Issuu on Google+

64 W .14th

3

St.

ttnehor

LETS TAKE y

CALVIN

»

Volum. XXXVII

ANCHOR BOX IS IN VOORHEES

Hope College, Holland, Michitin, Match 6, 1929 Number 7 W

HOPE VOLUNTEERS Faculty Makes Regent Awards MEET WITH CALVIN

OUR ORATORS

T h e Hope Volunteer Band h a d

RUTH K E N N E L A N D OTTO YNTEMA RECOMMENDED

•s s

~ The U n i v e r s i t y of Michigan m a i n t a i n s a S t a t e College F u n d a n d by t h e action of the Board of Regents, each of t h e f a c u l t i e s of t h e accredited colleges of t h e S t a t e of Michigan, is authorized t o nomi n a t e each y e a r to t h e a d m i n i s t r a tive officers of t h e G r a d u a t e School some m e m b e r of t h e g r a d u a t i n g c l a s s of n o t more t h a n f o u r y e a r ' s s t a n d i n g , a s a candidate f o r a S t a t e College fellowship or scholarship. When the nomination of the c^ndid a t e s a r e s e n t in t o t h e Board t h e r e m u s t be s e n t with t h e m an official record of the candidate's u n d e r g r a d u a t e course and several l e t t e r s of t e s t i m o n y and recommendation. F r o m the e n t i r e n u m b e r nominated, commonly six o r seven will be chosen a n d

recommended

to

a8

^ e * r ^ u e s t s Friday evening at

Church, t h e Volunteer B a n d of Calvin College. Decorations in h®'! w e r e a p p r o p r i a t e to t h e celebration of W a s h i n g t o n ' s b i r t h day. T h e m e e t i n g s t a r t e d a t five o'clock with g r o u p singing, Kamel Toonin a p p e a r i n g in his native costume. A t six o'clock a s u p p e r w a s served by t h e Misses Dorothy Blekkink and E d i t h McGilvra, a f t e r ^ Lord's P r a y e r had been offered Arabic by A b r a h a m A n t a r . A f e w songs w e r e s u n g a t the table. an( l a p r o g r a m followed which consisted of the following n u m b e r s : R e a d i n g of S c r i p t u r e in Arabic by Toonin, the t r a n s l a t i o n being r e a d b y Marion P e n n i n g s ; T h e Welcome b y t h e Hope B a n d P r e s i d e n t , Floyd K l e i n j a n , with response by M r . MuIIer, P r e s i d e n t of t h e Calvin R a n d ; Violin Solo, " T h e Lost Fir8t

H E A N E Y LEADS Y. M. MEETING ON "BEST"

HOPE FAILS TO PLACE IN M.O.L.

n u w . w M r H. M. Heaney, president of the H e a n e y Commercial School a t Grand Rapids, spoke to the Young Men of Hope College last Tuesday

A t t h e Michigan Oratorical L e a g u e contest held a t A l m a College l a s t Friday, t h e Medala i n t h e Men's contest were given a . follows: F i r s t ; Alma- second AIWai.-

l e r m s of The Bible. Mr. H e a n e y c o n t e s t : first, Albion; second Kalread the s t o r y of the s u p p e r a t t h e a m a z o o ; third. Olivet Hope failed t h T

ill

'^runson

ZZm""'

Mr. A. Michmerhuizen

H R

J u n l . # b T h e averane' for his e n t i r e college g r a d e s t h u s f a r

/ " W w nl l i aTm l T d h a d ' ' '

qUaintanc€8 Who

'

h

hea

rd

v t h a t his

K h 0 0 1

W e

do

not

to m a k e s e s . We d o n ' t need n e e a any a We — j ny. were good, b u t some of tiie o t h e r schools w e r e b e t t e r And t h a t ' s no sin. We were not h i f e r i o r our opponents were suoerior n. • a. P®nor. excu

U

"" ^

12:80 P. M. T h u r s d a y and arrived at A l m a a t 5:00. T h e y traveled in an automobile driven by William Janssen. F r o m H o w a r d C i t y to Alma, m a n y poor r o a d s w e r e encchmKered. In a s much ias t h e

nilVflVri?MT " i i j i l 1 Bii. 1 I

several Hopeites will, of course, be able t o attend then. Of all the p a r t i c i p a n t s , Hope t r a v e l e d f a r t h -

Is Recent Publication

ttled n,iter

America Triumphant h8s

r rr ,ts

uncer

t a i n t i e s . Time ^ k must have both good style a n d valuable content. Some recent C a t w U ^ r s " h a v e m a n a r e d t o b r i n e nrnfit* t* a u t h o r and bookmaker ilike with out Z ^ l S e r o f t t s e char-" WaS

A nntinn nf K W l A nation of bootleggers, g u n had issue<i " " e d i c t proclaiming ^ " . f e m a l e v a m p i r e s and dissothe division of t h e e a r t h a m o n g ! u t e c l e r g y m e n — such is t h e g r o w men. In response, first came the i n 8 r " " P r e s s i o n over-seas of w h a t a g r i c u l t u r i s t s who claimed the f e r - » ^ of the people of the ^ ' ^ " " T h e n ^ u T m e r . " n i t * Safca"! MotioiTpicture p " ^ ductrs. novelist. nl.vwr^o r h n n f a w1ia The world w a s new.

''

encouiterrt is no d i s g r a c e to a n y

REVIEWS NEW lea8rue wl11 convene at Ca,vin ZWEMER ROOK cot^ T T U i r m i V O U U 1 V lege in Grand Rapids next year,

ENsfiVfi

The Poet's Share

8Uch 88 w 8

Alma

a n y

Miss Brunson i* thn Hnno-Kfnr

">• s..t. c . 1 - . . . » . . . i . . . . 5 " i t r., M { orator8 lnt0 lege a p p o i n t e e s will be placed on G a m e . " 0Brunson is also an 'Associate ^ 0 1 they Miss t h e fine successes have proven themselves. t h e s a m e f o o t i n g and be s u b j e c t to ( E d i t o r ' s n o t e : T h i s article w a s Editor of t h e Anchor. t h e s a m e privileges a s the U n i v e r - i n a d v e r t e n t l y omitted f r o m last s i t y appointees. week's edition.)

J

P l a c e tor the medals.

A defe,t

rns^best w T ' 8 ! 0 T™'" ^ 8 m e a 1 m ^ L . M a r y ' s best w a s t o a n o i n t J e s u s . H<» aion *i,« a • He also g a v e these five points: o u r best is not to be compared with t h e best of o t h e r s ; our best is not to be compared with the best of VPS-

Mr. A r t h u r Michmerhuizen R e g e n t s f o r a p p o i n t m e n t In m o s t companied by Mildred S c h u p p e r t ; Dr. A. Brunson of Ganges, Mich, also a m e m b e r o f t h T j u n b r c i a s s instances t h e a p p o i n t m e n t s will be S h o r t talks w e r e given b y Mr. A n - ^ j 1 6 ca ™ > e t o H o P e College w i t h the in Hope pe College College and and hhaass aat tt taai inneedd a f o r scholarships and the a m o u n t U r a n d Toonin, a f t e r which t h e , . s s . o f n d h a s since a t - no litt

second place, on recommendation of the F a m i t v »i,„ ..L.,

10

WaS

to rive T y /""T to give the place f o r t h e s u p p e r ; a t

the C h o r d , " by B e r n a d i n e Siebers, a c -

T h e F a c u l t y choice this y e a r h a s ""0 f a l l e n t o Miss R u t h Kennel, with SCIENCE GIVES N E W M r . Otto Y n t e m a a s a l t e r n a t e . DATING TECHNIQUE Miss Kennel h a s m a d e a very commendable record h e r e in school, It has been said t h a t the t r u e both in academic and e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r work. H e r a v e r a g e h a s been n a t u r e of some people is revealed by t h e i r conversation. There is W t h i n 0 U r T T ' ' " h o o e i n g all E. T h e a r t work, done h a i i 8 f r o m t h p M by Miss Kennel i n l a s t year^i Milestone w a s one of t h e o u t s t a n d i n g f e a t u r e s of t h a t commendable conversation. ( E d i t o r ' s n o t e : F o r publication. u,e m a n W1,, O t t o N. Y n t e m a the h o l d e r of ^

A nd h e , " h o w e < i U8 0

.K T "

T h e gods

When

t u r n f o r the visit of t h e M. 0 . L.

a

All

the

contestants

were

Almf

"The^to""*/ ^ rectors of • o r a t o r y of V a r i o u s sc o o l s 1 - were honored P c h a ^ l I, " ' ^ ^ e T ' T ™ ^ • t h e ra0rningEach p r o f e s s o r w a s introduced and

The World Of

t h e student Crooks. A renobleman came desiring woods and I0

J *

ame

a

''

^

convincing t h e

the kings, —

world

outside

of v e r v Dle'asure ' a " i T l ' u

c n m i n a m y a n a aside f o r a n o t h e r quiet h o u r when tory.

t0

h e Can pUt off hi8 offldal

M i t e t h e collection of taxes. L a s t

C10,

WriX

"nes8

i r e

"" overwhelmingly d o m - revel

in » . t „ i . . i , o f

were

n"n

,

he'''

T h e Alma Colleee i r i r l a " 8 «

a n d t e t t e f u r n i s h e d pleasing music and .Jt.,:..,,.. 4 v . HiH

i..„

x . . , • c r u s a m # i s l a m i c w o r l d . " I t is f*®*W hat a 0 nation is s e e m - this, i n t r u t h ; b u t i t is much more. M a r g a r e t Sleigh, who took first « « y o <"ie ' a d y , * l o r i o u s P " t h i s , t h e . ^ O oreigners0 our L known - UPon I " * 1 « s h a r e ! W h a t marvelous ahil- ' n g l y a humorless, colorless edition i t ^ g e o g r a p h y , of course, b u t w h a t p l a c e ' w a 8 a m o 8 t f o r c e f u l s p e a k -

h e choa

18 w i d e l y

S t e m a l Society, and is s e r v i n g a s president during the winter term.

. .

| | J

P J y

' 8 lad >-

w a 8

Do you

" reports, t h e " - P ' — d

^

ar

have t h e power the old legend al-

® " ^ A m e r i c a n s , so called w h o

n

t0 malte . th,e t e 8 t ? J A' Accordln to later

He . . . is .also . , U m a n a g e r of 01 the m e Men's T Glee Club and is doing his u t m o s t to m a k e t h i s a s u c c e s ' f u ! s e a s T f

OLIVET BOWS rw^/~v

, reaction. fl

lotted to the p o e t ?

Do not all of b " ; ' ^ t0

ple el)

' ^ e

n n g t

.

0 U r

,

C O u n t r 5 r

COm

abroad

heartg

-

P r 0 P

T " ^ - eanda t t v r ' a n d a«renely h a p p y , a n d to f a n d a ; t h e y " r e . ' h e r e f o r e , m a k " ' h e r s so7 T h e poet b r e a t h e s ^ ^ r d f o r u s to

^

think

^

,

f

A l a r g e P r e s b y t e r i a n Church was the

to scheme a n d to c o n n i V f a n d to circum a n d

without

llltionshi(Is

of

m e n

J

th

wid

Z

of

in t h e

evenin

g e n t l e m e n ' , con-

K - H o " ' « « • Barlow, who w a s first p U c e w i n n e r , had 8 Wel1 " " t o r i c a l voice and

™ n t ? And what a r e thoughts

^

M c n e

v Z Z

w a 8 ver With this t h e conversation" w a s a n d e v e r Prompted by devotion to s r r e a ) t 1 c i t i e s a s w 0 r k 8 of s u p r e m e b ^ i ^ ^ l ' X e e of y deserving "of t h i r d p U c e the ex in his p l e a in b e h a ended, a s f a r a t least with w h a t d u t i f u l and ideal, sublimes cellence. Once they a r e boosted geoirraDhv men anH ^ of t h e colored we a r e interested. every common t h i n g into t h e region s e n t l y a t home, t h e y find • r a c e o ' A m e r i c a . " H a d his enunci,S ation b€en bett€r Of course, tne the affair a f f a i r was sue-. o f t h e aesthetic,* and r e a t e s a t h e i r ^ - a b r o a d , w h e r e they r e—best eexample x a m o l e of hi B wnrir ' he mi«ht have —— so •"» c»-• — « a— .--Mi • wwdromtfvl Kv on example of his work. had fir8C the D(^tor H e hhpovAn eaven e,c cessfully carried out a n d a good on e a r t h a t will. B u t is ome<i by an u n d i s c r i m i n a t i n g „ na nati over the continents, also believes t h a t A r t h u r Micht i m e w a s had by all, but there i s | f t f o n limited t o poeta a l o n e ? rawltitude, e a g e r l y willing to ac- U n

Across Tk* WorU nf ¥mi

m p]

WELL BEHIND

Score a uaie or not ana upon the arrival "uv we w n i e poetry . ' " •» in o r d e r 10 in8 ire Hope k e p t in the M. I. A. A. race of J . William t h a t e v e n t f u l night P help our ^ ^ a n y wonder t h a t t h e typical ^ . f 8 ' 18 m 0 T e t h a n a M t i o n a l l t l o n m o r e t,! l a s t Wednesday evening with t h e w a s not ready. ' fellowmen ? f o r e i g n e r s of t h e quiet, b e t t e r s o r t , t ' a n a religious cult it is a W L 1 0 RAREL d e f e a t of Olivet College a t C a r n e g i e EmerRon "AH Y travel f a r f r o m home, " ~ spi r i t . I t is not, however, a m e n common, in th g y m , by a score of 32-25. Hope ~ ~ poets a t hen!* " ' v ^ y remark, "If Americans e sense of a being to be 0 eId a es we say im ar distin trailed u n t i l the five m i n u t e s when , ^ ? 1 ? o l s and f o u l s a t w i n . . ' ; " e p r e t t y g e n e r a l l y of t h i s s t a m p , « w s h e d f r o m m a t t e r . , Islam a s done t h e y displayed a flashy finish which ; s a n d w , c h e d ™ s d u e excitement, ^ : " much to t h e y ought to be wiped off the f a c e i 8 o n e o f t h o 8 € e n g u l f i n g tides of n d e d Wlth Ho e ake took Olivet off t h e i r f e e t ^ ! P ^ the ™ ™ scienUst, the inventor, o f ^ power t h a t seems to a w a i t the comearth!-

i

Olivet s t a r t e d t h e scoring b y col- " I f e n d ' 3 2 ' l l 2 5 ' . .. is t h T f l n i l ^ t i n ^ , h 8 , d l C a P P e d b3 the a b l e c t i n g a foul and a field t h r o u g h ; , :. - j -n. " the efforts Martin then vet r a n u p H o p e could score. ouck w u n two ioui snots by Uiep- * u u . . 2 nof' l<.am n hmo* onA U.. v f - . . . L J o h n s o n , who0 accounted f o r eeleven leVen house, a n d two points by K l a y and " . ^ t h e y are Z 8 Dean as t h e half ended with Olivet. ' f p o , n t x . T h e visiting,-^ i m a ^ n ti' th .

~ - S f t r s ? 3 a h e a d 10-12. Hope w a s a b i t too h a s t y w i t h their shots shots w w hh ee rr ee aa ss Olivet p r e sen ted good p a s s i n g g a m e a n d took few long shots comp a r e d to Schouten's men. Walvoord representing South Holland a n d V a n d e r N a a l d of Cicero filled u p tHe half time b y givi n g two periods of some real fistics. Both showed plenty of aggressiveness and w e r e well m a t c h e d . Hope's comeback in t h e second m v a s the o u t s t a n d i n g f e a t u r e of the ^ % a n i e. Cook replaced M a r t i n and he scored immediately on a long s h o t B u t Gilmore scored a foul a n d a field goal, to p u t Olivet in t h e lead by 17-12. Hope w a s s h o w i n g decidedly b e t t e r f o r m a n d w e r e m a k i n g good t h e i r shots. T h e n t h e b a r r a g e began with Klay scoring twice, De F r e e m a k i n g a p r e t t y mid-court shot and Martin m a k i n g a foul t o t i e t h e score a t 19-10.

v"

^

10 l08e

^ 1 6

w o r k

I f o r at the Z

hrrauUful l n ^

= * - — - — .

f"

P a s s e d

Gilmore, f Davis, f. Church, f Cardwell, c Fyvid, g Willson, g Johnson, g '

^ * " fiSSr-"

q 3 o .... 1

w r i t e r oi all an " ^ the spa J " k A m e n c a n home and t h e American i8 h e

o 0 3

^ a n i««tituUon. The d a m *** <i«ne by these w r i t e r s is not

th€

f

• HOPE t q V a n de Bosch, f 0 De Velder, f. '17...0 Diephouse, f 0 De pree> f 4 Martin, c . . Z Z Z . . Z I 4 Klay, g 4 j ) e Young, g 0 V a n Lente, g 0

•Olivet followed with a foul and Cook, g. 2 Hope took time out Johnston made good another point to place Olivet 14 in the Iwd by 19-21. 0a an ex- Referee: Kobs, M. S. 0.

*ct8'

a 0 0 1 1 0 6

lives a r e to be sources of j o y " " ! T g ourselves and inspirations to 0 others, such vision m u r t ^ c u l « o vated. Continued Next Week 3 , ,, 1 0 Cynthia P a l m e r celebrated h e r 11 b i r t h d a y l a s t F r i d a y . Oh yes, t h e r e ~

8

dire<:t8 his

fa,nily

rK m

Who

but

t! rOUghou t

F.

9

25

F. 0 0

T. 0 0

2

2

1 1 0 0 0 0

9 9

4

8 0 0

i 32

« o t a Personality b e f o r e i t can sweep "cross the space of centuries

vov

mon in th^

OLIVET

in

I

" r • t: r r - ^

8S th e

.

,rhere are m<)dern writ r8 k ^ u ^i!^" « ^ o !h h M b e e n " . seem to take g r e a t d e l i g h t in alan-

wh

—* While being interview, Dr. Nykerk showed all s i g n s of being pleased with t h e r a t i n g s , however, glad he m i g h t h a v e been had a Hopeite placed. In his e s t i m a t i o n , t h e placing was as deserved b y the speakers.

was a table party, presents everything.

.

their

^

uro

mlstaken

w o r k 8 e

a r e

re<Ml

Y. W. C. A. HEARS ROXIE HALDANE Stotion lumbia

Y.W.C.A.

Avenue

broadcasted

Building.

Roxie

whe

P ' r e they H a l d a n e , t h e leader, lead the dis' " P a s s i o n of u s cussion on " R u t s . " S h e b r o u g h t o u t

, T ^ ^ w n t e r s have p a r t i a l l y succeeded developing a superlative d e g r e e proficiency in t h e i r a t t a c k w h a t e v e r mi K h t b e w t h e label Americanism. Continued Next Week

in of on of

We become ^ ^ »Ia™9 t r a d i t i o n a n d r u t s h a v e become a m a j o r p a r t of o u r lives. T h e r e a r e r u t s in o u r p r a y e r life. W e have become m u c h mor e interested in , the suburbs of Zion t h a n in Zion 1

i t s e l f , which is C h r i s t

She urged

an'

ou Alice L a m m e r s s p e n t the week u s ^ t of t h e r u t of self end in Grand Rapids. complacency. The only difference, she quoted, between a r u t and a g r a v e is t h e depth. One of the r u t s t h a t Hope s t u d e n t s should countenance n o l o n g e r is t h a t of dishonesty in e x a m i n a t i o n s . A lively discussion followed this remark. The graduation caps and gowns climatic conditions w e r e such that

SENIORS ATTENTION!!!

All orders for must be in by March 15. Put your name on a piece of paper, designate whether you wish to rent or buy, give your chest, height, and cap measurements, and hand in to Johan Mulder. +<*

many of the girls had to get oitt of the nits in order to attend the meeting. Evelyn Steketee led the song service. Station Y.W.C.A. signed off at eight o'clock and rerttmed broadcasting last night with thff election of

March 6 Alma

Home vs. at

Carnegie

Gym.

M a r c h 12 — H o p e vs. Calvin Rapids.

at

Grand


T H E

A N C H O R

Page Two

THE ANCHOR Ai *

T H E ANCHOR S T A F F E t r l e E. U n g « l » n d

Editor

.Alice Brunson, Donald Wade, Gordon Van Ark

Associate E d i t o r !

Athlcties.

Bernard Arendahomt, Wataon SpoeUtra Evelyn Steketee

-

Campui Newi

M

•'* -

^

H

AND

A

K

«

• -

It- 5

^

r *

JL

One of our s e m i n a r s announced t h e a r r i v a l of a baby girl into his " T h e j i g is u p , " said t h e doctor, FUNNY-BONE TICKLERS f a m i l y t h e other day, a t K a l a m a Donald Martin Doctor; "You surely h a v e acute a s the p a t i e n t with the St. Vitus P a u l Brouwer zoo. C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s Mr. and Mrs. dance died. appendicitis." '

Myron LeenhouU, William Kuyper

Humor...——

.....Bernadine Siebert

Exchanset

Head R e p o r t e r — Kworfr. Marion A i d . , , A d . l l . B « u w k « N i e h o l . . B < . r , g r . . l l A n n . B u f t . WlllUm Clounh, Harold Hoovtr, TilIU M w l l n k . E . t l » r Muldtr, John Muld.r, Arthn Nienhuis, Robert N o l i t r . C y n l h i l Palmer. Lillian Sabo, H a r r y Ver Strate, Ed Drescher, Ivan Johnson. Rudolph Nicholt, Howard Schade.. „ c .. H . Schneider F o r # H o p e H. S BUSINESS STA FF Raymond McGilvra Bualness Manager...., Louis Damstra, Lois De Wolfe Aaeistantn H a r r y K. Smith Circulation Manager C. Van Leeuwen Assistant

THE COOPERATIVE S P I R I T ON OUR CAMPUS

Kinney. P a r t i n g Advice: P u t a little flatter m e . " w a t e r on t h e comb. In a recent l e t t e r received f r o m p a r t y and told t h a t each g u e s t w a s Rev. Willis G. H o e k j e , '04, missionP r o f . W i n t e r to f a r m e r : " W h a t lovely s t r a w b e r r i e s ! I suppose you t o b r i n g something. He b r o u g h t a r y to N a g a s a k i , J a p a n , the followhis relatives. ing r e p o r t w a s given concerning p u t f e r t i l i z e r on t h e m . " the w o r k of the Steele Academy f o r Farmer: "Well maybe that I t ' s p a t h e t i c to say t h e least, b u t would be all r i g h t , b u t I p r e f e r in spite of o u r e f f o r t s t h e coed's boys: " W h i l e we w e r e recognized a s of s u g a r and cream on mine." clothes seem to be going to t h e i r equal g r a d e with the g o v e r n m e n t " J e d g e , " said t h e colored witness, heads. middle schools, Steele A c a d e m y is " I wish you'd please m a k e t h a t T h i s last one is especially dedi- f r a n k l y a school u n d e r C h r i s t i a n l a w y e r stop p e s t e r i n g m e . " cated to t h e b i g B u t t e r and E g g auspices, conducted on C h r i s t i a n " B u t he h a s a r i g h t to question m e n f r o m Iowa. principles. Besides o u r daily chapal you." service, each class h a s an h o u r of " D a t m a y be, J e d g e b u t I's got Delia: " A r e n ' t you a bit Ger- Bible t e a c h i n g p e r week, t h e r e are a r a t t l i n g in m a h head en ef he m a n i c ? " v o l u n t a r y S u n d a y school services w o r r y me much more, f u s t t h i n g H a r r y : " D a r n e d Teuton, I a m . " and Y. M. C. A. m e e t i n g s each week you know I'll u p and tell t h e t r u t h and o u r two dormitories t r y to " T h e poor fish looks kinda m u - serve on the p a t t e r n o f C h r i s t i a n 'bout this m a t t e r . " sical." homes. Year by y e a r we a r e able Edith: " H a v e you given Tite "Yep. P e r h a p s he's a piana to r e p o r t f r u i t in b a p t i s m s of s t u y o u r final a n s w e r y e t ? " tuna." dents. In 1928 o u r statistical recE t h e l : " N o , n o t y e t ; b u t I'Ve ord w a s fifteen boys, one t e a c h e r , given him m y final ' n o . ' " R i g h t now I've got to get t h i s off and one t e a c h e r ' s w i f e who received F i r s t F r o s h : " T o m h a s g o t an m y mind. b a p t i s m . Two of t h e i r boys were a w f u l cold seat in chapel." I'd s u r e l y like baptized j u s t a few weeks a f t e r Second F r o s h : " H o w ' s t h a t ? " To smack t h e clown gi a d u a t i n g with honors, and e n t e r F i r s t F r o s h : " H e sits in Z row." W h o insists on s h o u t i n g ing t h e local Commercial College. " I f a w down." One of them g a v e a s his motive Brown h a s a lovely b a b y girl f o r desiring b a p t i s m t h e f a c t t h a t T h e stork l e f t h e r with a flutter He w a s seated in t h e p a r l o r a m o n g his new s t u d e n t associates Brown named h e r " O l e o m a r g a r i n e , " And he said to the l i g h t t h e r e were very few whose t a s t e s F o r he h a d n ' t a n y but h e r . " E i t h e r you or I, old fellow. were f o r the Nobler t h i n g s , and Will be t u r n e d down t o n i g h t . ' he desired to place himself on t h e Mr. Kleis: " W h a t do w e mean Abie w a s t a k i n g his .sun, Ikie, to side of w h a t w a s best. T h u s we when we s a y t h a t t h e whole is see a football g a m e . In his excite- succeed in a m e a s u r e , in giving to g r e a t e r t h a n a n y of its p a r t s ? " o u r s t u d e n t s l i f e ideals a n d p u r Reo; " O n e of m y a u n t ' s dough- m e n t he d r o v e p a s t a s t o p l i g h t . T h e cop called him back and said, poses which t h e s t a n d a r d governnuts." " S a y w h e r e do you get t h i s f a s t ment education o f t e n f a i l s to supCoed P a t i e n t :

"Oh, doctor, you

During my four years, and especially these last two years, on this campus I have heard f r o m time to time r e m a i k s to t h e effect t h a t there was a lack of cooperation between stud e n t s ; and I know t h a t many of these s t a t e m e n t s were well founded. However, I am convinced t h a t those days are gone. T h e pendulum has swung and is now returning, ?.nd with it is coming an era of splendid cooperation between all students and organizations on our campus. The mass meeting hold I* i iday evening was an excellent example of cooperation. Not one person, when asked to take p a r t in t h e program or t h e preparation thereof, refused or even hesitated to express his willingness to help. And when it was over, and t h e participants were thanked f o r t h e i r splendid spirit, every one of them F l a p p e r F a n n y , the s o r o r i t y gal, made s t a t e m e n t s to t h e effect, "Glad to do i t ; call on me a t aiWH •,0J h a s pistols a n d g u n s all over t h e any time." Is t h a t not sufficient proof of a cooperative spirit house because she s a y s she likes to -aoyioj on Hope's campus? In my opinion, t h e crowning event of t h e evening was t h e setting up of seats by a small group of willing-handed students and professors who chanced to come early. In reading t h e names of these men so deserving of mention, one name was accidentally omitted. Was this person offended? Not in t h e least; because he is one of t h a t type who knows t h a t t h e reward of service lies not in public acclaim, but in t h e joy of having rendered a service which merits public recognition. All honor is due to such as he. Here's to t h e new spirit of cooperation on our c a m p u s : it is characteristic of t h e new era in student life a t Hope College. Let's keep its perfection as our goal. A Senior.

"HORSE-TALK" The past few weeks have been ignominiously disasterous in a multiplicity of ways. To begin with we dropped a "hardf o u g h t " g a m e to Calvin. While we were still s m a r t i n g under this defeat t h e Calvinite Debaters succeeded in t a k i n g both our Negative and Affirmative teams into camp. Then as a climax to this imposing losing streak, we were beaten decisively enough in the M. 0 . L. so as to p u t ourselves beyond t h e pale of excuses. If things continue the way they are going where will t h e tradition be for our children to glory in? We are now a t a point where we can understand and appreciate the words of Lincoln, uttered perhaps with some show of irritation, a f t e r "Little Mac" had failed to keep an engagement. "Never m i n d ; " said Lincoln, "I will hold McClellan's horse, if he will only bring us success."

A R E WE A L L RIGHT? WE ARE! That heading looks slightly assertive, doesn't it? But when a Student Body can s t a g e a good mass meeting like t h e one in Carnegie on Friday — have as good a time as we did — and then a f t e r receiving the unexpected news t h a t we did — can still give a g r e a t big cheer t h a t lets the world know things are still fine and bright — t h a t Student Body will stand together a long, long time. Our common interest in t h e problem before us is f o r m i n g a s t r o n g spirit of good will. Besides our willingness to remain as one group through adversity, t h e r e now comes our problem of f o r m i n g an Interf r a t e r n i t y Union. Our Student Council feels t h e need of a strong backing. Hope's spirit cannot live alone by attempting to maintain a cold and rigid intellectual ideal. T h a t ideal m u s t be warmed and livened up by active evidencing of our student spirit. We are re-awakened to our sense of school spirit by getting together outside of our regularly scheduled meetings.

CALVIN WINS TWO DEBATES Hope's d e b a t e r s suffered somew h a t of a comedown l a s t Monday n i g h t , losing both t h e i r debates to Calvin, a l t h o u g h the contests were very close. T h e three j u d g e s of the d e b a t e in G r a n d Rapids awarded Calvin the decision by a 2-1 vote, while Prof. Weiss of Albion decided in f a v o r of Calvin in t h e contest a t W i n a n t s Chapel, a l t h o u g h , as he said, it w a s only by t h e closest of m a r g i n s t h a t Hope lost. T h e r e w a s a good t u r n o u t a t Win a n t s chapel, and it is p a r t i c u l a r l y g r a t i f y i n g to note t h e l a r g e n u m b e r of s t u d e n t s and townspeople t h a t support our debating teams. We h a v e had some good d e b a t e s thid

uioo* aP!Ip l y -"

a u i ijiJS noX U B 3

'noX hubiH nO»»

n o t puuq 11,1 s s a n a 'doa pics ^ibuis noX 'OS sj,, T o u r i s t : " H o w do you like this ( l 'auiiiS ijeq cold w e a t h e r ? " -s^aaj ap o ; 3 u i o 3 o j b a i m a lW!l F a r m e r : " W e l l , it s u r e goes pun aiu 'uBuiaDijoj mjv ' u o n o , , against my grain." ^XtjmXUB 'jyn^s

We have with us today—

PROF. RICHARDS When we r e t u r n e d to o u r dear A l m a M a t e r l a s t fall, we were greeted by t h e puzzled gaze of m a n y new f a c e s . Yes, t h e m a j o r i t y of these puzzled c r e a t u r e s were F r e s h m e n , who had decided to honor t h e college by t h e i r w o r t h y a p p e a r a n c e . Now, m a n y of those " w o r t h y " s t u d e n t s have r e l u c t a n t l y l e f t the c a m p u s with a look f a r m or e puzzled t h a n when t h e y came. But, a m o n g t h e s t r a n g e r s whom we saw l a s t S e p t e m b e r , w e r e a f e w p r o f e s s o r s , new to o u r college, b u t experienced in the a r t of t e a c h i n g college s t u d e n t s . The new professors were f o r m a l l y introduced to u s in Chapel, and a f t e r a f e w d a y s , they v e r y i n f o r m a l l y m a d e o u r acquaintance in the class rooms. One of the new m e m b e r s of o u r F a c u l t y is Mr. William Richards, Associate P r o f e s s o r of English.

and G e r m a n t h e r e f o r t w o and one half y e a r s . D u r i n g the f o l l o w i n g f o u r y e a r s he w a s an i n s t r u c t o r of E n g l i s h a t the New Y o r k University, and t h e n t a u g h t in t h e N e w J e r s e y School f o r Women d u r i n g a period of two y e a r s . Now, H o p e College h a s t h e honor of c l a i m i n g him a s a m e m b e r of t h e i r F a c u l t y . o Behavior is t h e theory of m a n n e r s p r a c t i c a l l y applied. — M m e . Necker.

M r . R i c h a r d s has t r a v e l e d quite extensively a n d h a s studied in m a n y countries but his education began in the United S t a t e s . He g r a d u a t e d f r o m the Philadelphia High School, which a t t h e time had an enrollment of about t w o thousand students, and t h e n took his first y e a r of College work a t H a v e r f o r d . H a v i n g become very interested in philosophical problems and G e r m a n L i t e r a t u r e , Mr. Richards w e n t to Goettingen, Germ a n y and continued his studies there for about a year and a half. T h i s i n s t i t u t i o n h a s become well known because i t w a s somewhat of a haven f o r a u t h o r s , such as, E d w a r d E v e r e t t , George B a n c r o f t a n d Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. While s t u d y i n g there, Mr. Richards became P r e s i d e n t of t h e I n t e r n a tional Club a n d S e c r e t a r y of t h e G e r m a n I n t e r n a t i o n a l Club—both, v e r y w o r t h y positions.

r-.

'UBUI

have a r m s a r o u n d her.

Upon r e t u r n i n g to t h e United S t a t e s , he a t t e n d e d t h e U n i v e r s i t y of Wisconsin f o r t h r e e y e a r s , t a k i n g only g r a d u a t e s u b j e c t s d u r i n g t h e l a s t year. Mr. R i c h a r d s h a d considered g o i n g into t h e Diplomatic Service, and accepted a f e l lowship to Scandinavia where he studied f o r t w o years. Because of his unusual ability to speak a n d w r i t e Danish, G e r m a n a n d English, h e engaged in p r e s s w o r k f o r t h e Legation d u r i n g the W a r . T h i s position k e p t him in Copenhagen f o r two years, a n d offered him t h e o p p o r t u n i t y of giving lectures to the E n g l i s h L a n g u a g e Clubs, of which e v e r y town a n d c i t y boasted. A t the end of the w a r , Mr. Richa r d s once m o r e r e t u r n e d to t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a n d took his place « s a m e m b e r of t h e L a f a y e t t e ColE q u a l i t y causes n o war.—nSofcm, lege F a c u l t y . He t a u g h t F r e n c h

y e a r , not excepting those of Mond a y night, and we m a y hope f o r still b e t t e r ones in t h e f u t u r e . P r o f . E d w a r d N. Hocker who is coaching the t e a m s t h i s year h a s announced t h a t A l m a will debate here i n t h e near f u t u r e , and a good crowd m a y be expected f o r t h a t event. o E d i t o r — T h e y s a y t h a t genius flowers e a r l y — T h e o t h e r day I h a p pened to be w a l k i n g behind a couple of small boys, who seemed most a r g u m e n t a t i v e . After a heated discussion of w h a t h a d caused a l a r g e hole, t h e one who claimed t h a t i n spite of its shape, it" w a s a h o r s e ' s hoof, said, "Well, t h e y h a v e r u b b e r chains f o r automobiles, so why not rubber horseshoes?"

01,0

We're sure to have what you want in the line of Sporting Goods

Where All Sportsmen Meet.

are members

VTI7

\Jlomts Tde^phMfen/]

.

Rev. Josias Meulendyke of the class of 1873 w a s given a fine reception on F e b r u a r y 14 by t h e F i r s t R e f or me d Church of Rochest e r , N. Y., in honor of his 80th b i r t h d a y a n n i v e r s a r y . One of the n u m b e r s of t h e p r o g r a m f o r the evening was t h e p r e s e n t a t i o n of a p u r s e c o n t a i n i n g 80 gold dollars to Rev. Meulendyke by the p a s t o r of the Church, Rev. G. H. Hondelink. * « * M r . Fred Olert, 26, w h o will g r a d u a t e this s p r i n g f r o m t h e W e s t e r n Theological S e m i n a r y , h a s received a call to become p a s t o r of t h e R e f o r m e d , church a t .Qpx-

sackie. New Yo*rk. -o Music was a t h i n g of the soul — a rose-lipped shell t h a t m u r m u r e d of t h e eternal sea — a s t r a n g e bird s i n g i n g the songs of a n o t h e r shore. r. C. Holland

£

,ALL o n u s w h e n y o u z w i s h t o s e n d flow era ely t o a n y d i s t a n t p o i n t . Our dependable F T D service insures that t h e s a m e q u a l i t y flowers y o u o r d e r will be delivered to its d e s t i n a t i o n q u i c k l y and economically.

Were

ShaJy Lawn Florists Phones 5345-2652 Holland,

r*

Mich.

i

Generating Brain Power "DRAIN power, not horsepower, is the • U chief operating requirement of the electrical industry.

Y o u will see t h i s m o n o g r a m on t h e powerful motors of an electric locomotive a n d on the convenience outlet where you plug in a floor lamp— always a n d everywhere it is a safe guide t o electrical quality a n d dependability.

This requirement must be continuously anticipated to provide leaders for the future. Accordingly, each year, more than 400 picked college graduates come to the General Electric Company for a post-graduate course in electrical science.

fi..

a?

With a faculty including inventors and engineers of international distinction, something more than electrical knowledge is imparted to these young men. Here they also find inspiration which prepares them for leadership in this electrical age.

GENERAL ELECTRIC

GENERAL

uEfL E C T R I C

C O M P A N Y ,

S C H E N E C T A D Y ,

NEW

YORK


THE ACCROSS THE WORLD Op ISLAM . (Continued f r o m page 1)( ments, no matter how delicate and

Altogether, Acroaa The World Of hlnni is a r a r e book. Not to have read it is to have missed an insight into the meaning of one phase of our p r e s e n t world's capital tragedy. have read read «it. . .is -T o imve to be confirmed in the conviction t h a t in J e s u s Christ we have not merely one of whom we may say, He is like unto God; but of whom we m u s t say, — Truly this IS the Son of God.

ANCHOR Three

Percy Kuted Again

CAMPUS

Well, "Big Bill" Tilden is a m a teur again, having been received onc^ more into the good graces - of the Unite<i S t a t e 8 L a w n Tennis Association. Consequently Tilden takes his usual No. 1 position amonir the American players. t h i n 8 10 Tilden has a g o o d l ^ number of J ! ^ f ^ practice sessions ahead of him a s K a t r i n e I f J T " "nat0mylt b y lo81n indicated by his t o u r n a m e n t play h p r n n . f » since reinstatement. Y o u n g J o h n n y PPendix last T h u r s d a y (in Van Ryn, the little boy who passed a c c o r d a n ( * W l t h doctor's orders of u p a chance for the Davis Cup in c o u r a e ) • F n d a y Anna Mae Engleaorder to finish college, tripped t h e "J*? p a r t e ® w i t h one of the bones "big Bill" up so nicely the other 0 f h e r n o s e - N o t t o ^ o u t done by ^ t h a t it wasn't even interesting. ® n y o n e K 1 eanor Ver Wey indulged T , l t , c n 8 ,,, i8 N o hdX,n t . - 1 r n a n b u t h e is R : ner tonsils removed Satno u t the invincible ace t h a t he was ^ four year8 a 0 ^ Some of the Voorheesites are growing . growmg quite quite artistic. artistic. Several Several of of

HOPEITES:

f h 7 t l t h e l ; m a y h* 8 8 t h e 1 0 0 1 3 0 f the material sciences, cannot measu r e such forces. It takes the mind of h u m a n genms t o do this. How well the t a s k is done by the author, only he who reads t h e book can judge. To review the book adequately one m u s t write it again as a whole. To a t t e m p t to pass ^the value of the volume on to others is idle without passing on the whole story, and the whole story is nothing less t h a n the enT h e wish of m a n y a senator t i r e volume, chapter by c h a n t e r It came true durin the ast week is one of the fullest and one of the ^ P - A most meaningful books t h a t has debate which will go t h u n d e r i n g come f r o m the press in recent d o w n t^® c o r r > d o r s of time, brought months. into action the biting s a t i r e of Sen. It is history b u t it is prophecy ^ a m e s ^ e e d of Missouri and the too. It is the history of Islamic booming voice of the vigilant Bill , , y h e noticed it and, h a v i n g packed t h e g , r l 8 h a v e "taken u p " a r t and to a n ar origins a n d Islamic impressions and B o r a h of Idaho. The senate gladly h i 8 l a d y tightly among some cusht class every Friday a Islamic conquests. I t is phophecy r e m o v e d all cloture rules f o r every- i o n 8 ' t t e m p t e d to land on the a t e r n o o n first thing we know f r o m the outline sketchiness of the o n e f e I t a s S e n - B r u c e of Maryland g 0 0 ( 1 w h e t , , a n d t h e tail skid. He w e ' 1 1 h a v e to be building an a r t c h a p t e r on The N e w World of Is- w h e n h e s a i d ^ t b niuch feeling, s e e ^ e d to be succeeding when sud- g a , , e r y on the campus.

^Hovi Have You Heard

3

lam to the summary of Islam's ram- " T h e 8 e n a t e w i l 1 8 oon be without d e n , y o n e w i n & struck the ground Yes, they've done it Ada R.Vh that ifications in Southeastern Europe. marvelous voice." Sen. Reed a " d . ^ P l a n e overturned. Field a r d s o n a n d 0 1 "J"* B It carries all the fiery challenge w i l 1 r e t i r e o n M a r c h 4 a f t e r 18 0 ^ ' a l s and a newspaper man p a r t e d w i t h t h e i r l o a of the author's personality and b u s y y e a r 8 a s a member of the r u s h e d 1 0 the plane as Lindbergh returned to the ranks of tho wa8 crawli f a i t h in t h e words, — "A door once b o d y ' n g out. "bobbed." Are barred and bolted is nailed open." The subject was prohibition. In ^ou h u r t ? " they aske{l. — <" T h a t "nailed open" is stupendous! a n i r o n i c s P ^ b filled with color" l h a v e nothing to say," anWhat do you t h i n g of t h i s ? A certain J u n i o r girl received a check Of course, the book is a Christian ^ Pbrases, Reed derided the con- s w e r e d Lindbergh. f r o m home with which she was gopolemic — it could not be a n y t h i n g g a s m e n who vote d r y and drink AI A — * % 9A « • 4 1« A IT A ^ M a. » ^ .1 — 1 *1A1 The U. S. Shipping Board is giving to buy a new h a t Imagine our else coming white hot as it doej, otherwise. He caused no little exing actual proof that it intends to surprise when she returned from a from the h e a r t of a g r e a t Christian citement by t h r e a t e n i n g to publish tbe follow the advice of Pres. Coolidgc shopping trip w i t h - n o t a new hat missionary. Yet it is the most names of those to whom he reerred e n h e a r t i n g i n g to come again into ^ * Borah a f t e r paying trib- and get t h e nation out of the ship- but Ludwig's "Bismarck." What ute to Reed as one of the greatest p i n g business. It has recently sold college doesn't do f o r a personl contact with a Christianity t h a t has eleven liners, which number ina thrill to it. Our western Chris orators of his time, proceeded to eluded t h e Leviathan, f o r $16,000,^ es » there's going to be a Senior demonstrate t h a t a n y change in the t i a n i t y h a s become anemic, — 000. 348 mmore pres- P^ay- A ,Almost a n y dayn onow you'll o r e s ships h l s i nin t hthe e mos w clinical patient, if you will whose P r e 8 e n t l a w w ould be a step back- W 0 ' t l P Pre5J any ^ you'll ii aCt0rS Practicing their ailments have been f e f t to t h e t e ^ w a r d ^ ^ ^ 10 b e Sold t o ^ ^ the highest bidder. Many of thewi lines. perience of a group of social and ethirnl intomoo • Captain Charles Lindbergh's dry a r e now lying idle in h a r b o r s and an.. U n n a "TT; . ^ lnS trUmental r ' n™ , f ' t h e r . e , S h u m o r k n o w s " » bounds, it seems, have been f o r months. If Coolidge , "0Pe , I)urin Christl i T • ? 8 t h e P«st Lindbergh h a s his way these ships will be ^ P and his fianc6e R a y S the book t T ^ ' f l T? . M i s s A n w Morrow, sold "as is" without g u a r a n t e e as . ^ e t e e ' Bo^ Klassen ,S ,S dan t<x,k off f r o m V a l b at l o r o ^ ' c L ti'l . — "eld, M e ^ t o seaworthiness, condition, descrip''r". iC0 C i t y for short j a u n t Uon Th, i f t S rtbuke - T o u L T ' ' » That's " Church_on_Sunday evening. a the clouds. On the take-off the Cap- to say they will require a considerTalk a b o u t your absent-minded name t at thou livest and a r t dead." tain's machine lost a wheel. Luck- able investment t o fit them f o r professors if you will, b u t how is =:==:=: = = = : : = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = i = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = service. F u r t h e r m o r e , all ships this for an absent-minded student ? a r e sold with the condition that t h e y fly the American flag. When the Shipping Board has rid itself of this "reserve fleet," is will still have more than two hundred ships. These are not a drain on t h e t r e a s u r y , however, as they a r e in operation under lease.

5=5

Coty gift to the millnns of discriminating women who use his creations. A siliver-Toned Metal Compact FREE With Each Box of Coty Face Powder in Special Combination Package. Whether you need Face Powder at the moment or not, insure to get this Special Combination Package now with the Free Silver-Jubilee Compart. It is given by Coty in commemoration of twenty.five | years of unparalleled success which have made Coty creation ' supreme in world favour.

Regular

Coty

Refill

31-33 East 8th St.

fits the Cift

Compact

Holland Mich.

T O P COATS A complete spring shipment of topcoats in the latest patterns and styles, tailored by leading clothiers has | arrived and we invite your inspection of these remarkable garments.

J o h n J . R u t g e r s Co.

Holland Photo Shop D. J. D U S A A R 10 East Eight St.

Holland, Mich

S t a n f o r d University and assistant CO Hoover in the Commerce Dep a r t m e n t . T h e elder r e t i r e s from t h e navy portfolio with t h e close of t h e Coolidge administration. Previous to holding the cabinet post

THE FIRST STATE BANK The oldest and the lirgeit State Bank in the County

B. H. WILLIAMS JEWELER (Successor to W. R. Stevsngon)

Elgin Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen Watch Inspectors for the P. M. Railway

COLONIAL BARBER SHOP Beauty Shop in Connection Call for Appointments 2071

COLONIAL SWEET SHOP c

«ndiM^F^ncy^Sun^«»^Ho^

SERVICE

Search t h y own h e a r t ; what paineth thee in others m a y in thyself be.—Whit

tier.

[SERVE IT A \ D YOU PLEASE ALL1 28th W. 9th St.

FORTNEY'S BARBER SHOP Re.r of Ollie't

a n d

W LhrevePerCentage0f

C0,1ege

*»*««»• whom ** are privileged

LA UGH LIN'S RESTAURANT Where Food is most like Mothers"

MODEL DRUG CO. 33^5 W. Slh SL See our beautiful new assortment of

a i e

c e of things which differ, ^ e difference of things which alik e.--fl / «</amc De Staei

Eaton, Crane and Pikes Stationery

t

Patience is bitter, but its f r u i t is sweet.—Rousseau.

25c. to $1.00

Life is b u t a thought. -—Coleridge.

"Dick" the Shoe Doctor

Spring Goods

Phone 5 3 2 8

Call 5704 for Appolntmont

semblan

S H I P M E N T OF

D. Schaftenaar, Prop.

Phone 5470

We Cuf Your Hair the Way You Like i t

unknown talent, we'll be able to s t a r t a broadcasting station on the campus. The only trouble is t h a t W e wouldn't know whether to call it Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A. or M O L (if y o u w e r e n . t i n c h a p e l I a s t

Quality Shoe Repairag That's Our Busiuss

Electric Shoe Hospital

QUALITY

A R T I C Ice Cream

C u r t i s was a successful lawyer and week Tuesday morning you can't a j u d g e of the California supreme appreciate this last sentence.) court. o Wit consists in knowing the reWe heard the other day of a woman whose name was Mrs. Cass. And incidentally her husband's n a m e was J a c k .

H o t^ C h o eo -

OPPOSITE TAVERN

It seems to be quite a prevelent opinion t h a t Paul N e t t i n g a and "his shadow" should begin making

American history of f u t u r e years P b w n o ^ r a I } ^ r e c o l d b will disclose a very interesting race The last few d a y s saw the lif o r fame between two brothers — b r a r y filled with scribbling Seniors, R a y Lyman, and Curtis Dwight all "hot and bothered" over getting Wilbur. Curtis is the older and has t h e i r Education note-books cornh a d an edge on Ray most of thc"*frteted by March 1. Oh no, the way. However, an announcement Frosh a r e n ' t the only ones who of last week t h a t Ray h a s been leave things until t h e last minute. chosen for Sec. of Interior post in If this snow m e l t s much f a s t e r t h e new Hoover cabinet puts him we'll soon be swimming to classes. in the lead. U p to the present time Ray, the A f t e r we've had a f e w more Mass younger, has been President of Meetings and discovered some more

Our Sweets Never Fail to Please Try our Hot Chocolate and Wafers. ^ Lowney's and Johnston's Chocolates.

Just ArriTed

College Sweet Shop Corner 14th and College

13 E. 8th St.

Golf Tennis Base Ball Track

Don't cry and cry, come and treat yourself to a tasty Sandwich at

Come and See

SUPERIOR

Holland Sandwich Shop

the Many New Styles

206 River Ave

Phone 4424

We Call For and Deliver

New

If you "faw down and go boomr

FOOTWEAR

at the

HOLLAND BOOT SHOP

Kodaks and Kodak Finishing, Framing and Gifts

A certain Senior attended Zoology class for a whole week until Mr. Welmers kindly informed her t h a t she had already t a k e n Zoology last year.

You are invited to use the Banking facilities of

232 River Ave. Opposite Post Office

Arnold's Confectionery Fresh Roasted Peanuts

H d M Ji 'aMi sflussrt''"as? taiTdUsSith wi .* h- W'/i ^ ^ . . 5 ! ? J E : . ^ - ^ 2 9 is i t your 'III

b U

• V®

r

r

e

«J • Steketee-Van Hols P r i r i E g H ^ f l r » Eait IIth it.


LJERROLDC 60 East 8th ««-

- -"

"

Holland

Spring Means New Clothes JERROLD SUITS can be purchased with

pride

and

worn with satisfaction. In fact we guarantee your satisfac tion

with

every

JERROLD SUIT We've

assem-

bled the NEWEST STYLES and Fabrics for your ins. j

PLAY CHOSEN

" T h e Poet's S h a r e " and "America T r i u m p h a n t " were described by T h e Senior Class Play is now Alice Brunson and A r t h u r Mich- w e i i under way. April 17 and 18 merhuizen, Hope orators, b e f o r e an have been chosen as the dates, and enthusiastic audience of students the technical details a r e being and f a c u l t y in the chapel Wednes- cleared up quite rapidly. Allen day morning. The meeting was a Langdon M a r t i n ' s Play, Smilin' joint chapel service and farewell f h n is to be presented with the send- off f o r the two student speak- following c a s t : ers, who represented Hope in the PROLOGUE M.O.L. contest a t Alma F r i d a y . S a r a h Wayne Edith McGilvra D r . Nykerk prefaced his intro- M a r y C l a r e Eleanor Ver Wey duction of the o r a t o r s with a rePLAY PROPER view of victories won in speaking j 0 h n C a r t e r e t Leon Bosch contests by representatives of Hope i) r > o w e n H a r d i n g J a c k Pelon in f o r m e r years. Their achieve- Kathleen l)unganon....Esther Brink ments in l a t e r life were also men- W i i i i e Ainley E v e r e t t Bekker tioned and he stated t h a t they had Kenneth Wayne...."Bud" Vredevogd all been successes regardless of J e r e m i a Wayne...."Bud" Vredevogd their r a t i n g in the oratorical com- Moonyeen Clare. M a r r i e t t De Groot petitions in which they participated. T h e p i a y jg u m i e r t h e direction He concluded his r e m a r k s by pre- o f M i s s Gladys Pressly. The busisenting Hope's orators of this year, n e g 8 s t n f f h a s n o t been chosen. implying t h a t Mr. Michmerhuizen o probably inherited his splendid voice f r o m his g r e a t - g r a n d f a t h e r , M A v v who was t h e leading village-singer

I f fiTimTll n MHH I NU lULDllHU

a t Overisel.

FRIDAY N1TE

'

FROSH DEFEAT THE ALL-STARS

pection and choice

$ 22.50 No Less TIES

SHIRTS fine quality white Broadcloths, with seven button front -

Cutsilk four-in-hands with

non-wrinkleling -

$1.69

89c

faster Ensembles

.

$15.00 to $45.00

If the fashion forecasts are right, ensembles will b» very important,for ih(y are defir itely a part of the fashionable woman's spring wardrobe. We are showing them in models to suit every type.

ROSE CLOAK STORE

J.C.PENNEY C0, 60—64 East 8th St. Michigan

Holland,

Aywon Shavng Needs Help to

Make Shaving a Pleasure

White Gross Barbers

L

-

00,11681 w e r e

, >'clls'ead ^ H f r o l d A comic t n o , consisting of Marion ... • .' ° * ^ Donald H.cks and H a r r y Ver Strate entertained with several musical selections, a f t e r which Prohandled t h e game in fine style. fessor Winter presented the following men with their well-earned F R O S H (28) football letters. Those to be honF. T. G. y ored were: Alvin Vanderbush, John 0 Hoffman, f 0 ^ Klay, Ray De Young, Dean Martin, « 2 V a n Haitsma, f 3 W a l t e r De Velder, Henry Steffens, 1 3 Dalman, f 1 Stanley De Pree, John Winter, Carl 0 0 Steggerda, f 0 8 Van Lente, Harold J a p i n g a , Alvin 8 0 Spoelstra, c 4 Cook, Clarence Becker and Allen 6 0 Bouma, g 3 Brunson. The Hope students are 0 0 De Groot, g 0 very proud of the team t h a t has 3 1 Beaver, g. 1 won f o r themselves the reputation of playing clean, and of being t r u e 28 12 sports. Klay, Martin, Steffens and A L L S T A R S (26) Cook received honorable mention in T. F. G. the M.I.A.A. J a c k Schouten, our 0 4 Kruizenga, f 2 coach, was then given t h r e e cheers 4 0 W. Hyink, f. 2 in appreciation of his work with 7 1 Juist, c 3 the football squad. 0 0 Flikkema, g. 0 All of the track letters had not 1 1 Hiersma, g 0 arrived but will be presented a t the 10 0 Japinga, g 5 next Mass Meeting. Those who earned them a r e : Charles Rozema, 2 26 12 W a l t e r De Velder, Edward Swarthout, Lewis Scudder, Leonard WilSTUDENTS TO FORM lett, Donald Martin and Marion Alday. "LOVE TAXIS, INC.?'* The Freshman Football team has made a splendid showing t h i s year One of our most brilliant sopho- and a glorious f u t u r e in athletics a t mores f r o m Iowa has s t a r t e d a Hope is predicted for them. Tom complete revolution in masculine Beaver, Ronald Fox, Titus Van circles on t h e campus. It is very Haitsma, Howard Dalman, Watson s t a r t l i n g and incongruous and we Spoelstra, Louis Damstra, Sifnon wish to w a r n all young ladies out- Wabeke Willard Meengs, Earl side of this f a i r city of this danger- Steggerda and Frederick T e r Vree ous young m a n ' s practice. The fol- r e c e i v e < i letters. lowing anecdote will serve its pur^ e o n Bosch announced t h a t one pose in presenting our advice. h u n d m i and fifty seats have been The dashing and handsome sec- 0 ^ e r e ^ ^ o r Hopeites to the Calvin ond-year man had engaged a young ^ a m c t o ^e played a t Grand Rapdamsel f r o m the neighboring town March 8. F u r t h e r announceof Zeeland for the evening. But m e n ^ regarding their sale will be I alas and alack, he had no w a y of m a ( t e a t a l a t e r date. g e t t i n g to her place of residence, Mouth organ selections were and was on the verge of commit- P v e n Marion Alday and Garrett t i n g suicide (to save his reputa- Nonhof, two musical geniuses who tion of never having broken a d a t e ) a r e n i a k ' n g their debut to their when he heard t h a t two f r i e n d s students. were going t o this village for their F u r t h e r entertainment was f a i r companions. Rushing over to 0 ^ e r c d by two of our songsters— t h e m , he explained t o them his pre- Friesma a n ( i Nettinga, with accorddicament. They agreed to bring * a n accompaniment. the young lady down and to take J a c k Pelon made a few prelimher back on the condition t h a t our inary remarks and then the results u n f o r t u n a t e principal would not act h e M.O.L. Contest held a t Alma company them. Tearfully, he ac- w e r e announced. quiesced (to save his reputation. Silence greeeted the first anyou know). According to author- nouncement, but the students, in itative r e p o r t s the young lady true Hope Spirit, rallied to give an never enjoyed herself more. We enthusiastic yell and the meeting would suggest t h a t this u n f o r t u - closed with the singing of the Hope n a t e young man purchase a couple Song. of old Fords, and set up a taxi line f o r local points under the n a m e WHY STUDENTS ARE of "Love Taxis, Inc." ROUND SHOULDERED

play. Spoelstra and Van Haitsma .. . . . were high point men f o r the Frosh while J a p i n g a was outstanding for the All Stars. Nettinga. again

Aftar-Shaving Lotion. ...29c

A large number of students a r e planning t o go t o the Calvin game, We've heard t h a t H. K. K. and S. G. A. are c h a r t e r i n g buses. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Ives a r e staying on t h e campus until Katherine recovers f r o m h e r operation,

Come to t h e

G r e e n

Mill C a f e

CHRIS KOROSE, Proprietor

The folks at home would like your picture. Be photographed NOW! AT THE

LACEY STUDIO 19 E. 8th St., Upstairs

Body, together with a few members of the Faculty, met in Carnegie

The m a 8 meetln Beaver pulled the g a m e out If the , f K was fire during the last few seconds ot "Pened with peppy group s.ngmg.

Talcum for Men, c a n . . . 19c

wutidne

Last F r i d a y evening the Student

a hard f o u g h t contest which re- « 8 ° l t e o f t h e " • 0 suited in t h e Frosh winning 28-26. t o jj® announced.

Shaving Cream, tube.. .25c

it tke waj yon

W a n t s o m e t h i n g g o o d

The Frosh barely won f r o m the Gymnasium where a pep meeting All Stars last Wednesday nite in h a d been a r r a n g e d . and where the

•Aywon" ihaving requisites are •dentificaUj prepared from faigredients of tested purity. Safe for the tenderest skin. Cooling, soothfaf, refreshing.

Wc

H i m g r y ?

a nd

o

STUDENTS TO HEAR MARTINELLI SING Again, t h r u the efforts of Miss B a r k e m a the students of Hope college are to be given t h e privilege of h e a r i n g a number on the Grand Rapids Philharmonic program. A block of fifty or more seats has been disposed of to the students for the Martinelli concert, F r i d a y , and it is expected t h a t t h a t m a n y Hope students will be represented — — o To have your car roll over three times, to have every window broken, and t o come out without a scratch seems almost unbelievable, But t h a t ' s j u s t what happened to R u t h Van Dyke when she was driving f r o m Grand Rapids the o t h e r day. Ruth said it w a s quite exciting b u t she doesn't believe she cares to r e p e a t the experience.

The articulation connecting the foreleg of a quadruped to t h e body is known as t h e shoulder. We must regard it as the upper p a r t of the back and decide for you why it becomes round. As students in a Christian College our time is taken up in laboring under difficulties. In chapel we write our assignments, using the floor as a writing desk, and it is vital t h a t some p a r t of our body beautiful shall flex and bend. Our shoulders soon gain a graceful, streamlined contour which is exceedingly useful in night work, but which crowds the brain, liver, a n ( j other important o r g a n s so as t o e f f e c t t h e i r p a r t i a i demoraliza^ion. Can we allow our race to degenerate on account of round shoulders. Can we unflinchingly face this huge question? We m u s t answer yes and no. Let our motto be: "Don't date your girl, w r i t e her a letter. Study much less and y o u l l get along better."

OUR NEW STOCK

1

of Spring Suits and Topcoats have arrived. W e have also received samples for made-to-measure Suits, ranging in prices from $25 up. ^Reliability our Motto"

VISSER & BAREMAN 50 East Eighth St.

Whether a Check tocash^ a bill to change, a draft to buy, or dollars to deposit, this bank is here to serve you. And remember we are always glad to talk over with you any financial matter upon which you may need aid.

PEOPLES STATE BANK KEEFER'sj Restaurant For

Ladies & Gentlemen HoDanil

Grand Haven

OOCS

Cleaning and Pressing Your garments noi only improve your appearance but it lengthens the wear of your clothes and in Holland it is "The Paris Way", that is the most satisfactory.

"Let Flick Do It"

PARIS DRV CLEANERS EAST SIXTH STREET Phone 2054 WE CALL FOR AND DEUVER

For Things Musical Pianos and Yictrolas Rented New Records Efery Friday

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 West 8th St.

Phone 5167

NEW SPRING FOOTWEAR-NOW IN A large and beautiful selection to pick from. Shoes for the whole Family

P. S. BOTER & CO.

r*


03-06-1929