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society c a l e n d a r . T h i s f a c t was s h o w n by e n c e a l o n g d r a m a t i c lines. F u r t h e r m o r e t h e n u m b e r of a l u m n i whose p r e s e n c e t h e p r o d u c t o n Is t o be c o a c h e d by Mrs greatly a d d e d t o t h e success of t h e a f Fealy a n d h e r daughter who have a fair. school of d r a m a t i c a r t In G r a n d R a p Ids. T h e s e d i r e c t r e s s e s h a v e a very h i g h r e p u t a t i o n a n d h a v e also t a k e n p a r t in p r o f e s s i o n a l t h e a t r i c a l s t h e m s e l v e s . Able directing, together with t h e

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of t h e play a n d t h e t a l e n t a n d persever• a n c e of t h e m e m b e r s of t h e class p o i n t s t o a very s u c c e s s f u l Senior class play. Iff

the mazbo-Hope contest staged a t Zeeland g r o u n d t h a t t h e y were a p p l i c a b l e only was a n o n - d e c i s i o n d e b a t e so t h a t v i c t o I t a l y a n d t o c o u n t -les In like c o n d l - t o r y was n o t d e t e r m i n e d . D e b a t i n g a g a i n s t a n A l b i o n CoUege t e a m c o m p o s e d of C. Yinger, G . Aldrlch, ^ C o n t i n u e d on L a s t P a g e ) a n d R . Keyes In a c o n t e s t of t h e M i c h i g a n Debating League, held in Winants C h a p e l last F r i d a y e v e n i n g , H o p e ' s n e g a t i v e t r i o m a d e u p of J . W a b e k e , H . S l u y t e r . a n d J . M u l d e r by c o n t i n u o u s t h r u s t s /of d e s t r u c t i v e a r g u m e n t s u c c e e d e d I n r e n d i n g t h e a f f i r m a t i v e case t o s u c h a n e x t e n t t h a t t h e y were g i v e n t h e u n a n i m o u s decision by t h e t h r e e Judges. T h e q u e s t i o n of t h e m a t e r i a l p r o s p e r i t y DR. DIMNENT GIVES ADDRESS WITH of t h e I m p r o v e d c o n d i t i o n s i n I t a l y a c "THE MAN INSIDE" c o m p a n y i n g t h e r e g i m e of t h e M u s s o l i n i AS TOPIC g o v e r n m e n t was t h e m o s t d i s p u t e d i s s u e of t h e e n t i r e d e b a t e . T h e a f f i r m a t i v e h e l d Discussing t h e s u b j e c t : "The Man I n t h a t t h e a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s of t h e F a s c i s t l side." w h i c h r e a d i l y developed I n t o " I r u l e I n s a v i n g t h e t o t t e r i n g I t a l y i n t h e P a u l , " Dr. E. D. D l m n e n t , p r e s i d e n t of crisis of 1922 a n d I n r a i s i n g t h e I t a l i a n t h e college, delivered a n e x c e l l e n t p h i l - n a t i o n o u t of Its s t a t e of c h a o s a n d coro s o p h i c a l , a n d h i g h l y i n t e l l e c t u a l a d - r u p t i o n I n t o a p l a n e of order, efficiency, d r e s s b e f o r e t h e l a r g e n u m b e r of Y. W. a n d good g o v e r n m e n t , were s u f f i c i e n t r e a a n d Y. M. m e m b e r s , assembled In Wl- s o n t o w a r r a n t a n e n d o r s e m e n t of M u s solini's principles. I n direct opposition n a n t s c h a p e l on t h e e v e n i n g of F e b r u a r y t o t h i s case t h e N e g a t i v e first q u e s t i o n e d 24th. t h e g e u n l n e n e e s s a n d l a s t i n g c h a r a c t e r of T h i s w a s t h e f i r s t Joint m e e t i n g of t h e p r e s e n t I t a l i a n p r o s p e r i t y , believing t h e t w o a s s o c i a t i o n o r g a n l z a t o n s t h i s i t t o be m e r e l y s u p e r f i c i a l , a n d t h e n f u r year. As t h e a n n u a l f a c u l t y m e e t i n g , t h e r d o u b t e d t h e w o r t h of t h e p r i n c i p l e s , It was a h u g e success. T h e s t u d e n t s saying t h a t t h e present Italian prosperity, were pleased t o n o t e t h e I n t e r e s t s h o w n If I n d e e d It were real, was s e c u r e d a t t o o by t h e i r I n s t r u c t o r s . g r e a t a price , t h e p r i c e of p e r s o n a l l i b e r The president's opening r e m a r k s t y , t h e cost of s e l f - g o v e r n m e n t , a n d a r o u s e d f a c u l t y - s t u d e n t f e l l o w s h i p I m - p r o b a b l y a t t h e sacrifice of i n t e r n a t i o n a l p e a c e . T h i s c l e a r c u t c l a s h of o p i n i o n r e n mediately. "It should be expected," d e r e d i t a very i n t e r e s t i n g d e b a t e . sa d he, " t h a t I c o m e h e r e readily, freely C. Yinger, o p e n i n g t h e case f o r t h e a f a n d I n f o r m a l l y f o r we are s e e k i n g t o firmative, portrayed t h e critical condie x c h a n g e o u r experiences." t i o n s of t h e I t a l i a n s t a t e p r i o r t o M u s His c e n t r a l f i g u r e was S a u l of T a r s u s , s o l i n i ' s p r e m i e r s h i p a s i t lay. w e a k a n d l a t e r called P a u l of D a m a s c u s , who, a c - powerless, a l r e a d y i n t h e c l u t c h e s of t h e c o r d i n g t o h i s v i e w p o i n t , was a n e x a m - Bolsheviki. a n d h e m a i n t a i n e d t h a t t h e ple of s t a t e c r a f t a n d real m a n h o o d , a s a v i n g of I t a l y f r o m t h i s peril f u r n i s h e d m a n ' s m a n a n d a m a n of c o n v i c t i o n . c r e d i t a b l e proof f o r a n e n d o r s e m e n t of " W e h a v e viewed h i m a s a religious t h e principles. G. A l l d r i c h . a s s e c o n d endorse Mussolini's

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be d r a w n only f r o m I t a l y , H o p e d e b a t i n g s q u a d In f o r e n s i c c o n since t h a t c o u n t r y was as a l a b o r a t o r y w h e r e Mussolini's p r i n c i p l e h a d b e e n t e s t s of t h e p a s t week displayed a v e r t r i e d a n d t e s t e d . C o n s e q u e n t l y , we c o u l d b a l p u n c h a n d s i d e s t e p c o m b i n a t i o n so

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HOPE PRE-MEDIC CLUB HAS ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS: MEMBERS M e e t i n g t o elect t h e n e w leaders, t h e P r e - M e d i c C l u b a s s e m b l e d In t h e E m e r s o n i a n Hall o n T u e s d a y , F e b r u a r y 15, 1927. T h e following m e m b e r s were c h o s e n a s officers: President—Simon Dykeshorn. Vice Pres.—Clarence B e r k o m p a s . Sec'y-Treas.—William Hughes. This organization holds bl-weekly m e e t i n g f o r t h e p u r p o s e of d i s c u s s i n g m a t e r i a l w h i c h is of i n t e r e s t t o m e d i c a l students. Therefore, a n d Hope students, w n o are p r e p a r i n g l o r m e d i c a l work, will n n d m u c n of w o r t h In a t t e n d i n g t h e s e meetings.

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Is There Somehing For You? On t h e evening of February 23. Hope's basketball team was decisively defeated by Western State Normal! The game was r. remarkable evidence of a very i m p o r t i.nt f a c t of life. The principle t h a t greater experience always d o m i n a t e s t h e lesser was so well shown t h a t this editor h a s yielded to t e m p t a t i o n , and. as you see. Is commenting on the f a c t . We have n o t h ing b u t praise for our team—they did their best. B u t Kazoo, far superior in her longer experience of playing together, was always the master of t h e floor. Now the moral lesson. I t Is so evident t h a t we hesitate to speak of It for fear our readers will t h i n k we have greatly u n d e r e s t i m a t e d their Intelligence. T h e n , may we briefly call It to mind and n o t " p r e a c h " a b o u t It? From the m a n In Henry Ford's p l a n t who h a s one d u t y to perform all d a y — t h e single operation of placing a n u t on a bolt, to the weaver In a mill; f r o m t h e Raven contest orators to men of I n t e r n a tional r e p u t e as speakers and lecturers, this principle holds. Now Is t h e time when we are gaining experience. There Is surely something for you to do in some phase of t h e activities on our campus. Do you need experience In public speaking? T h e Adelaide and the Raven contests In oratory are n o t f a r r.way. Do you need more physical exercise? Spring football, baseball, and track solicit your Interest. Are you rhetorically Inefficient and do you need experience in writing? Look over t h e list of prizes and awards as given In the latest college bulletins. Do you need a wider range of fellowship? Come to "Y" meetings, visit various societies, go to the pep meetings and f u n nights. Hope College Is a m i n i a t u r e world. Are you gaining the experience now which will help you win In t h e larger world? -o

The Stack Room Hope College is your College. Hope College library is your library. We no longer have k i n d - h e a r t e d Miss De Pree to s t r a i g h t e n u p the magazine shelves every day . It is n o t only a sign of poor breeding, but. it is u n f a i r to others if we are careless of t h e m a n n e r in which we h a n dle the magazines. Some of us live a good m a n y hours in the college library, and when visitors come in, we are ashamed of the condition of the magazine shelves. T h i s does n o t refer to the stack room, but, those shelves look nearly as bad as some of t h e "stacked" rooms which we have seen. Let's take a little pride in t h e appearance of our magazine shelves a n d let's exercise a little care when we have occasion to use the magazines. o

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This r u s h i n g business ... . t. • ^ ™ t. Prof. Lubbers: "Mr. Bosch, can you . „ . „ a u d i t o r i u m , when the Girls' Glee Club, freshman." may seem to be a great sport. But, we explain why t h e editoral of today is of H o e Colle e Holland Mlch a ear o contend t h a t it is neither fair to t h e perP g ' - PP so m u c h briefer t h a n it was in t h e days eci l n c o n son rushed nor to t h e organization sponc e r t and presented a truly Prof. Taylor says: "Some m e n put of Horace Greeley?" soring t h e r u s h i n g . W h e n men are excellent program before h u n d r e d s of everything they do. Lee Bosch: "Everything was longer their h e a r t into rushed, they do n o t choose a group be- people." cause they feel t h a t they will fit there b u t ..Heralded as representatives of t h e t h e n ; vowels, sermons and t h e ladles o t h e r s merely p u t their foot in. skirts." (>_ simply because t h e y are told t o Join. And R e f o r m e d d e n o m i n a t i o n college, from o no one will deny t h a t a new Hopelte w h , c h m a n y o f t h e m l n . 8 t e r s l n t h l s THE DIGEST If Prof. Lampen offered u s s u f f i c i e n t could visit any men's f r a t e r n i t y on t h e .... . J . ' „ , „ . . . vicinity are graduates, t h e young women, c a m p u s during t h e first five or six week in i n d u c e m e n t , we m i g h t tell h i m who h i t the fall, and temporarily enjoy t h e asso- w h 0 B r e m a k l n e a five w e e k s t o u r o f t h e h i m with t h e piece of chalk last Wed- CHINESE STUDENTS elation. Because, it's the t i m e of year when e a s t e r n P f t r t o { tbe United States, were nesday a f t e r n o o n , and how! SAY "OLD STUFF" every m a n Is a good fellow and one gets K^ven n o t h i n g short of an ovation in o the glad hand all a r o u n d . T h e programs Clifton last evening." " T h e same old promises"—this, in brief, Bern De Pree: " W h a t ' s t h e best check are t h e paragon of perfection; pep fills "Indeed. the a t m o s p h e r e of the is t h e Chinese s t u d e n t s ' reaction t o t h e protector?" the air; and fellowship Is complete. c h u r c h was permeated with t h e vitality recent Coolidge-Kellogg s t a t e m e n t of polLil' Fella De Pree: A f o u n t a i n pen t h a t icy toward t h e Far East, in which AmerIt is u n d e r such circumstances, t h a t a of t h e splendid program. It was a genw e n ' t write.' ica voiced its willingness to revise t h e u n Httle talking will persuade most f r e s h m e n u i n e Joy to hear so many fine songs o equal treaties as soon as C h i n a could to Join p. f r a t e r n a l group w i t h o u t d u e s u n g w l t h e x q i l l s t e a r t i s t r y and with "I told t h e f r e s h m a n to endorse t h e consideration of their fitness for the organ- s u c h fine e x p r e s s l o n .. agree u p o n representatives. I t was check his f a t h e r sent h i m ? " Izatlon or the fitness of t h e organizapointed o u t t h a t AriTerica h a d no concesTlle fifteen tion for t h e m . And, If he f r a n k l y a d m i t s young women who com"Did he do it?" slons in China b u t t h a t a small naval 1 a desire to visit some o t h e r group, P " ^ ^ t h e Glee Club, with their fresh, "Yes. he wrote on t h e back, *1 heartily force was being dispatched solely t o prosome proficient m u d - s l l n g e r ,who fears sweet voices blending beautifully, have endorse this check.'—Princeton Tiger. tect American lives and property. fair competition, will persuade t h e m a n been excellently trained, and their work Chinese s t u d e n t s are anxious t o have o Americans realize t h a t the "unequal of his society's superiority Just long, last evening was admirable In every reHISTOKICAL HKAl'TY HINTS treaties" were forced on C h i n a a t t h e enough to stick a pin on h i m . spect. Especially did t h e y . excel In (As They Might Have Been) point of t h e g u n . With t h e modernlzaThese are t h e f a c t s as they exist u n d e r pianissimo effects." Queen Elizabeth's appearance would ^on Chinese law code a n d practices non-regulation. We have said t h a t t h e ..Several m;nl8terSi all g r a d u a t e s of n o t have been marred by t h e application a n d w l t h t h e i m p r o v e m e n t of t h e tariff s i t u a t i o n 1? u n f a i r to t h e society and to H~o e ~ „ . ^ . . . , . . J P College, were noted In t h e a u d l of a chin s t r a p before retiring. practices has passed whatever excuse the m a n who Is rushed. And we are con. . enCe a n d lnClUC,ed b e s d e t h e Rev Mr Hamlet would have been a r o b u s t t h e r e may have been for t h i s Invasion of vlnced of this s t a t e m e n t . For, unless, a ' ' f r e s h m a n Is extremely lucky In his co- D ^ m o n d , the Rev. M. J . Verduln of lad if he had t a k e n Flelschman's yeast China's rights as a sovereign power. While erced decision hewlll find t h a t his feeling t l l c Lakevlew Heights Reformed c h u r c h , a n d Horllck's Malted Milk, European powers have been chiefly guilty for t h e society will wane as soon as he t h e ^' e v • A ' ^ V a n D u i n e . pastor of t h e For Schopenhauer, we would suggest " a g i n g t h e wars by which these finds t h a t the club is n o t w h a t it seemed. F ^ s t Holland Reformed church, of Pas„ , , ... .4. t treaties were originally forced on China, a Benda mask. It couldn t be more u n - % v. t h e policy of " o p p o r t u n i s m h a s resulted Finding his i n t i m a t e f r i e n d s In a n o t h e r s a l c ' t h e R e v « Henry Sluyter, pastor of becoming t h a n his c u s t o m a r y expression t n A m e r l e a . s s e c u r l n g t h e 6 a m e p r l v l l e g e 8 f r a t e r n i t y .he regrets his mistake for f o u r t h e Second Reformed church, of P a t of cheer a n d Joy. accorded other foreign n a t i o n s . years . This dissatisfaction breeds dls- erson." Dante should have consulted a r e p u t T h a t the foreign g o v e r n m e n t s which loyalty and t h e society suffers f r o m dlsi t is Interesting to n o t e f u r t h e r t h a t able surgeon of t h e plastic art a n d h a v e d e m a n d e d a "representative governinterested members. t h i s audience was t h e largest our Girls' had t h e corners of his m o u t h lifted. i n c h i n a as a prequlslte t o t h e ment" Although .these difficulties c a n n o t be Glee Club has ever presented a musical "Well," said t h e bearded physician, * I abrogation of t h e " u n e q u a l t r e a t i e s " completely obliterated by a regulation of concert to. find t h a t you are s u f f e r i n g from an a r e l n t h e p 0 S m 0 n 0 f a m a n W h o throws pledging m e m b e r s ,lt Is a recognized f a c t At t h e debate prl[iay nlght a J u n l o r assorted crop of suppressed desires. You a n o t h e r to t h e ground, sits on h i m a n d t h a t the system Is an Improvement over w a s h. e a r d . t^0 . . ' ^ remark, t h a t he alwavs are also t h e f o r t u n a t e possessor of t h r e e t h e n says "if you will only get up, I won't the existing one. T h u s , we would e n - . knew t h a t he wasn't far behind t h e types of complex: superior, inferior a n d sit on you" is t h e universal opinion of courage and urge action toward t h e , ulterior. Your thyroid gland Is slightly Chinese s t u d e n t s In t h i s c o u n t r y . Amerladoption of some code of rules. Although a a i t y a S h e s a t o n e s e a t l n t l l c r e a r of llts h sics ro o u t of focus, while neuroglcally, your c a n s t u d e n t s p e r h a p s do not realize t h a t marred by some violations, t h e rules P y P ^ reactions are very poor. I find d e f i n i t e 110 s t r o n e c e n t r a I g o v e r n m e n t Is possible which existed f r o m 1920 .to 1926 seemed p W e « • . I n C h i n a u n t i l t h e Chinese are able, t h r u J satisfactory t o t h e s t a n d a r d c a m p u s u n d e r s t a n d . Bill T u t t l e . was afraid traces of, dual personality a n d chronic mel^ t „ ^ t h e absolute control of their own tariff, to J groups. Are we to be w i t h o u t regulations Cappy Buys was going to get a m o n - ancholia. You live in a dream world , ^ t t next fall? oply in t h e f u r n i t u r e moving business a n d are mixed u p In five or six I n t e r - raise t h e f u n d s necessary to s u p p o r t such T h e following extracts are t a k e n f r o m news

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The saddest words of t o n g u e or pen, o w March 2 - R e v . Marlon G. Gossellnk. *15, e u n d e r s t a n d Pete De R u l t e r likes arc these, " t h e H u m o r ' s due again." pastor of Talmadge Memorial to work at pickle s t a t i o n s in t h e s u m NOT SO Dl'MB C h u r c h . Philadelphia, Penn. mertime, because he is a rural m a n and . . S h e : How do you like my new riding March 3—Rev. J o h n Kuite, '16.- pastor of has a nice delivery. habit?" Gano Reformed Church. Chicago. He: "Simply devastating, old girl! B u t Illinois. T j i e jjopeltes at R u s h Med were able —why only one s p u r ? " ^ a r c h 7 Rev. Gerrit D. Van Peursem, t 0 have a few days off a n d we were glad She: "Well if one side of the horse •07. missionary In Busrah, Arabia. t 0 6 e e o n t h e c a m p u s a g a l n J l m p o p p e n goes, t h e rest has to follow, h a s n ' t it?" March 8—Rev. S t e p h e n J . Harmellng, '78. . D o c . . D e p r e e a n d j e r r ; e D e V r l e s o pastor of First Englewood ReBoy: "Did you s o u n d o u t your family formed Church, Chicago, Illinois. For t h e sake of any young men who a b o u t our getting m a r r i e d ? " March 8—Rev. S t e p h e n J. Harmellnk, '16. ,i„i. . * *1, i. , Girl: "Yes, and Dad sounded the ^ might w a n t dates, we suggest t h a t J e a n retired pastor, living In Vashon, . . ... Hlnken and Marg. Boter are now living worst!" ' Washington. •

March B - R e v . Henry V. E. Stegeman, '12, 0 n T w e l n h s t r e e t ' k e e P l n g h o u s e w h l l e professor of New T e s t a m e n t in ^ r • a n c * M r s - Visscher are away, the Theological D e p a r t m e n t of o Meiji G a k u i n , Tokyo. J a p a n . There was a good-looking girl visiting March 8 Rev. Richard Vanden Berg, '13, H e n r i e t t a Smlts last wedk-end. Her pastor of t h e Second Englewood name? Twas Minnie Sterken. Reformed Chuch, Chicago, 111. o March 10—Rev. B e n j a m i n De Young, '07, pastor of Arcadia Reformed R u t h Nibbelink a n d Dwight Y n t e m a Church, Newark, New York. March 14—Rev. Henry P. De Pree, '02, missionary in Amoy, China. March 17—Rev. Peter H. Pleune, .'09. pastor. Louisville, Kentucky. March 17—Rev. Jacob Van der Meulen r •9'/; professor of New T e s t a m e n t Greek and Exegesis in Western Theological Seminary. March

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"A young m a n should always strike r n e R l g h t Honorable W. L. Mackenzie, ^ " ' " ' f o f C a n a d a who, as one 19—Rev. Henry Sluyter, '99, pastor We have failed t o m e n t i o n before t h i s o u t for himself," of t h e speakers, was d e f e n d i n g his own "Not in baseball, my dear." of t h e Second Reformed C h u r c h t h a t we have a new f r e s h m a n on t h e p o I l c l e s b e f o r e t h e s t u d e n t 8 of h l s a l m a of Paterson, New Jersey. 0 campus. She Is Margaret Gee f r o m Sioux m a t e r . He flattered his s t u d e n t o p p o n 21—Rev. Nicholas Boer, '97, pastor Edna Wallace Hopper: "Glad to see e n t s by dealing " t h o r o u g h l y a n d serlousFalls, S o u t h Dakota. of t h e T h i r d Reformed Church, you—I Just finished my beauty sleep." ly with their a r g u m e n t s , a n d a f t e r a n G r a n d Rapids, Michigan. 0 Methusala: "I m u s t be a little early, "incisive" a n d "direct" s t a t e m e n t of his 22—Rev. Frederick J. Lubbers, '93, Ardean Van Arendonk feels m u c h b e t d o n ' t you w a n t to rest some more?" views, carried t h e vote 408 to 125. pastor of t h e First Reformed ter now t h a t her bothersome tonsils are rilAIUTY BEGINS AT HOME, ETC. o . Church, Sioux Center, Iowa. no m o r e (Heard a t Kazoo Normal Game—MayWHY NOT? 25—Rev. D. Cornelius Ruigh, '93, 0 be.) missionary in Nagasaki, J a p a n . . T , . * At t h e new J o h n Wesley College In 6 Ta kln aboilt the Dear Old LadyJ (as t h e home t e a m ~ . . . . . ' 28—Rev. George H a n k a m p , '07, ^ debate, if t h e s t u : Columbia, Illinois, dances, athletics, a n d f u m b l e s and t h e ball is recovered by t h e . A .A. professor in Central College, d e n t b o d y w o u l d 8 h o w ^ m u c h P u n c h f r a t e r n i t i e s are barred a n d t h e use of • ,n Pella, Iowa. everything they do, as our debaters opposing side): liquor or tobacco is tabooed. Why n o t 31—Rev. George G. Heneveld, d o l n t h e i r speeches, t h e r e would be a "Why they gave o u r visitors t h e ball! b a n s t u d e n t s a n d m a k e a g o o d J o b o f l t ? '13, pastor of t h e Reformed lot l ess "crabbing" going on a r o u n d t h e How C h r i s t i a n ! I m u s t tell our m l n _ j o h n Hopkina New Lett„,, C h u r c h of Wyckoff, New Jersey. I n s t i t u t i o n . leter a b o u t this.—California Pelican. By New Student Service

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E AT THE A. A. FUN NIGHT IN THE GY WESTERN STATE NORMAL TEAM HOPE QUINTET DEFEATS HOPE IN HARD BATTLE LOSES CONTEST TO ST. MARYS SCHRUMP, ELIAS W. S. N. ACES KLIES AND COOK FLAY 8TKONOKST A M ) MOST CONSISTENT OA.ME FOR HOPE

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ond half also, and Grien ed F l i n t J u n i o r 58 to 11 in F l i n t , F r i d a y q u i n t e t In years, e a r n e d , w i t h n o l i t t l e a n d Ellas scored b e f o r e Cook caged h i s n i g h t . At t h e h a l f , t h e score stood 23 d i f f i c u l t y , a 37 to 19 victory over t h e f i r s t long s h o t of t h e c o n t e s t . N e t t i n to 4. t h e J u n i o r l t c s h a v i n g tallied b u t f a s t w o r k i n g Hope m e n . w h o h a d d i f f i - ga, w h o h a d replaced M a r t i n , scored o n e field goal a n d t w o f o u l s h o t s . Netc u l t y In m a k i n g t h e i r s h o t s r i n g t r u e . f r c m t h e f o u l m a r k a n d Cook followed t i n g a was t h e m o s t effective scorer f o r with another sensational shot. Here In O a r n e g l e g y m . Feb. 23. Hope, c a g ' n g 7 goals, a n d a p o i n t f r c m T h e Hope t e a m , a f t e r s t a r t i n g t h e Kazoo's passing b e c a m e wild b u t Hope's t h e f o u l line. F l i n t J u n i o r offered l i t t l e s c o r i n g in t h e first h a l f , s e e m e d t o be m a n y s h o t s fell s h o r t of t h e hoop. c o m p e t i t i o n a n d t h e score m i g h t h a v e J a p i n g a , M a r t i n a n d Van L e n t e again off f o r m a n d t h e s m o o t h w o r k i n g W e s t been g r e a t e r if Hope h a d e x t e n d e d h e r Western e r n S t a t e t e a m gained a lead t h a t was e n t e r e d t h e g a m e a n d a f t e r self. t o o g r e a t t o overcome. Close g u a r d i n g S t a t e h a d scored t w o p o i n t s on f r e e On S a t u r d a y n i g h t , Hope was forced f e a t u r e d b o t h t e a m ' s play, a n d m o s t of s h o t s , De P r e e was p u t in K l a y ' s posito swallow a d e f e a t a t t h e h a n d s of S t . Hope's b a s k e t s were gained o n long a n d tion. Hope's g u a r d i n g t h i s period was Marys college, a f t e r outplaying and r e n s a t i o n a l s h o t s . Hope clearly o u t p l a y - c* s u c h a n a t u r e t h a t t h e N o r m a l i t e ' s l e a d i n g t h e score m a n y t i m e s d u r i n g t h e ed t h e N o r m a l o u t f i t t h e last half a n d scoring was held down. Ellas p r e s e n t e d c o n t e s t , a n d t h e final*count of 37 t o 34 g a i n e d o n e m o r e p o i n t In t h e last period a n o t h e r basket, as t h e final b i t of scoring for Kazoo. N e t t i n g a a n d P r a k k e n i n d i c a t e s t h e closeness of t h e b a t t l e . t h a n t h e Celery City t e a m was able t o e n t e r e d t h e game, a n d Kleis caged h i s Hope p r e s e n t e d a f a s t offense w h i c h get. . f o u r t h b a s k e t of t h e evening. J u s t b e - baffled t h e S t . M a r y s q u i n t e t , a n d in t h e I n Ellas a n d S c h r u m p . W e s t e r n S t a t e fore t h e f i n a l w h i s t l e blew. Cook scored first 8 m i n u t e s h a d r u n u p a score of p r e s e n t e d t w o of t h e s w e e t e s t b a s k e t e e r s to m a k e t h e f i n a l c o u n t , 31 t o 19. 18 t o 4. T h e S t . Marys t e a m t h e n t i g h t who have invaded the Schouten camp o ened down a n d took a d v a n t a g e of a p e r t h i s year. HOPE VS K A / O O NOKMAIi STATISTCS iod of r a t h e r loose p l a y i n g a n d a t t h e Kleis a n d Cook were clearly t h e o u t PST. G. P. half t h e c o u n t s t o o d 19 t o 18. w i t h Hope s t a n d i n g p e r f o r m e r s for t h e O r a n g e a n d KlelS F 4 0 1 point behind. Blue. C a p t . Kleis caged 4 b a s k e t s a n d J a p i n g a F. 0 0 played a h e a d y floor game, a n d Cook M a r t i n C. 0 0

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placed De Pree g a i n e d 3 p o i n t s b o f o r e FLINT .ICNIOR IS OVEKWHELMEI) BY t h e half e n d e d w i t h W e s t e r n S t a t e HoldFAST PLAYINO O F T H E ing a 21 t o 8 lead. T h e f i r s t half was a IIOPEITES period of very f a s t play.

best

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RL SONGSTERS RETURN FROM F A ^ T P R N £i/lul ElVll IIKiliLY PKAISED

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While in New York a n d vicinity, t h e ENJOY girls gave concerts in a great n u m b e r

SINGERS

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f o r t h e last t i m e In t h e Now York Ave. Presbyterian church, o n Sunday. T h i s l e f t t h e m all day Monday in which t o see t h e sights In o u r n a t i o n a l capital

OF

WEAP on February 20th. T h e club a t -

MODEL DRUG STORE 33-35 West Eighth St.

of churcheg, besides, broadcasting f r o m

STUDENTS

DR. S. ZWEMER LEADS MORNING CHAPEL TALKS ADDRESS AT WEDNESDAY SESSION IS AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY

t e n d e d grand opera a t t h e Metropolitan

I t seems good to see our glee club Opera House one evening. They were I n t e r n a t i o n a l fellowship and b r o t h e r girls back u p o n t h e c a m p u s w i t h us ver hood was t h e s u b j e c t which was k e p t again a f t e r their extensive tour. T h e s t u y e n t h u s i a s t i c a b o u t it for one doesn't d e n t body h a s been

following

t h e i r h e a r Marian Tally a n d o t h e r great s i n g -

travels w i t h great Interest and Is proud of t h e way In which It has been ably represented

In New

York. New Jersey

and Washington. D. C. Frequently, we received word f r o m t h e ^ ... . JEar.t telling u s of t h e huge success w i t h whicb our girls met wherever t h e y went. , , T h i s was a new experience for most of t h e girls so they enjoyed it immensely,

constantI

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last week ^ m e !^1.n!!!" - :Each moinln s o m e , , BPhase of I n t e r n a of t h e t h e a t e r s and o t h e r t h i n g s of i n - tional in 11,11 pDroblemn r0Diem8 wwn* as b hrnnahf rou llt Uu n 8 P- I n terest. addition to talks given by Prof. Lubbers an . i . . . , . ,, . . ofrn d Dr. Samuel Zwemer. the round T h i s is a t r i p which t h e girls have . . . . circlo of s t u d e n t prayers also played a . .„ f , -,p p it , , . , lr nl H n r u / f t r f t n f n r Knn m a n d looked forward to roi some t ltime a n a u i f t r g C p a r t in each m o r n i n g chapel 1peri, . ^ A h a s fully come u p to their expectations, od. , t h e y say. It is a fine t h i n g for t h e colT h e s t u d e n t s had t h e privilege of ers ev

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K of pitchers, t h a t causes the most gloom f t in t h e S c h o u t e n camp, a n d unless Sj more m e n answer t h e call for c a n d i d a t e s Immediately, Coach S c h o u t e n faces t h e prcspcet of going into t h e toughest r.:hcdu!o i n years w i t h a small a n d weak pitching staff. Come on. you fellows, who have played ji baseball in high schcool. get t h e old m i t o u t and s t a r t loosening u p t h a t wing of •j'i yours t o help win baseball games for Hope. o In case t h e baseball team r u n s s h o r t of wator boys, we t h i n k t h e debating & squad will be glad to assist with theirs.

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COSMOPOUTANS COLLEGE SHOWS HOPE RESERVES ENJOY FESTIVITY PATRIOTIC SPIRIT TAKE VICTORY AT ANNUAL STAG BY A VACATION BY BIG MARGIN l l\E

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h a s n o t definitely picked t h e eight players ta represent Hcpc in t h e A. A. U. t o u n i a m e n t , as yet. and It Is hard to c o n j e c t u r e Just which players will be chosen, a l t h o u g h , u n d o u b t e d l y , t h e t e a m will be chosen this week as last n i g h t ' s game was t h e last o n t h e regular schedule for t h e Reserves.

GRAND RAPIDS TOURNAMENT CONTESTS

Realizing t h e i m p o r t a n c e CuBmopollians mllied a r o u n d t h e b a n We are not so s u r e how it happened, q u e t board last Tueaday evening In t h e or w h a t caused t h e disease t o spread, b u t newly-decorated room of Women's Lit- we are s u r e of one t h i n g , t h a t last week erary club building, a n d Joined in a n Tuesday was Washington's b i r t h d a y , and e n i n g of Jollity a n d good fellowship, t h a t school was excused for one day. It iebrating t h e T h i r t y - s e v e n t h Cosmos Is h a r d to e s t i m a t e how m a n y dollars stag. It is a yearly event, held on t h e were actually lost, b u t t h e loss In h u anniversary of Washington's birthday, m a n activity was terrible. Over two h u n a n d was t h e t h i r t y - s e v e n t h a n n u a l stag dred Hope College s t u d e n t s went t o bed in t h e history of Cosmos. Monday n i g h t and did not recover from I n keeping with t r a d i t i o n , It was t h e shock u n t i l Wednesday morning. celebrated In a n a t m o s p h e r e of rousing Over f o u r h u n d r e d s t u d e n t s , those of song and h e a r t y fellowship. An appetiz- average mentality, recovered sometime ing f o u r - c o u r s e meal banished t h e last before twelve o'clock, and s o u g h t diligt h o u g h t s of care and rendered all of t h e ently for an h o u r or so w h a t knowledge revelers In t u n e . It required a delight- they t h o u g h t necessary. Nearly two f u l m a x i m u m of effort t o stow away t h e h u n d r e d s t u d e n t s left t h e Infected parts, heaps of first-rate food served to t h e for places more comfortable, where t h e disease of Noschoolltls would n o t reach banqueters. Melvln Lubbers, t h e "Ceremonle Mees- t h e m . T h e few d a r i n g and brave ones ter," opened t h e p r o g r a m w i t h a few who set their alarm clocks for six o'clock worthy t h o u g h t s , saying t h a t t h e s t a n - suffered no Ill-effects of t h e plague. It d a r d of Cosmos could r e m a i n where Is greatly hoped t h a t t h e next t i m e such o t h e r s had placed it only if every m e m - a plague spreads t h r o u g h t h e land t h a t ber were t r u e and loyal in t h e highest the medical a u t h o r i t i e s will have better control over it. sense. He t h e n Introduced t h e first

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speaker, a n d t h e program consisting of some sense a n d nonsense was begun. William Peelln started t h e flow of laughter, speaking on t h e s u b j e c t , "Het Over-Hemd." and was followed by J i m McCarroll w h o toasted to "De Groote Brock.'* Two fine solos rendered by Oscar Holkeboer met with t h e greatest appreciation of the audience. Lawrence Vredevoogd secured successive rounds of laughs, as he spoke o n "De O u d e Sok," i tiding his speech w i t h an appeal to be real and g e n u i n e in character. C o n t i n u ing in t h e s a m e vein of h u m o r , Stanley Ver Hey cleverly e n t e r t a i n e d his listeners in a toast t o "De P u n t Van Mljn Vader's Klomp." Lee De Pree t h e n rendered two masterly piano solos a n d was loudly a p p l a u d e d . The concluding n u m b e r of t h e p r o g r a m was a n allunni toast to / ^ M l j n Pet." given by Clarence Lubbers of t h e class of *25. In t h e serious words of t h e speakers, t h e prevailing t h o u g h t expressed was t h e worth a n d nobility of character derived f r o m loyalty a n d adherence to t h e principles embodied In t h e Cosmopolitan w a t c h w o r d s : Friendship, T r u t h and Pro-

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T h i s t o u r n a m e n t is a very good basketball school for t h e Reserves. Because, In it, t h e ^ will be forced to meet some f a s t teams, and a good chance Is offered to see w h a t thejfc can do u n d e r fire and In strong competition. Only eight players are allowed t o represent a team so Coach S c h o u t e n is forced t o cut t h e Reserve s q u a d . He

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s t a m m e r a few words in h e r ear, and •ll'NIOR ( LASS WILL ACT AS HOST walk away wearing a pleased smile, you TO SENIOR CLASS can be assured t h a t t h e b a n q u e t will be AT SUPPER a success for h i m . Extensive plans are now being arranged for t h e biggest event of t h e entire school year—the J u n i o r Senior b a n q u e t , scheduled t o t a k e place on March 18, 1927. J!, in t h e Hope c h u r c h parlors. T h e gala jJ* event is an a n n u a l a f f a i r in which t h e st j u n i o r s play t h e p a r t of hosts t o t h e jt seniors guests. It Is being talked a b o u t t h a t t h e b a n q u e t t h i s year will c o n t a i n many surprises, which with t h e u n i q u e program centering a b o u t a spring theme, 35: which h a s been p l a n n e d : surely o u g h t t o f u r n i s h splendid e n t e r t a i n m e n t for our u p p e r classmates. J'j:; J',

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T h e Hope Reserves, a f t e r getting u n - your I'fe's work picked o u t and planned, derway t o a slow s t a r t t h i s season, t h e Y w a n t s to help evefry m a n who Is m a n i f e s t e d themselves in good style by d e f e a t i n g t h e Fennville Independents 48 t o 23. T h e first half was r a t h e r evenly m a t c h e d , b u t In t h e second half t h e Resreves romped away with t h e m a n d earned a good size victory. Coach S c h o u t e n is m a k i n g p l a n s to In our store you find wonderful Shoe Pi ices! send his Reserves to t h e Western MichAll new stock to select from that is what we igan A. A. U. basketball t o u r n a m e n t in all look for. Find ihem at Grand Rapids, beginning March 7. Last year, t h e Reserves went Into t h e semifinals a n d t h e r e lost o u t in a n overt i m e game. This speaks well for t h e m as Opposite Post Office they play in t h e Representative Class A t o u r n a m e n t , which calls such t e a m s as 232 River Ave. t h e Bethanys, Basch Jewelers, a n d o t h e r f a s t i n d e p e n d e n t teams.

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THE REASON WHY

M t l v e f o u n d e d t h e i r a r g u - Yale r e p r e s e n t e d was held. T h e colleges primarily on t h e m a t e r i a l success c o m p e t e d in college yells, s t a n d i n g broad,

m c n t

oi t h e tionT^Tfir^^Unuea^iT^xpo^ Mussolini g o v e r n m e n t , evident In r u n n i n g broad, shot p u t , 50-yard d a s h p r e s e n t I t a l i a n n a t i o n a l i s m , w i t h • i t s P h e n o m e n a l change in t h e I t a l i a n s t a t e a n d s t u n t s . T h e final results showed a social benefits and showed how Musso- s l n c e Fascism's i n c e p t i o n Into Italy, tie b e t w e e n t h e P r i n c e t o n a n d Harvard maln

l.nl's principles offered a successful solut a n l n g t h a t pr nclples which h a v e represenatlves. with Cornell close bet i o n to t h e universal c a p i t a l a n d labor accomplished s u c h benefits for t h e I t a l - h i n d . T h e tie was " u n t i e d " by a -tug PeoPle

ian

problem, t h r u co-operation.

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T h e second negative speaker, Mr. H e n -

worthy of

e n d o r s e m e n t , of war, which was won by

answer, t h e negative explained t h a t

the

d e r s h o t t , a f t e r a brief a t t a c k on t h e a f -

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freshmen

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firmatlon's portrayal of Italy's prosper- f u r t h e r t h e y h e l d t h a t principles which Ity, contended that, Mussolini's d e 8 t r o > r Personal liberty, which erect a n principles are socially d e g r a d i n g Italy as u n s t a b l e dictatorship, a n d w h i c h e n d a n a n a t i o n , since t h e press is gagged, life Ker world peace are n o t to be consciously

game. D u e were evenly in favor of appropriate

Is n o t

I m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r t h e repast, regardless

secure a n d

the

right of social endorsed.

a d v a n c e m e n t Is denied. Burggraaff

t h e mltted, tearing down or re-bulldlng, a n d wered In

reiterated,

w i t h a h u m o r o u s analogy, t h e a b s u r d i t y

th

other men

asked m e

w h o h a v e sins

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to the fact t h a t t h e teams m a t c h e d , t h e score was 2-0 the freshmen. Refreshments to the date, were served.

t o cope, a n d

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all t h e fellows

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hands fellows

from my study.

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these principles, we m u s t apply

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Junior's

challenge

to

them

O t h e r m e m b e r s of t h e d e b a t i n g s q u a d

universally. He t h e n Informed t h e m e n

also accompanied t h e t e a m a n d t h e t r i p

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of t h e n e g a t i o n t h a t . In t h e i r assertion m a d e In two m a c h i n e s was n o t t h e least Mussolini's system could

the last speaker of the cons t r u c t i v e a r g u m e n t , J . Mulder I n t r o d u c e d t h e principle of n a t i o n a l i s m a n d p o i n t e d DKIIATE o u t ^ ^ W f t s n o t ftn a d e q u a t e s o l u t l o n

n o t e n - enjoyable p a r t of t h e d e b a t e ending In

dure, t h e y h a d assumed t h e b u r d e n of a victory. ^ . — . i . . . proof a n d would be expected to f u r n i s h HOPE-KALAMAZOO NORMAL bufilclent evidence for t h e i r s t a t e m e n t .

Meeting a negative t e a m f r o m K a . a -

Mr. Barlow, t h e t h i r d negative s p e a k er. concluded t h e constructive a r g u m e n t . He seriously questioned t h e economic prosperity which, according to t h e a f -

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Princeton.

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mazoo Normal In t h e persons of Mr veloped I n t o a r a n k Imperialism t h a t h a s Becker, Mr. Rowley, a n d Mr Young, t h e in It t h e needs of a n o t h e r war. T h e case affirmative debaters of Hope, Mr Souter, was clear: t h e principles are a n i n j u s t i c e Mr Burggraaff. a n d Mr. T u t t l e , partlclt h e Individual .a wrong to t h e s t a t e .

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flrmatlve, Mussolini was alleged to have pnted In a n Interesting n o n - d e c sion de- a n d a m e n a c e to world peace. T h e rebutt c o n f e r r e d u p o n Italy. I n conclusion, he bate, held In Zeeland High school on t h e a l r i r e w a s directed chiefly for or m a i n t a i n e d t h a t these principles were a f t e r n o o n of February 21. a g a i n s t t h e m a t e r i a l prosperity of a m e n a c e to American Democracy a n d

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to t h e world a n d t h a t , u n d o u b t e d l y , t h e y eerr ssiae i a i m t ii ni ee victorv * t*Italy, i i c j e ccan an c ciaim victory, bouut t t thhee of a nhd ^t h e n e g a would necessitate war. j*. w h o l e d e b a t e was hotly contested, b o t h t i v e showed f a c t s favoring t h e a r g u m e n t T h e r e b u t t a l offered o p p o r t u n ty for a sides ably p r e s e n t i n g a r g u m e n t s for a n d t h a t t h e a p p a r e n t prosperity was s u p e r real clash. Mr Soeter r e b u t t e d first for a g a i n s t a n e n d o r s e m e n t of Mussolini's ficial a n d h e n c e merely t e m p o r a r y . T h e t h e affirmative, followed by Mr B u r g - g o v r n m e n t a l principles. q u e s t i o n of d i c t a t o r s h i p was a g a i n raised '<0 graaff. leaving Mr. T u t t l e to close

the

T h e case of

the

affirmat.ve

was a n d f o u g h t o u t . Opinion a l e r n a t e d

debate, which position he a t t e n d e d very grounded u p o n t h e m a t e r i a l a n d econ- t h e

speakers

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ably. omic success of t h e I t a l i a n g o v e r n m e n t s t r u c t i v e a r g u m e n t s , b u t t h e f a c t t h a t I n t h e i r r e b u t t a l speeches t h e gentle- a n c l advancement m a d e t h e affirmative did n o t f u l l y m e e t t h e i r the S0Ciai 0

0nent

PP s on t h e i n t e r n a t i o n a l m e n a c e q u e s t i o n gave t h e negative a decided a d glibly a n d less convincingly t h a n in n a t i o n a l i s m , together with the basic vantage. t h e i r constructive a r g u m e n t , while t h e a r g u m c n t t h a t t h l s s u c c e s s h a s b e e n An Interested a n d e n t h u s i a s t i c a u d i very opposite was t r u e of t h e nfllrma- a c h l e v e c l by m e a n s t h a t a r e Justifiable. e n c e l l s t e n e d to t h e debate. Professor

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prsonal

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argUment.

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