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The Anchor VOLUME XXXVI

HOPE COLLEGE, HOLLAND, MICHIGAN,

DR. SHANNON WILL CONDUCT MEETINGS OF PRAYER WEEK STUDENTS FORTUNATE TO HAVE NOTED CHICAGO PASTOR FOR A WEEK The a n n u a l "Week of P r a y e r " will B^gln J a n u a r y t w e n t y - f o u r t h a n d will continue t h r o u g h o u t the week. Dr. Pieters, our college pastor, will conduct t h e first meeting in the chapel a t seven-thirty Sunday evening. Appropriate music will be provided as a special feature of t h e p r o g r a m and a large audience is urged to be present at this service. The students of Hope college will be especially favored in having Dr. Shannon from the Central c h u r c h of Chicago with them next week. He is one of the finest and best preachers in Chicago. Every Sunday m o r n i n g his sermons aire broadcast and t h o u sands of people h e a r his stirring messages. He is a deep t h i n k e r and he gives utterance to t h e most beautiful thoughts. His expressions are those of sincerity and earnestness. Dr. Shannon has a splendid personality and he has the most winsome ways. He is widely read and has obtained

HOPE Y. W. C. A.

HOPE COLLEGE BAND IS TO BROADCAST Since t h e basketball season opened the Hope College band has been supplying added enthusiasm to t h e games. The band's progress has beoii rapid under the leadership of Mr. Johnson of Grand Uapids, director of several musical organizations in t h a t city. Because of promptness ard rapid a d v a n c e the director h a s m a d e arrangements whereby our local band will broadcast f r o m Station W. O. O. D., Grand Rapids, Michigan. This will surely be a r a r e t r e a t not only for t h e local band and its m e m bers but also indirectly for Hope College.

The meeting of t h e Y. W. C. A. on J a n u a r y 14, w a s held to discuss the purpose of "Y". h e l e n Zander, as leader for t h e evening, traced t h e origin of the Y. W. organization to^ t h e Crimean w a r in Europe, and t h e early efTorto of women in London and New York. T h e first student group of Y. W. girls was introduced by Normal University, Normal, Illinois. The purpose of all t h e Y. W. groups of t h e world is the same, t h e The organization is also working growth of Christian fellowship a m o n g at present f o r t h e presentation of a women. To be loyal to t h e purpose musdcal concert which will be held of Y. W., its m e m b e r s should be presumably during the latter part of proud of the Christian faith, leadt h e next semester. The band is doing others to it. p r o m o t e growth in Chrisa great deal for Hope so let us m a k e tian character, and co-operate with these facts public a'nd begin now to homo and foreign missions; push t h a t concert over the top. ReIn t h e discussion t h a t folowed, it m e m b e r t h e band is t h a t added incenwas especially urged t h a t all serioustive for pep at our athletic games. ly prepare themselves for t h e coming -o week of p r a y e r at Hope College, and pray that it may have a blessing for every individual on the campus.

THREE CONTESTS ARE SCHEDULED ORCHESTRA PLAYS FOR HOPE ORATORS FOR WOMEN'S CLUB

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1926

XUMBER SEVENTY-FOUll

MT. PLEASANT FIVE LOSES TO HOPE SQUAD, SCORE 28 -19 MELVE LI BBERS LEADS V. M.

KLEIS AND V ANDENBR INK SOME PRETTY SCORING Cold weather was no obstacle to WORK the Y. M. m e m b e r s Tuesday night judging from the crowd that a t t e n d ed t h e meeting.

Melve Lubbers gave

a real athletic interpretation to t h e topic "Getting t h e J u m p . " After discussing the athletic significance of t h e topic,

Melve

applied

to

religious

life.

T h e coach in our religious life is

God.

He is t h e one and only coach

who knows the g a m e of life perfectly.

God is the perfect judge of all

the material t h a t is

presented.

knows exactly t h a t position

He

on t h e

team of life for which you a r e best fitted.

After the leader's talk, n u m -

erous m e m b e r s gave their t h o u g h t s on t h e topic,

it was

shown

that

there a r e two types of t e a m s : t h e offensive and the defensive, and t h a t the

best kind

of a defensive t e a m

a great deal of knowledge. He is an a r d e n t lover of poetry, and he himself has written several beautiful lines. Dr. Shannon is also the a u t h o r of many choice books, and the students will be given an opportunity to buy some of these. Dr. Shannon has visited Holland before, but he may again be assured of a warm welcome in this vicinity. Prayer services, conducted by Dr Shannon, will be held In chapel every morning from eleven until twelve o'clock. Special prayer groups will be lead by the students every evening of the week. Many problems which arise on our c a m p u s may be solved. Here there is an opportunity for true fellowship and real h e a r t - t o h ^ r t talks. Vital subjets will be considered and all may take p a r t in t h e discussion. W e hope that this "Week of Praye r " may mean much for our college. "More things a r e wrought by prayer t h a n this world dreams of." W e a r e eagerly looking forward to a week of inspiration, enthusiasm, and sincere devotion. How a p p r o p r i a t e t h a t one week at the beginning of a new year should be set aside for prayer and guidance! Students, be present at every meeting lest you miss somet h i n g really worthwhile. "Of course, I'm only your f u t u r e husband, but who is R u d o l p h ? " "He's my hair-dressen I suppose if I had a cold you'd be Jealous of t h e Smith Brothers."

The Central Normal five of Mt. Pleasant were unable to stop Hope's scoring m a c h i n e last F r i d a y night and consequently suffered a 28-19 defeat. With Kleis having a scoring s t r e a k and Vanden Brink not far behind him, H o p e had little difficulty in maintaining a lead. These two men made t w e n t y - f o u r out of t h e twenty-eight points, Kleia m a k i n g sixteen of t h e total n u m b e r . Both t e a m s had an almost impregnable defense; but the offense of t h e locals, especially in shooting baskets, proved superior. When it was impossible to get short shots, Vanden Brink would assume his customary "dead s h o t " pose and would drop In a hair-raising long shot. Credit is due all t h e o t h e r t e a m - m e m b e r s also, especially Capt. Albers, who played his usual stellar defensive game.

F o r the visitors, H a i g h t seemed to B e f o r e closing Ted urged the be the scoring ace with Williams m e m b e r s to attend Y. M. d u r i n g ex- coming in for his s h a r e of praises. Schouten used Martin, a recruit f r o m amination week. t h e second team, for the first time last V L \ \ TO HOLD WASHINGTON Friday. He f o r m s a good t e a m - m a t e BI ST CONTEST ON MAY PROGRAM UNDER DIRECTION for Poppen and Albers, our lanky vetOF JOHN LLOYD KOLLEN TWENY-ONE erans. Summary: An unusually large and a p p r e c i a Hope's oratorical competition for 0 ^ P e 28 Central Normal I'J tive audience listened to a musicale the school year will consist of the PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR COM- Kiels R p Haight given by Hope College students at Raven, Adelaide and W a s h i n g t o n ING FOOTBALL SEASON , Jappinga ' L F Zigler W o m a n ' s Literary club Tuesday a f t - Bust contests which a r e scheduled for Poppen C Williams ernoon. The occasion was the a n n u a l early s p r i n g dates. With E. Fell as newly-elected cap- V a n d e n B r i n k R G Teller guest day held by t h e club. The enThe Washington Bust co-ntest is tain and with live games already Albers L G Hood tire program was under t h e able leadheld every f o u r years, while thg Adescheduled, prospects for next season Field Goals: Klies 7, VandenBrink ership of J o h n Lloyd Kollen, who laide and Raven contests a r e a n n u a l in football a r e promising. Some valu4, Albers, J a p p i n g a , H a i g h t 4, Wilagain proved himself to be a very events resulting in t h e selection of liams 3, Hood. able men g r a d u a t e this year, but t h e capable director. Mr. Kollen has or- the College M. O. L. orators. whole backfield will r e t u r n next seaF r e e t h r o w s : Kleis 2, Haight 2, ganized an o r c h e s t r a of 16 pieces at Early elimination dates havg been son and t h e r e is some m i g h t y good Williams. Hope college. The entire program was chosen for t h e Raven and Adelaide F r e s h m e n material for Schouten Substitutions: Lubbers for Japinga, very pleasing to listen to and t h o r events. The Raven contestants must to work with. Martin f o r Poppen, Diephuis for Van oughly enjoyed by the audience. Miss meet in preliminaries on March 1, T h r e e of t h e g r a d u a t i n g men have den Brink, Boyd for Zigler. Nettinga's solo f r o m the "Messiah," 2, and 3; while t h e final competition accompanied by t h e stringed orchesreceived gold, miniature footballs in Referee: Prins, Holland. is scheduled for March 19. Adelaide recognition of a four year's service. tra, was especially effective. The proeliminations wil occur on F e b r u a r y g r a m was a s follows: Schubert, MoThese men a r e Damson, Vander H a r t , DR. AND MRS PATTERSON ment Musical, Op. 94, No. 3; Gluck, 22, 23 and 24, and the finals will be and Vanden Brink. The men who ENTERTAIN STUDENTS "Gavotte," from t h e opera, " I p h i n - held on March 12. All students of the received sweaters this y e a r were: genie en Aulide," Hope College or- three lower clases a r c eligible to com- Kleis, Fell, Damstra, J a p p i n g a , BovOn Monday night, Dr. a'nd Mrs. Raven and Adelaide enkirk, M. and W. Peelen and Keizchestra. Rachma'ninov, Prelude in C pete i'n t h e Paterson entertained at their h o m e Each student who com- er. Sharp Minor, Robert Hemkes, Smith. meets. on West Twelfth street. The lucky By t h e Wandering Waters; Ford, The petes must hand three copies of his A short time ago the entire team ones to be invited, were the m e m b e r s Island Where Babie* Grow, Cornelia oration to Dr. Nykerk five days prev- were feted at t h e invitation of the of the Physiological Chemistry and Nett!nga, Ardean Van Arendonk, ious to t h e preliminaries. Those en- Exchange club, and there, mention Sanitation-Hygiene classes. At eight Acc. Handel, He Shall Feed His tering t h e meets must notify Stanley was made of the growing popularity o'clock, a b o u t fifty had gathered to Wesselink before Flock, from "The Messiah," Miss Net- Albers or Peter of 'football on Hope's campus. With see what " w a s doing." tinga and orchestra. Hubinstein, Monday, J a n u a r y 25. The winners of the student body and the band back After everybody had settled down. Kamennoi - Ostrow; Tschaikowsky, the Raven and Adelaide contests a r e of t h e team, Hope will soon be able Dr. P a t t e r s o n delivered the opening Cha'nt s a n s paroles (Song Without expected to attend the M. O. L. con- to hold her own with the best ')t speech, in which he proposed that t h e Words), Ardean Van Arendonk, Ken- test which will be held at Ypsilanti teams. present " S a n - H y " class was the best neth Mook, George Ixi Mere. on March 5. A r r a n g e m e n t s a r e being o he ever had t a u g h t . Then Mr. Peter Brahms. Two Hungarian Dances, V. m a d e to d e f r a y part of the expenses C) O Prins, Hope '20, was introduced as t h e of the a t t e n d a n t s . and VI, Hope College Orchestra. s p e a k e r of t h e evening. Mr. P r i n s o To win the Washington Bust con- • SCANDAL!....SCANDAL! • gave some practical sanation and hyThat students of American universi- test is an honor which Is e'njoyed ev- * "Alas, alas," cries t h e scribes. • giene information as he had found it ties must be policed If they are to be ery four years by some Hope stu- • " W h a t does this all m e a n ? " • while w o r k i n g with t h e American R e educated is the opinion of J a m e s dent. T h e contest was established • Our pet theories a r e blasted • lief in Asia Minor. His personal exEdward Gould, Dean of Men at t h e some years ago by one of t h e college • and respectable people shock • periences held the attention of everyUniversity of Washington, according donors. All orations are of a patriotic * us . Our eyes deceive us. T h e r e • one. to the Seattle Union Record. To leave n a t u r e and men or women contesta'nts • is Carol Van Hartesveldt hold- • Next t h e r e f r e s h m e n t s were served American students to their own initi- may be members of any one of t h e • ing Connie Hosper's h a n d and, • a m o n g which we might mention s u c h ative as is done i'n European institu- four classes. The winners of the * worse still, Jim Ver Meulen is • things as ice cream, cake, chicken tions of higher learning, the dean be- Adelaide or Raven contests a r e not • openly m a k i n g love to Florence • and coffee. W h e n each class had prelieves would have a disastrous effect. eligible to this competition but de- • Dulmes. W e may readily con- • sented Dr. Patterson with a souvenir — T h e New Student. feated students may join t h e meet. • elude t h a t — b u t wait u'ntil you • by which to r e m e m b e r t h e occasion, o All other rules governing t h e contest • see "The Goose Hangs H i g h " • and when t h e guests had bid t h e Activities at t h e University of Min- will be the same a s those of the • put on by t h e D r a m a Class, • host and hostess good-night, t h e p a r t y nesota a r e divided into three classes, Adelaide and Raven competitions. * Feb. 3 and 4, and judge f o r • broke u p — c u t t i n g short the good time according to time demanded by each. Dates for t h e preliminaries have not • yourself. • all too soon. Students a r e kept from holding too yet been announced but t h e finals * Tickets can be bought a t • -omany positions. T h e first group em- will be held on May 21. T h e win- • Huizenga's or from any m e m - • The g r e a t preponderance of " r a h " braces positions t h a t require consider- ner will be presented with the bust at • ber of the D r a m a Class. These • in college yells h a s been explained by able time. A person holding one -of the college commencement exercises. * tickets a r e exchangeable for • these positions -may not hold any Authorities have decided t h a t Hope's • reserved seats on or a f t e r Tues- • tests at t h e Bell Telephone laboratories. It was found t h a t this sound was other. In the second group, he m a y M. O. L. represenatlves may be chos- • day, J a n . 26, 2 P . M. • t h e mast rich In volume and Is' easy to hold two; i'n t h e third classification, en f r o m t h e winners of any of the • « pronounce. F o r this reason It Is found any n u m b e r , three contests. t t 0 In practically every language. is a t e a m that has a perfect offensive.

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The Anchor VOLUME XXXVI

HOPE COLLEGE, HOLLAND, MICHIGAN,

DR. SHANNON WILL CONDUCT MEETINGS OF PRAYER WEEK STUDENTS FORTUNATE TO HAVE NOTED CHICAGO PASTOR FOR A W E E K The a n n u a l "Week of P r a y e r " will W^gln J a n u a r y t w e n t y - f o u r t h and will continue t h r o u g h o u t t h e week. Dr. Pieters, our college pastor, will conduct the first meeting In the chapel at seven-thirty Sunday evening. Appropriate music will be provided as a special f e a t u r e of t h e program a n d a large audience is urged to be present at this service. The students of Hope college will be especially favored in having Dr. Shannon f r o m the Central church of Chicago with them next week. He is one of the finest and best preachers In Chicago. Every Sunday morning his sermons a r e broadcast and t h o u sands of people h e a r his stirring messages. He is a deep t h i n k e r and he gives u t t e r a n c e to t h e most beautiful thoughts. His expressions are those of sincerity and earnestness. Dr. Shannon has a splendid personality and he has the most winsome ways. H*e is widely read and has obtained

HOPE Y. W. C. A.

a great deal of knowledge. He is a n a r d e n t lover of poetry, and he himself has written several beautiful lines. Dr. Shannon Is also t h e a u t h o r of many choice books, and t h e students will be given an opportunity to buy some of these. Dr. Shannon has visited Holland before, but he may again be assured of a warm welcome In this vicinity. Prayer services, conducted by Dr Shannon, will be held In chapel every morning from eleven until twelve o'clock. Special prayer groups will be lead by the students every evening of the week. Many problems which arise on our campus may be solved. Here there is an opportunity for t r u e fellowship and real heart-tohJftrt talks. Vital subjets will be considered and all m a y take part in t h e discussion. We hope that this "Week of P r a y er" may mean m u c h for our college. "More things are wrought by prayer t h a n this world d r e a m s of." We a r e eagerly looking forward to a week of inspiration, enthusiasm, and sincere devotion. How a p p r o p r i a t e t h a t one week at the beginning of a new year should be set aside for prayer and guidance! Students, be present at every meeting lest you miss something really worthwhile. "Of course, I'm only your f u t u r e husband, but who is R u d o l p h ? " "He's my hair-dresser. I suppose if I had a cold you'd be jealous of t h e Smith Brothers."

Since the basketball season opened t h e Hope College band has been s u p plying a d d e d enthusiasm to t h e games. The band's progress h a s ber-n rapid under t h e leadership of Mr. Johnson of Grand Uapids, director of several musical organizations in t h a t city. Because of p r o m p t n e s s and rapid advance the ddrector h a s m a d e arrangements whereby our local band will broadcast f r o m Station W. O. O. D., Grand Rapids, Michigan. This will surely be a r a r e t r e a t not only for t h e local band and its m e m bers but also indirectly f o r Hope College.

The meeting of the Y. W. C. A. on J a n u a r y 14, was held to discuss t h e purpose of "Y". h e l e n Zander, as leader f o r the evening, traced t h e origin of t h e Y. W. organization to y t h e Crimean war In Europe, and t h e early efforts of women In London and New York. The first s t u d e n t group of Y. W. girls was Introduced by Normal University, Normal, Illinois. T h e purpose of all t h e Y. W . groups of t h e world Is the same, t h e The organization is also working growth of Christian fellowship a m o n g at present f o r the presentation of a women. To be loyal to t h e purpose musdcal concert which will be held of Y. W., its m e m b e r s should be presumably during t h e latter part of proud of the Christian faith, leadt h e next semester. T h e band is doing others to It, p r o m o t e growth in Chrisa great deal for Hope so let us m a k e tian c h a r a c t e r , and co-operate with these facts public a'nd begin now to home a n d foreign missions: push t h a t concert over the top. R e In t h e discussion t h a t folowed, it member the band is t h a t added incenwas especially urged t h a t all serioustive for pep at our athletic games. ly p r e p a r e themselves for t h e coming week of prayer a t Hope College, and pray t h a t it may have a blessing for every Individual on t h e campus.

THREE CONTESTS ARE SCHEDULED ORCHESTRA PLAYS FOR HOPE ORATORS FOR WOMEN'S CLUB

PROGRAM U N D E R DIRECTION OF JOHN LLOYD KOLLEN

Dr. Shannon

HOPE COLLEGE BAND IS TO BROADCAST

An unusually large and a p p r e c i a tive audience listened to a musicale given by Hope College s t u d e n t s at W o m a n ' s Literary- club Tuesday a f t ernoon. The occasion was t h e a n n u a l guest day held by t h e club. The entire p r o g r a m was under t h e able leadership of John Lloyd Kollen, who again proved himself to be a very capable director. Mr. Kollen h a s organized a n orchestra of 16 pieces at Hope college. The entire p r o g r a m was very pleasing to listen to and t h o r oughly enjoyed by t h e audience. Miss Nettinga's solo f r o m the "Messiah," accompanied by the stringed orchestra, w a s especially effective. The prog r a m was as follows: Schubert, Moment Musical, Op. 94, No. 3; Gluck, "Gavotte," f r o m the opera, " I p h l n genle en Aulide," Hope College orchestra. Rachma'ninov, P r e l u d e In C S h a r p Minor, Robert Hemkes, Smith. By t h e Wandering Waters; Ford, The Island Where Babies Grow, Cornelia Nettinga, Ardean Van Arendonk, Ace. Handel, He Shall Feed His Flock, from " T h e Messiah," Miss Nettinga and orchestra. Rubinstein, K a m e n n o i - Ostrow: Tschaikowsky, Cha'nt sans paroles (Song Without W o r d s ) , Ardean Van Arendonk, Kenneth Mook. George Ui Mere, lira Inns, Two Hungarian Dances, V. and VI, Hope College Orchestra. o T h a t students of American universities m u s t be policed If they are to be educated is t h e opinion of J a m e s E d w a r d Gould, Dean of Men at t h e University of Washington, according to t h e Seattle Union Record. To leave American students to their own initiative as is done i'n E u r o p e a n institutions of higher learning, t h e dean believes would have a disastrous effect. —The New Student. o Activities at the University of Minnesota a r e divided into t h r e e classes, according to time demanded by each. Students a r e kept from holding too m a n y positions. The first group embraces positions that require considerable time. A person holding one -of these positions may not hold any other. In t h e second group, he may hold two; in the third classification, any number.

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MT. PLEASANT FIVE LOSES TO HOPE SQUAD, SCORE 28 -19 MELVE LUBBERS LEADS Y. M.

KLEIS AND VANDENBRINK SOME PRETTY SCORING CJold weather was no obstacle to WORK the Y. M. m e m b e r s Tuesday night judging f r o m t h e crowd that a t t e n d ed the meeting.

Melve Lubbers gave

a real athletic interpretation to t h e topic "Getting t h e J u m p . " After discussing the a t h l e t i c significance of t h e topic,

Melve

applied

to

religious

life.

The coach In our religious life Is

God.

He is t h e one and only coach

who knows the g a m e of life perfectly.

God Is t h e perfect judge of all

the material t h a t is

presented.

knows exactly t h a t position

He

on t h e

team of life f o r which you a r e best fitted.

After t h e leader's talk, n u m -

erous m e m b e r s gave t h e i r t h o u g h t s on t h e topic.

It was

shown

that

t h e r e a r e two types of teams: the offensive and t h e defensive, and t h a t the

best

kind

of a defensive t e a m

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The Central Normal five of Mt. Pleasant were unable to stop Hope's scoring machine last F r i d a y night and consequently suffered a 28-19 defeat. With Kleis h a v i n g a scoring s t r e a k and Vanden Brink not f a r behind him, Hope had little difficulty in m a i n t a i n i n g a lead. These two men m a d e t w enty-four out of the twenty-eight points, Kleis m a k i n g sixteen of the total number. Both teams had an almost impregnable defense; but t h e offense of t h e locals, especially In shooting baskets, proved superior. When it was impossible to get short shots, Vanden Drink would assume his customary "dead shot'' pose and would d r o p in a hair-raising long s h o t . Credit is d u e all the o t h e r t e a m - m e m b e r s also, especially Capt. Albers, who played his usual stellar defensive game.

F o r the visitors, H a i g h t seemed to B e f o r e closing Ted urged t h e be t h e scoring ace with Williams m e m b e r s to a t t e n d Y. M. d u r i n g ex- coming in for his s h a r e of praises. Schouten used Martin, a recruit f r o m amination week. t h e second team, for t h e first t i m e last PLAN TO HOLD WASHINGTON F r i d a y . He f o r m s a good t e a m - m a t e BUST CONTEST ON MAY for Poppen and Albers, our lanky vetTWENY-ONE erans. Summary: Hope's oratorical competition for H o p e 28 Central Normal I'J the school y e a r will consist of the PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR COM- Kiels R f Haight Ravon. Adelaide and Washington ING FOOTBALL SEASON > Jappinga *L F Zigler Dust t'OhtesfS which- a r e scheduled for Poppen c Williams early spring dates. With E. Fell as newly-elected cap- V a n d e n B r i n k R G Teller The Washington Bust co-ntest Is tain and with five games already Albers L G Hood held every f o u r years, while the Adescheduled, prospects for next season Field Goals: Klies 7. VandenBrink laicTe and Raven contests a r e a n n u a l in football a r e promising. Some valu- 4, Albers, Jappinga, H a i g h t 4, Wilevents resulting In t h e selection of able men g r a d u a t e this year, but t h e liams 3, Hood. the College M. 0 . L. orators. hole backfield will r e t u r n next seaF r e e t h r o w s : Kleis 2, Haight 2, Early elimination dates have been son and t h e r e is some m i g h t y good Williams. chosen for t h e Raven and Adelaide F r e s h m e n material f o r " Schouten Substitutions: Lubbers for Japinga, events. T h e Raven contestants m u s t to work with. Martin for Poppen, Diephuis for Van meet in preliminaries on March 1, Three of t h e g r a d u a t i n g men have den Brink, Boyd for Zigler. 2, and 3; while t h e final competition received gold, m i n i a t u r e footballs in R e f e r e e : Prins, Holland. is scheduled for March 19. Adelaide recognition of a f o u r year's service. eliminations wil occur on F e b r u a r y These men a r e Damson, Vander Hart, DR. AND MRS PATTERSON 22, 23 and 24, and the finals will be and Vanden Brink. The men who ENTERTAIN STUDENTS held on March 12. All students of t h e received s w e a t e r s this y e a r were: three lower clases aro eligible to com- Kleis, Fell, Damstra, J a p p i n g a . BovOn Monday night, Dr. a'nd Mrs. pete in t h e Raven and Adelaide enkirk, M. a n d W. Peelen and KeizP a t e r s o n entertained a t t h e i r h o m e meets. E a c h s t u d e n t who com- er. on West Twelfth street. T h e lucky petes must hand t h r e e copies of his A short t i m e ago t h e entire team ones to be invited, w e r e the m e m b e r s oration to Dr. Nykerk five days prevwere feted at the Invitation of t h e of the Physiological Chemistry and ious to t h e preliminaries. Those enE x c h a n g e club, and there, mention Sanitation-Hygiene classes. At eight tering the meets m u s t notify Stanley was made of t h e growing popularity o'clock, a b o u t fifty h a d gathered to Albers or Peter Wesselink before of -football on Hope's campus. With see w h a t " w a s doing." Monday, J a n u a r y 25. The winners of the student body and the band back A f t e r everybody h a d settled down, the Raven and Adelaide contests a r e of the team, Hope will soon be able Dr. P a t t e r s o n delivered the opening expected t o attend the M. O. L. conto hold her own with t h e best of speech. In which he proposed t h a t t h e test which will be held at Ypsilanti teams. • present " S a n - H y " class was t h e best on March 5. A r r a n g e m e n t s are being he ever had taught. Then Mr. P e t e r m a d e to d e f r a y part of t h e expenses O O Prins, Hope '20, was introduced as t h e of the a t t e n d a n t s . « s p e a k e r of t h e evening. Mr. P r i n s To win t h e Washington Bust con- • SCANDAL!....SCANDAL! • gave some practical sanation a n d hytest is an honor which Is e'njoyed ev- * "Alas, a l a s , " cries t h e scribes. • giene information as h e had found It ery four years by some Hope stu- * " W h a t does this all m e a n ? " • while working with t h e American R e dent. The contest was established * Our pet theories a r e blasted • lief in Asia Minor. His personal exsome years ago by one of t h e college • and respectable people shock • periences held the attention of everydonors. All orations are of a patriotic • us . Our eyes deceive us. There • one. n a t u r e and men or women contesta'nts * Is Carol Van Hartesveldt hold- • Next the r e f r e s h m e n t s were served may be m e m b e r s of any one of the • Ing Connie Hosper's h a n d and, • a m o n g which we m i g h t mention s u c h four classes. T h e winners of the * worse still, Jim Ver Meulen is • t h i n g s as Ice cream, cake, chicken Adelaide or Raven contests a r e not • openly m a k i n g love to Florence • and coffee. W h e n each class had preeligible to this competition but de- * Dulmes. W e may readily con- • sented Dr. Patterson with a souvenir feated s t u d e n t s m a y join the meet. • elude t h a t — b u t wait u'ntil you • by which to r e m e m b e r the occasion, All other rules governing t h e contest * see "The Goose Hangs H i g h " * and when t h e guests had bid t h e will be t h e same as those of t h e * put on by the D r a m a Class, • host and hosteag good-night, t h e p a r t y Adelaide and Raven competitions. * Feb. 3 a n d 4, and judge for • b r o k e up—cutting s h o r t the good t i m e Dates for t h e preliminaries have not • yourself. , • all too soon. yet been announced but the finals * Tickets can be bought a t • will be held on May 21. The win- • Huizenga's or f r o m any m e m - • The great preponderance of " r a h " ner will be presented with the bust a t • ber of t h e D r a m a Class. These • in college yells has been explained by the college commencement exercises. • tickets a r e exchangeable for • tests at t h e Bell Telephone l a b o r a t o r Authorities have decided that Hope's • reserved s e a t s on or a f t e r Tues- • ies. It was found t h a t this sound was M. O. L. represenatlves m a y be chos- • day, J a n . 26, 2 P . M. • t h e most rich In volume and Is' easy to en from t h e winners of any of t h e • « pronounce. F o r this reason It is found three contests. In practically every language. is a t e a m t h a t h a s a perfect offensive.

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Dcpurtinent Editors S a n d r e n e Schutt Campus Anne Meengs ^..Alumni Russell D a m s t r a Sports J o h n DeBell. P e t e r Wesselink..Humor Hermina Relnhart Exchange K a t h r y n Keppel .-.Campusology Aaron Ungersma Questions Sil.'.s WiersifRi Statistics llcportcrs J a m e s Ten Brink Head R e p o r t e r Ariyne H a a n ; H a r r i e t Henneveld; John Mulder; Hester Ossewaarde. Dusiness Gerard C. Pool Business Manager Jacob Kik, Carl Bovenkirk Ass'ts Eliot Weier Subs^rptlon Manager D R . SHANNON It

is d o u b t f u l w h e t h e r

we Hoi;e

s t u d e n t s fully a p p r e c i a t e t h e

great-

ness of the m a n w h o Is to lead our week of prayer, Dr F. F. Shannon, pastor of Central c h u r c h of Chicago. Wihen t h e twenty-five greatest p r e a c h /

ers of America were chosen by

the

opinion of all t h e ministers of t h e

lines. One of the big things that can aid us in our n e w resolutions la t h e coming p r a y e r week. Whether* It benefits us greatly or not depends both on t h e a t m o s p h e r e t h e s p e a k e r creates and t h e a t t i t u d e of t h e s t u dent. Dr S h a n n o n leaves nothing to be desired e i t h e r in his messages or his personality, consequently if we do not receive t h e e n c o u r a g e m e n t a n d inspiration we feel we should have, we m u s t look for t h e blame in o u r selves. T h e r e Is a tendency to overemphasize o u r Christianity d u r i n g that week, a n d underemphaslze it at* o t h e r times of the y ear. To be s u r e it la. a m a t t e r of emotion and feeling, but it Is also a m a t t e r of quiet t h o t and c o m m o n sense. One need not be In a r a p t t r a n c e to h a v e a truly r e ligious experience.. P e r h a p s we need less of t h e g r o u p meetings on t h e c a m p u s and more of a quiet going a p a r t to t h i n k by oneself or I n f o r m a l s p o n t a n e o u s groups Vf two or t h r e e . Somehow we need t o \ d e v e l o p an a t m o s p h e r e t h a t will maRfc It easy a n d n a t u r a l to discuss those things instead of m a k i n g It a confessioSy forced f r o m us by a sense o f . d u t y . pick at each other quite so m u c h but, let each of us give t h e seeds t h a t h a v e fallen In our hearts time to s p r o u t and g r o w ; a n d lets not, like children, constantly pull them u p to see how f a r t h e y h a v e grown. T a k e t i m e to be by yourself. o ALIBIS

Campus News

Alumni News Rev. H e n r y K. P a e m a , a g r a d u a t e of both Hope college and t h e W e s t ern Theological seminary, is b e c o m ing an a u t h o r of note.

Mr. P a s m a

h a s just published a new book u n d e r

name

of

S a t u r d a y ' s Issue of t h e G r a n d R a p J a c k V e r ' Meulen, w h o once en- Ids Presn c o n t a i n e d t h e first of a series joyed t h e r e p u t a t i o n a s H o p e ' s shiek, of articles under t h e head, " T h e has recently r e t u r n e d f r o m China. He Christian R e l i g i o n " , w r i t t e n by Rev. A. is now visiting In Holland a n d vicinity (the vicinity m e a n i n g Zeeland) Sh!!! Pieters, D. D., professor of Biblical l i t e r a t u r e of H o p e College. T h e title

t h e title "God's Picked Y o u n g Men,"

T h e o r c h e s t r a will play for t h e of S a t u r d a y ' s article was " W h y Are Issued by t h e Bible I n s t i t u t e Colpor- ParcJnt-Teachers association a t L u g e r s W e H e r e ? " . Pa an i n t r o d u c t o r y article publisht a g e Assoclatipn of Chicago. Corners t!.Is week Friday. ed a few d a y s ago, b e f o r e a g r o u p A y e a r or two ago Mr. P a s m a p u b o Marion I n g h a m d e m o n s t r a t e d a new of christian laymen, he explained t h a t liahed a little volume, " T h i n g s a N a t h e y were financing t h i s series of a r tion Lived By," which w a s widely Charleston on t h e Chapel steps F r i day m o r n i n g . This new Charleston ticles to b r i n g h o m e to t h e people c o m m e n t e d upon ^n c h u r c h publicahad a disastrous effect—a bruised a r m of G r a n d R a p i d s and W e s t e r n Michtions and In a n u m b e r of o t h e r news—and It isn't likely to h a v e m a n y igan t h e f u n d a m e n t a l s of t h e Christian religion. T h e articles a r e to p a p e r s and magazines, particularly in e n t h u s i a s t ' c a d m i r e r s a s the first a p p e a r t h r e e t i m e s a week for t b e t h e South where Mr. P a s m a is pastor Charleston did. next t h r e e m o n t h s . of a Presbyterian c h u r c h in C h a r l e s ton,

Miss.

Moreover,

the

former

Mr. and Mrs. G. J. D i e k e m a e n t e r tained the orchestra last Monday Holland m a n Is a t w o r k on a n o t h e r night. book which ho h o p e s to b r i n g out

In due t i m e a f t e r t h e p r e s e n t volume hao had a chance to find its au d i en ce. The present volume, "God's Picked Young

Men,"

chapters,

is

devoted

composed to

the

Gideon,

1C

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le c h a r a c t e r s : Abel, Jacob, eph? ^ f o ^

of

Samuel,

JosSam-

son, David, Soltmion, Daniel, J o h n t h e Baptist,

J o h n ttte

T h e o t h e r day Fred stopped a t one his f r i e n d s to borrow a t y e p w r i t e r . This c o m m o n p l a c e little visit had a r a t h e r tragic e n d i n g f o r : F r e d Olert had a great fall And all t h e kings horses and all t h e k i n g j men Couldn't put t h e t y p e w r i t e r t o g e t h er again.

Beloved, P a u l .

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M a r k . Stephen, a n d Jesus.

At tho last meeting of t h e D r a m a class, Marlon P e n n l n g s w a s elected been received in Holland, contains 96 business m a n a g e r and Lawrence Steketee were pages and It Is w r i t t e n In a m o r e oi Hoist and George less colloquial vein In an a t t e m p t to elected stage* m a n a g e r s f o r the play "The Goose H a n g s High." Interest present day r e a d e r s a n d to get o— a w a y f r o m t h e pietlstic phraseology Tobogganing. T h e Sport of all which o f t e n rebels r a t h e r t h a n a t Ages! It is said t h a t even primitive tracts. man went tobogganing. As one senior Mr. P a s m a at college a n d in t h e expressed it " H e slid down on all s e m i n a r y m a d e a m a r k f o r himself in five." But c o m i n g down to brass a literary way and he has developed tacks, several couples left Holland last along this line aince entering t h e S a t u r d a y in a hale and h e a r t y s t a t e only to r e t u r n in a state of sad deministry. crepancy. It is to be hoped t h a t all o the jolt'ng didn't jostle all the T h e ReV. J. Van Ess, D. D., class of knowledge out of t h e i r c r a n i u m s . T h e book,

a cony

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" A poor excuse is better t h a n Dr. S h a n n o n none." T h e t r u t h of this o t a t e m e n i was on the list. He occupies a place may well be challenged by a n y o n e of untold influence as a minister of who c h a n c e s to read It but a second Central c h u r c h ; he succeeds men of time. lie, w h o accepts this s t a t e m e n t , gets himself into q u a g m i r e of difficulrenown such as David Swing, Newell ties trying to find even rame excuses Dwight Hlllls, a n d F. W. Gunsaulus. — a n d such a person soon becomes a Dr S h a n n o n Is distinctly a " h o m i - victim of t h e •alibi habit. W h y give letical genius." He posseses all t h e i e a s o n a for a f a i l u r e ? W h y not do graces and c h a r m s of a m o d e r n ora- your best a n d then If t h e o t h e r feltor a n d can be c ha r a c t e r i z e d by t h e low wins f o r g e t your alibis? E v e r y s a m e t e r m s t h a t Dr. S h a n n o n once body cannot win, so w h y all the lame 1910, well known a n d brilliant misused in describing a n o t h e r , namely, excuses? sionary of t h e R e f o r m e d C h u r c h in W h e n our college t e a m gets beaten clarity, simplicity, and winsomenese. Arabia, will give t h r e e lectures to t h e Added to a m a r v e l o u s voice, Dr S h a n - on a t r i p ( k n o c k on wood), we ask a Western Theological Seminary, the non h a s a s t r o n g mentality and a deep player how it h a p p e n e d . The a n s w e r , earnjestness f o r t h e cause of Christ. we a d m i r e , is s o m e w h a t like this* week beginning J a n u a r y 24. Dr. Van His theology does not c e n t e r a r o u n d " T h e i r playing was better t h a n ours, Ess Is stationed in B a h r e i n a n d Is one antiquated d o g m a s but is suited to they should h a v e won. T h e r e w e r e of t h e most e m i n e n t missionaries in minister to t h e vital needs of men and too m a n y slips in our team work, but t h e M o h a m m e d a n world. women of today. F r o m t h e simple In- now t h a t we know w h a t Is the m a t ter, we a r e going to do better in t h e cidents of life. Dr., S h a n n o n builds Miss R e t t a P a s left last Tuesday r e t u r n g a m e . " Compare this a n s w e r , sermons. "Oh, it was awful—th.r referee called to join t h e Christian H e r a l d p a r t y Not t h e least of t h e virtues of t h e everything on us and nothing on t h a t leaves New York, J a n . 21st on a man who Is to be our m e n t o r for t h e m , and t h e floor wasn't regulation M e d i t e r r a n e a n cruise and pilgrimage one whole week Is a r e m a r k a b l e love size, t h e roof was too low—It w a s a to t h e Holy Land. for t h e beauty in art, music, a n d o rotten deal all a r o u n d . " especially l i t e r a t u r e . Dr. Shannon Mr. W y a n d W l c h e r s s t r u c k a note Count over your excuses and extakes t h e best of Greek, R o m a n , and about conditions in planat'Ons, find t h e causes, b l a m e of optimism modern literature, finds in t h e m not somebody, call it luck If you w a n t E u r o p e in an a d d r e s s before t h e Cenonly e n j o y m e n t but hidden m e a n i n g s ; to; but when you ha ^ yecn beaten, t u r y Club of Holland. Mr. W l c h e r s ' he i n t e r p r e t s as well as enjoys. Email you have been beaten, ind t h a t ' s tha*. a d d r e s s was on t h e s u b j e c t "Political wonder t h a t a m a n like this Is in No reasoning can get a r o u n d such a Tendencies in E u r o p e . " such great d e m a n d , small wonder o fact. And s u c h talk is lame, indeed. t h a t Central c h u r c h is so proud of W h a t if t h e star player didn't pass him, small w o n d e r t h a t his books and his t e s t ? W h a t if somebody couldn't s e r m o n s evoke such keen Interest t h e find his " e y e " ? W h a t if t h e referee whole country over! wasn't w h a t he should have b e e n ! W h e n Dr. S h a n n o n comes to us, it EXAMS AND OTHER THINGS If a team cannot m a s t e r t h e situation is we and not he who is being t : s l E x a m i n a t i o n s and t h e social season it deserves to lose. And alib't-i fall ed. Any lack of interest on our p a r t e n t e r almost a r m In a r m , so it seems. flat. will simply show a lack of s o m e t h i n g W i t h the I ttle everyday failings al- Last week, Monday Hope c h u r c h C. in us, a lack of appreciation of some so, however good the reasons may be E. held its first party. Of course, it of t h e finer things of life a s expressfor not doing something a s was ex- Wouldn't have been complete w i t h o u t ed t h r o u g h one of n a t u r e ' s choicest pected. these same good reasons t h e college people w h o walked In t h e products. It might even be well f.)r m a k e but very indifferent excuses. A Grand Mardh and gave t h e i r t a l those addicted to n o t e - t a k i n g to have f a i l u r e Itj a failure and t h e alibi ent? to t h e p r o g r a m . plenty of p a p e r and a well filled An t h e r e is a r u m o r a b o u t , t h a t habit is a bad one. Take your m e d fountain pen. icine without a r g u i n g about it. No t h e r e have been sleigh rides but w e o excuse is m u c h better than a poor ex- couldn't find a n y aefinite evidence P R A Y E R WEEK a n d someway we cannot always becuse. lieve George Damson or P e t e r WesT h e New Year has come, and with selink. Are Sophomores People? it n e w duties, changes, privileges a n d Monday night. Dr. P a t t e r s o n is en1. Of all those who t h i n k t h e y ' r e rrsponsibiiities. Most of us welcomed t e r t a ' n i n g his "San and H y " and " P It with a good deal of noise and cele- big g u n s even tho we don't h e a r very C h e m " classes. W e wager " P a t t y " is 1 rations of various kinds. A f t e r hav- good reorts—71) per cent a r e Sopho- a c h a r m i n g host. Now, d o n ' t you all ing received such an enthusiastic wel- mores. wish you had t a k e n his courses? 2. Of all those who always jell come, it h a s a right to expect t h a t To celebrate t h e la'it of t h e finals but the Sorosis Society Is p l a n n i n g a bobit will continue to be a p p r e c i a t e d , ckets to s o m e t h i n g or o t h e r f o m e of us m a d e noble New Year s never buy t h e m — 1 0 0 per cent 'ire sled p a r t y to Mabel C o b u r n ' s h o m e resolutions a n d have kept t h e m so f a r Sophomores. in Zeeland next F r i d a y evening. It Is some m a d e t h e m and b r o k e t h e m , 3. Of all those on t h e c a m p u s r u m o r e d t h a t J u n i o r and Senior '"hile some of us did not even t a k e who never s t u d y because they t h i n k CoP'tnos a r e also c o n t e m p l a t i n g one on the trouble of p l a n n i n g a n y way of t h e y know It all—99 44-100 per cent S a t u r d a y . ' b e t t e r i n g ourselves d u r i n g this year are Sophomores. Anyway we are keeping busy! country, t h e

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Exchanges At Columbia University all F r e s h men who do not bring "Caps and C o r d s " a r e t u r n e d over to a Sophom o r e society called "Black Avengers" for punishment. Carleton College, Minnesota, was host for t h e delegates to t h e Students' Conference who came from Wisconsin, N o r t h Dakota and Minnesota. T h e topic of t h e conference was "Christian Peraonality and G r o u p Life." Mr. H. P. Van Dusen, " D a d " Elliott, Mr. Kirby Page, Mr. Conrad Hoffman, and Dr. Albert P. F i t c h were a m o n g t h e speakers.

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M I L E S T O N E MINTS I'n t h e realm of scholarship at Hope t h e college men, gentle or no, must doff their caps to t h e co-eds and say, "You t a k e t h e lead." But tho Milestone Staff m e m b e r s y a r e wondering why t h e co-eds a r e getting their glossies In so lagglngly. It m a y be of Interest to know t h a t t h e men are showing a g r e a t e r spirit of co-operatlcn t h a n t h e ladles. I^adies, in this m a t t e r , you m u s t g r a n t t h e boys t h e lead. Don't tell us to forget about It. We cannot. W e need and must have your glossies. (SNAPOSOPHY) Another m a t t e r which Is f a r f r o m extraneous d e m a n d s attention. "Snaps m a k e the Milestane," says a atudent. He s p e a k s rightly, and t h e f u n n i e r t h e better. Helen Van Ess h a s charg«> of t h e Snap Section and wishes to get as 1 m a n y s n a p s a s she can. Come on you c a m e r a toters! Bring 'em a r o u n d ! P e r h a p s you have a " f u n n y o n e " of a friend which would create a little surprise when t h e Annual appeared. Help us out with a snap or two. —o

By an overwhelming m a j o r i t y the s t u d e n t s of t h e College of t h e City of New York voted to petition t h e f a c ulty and board of trustees for t h e removal of compulsory military training. Capt. George T. Darte called t h e students potential traitors, w h o should be a s h a m e d to look each other in t h e face. President Mezea called Felix Cohen, editor of T h e C a m p u s into his office and ordered him to print nothing c o n c . r n l n g t h e m a t t e r . Consequently t h e next issue T h e Sophomores offered t h e second a p p e a r e d with a blank column sur- t e a m even less resistance than t h e rounded by a deep black border as a Seniors did last week, for t h e Sophosilent protest against t h e ruling. mores were overwhelmed by a 40-5 score. The five points they made President W . W . Campbell cancel- were made by Schlpper a n d were not led a w o m e n ' s dual debate between altogether without accident. The ReCalifornia and Standford University. serves showed pretty t e a m work and T h e subject was "Resolved, t h a t t h e basket shooting. De Velder was high family is an unnecessary element In point-getter, but De Master, De Pree, t h e progress of civilization.—The New and Bekken also did s o m e neat caging. The fact t h a t this squad is Student. • composed entirely of Freshmen, speaks well for a f u t u r e varsity team. Both professors and townspeople o who have seen Ann Arbor before and Hope classes do a little playing since prohibition, say t h a t t h e r e is not outside of school especially for preover o n e - t e n t h as m u c h drinking toliminary games held In t h e armory. day as before.—Michigan Dally. The Preps were quite badly defeated by the Holland F u r n a c e office team T h e National Collegiate World 14-4. On t h e other hand, t h e J u n i o r s Court Co'nference met at Princeton performed tho pheno?nenal act of and registered the expected large maholding their opponents down to jority for t h e World Court. T h e r e a t h e goose egg, when t h e y won over more ambitious p r o g r a m was unfoldt h e Home Guards 15 to 0. ed. Among the delegates f r o m 24 o colleges w a s born T h e National f e d -oeration of Students. Exchange of stu"Slnce we deserved t h e name of d e n t s f r o m East and West, correction friends of t h e over-emphasis on football, f u r And thine effect so lives in me t h e r control over education and A part of mine may live in thee scholarships by t h e s t u d e n t bodies, And move thee on to noble ends." a'nd elimination of t h e artificial stano d a r d s fostered by f r a t e r n i t y life a r e "Life is mostly f r o t h and bubble some of t h e tentative a i m s of t h e orTwo things stand like stone g a r i z a t i o n a s expressed by t h e execuKindness in a n o t h e r ' s trouble tive committee.—The New Student. Courage In your own." —o —— The University of Chicago women " F a m e h a t h a fleeting breath a r e t h e most free; those of t h e WisHopes may be frail or fond consin University t h e most restrained In t h e Big Ten Universities according But love shall be love till death And p e r h a p s beyond." to a c o m p a r a t i v e survey of rules in o t h e Ohio State Southern. We get no good —o By being ungenerous, oven to a book Ex-Governor W. E. Sweet, of Colorado. spoke to Hlltadale students on And calculating profits—eo much help By so m u c h reading. It Is r a t h e r t h e World Court. when Anna Elkenhout, j u n i o r ColleKe. We gloriously forgot ourselves and plunge •22 was graduated f r o m Ohio State •nlverslty In 1925 and is at present Soul-forward, head-long Into a book profound a t e a c h e r in Hope College. While a t t h e U. of O. she received two hon. Impassioned by its beauty and salt of truth— orary degrees, Phi Beta K a p p a a'nd Phi L a m b e r t a n h e t a . — G r a n d R a p - 'TIs then we get the right good f r o m a book. idjj Junior Collegiate. -r— G. Behrends: "How can I cure myWhat is to be done with the J2 500 bequest of Emily J- Bryant, re- self of walking in my sleep?" B. Morrison: "Take c a r f a r e to bod cently turned down by the Trustees of with you." Vassar College? The money waa to

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have been used as a scholarship fund for students who neither attended the theater nor played cards. It was declined on the grounds that Vassar. an educational Institution, cannot accept gifts placing restrictions upon' the students' personal or social behavior.—The New Student. — The West Coast will soon have a school of . International relations matching the Walter Hines Page School of the East. It will be called Ix)3 Angeles University of International Relat'ons and will be established at Burbanjt. California.

Corky: "I have lived on vegetables for seven weeks." Dick Mallery: " T h a t ' s nothing I've lived on e a r t h over twenty years." o—•— I "I'm t h e cats!"" said the mouse when he saw t h a t he was cornered All men a r e born f r e e and equal b u t a lot of t h e m never get m a r r i e d . They say there Is always a groat awakening at the recitations of the history classes of Prof. Zook. That la at the end of recitations.

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YOU KNOW, ALL NOSE

WE'RE

Some people have 'noses.

Others

have noses too.

But some people a r e

so aflllcted t h a t they can't see beyond their noses.

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first

consideration.

This

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never could fill a position of respect a m o n g his fellows. He seeks to pick out the flaws organizations on t h e campus.

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p e r h a p s has some variance with some

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p r o m i n e n t m e m b e r in t h a t organiza tion.

H e t h i n k s only of persons and

forgets t h e principles of t h e organiza-

ON ALL

tion, which a r e the things with which he should unite.

Because a person or

a few perso'ns a r e not quite living up, in his estimation, to the ideals of t h e organization, such a *.ne must necessarily, a n d as he feels, very righteously stay away. It is the m a n not t h e organization h e looks a t . This type seldom m a k e s a valuable contribution—his only aim being t h a t of t e a r i n g down because he didn't h a p p e n to be t h e builder. He feels that t h e reason for :us own supposed inferiority Is due to other people who a r e plotting to keep him out of everything. He a t t a c k s the "social b u g " and yet would like to be one himself. Surely such a o'ne is in dire need of s y m p a t h y . W e must look a r o u n d a t once for a soothing syrup to use as a balm to his wounds of vanity. And now to t h e application. There are organizations o'n our c a m p u s which a r e exercising a 0 r e a t Influence for good by reason of their ideals and principles. Men are trying to live u p to t h e m . P e r h a p s those in positions of leadership aj*e 'not just t h e m e n for t h e position. They have been elected by t h e students, however. But w h a t If he does not live up to t h e principles In your estimation? Do we f o r s a k e the government of our country because a president or some of his associates a r e a little w e a k — a t least supposedly a n d also inconsistent with t h e ultra-critic's point of view. Do we f o r s a k e the institution of t h e h o m e because a few m o t h e r s and f a t h e r s are not what they should b e ? Do we leave the church because men do not,—in our estimation—lead Christian lives. These a r e questions which we must a'nswer. Also ask yourself—Am 1 the guy who h a s never done a n y t h i n g else but criticize and now w a n t s favors for my w o r k ? Am I so small t h a t t h e good principles of an organization a r e not seen due to the petty things which impair my s i g h t ? We've g r e a t organizations on our c a m p u s which a r e striving to accomplish good in t h e lives of t h e s t u dents. History confirms this fact—It is the testimony of alumni. Can any of us absent ourselves f r o m a n organization which Is striving to inspire s t u d e n t s to a greater reality of spiritual values? Let's 'not be all nose, because a f t e r all a nose Is a pretty small thing. Let's "face u p " to ourselves and sab if we a r e smaller if we have t h a t g r e a t er vision which comes f r o m an enlightened outlook—a bigger outlook. (Signed) ARGUS. o F o u r colleges out of t h e 333 In tho World Court poll returned majorities against t h e court. 128,678 students voted. T h e New Students conducted the poll.

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Certainly the progress of science Is a wonderful thing. One can't help feeling proud of it. I must admit that I do. Whenever I get talking to anyone, that Is, to anyone who knows even less about It t h a n I do about, the marvelous development of electricity, for Instance, I feel as if I had been personally responsible f o r it. AH for the linotype and t h e aeroplane and the vacuum house cleaner, well, I am not sure t h a t I didn't Invent them myself. I believe that all generous-hearted men feel just the same

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way about It. However, that Is not the point I am Intending to discuss. What I want to speak about Is the progress of medicine t Just thfrik of It. A hundred years ago there were no bacilli; no ptomaine poisoning, no dlptherla, and no appendicitis. Rabies was but little known, and only Imperfectly developed. All of these we owe to medical science. Even such things as psoriesis and perotelis and trypanosomlesis, which are now household ' names, were known only to the few. Or consider the advance of the 4 science on Its practical side.. A hundred years ago It used to be supposed that fever could be cured by the letting of blood; now we know pesitively t h a t It cannot. A few genera- * tions ago, people With rheumatism used to have to carry round potatoes in their pockets as a means of cure. Now the doctors allow them to carry absolutely anything they like. They may go round with t h e i r pockets full of watermelons If they wish to. It makes no difference. Or take t h e treatment of epilepsy. It used to be *• supposed that the flrst thing they do in sudden attacks of this kind was to unfasten the patient's collar and let him breathe; at present, on the contrary, many doctors consider It better to button up the patient's collar and let him choke. However, let t h a t go. The point I want to develop is t h a t the modern doctor's business is a'n extremely simple one. which could be acquired In about two week?. This Is the way It is dene. The patient enters t h e consulting room. "Doctor," he says. "I have a bad pain". " W h e r e Is It?" "Here!" "Stand up," says t h e doctor, "and put your a r m s above your h e a d . " . Then the doctor goes behind the patient and strikes him a powerful blow in the back. "Do you feel that," he says. "I do," says the patient. Then the doctor turns suddenly and lets him have a left hook under tho heart. "Can you feel t h a t ? " he says viciously, as the patient falls over the sofa I'.i a heap. "Get up!" says the doctor, and count ten. The patient rises. The doctor looks him over carefully without speaking, and then suddenly pitches him a blow in the stomach that doubles him up speechless. The doctor walks over to the window and reads the morning paper for a while. Presently he turns and begins to m u t t e r more to himself then to the patient, " H u m ! " he says, "there's a slight anaesthesia of the t y m p a n u m . " "Is that so," says the patient, in an agony of fear. "What con I do about It, doctor," "Well," gays the doctor, "I want you to keep very quiet; you'll have to go to bed and stay there and keep quiet." In reality, of course, the doctor hasn't the least Idea what is wrong with the • man; but he does know that If he will go to bed and keep quiet, awfully quiet, he'll either get quietly well again or else die a quiet death. Meantime, If the doctor calls every morning and thumps and beats h'm he can keep the patient submissive and perhaps force him to confess what Is wrong with him. "What about diet, doctor?" say the patient, completely cowed. (This Important question will be answered next week. Watch for 'i. It Is the key to all true happlnccs and a great aid to the co-ed who is trying to reduce.)

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