No person will be required to identify himself and no authorities will be involved without the consent of the caller. About a year ago I had planned a nice day of surfing, but somehow nothing turned out as expected. Baranski, Associate Protessor of Psychology at California Lutheran College and farmer Chairman of the Department of Psychology, died suddenly Monday evening, August 9, at p.m. The seniors an- nually vote for the teacher to whom the award is presented. Baranski joined the CLC faculty in 1964 as an assistant prolessor. He published a book based on his iindings in i960 tilled "Scientific Basis for World Civilization." Ai the lime ol Ins death, he was Last year; a group of CLC students working to clean up the beaches.
in a process of freeing up each other to respond creatively with 1 1 ii natural and produced gifts around us. He also plans i" design and direct institutes dud workshops related lo family life such as mmunication," "Sexual Adjust men l "Parent- Adolescent Problems " The In si workshop on Runaways" will be held in November, he said. Fellowship of The ^ish - Belly of The Whale "Anne of 1000 Days" Movie - Gvm - 2 5C "Anne of 1000 Days" Movie - Gvm - 25C Prayer Breakfast Lautensch lager Contemporary Christian Conversations - International Student Panel - Mt ." In conclusion, Le Roy em- phasized that as long as people are seen onl\ as stepping stones lor achieving certain goals, the value ol seeing them as figures created in the image of God is obscured. pari nl his job as Director ol Education lor the newly lormed California Family Study Center, he will be teaching courses in a Master's Degree program whose speciality will be "Marriage Counseling" and will be held in conjunction with Azusa College. "I am personally very pleased to again be involved in parish life with its ministry to people. 1 feel 1 am in a position to achieve something constructively good for The Conejo It has been 20 years since he left the parish church in 1951 to become the Director of Stewardship lor the Evangelical Lutheran Church which later merged to become part of the American Lutheran Church. Olson assumed the same position lor Ihe ALC, a post he held until he took over the CLC presidency in 1963. Clef Fover Group Bible Studv Belly of The Whale 2 8 Tuesdav p.m. Although Arms and the Man is a romantic comedy it is also a satire on war and is still relevant today even though it is seventy- six years old.It is our responsibilit} as Christians to "do JUSti Ci . Soderquisl joined Ihe CLC iacully in 1970 having served previously as an Associate Professor ol Pastoral Psychology at the New York Theological Seminary located in New York City. In both of his new ap- pointments, he feels that his years of work in administration, lund raising, and involvement with people in the community and the College will be a definite asset. Olson will con- tinue to make their home in Thousand Oaks. For 40$ a month well furnish • I fof your existence. Vespers - Pastor Anderson - Lautenschlager 29 Wednesday a.m. Women's Varsity Vollevball Human Encounter: A part of our beginnings. Cady) in Echo 1W official »•*» publication of t)» Auoclattd studaat Bo4r of Cal Uonla Lutharan Collafa, Oa*a. KINGSMEN ECHO Volume XI mber 2 Ihursday, October 7, 1971 Shaw Classic "Arms and the Man" to Open October 22 200 acres of the hills north of Thousand Oaks burned for four hours on Oct. The blaze, beginning at p.m., was nursed by Santa Ana winds. The production of Arms and the Man, the classic by George Bernard Shaw which was written in 1894. The action takes place in Bulgaria where, during a war between Bulgaria and Serbia. the daughter of a Bulgarian Major saves Captain Blunlschli (Dan Cross from Bulgarian troops by hiding him in her boudoir.95814 CLC students are requested to submit their applications to the Financial Aid Office by October 31.♦ Homecoming 1971 Homecoming 1971 is going to be different.
Ii kindness and walk humbly with "in God." The meditation was followed a sharing ol concerns, The Lord's Prayei . Bible Study On Monday evening, Sep- tember 13 at P. the lusl in a series ol weekly Bible studies look place in the Belly ol the Whale under the direction ol Pash.i Swanson Pastor Swanson gave a brie! Although Ihe parish church has changed a great deal in the years that he has been away, he looks forward to the exciting learning situation ai Shepherd of the Valley Church, which was recently described by one newspaper as among the Strongest of the Lutheran denomination in the West because ol its outreach and in- novative programs. INVASION If you wake up on October 2 and find a few hundred strange faces touring the dorms and invading the coffee shop. Each year the admissions department sponsors a visitation day for pective students. That's all it costs to have your name listed in the phone book. We'll list your name in the next published directory. GEfl ER AL TELEPHONE CALENDAR September 23 Thursday p.m. All College Worship Service - Pastor Swanson - Little Theater* 30 Thursdav p.m. Camarillo State Hospital Serv: ce Project - meet in Alpha foyer p.m. 4 Monday am Prayer Breakfast - Lautenschlager a.m. Mathews) Community Concert - Pacific Brass Quintet Gym Vespers - Pastor Christian - Lautenschlager 6 Wednesdav a.m. The meeting of our fellow students, this encounter was part of the orientation. Jack Ledbetter t caught while moving a collection of books in preparation for another hectic year. opens at CLC's Little Theater on October 22nd at p m. He returns after the Humanities Tutorial Opened Tfol Ia.n Ccmmcttvts en The Humanities Tutorial is an experiment in education this year at CLC. Marvin Cain and Pastor Gerald Swanson, it is also a learning experience.