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Official Publication of the Students of Hope College at Holland Michigan

Glorious Morning^ Selected

French Club Has Play By Conversation Class March 18 will be the d a t e f o r the

By Seniors For Class Play

next French Club meeting. A t this t i m e Miss Lichty's class in conver-

Drama by Channing Pollock Will Be Presented During Tulip Festival

the play entitled " L e Medicin Malg r e Lui" by Moliere. The cast will

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Paul Brouwer Addresses Pi Kappa Delta Group On Audience Adaptation T h e monthly m e e t i n g of Pi K a p p a Delta was held in the Commons room last Wednesday with P r o f . Paul Brouwer t h e guest speaker. Clinton H a r r i s o n presented a vocal solo with N o r m a Becksfort at the piano. The g r o u p Mileatone picture was taken. P r o f . Brouwer discuased some interesting angles of "Audience A d a p t a t i o n , " following which Beth M a r c u s , Corinne Pool, Charles Stopples and John H a i n s experimented with sample speech situations. A short business meeting featured plans f o r the a n n u a l election, initiation and the dinner which will be held in May.

P and M Plans to See "Elizabeth the Queen"

Dr. Bruce Raymond following a faculty meeting revealed Third Defense t h a t t h e 9-week session will open on J u n e 15 and termiForum Is Today n a t e on A u g u s t 15. A complete Third Defense F o r u m will be f r e s h m a n program w i 1 1 be held this a f t e r n o o n at 5 : 0 0 in the YWCA room. The discussion will offered to encourage high be under the leadership of Miss M e t t a J. Ross, the* subject f o r discussion being " T h e Present Crisis." Miss Ross is well informed in this field and will be able to give much insight into the present situation. J o h n Muller, student council f o r u m c h a i r m a n , announced t h a t s t u d e n t interest displayed at the second f o r u m was e n c o u r a g i n g , and t h a t the council hopes it will continue to grow. -o-

Lichty Addresses Y W " F r a n c e and t h e W a r " w a s the topic given to the YWCA girls last night

by

Miss

Elizabeth

Lichty.

Josephine Fitz was c h a i r m a n for the meeting.

Announcement w a s made at the P and M meeting, held l a s t S a t u r day morning, of the coming presentation of Maxwell Anderson's play, " E l i z a b e t h the Queen," by the Civic P l a y e r s of Grand Rapids. The play is to be presented f r o m March 25 t h r o u g h March 28 in the St. Cecilia auditorium in Grand Rapids.

Senior Class Honor Roll Large; Tappan and Oatman Take Honors W i l l i a m T a p p a n , a m a j o r i n , a v e r a g e above 2 a r e : Dorothy the field of c h e m i s t r y , will be Renzema, 2.681; Gordon Girod, t h e valedictorian of t h e class 2.601; Paul Gottwald, J e a n e t t e R y l a a r s d a m , Estella K a m p s , Jack of '42, it was announced last Baas, Ann DeYoung, J e a n e t t e Vaiiweek by R e g i s t r a r T h o m a s Beek, H a r r y Friaael, and Marian Welmers. T a p p a n ' s g r a d e VanZyl.

point average for t h e seven semesters is 2.982. The salutatorian, Bernice Oatman, and John Muller to Discuss Robert Emmick and Morris Tardiff were close in. the race for claas honors with a v e r a g e s of 2.9 + . The first ten seniors on the honor roll, aeniora who have been here f o r the full aeven semeatera, announced by R e g i s t r a r Welmers a r e : William T a p p a n Bernice Oatman Robert Emmick Morris Tardiff Lorraine T i m m e r Beth Marcus Louise Eaaenberg Corneliua P e t t i n g a N o r m a Beckafort

2.982 2.947 .2.942 2.909 .2.657 2.539 .2.454 2.44 2.407

P a l e t t e and Masque is m a k i n g plans to t a k e a g r o u p f r o m the college to see a matinee p e r f o r m a n c e on S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n , March 28. If enough s t u d e n t s plan to go, a r r a n g e m e n t s will be m a d e to obtain s e a t s a t a special r a t e . Anyone interested should contact J e a n Othera who have received above ette R y l a a r s d a m or E u g e n e Ten Brink a s soon as possible. a 2-point a v e r a g e a r e : Charles Stoppela, Mae Clonan, Richard VanStrien, Ruth Williama, John Hietbrink, Blaae Levai, William Vleiger, M a r g a r e t N a g y , Doria VanderBorgh, Ray VanOmmen.

Theological Quiz A t Alpha Chi Meeting

Philosophy of Japanese The Philosophy Club will meet this evening at eight o'clock in the

Majors Meeting Tonight J o h n H a i n s is in charge of the r e g u l a r meeting of the English M a j o r s club which will be held tonight in the E m e r s o n i a n house at 7:30 p. m. An unusual p r o g r a m has been planned. R e f r e s h m e n t ? will be served. In addition, the group picture f o r the Milestone will be t a k e n .

school aeniora to enroll at once and take a d v a n t a g e of the accelerated program. New ( o u r a e a Offered As of this date, it is auppoaed t h a t the same instructors nowp r e s e n t will carry on during the summer. Outside t h e i r r e g u l a r scope they will be required to teach some new courses, a m o n g them being such studies as a r t f o r element a r y teachers, the theory of coaching, and practice teaching in playground m a n a g e m e n t . Many of the r e g u l a r courses will have to be decided upon soon, but they will be of t h a t variety which can be completed d u r i n g the s u m m e r with no required follow-up d u r i n g succeeding semesters. One innovation will be the study of Spanish. These a r e likely to be continued also d u r i n g the r e g u l a r school year.

Morgan, Beltman Will Be Trained As Marine Officers R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s f r o m the a r m y , navy a n d m a r i n e s were a t Hope to give physicals in the g y m on March 2 and 3. Elmer M o r g a n , New York senior, and L a u r e n c e Beltman, Kalamazoo sophomore, were accepted in the marines. They will both be allowed to continue in college until they a r e g r a d u a t e d and t h e n will go into immediate t r a i n i n g to become second lieutenants.

S t u d e n t s who have recently been accepted f o r t h e service a r e : Stephen Noyes, New York junior, and H a r r y Meiners, W a s h i n g t o n sophomore, who will leave aoon for The n a t u r e of the session is ex- the a r m y . Charles Zoet, Michigan pected to draw s t u d e n t s f r o m junior, and John Van Aalst, New varied groups. F o r e m o s t , probably, York f r e s h m a n , h a v e been accepted will be the present u n d e r g r a d u a t e by the a r m y a i r corps. element. Although the r e g i s t r a r William Van Kleef, who was s t a t e s only thirty-six have t h u s d r a f t e d last J u l y , h a s recently been f a r signed up as u n d e r g r a d u a t e s , promoted to the r a n k of s e r g e a n t , it is expected t h a t many more will and J a y Witte, who also l e f t last follow suit. This group will include s u m m e r , w a s promoted to corporal. both those s t u d y i n g under the new accelerated program and o t h e r r e g u l a r students desiring additional work in varied couraea. T h e p r o g r a m will also be an aid to beginning f r e s h m e n who will be able T h e S t u d e n t Defense Counto get an early s t a r t on t h e i r courses of instruction. cil of Hope college was organ-

Campus Defense Council Organized

Many Teachera Expected

Cosmopolitan house with J o h n Mul-

It is also expected t h a t a good ler in c h a r g e of the p r o g r a m . He response will be forthcoming f r o m will present a topic of especial cur- the t e a c h i n g element of the vicinrent i n t e r e s t : The Philosophy of ity. Many e l e m e n t a r y and r u r a l t e a c h e r s who still lack their A.B. the J a p a n e s e . degrees will have the o p p o r t u n i t y to m a k e up their deficiencies. T h e r e will also be special recognition of Glee Club Girls Plan those desiring coaching instruction and direction in physical recreaEastern Tours; Present tion.

Operetta to Local Club

ized last Wednesday under the sponsorship of t h e Student Council, Representatives f r o m various organizations were enlisted to plan t h e ac-

T h e story p o r t r a y s the efforts of a small town music club in pres e n t i n g a p r o g r a m of songs of the south. The cast was a t t i r e d in colorful southern costumes a n d was f e a t u r e d in the s i n g i n g of Stephen F o s t e r melodies. T h e o p e r e t t a will be given for the Women's club of S a u g a t u c k on F r i d a y evening, March 13. I t is hoped t h a t the Glee club m a y be able to give a public p e r f o r m a n c e of this o p e r e t t a some time in the

near future. T h e Glee club will also be feaA group of Western S e m i n a r y t u r e d in an all s a c r e d p r o g r a m to s t u d e n t s were in c h a r g e of YMCA be given in Hope church on t h e meeting last n i g h t . " A P r o g r e s s i v e e v e n i n g of E a s t e r S u n d a y . C h r i s t i a n L i v i n g " w a s the topic Members of the Glee club plan to discussed by H a r o l d Leetsma. continue their sale of doughnuts Special music w a s rendered by the every hour of the morning in the S e m i n a r y q u a r t e t . H e n r y Boven- hall of Graves Library. Profits dam was the chairman of this from this sale will be used to demeeting. f r a y expenses of the trip.

Marian Tysse Is The Tenth of Her Family To Be Graduated From Hope Marian Tysse, a g r a d u a t e of Febr u a r y , '42 is the tenth one of h e r f a m i l y to receive an education a t Hope. The first Tysse was Rev. Gerrit, who w a s g r a d u a t e d in '89. He is now a retired classical missionary in the P a r t i c u l a r synod of Chicago. F i r s t of the children to e n t e r the p o r t a l s of Hope was Ann, who a f t e r h e r g r a d u a t i o n in '26 became Mrs. W. Roth. She is now teachi n g in Lowell, Mich. T h e n a m e of T y s s e a g a i n a p p e a r e d on the class roll in t h e y e a r s '28 a n d '29 w h e n A g n e s a n d Eva, respectively, received t h e i r degrees. Eva, now Mrs. C. ^fcGilvray, is w o r k i n g w i t h h e r h u s b a n d a s medical missiona r i e s in India. A g n e s h a s entered t h e field of l i b r a r y work. F i v e years later in '34, numbers five and six of the Tysse family were graduated. Thia time it w a s

Calvin DeVries and Nola Nies, Hope e n t r a n t s in the Michigan Oratorical contest held in t h e Memorial chapel last Friday, emerged with a first and second place respectively. F i r s t place in the women's contest was awarded to Nancy Grayson of Michigan S t a t e college and Norrene Wasson of Albion took third place. A t h r e e way tie f o r second place developed in the men's contest. De Vriea Offers Challenge DeVries orated

on "The

Chal-

lenge To Y o u t h " in which he appealed

for definite

standards

of

conduct t h a t will not c h a n g e in the face of

persecution

or approval,

war or peace. Miss Nies discuaaed moral conditiona of the a r m y camps under the title, " T h e W a r r i o r and the W o m a n . " Title of Miss Grayaon'a oration w a s "Thia, Our Generation," Judgea* ballots showed a tie for second place in the men's contest with duplicate a w a r d s going to Robert Clune of Michigan State college, J a m e s C u r t i s of Albion and Jacob Hasper of Calvin. Each will receive a silver medal. F i r s t place winners received gold medals and Miss Wasson a bronze medal f o r third place. Dr. Frederick McKay, league

director

of

sented the a w a r d s

oratory

pre-

following the

evening contest. Special Music Presented R u t h Van B r o n k h o r s t played a piano solo and accompanied J a n e t Arnold in a vocal n u m b e r a t the women's contest in the a f t e r n o o n . The

string

trio

and

Betty

D a u g h e r t y , pianist, provided musical e n t e r t a i n m e n t a t night. Charles Sibert of Albion college and president o f t h e league presided a t all

William T a p p a n , president of the Voorhees Hall. Student Council, is c h a i r m a n of F i r s t place w i n n e r s will compete the d e f e n s e council and Melba in national contest this spring. Dings, r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of YWCA, was chosen s e c r e t a r y . Other members a r e : Doris VanderBorgh, WAL; L o r r a i n e Timmer, Anchor; Ann DeYoung, Alcor; Louise Chisman, Y M C A ; and. J a c k Baas, Blue Key.

Music for the o p e r e t t a was w r i t t e n by Gordon Balch Nevin, son of the f a m o u s composer of " T h e R o s a r y . " Miss M a r j o r i e Brower w a s cast in the leading role.

Second in Men's Meet

sessions. Visiting coaches a n d contivities which the college will participate in f o r t h e i r share of the t e s t a n t s were g u e s t s a t a facultydefense p r o g r a m of the city. s t u d e n t tea, sponsored by W A L in

Potential m a t r i c u l a n t s may be Members of the Girls' Glee club found a m o n g ministers and t h e i r a r e looking f o r w a r d with a g r e a t wives a n d Sunday school teachera. deal of e n t h u s i a s m to the coming Special couraea will be offered f o r their benefit. Othera will come t o u r of the e a s t e r n churches. f r o m a group deairing civil areoThough the g r o u p expects to leave nautical training. However, aa yet on the 13th of April, p l a n s as to n o t h i n g ia definitely known about Each r e p r e a e n t a t i v e ia in c h a r g e the i t i n e r a r y and p r o g r a m a r e still theae two factiona. of a specific duty. The activities tentative. Many of the detaila of the pro- have been listed a s follows; conThoae who have completed leas g r a m a r e atill in the proceaa of servation p r o g r a m , fire w a r d e n s , L a s t Monday n i g h t the glee club than aeven aemeaters a t Hope and development and will be revealed in fire w a t c h e r s , home nursing, first presented the o p e r e t t a " F o l l o w i n g who have V3ceived a g r a d e point a booklet which the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n aid> and surgical dressing classes, F o s t e r ' s F o o t s t e p s " in the Women's plans to print in a p p r o x i m a t e l y and t h e defense foruma. Other l i t e r a r y club f o r members of the two weeks. projects will be organized later. C e n t u r y club and their guests. German Club Reviews

Alpha Chi members discovered w h a t they do -not know a b o u t the Bible in a theological quiz p r o g r a m in the Commona Room on Wedneaday, F e b r u a r y 25. The p r o g r a m was in c h a r g e of H e n r y Kik and H a r v e y Staal. H y m n s i n g i n g w a s Lives of Composers led by Gene Raboy, new student P a p e r s on eminent G e r m a n comf r o m New York city, while scripposers will be given in G e r m a n t u r e and p r a y e r were given by club this evening. The m e e t i n g will Wallace Stoepker. be held a t 7:80 in the Alethean A f t e r a few a n n o u n c e m e n t s had room. Sketches of the lives and been made, the g r o u p was divided works of s u c h prominent cominto two groups, the " A r m e n i a n s , " posers as Mozart and W a g o n e r will and the "Calvinists." Questions be given. A1 Borgman is c h a i r m a n were asked a l t e r n a t e l y a n d points f o r t h e evening. were a w a r d e d f o r correct a n s w e r s . A f t e r the p r o g r a m G e r m a n When all t h e i n t e r c h a n g e of Bibgames, including a spell-down, will lical knowledge h a d ceased t h e total be held f o r the e n t e r t a i n m e n t of score showed the " C a l v i n i s t s " to the members. R e f r e s h m e n t s will be have a c o m f o r t a b l e lead in points. served. The p r o g r a m w a s i n s t r u c t i v e as well a s revealing, and ehowed t h a t Hope's p r e - s e m i n a r y s t u d e n t s a r e Seminary Students p r e p a r i n g themselves very well f o r Conduct Y M Meeting t h e i r f u t u r e work. R e f r e s h m e n t s provided by the t r e a s u r e r , Leroy Sandee, w e r e enjoyed while g a m e s were played a n d g r o u p discussions were held. N e x t m o n t h ' s m e e t i n g will emphasize the c u l t u r a l aspects of the m i n i s t r y . P r o f . Clarence DeGraaf will review " P o e t r y A s a M e a n s of G r a c e , " by Osgood for all Alpha Chi members,

Michigan State, Albion Entrants W i n Summer School to First and Third in Women's Contest A t t r a c t Beginning Three-way Tie for A n d Old Students Hains Will Lead English

be Edith K l a a r e n , Ruth S t e g e n g a , Bernice O a t m a n , Betty Davis, Judy Schermhorn and H o w a r d Hoekje. It will be given in the Commons Room. All French s t u d e n t s a r e inL a t e s t plans f o r s u m m e r vited to come. school at Hope announced by

preaented

ahortly before the cloae of the achool year. Laat year the claas of '41 cooperated with the achool in the preaentation of the Seventyfifth a n n i v e r s a r y pageant, "The P i l g r i m , " written by Dr. E d w a r d Dimnent. Thia y e a r the claaa of '42 preaenta a d r a m a by Channing Pollock, aelected f o r ita a d a p t a b l e acting qualitiea and its o p p o r t u n e a p t i t u d e to the present times.

Calvin De Vrles and Nola Nies Win First and Second In Contest

sation and composition will present

T h e play "Glorious Morning," by Channing Pollock will be presented by the Senior class, it was announced last week. This d r a m a will be staged on the evenings of May 19, 21, 22, and 23 in the Women's L i t e r a r y club. A committee consisting of J e a n e t t e Rylaarsdam, Jim B a a r and George Vander Hill chose "Glorious Morning" as t h e class play, from a group of several modern selections. John Visser, business m a n a g e r of the production stated t h a t t h e play would be under the direction of Stanley Albers of Grand Rapids. Albers is t h e instructor of d r a m a and forenaica a t

March 11, 1942

Clarence, now s u p e r i n t e n d e n t in the C e d a r S p r i n g s S c h o o l , and J a m e s , a t p r e s e n t an insurance inspector in Chicago. J u n e of the y e a r '36 f e a t u r e d a r e p e a t p e r f o r m a n c e f o r the f a m i l y when Cornelia and Kenneth stepped f o r w a r d to receive t h e i r diplomas. Cornelia h a s since become Mrs. H. H a r t o u g h of Du P o n t , New J e r s e y , while K e n n e t h is employed in the office of t h e Chris C r a f t Co. Upholding the family tradition in '38 w a s Lois. She also received her teacher's certificate and is at present engaged in teaching activities in Fenton. The Tysse family is outstanding not only in that ten of them have been successfully graduated from the same college but also t h a t all of them have gone on to achieve success in each of their chosen fields of work.

Debate Teams of Hope Take 16 of 22 A t Manchester

Ten Hope d e b a t e r s r e t u r n e d f r o m the M a n c h e s t e r - H u n t i n g t o n t o u r n a ment, held F e b r u a r y 27 a n d 28, with 16 victories and only six defeata. Teams f r o m 45 colleges and universities competed in the n a t i o n ' s largest debate t o u r n a m e n t with nearly 150 t e a m s p r e s e n t . No official winner is declared in the t o u r n e y but the record shows Hope placed in the first division. Affirmative d e b a t e r s Clinton H a r rison a n d A n d r e w Veldhuis won 4 out of 5 debates, a s did J e a n n e t t e R y l a a r s d a m and Vivian Tardiff on the negative. Gordon Girod and Daniel F y l s t r a , negative, Corrine Poole and B e t t y S m i t h , affirmative, and J o h n H a i n s a n d J o h n Westhof, negative, each won 2 o u t of 3 decisions. Girod debated once with Veldhuis and twice w i t h Miss Pool f o r 2 wins a n d 3 t r i e s . Hope scored wins over t e a m s f r o m o u t s t a n d i n g schools such a s Illinois N o r m a l , Denison U., N o t r e Dame, last y e a r ' s w i n n e r s ; U . of Cincinnati, I n d i a n a U. and o t h e r l a r g e schools. Prof. William Schrier and Prof. Clarence DeGraaf accompanied the teams and served a s judges in other divisions of the tournament -This was the only overnight trip of the current debate season and concludes the year f o r most df the squads. Freshmen debaters will compete in t h e Kalamazoo Invitational Tournament on March 17.


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February 25. J CI.U A"Early last Wednesday morning t h e wailing sound of the Air Raid sirens pierced t h r o u g h the night air above the souna of the high wind t h a t was blowing at 2:23 A . M . DaviL Gunn, W e s t m o n t ' s air raid 'warden' happened to be stirring about when the alarm was sounded. Grabbing hiL flashlight and ring of keys, he rushed out into t h e n.ghl under a heavy overcoat to do h b duly. T h e a r m y lightt h a t usually b u r n all n i g h t f o r protection and saiety were soon turned off and W e s t m o n t was blacked out 100 percent. Soon t h e long fingers of light f r o m the powerful Aiiny searchlights began poking about the clear, moonlit sky searching for t h e enemy t h a t was near. At about 3:10, more than twenty of these fingers in t h e night converged on a single point in the sky bringing into sight several planes Hying high over southwest Los Angelco. Soon t h e antia i r c r a f t batteries went into action and s e v e r a l projectilities could be seen bursting in the sky, apparently short of their

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In o t h e r words, we'll do it in t h e "good old American w a y . " A g a i n , we m u s t b u r r o w to t h e very r oot s of t h e difficulty, a n d i ao not mean t h e d e p r a v i t y of 4 iu..i-n n a t u r e . I truiy believe t h a . you a r e correct on t h a t score, Proi'. Weirners, but I j u s t a m not a big enough man to c h a n g e h u m a n n a t u r e , not in one life time, a n y way. Incorporation A Solution Nevertheless, one plausible solution ( a n J we a r e willing to a g r e e v/ith o u r opponents t h a t our p r o posal is not a p a n a c e a capable of extension to t h e cure of s n a k e bite a n d r h e u m a t i s m ) is t h a t of incorporation. As t h o r o u g h l y A m e r i c a n a s the Jesire f o r a dollar above the love of a woman, ( m y love life is prog r e s s i n g smoothly, t h a n k y o u ) , a s much a p a r t of t h e A m e r i c a n system as the hitch-hikers t h u m b (don't you d a r e accuse me of being a communist. I own a car with i o u r pe r f e c t l y good t i r e s ) , the corporation as applied to unionism a p p a r e n t l y a p p r o a c h e s m o r e closeiy to an u l t i m a t e , s a t i s f a c t o r y solution of the problem t h a n any o t h e r

Thirteen s i m u l t a n e o u s s t r i k e s in means a t hand. the West Coast a i r c r a f t industries. E x p l a n a t i o n s In Next Issue The Chicago T r i b u n e r e p o r t s one ktNCE PORItRHow will incorporation be apSTEAKS/ million man hours lost in foundries plied to unions? How will incorand other defense i ndust r i e s about poration meet the needs of the A n o t h e r class makes the news | the city^ F o u r s t r i k e s in t h r e e days w o r k i n g man and the A m e r i c a n Mrs Snow's solfeggio class a t the Ford River Rouge plant. The public a t l a r g e ? Why w a s J o h n combined d u t y with pleasure and F i r e s t o n e Rubber Company is a t a Hains t h r o w n into a m u d - p u d d l e munched d o u g h n u t s en masse one standstill. With millions of A m e n one night last w e e k ? All t h e s e am last week. Quite a p a r t y , I can boys e n d a n g e r i n g their lives a t questions and many more of a a n d ' t h e " moral to t h a t is, support twenty-one dollars a month, democ.U /<i ni..K w M o n t o i i v Hmio-h- racy d e m a n d s t h a t no one group similar n a t u r e will be a n s w e r e d in nuts a r e permissible in t h e ' l i h r a r y , shall be e x e m p t f r o m relative sarri- , t h 2 next t h r i l l i n g ^ t a l l m e n t but cream l u n c h e s , Mr. Van Wieren, U c e s , but though t h e end in view j " M a r y Hogan and the Rose. .. is certain, the a n s w e r to the prob- • are out: , . • , ^. . lem is not a simple one. We didn't say a t h i n g \shep , ^ • Harrison had chicken-pox, a few T h e simplest method of gaining weeks back, but when Baas, the » unified policy would a p p e a r to be J v n a m o kid, is sent home with ^ e absolute c u r t a i l m e n t of labor measles, we can only ask ag- activity, but t h a t method immedi- r i e v e lly " W h a t is this, a kinder- ately smacks of t o t a l i t a r i a n s t r a t 'Mrten " We don't know why t h a t I egy. The American people. we hope, would never sanction the loss remin b us of basketball, but we game, at home, by d e f a u l t , of the very hear that a f t e r the Kaz00 ^ basketball t e a m enjoyed hot principle f o r which we are fighting blissfully ignoring three abroad. A suitable answer, then, 23 E. 8th Street Inust dove-tail into our component H ( ) p e ehiekens who waited in chilly system of democratic institutions. i n ( l i ^ n a t i ( ) n outside in the car. third floor, right N e w s from the

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W A L , Board Plans a Month Full of Activities For March Visit of Dr. Bernefa Bloc, Skating Party and League Elections Scheduled A g r o u p of two hundred faculty, contestants and coaches of t h e oratorical contest, and s t u d e n t s enjoyed a tea held in Voorhees Hall last Friday. This social function was one of the many activities sponsored by the Women's Activities league of our campus. Donna Eby, with the help of her committee, Mary Blair, Melba Dings, Florence Bouwens and B a r b a r a Van Volkenburgh, was in charge of t h e tea. The coeds of Hope will again have the opportunity to hear Dr. Berneta Bloc of the Health Department of Michigan. Because of Dr. Bloc's u n d e r s t a n d ing of the problems of a college girl, she has been asked to make a r e t u r n e n g a g e m e n t a f t e r her helpful speeches of last year. She will speak on March 26 concerning the relationship of w a r and the life of America's women. On the following day she will have individual conferences with any one desirous of such an a p p o i n t m e n t . S k a t i n g P a r t y , March 27 The annual s k a t i n g p a r t y of W A L will be held on March 27 at the North Shore s k a t i n g rink. T h e r e will be a p r o g r a m under the direction of B a r b a r a Folensbee and Donna Eby. Ruth S t e g e n g a and Beth Marcus will t a k e care of the booths and g a m e s which will take place in the b a s e m e n t of the rink. T h e girls will ag ain ask f o r the dates, m a k i n g this a f f a i r a "Dutch T r e a t Activity." Tickets will cost 36 cents plus 4 cents tax. Marian Sandee will t a k e care of n o t i f y i n g the campus of any more details concerning this f e a t u r e activity. May Day may ag ain be one of the s p r i n g holidays of Hope, it was reported a f t e r the facu lty meeting held last S a t u r d a y morning. If the W A L board can offer a more acceptable method of choosing the queen and her court, the faculty will waive objection to the election. May 8 or May 15 will be the date and Nola Nies is general c h a i r m a n .

Borgman Reports On "The Mound Builders" P r e s i d e n t A r t Wicks opened the r e g u l a r l i t e r a r y meeting of the E m e r s o n i a n f r a t e r n i t y on T h u r s day, March 5. The m e e t i n g was t u r n e d over to A1 Winney, who acted a s m a s t e r - of - ceremonies. Kieth S o d e r b u r g c o n d u c t e d a spirited song service accompanied on the piano by J o h n Kleis. A1 B o r g m a n presented the serious n u m b e r in a r e p o r t on " T h e M o u n d Builders," in which he t r a c e d the little known history and c u l t u r e of those m y s t e r i o u s people who f o r m e r l y inhabited t h i s cont i n e n t . Several s p e c i a l musical selections were given by a vocal octette. Bill Vlieger contributed the humorous recitation, " F i s h e r m a n ' s Luck," for the a m u s e m e n t of those present. Don De Fouw gave the m a s t e r critic's r e p o r t on the meeting. Following a s h o r t intermission the g r o u p assembled f o r a short business meeting.

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" W a l l - e t be g j o d ? " Wall-et w a s good! Billiolds w^re the theme of the Dorian meeting of T h u r s d a y , March 5. T h e clever p r o g r a m s , designed by M a r i a n Sandee, were in the shape of wallets with candyMiss Morrell Webber coins and greenbacks upon which Announces Engagement the order of the evening was written. To Sorority Sisters "Riches U n t o l d " were the devoS i b y l l i n e f r e s h m e n lost several cheers. tions led by F a n n i e De Kleine. The humorous reading by Louise Essentheir freedom a t 7:00 Friday, Cosmo Jim B a a r ' s serious paper, b u r g was entitled "A Duck F l a p s March 6, when auctioneer Jan " T h e College and the W a r , " dealt Her Bill." Betty Mulder's renArnold sold them into slavery with the new accelerated program dition of "01' Man R i v e r " was b r o u g h t about in the nation's called "Money Notes." The serious to the upperclassmen. This im- schools because of the w a r situa- paper, announced as "A Little portant business finished, Sibs tion. J i m discussed the a d v a n t a g e s Change," w a s Polly N a a s ' contriand the d e t r i m e n t s of the plan. bution. turned to their r e g u l a r meeting. Special music w a s offered by CosAfter g r o u p singing refreshThe p r o g r a m of the evening was mos Everett, Overway, Dykstra, ments of chocolate E a s t e r bunniei in charge of Morrell Webber, who Smith, and Morgan, with F r a t e r were served. took the o p p o r t u n i t y to announce Van Dyke at t h e keyboard. They

With Cosmo Bud Morgan swinging the baton, the Cosm o - F r a t e r joint meeting began a t seven-thirty on Thursday, F e b r u a r y 26, at the Cosmo House. F r a t e r A1 Rypstra then demonstrated his professional ability by leading in

Sorosis f r e s h m e n and new mem- officially to the society, her enbars displayed their t a l e n t s for g a g e m e n t to Bob Swart. Doris u p p e r c l a s s m e n T h u r s d a y evening, Bettes read Scripture, the provMarch 5, when under the leadership of J a n e t Bogart, they pre- e r b s of the v i r t u o u s woman, and sented the t r a d i t i o n a l f r e s h m a n Doris Van Hoven s a n g " i h e Lord's p r o g r a m . Opening number on the P r a y e r " by Mellotti. Then as the dials of the tiny black telephone society harmonized on old love p r o g r a m s w a s devotions led by songs, with a solo by an honored alumna, Bertha Vis, Morrie served Phyllis Pelgrim. Seriousness was injected into the r e f r e s h m e n t s . While Sibs sipped p r o g r a m by J e a n ShifTner with her ginger-ale, Morrie read a charmp a p e r on the p a r t of the telephone ing senior paper entitled, "A Newin the p r e s e n t war. B a r b a r a Taze- L i g h t ; " Mary Blair sang "Ich l a a r f u r n i s h e d the " C u l t u : e " by Liebe Dich," by CJrieg; and J a n e playing B r a h m s ' "Viennese Mel- Mac Donald read several of Mrs. Browning's love sonnets. ody" a s a piano solo. " P a r t y Line" was a humorous Lileeth Brouwer was m a s t e r skit presented under the direction critic of the m e e t i n g which closed of Mildred T i m m e r . saucy s w i t c h - j with the singing of Sibylline and board o p e r a t o r . Also t a k i n g part | college songs. n the conversations which kept | the wires b u r n i n g were Phyllis Pelgrim, Mary Elizabeth Aldrich, WE HAVE J a n e t Bogart, and B a r b a r a Van Volkenburgh. The Place Following t h e s i n g i n g of the The Service Sorosis songs, Mary Aldrich, repreThe Food senting new members, presented the society with a new floor lamp for the sorority room. Punch and cookies were enjoyed at the close of the meeting.

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as she has seen them carried out in her missionary work in China. Mrs. Poppen's talk was followed by a duet, "I Would be T r u e , " sung by M a r j o r i e Brouwer and Rose Winstrom, again accompanied by Miss E m e r y .

Clephen Foster and his life was tl e basis f o r the T h e s a u r i a n meeting last T h u r s d a y , March 5. The p r j g r a i . i opened w.th a humorous solecuon entitled " S h e e t Music," by i . l j iel M a c k e p r a n g , Genevieve Hussies and Josephine Fitz. A . ho; t biography of F o s t e r ' s life by | Constance Scholten followed. I A poem w r i t t e n about the com | pos-r by T h e s a u r i a n J e a n Vandei \ \ e g e was lead by Josephine Fitz. Adelaide \\ and.-cheer then played several piano selections from Fos ter's works. This p a r t of the meeting was d r a w n to a close by g r o u p The ceremony was followed by singing of Stephen Foster favor- an inspirational message from Mrs. it^s. Afte.- a short business meet John Kempers, Delphian a l u m n a ng the g r o u p a d j o u i n e d . and missionary to Mexico. T h e meeting closed with the s i n g i n g of the Delphi song. F r e s h m a n initiated were Connie Crawford, Peggy Cross, Jane Smies, J u n e Pyle, Betty Kamps, Bernice Klassen, Irene Lundie, Anna Ruth Poppen, Marie Steketee and Arlvne Voorhorst.

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The Delphi sorority held its f o r m a l initiation Monday evening, March 2 in the parlors of T h i r d R e f o r m e d Church. In the program preceding the ceremony, M a r j o r i e Brouwer sang "Lullaby" accompanied by M a r j o r i e Emery. Mrs Henry Poppen, Delphian alumna, spoke on ideals as standards of Delphi

The formal initiation ceremony was carried out as the seniors, wearing black robes, stood behind a table on which the Bible was placed. F r e s h m a n pledges, dressed in white formals, were escorted to their places by the seniors. Each girl repeated the oath administered by the vice-president, Eleanor Dalman, then signed her name in the s e c r e t a r y ' s book, directed by secretary, Ruth Houmes. They lighted c a n d l e s representing wholesomeness and friendship, were presented with a daffodil boutonniere and were welcomed as Delphians by President Beth Marcus. A f t e r all had taken the oath, alumnae and active m e m b e r s repeated the Delphi creed.

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P e t . to ask you to bowl at 2 g a m e s for Hinga's powerful team. 4 0 1.00(1 l>Hin;herty'K Ti^erH 20 i n s t e a d of t h e 15 you paid beD u r i n g the first five m i n u t e s Brouwer'n WolverineH 1 .*50 Rameau'H WildcHU 2 .600 f o r e . I t ' s still a reduced r a t e so n e i t h e r t e a m could find t h e hoop •> 3 .400 MorKmHu'H Lions Kamp's Panthern 1 3 .250 let's h a v e just a s m a n y out. w i t h a n y r e g u l a r i t y . T h e n , with Kremer'H BearH 0 4 .000 t h e s c o r e 7-5 in t h e i r f a v o r , t h e Volleyball which is a fine s p o r t And t h e n T e n n i s — If t h i s swell D u t c h m e n woke up a n d s t a r t e d to A t h r i l l i n g second-half s p l u r g e W i t h s p r i n g j u s t a r o u n d t h e — a w , no kidding, it is. M a y b e you w e a t h e r k e e p s up we'll be out on p o u r in t h e p o i n t s . In no t i m e at b r o u g h t H o p e ' s b a s k e t b a l l season c o r n e r . Coach A r e n d s h o r s t h a s d o n ' t like it b e c a u s e t h e r e isn't the o u t d o o r c o u r t s in no t i m e . In all t h e s c o r e w a s 14-5. S u b s t i t u to a s u c c e s s f u l close a s t h e ' ) u t ( ^ | s t a r t e ( i o r g a n i z i n g his t e n n i s t e a m , a s much a c t i o n a s in Hb. Could the m e a n t i m e , now t h a t the b a s k e t w h i p p e d Kazoo The f e l l o w , j T h e ^ . ( ) b w a s t ( ) find s ( ) m e be. Hut it's a g a m e which re- ball s e a s o n is o v e r , we m a y h a v e tions did not slow up t h e a t t a c k . really showed w h a t stuff t h e y a i v c a s h . q u i r e s a lot of c o o p e r a t i o n with two a f t e r n o o n s in t h e g y m a n d K l e i n j a n s , V i s s e r , Van W i e r e n , a n d C o n s e q u e n t l y , all ardent Van Dis w e r e t h e big g u n s while m a d e of by s p o t t i n g the H o r n e t s t e n n i s t s h a v e been c a n d y , g u m a n d o t h e r t e a m m e m b e r s , and it can be we'll need 'm a c c o r d i n g to J e a n . a c o m m a n d i n g lead and t h e n putthrilling as b a s k e t b a l l . So One a f t e r n o o n will be d e v o t e d to M u l d e r s p e n t m o s t of his t i m e set" I ' a d d l e - T o p " s a l e s m e n at t h e a s t i n g u p b a s k e t s . In t h e m e a n t i m e t i n g on e n o u g h p r e s s u r e to e m e r g e a r m o r y . T h e w a r d o e s n ' t seem C ' m o n out. A f t e r t h e f e w w e e k s the k i d s , who h a v e n e v e r p l a y e d A d r i a n had scored e n o u g h p o i n t s to victorious. to have " p i n c h e d the p o c k e t b o o k s " d e v o t e d to volleyball, a c t i v i t y will b e f o r e but do w a n t to l e a r n . T h e o t h e r will be used t o t r a i n all you m a k e t h e s c o r e 2H-1T at t h e half. Hope s t a r t e d v e r y slowly a n d be- b e c a u s e t h e c u s t o d i a n of the c a s h . begin in the Indoor line until it's w a r m In t h e second half V a n d e n b e r g prospective team members for the f o r e t h e y knew it Kazoo w a s a h e a d Hill T a p o a n . s a y s t h e p r o c e e d s e : enough for i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e g a m e s we play c a m e to life a n d g a r n e r e d himself 10-::. T h e H o r n e t s w e r e led by ceed las v e a r ' s . S o f t b a l l out in t h e p r a c t i c e field. each s p r i n g . M a y b e we w o n ' t be t h i r t e e n p o i m s . W i t h V i s s e r and t h e i r c a p t a i n , ( l i l m a n , and a brilA surprisingly large number Hut t h i s is a bit priori and we able to go as f a r t h i s y e a r but do D a l m a n also d o i n g t h e i r bit. Hope liant F r e s h m a n n a m e d J a k e w a y . have expressed a desire to tryout h a v e no d e t a i l s to lay on t h e t a b l e — do c o m e o u t ; e v e r y b o d y p l a y s ran t h e score t o Adrian With V a n d e n b e r g s h o w i n g t h e w a y f o r the t e a m . A m o n g t h e f o u r t e e n yet. rallied but to no a v a i l . T h e rewith e i g h t p o i n t s Hope c a m e back t e n n i s in the s p r i n g — i f you c a n that have reported to Coach ArendN O T I C E : All you K e g l e r s I s e r v e s , with H i g g s and Van Dort and with t h r e e m i n u t e s r e m a i n i n g call it t h a t . shorst are three veterans. Howard in t h e half the s c o r e board r e a d : d o i n g t h e s p a r k p l u g g i n g . had no H o e k j e . Hill T a p p a n a n d J a c k i e Kazoo 21 Hope 1!'. A set shot t r o u b l e k e e p i n g t h e ^ a m e in t h e T o d a y ' s S p o r t - I ' a g e is unHaas. For T h a t S a t i s f i e d F e e l i n g and f r e e t h r o w by K e c h n e r put t h e proverbial bag. der t h e d i r e c t i o n of R o g e r Coach h a s s t a t e d t h a t a i a meetTry a Sandwich or a H o r n e t s five p o i n t s a h e a d . V a n d e n K o e p p e . c a n d i d a t e for t h e When four minutes remained. Complete Dinner at the b e r g ' s s p e c t a c u l a r field goal m a d e ing of the c o a c h e s it w a s decided S p o r t s e d i t o r s h i p of next C o a c h H i n g a sent t h e five s e n i o r s t h a t t h e MIA A c h a m p i o n would the score 24-21 at t h e half. year. into t h e g a m e as a unit. N e e d l e s s be d e t e r m i n e d e n t i r e l y by the reto s a y they received a well deA p p a r e n t l y all t h e boys needed s u l t s of the a n n u a l s p r i n g field s erved ovation. These seniors an-: was a " f i f t e e n m i n u t e i n t e r m i s d a y . Dual m e e t s will not c o u n t . sion." S h o r t l y a f t e r the half Hope C o - C a p t a i n s Van W i e r e n a n d VanT h i s would seem to g i v e v vellg r a b b e d t h e lead a n d n e v e r t r a i l e d d e n b e r g , V i s s e r . Haas, a n d N e w e n b a l a n c e d t e a m s at l e a s t some red u r i n g t h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e g a m e . dorp. Appropriately enough, two P H O T O a n d G I F T S H O P m o t e c h a n c e of d e f e a t i n g m i g h t y H o w e v e r . Kazoo kept fighting and s e n i o r s . V a n d e n b e r g a n d V i s s e r led Kazoo. T h e final decision, how10 EAST E I G H T H STREET with ten m i n u t e s l e f t , m a n a g e d to H o p e ' s s c o r i n g with L'i a n d 11 e v e r . r e s t s w i t h t h e b o a r d of directie the s c o r e at ."l!' all. T h e n Hope points respectively. Kodaks and K o d a k Finishing, t o r s , which p l a n s to m e e t soon. showed w h y it is c o n s i d e r e d such a If t h i s rule c o m e s into e f f e c t . H o p e Framing and Gifts d a n g e r o u s o p p o n e n t . Led by Kleinwill schedule m o r e m a t c h e s w i t h D e Vette Appointed J a n s a n d M u l d e r , w h o did s o m e able HOLLAND. MICHIGAN s u b b i n g f o r V a n d e n b e r g w h o had n e a r b y schools and e l i m i n a t e t h e Russell DeVette. freshman left via t h e f o u r p e r s o n a l r o u t e , long t r e k s to A l m a and A d r i a n . f r o m M u s k e g o n , w a s a ppointed Kvery real t e n n i s a d d i c t should the H i n g a m e n s w i s h e d t h r o u g h 11 last n i g h t by t h e S t u d e n t Counpoints while h o l d i n g Kazoo to 1. be c r o s s i n g his f i n g e r s a n d h o p i n g T h a t put t h e g a m e on ice a n d re- t h a t Uncle S a m will l e a v e e n o u g h cil t o t h e M1AA A t h l e t i c B o a r d . s e r v e s finished it f o r both s q u a d s . r u b b e r f o r t e n n i s balls. He will succeed W i l l i a m T a p p a n " F , t z " a n d " K e n n y " l e d Hope'.w h o h a s s e r v e d as H o p e ' s s t u s c o r i n g w i t h 1"! a n d 11 p o i n t s , re- s q u a d with d e n t r e p r e s e n t a t i v e on t h e b o a r d I 1 p o i n t s . \v b i l e s p e c t i v e l y . ( l i l m a n m a d e n i n e nut for three years. S j a a r d a a n d H o e r s m a tallied 1 of a possible eleven f r e e - t h r o w D e V e t t e h a s been e s p e c i a l l y and as a result w a s K a z o o ' s lead- j e a c ^ ^ o r l()sersp r o m i n e n t on t h e b a s k e t b a l l ing point g e t t e r w i t h l'i. floor, p l a y i n g as a f r e s h m a n In t h e p r e l i m i n a r y , t h e Hope w i t h the v a r s i t y s q u a d . He hails " I P s q u a d d e f e a t e d the Keppel f r o m Muskegon S e n i o r high and S o n s five. .'*2-2* in a close S U I T S $23.50 up school w h e r e he w a s s t a r and g a m e m a r k e d by s o m e good basc a p t a i n of t h e b a s k e t b a l l t e a m . The Tailor STYLE ketball. Hoots Kowan led the " H " 191/2 W e s t 8th Street 4 s c o o p s of Y o n l t e r ' s 2 B

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By E. E . K l a a r e n L a s t n i g h t ' s tiff b e t w e e n D's T i g e r s and B r o u w e r ' s W o l v e r i n e s will h a v e decided e i t h e r of t w o t h i n g s : 1. It'll h a v e m a d e t h e T i g e r s the L e a g u e c h a m p s (I h o p e ) or 2. It'll h a v e put t h e t w o t e a m s in a t i e set up f o r first place. In any c a s e , t h e w i n n e r will play a picked a l l - s t a r t e a m t h e f o l l o w i n g week. T h e s t a n d i n g s a t t h i s w r i t ing a r e :

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The i n t e r - f r a t e r n i t y basketball l e a g u e r e s e m b l e s t h e Ml A A in t h a t it h a s b e c o m e a t w o t e a m race. T h e t r i u m p h of t h e F r a t e r s over t h e C o s m o s 3(5-18 placed t h e m in a tie w i t h the p r e v i o u s l y unbeaten C o s m o s . Since n e i t h e r t e a m h a s to f a c e a t o u g h o p p o n e n t d u r ing t h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e s e a s o n , a playoff s e e m s e m i n e n t . T h r e e new f a c e s w e r e seen in t h e F r a t e r ( osmos tussle. George Slager played h i s first g a m e f o r t h e Cosmos and A r t T i m m e r and V e r n e H o e r s m a p r o v e d to be v a l u a b l e a d d i t i o n s , t o t h e F r a t e r five. H o e r s m a w a s the d i f f e r e n c e be, tween the two teams. Every time , the g o i n g got t o u g h he s w i s h e d ! one. Also he broke up m a n y of t h e C o s m o ' s p l a y s b e f o r e t h e y could , get s t a r t e d . In f a i r n e s s to t h e 1 losers it should be said t h a t t h e y s e e m e d t o be off f o r m , e s p e c i a l l y j on t h e i r s h o t s . T h a t playoff g a m e . s h o u l d be w o r t h w a t c h i n g !

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