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Debaters Plan Contests With Many Colleges MICHIGAN STATE OPPOSKS H O P E M E N IN F I R S T DECISION DEBATE. Christian Walvoord Is M a n a g e r of Debate.

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SOCIETY M A R K S Sororities Alethea Sorosis . Sibylline Delphi Dorian Fraternities Cosmopolitan Fraternal Knickerbocker Addison Emersonian

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The men's debate squad, under the m a n a g e m e n t of Chris Walvoord, is planning- a busy season. Before F e b r u a r y 1G, the d e b a t e r s will p a r t i c i p a t e in twelve interc-ullegiate contests, including several i m p o r t a n t league debates. On T h u r s d a y , J a n u a r y IS. the local a t f i r m a t i v e t e a m will meet the negative team of Michigan S t a t e college before the County G r a n g e at Allegan. This contest will be the H O P E E R A D I A T E S A R E INfirst decision debate of the year, S T R I T T I M ; IN EAST and the audience will be given the o p p o r t u n i t y to name the winning While in Boston d u r i n g the team. C h r i s t m a s holidays, Dr. J. Harvey On F r i d a y , J a n u a r y 19, tin.' same Kleinheksel attended several meeta f f i r m a t i v e team will oppose Kalaings of the Chemistry Section of mazoo College in a debate a t Marthe American Association for the tin. Advancement of Science, which Prof. I). Hitter, deoatf coach, anheld its annual meeting at H a r v a r d nounces that Ralph Danhof and Joe University this year. Governor Ely E s t h e r will be the local squad memi of M a s s a c h u s e t t s and President s t0 ^ p r e s e n t Hope in those do- K , l r | T a y l o l . C o n l p t o n o f M a s s a . bates The topic for discussion will c h u s e U s l n s t i t u t e o f Technolo K y be the r e g u l a r It-ague question; . i i ir r 1 . , welcomed the g u e s t s in behalf of "Kesolved, t h a t the powers of the I t i, i. . . • ' | the Boston institutions who acted president of the Lnited S t a t e s be • , a> hosts. Among scores ofr papers substantially increased as a settled Uni, * lead in all branches off science, t, lc -' ' some of the most i n t e r e s t i n g in The following week, on Tuesday, I c h e m i s t r y dealt with the extent of J a n u a r y 23, the negative t e a m will the uses of nitrogen fixation procdebate Calvin College in a decision esses in the p r e p a r a t i o n of nitrogen alfair to be held at Hope. T h e de- ! ji-inpounds and with the manufacbate will be held in the chapel on t u r e of plastics and synthetic resins Tuesday a f t e r n o o n . On Friday. such as Bakelite, Redmanol, and J a n u a r y 2t), the a f f i r m a t i v e team the more recent Beetleware. Dr. will travel to Calvin for a return Robert Andrews Millikan, of the engagement. C a l i f o r n i a Institute of Technology,

Dr. Kleinheksel Visits National Science Meeting

Peace Advocate Soph Committee Depicts Outlook Arranges Party E F F E C T O F H I T L E R ON U. S. R. D A N H O F , C H A I R M A N , P L A N S A F F A I R AT VIRGINIA IS T O P I C C O N S I D E R E D BY P A R K RINK LIEUT. ALLEY Lieut. Alden G. Alley, lecturer f o r the Association f o r the Prevention of World War, f o r m e r professor of H i s t o r y a t D a n a College, Newark, N. J., and world traveler, addressed the s t u d e n t body last Wednesday m o r n i n g d u r i n g the third hour on " H i t l e r and His E f fect on America." He first c o n t r a s t e d the a t t i t u d e of the young G e r m a n s of today, with their derisive Nazi songs, to the a t t i t u d e ten y e a r s ago when war was hated and G e r m a n y was blaming itself f o r the world situation. The s p e a k e r a t t r i b u t e d the cause of this " t r a g i c c h a n g e " to Hitler and his "demoniac skill" at playing upon the G e r m a n people's resentment at being the "slave of Europe," and upon t h e i r desire for "the glory of the V a t e r l a n d . " A f t e r he had compared the world to a small neighborhood, Lieut. Alley said, "You can't put CO million people of the German type in their present f r a m e of mind without d a n g e r to the whole world." As a solution for this recurring militaristic spirit, and as an aid in helping nations to control their relations with one a n o t h e r as they have controlled w a r s within their own f r o n t i e r s , he proposed the creation of institutions of law and the t r a i n i n g of public opinion to m a k e the law effective. He s t a t e d t h a t the public opinion of nations m u s t h a r e more democracy and less a r r o g a n c e , more clear vision of o t h e r s and less over-estimation of self. " T h i s task of educating the public opinion," he concluded, "is a task t h a t challenges all humane, intelligent men today and is one t h a t d e m a n d s e n d u r i n g courage."

The Sophomore class will hold its annual winter p a r t y this week F r i d a y night at 7:15 P.M., J a n u a r y 19, at the Virginia Park s k a t i n g rink. This p a r t y h a s been planned in response to the popular demand f o r this type of e n t e r t a i n m e n t . Ralph Danhof, chairman, Mina Becker, Betty Goehner, and Ivan Roggen are the m e m b e r s of the committee in c h a r g e of the arr a n g e m e n t s . Vera D a m s t r a will take c h a r g e of r e f r e s h m e n t s , John Henderson will t a k e care of the publicity work, and J a m e s Weurding will a r r a n g e t r a n s p o r t a t i o n f o r the outside students.

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So m a n y stories have been circulating on the campus about La Bagola, the r e m a r k able man who spoke to us lately, t h a t t h e " A n c h o r " would like to take this opportunity of calling a t t e n t i o n to them. A m o n g other d i s p a r a g e m e n t s , some people have gone so f a r as to s t a t e quite openly t h a t he is a f r a u d in claiming to be an e x - A f r i c a n bushman. No reputable a u t h o r i t y on Africa has made this s t a t e m e n t , and such a highly-respected m a g a zine as Scribner's has contained his own life story (MarchJuly, October, 1929.) It is the duty of a n e w s p a p e r to be impartial, so we s u g g e s t t h a t s t u d e n t s be more open-minded about such stories, and before criticising the man read, if possible, either t h e Scribner's articles or his book.

P a r t y plans include a grand march, a hockey game, a balloon race, and several other contests. The committee h a s secured an orchestra f o r the evening. The p a r t y will begin at 7:15 P.M. and students who can provide or need t r a n s p o r t a t i o n are to meet in f r o n t of the chapel at 7:15 P.M. Admission to the p a r t y will be 35 cents, which m u s t be paid to David Laman or Ruth Fisher before the s t u d e n t s will be admitted to the LOCAL CHOIR TO A S S I S T T H E party. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The committee has d(cided to permit members of the class to inCombined into a mixed chorus vite friends, o t h e r than sopho- of about 100 voices, the Hope Colmores to accompany them to the lege chapel choir and college glee p a r t y . Guests, however, a r e also clubs, under the direction of Mr. required to pay t h e regular admis- ( urtis Snow, who has planned the sion price. T h e committee has concert with Mrs. W. J . F e nt on, ri^ade a r r a n g e m e n t s for an a t t e n d - will assist the Grand Rapids S y m ance of sixty s t u d e n t s . phony O r c h e s t r a a t its concert on Miss Shirley P a y n e and Miss March 15 in the Grand Rapids Civic Agnes Tysse h a v e agreed to serve Auditorium. as s k a t i n g g o d m o t h e r s for the eveAt present, all three organizaning. tions are also p r e p a r i n g f o r their Following these debates with exhibited stereopticon slides t h a t own concerts. The two glee clubs Hope's ancient rival, the squad has made visible in three dimensions will give t h e i r p r o g r a m s as usual Hope Students Attend scheduled contests with Western the p a t h s of protons and electrons in the s p r i n g and the chapel choir S t a t e T e a c h e r s ' College, Olivet Col- knocked out of the nucleus of the Banquet of Holland some time earlier. lege, Michigan S t a t e College, Bat-• a t o m s by cosmic rays. i Nat'l Honor Society* Joseph B r i n k m a n will be the tie Creek College, the College of j Dr. Kleinheksel also visited two j guest soloist at the choir's concert. Drama Class Selects the City of Detroit, ami the Detroit j Hope alumni—Dr. Fred Yonkman, I Fourteen Hope College s t u d e n t s He is a g r a d u a t e of the American id Ladies of the Jury" Institute of Technology. T h e sea- '25, who is teaching and doing re-': who are g r a d u a t e s of Holland High Conservatory of Music, is a s s i s t a n t tor 1934 Production school, last Wednesday night a t - professor of piano at the Univer(Continued on P a g e F o u r ) ( s e a r c h work at Boston University, I tended the a n n u a l banquet of the sity of Michigan, and h a s a p p e a r e d j and Roger Voskuil, '32, who u p o n ' The d r a m a class h a s chosen f o r Holland c h a p t e r of the National with the Chicago Symphony Orl~l • l T I g r a d u a t i o n , was awarded a g r a d u - ' its annual production a play by Honor Society at the Methodist chestra. S t u d e n t s will r e m e m b e r , l U ^ i s t a m s h i p in chemistry a t ' j H a r v a r d University. Dr. Yonkman Pied Ballard, Ladies of the J u r y . church. President Sherwood Price him as the solo pianist who played I is at present interested in the ac- 1 he play will be given in the early- acted as t o a s t m a s t e r , and Calvin in Beethoven's "Triple Concerto" j lion of various d r u g s on the ali- part of March under the direction \ a n d e r Werf of the Hope f r e s h m a n for the concert of the University 1 m e n t a r y tract, particularly in their of Mrs. W. H. Durfee, p r o f e s s o r class was the principal speaker. of Michigan symphony o r c h e s t r a of d r a m a t i c s at Hope. At the election of officers held which was given here in the Me' relation to peristalsis. Roger VosThe e n t i r e plot of the play. immediately a f t e r w a r d s , the offices morial chapel on December 11. 1 kuil is continuing his g r a d u a t e K'.-eiy year Hope college offers w o r k a n ( 1 r e s e a r t . h i n a n e w a n d Ladies of the J u r y , is concerned were filled by Hope students. Calveral p m - s f o r oiitstandmg I s | ) k . n d i d | y equipped science build- with the trial of Mrs. Gordon f o r vin Vander Werf replaced Sherwork in various phases of activity ing at R a d d i f f e College, t h e the m u r d e r of her husband. The wood Price as president, F r a n k Visloi which most of the college stuwomen's division of H a r v a r d Uni- entangled a f f a i r s of the six men scher replaced Marian Luidens a s dents are eligible. In previous versity. Mr. Voskuil h a s indications and six women on the j u r y d u r i n g vice president, and E s t h e r H a r r i s y e a r s many students have taken that pure w a t e r from various the three d a y s and two nights spent succeeded M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n as a d v a n t a g e of these c o n t e s t s some PROF. LAMPEN P R E P A R E S A sources may vary in density and in the j u r y room are most inter- s e c r e t a r y and t r e a s u r e r . being so f o r t u n a t e as to win two or esting. C O U R S E IN A S T R O N O M Y is building an elaborate glass a p p a In keeping with the high caliber three prizes in one year. Although Announcements of the t r y o u t s r a t u s to investigate this problem of the society's members, the censome of the prizes offered before P r o f e s s o r T. Welmers, r e g i s t r a r , for the t w e n t y - f o u r c h a r a c t e r s of tral games of t h e evening, accordmore thoroughly. have been withdrawn this year, the play will be given by Mrs. announces t h a t two new courses o ing to custom, were " F a r m e r in the there a r e still many contests open Durfee some time this week. will be offered d u r i n g the second Dell" and " M a r c h i n g to J e r u s a l e m . " to s t u d e n t participation. se me st e r . The courses have been The Bible d e p a r t m e n t offers a added at the request of s t u d e n t s prize for the best essay in each of who are m a j o r i n g in economics and the Bible classes. The f r e s h m a n EX A MI N A T I O N S C H E D U L E science, and are open only to s t u and junior essays for thi> year d e n t s who have t a ke n work in MISS ME'ITA R O S S ACTS AS J a n . 30 — Feb. 2. 1934 were handed in on J a n u a r y 3. The these fields. COACH A N D A D V I S E R sophomore essay on "Timothy, a Chapel Exercises at 8:00 P.M. Dr. E. D i m n e n t offers a c o u r s e S e r v a n t of C h r i s t , " and the senior in the F e d e r a l Legislation of 1933 I nder the leadership of Miss I-orenoon e x a m i n a t i o n s begin immediately a f t e r chapel exessay on "How Archeology Has f o r s t u d e n t s who have t a k e n a t Metta Ross a club h a s been organercises. A f t e r n o o n examinations begin at 1:05 P.M. Confirmed the Reliability of the ized to revive interest in women's least a y e a r ' s work in business adBible," are due on May 1, 1934. E x a m i n a t i o n s f o r morning classes held on Monday and ministration. T h i s course is dedebate. The g r o u p held its first The George Birkhoff, J r . , literaWednesday and F r i d a y will be given in the forenoon; and f o r m e e t i n g Wednesday evening, J a n u (Continued on P a g e 4) ture prizes of $25 each a r e offered oa r y 10. m o r n i n g classes held on Tuesday and T h u r s d a y will be given for the best English literary esPlans were made for an informal in the a f t e r n o o n as follows: say and the best Dutch essay. The debate to be given before the g r o u p s u b j e c t s assigned by the faculty Tuesday, J a n . 30 — F i r s t H o u r Class. We e x t e n d o u r sincere s y m - • for the English essay is "Tenny- at its next meeting, Wednesday, Wednesday, J a n . 31 — S e c o n d H o u r Class. * p a t h y to Carl Zickler of t h e • J a n u a r y 24. The debate topic will son, as Mid-Victorian," and for the T h u r s d a y , Feb. 1 — Third H o u r Class. * Senior Class, who w a s called * be: "Resolved, t h a t the Women's Dutch essay, "Jacob Van Lennep, * to his home in Cleveland, Ohio, • F r i d a y , Feb. 2 — F o u r t h H o u r Class. Societies Should be Abolished a t Leven en W e r k e n . " * l a s t week by the sudden d e a t h » Hope College." M a r i a n W r a y will For those interested in forensics E x a m i n a t i o n s f o r a f t e r n o o n classes will be a r r a n g e d with * of his f a t h e r . • p r e s e n t the a f f i r m a t i v e , and C a t h the classes ( C o n t i n u e d on P a g e 4) Registrar. (Continued on P a g e F o u r ) • * * * • • * * * * * * * * * * *

Hope Musicians Sing In Concert at Grand Rapids

r nzes Uriered 1 n Varied Fields Of Study

Hope Plans New Student Courses

Women's Debate Club Organizes

Hope Withdraws Local Man From State Contest SHERWOOD PRICE IS WINNER OF ELIMINATIONS FOR PEACE CONTEST R. Danhof, H. Kik Take Second, Third Honors A f t e r t a k i n g first place in the local eliminations of the s t a t e peace oratorical contest, Sherwood Price was unable to participate in the s t a t e finals. Local authorities decided to w i t h d r a w Hope's representative f r o m intercollegiate competition, since t h e s t a t e eliminations and the final contest were held on Sunday, J a n u a r y 14. Both Calvin College and Hope f e l t t h a t it would be impossible to compete in the a f f a i r . In the local contest Sherwood Price won first place with a n o r a tion, " T h e Mace of Mars." Ralph Danhof, s p e a k i n g on " W a r Babies Cry f o r Peace," took second place. Henry Kik took third place with a n oration on "Hell Below." P e t e r Vanden Berg, Gerald Heersma, and Allan Cook were the other e n t r a n t s in the elimination try-outs which were held in P r o f e s s o r H i n k a m p ' s room in the chapel on Wednesday a f t e r n o o n , J a n u a r y 10. The j u d g e s were Dr. J o h n R. Mulder of W e s t e r n Theological Seminary, Clarence De Graaf of the Hope High school faculty, Vernon Ten Cate, Holland a t t o r n e y ; Miss Shirley Payne, and Prof. Deckard Ritter, m e m b e r s of Hope's English d e p a r t m e n t . H e n r y Kuizenga presided as c h a i r m a n .

College Societies Elect Officers For Term Seven of Hope's societies, t h e five men's and two of the women's, have elected officers to serve d u r ing the w i n t e r t e r m of twelve weeks. In the o t h e r three societies, Sibylline, Dorian and Alethean, elections will t a k e place later, since in these the t e r m of office corresponds with the college semesters.

President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

Delphi Julia Walvoord Alice W h i t e Anne J a c k s o n Ruth Dekker

Sorosis President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

Jean Marie Cornelia Lois

Bosman Verduin Stryker De P r e e

Fraternal President Christian Walvoord Vice President Russell P a a l m a n Secretary Gerald Bonnette Treasurer Donald Albere Knickerbocker President A r t h u r Anderson Vice President Mark Brouwer Secretary . . . _ v . E a r l e Vande Poel Treasurer Lloyd C h a p m a n

Cosmopolitan President Vice P r e s i d e n t Secretary Treasurer

Leonard S tef f en s Linden L i n d s a y Kenneth K a r s t e n Marvin K r u i z e n g a

Emersonian President Harold Ringenoldua Vice P r e s i d e n t Louis Cotta

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I.Stanley Joeckel

Treasurer

George Veldman

Addison President F r a n k l i n Deitz Vice President....Gy8bert V e r s t e e g Secretary Gerrit Rientjes

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T h e Y.M.C.A. held its first m e e t Merry, laughing Betty Goehner told t h e Y.W. m e e t i n g of J a n u a r y ing of t h e new y e a r T u e s d a y eveo t A c t of Congre.^ October 3, 1917. Authorized October 19. 1918. 9, " W h e n Not to L a u g h , " s p e c i f y - ning, J a n u a r y 9, a t t h e c u s t o m a r y i n g six common s i t u a t i o n s to w h i c h time. A f t e r a song service u n d e r t h e q u e s t i o n is applicable. M i s s t h e direction of Milton S p a a n , t h e STAFF G o e h n e r s t a r t e d f r o m t h e p r e m i s e s c r i p t u r e lesson w a s r e a d by KenHolleman G e r t r u d e Editor-in-Chief t h a t w h e n a p e r s o n l a u g h s she does n e t h Hicks. G e r r i t R i e n t j e s and it m a i n l y to g l o r i f y herself and t o | R e u b e n Ten H a k e n blended t h e i r EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Sherwood P r i c e s h o w h e r s u p e r i o r i t y over t h e p e r - j voices in t w o sacred d u e t s f o r t h e Department Editor musical e n t e r t a i n m e n t of t h e eve...Esther H a r r i s son l a u g h e d a t . Feature Mr. G e o r g e Schuiling was A p e r s o n should not only r e f r a i n ning. John Henderson t h e s p e a k e r , his topic b e i n g "A Ruth Burkett 1 f r o m laughing at questionable Society J o a n W a l v o o r d jokes, but should l e a r n to d i s c r i m i - N E W D E A L F O R J E S U S , T O O . " AUimni J a m e s N e t t i n g a j n a t e m o r e c a r e f u l l y between t h e s e He e n u m e r a t e d some of t h e blessExchange. and t h o s e purely h u m o r o u s . L i k e - i n g s which we e n j o y daily to show NEWS DEPARTMENT wise, she should not indulge in how kindly God h a s d e a l t w i t h us, Ralph Danhof l a u g h t e r a t people who possess a and e x h o r t e d his audience to give Department Editor Murray Rogers p e r v e r t e d sense of h u m o r ; at peo- God a b e t t e r deal t h r o u g h o u t t h e Makeup Victor T u r d o ple who a r e physical misfits, or y e a r of 1934. Revision E a r l Vande Poel w h e n l a u g h t e r is d e r o g a t o r y to Athletics B e a t r i c e VLsser s o m e o n e ' s c h a r a c t e r ; when o t h e r Y.M.C.A. Program Organization Heads Margaret Dregman p e r s o n s a r e c a r r y i n g out w h a t a r e Marion W r a y Winter Term—1934 t h e i r d u t i e s ; when people m a k e un• « M a r i e Kool L e n o r e S i k k e m a . M a r g a r e t Robinson w i t t i n g m i s t a k e s ; nor, finally, w h e n C a t h e r i n e Halg, I s . b e i l e Van Ark, J o h n Leland L e s t e r Van T a t e n h o v e l a u g h t e r knocks g r o u p p r i n c i p l e s . T h e m e — B e a C h r i s t i a n E v e r y Day. j a n 9—New Year Meeting—"A K a t h l e e n D o n a h u e played t w o p i a n o solos, " T h e Open R o a d , " New Deal f o r J e s u s , T o o . " G e o r g e Bl'SIN ESS DEPARTM E N T

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By Murray Key Rogers H e r e it is t h e b e g i n n i n g of t h e ] m o r n i n g . W h a t should he be d o i n g new year! ' b u t s q u i r r e l i f i d e l y a d m i r i n g a Red M a n y of us h a v e r e t u r n e d to C r o s s s t i c k e r on Mrs. D u r f e e ' s winHope after spending a very enjoyable C h r i s t m a s v a c a t i o n a t h o m e School is a little d i f f e r e n t f r o m l a s t y e a r . E v e r y b o d y is s t u d y i n g h a r d a n d even p e t i t i o n i n g t h a t t h e lib r a r y be opened S a t u r d a y s . P r e t t y soon " t h e y " will be a s k i n g f o r double class periods w i t h half c r e d i t s . A n y w a y it h a s t a k e n q u i t e a little bit of t i m e to m a k e t h e a d j u s t m e n t s n e c e s s a r y a f t e r all t h e N e w Y e a r ' s resolutions. If all t h e resol u t e r s a r e sincere, w a t c h f o r a g r e a t r e f o r m a t i o n in c a m p u s life. Some of t h e r e s o l u t i o n s of special note a r e : "No more chiseling." " O n l y one pack a d a y ! " "To boycott O t t a w a B e a c h . " " L o n g h o u r s of s t u d y . " " N o m o r e class c u t t i n g . " —And m a n y o t h e r untruths. 4 Speaking of resolutions and " h i g h " ideals, 1 believe t h a t t h e f u t u r e domine. F r a n k l i n M. Deitz, Divinity Guild p r e s i d e n t , h a s t h e highest: "Resolved, To be s i x - f e e t - f o u r ! "

dow! If B a x t e r , T o o t i e , Muriel and Bob had lived in t h e good old d a y s , " S i x - D i g i t - C h u c k " M c L e a n would h a v e been s p a r e d a n i g h t ' s sleep. It s e e m s t h a t t h e s e s t u d e n t s rode to t h e Sorosis p a r t y in t h e l a t e s t model "Mareflow" buggy—fully e q u i p p e d with horse, k e r o s e n e lant e r n , etc. As planned, someone took t h e b u g g y home a n d replaced it w i t h t h e M c L e a n c a r . All w a s well until time to go home when s o m e c h e e r f u l g u y i n f o r m e d Bax t h a t he had f o u r flat t i r e s . W h e n the situation was fully analyzed B a x t e r realized t h a t s o m e fellow had borrowed his tire valves f o r the night. Quick action w a s r e q u i r e d ! " S i x D i g i t - C h u c k , " long e x p e r i e n c e d flatt i r e m a s t e r m e c h a n i c and scholar, w a s s u m m o n e d f r o m his s t u d i e s to t h e scene of t h e c r i m e . T a k i n g t h e s i t u a t i o n into h a n d — a n d also t h e t i r e p u m p — t h e t i r e s w e r e inflated a c c o r d i n g to t h e laws of C h a r l e s and Boyle. " C h u c k " d r o v e h o m e alone because it w a s now t w o o'clock in t h e m o r n i n g and t h e p a r t y of t h e g a y n i n e t i e s w a s no more.

Schuiling. Vivian B e h r m a n f r o m E v a n ' s " M o o d s of N a t u r e , " and a P r e l u d e by Chopin. R u t h J a n . 16—Junior M e e t i n g — " C h r i s t Leland Beach F i s h e r directed t h e s o n g service. | Crucified on Hope's C a m p u s . " J o e Harold Ringenoldus j Esther. R. S t e w a r t . I). D e k k e r . S. Gross Y.VV.C.A. Program—1931 J a n . 23—Theolog M e e t i n g — " T h e J a n . 9 — " W h e n Not to L a u g h . " I Influence of C h r i s t i a n L e a d e r s . " 1 Fred Wyngaarden. Ut'Uy Goehner. BLASTED HOPES J a n . 1^—"The Value of a N a m e . " j J a n . 3 0 — S o p h o m o r e M e e t i n g — C e r t a i n one of o u r p r o f e s s o r s rere" C h r i s t i a n i t y — A L i b e r t y , Not a Vera Damstra. O n W e d n e s d a y a t t e r n o o n , J a n u a r y 10, six y o u " g cently e m p h a s i z e d t h e f a c t t h a t the J a n . 23 — " I n t e r f e r i n g Broad- ! License." J o h n Piet, G e r r i t R i e n t s p o n d e d t o t h e call ol t h e c o a c h of o r a t o r y t o c o m p e t e f o r so-called "bull s e s s i o n s " common ; jes. c a s t s . " G e r t r u d e Van P e u r s e m . c h a n c e to be t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of H o p e in a st , s a m o n g s t u d e n t s a r e not a w a s t e of J a n . 30 — " W h a t End of the Feb. G — F a c u l t y Meeting—"The c o n t e s t o n t h e s u b j e c t of w o r l d p e a c e t o be h e l d ™ S m i d a y , time. And t h a t ' s no " b u l l " e i t h e r . Peril of an E m p t y H e a r t . " Miss l a n u a r v 14. F o r w e e k s t h e s e y o u n g o r a t o r s h a d s t u d i e d mil S p e a r ? " Ruth M u i l e n b e r g . Feb. G—Meeting led by P r e s i d e n t Boyd. g e n t l y t a k i n g p r e c i o u s t i m e f r o m t h e i r r e g u l a r c o l l e g e courses^ ' T w a s a few n i g h t s b e f o r e C h r i s t Several t i m e s d u r i n g t h e past fn o d t o f o r m u l a t e a n d c o m m i t t o m e m o r y * t r e a t . s e on one W i c h e r s . Mrs. W i c h e r s will sing. F e b . 13—Stereopticon L e c t u r e — week upon a p p r o a c h i n g t h e g i r l s ' ' m a s , and t h e h a l l s of Van Vleck Feb. 13—Joint m e e t i n g . S t e r e - " T h e M i n i s t r y of J e s u s . " P r o f . Hinof t h e g r e a t e s t of p r o b l e m s f a c i n g C h n s t . a m t y t o d a y . F o r d o r m f o r a p r e t t y and good reason w e r e r i n g i n g with t n e m e r r y l a u g h w e e k s t h e y h a d s t r i v e n t o r e c e i v e t h e h o n o r of b e ' n S t h e H ° P e opticon slides. P r o f . H i n k a m p . kamp. 1 have noticed a red s q u i r r e l climb- t e r of a h a p p y holiday crowd. S u d r e p r e s e n t a t i v e in a c o n t e s t w h i c h is w o r l d - w i d e . T h e f r a y w a s Feb. 2(i—Dr. S. C. N e t t i n g a . Feb. 2 0 — D e b a t e r s ' M e e t i n g — ing about t h e vines and w i n d o w s denly an a g o n i z i n g wail r e n t t h e e n t e r e d i n t o w i t h f i n e v i m a n d e n t h u s i a s m b e c a u s e e a c h diliFeb. 27 — " S o l i t u d e . " Marion " C o n v i n c i n g People of Our F a i t h . " above t h e e n t r a n c e . Once t h e little f e s t i v e air, " H e n r i e t t a , w h e r e a r e g e n t c o n t e s t a n t w a s f u l l y c o g m z a n t of t h e > m P o r t ^ " o f Wray. David De W i t t . fellow w a s s i t t i n g in a window la- y o u ? " A h u s h fell o v e r t h e g r o u p tory. T h e j u d g e s m a d e their decision, and the winner was March (!—Senior Girls' M e e t i n g . Three-Week Theme—"The Three boriously s c r u t i n i z i n g a can of to- — t h a t thick silence of i m p e n d i n g " O u r F u t u r e in Our P r e s e n t . " E d i t h Sides of t h e Y T r i a n g l e . " aCCla e m a t o soup on his r i g h t and a beer d i s a s t e r . W h a t had happened? E n t h u s i a s t i c a l l y t h e p a r t i c i p a n t w e n t h o m e t o m a k e t y p e - De Young. Feb. 27 — S p i r i t u a l S i d e — " T h e m u g on his l e f t . I w a s v e r y disap- W h e r e w a s H e n r i e t t a ? w r i t t e n c o p i e s f o r j u d g e s in t h e S u n d a y c o n t e s t . N o t u n t i l 2 March 13—Election of officers. M a r k s of a C h r i s t i a n M a n . " Rev. pointed when he finally chose the F o r t h e solution to t h i s e x c i t i n g o ' c l o c k did he f i n i s h , o n l y to be r e m i n d e d i m m e d i a t e l y t h e " " t March 2 0 — I n s t a l l a t i o n Service. H e n r y Van Dyke. l a t t e r . m y s t e r y tale see G. R., Van Vleck m o r n i n g t h a t s i n c e t h e S t a t e c o n t e s t w a s t o be h e l d on S u n d a y , Miss Boyd. - M a r c h 6—Election of Officers. E v e r y t h i n g is all r i g h t this Hall, Holland, M i c h i g a n . he w o u l d n o t be a l l o w e d to p a r t i c i p a t e . M a r c h 3 0 — S u n r i s e Meeting, led March 13 — M e n t a l S i d e — " T h e B y w h a t l a w of j u s t i c e is a n n o u n c e m e n t a f t e r a n n o u n c e - by new Vice P r e s i d e n t . " A r e We T h i n k e r and His Religion." Dr. m e n t m a d e w i t h a g l o r i o u s p r i z e set as t h e goal a n d t h e n , w h e n D y i n g f o r O t h e r s ? " w P i e t e r s . t h a t g o a l is n e a r , t h e p a r t i c i p a n t o r d e r e d t o d r o p o u t . hy March 20—Physical Side—"The w a s t h i s n o t m e n t i o n e d b e f o r e ? I s it q u i t e f a i r r e p e a t e d l y to NOTICE: offer t h e s t u d e n t b o d y t h e o p p o r t u n i t y t o send a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e With t h e o p e n i n g of t h e l i b r a r y M a s t e r p i e c e of t h e Infinite A r t i s t . " to a s t a t e c o n t e s t , a n d t h e n , w h e n t h a t r e p r e s e n t a t i v e h a s . b e e n on S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g s f r o m 9 a. m. Dr. H. G. H u i z e n g a . T h a t J o a n W a l v o o r d lost her t e m p e r . March 2 7 — E a s t e r Week M e e t i n g c h o s e n , f o r b i d h i m to c o m p e t e in t h e p r o m i s e d c o n t e s t , l o s a y to 12 noon, on r e g u l a r school days t h e l e a s t it o f f e r s little e n c o u r a g e m e n t to e n t e r i n t o t u t u r e books will leave the desk a t 5:00 — " C h r i s t Crowned on Hope's C a m - j T h a t the K r u i z e n g a s e x c h a n g e d wigs. James Nettinga, Retiring j p. m. and t h e library will close at p u s . 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Merle D. R i g t e r i n k and J a m e s Wieg e r i n k f r o m Ohio S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y , J a m e s Z w e m e r and Gerald R o t t s c h a f e r f r o m t h e U n i v e r s i t y of Michigan, A r t h u r Van A r e n d o n k , U . of Illinois, and J o h n Mulder, science t e a c h e r a t Cadillac High School. The e v e n i n g w a s e n j o y e d discussing the m e r i t s of G r a d u a t e schools and Big Ten football t e a m s . An a b u n d a n c e of " V a n d e n Belt" popcorn w a s c o n s u m e d .

T h a t Adelaide D e t h m e r s should lose her s e d a t e walk. T h a t Bill W e l m e r s had no a u t h o r i t i e s to back his s t a t e m e n t s . T h a t 1'rof. W i n t e r n e v e r told a s t o r y m o r e t h a n t h r i c e . T h a t I'rof. R i t t e r w a s six foot two. T h a t Linden had n e v e r found Lucy. 1 h a t H o t c h a De \ o u n g w a s one of t h o s e quiet, u n a s s u m i n g t y p e s . T h a t P i e r r e p o n t w e i g h e d 250 pounds. T h a t " W i l l i e " Snow d i d n ' t say "in t h r o u g h t h e r e . " T h a t A g n e s Van O o s t e n b r u g g e lost her d i g n i t y . T h a t t h e p h y s i c i s t s had t h e i r e x p e r i m e n t s in on t i m e . T h a t G e r t r u d e Van P e u r s e m d i d n ' t like t h e b e a c h . T h a t Ede would f o r g e t her b i c a r b o n a t e . T h a t some s e n i o r s a c t e d less like f r e s h m e n .

Carl P o s t m a of Alton, Iowa, Class of '29, is v i s i t i n g r e l a t i v e s in Holland. He h a s not obtained a t e a c h i n g position, but is now e m ployed by his f a t h e r .

Rev. Maurice M a r c u s of t h e C l a s s of '29 and a g r a d u a t e f r o m NewBrunswick S e m i n a r y , New J e r s e y , and Miss Geneva Heneveld, a n u r s e a t t h e Holland H o s p i t a l , w e r e united in m a r r i a g e on New Y e a r ' s Dr. and Mrs. Van Zyl e n t e r t a i n e d day. T h e y h a v e l e f t f o r Readinga n u m b e r of g r a d u a t e c h e m i s t r y ton, N e w J e r s e y , w h e r e he h a s been s t u d e n t s a t d i n n e r on F r i d a y eve- placed in c h a r g e of one of t h e Rening, Dec. 29. Those p r e s e n t were f o r m e d churches.

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It will be two years ago this spring that the Hope College Glee Clubs set out on their last annual concert trips. Securing such tangible benefits for the college as publicity, goodwill. Phone 2465 and a sustained interest in Hope's music d e p a r t m e n t , it is , most tragic of all is t h e noticeable decline in t h e inlerest distragic t h a t such a worthwhile project should have been i played in our glee clubs. Hope has certainly suffered with dropped without a struggle. It is both pleasant and easy t o , the surrender of this worthy p r o j e c t ! 1.1. 1_ * 1. L. ^ WW*- ^ XV /A I I nr /-V 4-/-\ \ rl our r\ \ \ /i r* 11 YY\n And churches — since its1TOmembers can no longer a tItt r i•bl u tIe every setback in t h e development of- £our college to "The House of Service" business conditions, and indeed the excuse h a s considerable obtain high class e n t e r t a i n m e n t f r o m denominational organijustification. It is a debatable question, however, whether zations, it seems certain t h a t our supporters spend time and Cleaning & Steam Pressing this project could not have been continued, and even made money securing t h e i r necessary recreation f r o m outside groups. And we gain n o t h i n g ! financially profitable f o r all. Delivery It is our firm conviction t h a t under good m a n a g e r s h i p it At present Hope receives none of the highly desirable publicity t h a t the musical organizations were able to secure could be so arranged t h a t the Reformed Church and its college benefit of the annual College A v e . & 6th, Holland f o r the college. lNow no v.vy..v, college is able could once more mutually 1UI LHC UUlICgC. i u v * t h e r e is 10 nv/ " > share the * i V fev. g r o u p t h a t ^ to create goodwill between Hope and its denomination. And spring concert tours of the local glee clubs.

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H O P E B A T T L E S ALMA F I V E T H U R S D A Y Fraters Defeat Cosmos Champs In Final Rally

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Hope Wins First Old Rival Hands Conference Tilt Defeat to Hope On Local Court In First Game

Dutchmen Seek Third Victory In Title Race

M.LA.A. S T A N D I N G S *

W. L. Pet. » In one of the recent issues • Hope • ... 2 0 1.000 of the Albion College Pleiad, * Hillsdale ... 2 0 1.000 * there a p p e a r e d a unique bit of • Kalamazoo . O L I V E T C O M E T S SUCCOMB AS ... 1 F R ATERS, K N I C K ERBOCK E R S 0 1.000 * M.LA.A. C H A M P I O N S D R O P CALVIN WINS HARD-FOUGHT verse by " D u t c h " G e a r h a r t * A l m a T A K E L E A D IN F R A T N Y K E R K G O E S ON SCOR... 0 1 .000 * G A M E FROM H I N G A M E N O P E N I N G C O N T E S T TO which we t a k e the privilege of • Olivet L E A G U E MONDAY ING S P R E E ... 0 2 .000 * FRIDAY NIGHT reprinting. H I L L S D A L E , KAZOO » Albion .. 0 2 .000 * "Six high school g r a d u a t e s ' The F r a t e r n a l s and the KnickerBefore a capacity crowd, Hope In a hard f o u g h t g a m e at Burton Tomorrow evening Hope will dediscuss t h e i r f u t u r e A l m a Ma- ' bockers took the lead in t h e college opened the M.I.A.A. basketball seaHeights gym in Grand Rapids, 1 fend its top position in the conf r a t e r n i t y basket ball league by t t e r s in a poetical roundelay son at t h e A r m o r y court J a n u a r y Hope lost its second basketball entitled: ference basketball race when It victories over other l e a g u e oppo5 with a 31-29 upset victory over g a m e of the season to its old rival, t a k e s on Alma, d e f e n d i n g chamMay I Affiliate Advannents. The F r a t e r s took a decision the Olivet Comets. Calvin, 29-20. • pions, on the A r m o r y court. tageously f r o m the champion Cosmopolitan The Orange and Blue s t a r t e d The Congregational r e p r e s e n t a 1 Last year, with nearly the s am e Abie— team a f t e r a thrilling l a s t - m i n u t e tives came to Holland with a vet- f a s t with Nykerk c a g i n g an undert e a m as will a p p e a r here tomorrow rally, w i n n i n g 25 to 22. T h e Knicks, " A w a y u p s t a t e t h e r e is a school '' eran t e a m , including such capable basket shot followed by a midcourt H I N G A M E N T A K E A L B I O N IN night, the Scots played the r e g u l a r a f t e r g e t t i n g off to a r a t h e r slow Entitled Dalma College; p e r f o r m e r s as Kane a n d A r t h u r s , deuce of Van Zanden. These comSECOND CONSECUTIVE conference schedule with the loss s t a r t , began to hit .the hoop and F r o m all r e p o r t s t h e y ' r e p r e t t y * playing at the f o r w a r d s . On t h e i r bined with a n o t h e r basket by NyM.LA.A. VICTORY of only one g a m e , t h a t being to had little difficulty in winning smart * last previous visit to Holland, which kerk on an out-of-bounds play, gave the runners-up, Olivet. A m o n g th« f r o m the E m e r s o n i a n s , 21 to 4. And I just eat up knowledge." * was the l a t t e r p a r t of last season Hope the lead f o r a short time, Coach H i nga ' s basketball team s t a r s of last y e a r who will a p p e a r The E m e r s o n i a n s secured their 4 Hans— when they were holding first place but De Groot, Calvin guard, sank won its second consecutive M.LA.A. here are Volk, lanky center, who points in t h e first m i n u t e of play "I like the plop of wooden * in the conference, Coach Sprandel's three shots in rapid succession to g a m e and went into a tie with h a s scored 25 points in the two but were held scoreless t h e rest of shoes * team s u f f e r e d a decisive defeat give the Grand Rapids team the Hillsdale f o r first place in the M.LA.A. games, and Dawson, f o r t h e game. The cleanly smell of soap. from Hope and t h u s lost the lead, which they held f o r a 14-9 league by reason of their 24-13 ward, who is playing his third year In the .third g a m e of t h e evening So for my next four y e a r s of t r i u m p h over Albion last week under Coach Campbell. M.I.A.A. championship. This year, score at half time. the Frosh ran rough shod over the toil » the s a m e team, except Milankov, A nice floor g a m e was displayed 1 uesday in the K r e s g e gymnasium Addison outfit, scoring (53 points to To date the A l m a t e a m has lost I guess I'll go to Dope." at Albion. returned and were f a v o r i t e s in the by the H i n g a m e n d u r i n g the first the Addison's 19. two games in league competition, 0 Joe— race f o r title, until t h e i r recent half, but they were quite unsucHil'sdale advanced its second b u t f h e y d o have ^ t r o n g ^ t ' e a m " T h e joint at Hillsdale is my * defeat by Hope, and now the cessful in locating the basket. Feik- notch on the sa me night when i t . ' t ^ n oV t h a n their record shows. Playing LEAGUE STANDINGS choice, • Dutchmen loom as a s t r o n g con- ema, Calvin's 6 foot S'-j-inch cen- drubbed Alma, the d e f e n d i n g chamin the Hillsdale field house a g a i n s t ter, proved to be a problem under Pions, 33-17. Hope and the Dales Although its a b b e r r a t i o n * tender. a much-improved Hillsdale quintet, :: Team. W. Pct.i * And I'll play ball if 1 can get ' L. D u r i n g the first half the H i n g a - 1 t h , ; • b u t K o r s t a n j e , with the now s t a n d at the top of the league Alma took the s h o r t end of a 33-17 o with two victories and no d e f e a t s . Knickerbockers * nf t h e H o | , e KUards 0 1.000 1 + Enough remuneration.">• men matched Olivet basket f o r h a s - 1 ' score. With Kalamazoo as the op•) in holding him in check. !•] I m e r— ——^ • Fraternals The Dutchmen took a small 10-7 0 1.000' • ket, mainly through the flashy ofposition the Scots held a lead d u r Cosmopolitans , 2 1 .666 1 * " I t ' s hard f o r me to pick and * fensive work of Gerald Nykerk, In the second half Broone and lead d u r i n g the first half, but func- ing the g a m e until the ebbing minEmersonians choose— * tioned b e t t e r d u r i n g the last t w e n t y 0 .000 | 0 3 who got six baskets and a foul goal Feikema supplied most of the scorutes, when a rally by Kazoo a g a i n •) Addisons 0 .000 * 1 don't know w h a t to do. minutes and ran up a comfortable ing f o r the Cornellissemen, while and g a v e Hope a 19 to 18 lead. put the d e f e n d i n g champions in the lead. Nykerk, Hope's offensive s t a r , loss column. But 1 like n u t s and celery, A f t e r the intermission Kane and Steffens and K o r s t a n j e were best came back a f t e r t h e intermission f o r Hope. So me for old Dazoo." * A r t h u r s began f u n c t i o n i n g for OliAlma is invading Holland T h u r s to get five points, a f t e r being held Samivar— • vet, but the Orange and Blue conDe Groot, with five field goals, day in an a t t e m p t to ag ain get "1 like a place t h a t ' s small and * tinued to play " g r e a t b a l l " both of- was the high scorer of the eve- scoreless the first period. Teed back in the conference race, while neat, * fensively a n d defensively a n d ning. K o r s t a n j e scored four points Van Zanden dropped a pair of Hope will be fighting to m a i n t a i n deuces the second period to run his With space f o r soul room * gained a four-point lead with about at his center post, as well as holdits perfect record in the league and handy; * a minute r e m a i n i n g to play. Ar- ing his lanky opponent to t h a t same total points to seven and to get increase its hold on first place. H O P E P I L E S U P P O I N T S TO high scoring honors f o r the eveAnd Dolivet a p p e a l s to me; * t h u r s then made a field goal to number. D E F E A T CENTRAL STATE ning. Lineups and s u m m a r y : Ain't that j u s t fine a n d * bring the score up to 31 to 29, but PLAYERS I he defense of the Orange and dandy?" » before the Comets could score H O P E (20) Blue was almost impenetrable, the Schultz— « again the gun sounded, m a r k i n g Showing g r e a t scoring power, the FG F P F Albion five g e t t i n g only three field Hope basketball five d e f e a t e d Cen"I've packed my b a g s for Dal- * the end of the game. Nykerk got Steffens F 1 2 2 goals, two of which were made by tral S t a t e T e a c h e r s ' College 42-16 bion, * four points in the second half to J a p i n g a F 0 0 R u t t m a n the last h a l f . run his total to 17, while Van Zanon the A r m o r y floor f o r the second Although I h a v e no reason. Nykerk F 2 1 NYKERK THROWS WINNING Lineups and s u m m a r y : den and K o r s t a n j e bagged a goal s t a t e school victim d u r i n g the vaKorstanje C 1 2 Except up t h e r e f r o m all I hear B A S K E T F O R 31-30 SCORE apiece as well as p l a y i n g good floor H O P E (24) cation. It's a l w a y s open season." Dalman G 1 2 g a m e s f o r Hope. F o r Olivet the The O r a n g e and Blue got off to FG F PF Boven G 0 0 two f o r w a r d s , Kane and A r t h u r s , I Nykerk F ' 1 3 1 In one of the most thrilling basa f a s t s t a r t and held a 21 to 4 adVan Zanden G 1 0 1 displayed tricky offensive plays. Steffens F 1 2 2 ketball g a m e s ever played on t h e v a n t a g e a t half time. This lead Bonnette (J () i It w a s one of the best basketball Japinga F 1 0 0 local court, Hope College edged out w a s easily maintained d u r i n g the g a m e s seen here in a long time. Korstanje C 2 1 1 Michigan N o r m a l of Ypsilanti, 31 second period. Not only a good Total 6 10 Vande Velde Hope showed g r e a t offensive power C 0 0 0 to 30. The b a t t l e w a s nip and tuck p e r c e n t a g e of the floor shots found C A L V I N (29) and good defensive ability. Dalman G 0 0 1 all the way, the lead c h a n g i n g n u their m a r k , but also ten out of Lineups and s u m m a r y : Van Zanden G 3 1 2 FG PF merous times, until w i t h seconds eleven a t t e m p t s f r o m the f r e e j Do Groot H O P E (31) F Bonnette G 0 1 2 1 to play and the score tied, N y k e r k throw line connected. D U T C H M E N LOSE L E A D AS | Broone F Boven G 0 0 0 was fouled, and succeeded in winTen Hope p l a y e r s broke into the 3 FG F PF O P P O N E N T S RALLY Feikema .... C ning the ball g a m e by d r o p p i n g scoring column, but Teed Van Zan4 Nykerk F 8 1 2 Blocksma Total 8 .... C in one free throw. den, v e t e r a n g u a r d , led with nine 0 Steffens F 2 0 3 F or t ui n F e r r i s I ns t i t ut e gained ample rec A L B I O N (13) During the first half each t e a m points, as well a s p l a y i n g a fine l Japinga F 0 0 0 \ Houseman ... venge for a d e f e a t suffered at the c; FG 1' F P F matched b a s k e t f o r basket, b u t t h e defensive g a m e , while t h e f o r w a r d s , Korstanje 1 C 1 0 Kos Ruttman F 2 G 0 2 Hurons cashed in on one m o r e foul Len S t e f f e n s and Gerald N y k e r k , h a n d s of the Dutchmen a week be- Dalman G I 1 0 Smith F 1 shot to take the lead a t the half^ 2 4 chalked u p e i g h t and seven points fore, by downing Hope College 27- Van Zanden G 1 0 3 Green F 0 16-15. The second half k e p t t h e 0 respectively. Ken Vande Velde, 25. A f t e r leading almost the entire Bonnette 0 Total G 13 1 0 3 14 2 Chapman F 0 1 1 crowd on its f e e t a s t h e t e a m s s u b s t i t u t e center, caused some ex- g a m e , the Dutch faltered and a Berner C 0 2 citement with a sensational one- sustained second half rally in which 2 f o u g h t point f o r point. With only Total 14 3 10 the Bulldogs g a r n e r e d 14 points Merritt C 0 0 handed s h o t f r o m side court. 1 minutes to play, the Dutchmen O L I V E T (29) while holding Hope to 7 points, w a s Schuler G 0 0 This w a s the last of the pre1 jumped into a f o u r - p o i n t lead, FG F PF Fisher G 0 2 liminary g a m e s prior to the open- s t r o n g enough to overcome the lead 2 which looked like enough to win Eight Page Kane F 4 1 2 Gearhardt G 0 0 2 the game. But Haidt, f o r w a r d , a n d ing of t h e conference season with Hope had taken. This victory gives A r t h u r s F 5 1 2 F e r r i s an even break with the Hope Brown G 0 0 Olivet J a n . 5. 0 H a n n e m a n , center, proceeded to C 1 2 2 (juintet for the season, each h a v i n g Schultz make t h i n g s i n t e r e s t i n g by each Lineups and s u m m a r y : Parsons (l G 1 won one g a m e . 2 Total 3 dropping in a deuce, t y i n g u p t h e 15 H O P E (42) Harvey G 1 1 2 R e f e r e e — S p u r g e o n , Kalamazoo. g a m e at 30 all. Coach H i n g a ' s men left the floor PF FG Such w a s t h e s t a g e f o r the cliSteffens F ."> 3 at the intermission with a lead of Total 12 5 10 max p u t on by N y k e r k , Hope s t a r Nykerk F 2 .'5 1 18 to 13. Hope w a s able to hold f o r w a r d , a s he stepped u p to t a k e this lead until the final minutes of Japinga F O i l Referee—Black, Kalamazoo. two" f r e e tosses. T h e crowd was Hyink F 0 I) 0 play when two goals in a row by tense as he missed ^the first shot, Korstanje C 2 1 1 Cole, F e r r i s center, and Ransberry, but N y k e r k calmly m a d e good the g u a r d , sewed up the g a m e f o r Tysse C O i l ) a t t e m p t , which won the Vande Velde C 1 0 1 Ferris. LOKKER-RUTGERS CO. second game, as t h e g u n sounded before Dalman G 1 1 3 F i t z p a t r i c , Bulldog f o r w a r d , w a s Down Stairs play could be r e s u m e d a g a i n . Van Zanden G 4 1 2 the high scorer of the g a m e with MEATS-GROCERIES Hope looked exceptionally s t r o n g Bonnette G 1 0 0 10 points. Nykerk and K o r s t a n j e T r y us for on offense with N y k e r k leading t h e Boven G 2 0 0 shared honors f o r Hope, each scorPrice - Q a a l i t y —Service a t t a c k with 9 points. Dirkse, H u r o n ing 6 points. Van Zanden, Hope g u a r d , a n d V a n Zanden, Hope Total .16 10 12 g u a r d , t u r n e d in a fine defensive g u a r d , both t u r n e d in good d e f e n C E N T R A L S T A T E (16) game. sive g a m e s . FG F PF * * * * * * * " "

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Prizes Offered In Debaters Plan SOCIOLOGY STUDENT TELLS Contests With OF EXPERIENCES IN CHICAGO Varied Fields Many Colleges OfStudy By John Henderson

RUTH B U R K E T T

"Should auld acquaintance be Key Rogers, E u g e n e P e t e r s , Allen f o r g o t ! " Such w a s t h e spirit! Such lence of Mrs. H e e r s m a ' s cooking. B. Cook, J o h n V a n H a m , H e r m a n was the a t m o s p h e r e ! Such is the Gerald's b r o t h e r is a medical stu (Continued f r o m P a g e One) (Continued f r o m P a g e One) De Bell, H e n r y Kik, J o h n Robbert, N o t e : D u r i n g the T h a n s k g i v i n g reaction the m o r n i n g a f t e r the . , , , , Richard Smith, Lester Van Den vacation Gerald H e e r s m a and 1 ob- dent in the city, so we were f o r t u - \ son will be climaxed by a s t a t e det h e r e a r e two prizes, the Dr. J . night before, and as it will be the D r»r tr t d i served certain districts of Chicago nate enough F r i d a y m o r n i n g to get * ' Berg, Olin Van Lare, Paul Webate t o u r n a m e n t to be held on the rest of the year. W h y ? A c k e r m a n Coles d e b a t i n g prize of W h y ! in connection with our Sociology a ride " d a o w n t a o w n , " as Ken $25, and the A. A. Raven prize in course. The editor h a s asked me Vande Velde would say. of Detroit on the week-end of Feb- you heard how t h e Sorosites and K a r b a d o n , Leonard Dekker, RusWe were due at Hull House at o r a t o r y of $30 for first place and sell Slingerland, and Willard E. to w r i t e an account of our experi$20 f o r second place. The l a t t e r r u a r y 16. The m a n a g e r h a s ar- their chosen g a l l a n t s of the evening Ripley. Harold Ringenoldus w a s ences f o r the " A n c h o r " so w h a t 3:30 in the a f t e r n o o n , so the time a r e awarded to the winners of the r a n g e d debates with five different climbed aboard the magic c a r p e t then m a d e the new Phi Tau Nu follows is a brief s u m m a r y of the till then we spent in roaming Raven Oratorical Contest held each colleges f o r the squad at this tour- of romance and p a s t glory, sailing president, with Louie Cotts as vice, places we visited, the people we around the assorted a r e a s between y e a r in April. The winner of the n a m e n t . way back to t h e 1890's when hoop S t a n Jeockel ( t h e ol' snark hisself) saw, and our impressions and re- Polk S t r e e t and Halsted, and the In p r e p a r a t i o n f o r league de- s k i r t s and silk hats, b a n g s and first prize r e p r e s e n t s the college Congress "Y," where we set out s e c r e t a r y , B. J . H of f ma n (loudah!) actions. a t the annual contest of the Michi- bates, P r o f . Ritter h a s divided the bustles, r i d i n g bicycles and the Virf r o m . We found the s t a r k e s t povs e r g e a n t a t a r m s , and Bill Ripley squad into two a f f i r m a t i v e and ginia Reel were all in vogue ? T h e man who drove us as f a r as e r t y on all sides; pinched faces, gan Oratorical League. j a n i t o r (believe it or n o t ) . As f o r A foreign mission^ prize of $25 two negative t e a m s . Henry KuiAll were ushered into a beautiful H a m m o n d in his f r u i t truck was loo-bright eyes, r a g g e d clothes, bad t r e a s u r e r — w e l l , they wanted a newis awarded to the s t u d e n t w r i t i n g zenga and David De W i t t work to- old-fashioned garden decorated a huge F r i e s l a n d e r , and it was shoes. Life is a bitter s t r u g g l e for one but George w a s the only one who the best essay on foreign missions. gether on one negative team, and with J a p a n e s e l a n t e r n s . In one sequite some little t i m e before the the people we saw. knew where the f r a t ' s g r e a t chest Finally, the i n t e r e s t of the sum of Chris Walvoord and Ekdal Buys cluded corner Sorosites Helena Visconversational ball was rolling We passed t h r o u g h alleys of ap- $500, donated to the college by Al- pair t o g e t h e r on the other team. of money is kept, and they let him scher, Marie Verduin, M a r g a r e t around the cab. The trip took palling d i r t i n e s s ; we beheld men mon T. G o d f r e y , is awarded to the On the a f f i r m a t i v e Joe E s t h e r and Van Raalte, Adelaide Dethmers, retain the job of t r e a s u r e r because longer than we had expected, so it pawing over foul piles of g a r b a g e senior having the best record in Ralph Danhof m a k e up one team, and Muriel Chard p o r t r a y e d a typi- he cried pitifully. The History of w a s about 6:30 of the first Wed- in search of food; in the Division c h e m i s t r y . E m e r s o n i a n was read at this meetand Richard Smith and J a m e s Beek cal 1890 romance. Prof, and Mrs. nesday of the T h a n k s g i v i n g holi- avenue district n e a r here we got ing by L. C o t t s ; John Vanden Belt work t o g e t h e r on the second team. In addition to these prizes, three Hinga then led the grand march, d a y s before we were deep in Chi- many glimpses of the persons who offered a p a p e r entitled " W h a t medals are a w a r d e d each year at which was followed by all t a k i n g cago. We washed up a bit, had a live in the F u r n i s h e d Rooms disE m e r s o n i a n Means to Us," and commencement. The Southland p a r t in the " R o g e r de Coverly." very welcome supper, then l e f t the trict, h a r a s s e d , worried and broken medal is a w a r d e d to the young Howard K r o n e m e y e r gave a li'l Each one of the belles gave a useful home of one of Mr. Heersma's people, " q u e e r , " or sub-normal, woman who " h a s maintained the vocal and g u i t a r number. little r e m e m b r a n c e of this gala ocf r i e n d s in an a t t e m p t to find the and m a n y utterly defeated. o highest standard of all-around casion to her gallant. Following noted "Dill Pickle Club." The Delphi pledges followed For s h e e r poverty and misery, we scholarship, c h a r a c t e r , and usefulthe p a r a d e to the punch bowl—by This organization, located on the j f ( ) u n ( 1 ^ n e i ( , h b o r h o o d a r o u n d Hull ness during the four y e a r s of her Delphi tradition and asked upper(Continued f r o m P a c e 1) the by, it really w a s punch—Sire E i g h t North S t a t e S treet block, H o u s e t o worst. The make-up ] college courses." T h e Dr. Otto classmen to accompany them to the Hinga auctioned off the boxes of w a s f o r m e r l y the only group in the i ^ ^ residents is predominantly Vande Velde a w a r d goes to the signed f o r students who are interOlivet game, a week ago last F r i lunch to the gentlemen, who shared e n t i r e United S t a t e s g u a r a n t e e d ' ested in the economic policies of young man with the highest a t day. But a l a s — w h e n they got Mexicans, and very low class at it with their belles. While p a r t a k absolute f r e e d o m of speech by the the p r e s e n t g o v e r n m e n t . .'.ainmcnt in scholarship and parthere, the A r m o r y was so f a r f r o m t h a t . Few of the m a n y children federal g o v e r n m e n t , and Professor P r o f e s s o r A. L a m p e n is plan- ing of the repast they were e n t e r - being bare t h a t they were turned laughed, and we saw hardly more ticipation in college activities. The tained by Sorosite R u t h Allen who McLean had promised us a highly a w a y f r o m the door. The poor g a l s t h a n three smiles all afternoon, Adelaide Missions medal is given to ning a s e m e s t e r ' s course in astrontold them in a very emphatic way e n t e r t a i n i n g time. As luck would ' had to pursue other a m u s e m e n t s outside of Hull House. Contrast the member of the senior class who omy. This subject is offered a f t e r h a v e it, we found the club in a | t h a t ^ t j l o r o u g h l y Dutch and | directly f r o m the college to several years of s t u d e n t agitation, t h a t "Edy* Was a Lady." A Soro- f o r the p l e a s u r e of their distind e f u n c t condition; however, | H o l l a n d | the foreign field. and should prove p o p u l a r with local s l t e s e x t e t t h e n K a v c t h e m a m e < i I e J ' guished company. T h e y saw a were certainly interested in t h e , science students. The course will o f o l d f a v o r i t e s . Mrs. Durfee, hon- show, and the women payed. f o r m e r rooms. The night watchman i includo both classroom lectures and i o r e < i K " 6 8 ' o f t h e e v e n i n K . v ° u c h showed us around, and told us in- j Hull House was immensely inter- t i n g ready to work. At five min- experimental work at the Maria L. safed for the authenticity of the Bowing down to their big brotht e r e s t i n g f a c t s anent Mr. J o n e s * j esting. We spent several hours utes to nine the sidewalks around A c k e r m a n Hoyt observatory. The event. there F r i d a y , supped there, and S t a t e and Madison and Clark were A f t e r a n o t h e r or perhaps several e r s of 1834, t h e F r a t e r s held a cenJoint. r e g i s t r a r announces t h a t no f r e s h It was about 9:30 when we visited a g a i n S a t u r d a y , but there is so densely packed with h u r r y i n g men will be permitted to enroll rounds of punch and a short period j tennial celebration in the form of headed into l ittle Sicily. This title not enough space to tell of the s t e n o g r a p h e r s and clerks t h a t walk- in the class, and t h a t all s t u d e n t s o f c o m m u m t y singing, all climbed a s t a g buffet s u p p e r at their house, the t h i r t i e t h of last month. F o r t y car et t0 be is a m i s n o m e r ; the district is myriad activities. ing was difficult. who have not t a k e n the course in 1 a b o a r d t h e P five alumni were present, and r u s h e i i b a c k t o t h e raodern 1 1 1 3 4 It w a s F r i d a y we talked with noil her Sicilian nor little. The S a t u r d a y morning was spent in plane t r i g o n o m e t r y will also be F r a t e r Bernard De P r e e of '29, w a s A certain birdy h a s said t h a t the m a j o r i t y of the i n h a b i t a n t s seemed . the hoboes in " t h e jungle," t h a t w a n d e r i n g t h r o u g h Little Hell by excluded. Although this course w a s t for the program. first and second generation stock, I region where men live in catch-as- d a y l i g h t , seeing Hull House a g a i n , popular a m o n g science students a magic c a r p e t proved so enchanting o a s t m a s t e r in the main, not partial to using catch-can homes of scrap iron, un- the Union Stock Yards, the city few y e a r s ago it was discontinued t h a t several of those girls living at F r a t e r Charles H. McBride gave the English l a n g u a g e . By using the wanted wood, metal cigarette ad- d u m p s behind t h e m — w e saw men for some time. It h a s now been Voorhees did not leave the magic the main address, the essence of vertisements, and other varied and who dwell only a few yards f r o m revived, however, to meet popular carpet soon enough, while others which conveyed his application of simple expedient of a fictitious stayed on the c a r p e t and sailed education to living, and o t h e r It was fifteen-foot n a m e we were able to enquire at i n t e r e s t i n g components. high piles of g a r b a g e need. on indefinitely. (Special to the s p e a k e r s were P r o f e s s o r Lampen, various doors, and get a glimpse F r i d a y we s t a r t e d t h r o u g h the no- in miserable huts, the Black Belt, Anchor, s t r a i g h t f r o m the scene of Dr. Blekkink and William Rottof numerous small unwashed chil- torious "Black Belt"; it was Fri- Maxwell S t r e e t on a S a t u r d a y , and action, by t h a t eminent private cor- schaeffer, who is secretary and dren, dirty, cramped rooms, and day we peered into the s t r a n g e , first t h i n g we knew it was dark, respondent, J i m N e t t i n g a . ) t r e a s u r e r of the alumni association. terribly tired-looking m o t h e r s and windows of Chinatown, and it was j We slept in the s a m e " H o t e l "

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g r a n d m o t h e r s . Mr. Piet's group, in its explorations w a s able to look around entire premises, by "bei n g " welfare inspectors, so we weren't so ingenious a f t e r all. It m a y have been the cold nights, but there were few people on the streets. We did not encounter more than t w e n t y women in our two hours of wandering, and these were nearly all accompanied by sturdy looking sons of Old Italy, or other women. L a t e r we found out the Italian is very particular on this point, so the lack of children and women in the streets was explained. From the L a r r a b e e " V " we headed for "home," Mr. Heersma's f a t h e r ' s t h r i v i n g f a r m in Oak Lawn.

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so very late F r i d a y night as to be | again. S a t u r d a y morning when we were j It was S a t u r d a y night we sawinitiated into our first State Street probably our most vivid c o n t r a s t : Flop House. A drunken bum lying in a g u t t e r For fifteen cents we were given only a few yards f r o m the entrance keys, and led to our sleeping places. to Noel Coward's " B i t t e r s w e e t , " | W e were given beds only a few where gaily c h a t t i n g men and fect f r o m ^ unwalled, unparti- women, in full evening dress, were j t i o n e ( i a n ( i thoroughly u n s a n i t a r y filtering into the lobby. And so we had made our sociw a s h r ( ) 0 m i a n d too f a r f r o m the American Occasional stove, ology trip, and we were very g r a t e Eariy , S a v e f ( ) r C oughs, groans, mutter- ful to Mr. and Mrs. Karsten f o r ing. imprecations, laughs, snores, t a k i n g us back to Holland, the town moans from the fifty or so sleep- where people really live. -o ing men. the night passed un-

Women's Debate Club Organizes (Continued f r o m Page 1)

o A f t e r a t u r k e y dinner had been tucked a w a y behind 24 pairs of ribs, F r a n k Deitz rose to act as t o a s t m a s t e r at the happy New Year's b a n q u e t which the Addisons gave t h e i r maidens f a i r on Thursday evening, J a n u a r y 4. Group singing was the first number on the p r o g r a m , and a f t e r t h a t Gradus Albers read a humorous paper titled "Welcome to the New Year." Gerrit Rientjes read some poems; Jack E n g l e s m a n orated a bit; Dr. Wichers (who, with Mrs. Wichers, was h o n o r a r y guest f o r the a f f a i r ) said a few words; and the evening was a p p r o p r i a t e l y concluded with the singing of the Addison song by the Addison q u a r t e t .

erine H a i g will defend the negative side. This club h a s been organized by a g r o u p of girls who are interested in debate, and who wish to have an opportunity to participate in practice debates. Hope is no longer j represented in the women's debate i division of the Michigan Speech l e a g u e and this organization is designed to take its place. Miss Ross, eventfully. Kvery few minutes we Student Volunteer coach and adviser, r e p o r t s t h a t a would be disturbed by someone gog r e a t deal of interest h a s been dising past us, o f t e n j a r r i n g the beds, At the first meeting of the new clad in the now f a m o u s Flop House year Mr. M. Synder led devotions played in this project. P y j a m a s . Shortly a f t e r the d a w n s a n ( j t ^ ( . n introduced Mr. Henry Kik T h a n k s g i v i n g day was spent early light we were on our way a s ^ Mr. Kik gave a F o r m a l initiation and election of there, and although I was shaky on again ( e i g h t - t h i r t y o clock, to be v e r y i n t e r e s t i n g account of his officers f o r the E m e r s o n i a n s were some of the sociological f e a t u r e s j e x a c t ) . We saw all the rush and s u m m e r W () r k in Canada. He told crowded into one glorious chicken we were supposed to observe, I can bustle and clamour of business Chi- ()f m a n y experiences in personal dinner s t a g at. the Methodist certainly t e s t i f y as to the excel-j cago h a n g i n g up its coat and g ^ - | w o r k a m ( ) n K t h e p e o p , e o f t h e t h r e e church, December 14. The followi — I churches in his circuit. ing new m e m b e r s took the formal o a t h : J a m e s Vander Salm, M u r r a y iHtSEHHfiSUiHiiiiSiiiiiiH: j

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Conveyed by a chartered Greyhound bus, the m e m b e r s of the Alethean Sorority and male companions of t h e i r choice attended the Calvin game a t Grand Rapids in a body, last F r i d a y evening. Ref r e s h m e n t s were t a ke n in Zeeland, on the way home, and a hilarious time was had by all. (Here is an idea which looks copyable. It's as much fun as a sleigh ride; and, it h a s been been pointed out, just as convenient—when the bus is crowded enough.)

o J e a n W r i g h t ' s home in S a u g a tuck was the destination of Dorian l a s t T h u r s d a y evening, where a pleasant social m e e t i n g took place. Gelatine salad, home-made ice cream and cake were served, and Eleanor MacVean says she had a good time.

o M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n , president, had Hope's W'riting Club in to tea a t 3:30 S u n d a y , J a n u a r y the sixth.

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