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T h e girls had t h e w o n d e r f u l privilege of h e a r i n g Mrs. W a r n s h u i s s p e a k T h u r s d a y evening. She gave us a clear, c o m p r e h e n s i v e survey of India J.H it is today, of its a w a k e n i n g into r a t i o n a l consciousneaB, and the g r e . u o p p o r t u n i t i e s f o r Christianity.

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On Tuesday evening, F e b r u a r y 17, t'turdy missionary spirit t h a t w w u t h e f a s t H o p e five a d m i n i s t e r e d a people for We hope Mrs. f o r Christ. d r u b b i n g to t h e K a l a m a z o o College W a r n s h u f a will keep her promise to q u i n t e t by t h e s c o r e of 43 to 18. Although Kazoo worked h a r d , they ALMA O N L Y U N D E F E A T E D T E A M tell us more a b o u t h e r own work in t h e medical field. could could not s t o p the f a s t offense D u r i n g t h e last few weeks, Hope nf Coach S c h o u t e n ' s men. T h e g a m e f o m very well played, t h e paaslng wua "nd ' ' " e city h a v . Kood. t h e a h o o t l n g was a c c u r a t e t h e r e wan K ood s p o r t s m a n s h i p s h o w n .

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ee. ^D u r i. n g his f o u r yeara on t h e Hope c a m p u s , Mr. Z w e m e r was very active along oratorical lines, being a d e b a t e r and an orator. As a n o r a t o r , h e won ler ognition in a s t a t e contest by w i n ning second place, while In d e b a t i n g he was a m o n g t h e first to s u p p o r t Hope in its two t r i a n g l e m e m b e r s h i p s . Also he served a s a Y. M. C. A. C a b -

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l l I a b a s k e t b a l l t e a m . T h e visito,a u e r e s u c c e s s f u l by a 19 to 13 Addison 1922 (first a s t h e D. O. c . ) score. S a t u r d a y and Sunday, t h e men Aletha, 1924. inet m e m b e r and w a s a n active c o n d u c t e d m e e t i n g s a t the Methodist m e m b e r of t h e K n i c k e r b o c k e r Sociea n d United B r e t h r e n churches, holda G I R L S G I V E P O I N T E R S ; These activities never h i n d e r e d ing t h e i r final meeting in^the f o r m e r . M r A L I C E AND B E R T H A T A L K ^ w e m e r ' s scholastic s t a n d i n g a n d T h e t e a m listed seventeen converts. t h e best recognition t h a t h a s ever T h e musical n u m b e r s for t h e work J u d g i n g~ f r o m t h e conversation w e r e provided by t h e q u a r t e t t e : R a y w « v c i a a u o n been accorded to him in t h i s respect ( u l T e n t a , > ivi Van Zoeren. Russell Pleune, J o h n TT. o " t t h e c a m p u s last W e a - is t h e one published in t h e Milestone An Albers and William "Kots. nesday t h e girlw* r e m a r k s a t Y. M. a l o n g with his s e n i o r c u t : s t r u c k h o m e . The g a t h e r i n g was a " F o r w h a t s o e v e r m o t h e r wit o r a r t . s o r t of ' t e l l - u s - w h a t - y o u - t h i n k - o f - u s ' Could work, he put In p r o o f . " m e e t i n g led by Alice Caldwell a n d A f t e r his~ g r a d u a t i o n , MMr. weem meer L e i t h a Van Kldik. T h e i r topic was 1 . zZw

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The Young Man's P a r t in C o - E d u c a - l a U 8 : h t f o r a s h o r t t i m e and c o m p l e t e d lr»r» " P f l llf>0 • XTr tion." a r s u m e n t s 8t hIlls i s education at t•hV,e„ W e s t .e_r n Theolog, , I U y e d t h e N o r m a l fiVe 0 r A , m a The g i r l s were a g r e e d t h a t as a ical S e m i n a r y and f r o m t h e r e w e n t to M A L L E R V R E P O R T S ON - A t h e mission field in India. It is in Bttme beUveen Hope WASHINGTON T R I P g r o u p t h e fellows a r e a fine lot, c h a r ' St' A l m a would clear t h e way f o r e i t h e r acterized by Christian principles, high India t h a t P r o v i d e n c e h a s seen fit to t e a m to a g r e a t extent. vw « toiCa,t cAtciit. Chapel service F r i d a y m o r n i n g , ideals, conservatism a n d loyalty. Al- find his final r e s t i n g place. Februar The p r e s e n t court s q u a d a t Hope • > ' 2 0 ' w a s in c h a r g e of t h e As- i c e expressed the Satisfaction s h e O Pe

Brink, Black. McDonald, Davis, * Brldgeman. Free Throws-KIeis-2, ^ Albers 2. I r v i n g 1. Black 4. Mc Donaid 2, M u i e n b e r g 2. S u b s t i t u t i o n s Kleis f o r Irving, L u b b e r s f o r Ottipoby, P o p p e n f o r Y o n k m a n , V a n d e r B r i n k f o r Van Lente, Albers f o r Riem e r s m a , W a t s o n for Lud wig, B e r r y f o r Muienberg. B r l d g e m a n f o r Hokey, H a w k i n s f o r Black. In t h e p r e l i m i n a r y H o p e Reservch easily d e f e a t e d t h e S p u r t I n d e p e n d e n t s 26-11.

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V.OlUkLjJ* EStiOLL the single student. HUNDRED AND FORTY But what is t h e poor student to do? f o have classes all morning, commit„ v> ...c oft One ot t h e most interesting e n t e i cee meetings for two hours in the a f t Published every Wednesday during l8e8 ° f t h e C o " e « e Y - M ' C - A - 18 the collegiate year by the Students of irnoon and something at night Is the "•• Su du Qerrlt Hope College. logical lesult of trying to c o m p r e h e n d " >' S t ' h 0 0 1 w0'-kthe whole College. H e e n m w 1« the general superintendSubacripCion $1.60 P e r Year Draw the line somewhere. The In- * n t o f t h e H v e 8 l - h o o l s - T n e ! ! e h 0 0 1 STAFF dlvual must decide what he w a n t s lo ^ s a l o n s a r e usually held on SunEditor-in-Chief Dwight B. Yntenia do. and then do It. Get t h e course '•"y afternoons. Associate Editors— settled first If t h a t hs possible, t h e n At Beechwood they have a m e m b e r Anna Mae Tysse Nell Van Oostenberg pursue It somewhat consistently. And »hlp of 41 with an average a t t e n d a n c e for the rest, use a h4gh hand In cut<«• Adrian De Boom Is the s u p e r ting out the Impossible activities. 1£ intendent and the teachers a r e H e i Department Editors Sandrene Schutt C a m p u s college means a good time, a student mhiu Uelnhart, Hilda Nyland. Mary Anna Meengs Alumni oan find enough lo keep himself busy. Crouch. Marlon I'ennlngs and Peter Uusael Damstra Sports If college m e a n s studies, m a k e the Van Ks. .Lately a n a d u l t class was J o h n Deliell, P e t e r Wessellnk..Humor choice between them and weekly organized and m u c h fine work Is also Hermina Reinhart Eachjange meetings of any kind. If college being done by visiting t h e homes, Norman VanderHart Campusology means a rounded-out preparation, Clarence Lubbers is the superinthen supply the needa for such a pre- tendent of the Jenlson P a r k school Reporters 110(1 h e h l l s u s paratlon. assistants. Priscilla ColWilliam O. Maat Head R e p o r t e r And so decide. And t h e other stu- Una, Mildred R a m a k e r and Russell Arlyne Haan. '28; H a r r i e t HeneJents will r e s p e c t ' t h e decision. But D a m s t r a . The average attendance of veld, *27; J o h n Mulder, '28; J a m e s don't slide along only to tind t h e sit- t h e school is 30 and t h e enrollment Ten Brink. '28; A. Ungersma, *26; uatlon becoming too complicated, n u m b e r s 24. Silas Wiersma, '27. Act! Act rationally and deliberately. Once a month at t h e Pine Creek o school t h e y have a party with the Business RESPECT t e a c h e r s present. Teachers B r u n o Gerald Pool Business Manager Bruns, Matthew Peelen and Angelina Jacob Klk, Cart Bovenklrk Ass'ts Respect is a virtue which is often p 0 p p e n n 8 8 | 8 i Barnard Luben thi. Eliot Weler Subscription Manager given slight attention. On the othei ^ t this school the enhand, when it Is overdone It becomes 1 . , ) l l n i e n t l 8 3 2 w l t h , l n a v e l . n ( f e a l . Accepted for maiUng at special r a t e of of postage for Section 1103, Act of Oc- tlattery. In our criticism we do noi t e n ( l a n c e o f 35 tober, 1917. authorized Oct. 19. 1918. desire to be ancient, or revolutionary. A t Ho,land Centel. they h a v e a n av but we would covet a kind respect for e r a g e a t t c n ( , ! l n t . e o f a n d a membi;l. such services and persona as a r e en- ^ OUR TEAM ot lc They h a v e for thelr ^

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This winter's basketball season is a b o u t ended. Unless a n o t h e r home g a m e has been recently scheduled, t h e '24-'25 quintet has won its last for Hope College and Holland fans. Tuesday, the seventeenth, playing against Kalamazoo College, our t e a m played their last regularly scheduleu h o m e game. F o r all Ave of the playe r s t h i s was quite an event. lUemersma, guard, and Irving, forward, have played together on Hope's team l o u r consecutive yeara; while Ottipoby, forward, Yonkman, center, a n a Van L e n t e guard, have played on t h e n r s t t e a m t h r e e conaecutive years. F o r t h e last two years the line-up ha.^ been intact. At the sound of t h e whistle Fritz was always a t center. Chief and George at f o r w a r d , anu Ben and Kenny at guard. During t h e years t h a t this team hr\« played together, it has established a most enviable record. Last year the national runners-up, Indianapolis T r.nd Valparaiso University, both met d e f e a t at t h e h a n d s of t h i s quintet, and already t h i s year Kalamazoo Normal, Concordia, and M. A. C. have each suffered stinging defeats. T h e college is proud of this basket ball team, and its record. We hope and feel sure t h a t this team one of the best in t h e state, will continue its championship stride and cop t h e state honors. Regardless of the championship, however, we congratulate and sha'i always honor this team for w h a t the^ have done. DECISIONS Hope College has outgrown the one man stage. There was a time when t h e administration offered only oru. course, when the students could easily meet in a body. That waw the time when there were only t h r e e or foui literary societies on the c a m p u s and everybody knew everybody else; t h e t i m e when t h e P r e p a r a t o r y Department was about as large as the College. Now. the College h a s outgrown the single student. Courses a r e offered t h a t a r e highly specialized and really suitable oniy for students desiring technical work. Organizations have s p r u n g up. Often they a r e of such n a t u r e as to be un«ultable except for rpeciallzing students—and yet essential for them. Athletics c omma nd aftention. Hope is good in basketball; t h e r e is a chance to watch a good g a m e nearly every week. D r a m a t i c activities a r e about to begin. Furt h e r there a r e always the religious organizations which claim attention. To complicate matters H'ope is a c o educational school. And last but not least, the student Is expected to be s o m e w h a t familiar with his school books. T h u s h a s the college outgrowu

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tilled to due respect. In primitive limes, when force was t h e weapon of authority, t h a t a u t h o r lly respected by all m e m b e r s o£ t h e tribe. The ancient Hebrews were instructed to reverence and respect t h e oracles and ceremonies handed down to t h e m t h r o u g h Moses f r o m Mount Sinl. Today, we find reverence and respect for ritual and ceremony holding a prominent place in t h e Roman Catholic Church and in the Episcopal churches. There h a s been a time when due respect was generally evident in religious services when God's Word, t h e Bible, was being read, or, when an individual offered a prayer to God. But where is all our devotion to respect for holy things shown in our average Chapel exer-

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Student? F. N. Patterson, The Biology D e p a r t m e n t : — Ha! t h e ideal s t u d e n t ! W h a t is ho like? How does he p e r f o r m ? W h e r e ' is h e ? H a ! According to c u r r e n t and rumbling r u m o r s " t h e r e ain't no more, no more," Ideal students. H a ! as the poet Wordsworth says, "and where a r e they I pray you tell." 1 hasten to anwser. "mostly growed up." or gone to heaven. H a ! They belonged chiefly to that generation just now reaching maturity, dotage, or t h e "sere a n d yellow leaf." H a ! A large n u m b e r , sad to say, a r e ideal teachers now. 'ware! H a ! I blush painfully to acknowledge It. but 1 was once not "a bare-foot boy." but one of those desirable t h i n g s — t h e ideal student, myself. The fact Is I was so Ideal t h a t I came near never being a n y t h i n g else but "ideal." 1 nearly died of it several times, but I finally grew up. and up. and up. Into the "ideal t e a c h e r . " And so four s t u d e n t s wrote me up in recent n u m ber of t h e Anchor as " t h e e x a m p l e " of the ideal teacher. Ha! This In spite of the fact t h a t I knew but one of the a u t h o r s slightly. TTowever they know me. Ha! Well most of the ideal s t u d e n t s have gone like t h a t .

perlntendent, Delbert Kinney with Ray ^ V a n Zoei.(in H e n r y N.ylKU,i, ajj . . tca( hei s T h e T(,nn0,j0(, JJenph gchoo] wa^ organized only last fall and already it h a s a m e m b e r s h i p of 24 with a n average atendance of 22. There will soon be need for a n o t h e r teaehei here. At present Alwin Ten as is the s u p e r i n t e n d e n t and Roy Nattress and Alice I h r m a n a r e his assistants. The V. M. C. A. expects to organize a Sunday School n e a r Fennvlrfe this spring. Regular meetings of t h e teachers of all the schools a r e he!«i once a month. An outside s p e a k e r Is usually engagejl for t h e occasion.

The ideal s t u d e n t ! W h a t a question! Honestly I believe the H o p e College student Is the ideal student, with his vital christian c h a r a c t e r , his missionary spirit or zeal -for unselfish service, his eagerness for knowledge, his honesty, loyalty, adaptability, a n d patience in the pursuit of those things which he considers fits him for life. All Hope College s t u d e n t s a r e ideal students, with sufficient exceptions lo prove the rule. CLASS BASKETBALL STANDINGS. C. Kleis, cises, in spite of the fact t h a t t h e "op'pj^ second round of the class B. B. The Physics D e p a r t m e n t : — ening invocation" creates a n atmos- Tourney, was begun last Wednesday, One of t h e principal requisites of phere fitting for devotional t h o u g h t ? F e b r u a r y IS, when t h e J u n i o r s beat an ideal college s t u d e n t Is an adeWhen the Bible is opened and read, F r e s h m e n 31-1 (J. Both of tho quate previous training in t h e f u n d a it is not respectful to open a book or ^times were very close t h e first half, mental subjects and m e t h o d s of study, note-book in order to hastily acquire but the upper classmen showed t h e lo enable him to derive benefit f r o m s o m e i n f o r m a t t n n on a neglected les- value of experience t h e second half, a college education. son. Nor is it respectful to hold a T h e seniors a r e now quite certain of Some one h a s said, t h a t education whispered conversation while t h e B i - / W i n n i n g t h e basketball t o u r n a m e n t ble is being read or while prayer is . f o r this year, but it is still possible is the t r a i n i n g of the h e a r t and mind offered. The Bible is God's Wfcrd. f o r t h e j U n i o r s to cop t h e coveted in the appreciation of values. EviGod, Himself, is speaking unto us, honors. • The percentages a r e now aa dently, then t h e ideal student is one who properly evaluates t h e various and therefore, t h e greatest respect follows: should be rendered to the reading of Lost Won P e t . phases and activities of s t u d e n t life; t h e Blule he will place first 0 Seniors 4 . 1 0 0 0 in other words Likewise, when p r a y e r is offered. J u n i o r s 3 1 .750 things first. He knows t h a t t h e inlet it not be the t h o u g h t s and words Sophs 3 . 2 r j 0 structors of his institution a r e his 1 of one Individual praying for himself Frosh 0 4 . 0 0 0 lrlends, and he r e m e m b e r s t h r o u g h and others, but l e t each student and out his course t h a t when he enrolls —o— instructor pray the words of t h e in the institution he. by t h a t very act. Continued f r o m P a g e One speaker in his or her own heart. Thru subscribed and declared himself subprayer we c o m m u n e with the Infinite l o 1 , t h e affirmative. Western present- ject to its rules and regulations. One. and it is f r o m the Infinite God ^ P a u l F r a n s e t h , Elton Cole, W e n F u r t h e r t h a n this 1 would say, a!i that we look for help, strength, and d e , , Gates, with Verne Mabie a s alhonor to the s t u d e n t who, besides dowisdom to accomplish the day's tasks. t e r n a t e . while J a y Wabeke. Russell ing his a c a d e m i c work well, is able It Is indeed fitting to cultivate proper V a n I ) y k e ' a n d Dwight Yntema. a p to represent his "Alma M a t e r " ou respect during our Chapel services. P e a r e d for Hope. Following the deioi;ensic or athletic teams. And what we cultivate t h e r e Is also h a t e t h e Judges pointed out to th*? M. J. Gibson, a valuable asset toward other relig- contestants their good and bad points, The Engllsfi D e p a r t m e n t : — T h e ftnal lous services. Let us think of these Question offered was: Will The ideal student's "business !s things! Congress exercise t h e power of intergrowing."* ^ ^ 55 preting the Constitution better t h a n Intellectually he sets his own s t a n o the C o u r t ? Which will serve the peodard of excellence. Superior ability, FIXAIJ DEBATES OX F R I D A Y pie better? A crowd of about 3-00 witnessed the be t h a t his gift, he ever squander^ Alma und K a l a m i u o o C o l l e w Opponsc ( , e b n t e l n o I u d l n R G e r l . l t wessollk, In the s m u g complacency of doing The public a r g u m e n t a t i o n season is p e t w W e M e l i n k Bruno B r u n s "as well as most of the fellows/' His anrt rapidly drawing lo a close. On Friday f r o n , H o p e Ju(,g,H wel.e prof, B e n . moderate ability is supplemented b j night, F e b r u a r y 27. Hope's Afflrma- n e t W e a v e i , E n g l l g h D e p t . , M. A. C.: determined application. Tolerance, live team, consisting of Stanley A!- M r , A r t h u r A m l r e „ , s , President of too, forces him to consider t h e other Iwt.s. rheodore Lssenbaggers, Pete. Grand Rapids J u n i o r College and Mr. side of every question, to learn all the I'Sselmk and Carl Hoffman, will N. j Weiss, Debate Coach. K a l a m a - facts before he judges. meet the Alma College debaters a l z 0 0 C e n t r a | „ l g h S c h o o i , Morally, as well, he erects a perAlma. The Negative team, made up sonal s t a n d a r d . He is never conteni Of Bruno Itruns, Gerrit Wesselink. ( HAPEL CHIMES to live on any moral plane above Dwight Yntema and J a y Wabeke, — which he can glimpse a nobler one. will clash with the Kalamazoo Thursday m o r n i n g Dr. Dlmnent TT e sloughs off codes of adolescent College debaters. This debate Is a p ' q , ' p a brief b u t instructive talk t.o gang ethics, to emerge morally, as bome contest, only three of the men t l i e student body concerning the c h a r well, as physically an adult. group will participate. Thus n o t o r and ability of Dr. Burton, who Socially, he is zealous In acquiring far Hope has lost two of her clashes, B 0 lately passed away. In the course 8 H e is •bp M. A. C. contest being a non-deh* discussion he also mentioned a courteous ease and grace. cislon debate. No admission fee will T* t h e contrasting t r a i t s of t h e quick to note the differece between Jate be charged for t h e debate to be held Samuel Gompers, first and f o r e - his own mannens and those of ot/heis and then to ascertain which usage here Friday night.* most of America's labor leaders.

tradition sanctions. He sets h i m s e u to gain wide practice in t h e a r t of getting on smoothly with his fellows. His business of growing he regards as real business, his prime concern. Hiw t e a c h e r s he considers as friends, h u m a n a n d fallible, but sometimes wiser t h a n he, a n d usually honestly bent upon serving him In his quest for t h e personality locked u p within him. JH'e u n d e r s t a n d s , however, t h a t he Is not educated by his t e a c h e r s but 4v his own reactions to experience, that t h e t e a c h e r Is merely a n incident, a p u r v e y o r of s o m e of t h e material which he must himself awdmilate In^o the new person he Is becoming.

WVAND WICHERS, History D e p a r t m e n t : — T h e Ideal student keeps himself "physically fit, mentally alert and spiritually alive." He exercises the virtues of hard work, right living ana great thinking. H e m a k e s himself the heir of all the ages t h r o u g h reading and contact with t h e men of all tirm-. He develops positive and sterling convictions t h a t cannot be shaken by every wind of doctrine. Co-ordinating all t h e poweis of his personality, cultivating all his ibest institutions, t h i n k i n g constructively, learning true s t a n d a r d s for judgment, he consec r a t e s himself to t h e best service to h u m a n society. The Ideal student t r a i n s with e n t h u s i a s m a n d devotion to m a k e Life count, and to m a k e Living noble.

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Mrs. Douma, Mrs. Krotje, and Mrs. Vander Meer drove over from Grand Hapids last Thursday to visit their Voorhees friends. We hear strange rumors about Dr. Nykerk. The other day. while officially piloting the girls thru New York City he was so preoccupiod in keeping thom all together that forgot where he was going and caused them all to lose their way in the busy metropolis.

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The whole table sat up and took notice when AI De Key announced his engagement then sank back reP l a n s this year a r e for a larger and lieved, when he added "to sing n. better Conference t h a n ever before. r-i ^ Hope church Sunday mornings." (•JnillimilllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllMllllMMMMIMIIMa] -••••©o. 1 he progam has been adapted to the needs and desires of the modern stuWhere Most Ladies Go i Edith Mannings is entertaining her dent and includes several special feafriend, Burgle Harrison, f r o m Grand tures. The hosts," Calvin College, Uapids for the week-end. have been very f o r t u n a t e In securing For Weddings ^ind Parties. t h e use of the superb plant and equipSprays for Funerals Do You? I ment of the Trinity Community 1 he Ciossip Club will have its reguFlowers delivered anywhere in We Specialize in Bobbing and church, the finest a n d most complete lar meeting at Van Vleck Hall next Shingling U. S. In the Middle West. The entire ConSaturday under the auspices of J o h n Work Done by an Expert Barber I ference: addresses, interviews, discusny De Bell. The important subject. TWELFTH ST. FLORAL SHOP sion groups, exhibits, motion pictures, "Shall we abolish the significance of HEINIE H U I Z E N G A , Prop. Ovtr Green Mill Cafe radio broadcasting, gymnasium, sothe •three-date-systemV is up for Phone 5501 cial hours and meals can all be held HOLLAND, MICH. \ discussion. All come prepared. ir s under one roof, thus eliminating inHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiimiHiwpy the decison should be negative, we 0" many of the undesirable features of wish to Inform you t h a t "Corky" the average conference. Muilenburg and Edith Klerk are engaged. It is proposed to lay proportionate A T T E N X I O N ! stress upon addresses by famous experts f r o m the various foreign fields, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday you get a Harriet Henneveld Is contemplating together with personal interviews Shampoo and Marcel for $1.00 at a trip to Chicago in the very near with these men and women, who also f u t u r e to see a certain medical stu17 E. 8 St. YE BE A U1Y SHOPPE Ph. 2422 represent the various types of workdent in whom she is very much iners, and upon the w a r m Christian Use same Stairway as Lacey's Studio terested. fellowship with other students in informal discussion groups, social and ALU M M .\K\VS "off" hours and meals.

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Martin De Wolf of Rochester, who has been doing missionary work in "It's been just a firstclass paper this India for three years is enrolled m year, expressing the true spirit of the Junior class of Hartford Univers- Hope in all its make-up. I surely beity. lieve the entire etaff is due a vote of o t h a n k s from alumni and students. Of The engagement of Miss Pauline course, I followed Jerry's work rathZook to Meinte Schuurman, '22, h i s er closely, but have also enjoyed the been announced. Miss Zook is a SIM- entire paper, and especially enjoyed dent at the Villore Medical College. the editorials, I didn't always agree Mr. Schuurman is a short term mis- but they made one think and therein sionary, teaching at the High School lay their perfection. I really do beat Vellore. His term expires next lieve it takes one who h a s worked on summer. t h e Anchor to fully appreciate it and o to sympathize with it's seeming shortFriday evening, Feb. 19, Mrs. John comings. Dalenburg's voice was broadcasted "In all my life at Hope I've observf r o m a Chicago station. Mrs. Dalen- ed t h a t the kickers on anything were burg was formerly Miss Helene Van mostly those who lacked sympathy Raalte. with t h e common fallings of mankind.

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G r e e n M i l l Cafe T r y a place w h e r e good service a n d r e finement are p r e d o m i n a n t . T h e G r e e n Mill is n o t e d for CLEANLINESS, SERVICE, QUALITY

Green Mill Cafe

Proprietor

Hear Josh Hoogenboom Play the Flute —in—

The Cabinet Minister FEB. 25th and 26th DON'T

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FINE PIANOS -AND-

Players, Victrolas and Records —at the—

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St. PUnot and Victrolas rented at reasonable prices.

DUKE'S CAFE 47 East Eighth St. e

Good t h i n g s t o e a t in a h o m e - l i k e atmosphere.

Cleanliness is our Watchword

Printing Is The Inseparable COMPANION O F ACHIEVEMENT. From the registering of the birthday of a child to the final certificate of his death, every day printing must play a part, and without it man would not achieve much.

Steketee - Van Huis Printing House Successors to Klaasen Printing Co.

9 East 10th St.

Complete Scrvicc

Holland. Mich

Rich, Refreshing Malted M i l k s

THE WAFFLE SHOP Bishop & Raffenand The Bicycle Shop. Skates Sharpened. Keys Duplicated.

tches, Jewelry :o. H. Huizinga & Co. JEWELERS No. 6 East 8ih St.

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Glassware

Maer Komerod nz sunc az hee Icrned wee wur t h e lukee wuns 2 bee eelekted editors uv this kolum kons r a t o o l a t e d us and axed us too adreo t h e Kownsel uv Holland. B4 wee doo thla however wee rgoelng too rite a essae on Holland and slvik pryde wich will bee t h e esance uv owr speach b4 t h e kownsel. Wee no t h a t In this wee wll receeve thu s u p o r t uv thu stewdence 4 t h a e all a d m y t t h a t iTolland Iz betar t h a n t h e r e respektlv h o m e townes. Thee fyrst eceenclel uv slvlk pry do Iz a good strete cleenlng fors. Holland laks this but It iz nevar too lai\ toe lern orr two bee sorey and remldee it. Menl sujestyuns hav bin maid too thee kownsel konserning this problum. Thee most faverubl won seems 2 b thee won maid bi Simon Veen owr towne's moste progresiv taylor and lolel sltlzen hoo ses that thee streets shood b roled up and tayken In at nyte 2 keep thee sno off uv them. X m a e r Stephon sugjests that thee poleese forS bee increesed soe t h a t I hee streatv? mite b kept worm bl t h e r e futsteps and t h u s thee snoe bee meltid. Wee sugject that thee f o r m , er sherif Fortney be maid capten uv thee forse. All In favor sae eye. Howevyr moest thee snoe hast meltid and this probllm of keaplng st reals klean base ben layd asyde. Wiee onedur wat thee peepul uf thee ' cltee wll du abote t h a r e syedwalcs now. Sande and ashise hav ben hugheud to giv a gud sirflse to the ise; t r a c k tors hav been hughesd to maik thee Ise rult thus malklng walcing easier. Salt base ben hughesd to sees on thee ise; karpets hav ben hughesd to lesson thee shok of thee feet fawl. but never wunce deed enywun a t t e m p d to shuvel It uff. Thee peepil byleeve t h a t thee forwes of n a i t u r e shood not bee destroyed and • we agrle weeth them—sumtymes. A n u t h e r thynge wee wyshe tu kung r a d u l a d e thee a d m l n l s s t r a s h u m of theese nobul towne is thee wal thee sitisons dryve t h e e r aughtoemobeels K a t h e r then scalr enywun ore shok enywun seveerlee fore a littel wile theye do not bloe t h e r e h o m e s but m a i k a reel job of It In ordyr that thee vlctym mal feal know payne. Traftik kops r not kneaded In this "slrvlvel of t h e e fattest," but each yere too vspeshul ofiecers r asynd to watch and proteched t h o e s komlng f r o m Cedar Grove ad vlslnlty and teech t h e m howe to a c k u s t o m t h e m selves to thee h u b u b of a blge sltee. . Thee smoke newsance In Oils towne is a problem wlch wee thlnke kneads Immeedeeate solushun. We r gowlng to proepose a lawe t h a t thee excessive smoeklng Vorehease Hawl be declalred nul voyd. Thee a d m l n Ishtrashun of thee kolledgee haso whone opposislon to this proeposed lawe but stewdence if we hav yure souport wee kan Inact thee lawe despite this opposlshun. Henry Costing too musst not bee alloudd to dryve sow faste four in soe during hee byrns up too mooch rode. Slvlk pryde in clew ds meny othyr t h i n g s Inclewdlng shoppe at home lew f u r thee h o h m gerls, townes bewtee skuleUs, etc. but these r toplck« In themselves soe wee wll treet them latur. In klosing howeevur thee edltoors of these kolume w u d e lyke to leeve theese mesalge f u r thee kunsoolmun ackult yureselves lyke men bee strung. o Did you know t h a t — * If defeated on the high seas we would be lost. The raw material f o r chewing gum hs Imported. Guess—A C h a r a c t e r Sketch— He wraps a ten dollar 1)111 around a roll of ones. Olivet College has modified Its excuse system. The plan of two por cent off for each cut will remain In force, but a committee is to be formed t o defend the students who have I f t l Uma(e excuses.

Have Your Suits Made at NICK DYKEMA'S

OVER REEFER'S RESTAURANT '

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Arctic Fro si Biles

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5 CENTS The Boston Restaurant 32 WEST EIGHTH ST.

Our Patrom are Satiified

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N. HOFFMAN & SON, Proprietors

Keefer'vS

Restaurant

29 W. Eighth Street

BERNARD KEEPER, Prop. AMARICAN SSNRIC*

P h o n * 544S

LADIES AND G E N T L E M E N !

WHEN YOU WANT THE FINEST IN

Ice Cream, Candies, Fruits and Nuts,come to A. PATSY FABIANO 26 West Eighth Street

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SPECIAL SALE -ON-

O V E R C O A T S ^ OFF

P. S. BOTER & CO. BRICK

BULK

Hoekstra's Ice Cream CREAM OF UNIFORM QUALITY 65 West 8th St.

Phone 2212

BITES

FROST

We carry a large assortment of Chocolate Bars. Bulk Chocolates 49c. Box Candies at 79c.

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 54 Ea.t 8th St.

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/ O R Distinctive Stationery, Unique Pror § i grams and Menus, or Fine Papers, the / Holland Printing Co. can serve you best. Holland's Finest Printers

210 College Avenue

MAKE OUR PLACE Your home for Kodak Finishing, Framing and Gifts G L A D

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H O L L A N D PHOTO SHOP

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D. J. DuSAAR

10 East 8th St.

I SPRING SUITS AND TOP COATS In our effort to give you quality we have not forgotten fair prices. Kvery Suit in our collection is a wonderful value that combines these two essentials.

Visser & Bareman s o E. 8 h St.

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02-25-1925