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Volume XXXIII

Number 20

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T h e g r e a t e s t crowd of the season and t h e greatest a m o u n t of good old Hope Spirit filled Carnegie Gym to the doors and t h e beams. Jessie's crew of rooters violated every law of P r o f . Nykerk ( f r o m the way it " l i s t e n e d " ) — a n d A r a b s section of he-rooters well-nigh rivalled • the girls. But when Peeps p u t us all thru f o r the yells t h e r e was evidence of pep a-plenty. J u s t because 1M. A. C. made more points than our boys, we a r e not down-hearted; we can say, " G r e a t game, M to every man who played, A n y w a y the g a m e was too long and should have ended t w e n t y minutes earlier, before t h a t Heasley f o u n d a scheme to make an u n l a w f u l number of points by waving his a r m s in t h e air, like saying " s o deep," j u s t a f t er he had closed his eyes and guessed where the b a s k e t was when h e shot the b a l l . Those semaphore signals saved the ball f r o m missing the opening o f t e n and we wish to herewith compliment M r . Heasley on his discovery. B u t the editor again persuaded me to tell a b o u t the M. A. C.-Hope game, and I t ' s late now so I'll j u s t write G a r r y a little note about it all and make an e x t r a copy. Dear G a r r y : —

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S o r r y , old top. you couldn't be here to see t h e g a m e Hope played tonight But

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hundred, did you T h e O r a n g e and Blue goes to Al^ say? YeBt fifty ' Cosmopolitans, u n d r blon F r i d a y to do w h a t ? Again to g r a d u a t e s and ajmuni, assembled in win two finta in the M. O. L. O u r Cosmopolitan hall on Monday even- o r a t o r s a r e trained as only Dr. Nykerk can p r e p a r e t h e m ; they will ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 1 a g r 0 0 m s e f " Y'" „ " - f . , make the strongest bid f o r honors b e a u t i f u l l y decorated m green and yet known in the s t a t e contest. W e white crepe, with Hope and Cosmos are with V e r a and Jud, all the way. pennants, pillows, and b a n n e r s artisLet's have a big delegation to show a r r a n ? e d Albion t h a t f a c t . T h e Freshmen acted as waiters, Best of luck. V e r a ! Say it with and a f t e r a happy " g e t - t o g e t h e r " , all y o u ' v e got, J u d ! m e m b e r s sat down to a sumptuAll the rest of y o u — nieal, in wtoich "pasteurized ous " S h o u t a shout sons of Hope like poultry'* and < p Newlywed r s jawa bugle b l a s t ! " c r a c k e r s ' ' played no p a r t of little importance. A f e w of t h e m e m b e r s being novices in the a r t of m a s t e r i n g the " N e v e H S l i p s ' ^ or smoking weeds w e r e obliged to h u n t f o r Tom Sawy e r s knife. However, a s t a g is a g^ag, and T u e s d a y being a day of vacation, every one tried his hand GAY ZENOLA MAC LAREN RE a t "Rofbert Burns. , , CONSTRUCTS ENTIRE C A S T . A f t e r dinner was served, John R. (BY IMPERSONATION Kem'pers, in command of t h e good ship Cosmos, called upon his mates. Next A n n u a l L e c t u r e Course Promwith the following w h o responded ised to Exceed $1,000 Mark a propos toasts and songs: Vox, et P r a e t e r e a Nihil Gay Zenola Mac Laren scored a Hertoert M e n t i n k t r i u m p h last Wednesday evening Faux Pas A. R y n b r a n t when .she presented ^ F r i e n d l y EnWarbalo. Cosmos Q u a r t e t t e e m i e s " before a large and appreciaFides ad I n f i n i t u m . .Chris. Walvoord tive audience. While this play w a s Ewig Weibliche B e r t P e n n i n g s produced during the war, and is Amici.. G e r r i t T i m m e r r a t h e r unpopular a t a time w h e n all As the deep of n i g h t had already war plays and fiction a r e r a t h e r uncrept upon our happy festivities, we desirable, y e t she read it in a manprepared to " b r e a k c a m p ; ' ' and af- ner which pleased all who heard her. t e r singing the Cosmos song, the Miss MacLaren is a m a s t e r in h e r crowd advanced to Voorhees Dormi- a r t . H e r imitative powers are beyond tory where a s e r e n a d e was ' ' i n d u l g e d proper eulogy. F r o m the outset in." when she imitated the maid receivT\hus endeth a n o t h e r c h a p t e r in the ing a caller, to t h e very last m i n u t e history of the Cosmopolitan Society. when she imitated the old G e r m a n

Spirit of Good Fellowship a t High Tide f o r Washington Stag

A f t e r a profitable day of vacation a score a n d ten of F r a t e r s gathered in t h e time-honored hall to commemo r a t e — a s eaoh year t h e y are wont to d o — t h e F a t h e r of our country and the traditions and spirit of the Fraternals. T h e b e a u t i f u l l y done interior of the b a n q u e t room in t h e sulbdued light was a pleasant c o n t r a s t to the sleety w m d without. With f e e t and hands toasted around the fire—and h e a r t s as w a r m — t h e comp a n y sat down to a t a s t e f u l and ample b a n q u e t which, being a stag, could be enjoyed w i t h o u t f e a r of sett i n g an evil example to the better ^ix fifths of m e n — a s Dick Blocker has it. L e t it suffice t h a t f r o m the Alpha of T o m a t o Bouillon to the Omega of w r e a t h e d smokes, with chicken and mashed potatoes and t h e r e s t b e t w e e n , t h e F r a t e r s showed a f u l l appreciation. When the final obsequies of t h e menu w e r e complete, F r a t e r I r h m a n introduced a r o u n d of f o r m a l and in' f o r m a l t o a s t and r e p a r t e e . F r a t e r s V a n d e r Ploeg, Baker, Blocker, and De Wolf responded to toasts on " W h i t e C h i e f , " " O u r s e l v e s / ' "Minn e h a h a / a n d ' ' A r r o w s , " with a violin solo by F r a t e r Bloemendal and a clarinet duet by F r a t e r s Van P u t t e n and L u i d e n s offering pleasing variations. T h e Delphi braved t h e n i g h t to s e r e n a d e a t the appropriate moment in F r a t e r B l o c k e r ' s speech. Then a r o u n d ol stories with t h e best of wit in play, a couple flashes, a midnight s e r e n a d e — a n d the company g r e e t e d the new day. A n o t h e r American in ' ' M y Country 'tis of F r a t e r n a l s t a g was done. t h e e , " she was p e r f e c t . All the men DELPHI WAFFLE in the audience fell in love with the old German m o t h e r with her sweet Do you know w h a t a waffle is? "Now, papa, d o n ' t get so e x c i t e d . " "A crisp, indented b a t t e r cake It seems t h a t all the women in the cooked in a waffle iron." This is audience r a t h e r admired the old man W e b s t e r ' s definition and it sounds " B o r n Carl, live Carl, and die Carl." good t o u # h u n g r y Voorhees Hallites T h e wonder of the entire recital But compared with a Delphi W a f f l e ! was the absoluteness with which Miss Listen, and I will give you the inMac Laren e n t e r e d into the characg r e d i e n t s : T h i r t y , h u n g r y , dorm-bet e r of the individual whom she imiregulated, Faculty-belessoned girls t a t e d . There was also the quicknness sitting in genial comradeship on t h e of transition which is usually lackfloor of Kay Schmidt's cottage, ing in all public reading. While she plates stacked high with t h e " c r i s p , was upon the stage alone, yet to one i n d e n t e d " cakes, pitchers s t e a m i n g who closed his eyes it seemed as if odorously with maple s y r u p , smaller the entire cast of the original play plates bearing generous shares of w a s in action. She was a t her best in rich yellow 1)utterr. I t is made crisp, the humorous m o m e n t s of t h e playthis p a r t i c u l a r Delphi Waffle, with and these m o m e n t s were n o t acking. m e r r y laughter and stories and song. Dr. Nykerk introduced Miss Mac I t is indented b y Bright Ideas and Laren, and announced a L e c t u r e the p o w e r f u l influences of Will, Course n e x t y e a r which would exT h e r e you have the complete deficeed the $1,000 mark. One of the nition and isn't i t " s o m e " waffle? f e a t u r e s will b e Mr. Ott with h i s lecture on " S o u r Grapes.'*

FriendlyEnemies" Is Much Praised

Club Play Next , j j m Tuesday and Thursday. D r a m a t i c

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gosh! The second half M. A . C. took a Yankee, when you come back, advantage of the west Ibasket t h a t because you know, Garry, she underwe had t r a i n e d . T h e y overSid t h e stands Iowa so well now, t h a t it privilege, r a t h e r . That Heasley, W ould b e sort of disappointing mayG a r r y , they ought to call fouls on be. him f o r waving his a r m s a t the ball Dearly yours, to m a k e it go in. I t delayed H o p e ' s Hugih (the "g" is winning the game until next y e a r . . silent.) M. A. C. w e r e seemingly o u t f o r rej a l m o s t f o r o t m y volume on the venge that second half. J u s t to ' ^preliminaries." It aure was a g r e a t show them. Dyke reached out and g^me. The Reserves beat the Bethdeposited two points on the score- a n y c h u r c h team of Muskegon, Bill board f r o m about a mile or six V a n d e r W e r p ' s pride. The* Reserves across the floor. B u t then Heasley s t a r t e d r a t h e r late in the first half ( s a m e chap I mentioned slightly b u ( t i t e n d e d t e n t o nine in their once again b e f o r e ) , f o u n d the glass f a v o r # The second half started out eye in his p a n t ' s pocket. He was w j t i 1 good defensive t e a m work. The j u s t tired of missing, l h a t put the score was close and the lead seeAggies in the f r o n t rank and f r o m sawed till w e were dizzy. AH the t h e n on J o h n s o n was employed in men played fine ball ibut Kemp surecalling foulfe which seemed to be to l y excelled and outdid himself. The H o p e ' s advantage. Dick's eye w a s t Reserves came out ahead 22 18. Hakr i g h t on the nothing p a r t of the r i n g the Seminole, r e f e r e e d the game t h a t m e a n t one each time he looked w i t h satisfaction of course. Say, Gara t it. T h e other p l a y e r s all showed r y f y \ \ g end the box score by special g r e a t respect to Dick because t h e y m a i l > B e c a r e f u l w h e n y o u u n p a c k stopped playing whenever he wanted ; t< >

PRATERS FEAST ON CHICICEN — A N D TOASTS

to cast a foul. Commanding personUnconditionally yours, age, Dick is. Oozes out inspiration ' Hugh.* albout him!—Oh, and Mike sent the Hope M A C ball on a f a r cry too f o r two. T h a t W a s s e n a a r R. F Heasley was fine. I ' m sending him a rub- Jajyinga L. F Gilkey berized b o u q u e t of pansies tomor- S d u f l i r m a n s C . . . . . . . . . Higbie r o f , with this inscription, " H e was V a n P u t t e n . . . . . J l . G . . . . Fessenda dead s h o t . " Mike will think I mean Joldersma L. G Doty " a l l fight." B u t t h e r e ' s nothing like Score- T 27-23. b e i n g happy over your cup of sorField -(ioals—-Japinga 4, Van P u t rows, G a r r y , and we m a y be, because teR 2, S c h u u r m a n s 1, Joldersma 1, w e lost 4;he game in a n honorable" Doty 3 / H e a s l e y 3, Higbie 2. Foul way to an h o n o r a b l e t e a m a n d a throwsJapinga 7 out of 8; GiWcey 11 good one. Hope deserves credit for o u t of 14. R e f e r e e , Johnson of Purher good work and figiht. due. Scorer, -Mol. T i m e r , Prof. Hoping, Garry, that you won't talk Lampen.

ALBERT Black and white and red all over M i a t was it? No, you didn't guess it this time, b u t j u s t ask t h e boarders a t Voorhees Hall! T h e y know. Last F r i d a y night the u n e x p e c t e d took place. All eyes w e r e turned t o w a r d t h e f a r t h e r end of t h e room where a f e s t i v e "board was decked beneath the flaming b a n n e r of '23. B u t w h a t was the cause of it? Simply the 37th anniversary of AlB e r t ' s b i r t h d a y . T h e time-honored saying ' ' E a t , drink and be m e r r y " w a s carried o u t to p e r f e c t i o n . Then the room re-echoed with emthusiastic rooting f o r the t e a m a n d the last sound that rung In the delighted e a r s of the Hopeites was: "''Sophomores, Sophomores, you're the class for me, Sophomores, Sophomores, Class of

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March 8—The Porune Hunter—March 10. SOPHS-JUNIORS Well, the Class Basketball Tourna merit is all set to ^ g i n over again, the Freshies having defeated the Juniors, Sophs theijfieniors. Juniors the Sophs, and the Seniors the Freshies. Laist Wednesday the Jun iors won from the Sophomores in a nice rough game with Plik taking the all-«rtar part (passing rings around the Sophs?), and H. Lubbers- and Pockets running a close race t o see who could take the longeat shots. The game was comparatively free from fpuls due to the ability of the official not to see them as they w e r e c o T | j i t t e d . B u t joking aside the class games s o r e a r e interesting to witness. Make it a point to be out and boost f o r y ( a > class.

TELUGU HELPERS' CONFERENCE, MADANAPALLE "CHICK" DE JONG WRITES FROM HOPE HIGH SCHOOL IN INDIA The Telugu Helpers' C o n f e r e n c e held h e r e last week Thursday, Friday, S a t u r d a y and S u n d a y , proved to be so i n t e r e s t i n g t h a t I t h o u g h t you might like to h e a r a brief acc o u n t of it. J u s t as in the days of H i a w a t h a , when Gitche Manito, the Mighty, called the tribe of m e n together, So "Mr. H a r r y " Scudder called together f o r a conference the " t r i b e " t h a t singeth the Telugu language. E a c h village in t h e district brought i t s first converts to Christianity, i t Adam and Eve, A b r a h a m and S a r a h , and t h e writers of the gospel, including perhaps a f e w persons who bore the n a m e of " T h e A c t s , " a s the Indian Christians have a peculiar affinity to Bible n a m e s and terms. On T h u r s d a y evening the " H e l p e r s " w e r e helped t o u n d e r s t a n d •" H o w the World is F e d " when "the y o u n g " (Mr. De J o n g e ) missionary explained some slides t h a t were thrown on the wall a t the girls' school. T h conclusion reached w a s t h a t , a f t e r all, the world is n o t f e d by t h e millions of people who are called producers, b u t t h a t it is t h e ADmighty F a t h e r w h o feeds His children, n o t only with their daily bread, b u t also with t h e B r e a d of Life e x e r l a s t i n f . F r i d a y m o r n i n g f o u n d t h e Madanapalle church, erected several y e a r s ago in honor of Dr. J a c o b C h a m b e r ' lain, crowded! with Christian helpers, a n d it is needless to say t h a t t h e y were g r e a t l y helped by the splendid sermons * delivered there t h a t morning. A f t e r t h e spiritual message bad been conveyed by hymns, unfamiliar in words, b u t f a m i l i a r in t u n e , P a s t o r Samuel T h o m a s , the chairman, announced the topic, ""Christian Service," a n d Rev. E. T h a v a moni of Vellore pronounced a n address in such clear convincing t o n e s that altho I did n o t u n d e r s t a n d a word he said, y e t I f e l t as if h e were talking to me personally. One of t h e English {sentences dropped d u r i n g his address r e m i n d s m e of the necessity of h u r r y i n g with this brief account, viz., "The Lord's business requires haste." Rev. Thavamoni, who is on t h e staff of the Arcot Theological S e m i n a r y , is Indeed a t r u e Indian convert. v For t w e n t y - f o u r y e a r s t h i s soul ha^ been engaged in n o t only p r e p a r i n g h i m ' setf f o r t h e life to come, but has been p r e p a r i n g several sons of India, t h a t they might go forth to preach the Message of the P a t t e r . The second speaker of this meeting, as f o r all the suocessive meetings, was Rev. G. Gershom of Vepery, Madras, District Superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal Church. What a consecrated life is his! Well, I remember some of the incidents in his life that were told ud by his eager lips. H e was a poor orphan child, and was taken by an English woman, who ^ an education with the h o p e would serve in the yard. When he der years of the in t h *


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*le P 1 1 1 , 9 1 1 ® ^ 8 U C ^ a foBcf- 0 t t r n n r y*** ^ know, such things have hap' pened b e f o r e . In f a c t , it is the old — E u r o p e a n policy o f ^ T / o u let m e P-iblbUd tvtry Wedn»«ity darlBf th« Ool- a i o n e here, and I'll let y o u # a l o n e J » r by .tujMU ot Hop. O o l l ^ t h e r e - » R u m < ) r h a s i t t h a t gome/TT1% W A '

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tk ^ v® ™ i nut / Theodore YnUma. Bdltor-ln-Chlef P«ter De Vrlea Associate Editor v £ 2 ^ Vw R^ite::::z:::::zz Frieda HdtUnd. Campue Newe Tunli Baker Rapid Fire

thing? of the same kind played a Part m making up of t h e League ^ . T. . of Nations—the consent of certain powers to the assigning of certain possessions in certain territories the ., , . . . . , % right to which might be questioned.

can of mytelf do nothing." P r a y e r ie our co-operation with God by which we give H i m t h e o p p o r t u n i t y of d o i n g in us w h a t H e w a n t s t o do. Right a f t e r E l i z a b e t h ' s talk, Isla P r u i m very sweetly s a n g ' T h e r e is a Land Mine Eye H a t h S e e n . " Then a n u m b e r of girrls showed us how even in little ways w e can allow Christ to increase in our lives.

ANNOUNCEMENT Religious Book Week March 13 to 20 National effort to place

Religious Books in the Home The Slogan is

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A n d 14 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT *<>** n 0 t f" efra^rOn Monday evening, the Y. M. C. Evert Flikkema. l-Manmier d i n a r y amount of credulity to be* liev t h a t this actually happened. If A. m e t a t their accustomed place Let's^oH M f** if t h e U. S. with Charles Loomans as leader, BOt g 0 m u c h vvcrse# „ Maglt OopiM n * Om%» Q o v e r n m e n t had anything t o do with since t h e meeting was primarily f o r Accepted (or l u m . . at SMCM tux, of t h e bringing such things a b o u t , so the Preps. T h e - s u b j e c t f o r discusoost^e provided for fa SecUon 1108. Art m U c h the worse f o r t h e U. S. Gov* sion w a s " L e s t f!e Be J u d g e d . " •/ October. 1917, a'rttariaed October 1®. , , , , i « M Loomans in his brief talk b r o t out 1918. e r n m e n t , I have had a firm convic"Judge " tion in m y h e a r t f o r a long time t h a t the f a c t t h a t the passage, n o t lest ye be j u d g e d , " was o f t e n one v r OPEN FORUM ® y solutely tihrown overboard by na- misinterpreted. To f o r m opinions is n o t wrong, but to find f a u l t and to th DR. OLTMANS R E P L I E S ON T H E t i m * } n B n y 8 " P f n t ^ ; W 0 AMERICAN-JAPANESE ^ p e a c e 4a"d brotherhood draw hasty conclusions are wrong. is this v e r y t h i n g — t r a d i n g on some Christ himself came not to judge, one else's property to save your but to save t h a t which was lost. It 33^ percent off on all Gym Shirts. own. I am sure it is down right behooves each one of us to look into Dear E d i t o r : — wicked, and is despicably m e a n a t his own h e a r t first b e f o r e passing Your issue of December 15, 1920, the same time. If America desires j u d g m e n t on others, T h e world will j u d g e men, Hope j u s t came to hand. An article in it i m m u n i t y f r o m J a p a n e s e immigrau n d e r the c a p t i o n : * ' D u r i n g T h a t t i o n — n o w possible u n d e r c u r laws is being judged by her graduates. Spare H a l f - H o u r / ' specially attract- and regulations—let America her- Be c a r e f u l then, t h a t you live up to ed my attention. * I am glad you ex- self pay f o r the immunity, and not her ideals and uplhold her religious horted the Hopeites to read certain China or any other helpless country. a t m o s p h e r e . - ' " W i t h w h a t m e a s u r e articles in the Atlantic Monthly and F o r m a r k you, in this sort of a/bom- ye mete it, shall b e measured unto the F o r u m on the America-Japan inable compromise it is always a to y o u , " question. I t certainly calls f o r so»ber helpless third p a r t y t h a t is pounced wide-awake and clear thinking. But upon to pay the cost. And t h a t w h a t really provoked me to writing m a k e s it doubly h a t e f u l in the sight is a certain expression used in said of God. It smacks decidedly of the CASPER BELT article at the close of the first para- one of the little ewo lambs in the pargraph. Allow me to q u o t e the exact able Nathan told to King David. w o r d s : 4 ' I n the m a t t e r of J a p a n e s e • Is It presumptuous f o r me t o say, immigration the outlook is some- Mr. E d i t o r , to our Hopeites, whethw h a t more tangible, present indica- er a t Hope or out of it,—consider tions showing t h a t t h e negotiations this phase of the i n t e m a t l o a n l queswill undoubtedly result in a compro- tions today, and along this lin^ mise, J a p a n ' s content to restriction " ' s q u a r e your intellectual debt to of emigration to A m e r i c a in r e t u r n y o u r s e l v e s " ? f o r o u r content to J a p a n e s e expanBut come to right conclusions on sion in C h i n a . " t h e m , I am sure, requires more than N o w IMr. Editor, I presume the intellect,—it requires, soul, sym* article was an editorial, b u t even if pathy, a real sense of Justice and of so, as the ^ undoubted r e s u l t " is not brotherhood. I suppose it is too stated as t h e w r i t e r ' s opinion how early in our a g e to expect Govern' HE air is composed of molecules. They constantly said America-Japan negotiations m e n t , those in a u t h o r i t y — t o ask bombard you from all sides. A thousand taps by a ought to result, m y following re- themselves in t r y i n g to settle interthousand knuckles will close a bam door. The taps marics are n o t a criticism on the national questions, "What would writer of t h e article in any sense, J e s u s d o ? " P e r h a p s m a n y of them as a whole constitute a push. So the constant bombardment but an expression of indignation- would call tjiat " b o s h " . But aftof the air molecules constitutes a push. At sea-level the air — r i g h t e o u s indignation I h o p e — er all, f u n d a m e n t a l l y considered, molecules push against every square inch of you with a against the sort of a compromise t h e r e is no other law to go by and total pressure of nearly fifteen pounds. suggested, ,by which ,America a n d be s a f e in the end, whether in perJ a p a n would t r a d e on the rights or sonal, national or international Pressure, then, is merely a matter of bombarding moleproperty of another country, China questionscules. in this case. T h a t k i n d of thing alWell, I realize right here t h e danways makes m y iblood boil—if you ger of falling into sermonizing, and When you boil water you make its molecules fly off. can imagine your oldest Hopeite on t h a t was not at all my purpose. I The water molecules collide with the air molecules. It takes the foreign field still allowing his told my w i f e j u s t now t h a t I was blood to come to t h e boiling point, writing an ' ' i n d i g n a t i o n article," a higher temperature to boil water at sea-level than on Pike's But soberly considered, is it not and I think she was considerably Peak. Why? Because there are more bombarding molecules a r o t t e n thing f r o m beginning to surprised and j u s t a ibit scared. You at sea-level—more pressure. end? W h a t right has America any- see, I am not in the h a b i t of doing how to give " c o n s e n t to J a p a n e s e t h a t sort of thing. Take away all the air pressure and you have a perfect expansion in C h i n a ? " If it means !Let me repeat, the indignation is vacuum. A perfect vacuum has never been created. In th6 commercial expansion, it is ridicul- not against the Article itself in the best vacuum obtainable there are still over two billion moleous to ask about A m e r i c a giving its Anchor, n o r against the w r i t e r of it, consent; and if it m e a n s territorial but solely against the kind of corncules of air per cubic centimeter, or about as many as there expansion, it is not only ridiculous p r o m i s e suggested t h e r e as a most are people on the whole earth. but an international crime as well, probable solution to the AmericaW h a t right has J a p a n to purchase J a p a n immigration question, or a soHeat a substance in a vacuum and you may discover expansion in China and pay f o r it lution to any question whatsoever, properties not reveaied under ordinary pressure. A new to America by relaxing her demand And if the positions of the countries held for scientific exploration is opened. f o r immigration into the l a t t e r h e r e in question—America, China, c o u n t r y ? W h y should C h i n a pay in a n d J a p a n — w e r e reversed or chang8 field Re8earch F w S , ^ Laboratories of the General any way f o r easing the J a p a n e s e im- ed in any way whatever, I would migration prolblem into the United abominate and stigmatize such a U u x V l P e n e t r a t e d - T h u s o n e o f t h e chema • fJ ? !" Laboratories studied the disintegration States?. Why should America in " c o m p r o m i s e " n o t a whit less, a t e m e t a l m general, and California in particu- T h e r e , — h a v i n g let myself- go for f ^ f . ! exhausted bulbs. What happened n ] jar, be put on easy s t r e e t aibout Or- o n c e , I feel better. he glowing fiiament of a lamp, for example? 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time b e g a n to h a n g heavily on m y hands, so I pulled out my^New Testaonent and commenced to read a f e w select .passages. T h e interest of t h e Indians, however, abated n o t , a n d it surely was an inspiration to see these starved and thirsty souls l e a n i n g f o r w a r d in their seats, lest a single precious word should escape them. T h e m a j o r i t y of the Christian helpers receive very little spiritual food d u r i n g the year, as they are located m a n y miles f r o m the mission c e n t e r and the valuable visits of the station missionary a r e f e w and f a r between .because of his

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SENIOR-FRESHMEN T h e Seniors d e f e a t e d the Freshmen last T h u r s d a y to the t u n e of 20 to 10. The Freshies f o u g h t h a r d and well, but Dame F o r t u n e smiled on t h e i r opponents. Long shots were very much in v a g u e . I h m a n arm

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A „ „ . t i m p . ™ , : personality. H . S,. is very imposing H e imposes on | r o m a n y p i a c e o n the floor. The "Dick, the Shoe Doctor" Electric Shoe Hospital 1 3 E. 8th St his f r i e n d s and he imposes on his Seinors s t a r t e d out with, lots of foes. H e is s t a n d i n g on the brink roughness and the F r e s h m e n w e r e * . An nnnsia \m not behind by any m e a n s — i t looked of a g r e a t career. All he needs is ^ ^ frien(jiy floor-mopping consomeone to shove him off. He thinks t e g t g j game and well wag a 00( Jie is . popular because he talks f o u g h t . * the same way to the girls as he does 1 to t h e fellows. Hd thinks there P a y your Anchor snoscnpHOLLAND, MICH. might be g r e a t e r men living than he, —$1.50. b u t he doubts it. He is considered a wit in his home town, b u t he d o e s n ' t Men who make that mistake can learn something by buying realize t h a t he^ is f a r , f a r f r o m Stylephus at home. He says t h a t all g r e a t men a r e dead and t h a t he h a s n ' t been feeling well h i m s e h lately. He can „ wear " either a crown or a piece of \ ; c o u r t plaster with equal grace. Most FIRST PRIZE $ 2 5 0 . 0 0 of the time -he w e n t t h r u life with a shade over a black eye. But such DU MEZ BROS. DO YOUR BEST AND GET THE BEST was this guy's sheer dominating p e r sonality t h a t folks t h o t the black-eye LAUNDRY Dry Goods, Coats and shade was a monocle. He considers Cloaks a n d kimself a w o n d e r f u l a f t e r - d i n n e r St. Citz. Phone 1442 iAfSa '•?' *, Millinery /speaker. H e has been r e f u s e d more T h e Best Clothing and SLo-** for /invitations to dinners and b a n q u e t s MICH, F HOLLAND, Service t h a n a n y other man in the c o u n t r y , c

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A b o u t .003 c e n t i m e t e r s f r o m his l e f t fear can be seen ,(with the aid of a p o w e r f u l m a g n i f y i n g glass) Mr. B t Hakken of the y/?st.ern Theological Seminary in hik .'airplane making a nose dive. A b o u t 14 inches west of the dimple in his chin is the f a m o u s hill 1307 where the historical w o r d s ; " T h e y shall hot p a w , " were spoken, I believe it was some Prof# who spoke them. The cannon t h a t the m i t is leaning on is t h e one t h a t fired the last shot on the m o r n i n g of Nov. 11th, 1918. I think there are a f e w more such cannon still in existence, or a t least about 4^5,867 of them. As to t h e c h a r a c t e r of the bloke in the picture, this is w h a t I found. He is a man pf imposing mien. A man of imposing, physique,

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