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I]ol'e 18 high Mtall(\o,,1 of nr~Jo!y WR3 ollDlirnbly mainlained nnd rniaed by hrr rCl'r08e ntalil'~ at tho Tenlh 4-)19UIII .. lr.1 Milt,,, "I 'J1rillg in DrlJlhi, " rOS holten, Luidens tuld Steg, m:a.n FlnQ Stil! Opposition. FUpse, Vor rman and ,, ' Conte,,1 of the ~I h' higan Veacc Oratormnul'c 01111 U 8hl..'\\'(,:-1 'rh l' rOlUnu r(' 11l.'Mulder Turn t ho Trlt k Agamst Baptlats Here: Compulsory Ai bll(·a: , A .... dnlloll, 1,,'1,1 ~t ypsilantI la. t ~ou In ~ t ~u tltUl(' r . 111111 111(' ~h {l\\(l r III~k tration i. the Bone of Contention t'riila~' e"ellillg. It requ rrd a filllvfr.' plan' Ill st 'rUt'ttl l:,,\' (' \'I'71i1l~ ti t thl' h" lIt l' ity Illall tn .n8t l:1/ !lrst ' hollors trorn At Home' At Hilladalo uf .I 014it' Bt·H , ill hllllOr of Alllf'lill )h'lI Koster, nlltl th nl WOH oono by bul n ning, II 'nlllul') (jllmperM, I'r(l~i l(ll11 of th t' Frill:l ," Ultlrnill~ of Ill st \\' (\t'k n I':lrt,\· very l!)osc margin," I n s llit~ uf th e , I hllil iul!" wilh whit'!1 AIII l'ril'O II Fccl('rn ton of Lnhor, Thurs· of fUll t !ton rlll·,1 11 I :tlr~ ll nt'lueth' trni l:. Dume ~ntur(' grl't'h~ 11 tht' l·\'t.' uf, n long J. OIarenrc I'on lon of Ihe ~Ji c higou tltt,\', ,l(1I·1nrecl hr Is in (u \' or ftf ,'olUIHlb,. Th ry \\ {' fl' II Ih'l)utillg t (,lI m I'IHl~igtill~ :i ul' of wnlkillg' Illllhrt'lln State Xormal College woi~ flrst !peake~ nS('(,IHINI on' ~cr\'ii' e-l)U tll lu ilitnry a nd iudus- of Wu:tl'r ~~'I1" : l en, Z('unM Ln itlclI s un ll wilh tile subjel'l, "A Mi :itRnt I'oa<:e." Jo~ il"s Idt'ps uUII SOIlIl ",u s tr:lll ~for ltlr I tri:.l.'· " Titll tli ri4l' ldguith'nllt worlls, PUl'l Str)l'l'lIlnu, R" ('OIll)lIll1irtl h,\' th('iI' Declnrillg ulI'olltrolh;(T tOri'!.' 10 hal'u in to n I'rowd ot \\'(' t hili hupl'.'· Delph i;(" II"otrii iu the rinnlllrn ll1 nti.' III Olllenl of Imluogrr, hlplllil,v unklluwlI, :tliu:i 1"ett'I' oefn 0 fuilure, nnll the eause of at rugAs we gutht.·retl "hont the rOlliatllrs Ilud n'hultn: , HOI'("g pru t ngu llist l'oll t' hul('(1 oll per, Tht.,y Iwi,I tllt.'y \\It'rt' \~ lIIho r k ­ snng our Delphi sung, \ \' t' \\'('r(l 11Inl\ (' gles between illdh' iduals, clnns, tribed,. , the ,1<.hlll. helw('en IT npf '"lfl Kaluma illg for JliIl.".le wi,h th r IIVOWI'II inll',,- ilion' lIIillriflll of Ihe Iru lh thn t woter stnte! nlld no lions and eonsigning' wa r " 7.00 Colleg(" , holll Inst Fritlu y night ill ti llll of bringillg hlll·k a Mitl. of "".1111 , 10 oblhion, as rhe world 11I0ves ! o'r war.l, IIlw"~'s e'·"pornte., hul Delphi "piril.- WIII."IM Chnpel. The Iluesl ion-as re",1 " ul nlu8, OIOI'k, Ihe reJlort ill thol never. he ndvoeated an "overwhelming-league Estflle, our lall, fllir le'l/lfr ltv }I a\'or "Rnlh'n,lui ~: I I R ('~ol\'e(l , thnt t hey not olll~' tnilrtt til ME'I' l1 rr th,' UU N'I", of force, . ubject to Ihe orders of an illnro nllil with lo\'ing wonls .whi ch 1'~pitnJ' nnll :nhur shuul ll ~ublU i l tu com- but logt til l'iI' !wn: p!4 in the frn~', terna ti onal tribu nnl, and 8upJlorted by I"cathell Ihf sell l illlfulo of n:1 Drlphi, • pU:Mor~' nrhitrntioll h,\' fri\rrnl Inw 3S 'I DtH' t o t he (lfti f' iIHH',\- nn(l \'ijCilullj'(I ,or flresrlltell Alllelio with " lorgr ,kill, the public eonacienee of tbe world." . Ed Jtorter means of setti illg all lli'pu tes whit'll uf- thf lIIollager, t hu Irio were .te.retl b" fmbelli.hed with thf gold Delph i aenl. Don M . Dailey followed with ' the orA--~--- - --------fel'! Pllhlir Utilitie.",-i. 0111' of vi t.1 all the ,Iallg,'r' Ihnt .wail the unwar:; . l' For ouvious reasolls It has not be. II tion, "America in tbe World···War." AI·.ompall~' i llg this gift n hooklet ilnporlnn t.~ nt th ~ pret'ent tiJlll', nncl ilH'hHlillg' thl' prison Rl1tiloritir'4 Ilt J a{' k, "ou taining Ihe DelJlhi Rnlogrnphs, dee me.1 odvisnble to iuue .n nnnual "Tho Iluestion of future war is at was hnndled hy enl'h rOll testanl ill ~ SOli. T o "voill Ihr lutler it W<I. lIe,'es- whith musl repre'flll u. ill Ihe Innd of regulnrly at Hope College." Such i. slake, " he deelared. "Europe as a romprehe ll si\'l~ nnrl illuminating mnn' sor,\' t o ,·hulIgt,.> )'I r, Luitlt.'n,,' IIA UH' t,l the tone of the to reword in THE MILE· whol e is in no position to think and a.. t the Aimalayaa. )1r, Linfi(,Ill't, hy wilit,lt II BIIU' hI;' wn ~ STONE of 1910. But had the e",bryo judidously, and, therefore It - bocomt~ II "r. .., A re,:u:nr program in (' hnrge of th ,.. Ti,e omrmnlh'"' nrgllm en t, IIllheld h." kllowlI t n the people of Hill .. lnle-n lld Juni or girls followell. TI le.,- "n IIN I ,'1 " A_ B. 's b ell blesHed with Ihe gift ot America's privllege not only, but opIl opn's deba ters, I)rt'l'cu t l'd n Iinr of ill ltl'i l (' of nOlo" • (' ho1tE'u 's 1'ltllllill .~ S1. Patrlrk . '" Iluy progrnlll. atll I \\'.:0 proph,',·y thfi rs would h.l'e been a dif- portunit)' and obliption, to show \,rgum"'n t t"mnrkaule tor itA unit." "o·t and hlllllimHIl' l rl'lnnrk ii th{', \ ' :!1II11etl i.l }~or obviuus reoson~, Europe what this war teaches." ,. .. .woulal Kurr ly a~rcl' with thrill I'f \\',. feren t story, -oh"rel, "e', the irresi.tahlf lonil' of rx· Jt ilt.d~lr in toler"hl. , gnot! hfallh an I I . I . Jam es Sbermerhorn, Jr., ot Ibe Un I.' , , , ~ wero to jlldge h.,· Ih e trlle IVII then, Ihe present sporlers of Iheir firat po. ition, eonl elltion nllll refulotion "piri l.. nnd pntho8 llispla~-ell. After IlIl' Y h•• 1 wis..lolll teelh hOl'e dfellled it advjsable vers lt~' of Michigan, was tbe thlr,j speaker. He delivered a strong "nJ rnaking n mnrkert i mpn'!'sitl ll UpOIl Shortl y hdon- n ','luI'k th(,\' "li lllbed diseu.sgeu thfl'ir pot ron sui nt, !('dllred on 10 issue n eollegr annual regularly. judges nnd audience. 'lay Flipse, ' 11, the hill 10 the Co:lego 'hopei ",hr,'" Irish potntno., nn,1 Kpell-houllt! "' :lI'it :, IlIIp rol'iug on the good points of la. t logical oration on, "Tbe Cotlrse of Em"China failed; Orleee wu in a. fo rcible, ineish'l' speee h po rtr3)' l'.J. th e ~01U1I4t wu~ to b~ ~tugt'll, nl1tl Juun.1 lIong Dnd 3tory . rC'llcJt'rl'11 in ('\'f'r,\' st,v:t', yenr '. 8plenlJid edit ion, and taking ad- pire." erushed, Rome fell, France ' crumbled, • presellt unhealthy industri al I·olld illoll., the nll,litoriull1 I' roll',lerl wilh r lllhll,i n. - thfY hught us hl'w 10 ki .. the Blnrney ,-uut.ge of thc few flaws madf, the showi ng . that a change was lI ecessar~' tic studeu ts, boll IIWU unll to·e·I.. Th.· Stone, 3ud, fnithl Our 10llgues wfre present sponsors ot The Milestone will the Oentral Powers and the -AUle. an: IUId dWrable,_ and_ roviJIJl l hAt exi«t- ClPPI!li ellma.""etl!. greele.d. wIt... No- "'ilM OT 1'1!~ IIle e"ellillg. issue 811 annual of firs qu lty--:-Aiid being cut to piecea-a I beC-atrse at un- ing means of cOlltrollillg labor d i, pul.~ plnllsr .s thr~' look their plal'e all 'hr The th inl pnrl of Iho mertillg II'n. Ihat t hat desired ond Dlay be attoined, limited arm~ force." "Peace baa ne,-. · wtre illeffectil'e to a largo extelli. I" "Intforlll. Wilb Professor 0 _ B. n e.',1 gCIIUill~ly Allleri con , for it denlt with the loyal support of all loyal llopeilcs or been maintained by armed toree." dew of theRe conditi ons, Arlhllr Voer- n. referee tho fight "'as bfg lln . politics: ill brief ,our Sprin!: lorlll ric,. i8 imperntil'e. The im mediate and fD - The .peaker pluded for a world empire lIlan. ' } • in n firm Dull (,nlphntir nrg'u. Th e qup~tinn for diseu,sion ren,l, t io n, nut it wns un iden l Al11eri l'l\u th \l8iasti~ slIpport of our plan. is nfeu- tbat ahatt go forward by the force uf ment, inl erspersed ol'ith or.tory nlld c,,;- " I!o.oh-fd, That 'npital and Labor fleot ioll, for nil ,·nnltlanle. "owed Ih•.,' sary 10 mnkf the work n distinct RUC- brotherhood, not by the force of arms. gram, alleged that ro mpulsory arbitrn· l.hou,,1 suhm ii to "Olll liulsory .rbitru- had nol stulTe.1 'hf bol:ol .hox. The It'l. efSs. Mr. Shermerhorn reeeived first plat n, tiOIl was pralicablf-ns it ha 'l RU'·I'o.,I- tlon by Federol Low 3S n nleans of s,'I · ler8 gO"e the f"lIowing reflort: tbereby lakiJIg a prue ot fitty dollars Sollleti mo ill the myati e future, feltow and having tho honor of representing ell in toreign eountri .. ill net unl opera - tlillg nil disputes "h i.·h elTerl Publ;' Berniee Jones-Presidellt. 1I0peites, when witey and yon and you Miehigan in the Inler.slate Contesl. tion-nnd th.t illou. trinl rOllditions ill Utilit ie •. " Marian Strui •.k-Vite Prf.idrllt. aud hubby sit in the gloomi ng hy Ih ~ the Unitod Siaies nl thf prr.rnl tilll f Thr .ftirlll.ti,·e wa. s... t. illd h~ " Organization or Detruetlon," was Agnes Krolller-Ser relar.,·. firesiol', Ihe Milestolle of 1917 ,,-m the 8ubject of tbe oration delivered by wore fa'-orable for its introd ucti,,". Bn.\ lIill.dll le alld the nejtnlil'(' hy 1I 0pe_ CY llthi. P ennings-Treo.urer. bring to ~'ou fond melllories of the P. A. Lanrence ot Albion Coli"", I'ause of these fn ets, lkrnie ~llIldor , ' IS, A. Ihe argulnelll W. R atil',,"ced a,d Hattie Vcr ~ eer-K. of A. scenes and aot i'·itie. of the campus Iffe "Poafo is born ot jnstife," ht .tatell, in te nt', villora,,! )thrtHl(,~ , l'idnrNl til ... th t' refu tation nlHtnfn c$l nr~t by Mouut Since the elfc lion~ 0111'.),9 bring ten· of your dny. Worth a doll.r anll halt "ant! no single power, but only an orAmeriean Jlublic Ilem Rnd illg n 011'1hO"I th.1I h." Seitz_nnll linatly b.1' ~li1l fr, th ,' sion Rnd expending of energy, our hOl•• or eompul,o r~- arbi t rn t ion. In (' onl'i/t,~ 11 01'(1 men rNtli lc~l tpnt th e state.ment tess re \'ived ou r WA sted ti!rt~lI~S with now, worth. lIIillioll then. Walch tor ganlzeu Coneert of Poweu-one that •• nlfllc., hf outlined the pla ll, ,, ",1 011 Ih e po.te .. , , . COllceued ' 0 he th.· ela borlile r.freshlllfIl18. The buzz 01 Ihe next big ~Iilestono Dny. shott includ e all the nation8 wbich no" Bernie Mulder, Pnhlicit~· . • ilfd spfl'ific inslonces in poillt. hf.t ,Icbll tillg teqlll 'ever pro,llIcod b~ ~ oDgratulat ory alld fllrewell remarks, possess stability-can (ilia ran tee the • Tlte nfgation, oonoposed of IIl1gh HiI:.dnle," woa 11 0 mere advertisillg a' wh ith ensued, was ample proof of tlu· equilibrium ot peace." ---:0:--Nral, IIi. hard Oostillg :."a Hnrold All ' gurnent. Th ei r ar!:Jlllent in brief wn ' elTrr ti v.ness of th is re.torath'e. At this The la8t .peaker was nQne lesa than drewH of Knl3mR1.00 'ollege, :trguNl, i,l Ull follows: Thi s go\'ullIn cn t WD <i tin (!, Our honored D(': phltc sisil'r, our Own Edward wilh bis sympathetic ' poin ts well 'ok ell , thai therr wa. II I founued with the avowed purpose of ill Amelia, th.llked the soc iety for its gifl, ery, " Let us hal'e Peace." We att ennrcl) of eo ," pl1 J l'40r~' arbitration, inns, · sllring domcstie trnn!IJlility nlHl promot and thell we realized still more our 101'1' joyed his oratio" lnat Thursday morn much ns (Ixist ing "on('ilintor~' mC'n!llur('S iug the genernl welfare of th t> ,'oun tr," And pride iu her who lCiI"et' our hall s 1'0 illg, and nre acquainted with his sound wl're !'f11't'e!'t~ful: th nt more e\' ih, thnll Th e tlllmcstie t,rnn(ll1ility unci th e ge nl'r, . SOOIl, onl1 our henrts sent .up a prayer Eat&bllsh Ollamplonablp ot Prep. In rfnaoniug when he deelared that, "Com• 11('IIefit.!l ·wou ltl (l risr iroUl ,'onll'ubur," .'al welfare are jcopnrdi7,l'U at Jlrl.'scll t h,' of Ihullk, for Delphi olld its idenls. Last Game of Beuon. mercial rivalry and military ambition, nriJitrntion, it IJeilig IlIl .AnH.'ric'Rn' the iDlpending rai:rond strike, At rr~;oI eulm inaling in jealous fear nd hatre1, -E. 0 ., '20 Dntl inimical Itl hot h I'npitnl nnll Inhor ellt th e federal gOI'Prnment h.. 110 nil --On the sixteellth dny of March, in Ihe ha.ve been ant! are the cauats of the in thnt Htrik l's werl' nil economic phost! thority to prevent it, 'but a compulsor,' is I.'rrcL'li\'e in preventing strikes, nomo· ~ . yen r 1917, th e closs of ' 17, defea ted, world 's greatest wars," and tbat every " nllly; nlld Iltllt it would lIot succ'eed ill ' arbitration law elTectillg public ulilith·, I~' the Can aoi"" loll'f,tigation Act. Thi; aod complelely swa mped , the clns. of means of proventing futuro wars will "PHlllioll. Th e." proposol] thnt tho ' WOUld gil'. the governmonl ou' hori t)' t .. ael has been 011 ulI'luolifi f.1 'UCCf •• fo r '1 , ill a game of baskftball. "~ be senseless and powe!)ea. " sc long a..! pre"'lIt Rllren .. of Lnbo r br .nlarged III ' proteet ilo citizens, Ihe fllll r iion fn ' the pnsl ten yenrs. rcali tcli as ne\'er befo re, It what the man, Ihe unit ot socioty, remaine unThe rebu tlnl wns . horp, clea n cut, anJ • • Mrop(' nlHI power, so OR to ht.·ro me em· wbi t' fl th e ~OVerDm e nt exists, if it K ex · etoss of ' 17 is ab le 10 110 if Ihey zo regeneroted." Ed. took eeeentl, thereby to the point, but in spi te of Ihe br ill ill,,1 drll t ill Ihc in"eolillolilln nll ,1 sflllf- iatenre can be juatifled. reeeiving a prize _ot twenly-five doHan, desire . work of 8choltfll, it wns ."illfn t thnt 1II~lIt of disputes. . The Elope mell w~re by no me311' and bfi ng olternate in the Inter-8tatp. • 'r he gallic ota rted with n rU8h, nnd The The nebol e lI'aM of fxtrrlllo IIIl erf' ! weaklings, and in the order or Stege. Ihe visitor. were outc lns. ed. Contest. Ed b~sted Hopo 9ne notch for ih orglllnentnth'e (,:CI'('lIell C'~', II nIl I mRn, 'Lnid('ns nnd Scholt en hrought :: Judges' llc{'ision WO! ullnnimomr for th J altho I h. " B '." workNI as Ihey ha1 blgher. Ho did it for HopeI no\'er worked "'dore, t hey were unnbl~ the uehDtfr. ,lid jIlSli"e to tllelll.e:ve. ' .trllng {'ase againsl Ih f quostian. Thf.' affirmation , B., '19_ The Hope ilion were 1I0t greatly .Iown- to "ou t ,luIS!" th e expcril:'nt.'ed and and 10 the ' Iursl ioll. KolamA'oo 's rep- ' argued Ihnt cq,lIIpu.sion io contrary t rfoell tlllil'es were plrasing in "OiCf 011 '1 the very n~lure -of nrbitration, nnd so1l1 cast bcrnusf of thcir dfffat, bul ex- apee(ly "A '8 " : MuUer was by lnr tho Y.)(, 0 ... "ppfarallrc, hul flop e's debaters were with Presitlf nl WilSOII, "."nu ("lRno: pressed Ih emsclves as fecling hOllo: e I star tor the I, 8 's", tossing those elouy overhnnd throw8 whi·h ar the objeet • !Despile Ihe rain lInd sleet thit made df('idfdly auprrio r ill t,/le presentatioll ~omllfl a mon 10 work ." II i. ill "iu' to be defenled by so worthy a foe. Hillsdale need not be ashamed th n: of the keenest ~lIvy of the Varsi ty fu esday night dark and liisall'eeable, o! nrglllll ellt nlld rfhuttol . The.,' de- ' Ilitioll of lh e .spirit of 'Alner;" 3n fre. serv. great .. edil for Iheir work. ' dOIll, nnd th e people wili ne,'cr acerpl she has never produced a beller debot· players_ It can be well wondered how tbe Y. M. room wu filled a8 u.ual. The refu latioll was to Ihf point, Ihe it. Tt is a fnilure in New Zfo lllnd 011 ing team, but . he lIlay be proud Ih.t the" A' mell withstood the ousla,ught Ernfst Vaader Busb ied lile meeting ot TOllY Yeeng., who by hie great and gave a tlllk 00, this topif, "In tbe 8alienl fealure8 of argu lllolI l attneke I Austrnlio, where it I,as been lried 01111 .he p~oduecI\ one 80 good. Hope is ,p artieular:y lortullate th.,t bravenellS ullmerd tull y ottaeked and days ot thy youth.'; Altho young hi wilh "ar~dllg sueees. II wa ' in Ihf where rOllditions arf most favorable , filial rebu tlnl thot R. ~IIII IIH, afler its sUI'cess: thfrefore --:e should lIol Scholten will be back again next yenr, pra lienlty annihilated Ihe "A's". Ted years, he !' Itot youthful In thoUiht, and gave an earne.t talk on Ihat fitting , . 'IUOtin g oulhoril~- in fO"or of hi. Ill.n, nllopl it. There is n piOIl, huwr"fr, Ih .l! for with th.is year's cxpcrienre at hi, Eetting manfully guarded hi~ POIt. "Heinie" was tbere with his usual subject. hock, he will make an in vincible deprfsented ill climolic ""uenee Ih e . eye, featuring in mug sltol.. Ja~k bater. Whell interviewed os 10 thn tluotation, slnled at the beginning of The open dl~uaalon W&l al,o mlgbty Ihi. arlit le, by an oUlherlty previously subsided, lisyor Vandersluis read, aft- reason for the defeat at Hilladah', Boone, the Ilh ope Jl of the " D's" was good. Every man who expressed a thot • rerognized h,v the negotioll u bei ng of er a tew psychologieal ptlusetJ, he de- tl Doe" &holtel1 slli't My, my, 1 fellt abaolut ely ullabl 10 ring tbe ball un- ~rot to light t~o tact that we have no 1er the excfllent guarding of ?olokma, right to waste tbe ~fst.part of OUr Ilf ~, IIreDI imporlanof_ Mr. Andrews ot Ka- ciaion ot the judges, Julce Perkin~ of .'y Fo rd slory did it. Yes, Ye8." Orand Rapids, Attorn-ey Clark ,of Zeewho followed him aa ol'er Ihe floor RO and thon ... .lfter Jears rIve to tb3 - R., '11_ '"00 nttemplel] to minimize the .trerl lalll\ , I ann Attorlley Sto.. of Allepn, ropillty thai "atar Boone'" ~' ",aa only Lord 8 IWOrtbJeta and worn-oat Ute of Ihis .tatemellt : was all8werNI, and , ' the audien re, a8Suret] of victory, broke all of whom deoitled ' in favor ot tht _.. Nevfr were Ihere greatfr opportuni- able 10 make one field ba.ket. But Jack Everybody ozpeela 10 be a OIIrittiau afttrmation a. uphehl by Hope Oollege. lies tor gelling on in the 'world than .aid it wa8n ' t bia fault, "and Jaek is aom. day, WIlT ,,~t give Iha ' Lord a into applause_ . -M., '19. an honora.blo maD." DOW. When the embrogliO ot words had u.eto) prHel1t "h\l~ 30U are about It I I.' .. • (1 '\ • EmbelliBhed With Delphi Soal

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The tow is 110 gentle animal, and ha, l.rge b!ue eyes. In Ihe sunllller sb,: full grass, lIood io Ihe winler she eats bay 8JId corD staLks. COWl is "ory geuerous. Tb ey give m,ilk, but milkmen ;sell it . If you want a tOW to give you milk, aU yo. need to have la a pull. A. calf is a baby C"IV. When Ibey wlIoat their ma tbey beller. I 'm ural'· er'n a calf, 'couae 1 don ' t cry ao mor~ when I want my lila. &me <,oh'es ar ~ lUlled and bave their hide tanned. l'u almoat kU:s me when he lIIns mine. &me cows luis got horos, nod SOUle haint ,ot none. Them whnt baint ~ called "mooUes. " Cows have borns 10 they can blow Ihem and tell yoo where they are. &me people 1 know an juat Uke COWl, 'clIouse Ihey're 1.1· blowing their own horn. AU COWl carty talla. & do most woo men. CoWl uso their tails to shoo lIies. When I lOt growed up 1 ' lIl going 10 wotlt ID' a blacksmith sbop and shoo filet .nd horae.. Cow. toils are big· ,er'D, IoDger'o, Ittalgbler 'n pig taih. - Tl_1D '. what OblDamen .....,ar what cal rail aod mice in Hangkow. 1 witbl I !Was 110 cow, 'cause then I Cows wouldn ' I blye 10 go to school. don't hve to go to school bee Oil'S they 've got tow·brains. & bas Jack Dalton. 1 'd rotber nleet a cow tban a woman, 'cause you don ' t have to take your ·bat off 10 a cow. I Uke COli'S, don't you' Joy Marinus Dosker, Rapid Fire Edito".

carefully. The bonor ~y~ te m is being agitnted und diseuisell 111 practically every sc bool iu the country today. It is pro ing II succou in ncnrly every place wbere tried, ond Hope College is certainly not on exception to this. The moet cooservatlve skeptic must admit that it .ertainly bos dealt 01 cribbing " tbe death blo,,' bere. 11. eontinue'J success will depeud on maintaiuiug Ihat high stoodaru of honor nnd honesty whi eh has \luW boen set. o

HOW ABOUT IT? in Ibe liiUadole·KalalllRZoo·Hope De· bating Triangle, the results sbow a com· plete reverlal ot tbe outcome of I.st year. We defented ,the Methodists at Hope lost year, but lost 10 tbem lut ~'ritlay night at llillsdale. We a ve nged lost year I deteat at Kalamazoo by 0 3·0 decision this year al bome. Next year we 're nft er both debntes.

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The ahove is tbe contribution of our Rapid }'ire Editor to tbe editorial col· ~ , UIDD: We had plaoneu to gil' e him full .cbarge this week, ·but he has informed .\1S that the preceding production has s~ " tued his mental copabililies tbal he has no lurther reserve on which to re· Consequently we are obliged to fill the zemaining gap ourselves.

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Ytiae Bod since wo must. we wi:!. Su lI'e'lI write on something we know Ih ~ tbe leas1 about. That 's bu.iness. BusIness is a pretty decent institu· tion after all. When you once get iuto It you are surpriaed to see how OlUCn of it depends 00 eonfideoee in SOOlconp elee ' • .vord. For instone., a bilsine'! man goes to a bank 10 borrow mon~;:. Tbe balde uks him lor a .ta tcmenl showing how ' Jtls blH!illess is gettin n along. On the strength of Ihot bare statemenl tbe book may lend that man a great many thousand. of dol:ors. Whatever busine s may sny about itaell or think about it.elf, it puts ) lot of dellendence oa honesty. Busi ue uilts 00 booe ty, and Ihat is the bc. t ..aet any person ean hal'e. And Ib,' belt pllee to cultivate thnt trait l right here. In .eboo!' That's th e big argumeut for the existence of an hono. system. We hlte to think of it 18 " preveative measure, as a netennry el'il, ".mething merely to reatrain a studen; from "cribbing." That's only one or ita natural aequeneCi. There is 0 hig. ger idea baek of the " 'ho:e thing, Dod that is thc cultlvltion 01 the trait of

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peaking of logom8chy, il .ee ms to us tbut the deuoter. t HOI'" are hard· ly reeeh'i ug tbe re<ogllition II'bkb Ibey deserve. Lost in Ibe moze of oratorical "ictories, we seem 10 lose sight ot eve rything else foreusic. Certain it is, too much pmi,e cnnnot be attributed to out or. tor., uut Iho debaters sbou:a come iu fur their full share. At Alma we understand el'e ry college clouoter re· ceives Olle credil, a lett er, on ~ a pin. Can't 11'0 eucouroge our debaters here by the best own I of nt least "'Ole rewa,,\ of merit!

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ha", lllita for abort _ . for t mea, for lon, Nil- for e'lery khul of IIpre. Ita DO trouble to ~ lit type from Olll wide range of V apeclalbed modell. We haYe gone to malren who han redoc:ed clothes. boUdlog to In euet ICleoct; 10 euct Mias EUznbeth Rellskera baa gone to tbat neryone'l _y to tit at thi. Itore. her home In Cedar O.ove for a fortCome In aDd," the new modell mlde oight to attend tbe wedding of her for. &,un llire YOUII. Come now and siiW......-------------H-=:ge:.:t~lrr=e;;::ra :::.t choice of the new models -uaDd flbrici. AI WDS Ilothered ' frOnt the picture or: tho College bulleUn board, Peter Coo· per haa breathed the lotoxltating fro · grnn re ot the matrimonial orange bios· IIOms. In a private interview, he told tbe reporter that on aeeouot of the db· astrous II'nr his marriage might be d ~· The Store That Sells . layed a short period of ten years. A Sodetll Brand Clothes little friendly advice frOID a friend b Ihis: II )'ou intend to marry that girl, Coop·er up tor safe keeping. -Thuroday afternooo the Student Vol· unt eer Bond nnjo)'ed 11 little spread aod social time at the Knick. Hall. The part~· was beld in honor of Amelia Men · ning who was a member of the Bond f b f Th t 01 or 0 num er 0 years. e nen , . tho not elaborat e, 11'88 one that no memo ber of that Band will forget in 0 life· time. If you wooder why the tudent Volunteer meetings are so Inll of in· terest and the members themselves dO full of ent husiasm, come to some of tbe . meetings on Friday afternoons, ,An,l The College .Drug you'll soon knrn t he reason. -:0:Coach Bealh met all the men inter, ested in trnck work last "'eek, and soys that if the men ""ill also hurry up, lI'e will hove a fioe track team. But we renlize this yeor as never before that STUDENTSj-The Economic Printinlt Co. has moved from 176 our tror k men must begin training Ea!lt 8th St. to the Van Der Veen Bld'i., :>4 West 8th St., over early it they wish to ful6H the expecta· the BOSTON RESTAURANT. I am UJIV centrally located for tion. of Coach Beath . your convenience and hope to 2et your business as before.

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Tuesday, from 5 till 7 0 'dock, tho ol~ Y. IV. O. A. cabinet entertaioed the girls of the oew cabioet, at luncheon, 10 the Dolpbi room. It was in the na ture of a get together meeting, aud the oew cabinet members were initiated into the work of the coming year.

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Hope sludents wef1l glad 10 welcome Jack ~Ioorc ot the Seulor Class, who By the time B man reaches Ibe status hal returned after a term 's absenco. of a college deboler, he hos survived and his sister, ]oUs. Fiorence, who i. gu· Ihe trials of two or Ihree e!imination ing to begin her !Work at Hope College. contests. Prepnrotioll Cur the intercol· - :0 :leginte dcuates demands more hari, Lost Wed nes']oy el'ening 11 Junior earnest and couscientious study. Th~n bunch porty was held at the home of consider, 100, tbat thelo teo DIS have MIss Marioo Von Dre.er, and el'ery' entrust ed to thoir coro to 0 lorge ex· body surely hod one glorions time. teul the OInking or Ihe un OInking of the -:0:Mias Amelia Menoing left Friday reooutotion of tbeir sc bool. Surely, these considerations demand some ree· largo crowd of students accompanied r noon for her bome io Archer, Towa. A ognition.- mo re al least than is gh'eo her to the train. Miss Menning will them at the present lime. return in June to graduate before lea\,. This opotbetic inclinntion toward ,je· ing for tbo foreign field. batiog, unl e~. (' hanKed, is " ound to result disostrously. The results of la. t ~'ear corroborate this statement. & Car

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dormitory Monday. Dod is at home in tbis year .we stand 50·50. This is not the rOOID formerly occupied by Mias a tondition witb wbich Hupe ought to be sotisfied. The reBults ot the two ;M;e;;o;n,;;in,;;g;.=========== eomin\: debates in April with Almn and and II eons" lost term, but the cbance. Olivel .nny illlprove or .Ieteriorate this aro tbat we're feeling better thau in record. We hope fer the best. times paat. One Ilti ng is 8ure,- Hope onght t o To·date not one r ose of cheoting bas 811'j ('UII eXl'oi in debote os well os in oratory. Why hasn't she of Int e' It beon reported to the llonor and there is many a man who would 1m· I, i. because interest i. waning. Debat mediately report any violation 01 the ing mu t receive a fresh in 'entive. And now rulea. With ' instru tora out at realiza tion of Ibis lie wilh tb e siuden t hearing, some of thOle who found them· body ns much n it d()(!. witb the A e· selvCl bucking n atone wall yietded to baters. the temptation to vodferously !Useuss ---:0:--the desirability of the retnrn of footWith fuur oration. in 'b e Peace Con ball, the undesirability of c()(!ducntion, test sU l,erier to nlt~' one urnl ion iu the nn!l other lUotters of equal importance, recent M. O. L., }lope baR come awny but of dishonesty there was " nory R with socond p!ace, yielding precedence bit. " on ly to the University of Michigon. AI· The Anchor most onthnsiastically ree, bion fini shed, 08 usunl, one place >below oOlJllends tbe ndoption of the honor . Hope. When it comes to oratory, we 8ystem in those colleges that, to s em to be the one unsurmountable ruug are rontemplat . our knowle(lge, in Albion 's ladder of elo('utionary fame. ing tbe step. The editor will be glad :0::--to moil a eopy of the Hope Honor Qode THE HONOR SY8'1'BlI to anyone intereste!\.

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Given a fnir trial during tYte examino· tion of losl week, the Honor System pro"ed an uuqualified .ueteSI. Aah most of the members of the boully di<l not even take the trouble to warn their cl ..ses that the much-debate,1 systen. was in fore e, the students conducted themseh-es in a manner befitting stu· denls of Rope. Porhipi some ot UI wbo use(l to PIIS our examinations wit!1 tar.Oung colora lIying took II flunk."

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I willlltudy and got ~~y and _yb~ my chance will eome.-Lhleoln. RoeeotJ1 complied' UDivenlty of ru· inois .latistlea tbvw that atuduu wIIo room aJono have mueh "Igber averaa' tohoIaJ61p thu odten.

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What Would 'Prof, NJImIl laJ'1 Doe, Oodfrey- " Wo used to have 0 Wo are proud of you all anll 11'0 tol · woman,' wblcb always bad her leuons." IUIY your careen wltb unabAtC!1 inter· -:f':PlIDty In the FrllbmaD Olau est. Prof. McOreary- (In Fresbmon B I· My townsmon ond tellow Alumnus , Dr. John VBllcler Meu:en, on~ of Ihe ble) - Lot 's hn vo n little better orcler III fi n t " ruit s of HOj>e's oratod.'nl eoreer, this elalS. We don ' t \yant to ras l out still goes on conqueri ng nn.1 to con· domons he.re. - : c;: qu or, In his coreer of ma le' hless . 10' Gu ... tile Aae of ThIa One (Iuenee, binding with Ihe spell of Il,ot Cooper, ( tellillg ·a bout 0 hold·up) ond wortl Alike, hundre llo of I he lleo".e All th o lI1ell usecl these smo:1 horae Ill.· of Ih is greAt ei l~' , Lord 's I b~' ofl er tols. Lord '. Day. P. Boker-Yo ll men n Colt revolve rft. LAY yo ur orAtoricol gifls ou th e AI· Cooper-Yes, thot '. whot I meou. tar ot 8 commou, human ser\,jf'e. u:-Colliribul e!l. IIvol e it os 0 meons 10 A d!!flllite en'l .

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Grip hnrel nil Ihe th ings belon ging 10 Out.(\oor Sport. th e whole coll ege CAreer, And muke It Have some one ask you what time it frnilful for Ih e servi.'e of GOlt ou,l is, on n eold winler lIighl , wben you man. Bnhr~iu, Arahin, nud Re,·. O~rril ,I . flo sholl Hupe oll"ln what Ihe }'a lh r .. have to take off your g love, ope II your P{,HJuu Jt~t '05" ot ~\HnnlI 1 ArablR , Iwho snw in n vision ofnr off J nllll you 01111 coat, unbutlon your short cont and ta ke ore bolh mls!lann"c! on furlough, arc' 1 will gnrner in tlu; han'eMt of Ih r off your swe. ter 10 get at your watch. , (Also) Inking lip n teu \\'('~kg' eour~(' of Ktud: ~ seed the\' hu \'(' sown in prnvcr n11'1 What's the Use? in Ihe 1\ cnllet1~· Scleool of )I is"iolls lit tea... . . He spe nt his days eluding germs, Hortto rtl, Coulleelil·ut. They .pe llt II A an o:c1or h rother, I bid nil you And 1I0t one bit him. t rw cia." . hrrc In . t week. young men aud women " OO(ISPCOll " iI' Then-so his epilaph nffirmsn I \V- :ol:-: "17 I" Ihe wnv of ever wid ell i ng nno deepen A street cor hit him, ne\' , A, 4 , nflls JUI N, ' ,on( WIIC~, " 0 I bl II

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l' CHARACTER A·NO ADVANTAGES Ao institution of the Reformed Churcb In America. Established, maiotained and eon· trolled by tbe cburcb. Open to all wbo desire a tborough PrtparatolY and College education. C~ducationaJ.

Cardul mpervlsion of the health and morals of tbe student&. Flourisbing YOUD~ Men'. and Young Women'. Cbrialiab Aaoda· tionl Literary Societiet for ·men aDd women School of MUJic- YocaI and ID' Itrumental, Pr!Jet. Scbolanblpa. ·

, Chri.tian but 1101 sectarian ons al'l' nllsr. _ : . :_ Bible study. Lecture Conne. A bOllquel was held in th l! Klli cke r· bocker House at AIlO Arbo r, Mareh 9, In honor of Mrs. Winifred H. Durfe!' , ou r "Micblgan ,bould know more of Ibit instilution, Only recently ba.... I come Dean of Women, who wos 0 University to a more comprehensive undentaodlog Ind appreciation of tbe Iplendld work ~ e visitor. Twenty t orm er Hopeiles were done bere, I bave learned tbat out of nine Rhodes Scholanblp ill Only 011 0 more week, nnd ou r term i. presenl . Clarence Lokker, ' 14, os toast · tbe State, five are &raduatea of Hope Colltge, and from my good friend; over, and your misery. ,Th is IUWtl!l.. t..h! "g l!lULo!,£ II!~~ to m asler...iJ!.Uodue~ .lbe fotJowil1ll' speak· , . Steerr, of the Micblgan Supmne Court, I baTe tile ,'attlllent '"tbit """,,,...r- : of=-en l.r r on Ihe first yenr of her second ors: Juhn J . De Boer, I~ ; Anlla ' i.· The papers do lOy, lege is doing the big best, tbe beat and the moat perfed work of ita kind In Se m i · Cen lll r~· r nrerr. The Aillmn i or s,' her, Prep. '13; John Tillellla, ' 14; Jay Amulta, I fbd you rank among tbe world leaden here, in .1jle clllite"" I read it 1I0pe eagorly look for evcry st ep ' for· Den Herder, nlld Mrs. Durtee. All 1e· ~.cov, CIIA.. S, o.-JI Tllis nooo, ~vnrd, for c" ery honor gained, for every cla rt'd Ihat th ey were prou'] of Hope, A 6y s".tted now Of\\, no tch ei",'pd on Ih~ "tic k ot pro· and many were the remin isrenceA which Baves 9,000,000 ~r e s9, Roated about tbe board. In Juno. Perbaps that is tru e of tbe Refolmed Cburcb of America it I_ted 111 H.llaull~tid: And it may be joining tbe College Cam~UJ. Corpa?f '~n~~don No lie That a fiy swatted oow Will save 9,000,000 49 ·10 is right, Norl1llll Herold, bllt Edwin Koeppe of Ib.e Junior clos" In July. "wt- oiu 't telling nobody, II so hu~hl left for his homo last Tuesdoy to at· HolI.nd is a tity of 11,000 Illbabitanls; on M,catawa .Bay, openlDg IDto Flies ca rry gerenl Lake Mlcbigan; g~ boating, batbing, filbing ','\rating; bealthful climate; t end th e golden wedding ot hi. pnren ts And Ihey carry picturesque scenery; l uperior cburcb privJleget; boat liJIe to Cbicago; iDterurbu The Westen, l\ ormru Il erald dig. " I' nt OOM tburg, W i•. Bacilli ; elrctrlc Iinoto Grand Rapida; IIIaiD hne "ere Marqadte'RaU 'ROIId from GnDd n jJre tl~· fa"e from IIOlIIewh~re in In The best Ihlng to do Raplds lo Chicagn; good cODJIectionl to all otber pointa,. ran ks &Imost every "'<lek lor th e allorn· Is just Th e .Helphit' Society met I.st wee k AME VENHEMA, D,D" PIBIIDINT Incnl of it. front poge. Kn or k 'em 8illy. ot Ihe hom e of Dr. nnd Mrs. Blekkiuk . But I cannot find one. ~All er a " ery interesting pAper, reo,l The Pleiad cOlll'ments 011 Ihe pe<'ulia r It I don 'I hy ~Ir. Von aen Linden, on tb e subject , rnllking by th e judges hI Ihe )1. O. L. " Btelzle and bis Ch urch Progralll," Pretty ' soon li I·olliest. I erhll!,s n.e ra is "nti,le jUf · Re,'. O. Von P eu r senl nnd Relv. G. Pen . H ol\' will I sa ,' e IIralion, tho the SIIbjecl ot Ib e Alhio, lIing", missio naries from Arob ia, wh o.r. My 0,000,000 .1tIII Ilk. oroli ml n", sl be considered IllI too 11m· In JUlie' "re wrre pri\'i:egNl to hn vc with U"" itp;! iu thoj. tillle of wo rld .'r: . .,., It n" SEUYOU eat'h fn \'orctl the Mor icty with nn (IX The Seminary ,!lIartelte, composed of :-Of. O. I,. rcgulntiml 'ha~ elisl et! ruling ,cClli ngly int eres ting nntl in ri lrul'lh'I' oul Ihe luweJrt robing in th e fi I'" I (\ed3' tal k. Si nre Ihey "X !,CI' t t o rei urn t ., De J onge, Bruggers, P olgiet er, nnd Vnn J , i io u, )(r. P ellowe ,\,oll"l 11O" e won th e Arnbin in th e nca r (uturr, Ihey nre vcr~ der Lhulen, is lJeeoming well kllc>wn ,·oot<lsl. 'I'he s.'lgg""lion of nll.hog out IIII11' h in leresl Nl in ' Ihe "rogre.s ot Ihe Ihru Ih e city for the " voluable ser· t, ' the loweot m t mg, wl,erevrr II ,·ftm ~ I grcn I wnr, esperla . II ~. .111 th e f 3. II of Bag • vice" they are for Ih e "valu1ble se r· W " , " trolll, 18 worth sollie Cllllsulemtl?n. I tlucl into English III"ul.. Sn N'cMs rOI mun it y. Friday even ing of la 8t wec o , EnglauII in th e Tu rki sh 'Empire lIIenn , th ey so ng at th e pnrent·t eoebcu' ,·Iu" R enNI "t th~ gnllle th e girls secleo., . IhAt l he mi Olliollaries will no 100'ger hr of tho Longfellow se boof. Last Sundny 46 E. Eigbth Streel " Get n 1Il1ln I Oct a man I " -An>thor. ' reMlrictClI in "reol'hing th e gosllP. afternoon they sang at, and condu ete'l th e services for, Miss Churchford in Judging by t.he eleitoemellt at Ihe U. of ' among th e Moslems. the Oity Mission. And Bunday even· ~('. nnel th o Coed nUlllb... of the Collr ~ · - :0 : ing they rendered n fo~' selections at iun, rhot Os all Ihe girls eome to cu ll eg~ I' ':It r. George Bonle, u " ery fuithful nn,1 Our rajJidly growing Enst End ehu rch. (or.-:\Il rion CoIlCb'6 World. . TRY THE ' eornesl stu dell t of Ibe ~nior clas., hus _ : u: _ Several of Ihe boya 'Were eoosplcuou, h f th ed cai"onnl nerepte!1 th e enll whirh he rr.'elve,1 ·I D I{ \1''OU e\'er ear 0 C UI I I k for Iheir obsence {luring the put week. t riP:ld ' ErurLition, oomt'; 8oph'ihtienl ion, fromA e ~ley, Iown, a ow. wee s ug". Chns. Antoo Btopples spenl 0 tew 1ay. It! George IS a very eonsrlenteoll. ,worker, ' t ' mut h . ma" rlln<)uy. '0 S . I at Hudsollvillc, vis itlog 8Om ~ of Iho , ' and makes 0 bIt wberever be !>renc ,es ., - :0 :fri nds whi ch he made last summer 'I'he A;Jrian College Worlll cHseusses . We arc s ure Ihnl th o meinbrrs of th.' Iho LitertU';V Booiety problem. Get aft· : Aekl ey hurch did II0t make n ",Ista~ e while he had charge of Ihe congregation ~ E""""'t er it, .AllriAn. Lit.nary lIQ<'ieties arc wheo they called George. Th.y ':"Ill at tbol ploee. He also cooduete,1 the : HOURS 8:30 to 12 a, m. 1:JO to 5 . . .. UIC Il"'l'llens where ,lebal el'l on-I oMllors . find in him a hurel worker 01111 " fn lt h· servi ce~ for th em on tho annual Day of Prayer tor Crops. John" nn Wijk I ==~~~~~~~~~ . grow. -.-_ l\fUI pastor. ~ eboperoned a ee rtain pa rty IllI far 05 Chi oago lut Frldny. He Ullee t ed to CO • • , _ .... Han Jon paid JOur aublcrlpttOD to Tues!loy morning Missio uary Van visit ~ars Roebu ek and CoDlpany Oll the AlfOHOJl? U DOt, 40 10 at ODe., I Peuraem led Chapel' services tor us. Hr Saturday, and preacb in Lan,ing, III., ---:0: also spolte a tew words to the student. 00 Bunday. Mr. Harry Hoffs eopduetC!'l Mr. Kroocl sma attended the .HoJlan.j . on tho great subject of "Conseer.· tho servi ces In Sodus, New ~ork, IlDII G. B. blUlket boll gnme lu t, Freela,V ~vc. tlon," a.n d sbowed UI how el.ential i~ it WaR graoled to Mr. Bakker to vi.it ning ud reported. very p.ca8llut 11m. , , ReaullJ' Dinner and Supper 2Sc ...".. The play inslinct clops not alway. dia. I. to ho\'c a " reco rd wl l h God ralh .. bis tolb in Grant, Miehipn. "Hope'. 8on. " aJ'pe. r "ith life. t han witb men. " . . ,tnle·wille eOlllpotllOts. All hail to :ItT. Lull"e .., th e Inurel· ,·rnwned "ieto r l All hail to m~' fri end Prof, J. B. :-; " kerk, tor Ihe i nesl imnble help he hn s b en to Ihe " Ahn. Mnt er," ill all th esc ho rtl ·fought bottles nnd "idories l

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Nic.k Dykema

The Prlna·Baker quart et hod j uot flu · IBhNI their Ou t Bele tl on. " Fine, fi ne, " cAlle,1 ont H Arv ey Ro· maker. Th e qu ar tet , eollonlled wit h no en· core. " ImpriBonm ent," echoed t he decl' ,'oice ot Marin uB Vo n Pu lteu.

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Tho aDnua l election of the An chor AaaoelatioD will be beld on Tbun doy , Maroh 22, at 7 P . M. Only s tudent .ubecrlbeu are eligible t o vote all~ to hold otllee. Tho retiring .tal! h .. mode th e f ol· lowing nominations: Edltor· ln hi ef-W. Seholteu,B. )Iul· ti er, E. Kos ter . ASMelnt e E llitor-l'. ooper, R. li n,· pN . , J . Bltrggrnat. tLl terary };/lit ors-G . Se hu urlII AII , ) 1. Va n Drezer, A. By Wa..i nk. College Reporter- A. M1I1der, H. Un· muer. Al nmn i Editor_ A. RUI\IJ, I. rnu 7.ollt en, L. K:elllhek. el, H. V,·1111101l ,' 01ll1'u, J::dit ors- II . Ilnk"r, )1. Rt r nk k, 1'. Boker, O. lI eu.i ub·. ld t . Athlet h' r :,lit or- R. lI okk c lI. O. r nll

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Spring is Here So is our new line of Suits, made in the latest stylesconservative, form fit, pinch back, etc.

prices $10 to $25 Gold Bond and Manhattan Hats in those new colol's- ultra, nnvy , blnck, sesl.etc $2 t o ~ 3 CAP~ - Th es prin gs t y l l's 50c and up and a complete line of men' .• fUl'l ,i hin gs.

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'rimmer. About ~l nv I Wt will b,· li t lO ur new locsti on. ' 19 W. III I , n.... ! 10 Rop;,1 f iro t:llio ... - E. """pcll . ~'. We's Tragedies Meyer ', Mu. ie Hous• . W n l l'our~ , :I£. T holllosnUl , .1. UIIII'II Are Registered Being 0 . ' reohIll BII . h"rg, O. Dc W it I. If you want to kDow all ahout them }'1unking. Bu ill e. :lIAIIOgor- E. Kui7.ougA, F. ~------------------------. Oett ing Bnubbed. ASK MB Voss. - :n"As.. 't Busine8s ~fn nn g('r-S. Dl'lt U.,·1. L as t wcek Mr. Va n UDzel of Oru lld 11. Hoeven. WIt J. OLIVE. Geaenl A,tlt Rapids received th e to lloll' :lIg t,·lo· ubs ription :llitIlAger-C. Oe r ri"H, IOWn, IIICI gram: '11'" 112' " Send F und •. " B. " uu UO le!. Mr. Von Ha7.01 wired th e foll owillg' As.1. Sb. :ll nullger-C. B er m. t rn , II. I . What lorf " Oil e•. Q. J . Olekem • . Pr... H. J. Luld.n •. Cuhltl' - - -:e:- - Wm. J. We.l.eer. A1.t. C.. bler An immedinte r eply from llope Col· Y.W.O.A. leg e: " F or Bill. " L as t Tbu ud ay the Y. W. C· A. meet · with laviD,1 department ing was led by Mrs. P ietenpol. 'l'he The Victrola Store Ca pital, Surplul and undrrided profits Mark T wa in .... onco ask ed, at 0 subject was .. Ol rlhood 's Duty to WOOl' $127,000.00 banquet, to upress his ideas of th e anhood, " a nd th e Hig h sc hool g irl. ; - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Deposits U,450,OOO.OO futuro lite. "Madam, " said Mr. Twoin to t he Honlnd. Wleh Cor. 8th St. and Contral An. ta lk was iu. hostess, "I must refu se to discuss th. SALTED ALMONDS AND PECANS subject, tor I bo,'e fri ends i n bot h spiring. S he explained to us how th e hab it. formed in girlhood will eont inu r Assorted Glazed N uts 60c a lb. place•. " ... men. to be our habits .11 th rough our li\'e•. WHEN - : 0: ETIQUETTE. The things wh ic h are most wort h II'h il" ",I Mill Flaw Picker has just ro mple te'] attaining arc perso na l attrar tiv cne.', a new and outhoritoti,·c book on etl· radiance, poise, nnd n Ohrist ·like cha r· quette. We quot e frolll that ser tl on Van d erBunte sang a solo. Th o The Shop nearest the Colleie pertaining to th e courtesies gentlemen meeting this 'Week will be in charge o! • Bbould uhihit to th e Indie •. . 1. A gentleman meeting a lady Mi •• Lucy Vander Ploeg, and th e t op· ,. ie is "Conflicting Loyalties or What 's ~_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _•_ _ _ _ _..,...._=___--l _ .. - - . _ ,hould ill all ease. doff his hat as n sign • '7 ' ........ First! ,', ,,"'t cmtor ot reapeel and deference . ---:0:--2. In rase tl con\"ersatio'l1 ensues, he TbJa Weelt'. Bero. sbould stan d with bea d unco" ered f or Our h~ro is Syl\'annu~ Wtot.,rs tb e period ot two mi nu te. (ata nda nl H e .has a wife and sc,'e n dllugltlers. Clpitll $50,000.00 time) at th e .. pl rat ie n ot .... hieh peri od 'l'hey bnve tbeir ups 300 down_ be ia permitted to replace his 'head·gear. Micbi, ... Hollind 3. In case both arms ot th l g entle· a~u ot chips. ~ men are injured, l{ th ere be another Prof. Eyme crORses tho Atlantic. Too gentleman in the eompnlly, he mny re· bad the submarine. were not acti,· • . WHO MAKES mo,'e his hat tor him onrl kee p time. Wolter Seholten eomrs out for WIl· 4. \Should it Ilappen that a gentle· liom Alden Smith . man who Is bare·headed shall meet a _ : 0: _ lady, he ahall be req uired to pull on. Whon w e begin thirllc..ing Btllwuoly, band·tul ot hair trom his dome, in lieu we wond('1' wilet""'" Cy 's hllir is lIing u· ot doffing hi. eap. Illf or plural-very singular we My.

Do You Enjoy Singing?

Watch for announcements by the Victor Talking Machine Company

Something Absolutely New

Meyer's Music House

First State Bank

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UP-TO-OATE JEWELER·Y AND REPAIRING

Good Ice Cream?

c. PIEPER & SON, Jewelers

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Waganaar &Hamm Citizens Phone 1470 .55 West . Ei~hlh Street

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LACEY STUDIO

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The Largest Strictly Ameri~an CO. Charter's Barber Shop Our Work Speaks for Itself NUFFSED 6 Wesl Eighth Street Nullo Van's Restaurant From r eunl <!,'eu h, it Be<!In !'bat Max haa jirined t'h ;prohibition mnk •. Wellil Orllpe Juice Oompa ny hu :I competitor. Daily ~Iox is lICt' n eultll·ntlng hi. llltlIf Vyn-,..rd. n~"

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ABSOLUTE SAFETY LOW NET RATES Our policies are absolutely unrestricted as to Military or Naval service, Residence and travel or occupations.

It will coat gou nothing to look oVer th~ liberal. low coat policiea 01 the

Made by those who know how at E. J . .Mac Derma'nd's Studio

ZEELAND, MICH. I'OP LAR PRICES AND DISCOUNT TO STUDENTS

YOU WILL NEED

A New Pair of Base Ball Shoes, a New Bat or a New Glove You will find any of these supplies here

SUPERIOR CIGAR COMPANY 206 River Ave.

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Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Offict' 4 E. 8th St.

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