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Hope College Anchor Number 4

Hope College, Holland, Mich, February 22, 1933

Volume XLVI

ORATORICAL CONTEST WILL BE HELD MARCH 3 HOPEITES WILL COMPETE AT YPSILANTI ON FEBRUARY 24

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Elimination of Two Victories Awarded Hope's Contestants will Debating Teams be Held at C.S.T.C.

Ruth Ver Hey and Students Enjoy Eikie Meyer Are Addresses of First in Contest Three Alumni M. D R E C M A N A N D S. P R I C E T A K E S E C O N D IN POETRY SPEAKING The finals of the P o e t r y Speak ing Contest were held in Dr. Nykerk's room last T h u r s d a y a f t e r noon. Of the n u m e r o u s delightful speakers, all equally effective, Miss Kulh Ver Hey and Eikie Meyer were chosen as Hope's representatives lo the Michigan intercollegiate P o e t r y Reading Contest. Being a new event in Hope's activities last T h u r s d a y ' s meeting had the added zest of being novel as well as l.eing inspiring and uplifting in character. T h " s p e a k e r s at first showed timidity, but before the last rendition was offered, they had released their best e f f o r t s in i n t e r p r e t a t i o n and e> pression. The p r o g r a m w a s a r r a n g e d in two g r o u p s consisting of two poems in each g r o u p : A. " T h e Bugle S o n g " by Alfred Lord Tennyson. " T h e World is too much with u s " by William W o r d s w o r t h . H. .John Milton's "Sonnet on his Blindness." "My last Dutchess" by Robert Browning. M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n was the first one to speak. Her serious expression, coupled with clear enunciation did much to m a k e her r e a d i n g s clear and significant. In the second g r o u p she a t t a i n e d her height in "My Last Dutchess," which was accurately rendered. Nella De Haan followed with a somewhat lighter effect on both n u m b e r s of the first group. She also was more effective in her presentation of the second group, giving "My Last Dutchess" in a very intelligible manner. Ruth Ver Hey, t h e third s p e a k e r , was at once at ease and gave a fine

REV. A. L I T D E N S . REV. B. R O T T S C H A F E R . AND DR. KUIZENCJA S P E A K D u r i n g the p a s t two weeks t h r e e of the Hope College alumni have r e t u r n e d to a d d r e s s the s t u d e n t body d u r i n g chapel services. On Wednesday morning, F e b r u a r y Dth, Rev. A n t h o n y Luidens, an a l u m n u s of 11)12 and now p a s t o r of the Brighton Reformed church in Rochester, a f t e r conducting s c r i p t u r e r e a d i n g and p r a y e r , delivered an i n t e r e s t i n g address. Rev. Luidens used the illustration of J e s u s healing the blind m a n , in comparison with life. Life itself is a growing experience of a g r o w i n g insight. The lesson to be learned is t h a t we should open our eyes to see the world of God and of man and its h a r m o n y . Dr. Kuizenga, an a l u m n u s and f o r m e r l y a f a c u l t y member of Hope College, now a professor in the Theological S e m i n a r y at Princeton, led devotions and addressed the f a c ul t y and student body on T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g , F e b r u a r y 10th. Dr. Kuizenga spoke of the halo of the everyday or the commonplace, the halo of fellowship with God, a n d the halo of our own consecration. By being f a i t h f u l in everyday tasks, Dr. Kuizenga concluded, one g r i p s the e v e r l a s t i n g verities of God, for the t a s k s a r e the m e a n s by which God m a y reveal Himself to us. The chapel exercises were opened Wednesday m o r n i n g, F e b r u a r y 16th, with a piano solo, "Scherzo," by Mendelssohn, played by Miss Tase. Devotions were led, a n d a brief a d d r e s s given by Rev. Bernard R o t t s c h a e f e r , an a l u m n u s of IDOG, and now a missionary to India. Rev. R o t t s c h a e f e r spoke of India as being a land of contradiction and being filled with contrast upon contrast. He said t h a t only religion will solve the problems of social disability in India. Rev. Rottschaefer concluded his talk with the thought t h a t each student (Continued on P a g e F o u r ) o

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HOPE MEN D E F E A T ADRIAN A N D ALMA C O L L E G E F R I D A Y , F E B . 17

W I N N E R S OF T H E F I R S T CONT E S T W I L L COMPETE IN DETROIT

Two mor e colleges have fallen before the convincing logic of the Hope d e b a t e r s d u r i n g the last week. On F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n , Februa r y 17, the a f f i r m a t i v e team defeated Adrian College, and in the evening the negative t e a m overcame A l m a ' s a f f i r m a t i v e team. Chris Walvoord and Ralph Danhof represented Hope in the Adrian debate. The contest w a s held at Portland before the high school s t u d e n t body. P r o f e s s o r Riley, head of the Speech d e p a r t m e n t at the University of Michigan, served as critic j u d g e and named Hope as an easy winner. T h r o u g h this victory both m e m b e r s of Hope's team earned t h e i r proficiency degrees in the Pi K a p p a Delta, h a v i n g scored three victories. Joe E s t h e r and Harold De Windt were the local d e b a t e r s to participate in the evening debate with Alma College. The debate was held on the local c a m p u s in W i n a n t s Chapel. A f t e r a close debate Mr. Rogers, s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of the Zeeland schools, decided t h a t Hope had done the b e t t e r d e b a t i n g . With t h i s victory Hope now h a s t h r e e league wins, and two d e f e a t s . Next week T h u r s d a y Hope is scheduled to m e e t the negative t e a m of Crane J u n i o r College of Chicago. On F r i d a y Hope is to have a dual debate with Calvin College, the a f f i r m a t i v e team debating a t Hope, and the negative t e a m d e b a t i n g a t G r a n d Rapids. The following F r i d a y the Detroit College of Technology will send a negative team to Holland to e n g a g e L O U I S E K I E F T A N D H A R O L D with the local a f f i r m a t i v e team. DE W I N D T A R E C H O S E N The t e a m s to r e p r e s e n t Hope in AS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S these contests have not yet been named, but will be announced a t A meeting of the Senior Class the next meeting of the squad, was held Wednesday a f t e r n o o n at T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y 23. .'{:()() o'clock in P r o f e s s o r Hinkamp's room in the chapel.

A f e w more days and Hope's o u t s t a n d i n g o r a t o r s will battle to secure new l a u r e l s f o r the college. On F r i d a y , M a r c h 3, Henry Kuize n g a a n d V e r a Holle will travel to Mt. P l e a s a n t and represent Hope in the eliminations of the state oratorical contest. In the eliminations Hope will meet r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s f r o m Kalamazoo College, Alma, Calvin, Central S t a t e , and Michigan State. The women's contest will be held in the a f t e r n o o n a t t h e First Congregational Church, while t h e men's combat will take place in t h e evening. In this contest t h r e e men and three women will be selected to oppose the w i n n e r s of a similar elimination in the s t a t e finals to be held one week l a t e r . V e r a Holle, C e d a r Grove, W i s consin, is the w o m a n o r a t o r t o speak under t h e b a n n e r of Hope College. With t h e u n u s u a l ability to compose a good o r a t i o n , and With the needed voice a n d s p e a k i n g manner w i t h which to present her ideas. Miss Holle should be able to give h e r opponents plenty of competition.

Organ Numbers Seniors Choose Commemorate Speakers For Wagner Week Commencement MUSIC W O R L D R E M E M B E R S ANNIVERSARY OF DEATH OF COMPOSER

Last week w a s known to the world of music as " W a g n e r Week." It marked the fiftieth year since the death of the g r e a t composer. In line with the idea of giving special consideration to W a g n e r ' s The maniacal a t t e m p t to assasworks, Mr. Snow played several of sinate F r a n k l i n 1). Roosevelt last his compositions d u r i n g the regular week was the first direct attack Chapel Services. upon a president or president-elect The only deviation from this plan of our country since President Mcwas on Wednesday morning when kinley was killed mo re than t h i r t y Miss Ikuya Tase played "Scherzo" y e a r s ago. This f a c t shows t h a t by Mendelssohn. there is little organized anarchism Mr. Snow's W a g n e r numbe r s in the United S t a t e s and t h a t the d u r i n g the week were as follows: person of the president has more "Magic Fire Music" f r o m "Die to f e a r from unbalanced foreigners W o l k u r e " ; " P r e l u d e to Lohengrin," than from disagreeing, but sane LOIS DE P R E E L E A D S WITH " I n t r o d u c t i o n to Act III of LohenAmerican citizens. According to the TALK ON " T I M E FOR grin," and " W a l t e r ' s Prize Song" law of a v e r a g e s , Mr. Roosevelt LIVING" f r o m "Die Meistersinger." should be s a f e f r o m other a t t e m p t s "Instead of w a s t i n g time finding on his life d u r i n g his term of oftime for living, we should spend fice. time t a k i n g time f o r living," said The incident of Mr. Roosevelts Miss Lois De Pree, who spoke on f o r t u n a t e escape should be a warnthe subject " F i n d i n g Time f o r Living to the American people to be ing" at a joint Y.M.C.A. and Y.W. On Wednesday a f t e r n o o n , Febmore careful in t h e choice of viceC.A. m e e t i n g F e b r u a r y 14. r u a r y 15, the Sophomore class met presidents. Its consequence, in The m e e t i n g w a s in c h a r g e of the to elect officers f o r the second secases such as this, r a t h e r t h a n pogirls' organization, differing from mester. H o w a r d Voskuil of Cedar litical expediency at the convenj the c u s t o m a r y way, with t h e Y.W. Grove, Wis., came j u s t in time to tions, ought to be considered. president, Miss J ul i a Walvoord, h e a r t h e applause f o r his election Adolf Hitler, t h e present G e r m a n presiding. Miss Lois Ketel read the to the office of president. Kenneth chancellor and leader of G e r m a n Scripture. Music was in c h a r g e of K a r s t e n of Holland is the new vice Fascism, is planning to pay a visit the Y.M. o r g a n i z a t i o n ; J o h n Mui- president. The s e c r e t a r y . Miss Dorto his prototype, Benito Mussolini lenberg played "Oh Dry Those othea Van Sa un, is also a local in Italy, shortly a f t e r the G e r m a n T e a r s , " and " T h e End of a Perfect s t u d e n t . T h e financial m a t t e r s of Day." elections March 5. I t will be the Last n i g h t the meeting was led the class will be in c h a r g e of Miss first m e e t i n g between Hitler and by Miss Alyce Mansen who talked S a r a h S t e r k e n of G r a n d Rapids, (Continued on page 2) on " S t o r i e s of H y m n s . " and Lloyd Coster of Montello P a r k . (Continued on P a g e Two)

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Sophomores Elect Class Officers

H e n r y Kuizenga, a local student, will r e p r e s e n t Hope in the masculine division of t h e contest. While in H o p e High school, Henry won the County S u n d a y School Oratorical Contest a n d d u r i n g his f r e s h m a n y e a r in college he w a s one of the o u t s t a n d i n g d e b a t e r s . Henry's p l a t f o r m a p p e a r a n c e , his excellent voice qualities, and his special ability to p r e s e n t his ideas clearly should make o u r second representative also a s t r o n g contender for first place. T h e s u b j e c t of Mr. Kuizenga's oration is " T h e Patriot (Continued on P a g e Two)

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Hope Faculty Is Will Be On The Entertained At Campus Today Cupid's Frolic DR. GEORGE IRVING WILL

The main interest of the meeting was in the election of the representatives of the senior class at commencement exercises. Miss Louise Kieft, an eminent d e b a t e r , was chosen the s p e a k e r f o r the women, and Harold de Windt, well- P R E S . WICHERS* H O M E IS T H E SCENE OF MUCH FACULTY known o r a t o r and s p e a k e r , as repFUN resenting the men. The g r e a t e r p a r t of the m e e t i n g centered in the senior class play which is to be given in the l a t t e r p a r t of April. " L i t t l e W o m e n " is the play t h a t h a s been chosen by the committee consisting of J e a n H e r m a n , c h a i r m a n , Arloa Van P e u r s e m , Helen J o h n s o n and Bruce Van Leuwen. With Miss P a y n e as director, the Senior Class is assured t h a t this play which h a s been staged so very successfully in various p a r t s of Michigan, will prove to be an epochal affair. To insure a f u t u r e meeting. Bill Meengs w a s placed in c h a r g e of plans f o r a p a r t y to be discussed in g r e a t e r detail at a later date. Those who have the following books belonging to Dean D u r f e e a r e r e que st e d to r e t u r n them as soon as possible: " L e Cid," Corneille; " L a Tulipe Noire," D u m a s ; " L a P e t i t e F a d e t t e , " Sand.

Monday, the t h i r t e e n t h , f o u n d the m e m b e r s of Hope College faculty in the proper mood to celebrate St. Valentine's Day. The p a r ty commenced with a delicious supper at Trinity R e f o r m e d church. Halves of h e a r t s were sold a s tickets to this supper, and since none of our f a c ul t y m e m b e r s are h a l f h e a r t e d , the g a m e of m a t c h i n g h e a r t s w a s endulged in until everyone h a d found his p a r t n e r . Incidentally, and ironically enough, — Prof. W i n t e r and Mrs. Schouten got t o g e t h e r on t h e e a t i n g proposition. T h e tables were decorated in t r u e Valentine style. Mr. and Mrs. Snow h a d to leave before the pie a la mode w a s served, but p e r h a p s being Snows t h e y didn't need it. After our "profs" and instructors had justified themselves in regard to eating, the party adjourned to the home of President Wichers. There they were all given names (Continued on P a g e Four)

GIVE A D D R E S S E S TODAY AND TOMORROW Dr. George I r v i n g , head of the national religious d e p a r t m e n t of the Y. M. C. A., will be a b o u t the campus f o r the n e x t twentyf o u r hours in c o n f e r e n c e with the association cabinets at Hope college, f o r t h e Y. M. C. A. meeting of this e v e n i n g a n d to speak in chapel tomorrow m o r n i n g . Mr. I r v i n g is s p e n d i n g three weeks in Michigan visiting the s t u d e n t o r g a n i z a t i o n s upon the various c a m p u s e s a n d is being b r o u g h t to H o p e college a t the exp e n s e of t h e c a m p u s Y. M. C. A. The schedule for the guest of the day includes a meeting with the Y. W. C. A. cabinet this afternoon at 4:30, an address this evening at 7 o'clock a t the regular Y. M. C. A. meeting postponed from yesterday, and a conference with the Y. M. C. A . cabinet immediately afterwards. Tomorrow morning Mr. Irving will be in chapel.


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war, and t h o u g h t to have been a m a n of mediocre t a l e n t s , a " d a r k - h o r s e " n o n e n t i t y not even s u b m i t t e d by t h e D e m o c r a t s f o r reelection, is s h o w n by d o c u m e n t s only recently u n e a r t h e d to h a v e been probably t h e m o s t o u t s t a n d i n g p r e s i d e n t bet w e e n t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n s of J a c k s o n and Lincoln.

REPRESENT HOPE ( C o n t i n u e d f r o m P a ^ e 1) P o l c s t a r , " or P r a c t i c a l I d e a l i s m . In the n e a r f u t u r e each o r a t o r will deliver his o r a t i o n in c h a p e l . T h e n , once a g a i n a n o r a t o r will seek to add to H o p e ' s r e p u t a t i o n

as a school of b o r n o r a t o r s . D u r i n g t h e p a s t y e a r s . Dr. J . B. N y k e r k has captured many stale champion s h i p s both in t h e men's a n d in tlu w o m e n ' s division. L a s t y e a r H a r o l d De W i n d t a n d M a r i e V e r d u i n r e p esented H o p e , and both m a d e a ?ood s h o w i n g . So h e r e ' s to o u r o r a t o r s , we wish you s u c c e s s ! L e t ' s go, H o p e !

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A s t i r r i n g m e s s a g e about Mexico w a s b r o u g h t to t h e S t u d e n t Volunt e e r s last F r i d a y a t 1 P.M. by Rev. | HONOR ROLL ' J a m e s M a r t i n of t h e T h i r d Ref o r m e d c h u r c h of t h i s city. First Semester. In his m e s s a g e h e told why Mex- j ico w a s d i f f e r e n t f r o m t h e U n i t e d A l l K i n d s of Baked G o o d s Seniors S l a t e s . He based his t h o u g h t s on All A's—Adrian Kammeraad Now Located the mission w o r k of t h e R e f o r m e d and J a m e s W i e g e r i n k . c h u r c h in Mexico. T h e v a r i o u s 4 A ' s — 1 B-—Merle R i g t e r i n k . .states of Mexico a r e divided be- P h o n e 2 5 4 2 5 8 E . 8tli St Juniors tween t h e v a r i o u s d e n o m i n a t i o n s . innwnwwniwi nwiniiniiiiiiimiin i inimi •iniiiimiiii o A's—1 B—Beatrice Vissei. T h a t d e n o m i n a t i o n and no o t h e r •1 A's—1 B — J a m e s N e t t i n g a ( 1- then is r e s p o n s i b l e for the e v a n g e l 2 ) ; Don V a n d e n Belt ( 1 - 2 ) . B i r - ization of t h e i r t e r r i t o r y . T h e Ref o r m e d c h u r c h h a s one s t a t e e q u a l nard Rottschafer. in size to o u r s t a t e s of M a s s a c h u C o m p l i m t n t s of Sophomores - ells, Connecticut and Rhode All A ' s — M a r i o n Boot, P e t e r Ho- I s l a n d . F o r all t h i s t e r r i t o r y t h e r e l e r . David De W i t t . H o w a r d Vos- a r e only two m i s s i o n a r i e s to carryon the work. Mexico is w e i g h t e d kuil. i down by t h r e e b u r d e n s , political | t y r a n n y , r e l i g i o u s s u p p r e s s i o n , and Freshmen All A ' s — J e a n R o t t s c h a f e r . Wil- j t h e b u r d e n of sin. He concluded

s •" s e e m e d to 1)° m o s t n e a r her •b iity in i n t c r n r e t a t i o n and t h e l u o l i c n t i n g of B r o w n i n g ' s a d m i r tblo poem w a s h e r o u t s t a n d i n g selection. T h e m a l e g r o u p of s p e a k e r s , led by H a r r i Z e g e r i u s , w e r e less timid ind s e e m e d t o give an e q u a l d e g r e e )f e x p r e s s i o n l o t h e i r i n t e r p r e t a .ions. Mr. Z e g e r i u s g a v e good exur.'ssion of his i n t e r p r e t a t i o n of he first a n d a b e t t e r m a n i f e s t a t i o n )f t h e second. liam W e l m e r s . F i k i e M e y e r , one of the w i n n e r s SOCIETY STANDING in d e e p r e s o n a n t t o n e s t r e a t e d each n u m b e r with e q u a l e f f e c t i v e n e s s . First S ^ m e s U r With d e e p s p i r i t u a l m e a n i n g h e Sorosis. r e n d e r e d Milton's " S o n n e t , " but in Alethea. •ontrast, with a remarkable change Sibylline. )f m o o d , h e t u r n e d " T h e L a s t Delphi. D u t c h e s s " into a t r u e p o r t r a i t a s Dorian. viewed by a n e g o t i s t i c a l and a r r o g a n t d u k e r e v e a l i n g t h e w o r t h ol Cosmopolitan. his soul. *FraternaIs. S h e r w o o d P r ic e , second s p e a k e r , Knickerbockers. lisplayed fine f e e l i n g and good inE m e r s o n i a n. leetion on his first g r o u p and du Addison. plicated his e H o r t s in his second (*) Tied. -Troup, it w a s n o t d i f f i c u l t to s e e o— hat Sherwood deeply appreciated •ach n u m b e r he r e n d e r e d . B e f o r e t h e w i n n e r s w e r e an CURRENT EVENTS nounced, e a c h of t h e j u d g e s were isked to say a f e w w o r d s . Dr. Tu dor I.anius, of G r a n d R a p i d s J u n i o i ( C o n t i n u e d f r o m P a g e One) 'ollegc, briefly c o m m e n t e d on the . n e i i t s of t h e s p e a k e r s and g a v e t h e F a s c ' s t p r e m i e r of Italy. A l t h o u g h Mussolini denied rehe e s s e n t i a l n e c e s s i t i e s of a good p o r t s of an a l l i a n c e b e t w e e n I t a l y , e a d e r , i.e., a well m o d u l a t e d voice G e r m a n y and Hungary, French ibly e x p r e s s i n g t h e t h o u g h t behind ' e a d e r s a r e of the opinion t h a t it i poem. Dr. I.anius t h r e w a pun at he M i c h i g a n m a n n e r of a c c e n t u a t - would be foolish not to r e c o g n i z e he i n d i c a t i o n s of a closer r e l a t i o n ing t h e " r s " in v a r i o u s w o r d s . He ship b e t w e e n I t a l y and G e r m a n y . , •Sued, " W h y c a n you not close t h e

m t e s t will be s t a g e d on F e b r u a r y !, at 2 P.M., and M P.M. T h r e e o m e n and t h r e e men will be hosen to s p e a k in t h e e v e n i n g . T h e r e c t o r s of all t h e colleges r e p r e e n t e d will a l s o a c t a s j u d g e s . T h e •vening e v e n t will be held a t t h e Roosevelt H i g h School A u d i t o r i u m , >ne b l o c k , f r o m M c K e n n y Hall w h e r e t h e a f t e r n o o n m e e t i n g of h i r t e e n c o l l e g e s will h a v e been held. F i r s t p r i z e will be a C a m b r i d g e e d i t i o n of B r o w n i n g ' s w o r k s , and second p r i z e , a s m a l l e r book of poetry.

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C e r t a i n l y t h e r e p u t a t i o n of George W a s h i n g t o n can not be said to h a v e s u f f e r e d f r o m t h e r a v a g e s of time. Muckr a k e r s h a v e failed to dim t h e g l o r y of his a c h i e v e m e n t s , f o r who else would h a v e a b a n d o n e d influential f r i e n d s h i p s a b r o a d , jeopardized a c o n s i d e r a b l e p a r t ol h i s f o r t u n e in British b a n k s , nullified a r e p u t a t i o n as a p a t r i o t gained in previous wars, severed himself f r o m t h e ties of kindred and t h e c o m f o r t s of p l a n t a t i o n life, and allied h i m s e l f unconditionally with a d e s p e r a t e s e t of r e v o l u t i o n i s t s w h o s e main r e s o u r c e s c o m p r i s e d a h a n d f u l of inexperienced e n t h u s i a s t s m a s q u e r a d ing a s an a r m y , not even t h e g e r m of a p o t e n t i a l fleet, and a c e r t a i n a m o u n t of u n i t y and zeal e n g e n d e r e d by a c o m m o n e n e m y ? Moreover, in t h e e y e s of E n g l a n d , W a s h i n g t o n w a s a t r a i t o r , and he m i g h t h a v e s u f f e r e d t h e f a t e of one had he been c a p t u r e d . Possibly it is because of t h e s e t r e m e n d o u s sacrifices which he m a d e t h a t t h e A m e r i c a n people r e v e r e t h e " F a t h e r of His C o u n t r y . " C e r t a i n l y no t h o u g h t of pecun i a r y r e w a r d p r o m p t e d h i s resolution, f o r he disdained a s a l a r y as c o m m a n d e r - i n - c h i e f of t h e A m e r i c a n a r m y . An u n m e n t i o n e d angle of t h e case m a y s u g g e s t a m o r e s a t i s f a c t o r y e x p l a n a t i o n , h o w e v e r . Napoleon, c o n s u m m a t e g e n e r a l t h o u g h he was, d i m m e d t h e l u s t r e of his n a m e by his despotic utilization of his position to g r a t i f y the c r a v i n g s of an i n s a t i a b l e a m b i t i o n . Ingersoll, s t a n d i n g beside h i s m a g nificent s a r c o p h a g u s , h e a r d and s a w a b o v e t h e clash and p o m p of m i l i t a r y glory t h e wailing of widows and o r p h a n s , t h e d i s t r e s s and s u f f e r i n g of a h y p n o t i z e d Europe. On t h e o t h e r hand, consider " C i t i z e n s " D a n t o n , M a r a t , i c o b e s p i e r r e ; how fleeting were t h e i r m o m e n t s of t r i u m p h , based upon t h e b a r n door to p r e v e n t it f r o m t r e a c h e r o u s q u i c k s a n d s of t h e " R i d e of t h e P r o l e t a r i a t . " An i q u e e k i n g ? " C l o s i n g his talk, he a n t i t h e s i s to t h e s e two e x t r e m e s was p r e s e n t e d by W a s h i n g - ,'t.ve a b e a u t i f u l r e n d i t i o n of a porion ol" T e n n y s o n ' s i m m o r t a l " G u i ton. Never for an i n s t a n t f o r g e t t i n g his ideal of d e m o c r a c y ievere." Dr. I.anius is the head of he i n d i g n a n t l y r e f u s e d t h e o f f e r of a crown by Colonel Nicola 'ie d e p a r t m e n t of E n g l i s h at G r a n d as t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of t h e a r m y , t h e only force of c o m p a r a ..i^ids J u n i o r College, and h a s tive power and s t a b i l i t y d u r i n g t h e revolution. An:i y e t \\ uzh • Liuiied a n n u a l l y a t C a m b r i d g e , in.'ton c o n s t a n t l y m a i n t a i n e d his nobility and d i g n i t y of de- m g i a n d . Miss E v e l y n Met/., a 1 !.«• g r a d u a t e , r e s i d i n g in Hol. a e a n o r , f o r when one of h i s closest f r i e n d s , to win a w a g e r , md, a n d Mr. D w i g h t P a c k a r d also clapped him on t h e back and jovially inquired the s t a t e of hi? i J u n i o r College, a d d e d a f e w to Dr. L a n i u s ' t a l k . h e a l t h , W a s h i n g t o n accorded his t e m e r i t y " a look t h a t froze .vords T h e w i n n e r s of the c o n t e s t a r e t h e a s s e m b l y . " V e r y p r o b a b l y it is not t h e m a n ' s sacrifices :uth Ver H e y and Eikie M e y e r , u i n g iirsl place, and t h e y a r e to t h a t m a k e his c h a r a c t e r so o u t s t a n d i n g , b u t his s h e e r geniu; •ct a s H o p e ' s r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s at f o r p r e s e r v i n g , in all of his s y m p a t h y f o r h i s soldiers and his p s i l a n t i . Second place g o e s to l a r g a r e t D r e g m a n and S h e r w o o d s t r i v i n g f o r a d e m o c r a t i c ideal, his r e s e r v e and nobility of rice, who will p r o b a b l y a c c o m c h a r a c t e r , essential c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s of a u n i v e r s a l l y a d m i r a b l e )ap.y t h e w i n n e r s as a l t e r n a t i v e s , he final c o n t e s t of t h e M. 0 . P. R. liero. H KUIZENGA AND V. H O L L E A R E T O

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by s a y i n g t h a t it w a s t h e t a s k of o u r c h u r c h t o r e m o v e t h e l a s t burden. M r . A b r a h a m N a o u m w a s in T h e D i v i n i t y Guild met l a s t c h a r g e of t h e s o n g s e r v i c e a n d deT h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n , F e b r u a r y 1G, votions. a t 4 : 1 5 o'clock. F o l l o w i n g t h e s o n g s e r v i c e , t h e s c r i p t u r e lesson w a s Alumni N e w s read by M r . J o h n C h a m b e r l a i n , a n d a circle of s e n t e n c e p r a y e r s w a s M i s s A d a J o a n De P r e e of Zeeoffered b y t h e g r o u p . Mr. John land a n d Rev. J o h n H e n r y M e e n g s C o t t s g a v e a p i a n o solo as special of G r a n d R a p i d s , both of t h e cla.-s music. T h e r e s t of t h e m e e t i n g of w e r e u n i t e d in m a r r i a g e was g i v e n over to t h e s p e a k e r . Rev. F e b r u a r y 5 t h . C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s ! Henry Bast, h a s been n a m e d S. C. N e t t i n g a , p r e s i d e n t of t h e W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l s e m i n a r y . H i s by t h e f a c u l t y of W e s t e r n T h e o logical S e m i n a r y to be t h e s p e a k e r a d d r e s s , " T h e Call to the P r e s e n t of t h e S e n i o r c l a s s a t t h e comDay M i n i s t r y , " w a s v e r y i n s p i r a - m e n c e m e n t e x e r c i s e s . T h i s h o n o r tional. T h e m e e t i n g w a s closed w i t h is a w a r d e d a n n u a l l y f o r s c h o l a r p r a y e r by P r o f e s s o r Paul E . H i n - ship, c h a r a c t e r , a n d g e n e r a l usefulness. i kamp. H a r r y F r i e s m a w a s in H o l l a n d T h e Guild is p l a n n i n g some v e r y over t h e w e e k e n d . i n t e r e s t i n g m e e t i n g s in t h e n e a r f u t u r e w i t h the h o p e t h a t a g r e a t e r i n t e r e s t m a y be a r o u s e d a m o n g itm e m b e r s . T h e n e x t m e e t i n g will be held M a r c h 2.

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the j u d g e s . W h a t little criticism t h a t w a s made of the p r o g r a m 7734 week! T h a t w a s the reason came f r o m the lips of t h e critic, for the shiny noses, black cotton Elmer Nienhuis. • • • stockings and F r o s h tarns blossomEmersonian ing f o r t h . • « » T u e s d a y m o r n i n g the F r o s h SorWith P r e s i d e n t Veldman presidosites passed c a n d y around a n d if ing, aided by the censorious eye of the p r o f e s s o r s f o u n d some s t u d e n t s Dowe " C h i s e l e r " Cupery, sergeantunable to a n s w e r questions t h i s was the solution of the m y s t e r y — a t - a r m s , E m e r s o n i a n a ga i n swung candy (especially c a r a m e l s ) makes into t h e tenor of a n o t h e r joyous meeting. Vanden Belt presided a t s t u d e n t s dumb. Wednesday t h e F r o s h kept si- the piano while Jim VanVessem lence for the day. A t the basketball swung the baton f o r the music. Al g a m e on T h u r s d a y night they s a n g Van Dam a p p e a r e d first on the "Smiles," accompanied by t r o m - p r o g r a m with a p a p e r on " T h e bones. And on F r i d a y night came Death of Lincoln," eulogizing the last h o u r s of t h a t i m m o r t a l presithe initiation. F o u r t e e n Pledges draped in sack- dent's life. Louis Cotts read his cloth and ashes entered the tribu- short s t or y. " C h a r b o n e a u H i t s a nal one by one. When the proceed- S n a g , " a g r i p p i n g episode from the ings were all finished, Frosh and history of ill-fated Singapore. Clarence De Fouw concluded the Soph laid aside all animosities a n d over ice cream a n d w a f e r s a g a i n p r o g r a m with a side-splitting solution to the old problem, " W h y Men became the best of f r i e n d s . Last S u n d a y , F e b r u a r y 12, Soro- Leave Home." D u r i n g the e n s u i n g sis held a Valentine tea at the home discussion a new angle was disof J e a n Bosnian. Around a cheer- covered on the question. It was deful fire the Sorosites g a t h e r e d , sip- cided t h a t one of the f u n d a m e n t a l ping lea and e a t i n g dainty sand- reasons for t h a t sad plight of some wiches, h e a r t - s h a p e d cookies, a n d of the male sex was the recent organization of the S.C.C., "Stonemotto candies. A sextet s a n g several n u r s e r y C u t t e r s Club," of which D. Cupery rhymes and the w e 1 I known is " H e a d Chiseler." The ire of his " T r e e s . " M a r g a r e t and Cornelia S t r y k e r and Ruth Muilenberg played several n u m b e r s . T h e climax of the a f t e r n o o n was the old f a s h ioned Valentine box in which w a s something for everyone. o

T h e last m e e t i n g s of the society proved to be very interesting. T h e h a r m o n y or d i s h a r m o n y which consisted of society singing w a s led by Gerald Heer>ma, with J o h n Cotts at the piano. B e n j a m i n P l a s m a then read a p a p e r about a n o t h e r " B e n n y , " who is known to us as B e n j a m i n F r a n k lin. G r a d u s A a l b e r t s then read a few .^elections f r o m the practical works of the a u t h o r and s t a t e s m a n . An excellent p a p e r on the " L i f e of F l e a s " was given by our humorist, Mr. Bradley. The music was f u r n i s h e d by " K e n n y " Hick.-, who played two piano .-olos entitled " S p a n i s h D a n c e " and "Polonaise in A," by Chopin. The society singing of Feb. 17 was led by Mr. Plasma with Mr. Cotts at the piano. Abie N o r m a n then gave us some i n t e r e s t i n g sidelights on the life of J o n a t h a n S w i f t . '"Londonerry A i r " and " T h e Old R e f r a i n , " by Kreisler was given in the form of flute solos with Paul Van Pernis tooting the horn. Mr. F r a n k l i n Dietz then had a take-off of hi.- " p a l s , " Hicks and H e e r s m a by making them the subject of his

COLLEGE. P r o f e s s o r McLean's college girls Sunday school class is all set f o r a pot luck a t J e a n B o s m a n ' s home tomorrow night. We u n d e r s t a n d the girls are planning on e n t e r t a i n ing the men's class soon. We predict a rapid g r o w t h in attendance lor you, Prof. H i n g a .

around in t h e snow. Little B e t t y Goehner learned the ups and downs of the life of a skier, the downs being more prominent. Russel Slingerland wanted to save s o m e t h i n g f o r his grandchildren, so he took some pictures. The f r a t e r n i t i e s carried on as if the school had never opened. If a text book was seen lying around, the owner w a s at once booed out of the house. The Knicks successfully succeeded in t h r o w i n g a w a y some good time by skiing and t o b o g g a n ing. The Emersonians toasted marsh ma Hows while Wayne King waxed w a r m . The Cosmos became t h r i f t y and ate a s u p p e r of hamb u r g e r s one night. Popcorn was also quite evident in the evenings. But the F r a t e r s a p p a r e n t l y just let nature take its course, doing nothing more t h a n g e t t i n g up in the morning, sitting around the rest of the day, and talking about the weather, " W h e t h e r she will, or whether she won't."

• * * Congratulations, Jul i a and Viv. We noticed you've been in chapel every day this week and church Sunday, even though it was about ten minutes late. In case our friends have not been informed about t r a n s p o r t a t i o n , they have moved from the c a m p u s and at * • • present are installed at 1-lth and v a n \ leek Hall held its biennial "lection on F e b r u a r y Kith. The new Columbia. m - s i d e n t of this hall is none other • • than Eikie Meyer, the red-headed Such scenes a s have been going youth from Iowa. His fellow officer on this week! We take it t h a t it's is C, raid Heersma of Chicago f r e s h m e n initiation. As Prof. Hinga while the C o m m i t t e e m a n of the f has put it, this week gives a fellow h i r d floor is Joseph E s t h e r of Coopersville. a chance to see a girl as she really • • • is. The to-be Sorosites have been Here is some later news of Ye minus all t y p e s of cosmetics for Olde Dormitory. The m e m b e r s of the entire week. Of course we know this palatial residence were struck the depression is on but we didn't with bewilderment on Wednesday know it had struck so close home evening, the night of the play, fellow members was so aroused as to force the dear ones to wear when Joseph Tunian of the Arabian Tunians called a n u m b e r on the pay a g a i n s t this notorious scoundrel black cotton stockings. phone and asked f o r Irene. Somethat he sought shelter behind the time later t h a t night one of the piano, since there was no rug at At first a p p e a r a n c e s it seemed i n h a b i t a n t s saw Joe and a blond hand to crawl under, and t h e r e j M i n a Becker was w e a r i n g the latjest high-neck coat, but it only cried himself to sleep. *

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Windows were washed, beds Due to flic many activities on Hope's c a m p u s this past week, F r a - made before chapel, windows closed ternal held only a short business at 5:30 A.M., and general cleanings in the dorm were duly accomplished meeting on Wednesday at 4:15. by the F r e s h m e n a l the word of This was fine for "Biceps" Slagh request. because a friend f r o m Grand Rapids was in Holland F r i d a y , and Valentine's Day did not escape Milt hadn't seen her f o r five days, its usual celebration this year. A twenty hours and six minutes. " r i p - s n o r t i n g " time was reported (Time by a Bulova w a t c h . ) by the guests of the Knsfield homo. * * This week, F r i d a y , F r a t e r n a l It is rumored t h a t Ted Renzema will hold their sixty-sixth Washington S t a g at the W a r m Friend is looking f o r a car. It seems t h a t T a v e r n . The F r e s h m a n toast will it is a long way to Evie's house. » » • be given by F r a t e r J a y Bush. It is a s t r a n g e t h i n g how a holi" G e o r g e W a s h i n g t o n , the Boy." day of two d a y s will affect a g r o u p The Sophomore toast will be givof college s t u d e n t s . Now, t a k e this en by F r a t e r Don Albers, "George Washington, the Man." The J u n - most recent vacation. Was the time ior toast will be given by Fr. Har- spent in s t u d y i n g ? Don't be foolish. vey Scholten, "George WashingIt seems t h a t the girls in the ton, the President." Jolin Muilendorm became so gay and c a r e f r e e berg will render the music with his t h a t they began tossing people trombone. A f t e r the p r o g r a m around. They played t h a t old g a m e everyone will p a r t a k e in a "Round of p u t t i n g your fingers under some Robin"—a tradition of the Wash- poor victim's a r m s and knees then ington S t a g . throwing her into the air. EveryThe following week will find t h i n g would have been fine, but the Cosmopolitans and F r a t e r s in they forgot to catch one of the joint meeting with the Cosmos as girls as she rapidly descended to g u e s t s at the F r a t e r house. e a r t h , and Miss Winslow landed • • • rather hard on . . . the floor. Knickerbocker Helena Visscher and " S c o t t y " » • » Haig went t o b o g g a n i n g with those The Knick meeting of F e b r u a r y big silent men, Bruce Van Leeuwen 24th opened with a rousing song and John Good. fest under the direction of the Eleanor Pierrepont figured that blond maestro, Lloyd C h a p m a n . George Good was more f u n than The meeting was then called to walking the four mile course, espeorder by President Bruce Van cially so when he was riding, and Lee u wen. she, poor thing, was floundering Deon Dekker read the C u r r e n t E v e n t s n u m b e r of the evening. H e r b e r t M a r s i l j e then read a se- Knickerbocker Society. D u r i n g this rious number entitled, " C a p i t a l - week the p l e a s u r e of s e r v i n g the ism and W a r . " T u r n i n g to a light- aged and scarred m e m b e r s of the er s u b j e c t . Bob Dorian read a play order will be impressed on the

On F e b r u a r y 17th t h e new Dorians b r o u g h t us " T h e Book Shelf." Lois Van Zommeron read f r o m the Good Book. Resumes on several new books were given by Pauline Bush. Leona Pulen related to us a f a s c i n a t i n g f a i r y tale, "Modern Cinderella." The music book was opened by Ix?ona Schipper and Loi> Van Zommeren. An interesting b i o g r a p h y of George W a s h i n g t o n was given by J a n e t Derks. Melodies f r o m the song book were rendered by Doris Van Lente, Leona Peelen and Leona Schipper. The novel took the p a r t of a one-act play. Book of Magic revealed pleasant s u r p r i s e f o r us all. A new rug which will add much cheer to the room was p resen ted by the new j humorous number, girls. The cook hook gave us our Cosmopolitan dainty luncheon and everyone had a h a p p y time visiting and working • # « In spite of a r a t h e r busy weekjig saws. J o h a n n a Bolte w a s guest at the end f e a t u r i n g basketball g a m e s , deb a t e s and w h a t - n o t s , the Cosmos meeting. * * * managed to find the time F r i d a y Sibylline evening to have the r e g u l a r weekly * * * meeting. Such s i n g i n g as was produced which he had w r i t t e n on "College y e a r l i n g s in the most pleasant F e b r u a r y 17th w a s the big night m a n n e r possible. F r i d a y night a when the spotlight was t u r n e d on w a s made by lusty (and rusty) Life." Monday, " I n i t i a t i o n Week" began s t a g d i n n e r will be given the newthe pledges. How excited they all voices, with J o h n n y Peet filling in f o r incoming m e m b e r s of the members. were. W h a t w h i s p e r i n g s , talking the accompaniment on the piano. H o w a r d Voskuil, who becomes and squealing pervaded the room, as each c u l p r i t was led before the r a t h e r scientific at times, read a d i g n i t a r i e s a n d m a d e to p e r f o r m , p a p e r on " T h e Life and Ideas of a n s w e r questions, and the like. T h e E i n s t e i n . " Although E i n s t e i n is reason f o r all this commotion was relatively deep now and then Howi n f o r m a l initiation. T h e pledges a r d seems to be one of the twelve were a sorry sight when the Sibs or so who know relatively somefinished. T h e i r dignity w a s slightly t h i n g of w h a t t h a t genius is t r y i n g to explain to us. bruised. and its foundation likewise, are found in the habit of perAs a final number of the evening A f t e r the ordeal came the elecsistent, systematic thrift. tion of officers. T h e following new p r o g r a m , Eikie Meyer, presented A savings account with the Holland City State Bank will the poems to the f r a t e r n i t y with officers were e l e c t e d : which he won the recent poetry help you to form it in the easiest and surest way. P r e s i d e n t — N e l l a De H a a n . contest. He g a v e " T h e L a s t DuchV i c e - P r e s i d e n t — E d i t h De Young. Always w e aim to make your account here of maximum ess," by B r o w n i n g a n d Milton's S e c r e t a r y — M a r t h a Wilson. value to you. sonnet, " O n His Blindness." T h e Treasurer—Estella Karsten. f r a t e r n i t y confirms the decision of R e p o r t e r — A l y c e Mausen.

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a good p l a y e r f o r in the last Hillsdale g a m e he held Sweeney scoreless. S t e f f e ns h a s t h e distinction of being the only real tow-head on the squad. Who said o u r boys were Dutch? It m i g h t be of some help if we had more blondes on the team who could sink the one-handed shots f r o m the corners. J . L.

h a p p e n s to be t h e h a n d s o m e center of Hope. All t h e fellows who know Gordon K o r s t a n j e call him " D o u g h " or " B u c k s . " T h i s is a h i n t , girls. Catch on? T u r n gold-digger, t u r n gold-digger. In case you have not T h i s is the second of the series seen this boy t h e next time you B L U E A N D W H I T E W I D E N S T E A C H E R S R E T A I N H O L D ON of articles in which the w r i t e r is a r e at a Hope basketball g a m e j u s t D E F E A T IS F I R S T VICTORY BY C H A M P I O N S H I P IN S T A T E LEAD AFTER EXCITING a t t e m p t i n g to b r i n g to you infor- look on the floor. But he really is BUD'S T E A M S OVER H I S BY VICTORY FIRST HALF ALMA M A T E R mation which is different, new, and

Hope Teams Lose Hope Five Beats Hillsdale Takes Games To Fast Third Place By Kazoo by 42 - 30 State Five Win Over Hope Score At Home

Fraternities Play Exciting Games Men. K N I C K E R B O C K E R S AND FRAT E R N A L S ARE VICTORS Knickerbocker and Fraternal took their i n t e r f r a t basket ball games at Carnegie gym Monday night, while the S e m i n a r y in a non-league g a m e defeated the Addisons. The Knicks, with the Cosmos f o r m i n g the opposition, won 18 to 12, and the F r a t e r - E m e r sonian score was 18 to 13. Herm Van Ark led the Knicks to an 11 to 0 lead for the first quart e r . This was increased to 1(5 and 2 at half time. The Cosmos put on a last-half rally which whittled the lead to 17 and 9, with eight minutes to play, but was 6 points s h o r t when the final whistle blew. The E m e r s o n i a n s gave the F r a t e r s a scare, but did not have the punch to break into the victory column. A f t e r trailing, 12 to 4. a t the end of the first half they c a m e up to within 2 points of the leaders d u r i n g the thiid q u a r t e r , b u t dropped back to the short end of an 18 to 13 final. J a p p i n g a and Veltman led their respective t e a m s with G points each. S e m i n a r y ' s basket ball team gave the Addisons a 48-to-13 drubbing. A f t e r t a k i n g a 24-to-6 lead in the f i r s t half the p r e m i n i s t e r s continued on t h a t s a m e basis the second half. M u y s k e n s and Ho ffman shone f o r the S e m i n a r y . Hicks and H e e r s m a were o u t s t a n d i n g f o r the Addisons.

tertained the best basketball team in the s t a t e of Michigan and were decisively b e a t e n 56-31. The Orange and Blue opened the scoring with a foul shot, but W e s t e r n soon opened a slashing a t t a c k which sent them

The half ended with the Quintet from the celery city holding a 24-5 lead. A f t e r t h e intermission t h i n g s were a lot different, " B u c k " Read, substituting

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quently, Hope began to gain scoring power. T h e Orange and Blue were outscored only 32-20 in the l a t t e r half. The W e s t e r n scoring w a s evenly divided, ten of the twelve men who played, scoring at least once from the field. Perigo, giant center, was high point m a n with eleven points. K o r s t a n j e and Tysse looked good for

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times f r o m the field and a d d i n g two counters f r o m the f r e e t h r o w line while " J i m " g a r n e r e d seven points. The Hope Frosh were defeated in a

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Frosh a f t e r a hard f o u g h t battle, 3S-2!). Moreland and Ward were outs t a n d i n g f o r the W e s t e r n greend a d s while Timmer, with twelve points, and Cook were O r a n g e and Blue s t a r s .

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(Continued f r o m P a g e One) * * * and had to discover their identity by m e a n s of the question and answer method. Much to his surprise and concern. Dr. Nykerk found t h a t he had been dubbed J i m m i e Walker. President Wichers turned out to be llomeo, and Miss Boyd, Queen Wilhelmina. Then everyone settled down to a serious and perplexing season of jig-saw puzzling. Mr. Snow drew a puzzle in which a woman was involved in some t a p e s t r y , and he simply wouldn't go home until he had gotten her s t r a i g h t e n e d out. This made m a t t e r s r a t h e r complicated, because Prof. McLean could not go home without his table. This is a very small world a f t e r all. Mrs. H i n k a m p was chairman of the committee in c h a r g e of the p a r t y , and she was assisted by Mrs. Wichers, Mrs. Hinga, Mrs. Thompson, Miss Dykhuizen, and Miss Ross as the faculty representatives. We're glad to hear t h a t our faculty enjoyed themselves, and to discover t h a t so m a n y of our faculty m e m b e r s are endowed with extrao r d i n a r y agile minds.

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t o g e t h e r with the scandal heard by the w r i t e r , a r e the sources of this J i m Tysse and " S t u b " Boven a r e p r o v i n g t h e i r worth on the Hope basketball team by providing a good b r a n d of ball whenever called upon. Both boys add height to the squad. Holland f a n s saw w h a t is considered the best basketball team in the s t a t e of Michigan when they witnessed the W e s t e r n State-Hope basketball game last T h u r s d a y . Many of the players on the visiting team were all-state men in high school. T h i s team defeated the University of Michigan and many o t h e r o u t s t a n d i n g t e a m s in this district. Coach Hinga books this team merely to give the Holland f a n s a t a s t e of basketball as it should be and is played, not that he t h i n k s he has the chance to def e a t them. Ben T i m m e r and E a r l Cook a r e developing into two o u t s t a n d i n g g u a r d s as r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of the F r e s h m e n team. And now news concerning other t e a m s : Standich, the s t a r Hillsdale g u a r d , h a s a b r o t h e r on the Frosh squad t h a t seems destined to follow in his b r o t h e r ' s footsteps. Borton and Dawson of Alma continue to lead the M.I.A.A. scoring. These two boys are m a k i n g a real record not only in scoring but the f a c t t h a t they have not had more t h a n two personal fouls called on them in a n y game. Upon h e a r i n g the crowd yell enc o u r a g i n g words to " D o u g h " and " B u c k s , " m a n y girls have inquired who this fellow is. T h i s fellow

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13 8 13 Hope (20) F.G. F. P.F. Nykerk, F 0 0 1 Steffens, F 3 1 1 H O P E (42) 1 0 4 FG F P F Van Zanden, F Tysse, P " " 0 1 1 Steffens F 2 2 2 O 2 1 Boven F 0 0 3 Korstanje, C Boven, G 0 0 0 Nykerk F O O D 0 4 3 Van Zanten F .") 2 0 Bonnette, G Van Zanten, G . 0 0 0 Korstanje C 4 2 0 1 2 0 Tysse C 1 () 1 Dalman, G Bonnette G 2 1 2 lo 11 Total Te Roller (J 0 0 0 Dalman G 4 .'5 2 H O P E F A C U L T Y IS Visscher G 0 0 1 E N T E R T A I N E D AT C U P I D S FROLIC

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Last Tuesday Hope journeyed to Hillsdale and met d e f e a t at the hands of the Blue and White, 34-20. By t h e i r victory the Dales practically cinched third place in the Conference. The first half of the g a m e proved to be very i n t e r e s t i n g , the lead c h a n g i n g h a n d s several times. For the first t w e n t y m i n u t e s it was a nip and tuck battle, the half ending 15-13 in favor of the Blue and White. The second half w a s an entirely different story, for Hillsdale, led by Stanich, outscored the O r a n g e and Blue )!• to 7. Immediately following the intermission, the Dales secured a s u b s t a n t i a l lead. Coach Hinga substituted f r e q u e n t l y in an effort to stop the Dales' attack, but his a t t e m p t s were all in vain. Stanich w a s high point man for the Blue and White, scoring seven times from the field and three times from the c h a r i t y stripe. Steffens w a s high point man for the O r a n g e and Blue with seven points while Van Zanden and Kors t a n j e played nice floor games. Lineup and S u m m a r y : Hillsdale (34) F.G. F. P.F. Selby, F 2 1 3 Stickney, F * 1 4 Ojala, F . .0 0 0 Beckwith, F 1 0 0 Sweeney, C 0 0 0 Mobily, G <» 3 1 Gordon, (J 0 0 0 Stanich, G . 7 'A 2 Gibson, G 0 n 1

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In the Holland A r m o r y , February 10th, Coach H i n g a ' s quintet defeated Kalamazoo College by the score of 42 to 30. This is the first defeat Hope h a s handed to Hinga's Alma M a t e r either in football or basketball since Hinga has coached at Hope. K o r s t a n j e , center of Hope, start? ed t h e scoring by sinking a field goal from the foul line district. D u r i n g the first half both teams were playing tip-top basketball, m a k i n g t h e i r passes s n a p p y , and t h e i r shots accurate. At the end of the first half the score w a s 21 to 9, with Hope coming out on the top. K r i e k a r d , W a r n e r , and Hachad a r i a n , c a p t a i n , of the Celery city's t e a m , .started the scoring which enabled this team to get off at a better pace. Coach Hinga substituted freely, giving the new boys of his team a chance to prove their worth. Tysse and Boven both proved assets to the local team. Captain D a l m a n proved to be a good scoring power in this game. Steffens remained to sink his corner shots. Selmancy, of the visiting five, proved his worth by his speedy and well placed passes. T h i s game gave the Holland f a n s a t r e a t and it fulfilled H i n g a ' s wish, t h a t he might d e f e a t the college from which he g r a d u a t e d . K A L A M A Z O O (30) FG F P F Kriekard F 2 (I 1 Weiss F .'I 2 1 Warner F 2 (» 1 Thompson C 0 0 0 Neipart G 0 0 3 Hachadarian C 2 4 Selmancy G 0 0 0

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