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June 11, 1937, was a red-lettei day for Augsburg Alumni. A dream
cherished by every graduate was then given a chance to materialize.
The Annual Conference of the Lutheran Free Church of America decided
that day to build a new men's dormitory at Augsburg!
immodations, it was agreed, must be for at least 100 students. The
maximum cost should be $125,000. // thi d hy
the spring oj 1938, the building should be id finish. ccu-
on by the fall of the same year, I!
ponsibility I Trustee
Augsburg < miliary. That group of men later appointed a
Finance Committee, a Building Committee, and a Publicity Committee. TI
have during the summer months been busy laying plans for all
matters that pertain to the buildim ion.
Who are thi men? And what plans have they formulated?
—You will find tho those questions elsewhere in this Bulletin.
Augsburg Alumni Bulletin Vol. I, No. 1
1 quarterly during the school season 1937-1938 as a part of the
lit Points" program for the Augsburg Alumni.