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p a r t i c i p a t e d this year. negative. Alice Not only a r e s u c h t e a m s a m e a n s p i e t e l . B of bringing a b e t t e r religious spirit . Alice Caldwell a m o n g young people of t h e towns vis, . , , . . i 1111 i proving t4 h a t w a r lied, but t h e Individual good to t h e it ^

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MILESTONE STAFF HOPE DEBATERS BEGINS BIG DRIVE YIELD TO OLIVET w

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e ( l a vocal solo t h a t was r e n d e r e d O R D E R S TAKEN THIS W E E K v e r y b e a u t i f u l l y by Natalie Reed. T h e LOCAL T R I O S T R I K E S E X T E M P O m e e t i n g t h e n iWoceeded i m m e d i a t e l y This w e e k as you all h a v e probDEBATING which E s t h e r Boer ably noticed t h e r e is a special drive to . . v.t * 0 w « » *1 ,,,, was c h a i r m a n . T h e subject of t h e de- f o r subscriptions f o r t h e Milestone. .1 ..o , n A. 'pk , «i mu • rr 1 it u 1 • 1 c o a l i n g t h e question: "Resolved b a t e was: "Resolved: That C h r i s t i a n T h e staff is w o r k i n g hard to m a k e n . n t u » . . . ,. .. , . , .u ..1 4 .. c o n g r e s s shall be e m p o w e r e d to c h u r c h e s should renounce war, a n d this year s a n n u a l t h e "best ever". , , . . . .. . . . .... . . . . o v e i - r i u e by a t w o - t h i r d s vote der e f u s e to sanction or s u p p o r t it u n - Several new f e a t u r e s will be a d d e d to . . . 4. 0f t h e s u , r e m e ..,n(1ivlduaIs.., ! ° l which dei. llny clreumlltencefl... T h e 8pe<lkel.s t h e re(tular H 0 c l etle8, c h l r of ^ « Congress u n c o n s t l t u ()n l h e l l f r l r m a t l v c w e r e A l l c e C o l d . etl, A m o n g t h e a e 1)e c u t 8 o f t h e 0 11 he „„ J "" ' a f f i r m a t i v e t e a m of H o p e well an(, Lin|an Schml(,. the g n m e b e t w e e n Hoi)e a n d K n z o o N o r .

Hoor. T h e H o p e men showed tholr m e n composing t h e t e a m s is even usual prollclency in b a s k e t shooti...; m o r e noticeable. A closer r e l a t i o n ^ with I t i e m e r s m a . Ottlpoby, VanLente. w i t h o t h e r s on t h e t e a m , a new in- o n

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w e r e well versed in its f u n c t i o n s . T h e h o m e - t e a m , however, b r o u g h t f o r t h " t r o n g a r g u m e n t s in s u p p o r t of t h e

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C o u r n y e r of G r a n d H a v e n a n d Mr. As a m e a n s of s h o w i n g their a p - N. J . Weiss of M. A. C., r e n d e r e d a preciation for t h e kind d o n a t i o n of u n a n i m o u s decision in f a v o r of t h e eighteen a t h l e t i c coats, received a t negative. The d e b a t e r s w e r e ; Messrs t h e beginning of t h e f o o t b a l l season, Albers, E s s e n b a g g e r s and Hoffman Coach Schouten a n d t h e Atheitic As- f o r H o p e a n d Messrs. J a n e s . P a x o n sociation have a s k e d t h e d o n o r s and a n d P o l l a r d f o r Olivet. Mr. H e e m s t r a their wives to be t h e g u e s t s of H o p e presided a s c h a i r m a n . College a t the a n n u a l KalamazooY M 0 roTVVF * * CONVENTION — _ Mr - Gerrlt Heemstra was Hope's

t h e i r Hope b a s k e t b a l l g a m e to be held w a s Tuesday. Feb. 17, in t h e local gym. B l e a c h e r s will be reserved f o r a b o u t » one h u n d r e d guests,

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f u n j. L T x t " v e T T h r o u g h the kind efforts of Mr. E . - p r e s e n t a t i v e a t t h e F i f t e e n t h A n ' | L , . n l i n , 1 H e i n h a r t Mil- E - F e " . s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of ^ h e Hoi- n u a l s t a t e Convention of t h e Young i, • Vic e- Pipm • A n n a I a n d P u b l l c schools, w h o originated M e n ' 8 Christian Association held

Vl'abelle Du \lez- S e c r e t a r y t h i s Idea and t h e h e a r t y c o n t r i b u t i o n s J a n u a i ' y 29, 30, 1926. a t Lansing. T h e a Meengs. Mabel e Du M e . . ^ ' > ; o f t h e b u 8 l n e 8 8 m e n o f t h e c l t y t h l 8 meetings w e r e held in t h e Central VVllhelminu Dos, Dena Netting ^ Methodist C o m m u n i t y house.. T r e a s u r e r : Carol \an l l a r t e s v e l d t , *J . T h e t h e m e of t h e convention was • a' .wi«..k.. u k "They h a v e always t a k e n a g r e a t deal 01 t n e convention w a s 4,The Harriet Vandeibush. ^ interest in t h e work of t h e colChallenge of a H a l f C e n t u r y . " . 4 a n d Dr. T h o m a s G r a h a m - of Oberlin, 0 Schouten(

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of h u m o r a n d comic situations. Lady T w o m b l e y w i f e of t h e Cabinet Minis'tei gets into a lot of t i o u b l e b> h e r icckless spending. Mr. J o s e p h eban

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W h e n t h e ballots w e r e collected it was f o u n d t h a t t h e t h r e e judges. Mr.

" Altogether, t h e meeting w a s very profitable a n d instructive a s t h e d e both in b a t e r 8 W e r e well p r e p a r e d m a t e r i a l a n d in good spirit. T h e one m u c h . t 0 . b e l a m e n t e d f a c t is t h a t t h e d e b a t e did not end quite p r o p e r l y in t h a t t h e s p e a k e r s did not d r i n k t h e which w a t e i . i n t h e w h i t e pitchers,

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twenty m o r e if possible. ^ r e provided especially f o r T h e {{ev rnen 0 ^ » t r a ^ convenience. No deciding vote ^ • t e a m include Kinney, (capt.) K l k , Cabinet V a n Z o e l , e n V a n U l | . 0 a n ( , i j U i , e n _ ' .

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T h u r s d a y evening, Feb. 12, a t 7 E m e r s o n l a n s g a t h e r e d In 0 » c .| (K .j <

on, a Jew, loans hei money when she t h e j r a o c i e t y j i a | | f 0 r their sixth a n cannot pa> ht forces her to i n t i o d u c e stag. A f t e r p a r t a k i n g of a n unhim into society. W h e n J o s e p h goes u g u a j | y b o u n t i f u l feast, T o a s t m a s t e r to a l a r g e e s t a t e as t h e guest of t h e j 4 , j m e r y a n j ^ u . e a s c h a u f f e u r of I w o m b l e y s lie m a k e s many m i s t a k e s E m e r s o n i a n car, Introduced t h e as he is far f i o m a societ> m a n and f o u o w j n g . t o a g t g . t h e climax comes w h e n he shoots r r p Qene,.ator—William VerHage. Colin Macphail by m i s t a k e . Brooke ^ E x h a u g t _ D o n Schillenian. h e

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^ v e a l w a y s aided and s u p p o r t e d our ( ) h i o d e l I v e r e d an a d d r e s s on " T h e activities." Challenge of t h e P a s t " a n d a n o t h e r

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Carnegie Gym witnessed a n u n u s ^ e coats, w h i c h a r e w o r n only on o n Challenge of t h e F u t u r e . " u 80n ual s i g h t T h u r s d a y night wne t h e Y. 0 U t s I d e trips by t h e a t h l e t i c squads, J ^ O- R o s e b u s h of Appleton \V. Girls g a t h e r e d to celebrate Valen- | m v e a t t r a c t e d a great d e a l of a t t e n ' Wisconsin gave a n a d d r e s s on 1h e tine day. Basketball, g a m e s a n d t i o n a n ( j gerve a s a n a d v e r t i s e m e n t to Challenge of t h e P r e s e n t . " novel r a c e s used up t h e s u p e r t l u o u s school. On t h e b a c k of t h e c o a t s I m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r t h e convention energy and provoked m u c h m e r r i - a r e p r i n t e d t h e n a m e " H o p e " w i t h a c l 0 8 e d a m e e t i n g of t h e S t a t e S t u d e n t m e n t — a l s o a h e a r t y a p p e t i t e f o r p i n k t r i a n g u l a r m o n o g r a m on t h e l e f t Council was held. T h e g e n e r a l p r o g r a m for the next w a s l e m o n a d e a n d c a n d y h e a r t s . " K a y " 8 l eeve. ^ discussed L e a r n e d ' s fkldle and v a r i o u s " u k e s * T h e lists of those w h o have conf u r n i s h e d music and 'tis r u m o r e d t r i b u t e d is long. Mauy o t h e r business t h a t voices strangely f e m i n i n e s e r e - m e n would h a v e liked to h e l p b u t n a d e d Van Vleckites. Not t h e least e n o u g h money w a s a l r e a d y given to

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d.iughtei of the Cab net Hoeksema, a n d H a r o l d B e r r i n k . i m p o r t a n t was t h e s c n e m i n g a n o buy t h e coats. T h e Students of H o p e and lately p r e s e n t e a t cour s p u n g s Speedometer—Garret jWeem- s q u i r m i n g to get t h e lively crowd into t h a n k t h e citizens of Holland for a s u r p r i s e a n d consents to wed a m a n ^ ^ a ^ flaghiiffht picture

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o r d e r s u p p l a n t s the old. T h e r e t i r i n g staff may rightly find s a t i s f a c t i o n In that t h e y have finished t h e i r task. On t h e merits of an excellent record, t h e new staff desires to c o n g r a t u l a t e t h i

a v e r a g e is low, t h e s t u d e n t s with t h e E u r o p e last s u m m e r . best m a r k s In t h e class a r e t h o u g h t to o have m a d e a good showing. To outH e v . George Stelnlnger.#'Ifi. p a s t o r side a p p e a r a n c e s this Is a good show- 0 f a c h u r c h in t h e Bronx. New York Ing. But a f t e r all is t h i s a good rec- c j t y w a 8 a visitor in Holland a n o

r e t i r i n g staff. It is due in a g r e a t m e a s u r e to their~efforts t h a t t h e college p a p e r h a s p r o s p e r e d . They have s h o w n c a r e in t h e i r r o u t i n e w o r k , They have spiced t h e s a m e n e s s of weekly Issues with v a r i e t y and originalj/.y. To t h e business d e p a r t m e n t

ord? O r a n d H a v e n . H e will be r e m e m b e r T h e record is a good one if it t h e e ( | . u s h a v i n g played t h e role of Dr. best possible one t h a t t h e s t u d e n t y n n n a a l t e in t h e P a g e a n t of H o p e could m a k e . If t h e s t u d e n t forgot n n d having b r o u g h t maijy h o n o r s t«» t h e class a v e r a g e and t h e calibre oi p j 0 p e both in t h e s t a t e a n d n a t i o n a l his fellow s t u d e n t s , and w e n t a h e a u oratorical contests. and worked his best f o r t h e m a r k s h e o

also, we offer our sincere c o n g r a t u l a - obtained, t h e n t h e s h o w i n g h e m a d e tions f o r a year of successful m a n - is a good one. B u t If t h i s s t u d e n t did a g e m e n t . And now t h a t these people n o t do his best, t h e n h e Should rea r e t h r u , o u r good wishes go with f o r m , a n d by w o r k i n g h a r d e r increase

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ti'uated. # APRECIATION. o And all the people cried. A m e n ! Davidson We find this h e a r t y e n d o r s e m e n t of a n enthusiastic speech given o f t e n in t h e "111 have a c r o s s - w o r d puzzle in t h e i r n a u e r each week. Different s t u d e n t s Bible. Our t r a d i t i o n s do not permit 1 1 i u will m a k e t h e m up. Two puzzles have us to say It aloud, but In o u r h e a r t s already appeared. we too say a f t e r an e a r n e s t m e s s a g e n ,, TT , "so--be it!" The f u l l b a c k of t h e University or H o w e v e r when s o m e one else t a k e s w , i s c o n s l n football t e a m died recently It upon himself to express o u r a p p r e elation for us, it Is a dlfterent m a t t e i . W e cannot pick u p a p a p e r a n y w h e r e without finding a j o k e a b o u t s o m e long-winded introductory speaker, and t h e s u b s e q u e n t discomfort ure oi t h e real s p e a k e r of t h e h o u r . And we t h o r o u g h l y s y m p a t h i z e with t h e longsuffering victim. But w h a t a b o u t those who f e e l ' c a l l e d upon to deliver an i n t e r p r e t a t i o n a n d a valedictory a f t e r the s p e a k e r h a s Unished? T h e first may be a joke but t h e second is a n a b o m i n a t i o n . T h e original t h o t is distorted, t h e impression is b l u r r e d , t h e s y m p a t h y between the s p e a k e r and his a u d i e n c e Is disturbed a n d its

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Variety in c h a p e l p r o c e d u r e a d d s ^^ta^ls^rvaUons'The m u c h to its interest. . As Dr. Nykerk articles t h a t all m i n i s t e r s m u s t sign h a s gone with t h e Girls' Glee Club o V " : on its t h r e e week t r i p t h r o u g h the j ) e r 0 j replies f r o m other R e f o r m e d Bast, t h e singing in Chapel is led by c h u r c h ^ l n l B t e r s ^ ^ ^ ^ some of t h e Hope s t u d e n t s . Under ^een on t h e m a r k e t f o r s o m e t i m e but t h e able l e a d e r s h i p of T h e o d o r e Luld- U r n X * 0 1 attenens, assisted by a m e n ' s q u a r t e t , t h t o chapel singing is conducted. On t h e h q p E R E S E R V E S H A N D m o r n i n g of F e b . 12 t h e m e n ' s q u a r SPARTA NEAT D E F E A 1

influence lost in irritation a n d disgust, tet r e n d e r e d s o m e b e a u t i f u l selecj j o p e R e s e r v e squad w e n t to i t is like t h e f a m o u s old m a n u s c r i p t s tlons. Mr. Hlnkamip, In c o m m e m o r a - S p a r t a S a t u r d a y a n d h a n d e d t h e I n t h a t have been lecovered f r o m t h e t i o n of A b r a h a m Lincoln's birthday, past In which t h e original writing h a s talked on t h e virtues of Lincoln, and been erased and t h e m a n u s c r i p t used explained how t h e s t u d e n t s can en1 a again for s o m e m o n k ' s copy paper. If r l c h t h e i r c h a r a c t e r s by copying tnose we look very carefully and study with of Lincoln. « . . . * t iq Mnrrmrpt a microscope, a f a i n t t r a c e of t h e F r i d a y morning, F e b . 13, Margaret early writing may be deciphered, but H o n d e l l n k gave m u c h Inspiration to t h i n k w h a t riches m i g h t be o u r s if o h a p e l service with h e r beautiful

f^e Tire " p e r i o d " E s s e n b a g ^ r ' ^ a n a L u b b e r s rolled u p 14 between each other, t h e l a t t e r tossing in five field goals a n d a f r e e t h r o w . S p a r t a w e n t b e t t e r t h e last half and held L u b b e r s in check, allowing h i m only one f r e e t h r o w . Hill however, ^ ^ H o p e ju8t a g e d to keep a h e a d of t h e S p a r t a n s , LINEUPS ^ g p a r t a (18)

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I n t h e first place t h e r e is t h e f u n t h a t t h e s t u d e n t s gets out of it. You object to t h i s of course a n d yet even B e n F r a n k l i n said t h a t ail work a n d no play m a k e s J a c k a dull boy." Again t h e r e is h o n o r a n d prestige conected with it. Again you object but •after all none of us a r e I m m u n e f r o m t h e desire. A m o r e noble Justification p e r h a p s is t h e s t u d e n t s college spirit. Come loyal Hopeites; if t h e t e a m n e e d s him i« it not his duty to use his t a l e n t f o r his s c h o o l ?

T O MY M O T H E R B. V O N G E L D E R N By H e i n r i c h Heinle, T r a n s a l a t e d BY W. E. R., '25 I a m not l o a t h e my head to c a r r y high; My m i n d is oft a trifle stiff a n d stubborn.

c a n n o t see or w o n ' t eee. h a v e t r e a t e d the problem a n d Studies us a college would now like to discuss

it with you a s a p e r s o n a l problem a s it c o m e s to t h e s t u d e n t who does not c a r e in t h e m ; n o r have I in mind the s t u d e n t who p u t s a t h l e t i c s before eve r y t h i n g else. 1 a m t h i n k i n g tonight of t h e s t u d e n t who h a s a n a t u r a l taste and t a l e n t f o r a t h l e t i c s and a t t h e s a m e t i m e is a good s t u d e n t and is a n x i o u s to m a i n t a i n a good s t a n d a r d of s c h o l a r s h i p . A s s u m i n g t h a t our s t u d e n t s ' s t u d i e s would suffer, should he p a r t i c i p a t e in a t h l e t i c s or should he n o t ? Xo d o u b t m a n y of us here tonight would a n s w e r w i t h o u t hesita„ A tion, no! s t u d i e s c o m e first at all , ^ . . u. i ft. times. Still o t h e r s h e r e tonight who „ L like to go to a b a s k e t b a l l g a m e or a football g a m e a n d see Hope win, might say yes! but at t h e s a m e time deep down in t h e i r h e a r t they would t h i n k t h e m a n a full if he did. There would be very few h e r e tonight who would say w i t h o u t a n y q u a l m s of conscience and w i t h o u t hesitation. Yes! I f o r one could not a n d would not t a k e upon myself t h i s responsibility for I t h i n k t h a t this is a question to be a n s w e r e d only by the Individual himself a c o r d i n g to h i s own clrcumstances, tastes, feelings and ambitions, If however, o u r y o u n g s t u d e n t should decide "Yes " t a r be It f r o m me to UC ' c o n d e m n h i m f o r in m y experience and relations with a t h l e t i c s I h a v e found m u c h t h a t would w a r r a n t such , , a decision.

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Yet, M o t h e r dear, I openly do cry. My h a u g h t y heart is presently f o r One of t h e first questions t h a t is lorn asked Jack Schouten and Professor And as f a t e ' s toll collected I do m o u r n . W i n t e r by t h o s e w h o a r e looking f o r Your n e a r n e s s wakes a timid h u m H i g h school t e a c h e r s is w h e t h e r t h e ble sigh, m a n in question can coach a t h l e t i c s I wonder, is it your s p i r i t g r e a t a l o n g with his o t h e r w o r k . Now t h e n . T h a t c o n q u e r s me; y o u r holy spirit KU ) l P 0 8 i n e our s t u d e n t Intends to bethat doth permeate c o m e a t e a c h e r upon his d e p a r t u r e All so boldly, and s h i n e s brightly t h r u f r o m H o p e College, could not his • Heaven's gate? At jH'ope College, s t u d i e s have ever a t h l e t i c s help him in p r o c u r i n g a Do m e m o r i e s of deeds d e n o u n c e of been given first place a n d athletics, good position? If you a r e d o u b t f u l late until t h e last few years, almost nu a 8 k s o m e old jH'opeltes, ( f o r m e r T o r m e n t m e ? My deeds grievous to place at all. H a n g i n g on the wall of K n i c k s like Heinle Dosker, R e d Fell t h a t soul s e d a t e and Gerrlt Wassenar). And let u* T h a t loved me nobly nor could m y room is a p i c t u r e of H o p e College not f o r g e t w h a t a good c h r i s t i a n deviate? Football t e a m of 1925 composed of . 1 a t h l e t e can do a s a coach of younic Ralanccd Ration Heading such men as Dr. Kuizenga, Dr. A. L. high school boys by m e a n s of his inFiction—Messr. M a r c o Polo-Donn W a r n s h u l s missionaries B a n n i n g a a n a fluence and e x a m p l e . Byrne. B i o g r a p h y — A n A m e r i c a n Idyll W i e r s m a and R e v e r e n d s Schipper, Any s t u d e n t m i g h t a s k himself — P a r k e r . T r a v e l — T h e F r i e n d l y ArcKelley a n d Sluiter. T h i s coachless, w h a t is the p u r p o s e of a college e d u tic—Steffansen. padless t e a m played one g a m e the R a t i o n . Of course we c o m e to college whole season a g a i n s t t h e town b u n c h ' t o study and p r e p a r e ourselves for PRE-MKDICS with w h o m t h e r e was m u c h rivalry at l a t e r life and o u r s t u d i e s m u s t t h e r e t h a t time. O t h e r g a m e s had been f o r e not be neglectea. But is t h e only A m e e t i n g of 'the P r e - M e d i c s was scheduled l>ut t h e f a c u l t y would not object of a college education t h e acheld t h e evening of F e b r u a r y 11th. illow t h e m to he played. D u r i n g t h e q u i r i n g of l e a r n i n g ? The H o p e T h e following officers w e r e elected: last few y e a r s h o w e v e r Hope has A l u m n i tells us t h a t the greatest t h i n g James Galman, rPesident. gained m a n y a c h i e v e m e n t s especially i h e y received f r o m college life u a s A n t h o n y Smith. V i c e - P r e s i d e n t . in b a s k e t b a l l a n d today t h e r e Is a not l e a r n i n g but t h e fellowship with Gerrlt B evelander , Sec. - T r eas ur er . demand that she take h e r place t h e i r f e l l o w - s t u d e n t s a n d the f r i e m i J o h n De Bell, Club R e p o r t e d . a m o n g t h e colleges of h e r c l a s s - i n 8 h i p g t h e y m a d e w h i l e h e r e M a y [ The m e m b e r s of t h e club h a v e all lines of sports. v a s k w h e r e you can find more fellowunique keys bearing t h e Greek letliiis, oi c o u r s e would be a h a r d s h i p t h a n on t h e a t h l e t i c field w h e r e t e r s Pi G a m m a Sigma. lull lor s o m e of our old p r o f e s s o r s you work s i d e by side with a fellowand aiuiiiju to swallow not only b«- s t u d e n t having t h e s a m e aim, t h e cause oi tne t r a d i t i o n a l policy of the s a m e goal. May I ask w h e r e you can W O R L D ' S L E A D I N G EDUCATIONAL F I G U R E S scnool a n d l h e l r own p e r s o n a l a n t a g - f o r m closer f r i e n d s h i p s t h a n on t h e N A M E D B Y DR. E L I O T onism against athletics, but also be- a t h l e t i c field w h e r e you see men as cause t h e y f e a r t h a t this would lower t h e y really a r e and w h a t t h e y a r e Chicago—Dr. C h a r l e s W. Eliot, t h e scholastic s t a n d a r d of t h e school, m a d e of. W e a r e told t h a t collge is P r e s i d e n t E m e r i t u s of H a r v a r d u n i famous l i is t r u e t h a t a t h l e t e s a s a class a r c t h e place to develop c h a r a c t e r an:l versity, and a u t h o r of t h e " F i v e F o o t S h e l f " h a s selected the less scholarly t h a n o t h e r «jtudenla. it personality. W h e r e , I ask, can you world's t w e n t y o u t s t a n d i n g educais t r u e because s o m e a t h l e t e s a r e apt do this b e t t e r t h a n on t h e a t h l e t i o tional figures of t h e last 2,300 years. to become so interested in athletics field w h e r e you m u s t t a k e har.l T h e selections were c i r c u l a t e d t o d a y a s lo be careless a b o u t t h e i r school b u m p s and c o m e up smiling, w h e r e by t h e University of Chicago In Its work a n d it is t r u e b e c a u s e a t h l e t i c s you a r e kicked and s t a m p e d upon am 1 c a m p a i g n f o r $17,500,000 for e n d o w l a k e s up t h e s t u d e n t ' s t i m e which walked over a n d yet m u s t keep youi m e n t s a n d buildings. T h r e e Americans, five E n g l i s h m e n might o t h e r w i s e be S4>ent upon his t e m p e r , w h e r e you learn to t a k e deand two F r e n c h m e n a r e the t e n leadstudies. However, I do not t h i n k th.it f e a t with good g r a c e a n d victory with ing figures of t h e last two c e n t u r i e s , p u t t i n g a t h l e t i c s at H o p e College on a s a n i t y ? W h a t s t u d i e s in t h e college D r . Eliot holds. T h e ten a r e : A d a m level with o t h e r institutions of its c u r r i c u l u m can f u r n i s h t h a t feeling of Smith, E n g l i s h economist; Michael size and class will lower t h e scholas- b r o t h e r h o o d and teamwork, t h a t F a r a d a y , E n g l i s h c h e m i s t and physictic s t a n d a r d of t h e school to a n y ap- strong, h e a l t h y body, t h a t k e e n ist; J o h n S t u a r t Mill, English philpreciable e x t e n t a n d , on the o t h e r q u i c k - t h i n k i n g mind all of w h i c h fs osopher a n d e c o n o m i s t ; William E . hand, 1 do t h i n k t h a t t h e college gained t h r u a t h l e t i c s ? Are not t h e s e C h a n n l n g , A m e r i c a n divine a n d philanthropist; Horace Mann, American might r e a p t h e r e b y a d v a n t a g e s In t h i n g s i m p o r t a n t enough to j u s t i f y e d u c a t o r , lawyer a n d legislator; H e r other ways w h i c h prejudiced, n a r - t h e s t u d e n t to sacrifice his studies a b e r t Spencer, E n g l i s h philosopher; r o w - m i n d e d a n d o b s t i n a t e professors b i t ? Ernest Renan, French philosopher; and alumni Thus fur, I of Athletics problem. 1

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T h e t h r e e E m e r s o n l a n s who w e r e " D i c k " In his " d o p e " In t h e G r a n d . a t t a c k e d with t h a t peculiarly s l c k e n - Rapids H e r a l d gives t h e following on Ing m a l a d y which a c c o m p a n i e s n e a r l y J o h n n y I^iven: " J o h n n y Laven, a Grand Rapids . , .. all Stags have recovered the full use boy w h o played in t h e m a j o r s f o r years, g r a d u a t e d f r o m the Michigan of t h e i r s t o m a c h s . State l e a g u e and played with UniF i f t y posts sustain t h e tennis c o u r t ' s versity of Michigan t e a m s f o r t w o netting. Our baseball b a c k s t o p h a s years. H e started t h e 1924 season In t h e m a j o r s and finished as m a n a g e r two a l t i t u d e s of netting. Our a l t i t u d e of t h e K a n s a s Cly t e a m of t h e A m e r ican association. Ill h e a l t h perhaps nt n e t t i n g ( w i r e ) . E a c h a l t i t u d e Is ended his m a j o r l e a g u e c a r e e r a y e a r It otherwise 37 m e s h e s in height a n d 2 32 m e s h e s or two earlier t h a n would. H e was b e t w e e n life a n d d e a t h in width, 17,168 m e s h e s In all. f o r s o m e t i m e two w i n t e r s a g o while Of t h e 402 t r e e s on our c a m p u s 22 in J a p a n with a picked t e a m of well known league players f r o m t h e U n i t a r e double trees. I n nine cases espeed States." elally t h e t r e e s of a group a r e so " D i c k " omitted t h e f a c t t h a t L a v e r n got his first base ball experience on a a r r a n g e d t h a t rustic seats could be Hope College t e a m a n d s h o w e d s u c h easily Installed between t h e m . T h r e e promise t h a t he w a s hired by t h e "f these a r e In t h e grove, t h r e e on t h e Holland s t a t e league team, t h i s city being In t h e circuit f o r one season. S. E. Hill of t h e c a m p u s and t h r e e In It was while playing with t h e local .. I J nr.lr.V.f t e a m t h a t his w o r k was noticed by the s u n k e n g a r d e n s . These might scouts s e n t out f r o m t h e big leagues m a k e s p r i n g s t u d y i n g easier f o r s o m e and t h e next season he w a s playing s t u d e n t s and m i g h t Increase s o m e of In "big c o m p a n y . " Lavern, like Neal the s p r i n g actlvltes of some others, Ball, w a s really a Holland baseball product.

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