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. Keep ^ up' the Faculty Committee, Al m on T. are to choose the associate editors. In a preliminary between Hope Re- Godfrey, not later than February subject to the approval of the class.

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. P » supported by the clever passing have all individual Friday nipht the Hope five staged a of the rest of the team, told the tale, mediately or sooner. little eye opener f o r the teachers. In As f a s t as they f e d him the balls, he p other words, they exposed them to a dropped them in. Zion didn't fall unique sort of an education course, easily tho. In f a c t they even produced From the first whistle, until the very a rule book and sought to instruct

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her share of bumps but also her allot- ed the Reserves victors to the tune of members of the Ulfilas Society. 27—17. Hope Mt. Pleasant, Ottipoby F Francis Irving F.. Calkins Yonkman C McCracken Riemersma G Le Cronier Joldersma. ..G Beddon Field goals—Ottipoby 3, Jonkman 2, Riemersma, Le Cronier 2, Zeigler 2, Francis, Mc Cracken. Foul g o a l s — I r v i n g 5 out of 6; Calkins 1 out of 4.

President—Frederick Stegerda. Vice-Pres.—Marian Van Vessen. Secretary—Grace Gardei.

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last toss of the ball, the g a m e w a s the referee but Van Lente wouldn't Wednesday night the 7th of Feb. f a s t and furious. Hope certainly got be convinced and the final score show- was ' an eventful evening f o r th'i ment of baskets. Hardly had the g a m e started when Normal called time out and made a substitution. A g a i n the ball was put in play only to be stopped by a foul and "Chief." Normal missed the shot and, preliminaries and introductions over, the g a m e began in real earnest. With quick and accurate p a s s i n g and close guarding the play became f a s t e r and f a s t e r until Fred, seeing the ball as it rolled merrily along the floor,

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the first time in its history did tho members decide to give a mid-winter entertainment, although manydoubted whether they would be able to g e t a large number of people out on account of the great number of entertainments offered throughout the year. But early in the evening the doubters doubted their doubts, because a large number of students and citizens of Holland began to occupy the s e a t s in the chapel.

loyal ladies witnessed the upper-classmen clash to the tune of Chief's whistle. With vim, vigor and a grim determination, they hurled the berry about. Percussions and tumbles were frequent, many shots were misplaced, but the contest, flavored w i t h roughness, raged o n . ' Though the Juniors put up a g a m e fight—Japinga led his assistants, in a steady march to victory—the final count being 18—4.

cut short its wanderings and by a Substitutions—Van Lente f o r JonkThe meeting was called to order short shot, started the scoring f o r man, Zeigler f o r Francis, Shoalwater by Mr. J. Minnema, ex-president of

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Hope. A t this Normal g o t excited for Zeigler, Zeigler f o r Calkins, Cale society. A f t e r a f e w words of T l l J m n n A \ T T I I T O but only succeeded in being called f o r kins for Zeigler, Francis for Shoal- welcome, in which he briefly out- k j W k K N l j N I A V 1 1 1 1 X 1 1 M a foul which George tossed over for water. lined the activities of the organizaHope's third point. This g a v e Chief o tion, a psalm w a s sung. Rev. H e e m stra offered the idea so he slipped one and Fred H O P E COLLEGE O R C H E S T R A TO Player. Mr. Schermcr followed suit. T i m e out f o r Normal G I V E CONCERTS read a very interesting paper on the and we couldn't s a y we blame them, _ life of Abraham Lincoln, which w a s 0 ^ you, w i t h the score 7 - 0 ? Their conference seemed to have been suec e s s f u l since before things had really

Orchestra m a n a g e m e n t is com- 1 ' o l l o w e d by a quartet composed of W a M e s s r s - M o o r ' C u P e r y . W.ierenga and p!etin); the arr3ngementa • Kots. Mr. A r n o y s had charge of f concerts in Grand Hqvpn The

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Uljil I v U J u i f l l j R —o— EMERSONIAN SOCIETY HOLDS A N N U A L M I D W I N T E R STAG, .. . T ? " .. Evening bpenr m ' f e a s t i n g and

s t a r t e d , Le Croiner.tore down the 7 u Z e o n Z t Z R a ' d s w i t h l h e b u d ^ which contained a numdaughter. \ floor in a regular line s m a s h and i n t h e n e x t t w o m o n t h s _ oer of original jokes. Prof. R a a p " O " J The re 0 n Monda ended a sensational dribble with a s p o n s e s t o t h e 0 r c . h e s t r a . s o v a t i o n s had been requested to give an ady evening, Feb. {W t h e , neat short shot. Tbis proved to be h a v e b e e n i n e v 1847." In k m e r s o m a n Hopeites enjoyed aBottier c a s e m o s t f a v o r _ dress on "The Spirit of sta Normal's s t a r play. In f a c t they lik- a b l e j j n f a c t t h e r e i s a n a f r r e e a b l e his discourse he vividly pictured to a n n u a l gWith examinbtkms id it-so w e l l that w e think they would j e s j ^ o n t h e ' p a r t o f t h e s e c i t i e s t o us the spirit of the people of ttw S o n e a n d f o r g o t t e n , this w a s ah ideal have repeated it but "Yake" objected h e a r f r o m H o p e i n s o m e d i r e c t f o r m Netherlands with which t h e y w e r e t i m e f o r t h e e v e n t ; Several (alumni

and stopped him not, however, without •being called for t w o personal fouls, both of which Calkins missed. That w a s your good luck B i l l , n - e s t - c e p a s ? A t this s t a g e in the game some exc.ted Mt. Pleasant man, in his hurry to nab the ball, missed it altogether and connected with Bean's eye Time out f o r Hope but B e a n s was having too

Orchestra has worked a n i m a t e , d during the e i g h t y years of w e r e Present to aid the m e f r u n e n t w a r with Spain and ^ " n g the w a r s o f t h e evening. The social oOmmita r e p U t a t j o n i t i s peculiarly fitted F r a n c e and Mr Sher w i t h England, besides t e e n o b l y responded to "mess call,-' to perform this function the continual fight t h e y had to put s e r v i n K t h e f o l l o w ^ m e n u : m a n Tuller has been directing the ^ "P a g a i n s t the w a t e r s of the North The Red Sea. hearsals in s o m e concentrated and o t m a c Pebbles Prof. Raap also brought out f ° Kazoo Kane 57 c a r e f u l w o r k o n s o m e o f t h e b e s t c l a s . Sea. Irlsh Fr( State A the f a c t that that spirit was not * ™ o u r a n d Cosical selectionS( and the results are with anything less than H a w a i i a n Medleys m o s t e n c o u r a g i n g T h e m a n a g e m e n t satisfied Ireedom of consciousness, and the D a k o t a Laminations Brazilian Bevo PYnppf_ vor,. N o w

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HOPE DEBATING TEAMS TO BATTLE ALMA HERE AND KAZOO T H E R E ; F I R S T O F TRIANGULAR DEBATES Hope Out T o Win. Friday night, Feb. 16, t h e lid of the Hope d e b a t i n g season will be lifted. Alma will visit Hope w i t h a determination to wipe out the m e m o r y of her double d e f e a t l a s t year. Kalamazoo is still grinning over the unexpected triumph in the last dual debate, but our men promise that t h i s grin will come in contact with a formidable array of argument on Friday evening. The Triangular debate will be a spirited one and it is up t o the s t u dent body to help its debaters win. It is rather a difficult t a s k f o r s i x men to d e f e a t the combined forces of two of the best c o l l e g e s in t h e state, without being given even t h e support of their o w n school. The past f e w y e a r s our debaters h a v e f e l t the lack of interest s h o w n on your part but in spite of the f a c t we are indebted to them f o r their enviable record. This y e a r it is necessary f o r ' u s to show our t e a m s that we are behind t h e m . Let's "talk up" debating on t h e campus. Make it known to your f e l l o w s t u dent that he is expected i n chapel Friday night. Invite y o u r friends and the public to witness an e v e n t t h e y should not miss. T h e debate deals with a question each and e v e r y thinking American citizen ought to consider. The proposition for consideration is resolved: That the U . S. should immediately join the L e a g u e of N a tions. The affirmative team, Simon Heemstra, H a r v e y De Weerd, and Jerry De Vries will defend the proposition a t home; while t h e trip t o Kalamazoo will be made b y Julius Van Eenam, Jack Prins and Irvin Borgman. Hopeites All out! Secret Service—Feb. 21.

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7,00-8:00—Oratorio Practise. Lecture course number—Laurant. Feb. 15—Thursday. 5:00-6:00—Y. W. in charge of t h e Missionary Committee. Basket-ball—Hope vs. Calvin, at home.

Feb. 16—{Friday. 4:45-6:00—Orchestra Practise. 5:00-6:00—Student Volunteer Meeting. 5:00-6:00—Home ing.

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Debates—Affirmative debates A l m a a t home. N e g a t i v e debates Kazoo there. Feb. 17—Saturday. 10:00-10:30—Chorus Practise, Delphi—^'Gentlemen's N i g h l " Feb. 19—Monday.

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Mexico and t o work w i t h M e x i c a n The better understanding between s t u d e n t s t o g e t first hand i n f o r m a n a t i o n s is i m p o r t a n t a s w e l l a s inJ u s t a s the sun w a s s e t t i n g Thurs- tion about t h e M e x i c a n republic a s t e r e s t i n g , f o r it s e r v e s t h e purpose day a f t e r n o o n , the ."Y" g i r l s m e t a whole a n d to e s t a b l i s h f r i e n d l y re- of i n c r e a s i n g t h e k n o w l e d g e about Pibllthtd ev^ry Wedneaday during tha Oolbetween the students of the world and a l s o the p u r p o s e of int o g e t h e r to be, "Comrades", under l a t i o n s laft yaar by atudenta of Hopa Oollaffa. Mexico and t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s . Then it c r e a s i n g t h e s y m p a t h y and relationthe leadership of the "Prep" girls. It w a s a very unique m e e t i n g , f o r is t h e h o p e of Mr. K e l s e y t h a t t h i s s h i p b e t w e e n them. N o w - a - d a y s a n y BOARD OF EDITORS we had in our midst, The Girl Re- spirit of f r i e n d s h i p will spread to national Dan W. De Graff Editor-in-Chief problem m a y become to Joan Vandtr Spak Aisociate Editor serves, of Holland H i g h School. Cor- other s t a t e s . s o m e e x t e n t a n international cpesHarold Damatra .Aaaoclate Editor nelia N e t t i n g a s a n g , "The M a s t e r tion. The R u s s i a n B o l s h e v i s m , the e v e r y t h i n g on his mind. Rntk PaUagrom Campus News A P P L E P I E vs. F E E B L Y . N e a r E a s t , and the Pacific are the W e believe t h a t o u t s i d e a c t i v i t i e s P a s s e t h By," in such a w a y t h a t all Paarl Paalman Campus Naws g r e a t e s t q u e s t i o n s of t o d a y . A m o n g are e s s e n t i a l f o r t h e m a k i n g of a the g i r l s f e l t the M a s t e r really p a s s Ntf) a Kcfla Exchange Hist! W h e n c e c o m e s t h a t h e a r t y t h o s e the l a s t one is a t t r a c t i v e to us, ing into our circle. E v e r y girl k n e w well-balanced' c o l l e g e man, and he Swantlna Do Toung Alumni j u s t a little more about the Girl Re- l a u g h t e r , t h o s e g i g g l e s , t h a t "gol", b e c a u s e A m e r i c a and China are in Konnoth Van Lonto Athlotdcu w h o has a chance to p a r t a k e of W h a t is the c a u s e t h e i m p o r t a n t s i t u a t i o n o n t h e t w o Harray Da Waerd Jokes t h e m m a y be c o n g r a t u l a t e d . But if s e r v e s , a f t e r t h e y had repeated t h e i r and t h a t "oh"? W h y , c o a s t s of the P a c i f i c , and h a v e m a n y Then H a r r i e t Heneveld and of all t h i s c a c h i n n a t i o n ? it is such a n e s s e n t i a l t h i n g to col- creed. BUSINESS DEF)AETMENT that p a r t y at Table B, of course! i n t e r e s t s in c o m m o n . T h i s is w h y I Jerry Da Vrlas» Business Hanagei l e g e l i f e w h y should t h e c olle ge be Hazel Lokker in a v e r y i n t e r e s t i n g William Zoerner Circulation Manager w i l l i n g to l e t a f e w m e n have all w a y explained the "Blue Triangle", A double c e l e b r a t i o n at that, f o r think you w i s h me to s a y s o m e t h i n g and R o s e N a d - about our s t u d e n t s . and its purpose. H e a l t h , K n o w l e d g e , F l o r e n c e Klow's Terms $1.60 par year in aufrance the b e n e f i t ? Hope h a s about five herny's birthdays. B u t t h a t isn't t h e Y e t it is n o t e a s y to g i v e one g e n Single Copiaa Five Cents hundred s t u d e n t s and c e r t a i n l y t h e r e and Purpose, the m e a n i n g of t h e only c a u s e . There are those j o k e i , three sides of the t r i a n g l e are dedican be f o u n d a m o n g t h e i r r a n k s eral description of our s t u d e n t s w h o Aocepted for Mailing at Special Rate of postage provided for in Section 1108, Act more t h a n a f e w w h o are both will- cated to Christ, b e c a u s e H e is t h e i r those stories, e s p e c i a l l y those "Ap- are s o g r e a t in number and diversity. •f October. 1917, authorised October 10, ing and able to do t h i n g s . The trou- m o s t loyal f r i e n d and helps t h e m ple Pie" and " F e e b l y " stories, t h o s e E v e n those s c h o l a r s like Dr. J o h n 1918. with which everyone h a s D e w e y and Dr. ble is t h a t when a man h a s once reach toward the best, see the beau- riddles Bertrand Russell, such a t i m e and which require so t i f u l , and find good in the ugly. come to the f o r e g r o u n d as a leader w h o w e r e invited to s t a y in China much t h o u g h t and meditation s o A l i c e Ihrman g a v e us a "heart t o he is t h o u g h t of a s the only m a n and g i v e lectures, have d i f f e r e n t obfor all t h i n g s . If w e would only heart" talk on how to be real c o m - t h a t at t i m e s we a l m o s t f o r g e t t o servations, but t h e y all a g r e e d t h a t W e are c o m r a d e s in f u n , eat. All t h e s e help to keep us in a the Chinese s t u d e n t s are g i v e s o m e o t h e r s a chance w e would rades. "hopeful, good humor. T h a t isn't all w e h a v e w h y not in s e r v i c e ? E a c h inspires be a m a z e d to s e e w h a t t h e y are able ambitious, d i l i g e n t , and peaceful." at our parties, but there's t h e "eats". the other. Can we not f o l l o w Christ ? to do. A m a n m u s t be g i v e n th^ N o w if we w a n t to g e t a clear confidence of a g r o u p and then t h e r e Then we will be c o m r a d e s to e v e r y That delicious* salad, and, oh boy! idea of this s u b j e c t we h a v e to unice-cream, too! One thing you one. is no l i m i t to his ability. d e r s t a n d the historical !background SPEAKING OF READING. The little welcome speech of u a n t j ; 0 be sure to do is to ask Jack first. Is our present s y s t e m of distri-, The opinion of t h e Chinese h a s P e e l e n about t h a t "Apple " P i e " Joan's j u s t added t h e final touch to bution t h e b e s t f o r t h e e x i s t i n g orbeen c h a n g n g rapdly during the p a s t story, which has become so f a m o u s , our splendid m e e t i n g and each H i g h o r g a n i z a t i o n s ? Is it f a i r to the r e s t Y e s , it is true t h a t A b r a h a m Linthirty years. All the new movecoln b e c a m e a g r e a t man w i t h only of the school to deprive t h e m of School, Prep, and College girl went and if you don't quite g e t the point, m e n t s of the r e f o r m a t i o n are mereIs it a w a y w i t h the f e e l i n g t h a t Y. W. you'd b e t t e r ask J o a n Vander Spek, l y the reaction of the a f e w books a t his disposal but if p r i v i l e g e s w h i c h are t h e i r s ? intercourse she m i g h t be able to help you out. he had had a c c e s s to a collection of right to t h e individual w h o is e x - was the b e s t place on T h u r s d a y f r o m w i t h f o r e i g n countries, w h o f o r t h e If you w a n t s o m e f u n , c o m e to table five to six. books such a s w e have in our College pected to g i v e up e s s e n t i a l s for his e x p a n s i o n of t h e i r imperialism and B, when y o u e a t at the dorm. That's colonial Just a Library and in the City Library, do too n u m e r o u s a c t i v i t i e s ? aggression, have treated where you'll find P E P . you suppose he would h a v e limited little s e e d f o r t h o u g h t ! Could not China in such a s h a m e f u l w a y . By Y. M. C. A . o • himself to a c e r t a i n n u m b e r ? That some sort of honorary credit s y s the opium w a r of 1840, which w a s The m e e t i n g of the Y. M. last TuesN o t e — The f o l l o w i n g is a l i t e r a r y w a g e d f o r prohibiting t h e importais j u s t w h e r e i n t h e difference lies! tem be inaugurated and t h e n l i m i t day e v e n i n g w a s of the splendid devo- number which Mr .Chiu has w r i t t e n H e r e a t H o p e w e have a library the s t u d e n t s to a c e r t a i n number of tion of opium f r o m India, China l o s t tional type. William H i l m e r t , the ap- for a S o c i e t y p r o g r a m . c o n s i s t i n g of about 25,000 volumes. such credits in a s e m e s t e r ? This H o n g k o n g to G r e a t Britain, opened pointed leader b e i n g ill, E r n e s t Van H o w m a n y of t h e m h a v e y o u read, would tend t o w a r d a b e t t e r distrifive ports, A m o y , Ninpo, Foochow, D e n Bosch spoke on the topic "A Bud- T H E O P I N I O N O F T H E C H I N E S E e x c l u s i v e of t h e so-called "required bution and we believe it would be Canton, and S h a n g h a i to f o r e i g n g e t of Time." STUDENTS REGARDING reading"? P e r h a p s y o u have never f o r the b e t t e r m e n t of t h e individual, t r a d e r s , and paid $21,000,000 a s a AMERICANS. J u s t a s w e keep a n outline in mind * even been in t h e s t a c k room and the o r g a n i z a t i o n , and Hope. w a r indemnity. Germany in 1897 f o r our financial e x p e n d i t u r e s , so don't realize w h a t a t r e a t i s still in the B a y of Kiao-'Chow in " S a y Chiu, China is a c o u n t r y s e i z e d m u s t we have in mind an outline as to store f o r y o u if y o u will only reach "OUR F O O L O S O P H E R " . how our daily time o u g h t to be spent. rich in m i n e s and one of the coal S h a n t u n g Province f o r no other out and t a k e it. T h i s y e a r especialreason than r e v e n g e f o r the murder We cannot understand Dr. N y - E v e r y Y m a n p r e s e n t w a s impressed mines, if opened, would be e n o u g h ly t h e library h a s added to i t s coltwo German missionaries in w i t h the fitting budget f o r a day's to u s e f o r the w h o l e world f o r a of lection a g r e a t m a n y splendid books, kerk's idea of b r i n g i n g a m a g i c i a n China. It w a s this t h a t caused one thousand years*. I s it t r u e ? " " D o e s books t h a t will do j u s t a s much f o r here on Valentine's D a y . Cupid is ma- actviity a s "Ernie" p r e s e n t e d it. There f a m i n e o f t e n occur in C h i n a ? " "Do of the difficulties in t h e P e a c e Conyou as a n y one of your c o l l e ge gician e n o u g h , but to bring Laurant is a d a n g e r with m o s t of our b u d g e t s live in such m a n n e r and e a t f e r e n c e and t h e recent W a s h i n g t ^ ? to help him may c r e a t e s o m e heart- t h a t we g i v e too much t i m e to recrea- you courses. Conference and served by chance to tion and social a c t i v i t i e s and only a quickly w i t h c h o p s t i c k s a s w h a t w e I s your education g o i n g to be f e l t results. increase the friendship between h a s t y ten m i n u t e s f o r devotion to s a w in the m o v i e ? " "Do the Chinese measured by doing o n l y " w h a t you 1 students study American h i s t o r y , A m e r i c a and China. B e s i d e s thesi God. A n d not only m u s t w e have a F o o l o s o p h y has t h e problem of are told to do"? Is y o u r reading geography and s c i e n c e ? " "Is i t two. China l o s t Liukin, F o r m o s a and g o i n g to be limited by "what you "the m e a n s or the end" t h i s week. daily budget, but a l s o a y e a r l y budto Russia, true, a s a c e r t a i n m i s s i o n a r y f r o m Kore ato J a p a n , A m u r are required to read"? Or are you If a m a l e f r e s h m a n r e c e i v e s a per- g e t , and e x p e c i a l l y a l i f e budget is A m o y told us, t h a t t h e Chinese car- A n a m to F r a n c e , and Burma to E n g . g o i n g to s t r i k e o u t f o r y o u r s e l f and f u m e d letter is it the m e a n s or is it ocessary. land. R i g h t to the present time X r . K e l s c y , the S t a t e Student Sec- penters, k e e p i n g one tin can inside f o r m j u d g m e n t s and t a s t e s of your the b e g i n n i n g or s i g n of the end ? Tibet, Manchuria, and Y u n n a n are retary of the Y. M. C. A. w a s present their coats, s q u e e z e the p a i n t w h e n o w n ? The Anchor will publish f r o m of are e m p l o y e d in p a i n t i n g ? " still the v i c t i m s of a g g r e s s i o n Well, t h e r e is t h i s difference in and also addressed the Y. Mr. K e l s e y t h e y time to t i m e a list of t h e n e w books E n g l a n d , J a p a n , and F r a n c e respecpresidents. Pres. Burton showed that a l t h o u g h the l i f e of J e s u s These are the q u e s t i o n s t h a t I o f in t h e Library and also a l i s t of college t W i t h such a h i s t o r y of inten heard since I came here. I ively. books e s p e c i a l l y recommended f o r de- g o e s in a s m o k e r s o t h a t w h e n he was m o s t strenuous, he always* took could not a n s w e r t h e m in a f e w justice, do y o u n o t think it is natural l i g h t f u l reading. S o m e of u s boast comes out he will "smell like a t i m e to pray. He needed much comChina to run to nationalism, words because t h e y are partly truo f o r of b e i n g broad-minded, but h o w can man." Pres. D i m n e n t s t a y s out l e s t munion with God, and how much more and the anti-foreign and p a r t l y wrong. I t is not m y sub- militarism, we be if w e haven't a broad know- people think he b e l o n g s to "the hod- therefore do w e need daily c o m m u n i o n m o v e m e n t ? with our heavenly F a t h e r ! A n o t h e r ject to d i s c u s s t h o s e questions nor l e d g e of world e v e n t s and people ? carriers union." So a f t e r t h e Opium W a r China important power in the life of J e s u s to criticize t h o s e m i s s i o n a r i e s w h o Spend fifteen m i n u t e s a d a y with cannot read the Chinese books, . w a s alarmed by the E u r o p e a n a g E x a m p l e of president's l o g i c : to w a s his expression "I m u s t . " He said the best literature and m a g a z i n e s g r e s s i o n and b e g a n to m a k e f r i e n d s of H i m never lived a real Chinese life, and and your e n t i r e a t t i t u d e t o w a r d l i f e be a m a n a person m u s t s m e l l like "I M U S T work the w o r k s yet are i n t e r e s t e d in the bad points with J a p a n w i t h whom w e expected belongs to "the hod-carriers t h a t send me. The t i m e c o m e t h w h e n will be changed. Let's t a k e advan- he of c h e c k i n g t h e of the Chinese life. But f r o m t h i s the cooperation t a g e of our opportunities! union." no man can work." Christ not only w h i t e influence in Asia. Our military fact we m a y know that: prayed, but He also worked. We, too, o s y s t e m w a s c h a n g e d to t h e J a p a n e s e S T U D E N T ACTIVITY. Some y o u n g w o m e n g i v e the im- should have more of t h e "I M U S T " pression t h a t if a m a n e v e r . con- f o r c e . d r i v i n g us on, e n d e a v o r i n g f o r In. a c o l l e g e of Hope's size out- vinces t h e m i t will be a g a i n s t their Him w h o continually s u s t a i n s and upside a c t i v i t i e s are n u m e r o u s and will.—To which m a y be replied, as holds us. s e e m to become more numerous as observed on the c a m p u s , s o m e men It has been evident during this y e a r time g o e s on. E v e r y organization convince some of t h e m a g a i n s t their t h a t m a n y of the f e l l o w s , especially 'HE Vice-President of a great life insurance and associatiort needs its officers, (the men's) will. of the Preparatory and Freshmen company who began his career as an agent some of t h e m requiring particular c l a s s e s are not a v a i l i n g t h e m s e l v e s of has this to say to seniors who are about to ability while o t h e r s hold office priAnd some don't do any convincing the opportunity of a t t e n d i n g the Y graduate from college; m a r i l y b e c a u s e t h e y are popular in at all. m e e t i n g s . Come out. F e l l o w s ! A t the " If you love work and desire to pursue an honorable, t h e i r group. Office h o l d i n g is not Y y o u are sure to receive l a r g e reuseful and lucrative mission in life this is the business a l t o g e t h e r repelling until an individJ u d g i n g by the w e a t h e r w e are turns f o r every m o m e n t y o u put in. for you to take up. Life insurance salesmanship offers ual is loaded down so h e a v i l y t h a t g e t t i n g , t h e ground h o g m u s t h a v e a fine field for the energies of the splendid young men It is one hour of devotion each week he c a n no l o n g e r do j u s t i c e to his slipped on the ice and l a n d i n g on his in our colleges. t h a t no one can afford to m i s s . school-work. "That this is true is demonstrated by those college men eyebrows, blinded his eyes. o w h o have taken up life insurance for they have shown A r e we distributing t h e offices of OUR RELATION TOWARD that the college man is fit for this kind of a job and our o r g a n i z a t i o n s p r o p e r l y ? If w e There w a s a time w h e n w e could that the job also is fit for the college man. MEXICO look about w e can a l w a y s pick out tell which instructors w e r e ill by ob"The work of the life insurance salesman is distinguished Wednesday morning at Joint , a f e w leaders in c o l l e g e w h o are bur- s e r v i n g w h o w e r e a t chapel. by independence and opportunity for directing his own. chapel, Mr. Kelsey, s t a t e student It gives all possible opportunity for individual initiative dened w i t h so m a n y insignificant o secretary of the Y. M. C. A., preand a chance to make an ample income at an age when t h i n g s t h a t t h e y are obliged to s e n t e d to us v e r y clearly, in a s h o r t most fellows are struggling o n a wage pittance*'* cut in on e s s e n t i a l s . A s t u d e n t sureF r e s h m e n g i r l s are a s k i n g if short talk, the situation a s i t e x i s t s in That is the story of one who began at the bottom and ly . a p p r e c i a t e s t h e t r u s t t h a t t h e skirts are becoming. Mexico. Mr. K e l s e y h a s had f o u r reached the top without the help of a college educastudent body puts in him. Yet, Yes, girls they are becoming teen years experience in work tion. The advantages are with you who graduate should t h e r e not be a l i m i t ? Will- longer. a m o n g the people of Mexico. H e from college. Before deciding your career make ini n g n e s s to serve, alone, d o e s n o t help pictured t h e situation of the ' stuquiries of the "Agency Department." a man in his e x a m i n a t i o n s . A colA member of t h e f a c u l t y inquires dents of t h a t country, p o i n t i n g o u t l e g e man's interest primarily shouH w h e t h e r a m a n w h o dies under t h e w h a t our r i g h t r e l a t i o n s toward our be centered around his studies, but Coue m e t h o d becomes deader and f e l l o w - s t u d e n t s in Mexico should be quite o f t e n w e find a man who is deader. To bring about this spirit of intercompelled t o g i v e more of his time nationalism he outlined the plan M to outside activities than t o his S t u d e n t s — T h e M i l e s t o n e S t a f f m u s t t h a t t h e Michigan s t u d e n t Y. M. C. •e INSURANCE COMPANY studies. I s . t h a t r i g h t ? H a v e we a have- all individual pictures i m - A. a s s o c i a t i o n is planning. There is OF B O S T O N . 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P o w e r s . I a m sorry to s a y t h a t elimination of t h e conflict c o n c e r n i n g China needs your help but a f a c t is the Pacific q u e s t i o n s , and t h e aboli-

icans while the notorious and g r e e d y ambition of the P o w e r s is inculcated, A l l this is t h e opinion r e g a r d i n g A m e r i c a n s f r o m t h e political point of

Phone 2 3 7 9 •

traders were supplying the •

a f a c t . N o w the boys and girls are tion of the A n g l o - J a p a n e s e Alliance, told about the r i g h t e o u s n e s s of A m e r - A l t h o u g h a s our opinion, f r o m t h e

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public A m e r i c a is the friend, the only p r e a c I l i n ^ t h e Christian precepts of • friend of her, and the f r i e n d s h i p is c h a r i t y ' u n s e l f i s h n e s s , purity and I well known t hr oughout the country. temperance, the g o v e r n m e n t officials •

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9 E. 8th St.

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SHOE,STORE 14 WEST OTH ST.

Goods called for and delivered Phone 1528 H. MEENGS, Prop.

Christianity^ has been t h e * . hameless tain number of s t u d e n t s to A m e r i c a ^ i m m o r a l i t y and cruelty e x hlblted e v e r y y e a r with t h a t money. Therethe European officials and • f o r e since t h e b e g i n n i n g of the Re- ^ r a d e 8 - " W ^ i l e the m i s s i o n a r y was *

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y o u h a v e , but it's hard • t0 c onvmce\ h the h e a t h e n s . Let m e j u s t : read a ^"otation f r o m Haye's h i s t o r y : • ^or

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honor to t h e A m e r i c a n f l e e t s f o r t h e return of t h a t indemnity w h i c h y o u should have. The m o n e y w a s re-

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m have to trace a g a i n to t h e indemnity. ? uch ap- { rec a e J u s t a f e w y e a r s before the Revolu- P ' t d and only the A m e r i c a n m i s - ! tion, w h e n I w a s in the p r i m a r y N o n a r i e s deserve the respect of our J

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school, a national c e l e b r a t i o n w a s held in A m o y , China by our g o v e r n m e n t in

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the Chinese t a n s to w i n China f o r Christ. B y missionar A m e r i c a n s . M a n y of his f o l l o w e r s are y w o r k w e mean first of a11 t h e s c h o o l s g r a d u a t e s of A m e r i c a n universities and then the churches, and a l s o f r i e n d s of yours. The reason ''' le hospital rather than benevolence,

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97-99 E. 8th S t .

best

a n d

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y- * This s h o w s how t h e y like you. i If y o u are not tired, I w i s h to s a y !

w a s c o n t e m p o r a r y to t h e second N e a r Kastern W a r of T u r k e y ) . Dr. Sun Y e t Sen, Leader of the Revolution

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Th ^us' e y a l s o think t h a t y o u i have the g e n i u s of n e w invention e x - •

A n o t h e r result of the f o r e i g n pres- S O n l e m o r e a b o u t t h e i r 0 P i n i 0 n regard- J sure re w a s t h e Revolution of 1911 w h i c h ' n K < '' le ^ l l t ' u r e ' ^ f e w d a y s a g o I w a s • w a s s u c c e s s f u l in the n e x t .year (and a s k e t l t h i s q u e s t i o n : "What are t h e *

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trade policy a s she needs it. B u w h a t is the reason t h a t China h f n v n r ail — • , , w u * l l v w i n a t one bottle of C0StS 110(5 a n d o n e sacrifice h e ^ h o m f ^ ^ Package the beSt E n g l i s h , Three good of t h e C i ? T ^ the ' Castled good ^ the f o r e i g n t r a d e r s ? T h e c i g a r e t t e s c o s t s only 1 0 cents in ChTna

Concerning t h e n a t u r e of A m e r i c a n s

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and hold the protective tariff or th

t h e i m a g i n a r y picture of the g r e e n c a p f r e s h m e n d o . n g serv.ce in t h e ca m p u s a l w a y s a p p e a r in their minds w h e n t h e y are r e a d i n g the books relati n g t o your country. T h e y are internler e s t e d in s t u d y i n g s o m e t h i n g about y o u because it is the natural result of a t -

i. . — f o r e i g n outbreak and u n f o r t u n a t e l y m a n y f o r e . g n e r s w e r e killed, even Americana T w . . Americans. The outbreak w a s soon h„ w over. A c c o r d i n g to the n e g o t i a t i o n

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Below Hotel Holland

'Holland City State Bank

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Perfect Fitting Glasses Call on

W. R. Stevenson T H E O P T I C A L SPECIALIST

24 Cast Eighth St.

HOLLAND

PRICE TALKS, But it takes Quality to keep up the Conversation. You'll surely find it in the Sundaes, Sandwiches loe Cream and Malted Milks at the

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while the price of those s a m e t h i n g s is 4 t i m e s a s mucl^iij E n g l a n d ? D o these unsatisfactory negotiations hurt our f e e l i n g ? Surely not. W h y ? Because we know that you have tried your best to help us, and the failure w a s due to the weakness of China herself. We only hope you will help us

Git Ready Now forYour Spriirc Suit NICK

DYKEMA

BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT O F ALL KINDS Suction Sole Shoe Padded B. B. Pants Elastic Knece Guards Ice Skates

Van Tongeren's FOR

SPORTING G O O D S

:

MODEL DRUG STORE Cor. River and 8th St.

Agents for Conklin and Parker Duofold Pens. "It Pays to trade at the Model."

BASKET BALL SHOES PANTS SHIRTS or anything in the Sporting Goods line. Guaranteed Goods at

2 0 6 River Ave. 1

SUITS MADE TO MEASURE SHOE REPAIRING A Block from High Rent A Block from High Prices

Creamer's Sample Store 7 0 East 8th St.

Holland

GEO. H, HUIZINGA & CO. THREE STORES

Holland

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Restaurant

K e e f e r ' s

id W. Eighth

BERNARD

Street

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; that he takes possession of." "Go ye into all the world

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Phone 1U5 LADIESrAND GENTLEMEN WELCOME!

Chas. Samson, N.D.

Get Your Eats

Citz. Phone 1795

for Society affairs at 1 •

EYE. EAR, NOSE, THROAT and HEADACHE

Molenaar&DeGoede

BUM Perhaps you are

unknowingly. There are many different w a y s to bum and many different kinds of bums, but the kind of bum aboat which we are concerned just now n

14 East 8th St. Secret Service—Feb. 21.

Office Hours:—9.^0 to 12 A. M . 1.3o to 5 P M. Sat. Evenings 7.30 to 9. Office 11 E. 8th.St. Ho land Mich

For your meals and lunches while in Holland stop at the

BOSTON R E S T A U R A N T N. HOFFMAN & SON. Proprielors Citizens Phone 1041

32 W.8th . st

Holland, Micb

You can Taste the Difference when you Buy Thorpes Chocolates. 80c to 1.50 Pound.

Nuff Sed.

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 54 East 8th S t r .

Laughlin's Restaurant . t

72 East E i g h t h St.

A Real Good Place to Eat Citizens

Phone 1984

Arctic Ice Cream ALL YEAR AROUND

Quality Pays Handsomely:

J • J • J • • 180 River Ave. •< ^

It is an old saying, b u t a t r u e one, " t h a t t h e quality w'ill be r e m e m b e r e d long a f t e r t h e price is f o r g o t t o n / ' O u r p r i n t i n g is r e a d a b l e , well balanced. c o r r e c t l y d i s p l a y e d , and h a s a' pleasing touch of individuality that will reflect credit upon you business. MAKE U S P R O V E IT.

Steketee-Van Huis Printing House COMPLETE SERVICE

Holland, Mich.

Best Ice Cream Parlor in the City Also Confectionery and Fruits.

A; PATSY FABIANO

26 West E i g h t h Street

FLOWERS j

erative. Bums are deteslible beings and should be stopped. The only w a y to stop it is f o r everyone to ask himself the question, "Am I a b u m ? " ^ Ex. "What is the cause of divorces?" "Marriages." your Dr. Godfrey s a y s : "Buy thermometers now,, t h e y are lower than in the summer." o 'I can't eat a bit." "That's all right, old horse."

T H E MOST A P P R O P R I A T E GIFT

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Say it with Shady Lawn Flowers"

j SHADY LAWN FLORISTS, • 275-281 E. 16th St.

the college bum. i In college the lesson bum is a very common type, v H e devotes his time to things other than study. On t e s t s and examinations he picks his seat next to a student whose paper he can copy. He, by this method, bums the professor out of a p a s s i n g grade. Another type of bum f o u n d in college is the borrowing bum, tho stamp bum, the stationary bum, and the money bum coming under this general classification. These bums are ever ready to let their f e l l o w students do the b u y i n g while t h e y do

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GLAiSES FITTED

Holland, Mich.

and

the "using. The practice of b u m m i n g is degen-

:

Y o u r P i c t u r e f o r t h e Milestone t a k e n N O W at t h e

"I

preach the gospel to e v e r y c r e a t u r e . ' I thank you. —Chiu.

Are you a bum?

Jewelers and Optometrist

Muskegon

: ; ! I j i ! i | ! I I

HAVE 19 E. 8th St.

whenever w e have a chance. Finally, w e think that America is an "international hero". B u t you alw a y s find difficulties without strong help. That is w h y Wilson failed. Big five! B i g three! Might is right. Indeed at the present time America is fighting f o r justice alone. If you w i s h to accomplish such a g r e a t task a s a hero, you had better work to g e t help. Who can help y o u ? England, France, Italy or J a p a n ? Yes, t h e y may help you provided t h e y would clear a w a y the secret diplomacy and give up their a t t e m p t of taking advantage at the e x p e n s e of other countries. Will they do t h a t ? In our opinion there are reasons to believe that Russia and China are the help that you may have in the future. These three greatest nations f n three best continents are rich in natural resources. * They need not have the aggression upon other countries. They have the characteristics of being a peaceful nation. The a g g r e g a t i o n of these 3 nations has approximately one-third of the territory and one-half of the population on the earth. How good it would be if they could work together to maintain peace and enforce justice of the whole world. This is not impossible like ''Utopia' if Americans have the s a m e idea and facilitate its coming in 50 y e a r s which is only a short time in history. Otherwise, if they, h a v i n g more than one million poorly equipped soldiers army each, are compelled by the present difficulties or f o r e i g n pressure to face the w a y to militarism as J a p a n t has to-day, it would be a terrible ;

and relationship. We Chinese students appreciate your missionary work. We admire you a s an international hero who is not only insisting on the "open-door" policy in China and open diplomacy a m o n g nations, but is a l w a y s t a k i n g care of the international peace and justice. Students are the leaders of tomorrow. We hope that you will successfully accomplish the great task f o r your own country and for the whole world. I claim," said Wilson, "that every race, and every man is as big a s the t h i n g

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danger to the common w e l f a r e . By this sketch w e may know t h a t I since 1900 America and China are j tied together by increasing friendship «

SUPERIOR CIGAR STORE SHOES-HOSIERY

m

John B. Van der Ploeg. Mgr.

/

P h o n e 1345

"OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING."

Fine Pianos and Players Victrolas and Records —at t h e

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St.

I LookattbeQualities in our Suits, make a mental note of the generous tailoring, the perfect fitting and and above all, look at our extra value prices.

Vanderlinde & Visser

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