… why shouldn’t they walk around? They seem to have done a lot of that at Bethel. These dining hall chairs ended up — well, somewhere else, during the 1978-79 school year. Anyone know where?
It’s good to know Bethel students have always been so well balanced.
Here is another piece of evidence that Herman Bubbert represents the second or third generation of pranksters at Bethel College. This photo is from 1917-18.
Sometime in 1968, the dining hall chairs meandered from the basement of Mem Hall all the way to the Ad Building.
The Ad Building — in this case, the lobby, sometime in 1978 — has been another traditional favorite target for pranks. Here, all the chairs and desks have somehow made their way out of the classrooms to this more central spot, perhaps to better accommodate students who needed to visit the dean or the financial aid office.