My Favorite Teacher Letterbook

Terrain: Easy
Difficulty: Easy
Placed: July 29, 2005
By: The Dragon
Location: Brown County, MN
Nearest town: New Ulm, MN

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Part of the New Ulm Series - Click here for more information

Be sure to read the general information about the "letterbooks" before attempting them!

When I attended this college it was Dr. Martin Luther College and its sole purpose was to train its students to be elementary teachers in our church's schools.  In 1995, DMLC merged with our pastoral training college to become what MLC is today.  Along the way, the college has maintained its purpose to train people for the teaching
or pastoral ministry, but has expanded to offer training for high school and pre-school teaching and staff ministry.

I wanted to create a "letterbook" in keeping with the college's mission for preparing future teachers, of which I am one.  As such, when you "stamp up" into this book, please be prepared to write a little bit about your favorite teacher and why they are your favorite.  My hope is that the teacher students at MLC find our comments beneficial and an interesting read  Thanks!


Use the following clues to fill in the blanks to get the call number for this book.  Then go find it!
Call number: _____ _____   _____ _____ _____ _____ . _____ _____ _____
Clue #: 1 2   3 4   5 6
For this book, you'll find the answers for the following clues walking outside around the campus.

Clue #1: Find the statue of Martin Luther in the mall outside.  Read the quotes and tributes to determine what "are a sheath in which this sword of the Spirit is contained".  Use the first letter of this word in the blank above.

Clue #2: Find the Music Center.  In the walkway to the front door to the building, some very appropriate symbols (two of the same thing) are formed in the brickwork.  Identify what these symbols are called and use the fourth letter of their name in the blank above.

Clue #3: Find the year the administration building, "Old Main", was dedicated.  (It is in black numbers in front.)  Add the first three numbers of this year to get the two digit number for the two blanks above.

Clue #4: Behind Centennial Hall there is a stairway down to the corner of Summit Ave. and Center St.  Count the number of steps there are in this stairway, including the initial and ending steps (which are off on their own a bit).  Subtract 20 from this number to get the two digit number for the two blanks above.

Clue #5: Concord Hall, Augustana Hall, Centennial Hall, and Summit Hall are all "___ ___ ___ ___ ___" (short form).  Use the first letter of this word for the blank above.

Clue #6: Walk over to the retention pond and add the number of fountains to the number of tennis courts and then add the number of softball field(s).  Use this two digit number in the blanks above.

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