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len<, iln h ?'\ ^ " neve'' RIUP N** *U ^ 8 P E E D Y 0 R A N G E A N ( ' Ihe week a n d h T " "' n , e t t l e laSt h a n d e d t h e Michigan Agrl' " ^ u r a l quint a neat t r i m m i n g 20-1!!.

H O P E MEN SHOW U P W E L L I N CONTEST The first d e b a t e of w h i c h was held with M. A. •lay evening, F e b . 3, gave Hence t h a t Hope d e b a t e r s "f loyal s u p p o r t . As the

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of t h e Open F o r u m style no decision H o P e 1,0l<, n n 1 0 ''' A m C l i ! , T- W o o ' ' • " f th<, I ! l , " l < ' ' « " ! at t hm e cclose l was made, but t h e crowd was given ( reek S a n i t a r i u m , gave a Health Talk o f 1 , 1 0 fl,,st half. Schouten's men took o p p o r t u n i t y to a s k a n y .,uestions of illustrated by slides. Two of the , ! , c , o a ( 1 •nid M. A. C. tried hard to the debaters. points most stressed were t h e dues- overcome it. but was unsuccessful. In T h e question f o r d e b a t e w h i c h nn(1 n tions of proper posture and of diet. t h e R ^ o n d half H o p e soon m a d e it AH t h e men were good s h o t s a n a l> before the week is out. Prof. Wichers, e h a i i n i a n of t h e evenThe results of a sloppy c a r r i a g e w e r e 1 3 - 1 0 a n ( 1 t h e n f o u r t e e n . T h e f a r m they were not t h e long m i d - c o u r t ing. a n n o u n c e d was a s follows: R e vividly shown on the screen and e , s r a ^ d one. and t h e n w e r e held t y p e t | b u t just o r d i n a r y t h r o w s such us — — o solved, t h a t Congress should be en.emphasized by t h e s p e a k e r ' s r e m a r k s . a f 0 r e l e s s while Hope counted to IS. win real c o u r t games. • • • • » * * 1 owered by a t w o - t h i r d s vote to overo W e a k e n i n g of t h e muscles of t h e T h r e c m o r e points brought t h e Aggies K a z o o scored first as Forewt g a r n e r i-ble decisions of t h e S u p r e m e Court bjick and a b d o m e n t h r u disuse and w l t , l l n t h r e e points of Hope. Nuttlla ed a basket a n d Uuse registered f r o m which declare act of Congress uncon<onsei|uent lack of reserve w h e n a « long one and Hope then led Hie f r e e stripe. Van L e n t e cashed in stitutional. The following men .lcA c a b l e g r a m was received strain is t h r o w n upon them, with ^ a s l e n d e r one point m a r g i n . Yonk- bated in t h e o r d e r n a m e d : w h e n he was fouled a n d Ottipoby f r o m India on S a t u r d a y , a n c r a m p i n g of the intestines and n ten- n ' a a s h o t w h a t proved to be t h e winknotted t h e count with a neat t h r o w . M. A. C. Affirmative—Mr. Dobson, dency to constipation a r e s o m e of n ' n g basket soon a f t e r . With a b o u t I r v i n g shoved Hope into t h e lead by Mr. H a r p e r , Mr. K e l t s e m a n : Hope n n o u n c i n g t h e d e a t h of Rev. t h e inevitable results of a f a i l u r e to twenty seconds to go. R i c h a r d s cut two b a s k e t s . Kiemersma received N e g a t i v e — M r . W a b e k e , Mr. D. Y n t s t a n d and sit correctly, said Dr. d«>wn Hope's m a r g i n of victory to one ema, Mr . 0 . Wesselink. T h e o d o r e Z w e m e r . a f t e r a long t h e s p h e r e a f t e r s o m e p r e t t y passing Wood. ... p .i n t, by a sensational tows. and m a d e it nine f o r Hope. H e a r n e T h e question s i m m e r e d down a s to siege of typhoid fever. Details tossed in one f r o m c e n t e r court, but there was a need for a Dr. Wood w e n t on to discuss a proThis is a very signal victory a s w h e t h e r have not been received. Van L e n t e soon r e t a l i a t e d . On a d o u per diet. E x p e r i m e n t s with mice H o p e h a s not won f r o m M. A C since c h a n g e , and w h e t h e r Congress wrniH ble foul, H e a r n e and I r v i n g both regwhU h h,,ve . ' conducted in t h e JDZO. T h e Aggies insist on t h e tilt be- fill t h i s need, or in o t h e r words, " I s istered. F o r r e s t again m a d e the N o r liattle Creek labonatorles and else- Ing played at East L a n s i n g especial- Congress better fitted to decide t h e * * m a l s look d a n g e r o u s by a duo when O • • whe, e Khmv ^ " " I " ' " ' raised on ly In recent y e a r s . The Aggies a r e a d - ConwtitutionaHty of laws t h a n is t h e he m a d e t h e board read 12-8, but The affirmative o a t m e a l and milk Is m u c h l a r g e r mitted to be a h a r d live to beat on S u p r e m e C o u r t ? " V o n k m a n counted f r o m t h e field : ,,I h e a l t h i e r t h ; , m a i n t a i n e d t h a t a g r e a t e r degree of « t . . " " one mlsed on cof- t h e i r own c o u r t , but the O r a n g e and twice b e f o r e t h e bell r a n g . Hearne .. A. M E E T S IN / E E I . A M ) fee a n d toast. V i t a m l n e s a r e an es- Blue demonstrated t h e i r ability to progress, a b e t t e r system of checkf slipped in a f r e e toss, e n d i n g t h e half ot o u r diet w h i c h . . " •s<'",ial " ' e f t " Play t h e fastest Michigan n u i n t e t s on and balances, and a b e t t e r settlement ID-Il), H o p e in f r o n t . . .ilin day evening t h e S. (!. A. was ten neglect, said the s p e a k e r . F r e s h visiting flooiw. of present day questions, would be ob. moat delightfully e n t e r t a i n e d a t the f r u i t and vegetables should be esiten Hope a l m o s t rushed t h e N o r m a l s off tained. The negative on t h e o t h e r M f r o m t h e c o ur t at t h e o p e n i n g of t h e h o n , e o f . A n n Telgenhof in Zeeland. in a b u n d a n c e , but the a v e r a g e person - A - C - h " " ' ' e n t e n IT. of Chicago h a n d held t h a t t h e S u p r e m e C o u r t original valentines eats f a r too m u c h protein. Dr. Wood a n ' ' w a a o n ' y n a r r o w l y d e f e a t e d by has acted wisely in t h e past, t h a t t h " second half, and when t h e Hilltoppers T h e writing of . . . . things. , „... Ot- f u r n i s h e d a g r e a t deal of e n t e r t a i n - advocated i h e e a t i n g of meat two. or , h e u - o f ' M i c h i g a n five t h i s year. present system is consistent with our were again able t/- notice tlpoby a n d V o n k m a n had registered m < ' " ' ! l n i ' "nlold talent was discover- t h r e e times a week, eggs occasionally, ^ " i i k i u ; i n c a r r i e d off h i g h scoring f o r m of g o v e r n m e n t , a n d t h a t p e r h o n o r s with five short tosses. Van sonal and Federal liberties a r e not a Held goal a piece a n d K i e m e r s m a ed ^ a'*t the s a m e time. ,R> "eif' r e s1h m e n t s- and s k i m m e d milk with every meal, were served by the F e b r u a r y c o m m i t L e n t e and R i e m e r s m a kept t h e F a r m - jeoparized. Various p n a s e s of legishad c h a s e d in two l o a f e r s and a foul Sex questions occupied most of t h e ^ 0 * 0 ,Ir. tee. MS at a s a f e d i s t a n c e f r o m t h e H o p e lative a c t s such a s child labor, a n d m a k i n g t h e c o u n t 25-0. H e a r n e and r e m a i n i n g time. A f t e r the m e e t i n g basket. —o prohibition w e r e to u ch ed u p o n . F o r r e s t counted as t h e period proK a n s a s State A g r i c u l t u r a l College m a n y r e m a i n e d to talk to Dr. Wood gressed. as did Y o n k m a n . Kleio obMany questions were raised by t h e -o— was t h e first A m e r i c a n College to . m ( 1 . l s k h e i . , | l I 0 s t i o n H tained a f r e e t h r o w , a n d Van L e n t e m e m b e r s of t h e a u d i e n c e and w e i e T h e University of Redlands, Cal., is establish a p e r m a n e n t course in t h e got a n o t h e r basket to his credit. F o r a n s w e r e d by m e m b e r s of the t e a m s . The Y. M. room was filled to over- p l a n n i n g to publish a h u m o r o u s m a g instruction of printing. T h i s is t a k e n Much e n l i g h t e n m e n t w a s given c o n rest scored f r o m the field, but a s he f r o m t h e s t u d y m a d e of j o u r n a l i s m in flowing. Even t h e window sills w e r e azine. Only one n u m b e r will be p r i n t c e r n i n g t h a t p h a s e of o u r g o v e r n had opened t h e scoring it was only the United States by Miss Izil Poison, forced into service as seats. ed this s e m e s t e r as an e x p e r i m e n t . fitting and p r o p e r t h a t Kleis s h o u l d m e n t . The following d e b a t e s a r e yet to be s t a g e d : close it with a goal f r o m t h e c o u r t . D

B o t h quints played h a r d and fast, and c o m p a r a t i v e l y clean. Hope s e e m ed a b l e to solve t h e T e a c h e r s ' defense, while t h e T e a c h e r s f o u n d t h e g o i n j h a r d on Hope's half of t h e court. Tlie N o r m a l s d e f e a t e d Valparaiso last week. We meet Valpo at least oin-e. and p e r h a p s a h o m e ^ a m e with Iiic lloosiers can !»«• a r r a n g e d . V o n k m a n e u p t u r e d high seoriiM A. h o n o r s again wltii f o u r field goal.:. l:it-tneisma counted t h r i e e ami Van A i . e n t e r a g e d two as did Irving and o t tipoby. Forrest g a r n e r e d f o u r 01 v/ K a z o o ' s six field c o u n t e r s , while H e a r n e tossed in the o t h e r two. T h i s victory make.? H o p e victorious irt eight out of ten g a m e s . The O r a n g e a n d Blue h a s only bowed to t h e Denver Tigers, travelling p r o f e s sionals and to Kazoo N o r m a l s las' v. eek. T h e R e s e r v e s easily t r i m m e d t h e Diirton H e i g h t s t e a m of G r a n d R a p ids 24-10. De F r e e and Hill w e r e the t to ^—(Top R o w ) — Misses Cornelia N e t t l n g a ; Mabel Xcinbuls, H e n r i e t t a Kelzer, W h l l e m l n a Sprlck, Nell a T a n Is. Amaiula Zwemer. (Second R o w ) — R u t h Van K e r s e n , J e a n K u y p c r . E t h e l N e w l a n d , Alice best p e r f o r m e r s . Scholtcn, I'idna Reevei*ts, Angellne ' P o p p e n . ( T h i r d H o w ) — A r d e e i i Van Areiulonk, M a r t h a B a r k e m a . J e a n U u i g h , J a n e t Albei-s, Anna B a r k e m a . L i n e u p s and S u m m a r y — HOPK—32 NORMALS—Hi Irving R. F Ruse tlpoby L.F Nyland W i t h t h e e n t h u s i a s t i c backing of and s p e a k i n g of the club in most fiatGloria Buzzi-Peccia Yonkman C Hearne t h e s t u d e n t body t h e Girls' Glee club Two soloists, M a r t h a B a r k e m a a n ! The s e c u l a r p r o g r a m will include; VanLente R. G Forrest Harris left f o r t h e i r E a s t e r n t o u r Ityst Mon- Cornelia Nettinga, with J e a n n e Silver Sleigh Bells Rlcmei'-sma L. G N. Jo-hnson T h e N i g h t H a s a T h o u s a n d Eyes.... day. As lthis m s ,is s l tnhee n first r a l t lt imme e a Hope K U , e w111 len<, Field G o a l s - F o r r e s t 4, H e a r n e 2. "»>'• " f ' '"" u reRdlnR8' Woodman 0 ,he Th<? ( lu, h n s y o n k m a n 4. n i e m e r s m a 3, Van L e n t e College Glee club h a s a t t e m p t e d such ^ • ' of r , a Z ^ p r e p a r e d several sacred compositions Ashes of R o s e s Woodman 2 Irving F r e e an u n d e r t a k i n g , it is an event in t h e ,, , . . . ,,, „ H 2, Ottipoby 2, Kleis. *" as well a s a l a r g e variety of s e c u l a r Morning Oley S p e a k s T h r o w s — K l e i s 1 In 2; Ottipoby 1 in history of t h e school. Many Hope music. Tr nh e i r r e p e r t o i r e includes t h e Cradle Song Brahms music, in 2* Van L e n t e 1 in 2, R i e m e r s m a 1 in a l u m n i in the East a r e eagerly look- . Evening Fox . following sacred selections: 1; R u s e 2 in 5, H e a r n e 2 in 6. Sub- ing f o r w a r d to t h e i r a r r i v a l . From F o r t h e convenience of t h o s e w h o s t i t u t l o n s Kleis f o r Irving, Nyland Rev. P a u l McLean, of Fultonvllle. N. •" ' wish to write to t h e girls, we a r e p u b f o r H e a r n e , V a n d e r Hoff f o r Nyland, Y., t h e Anchor received a c h u r c h bul- ^ "ath ^ Seen Gaul .n n n o t h e r s e o t l o n o t t h p ^ ^ A l b e r s f o r b t t i p o h y . R e f e r e e — J o h n - leton a n n o u n c i n g t h e c o m i n g event .Te.sus, t h e Very Thot of Thee....Brewer a l l s t o f t h e a d d r e 8 8 e s t 0 w h l c h m n n

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GOSPEL TEAMS REPORT SUCCESS CKD.AIl S P R I N G S AND K E X T CITV V I S I T E D BY H O P E I T K S A gospel t e a m composed of F r a n k lin H i n k a m p , leader, George D a m son, P e t e r De R u i t e r , W i l l i a m M a a t . Roy Natress. Oscar Hoikeboer, William Ver Hage a n d F r e d Olert wa& sent by t h e Y. M. C. A. to C e d a r Springs, Michigan f o r Sunday, Febr u a r y 1. T h e team left F r i d a y noon to give p r o g r a m s in Hie High school in t h e a f t e r n o o n and evening. On S a t u r d a y the t e a m went on a h i k e with t h i r t y of t h e high school boys. They r e t u r n e d in t i m e for a S a t u r d a y night mixer a t t h e C o m m u n i t y Hall. S u n d a y was a busy day f o r the t e a m T h e y had c o m p l e t e c h a r g e of t h e services in t h e two c h u r c h e s of t h e town in t h e m o r n i n g . William Ver H a g e and F r e d Olert t a u g h t S u n d a y School. F o r t h e a f t e r n o o n p r o g r a m , Mr. Metzger, Kent County Y. M. C. A. Secret a r y gave a sex t a l k to t h e boys and men. In t h e evening a union s e r vice of t h e two c h u r c h e s packed t h e Methodist c h u r c h . All t h e men gave personal testimony of t h e i r f a i t h . T h e

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1 here a r e m a n y accessories t h a t it is good f o r a college to have—fine T H E LAST W O R D buildings, g y m n a s i u m s , dormitories- but t h e r e a r e two t h i n g s t h a t a r e es"T.ie old order c h a n g e t h , y i e k h n g sential. T h e first is a c o m p e t e n t faoplace to new." ulty, and t h e second an a d e q u a t e li— T h e Passing of A r t h u r noses and guessing c h a r a d e s . R e l u c t l i a thing is a n institution, we a c A professor without a library to antly t h e y dispersed a s t h e wee s m a ' * cept it without t h i n k i n g . Probably wj1jcj1 ^ m a y r e f e r ihis s t u d e n t s Is h o u r s c a m e on. l ot one-fourch of the s t u d e n t s at like a m a n lecturing on a r t to a grouii o H o p e College h a v e ever stopped to . UUnA . of blind people. pfrmATVF'VT v a i i ' i t c w o n d e r Just w h a t o u r college weekly ' ' w l t h t h e incl.ea8ed n u m b e r of ref. is for. W h y s h o u l d one Of t h e s t u . . -7 —— ,v , „ erences on a n y s u b j e c t it is a b s o l u t e Occasionally one h e a r s a high d e n t s give six h o u r s or more a week 1.. i.„ r k r t a o i ui« . i, 1 ly impossible, both f r o m a financial school or college g r a d u a t e discussing of hi« time, and c a r r y besides a less n ^ . ., . . . . a n a a practical view, f o r a s t u d e n t to — s o m e t i m e s laughingly, sometimes detlnite but no less b u r d e n s o m e lor.cl b u y t h e b o o k 8 h e n e e d 8 F o r ex resentfHlly on the impracticublllty or of responsibil'ty a n d crltlcfcmi, In or- a m p l e > a s t u , i e n t o f L i t e r a t u r e m u s t der to edit o u r college p a p e r ? W n y h a v e a c c e 8 3 t 0 a l a r g e n u m b e r o f should t h e business m a n a g e r , t h e s u b - hnnira in nr-An* * nooKs in o r d e r to develop his taste, Rcrlptlon m a n a g e r and o t h e r m e m b e r s p r o b a b l y h e w o u l d n e v e r e a r e t o o w n

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'- „ , , „ . „ , . .. 0 " ^ e subject, and t h e s t u - k n o w l e d g e l 8 t h e f o r m u l a f o r H 2 0 . P r o b a b l y t h e m o s t obvious f u n c t i o n d e n t of science m u s t be u p to d a t e ; W h a t good did my e d u c a t i o n do m e ? of t h e college p a p e r is t h e c h r o n i c l i n g y e ^ scientific books a r e most e x p e n ,.rLft ^ , , T h u s begins t h e p e r e n n i a l a r g u m e n t of college events W h i l e t h e r e Is a fin- 8 l v e i a n d f e w 8 t u d e n t 8 c a n a f t o r d o n w h a t e d u c a t l o n l8 a n d g h o u l d b e cided d r a w b a c k h e r e owing to t h e f a c t t h a t . t h e n e w s is of necessity " s t a l e " before it can be printed, a , . . s t o r m of protest would greet t h e edit o r who dared leave out an a c c o u n t of a basketball g a m e or a debate; besides, w h a t would our m e m o r y b o o k s be w i t h o u t these c l i p p i n g s ? Those of us W'ho k e e p o u r Anchors will find in t h e m f r e s h r e m i n d e r s of o u r college days when we s h a l l have left t h e h a l l s of our A l m a M a t e r for ever. A n o t h e r p u r p o s e of t h e p a p e r is to keep this college in touch with o t h e r colleges. In a s m a l l and isolated college like Ho:)e t h e r e is g r e a t d a n g e r of provincialism—danger that the tides of s t u d e n t life and t h o u g h t m a y s u r g e round a b o u t without t o u c h i n g us. T h e college p a p e r can and s h o u l l prevent this to a large degree. Keeping the a l u m n i in touch w i t h t h e institution is a third duty. About two h u n d r e d a l u m n i subscribe to t h e p a p e r ; t h r u its columns they k e e p interested in H o p e ; they rejoice at h e r victories, see her def ects and conceive t h e i r remedies, and thrill With t h e electric c u r r e n t of her Ideals a n d aspirations. Then t h e college paper is our ambassador—our representative who yoes out to ill t h e world and s h o w s w h a t we a r e like. A well-edited, wellwritten, live publication indicates * progressive and interesting s t u d e n t body. But of all t h e functions of a college paper, n o n e can c o m p a r e vvJth t h e duty of expressing and elevating t h e t h o u g h t of t h e s t u d e n t r y . I d e a s grow by expression. An unapOk-m t h o t is usua'ly a h a l f - f o r m e d t h o t . T h e editorials. If well and t h o t f u l l y composed, ar-.* a n I m p o r t a n t m e a n s of expressing s t u d e n t t h i n k i n g ; but t h e y a r e most incomplete. At best, t h e y a r e i n d i v i d u a l expressions of coinmon t h o t ; at w o r s t , they a r e t h e c o m mon place Ideas of one individual. It Is In t h e c o l u m n s of t h e Student F o r -

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Last week Dr. Connell lectured on "Acres of D i a m o n d s " . H e h a s m a d e m o r e t h a n one million dollars on t h i s lecture a n d spends this money In helping y o u n g men in g e t t i n g a n e d ucation. On Feb. 5th t h e- New York IUIU MEETING WELL ATTENDED S y m p h o n y o r c h e s t r a , u n d e r t h e leador8 h i P of Mr. Damrosoh will give a An a p p r e c i a t i v e a u d i e n c e m e t in t h e concert. The P r y o r band plays every 1 . M. r o o m last Tuesday evening a f t e r n o o n and evening In t h e city w h e n Winfleld B u r g g r a a f , a S e n i o r at l)ark' on Sunday m o r n i n g t h e l o c a , Seminary, guided o u r t h o t s Hon. W . J . B r y a n t e a c h e s a S u n d a y In t h e discussion on "A T r u e Test oi ^ h o o l class in t h e p a r k a n d t h o u s - M a n h o o d . " T h e s p e a k e r considered an(lH of i,he t h e r People come to h e a r him. And n e negatively, s h o w i n g In 1 rnn asSur w h a t e you t h a t It Is a t r e a t to s p h e r e s It w a s n o t to be found ,,sten as to this g r e a t Bible s c h o l a r a n d c o m p l e t e In Itself. T h e t r u e test of exrel,e n t teacher. m a n h o o d lies not In t h e physlca'

Miami, Fla., F e b . 3, 1925 Dear Hopeites:—

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T H E ANSWERS: Gerrit Heemstra, '25:—

S p e a k i n g of a n Ideal t e a c h e r f r o m , m P 0 8 s l b l S f o r me to f o r g e t you. a„ social point df view I would say W h e n e v e r t h e local p a p e r and t h e t h a t he Is a n ideal g e n t l e m a n . H e is c h u , c h p a p e r s reach my desk, I And a n individual w h o haa a s t r o n g c h a r - o f a 1 1 I o o k f o r news f r o m Hope, a n d a c t e r and a p e r s o n a l i t y t h a t Is n a t u r - 11 P i u s e s me very m u c h to notice t h a t ally pleasing. H e believes In p r i n c i - y o u a r e c a r r y i n g on t h e good work ah pies «iju and tries find his h e in emains m c o to iu iiuu ma life m c in tino ••• t h e pa»t, a n d t h a t H o p e riciuaiiiH t r u e life of t h e g r o u p . He has the huto t h e principles of its f o u n d e r s , Ma m a n s y m p a t h e t i c feelings and g u i d e s y God's richest blessings be y o u r s In his s t u d e n t s in t h e i r l e a r n i n g r a t h e r the future. t h a n leads or f o r c e s t h e m . H e h a s a Since I have come to Miami, at d i f c e r t a i n t a c t to m e e t people a n d s i t u a - f e r e n t occasions meeting people f r o m tions. T h e ideal t e a c h e r is a b l e to different N o r t h e r n states, I find t h a t i-arry on a n i n t e r e s t i n g conversation H o p e has m a d e a n a m e f o r itself evl»ecause h e h a s a sense of h u m o r a n d a g e n e r a l k n o w l e d g e of t h i n g s t h a t m i g h t interest t h e people with w h o m he deals. H e can c a r r y on a n I n t e r e a t i n g r e c i t a t i o n b e c a u s e he knows t•v.i» h e 0siim<w u b j e c t ho he toanhoa t e a c h e s . Mo He Hnoa does nnt not

T h e Ladles* Adult Bible class a t tl'.ic he W mp il e hn a s elected m e aa w ihiiut e Tl eem its t e a c h e r . It has also been my privIlege to t e a c h a T e a c h e r s ' Training class f o r twelve weeks on G r e a t C h a r a c t e r s of the Old T e s t a m e n t . The w o n d e r f u l prosperity, w h i c h many people e n j o y — t h e o p p o r t u n i t i e s f o r e n j o y m e n t , s p o r t — a n d , sad to say

erywhere. A few days ago I met a man f r o m N e w Galtz, N. Y. F r o m t h e t i m e Dr, V e n e m a served our c h u r c h , he said, practically all our p a s t o r s were Hopeitps ites.

g a m b l i n g at horse-racing, dog racing, jai-lai games, etc. tend to lead people a w a y f r o m religion and t h e c h u r c h , hut still, t h a n k s be to God, t h e r e a r e t h o u s a n d s of people her© who flml t h e i r e n j o y m e n t In t h e w o r k of t h e

The s t e n o g r a p h e r at o u r office is a —o g r a d u a t e of a K e n t u c k y university. Sorosis Society W h e n I a s k e d her w h e t h e r s h e knew Rev. J . M. V a n d e r Meulen, D. D., s h e told me t h a t he p r e a c h e d t h e bacca- r , S ( , r o 8 1 s h e l ( 1 i t s re&ular meeting on l a u r e a t e s e r m o n for h e r class and t h a t ^ h u i 8 d a y e v e n i n g , Beb. 5th. T h e f o l " t h e y all fell in love with h i m . " lowing p o p u l a r m a g a z i n e p r o g r a m

; nor in t h e m e n t a l alone, alone : a n<l. uiune, ann, a as s s os omme e erroneoU8l r > t h i n k . In t h e religious oi 8 p , ^ , t u a , al o n e . 4 , It Is not the m a r k of a 111110 t o J u 8 t f o , I o w out t h e n a t u r a l lmpu,8efl ' w e m u s t work a g a i n s t certain ,nc,lna i t ons." Most people fall 8 h 0 r t in 0 n e of t he te8t8 a ' s mentioned a,)0ve ' n0r

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g r o w n to a city ot 70,000 people -in 28 „- - • " - e a r , a n d It is still g r o w i n g fast. It la bound to become one of t h e largest ^ cities in t h e South. T h o u s a n d s of peo- ^

t e a c h e s , f o r s o m e t i m e s a s t u d e n t ma> bluff his way w a y t h r o u g h class, but — a ii-hn r iems s u c h a thing t h i n e is to be t• e a c h e r w h o t ri pitied. In t h e second place he should be p y m p a t h e t i c . By t h i s T m e a n , ' h e m u s t be c o n s i d e r a t e , with a f r e e u n d e r s t a n d i n g of t h e d i f f e r e n t minds, he m u s t k n o w h o w to deal with each individual mind in t h e most s a t l s f a c t -

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FHANCES TATE. '25:— So m a n y a u t h o r i t i e s continually w r i t e a b o u t t h i s s u b j e c t , it s e e m s a hit out of place f o r a n y of t h e laity to p r o p r o s e t h e i r limited Ideas. H o w r 'tis t h e way of t h e world. To t h e g r e a t requisite of t h e Ideal Ler is t h a t ability to s t i m u l a t e and en in t h e pupil a love f o r t h e h t . T h e n alone does t h e in t h e best r e s p o n s e in m, w h i l e at t h e s a m e 1 lays f o u n d a t i o n s f o r i. N a t u r a l l y , to i n s p i r e t e a c h e r himself m u s t lief in t h e v a l u e of his lust be t h o r o u g h l y versed ^>ct; h e m u s t possess a n k n o w l e d g e of o t h e r s t u d nQSt love h u m a n k i n d and a b l e to u n d e r s t a n d his p u m u s t r a d i a t e personality; ho k e e n l y alive—finally h e m u s t c o n s t a n t sense of h u m o r .

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at, . . e r a g e t e m p e r a t u r e f o r J a n u a r y was 4. R e p o r t of 73 d e g r e e s ? ; Z r How we do c o n g r a t u l a t e ourselves on being h e r e when we read of t h e e x t r e m e l y cold w e a r n e r you a r e ex- t . I V h W U n , Solo:—Sec. O , , . . , v . n l e r 0 p e r l e n c i n g t h i s winter. Several peopie f r o m Holland a r e h e r e a t presOhio University will distribute 7,c n t , and o t h e r s a r e p l a n n i n g to come. 000 handbills, on which a r e printed We enjoyed t h e pleasure of meetln., five r u l e s f o r better s p o r t s m a n s h i p a t Mr. a n d Mrs. A. H. Meyer, Mr. an-. b a s k e t ball games, at their next Mrs. J . Kloote, Mr. a n d Mrs. J. H. g a m e . These a r e on•* courtesy, — rules —~ uco.y, of W a u p u n ,. Wis., t r u e fairness, hissing, s m o k i n g a n d Landaai the f r i e n d s of Hope, and p a r e n t s of s o m e r i g h t of t h e coach to do t h e c o a c h of H o p e ' s g r a d u a t e s a n d s t u d e n t s . Ing. They a r e enjoying M i a m i ' s b e a u t i f u l c l i m a t e to t h e i r h e a r t s ' content. Last week t r a i n s w e r e delayed on a c c o u n ; | f of floods in Georgia. On one day ten t r a i n s pulled in c a r r y i n g 8,000 visitors f o r Miami. Miami h a s direct steamboat connections with New York, I can P h i l a d e l p h i a and B a l t i m o r e . safely say t h a t here a r e at least 80,000 tourists h e r e f r o m t h e N o r t h . And t h i s n u m b e r Is still Increasing. Hotel r o o m s and a p a r t m e n t s a r e filled, n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g t h e high rents people R e a l estate is bea r e forced to pay. i n g gold at e n o u r m o u s prices, and m a n y people h e r e h a v e become rich ; b u y i n g a n d selling lots, h o u s e s n n ( i acreage. T h e c h u r c h e s a r e crowded twice every Sunday. Last S u n d a y s t a n d i n g r o o m v a s at a p r e m i u m In t h e W h i t e T e m p l e (M. E. c h u r c h ) t h e a u d i e n c e n u m b e r e d a b o u t 20a0. W e h a v e t h e privilege of h e a r i n g t h e g r e a t e s t orators of t h e c o u n t r y .

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