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Volume XXVIII

~tterary ltpartment

WEATHERWAX QUARmioR.HitiSII,ASOURCE SENIOR PLAY TO BE I

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THEm HARMONY AND BUMOB MEETS WITH VOLUN'l'E EBS. CABINET, Y. W., AND INDIVIDUALS, WELL APPBEOIATED BY AND BOUNDS OJUI.I.BNGE TO LARGE AUDIENCE ARABIAN riBLD IN OPEN Prof. Nykerk Makes Announcement MBBftXO. With &egud to Ne:ft Year's Tb,• 1wn tlav yfsit of Dr. Paul llar· Course rii!un, rro nL A;nbin, t:irl mut·h In :Hnu~r !At~ I Jo'rhlay 1'\'l'lling ON'nrtl'tl I ht• lust n Ill illl4innn r,,. tm Ihu!linsm n t 11 opt•. II • • nnmht'r on t l~t• Ll'd nrC' c•nurse for I he ll lli!!tlnd IYP<' of JK'rtronnlity, •·ht•c•rful, yt'nr llll li· IIIIH, 11hi•·h prol't'~l tu Ill' 011(' npt intl:~t ic·, ;•:arnest, ~oi iH't'r<', :Hill 1111' im· ot thl' mo. t 01 tiklio· :1!'1 \\l' JI !1:4 IIIU!II pri'H!Iintt ht• mnd r wa.l a drop onto. ~I o~n• likNipl'rformn nc•l's gin•n thifl yNar. The thnn '"''' l'ltlllont wa s hl':l rtl to r<'mark, •rogrum wus lwtt cr lhnn th r onlinnry ' • This mntt sontl.'how get!! hold of me ~~~ in it 11 hnrnton~· nncl vnrir t~·. It wns well no otht.>r mi ionnry ~penk,er hns done. ' n•l nplr•l tu the Htlllntul nudicnrc be· Or. ll arri!iOU met with the Voluuh'l'l'~ N IIIIH' it t'll\'l'tl'll 110 l ur~l' tl lid!l Cll · :wei thr Y. ~1. C'nbitt ct, nddr~sell the \' . tl'rtoium l.' nt. W. Ill('! S{'\' l'rlll itt p('rsoun\ intNVi(•W, Thl' hrothrrH Jlr<'sc nll••l thr serious 1111111 !I JIUk r II I 1111 OJII' II lllf'('t ing W I'llliCK• Utlfl hnmorouA hoth in musll· :IIIII lil t.' rn · rltl\' ufll'riHJilU. IJ (lr(' ht' !lllllllllf'tl H I iu;:· tnrc• in the lllllt'l :11lmirnhl1' . tyh•. Tilt' i n~ r·hulll'lll!l' fur tltl' wnrk In Arnhh . rc••ulition of llw • •IJ onsr hy lh ~· Sirlc of till' 11111111 tliOi r·u lt in the worltl, hl?t':lUIIl' tht' Rontl, •• nur) 1 ' Thnt Olol Swrrthl.'nrt ur 111111 \' !'1'.\' f:u·t, n d tnllt.>ngc. )Juu,r of Minr,'' t'nrnptu r<.'•l th r oull it'nl'c. 'llilo Ja 1•nrcl him Thnrs•lny <'\'<'ning nt ''"' Rroth t.'r William wus ri~ht lhl'rt' with . rmitt:trl'. the humorom~ Nt.'ll'dions. Jl i 11 E. sny wl' 11 ~I' 1rr~· glnol 1hn t WI' hrul I !11 on Ornsl'l' • nurl th(' pnro•ly on lht' oppnrtunit~· ol' ht'uring Ulltl mt'eting Dr. • • Rn """ '' t nok Iht• nutli(•nrl' b~· storm. Jl nrri~u u. au•l wt• kuow that h(' ltnK h•rt Th(• qunrll'l 11111111' a ~rrnt hit thiR ."<'tit u 11 iiiKJiirn l inn which will obide with UP :t'l wr•lla >~ la <~ l , lmth in si nsri nl! nnrl with Irtllll pt•l H. 'rh<' \\'1•:11 ht•tll :1\ Brill h1· r-. •· r•rtainl~· Jh·Nl up In mar l'~ j-•'f'l aliun autl Slh' l·l'NlNI lliO!il 111l111 iruh!y in t•ntrrtnining thr lnr~l' :wrl it•ur·t• whit• II h:ttl I h(' plrns· IITC o( ll~t I'll i ng Io !ttl' Ill. .TUBt hf'fort~ the •·ont·l'rt starl.~tl, Prot. Y. M. SECRETARY TO

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'OPE STUOENTRY WILL UNDERGO TEST THE S UCCESS OR -'AlLURE OF OUR PAGEANT ~LL MEASURE OUR ABILITY

Ou r •·:ll••tlllar Ita>~ :tu11uuuo·1·•l iltt• :tr· rh•al of Hpri u ~ :nul lhr• ''"' 1111'11114 will not IJr IHng iu 1114heriug iu tlw rt••tl IIJiring. Autl thl• fiut • Hprlu~ wt•:t tllt' t' wi ll gil•<• ll'4 11 11 r t·h:t 11,.,. tu wurk for 11111 Aimu ~l utt•r, l'in lh P l'ag1•unt. A Krc•al •lt·td uf lillll' lal41 ll'rlll WllK fiJII'II I hy lho• l':tj.(•'llll l t'llllllltillt•t• ill JITI' tllll' ing 1111' '' '''"'" uf 1\urtl:''' fur lhl' l'n~l':lllt. Tlli.- I''": ul' I Ill' work iH prul'l it·n lly I'IIIIIJ'I t·lt•tl. \\'t• han• alrt..•utl ,· •lcmonslrnl<'cl that Wt' "'run I JU~tinc hut wt• hO\'t' only lll:trl('tl tlal' husint>s!l. A11 id(' f ro m 1 ht• ''lllllJIIIlli~ion nn1l seler· tlon of n pproprin lt• ntusit•, whi1·h ill in tho hnttdtt of n ''"r." t·apablc t·o rnm itt e('. th rrmuitlll <'r of t ht• wurk rt'sts with lhl' whnl<' hOI()' Of ~ ltlll('nfs. The •·ommilt<'l.'s in t· h nr~f> h:&\'1' nJ. n•:11h' It~"" workinl!' i nt t•ti~i ,·rly nncl ex· 1t•nlli\'l'ly. Tlw,,· h tll' l' tll'l't•lotwd u kcctt. Jivl' iutl'r('llt in lht• wurk unci nrli' now look intt for I he rl'st of 1111 to join the ronk11 nncl in!lurr tIll' !llll·l'l'~(ul pro· tluctiou or Our Png(\11111. Thi'T(' Of(' tW•I things 1\'e nil •·nn •1G mtt~ 1hcM two things W€' nJJ must clo. First- Do our bc.>st h....,.._~ 1l.;rtirulnr port whh·h is 085igned t.o us. &eond- Advertiee the Pageant.

AJ'TEB VACATION

011 lh (' Wr 11nr11rtny ofter vn{•ntion ll upt• 's Hlntlt•nts will hl':H the nwn lht•y h:l\·c• all Kn l ott~ wuutl'tl tu hnn ht•r<•. ~·ur \'t':t r<~, <'\' l'ry fn 11 when t hc)!IC wl111 hntl j,('('U 10 (.i('nr1·a gathered tog••lht•a ngniu, th l·~· wntlltl 14ay, '' ll nw W<' wi ~th '''' l·cntld h:l\'1' ' D:ttl' lu•rr• :tl ll npt•.' ' .\ 11 <1 nuw ht• i11 l'lllttiug, right afh•r l'ltt•ntinu. Arriiii!!I' IIH' III!I arr ltt'iu~ 111 :tolr • fut• llll' t'lillj.!~. l'lc., ''·'· \'. ~1. Otli l't' r!l uuol lilt' ,\ tlllliui!llr:tliuu. But 1111 11 rlu· 1 kiuol uf l'rt•parntion ill ~11i11!! ""· far """ '' i ~~tpnrlant -lty prnyrr :tnt! 1 uo•rlll:tll<~ll. Srntlt•ul -;, If w ~ !Ire iu tho• l'r"l"'r .. l:tlt• o~f mind wt• :tit' ~uin:,: '" rt•,·r·t1 ,. u g-rt•ul loll'!l!li ug. '' llarl ·· Ell iut i!! :1 ~ l r<~ II J.{, r·un'WI't':tl •d 111:rn . o•:tllt•ol of litlll !11 :a ,:trt:tl Wlllk , ., nrl 11,. :11 ,. 11111rr• Il1:11t j!la rl I 11 1\'t'lo•ulllr' hi lit ,

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STEIN COMPETES AT ATHENS, OHIO APRIL 7

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SUCCESS OF F OBMER PBEBENTA· TION AND P OPVLAB. DEMAND WARltANT A SE COND PERFORMANCE.

'l'ht• prt•llen lotion u.' •• 'f ht> .\lnu 1-'ro.n 11 g,, seemed to ro· ,..,il ,. 14 u1·lt n hcnrty tN'~'l• t ion from tho ~1·ut•ral puhlic, th:ar tho Seniors tee) ju:ctillo••l iu l{i1•lng 11 st•totul pt•rform· ,, 11 11•• It will he held tonight in t'nr· llt'J.{it• t:,, mno~tium, :11111 tlao:;c tlircctly ·ou.·••rui•tl :trl' tur. k!t·g e\'l'l,\' <'ffort to muh it l'\'t'n better than it wos the ••lhl'r time. All thll ti,~kels for tonight art• pl:tl'l'd nt t Itt> popu inr price of twt•ttf,r· fivc t•ett l!l, so Lhat it will bu .dthiu th1• r<'nt· h of l'\'l'r~· hocly. :\ n, \\'l! are uut ~oiu~ to l!liy 11 wort I ·&huut thl• piny. Thu11c wlw snw it k """' ju. 1 whu t it i:~, nut I I ho!lt.> who Iitl11 't t•ntt 11 ud out from t lwse who tl it I. rht• J'l:l~· i itl! OWn lltil'('rtisemt.>nt. '1'1 11• •niurs hoptt, th nt tht• proflh 'man l•nth IIH'St.' Jlt.'rformntH•rs, to I '0\'(' 1 . ulu~t:wtial lllt'mnrinl to th P t'OIIege. 11 111111,' • 1wo \\'et•k

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REMEMBER THE FIVE PLANS LAID FOR "DAD" AND TEN DOLLAR PRIZES ELLIOTT:S COMING

regard to next yrnr '!! {·our <'· There "'ill ho onl.' · four numbers, but numbers o( tht' grl'UII''!I l''\:t'l'll l'lll'(' 1 the tnllnRg~· m('nl tll'l'miug it wi/!1' 1 in vlt'w 11f lh(' IIHIII\' ~·,·rniR t ukiut! pl:H't' in Hnllnu!l, to limit 1111 tu 'luaut it,1· nn !l plnt•c nil th e ~ mph n141!l un ttnnlity. A grrntf'r l'x prtttli · t aue will ),,. uturl t' t lwu f'vcr lot•fnr<'. Th rrc• will lw twn mu i•·nl ttumhl'tl!. IIIII' )1\· Mu!lolllll 11:11·ri••l Luhtt•li(', lh<' utlwr )l~r .lrtt uir• ))uf:tll, ...,,,rauo , :llttl lht' lu1ri t~ll(' 1\ ril'tlll'r, .\ notlll'r fr·:tl 11 r1• nf l•timt• intrrl''-1 will "" Lyw:ua ll r~wt! with hi~ tr:l\'t>ln~t•... .\ uol l'tnf. Xykt•rk 1'1 now :nrnnging f11 r :1 H1 llll•h•lll,l' Orc·hc•st ra. So 1hP pn t rntt<~ ur !Itt· •·uurse h:t 1'1' grt::t r thin«H in !'lore fcor l hl' m.

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J ENEBOSITY OF DONOBS AND NEED OF COLLEGE CALLS FOR HEARTY RESPONSE.

'l'llus far the response to the pl'in llJl· touut•cnwnt tn:tde in the lu t two is· ltli'J( uf tlw Anchor lw not Leen \'l'rY ~··ut•ral. \\'(' ret.>l tltnt it iii llctnuse the llll•lt•ttl lu11l.\' hu~; 11111 )'l't qui te cnugbt "" tll·•·••:-o;ar\' ~l' irit , f t.' ntltusinl!m. Wo t<11u11 tlt:al itum• i11 t.~nough nbilit.y to tluuol ""with ,.,,., rril,u t ion of thr high· ··~I .,,..,,., and WI.' want that uLility to h1• '''""~Itt inlu pl;•y. \\ I' o·t•ttuiu lr waul to 11lww 1111 tu· lt•ur ... rita! ~~ ~· UI•J•n•,·intc t he lil•<'rul· .11 11f u11r prufe~~.,r utttl our ulumnu& \\:_.··au olu :~u i11 nu ltt•ltc•r way tlwn b,v ouaktu~ rlli" ''' '"''''' a ripJ •iu~ !IIH't't' 11. \ u,f ",. u~·~··l the ttl'\\' yell :11111 l he <vloJ.:. Tl11 .. h ""I' •·., gn·~l ,"C:1r, itt murt' "''1'•···1., rita 11 hllt'1 auol Iltc Ul't'asiun en lis .-.. , tl 11 • 1 t•n· l~t·l(l 11 ,. Ita l't· to offur. .\II 1la:tl . I IIi:- c·rHtlr•sl 11 cecls Is I h ' 'l\\ :rl.o•fliiiU of :1 littl.· iutrrest. 'r hP yell ' "'' ~"IIJ.l art· nt•!•tJ,•,I; I lte prizes nrc well \llltllt \dt ilc•. Xn w fur e nthu~in!ltU llll•l J't'l'· ..\ r1• ll up!•ilt•!l j.!llittg lu J,r fuuntl ,\ :tuliur.:- 1111 llt i<~ pr•cJmltit iuu! ~l'\' l•rl 'i'lto•ll !!tl i11lt1 it ,\'IIIIIIH'If, talk 11ltfllll it 111•1 aol\ t'lll"l' it ! .\ uti IIIli hi' it II guf

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MEETS BEPBEBENTATrvES OF FIVE OTHER STATES. AND MUST BE ONE OF FIBST THBE E TO SAMPLES OF LETTERS BIEOEIVED ENTER FINAL CONTEST BY 8UB80BIPTION MANAGER Whi le tl11• n•st of u~t nrc enjoying our OF " THE MILESTONE" \':w:t liull :anti 11\'i n).:' at llll r t'!IKt'. IW•I 1'1 11 • l'ullo11\i 11~ It'll 1•r:c will ~t huw I h1• ll upt•ilt•s, t i o·ur~:c Htci 11ingcr 111111 J'rof. allilutll• nl' lh<' nlumui tow:ml lhl• •~~· k,•rk I 11 ill he lt:t nl at work mukiug ,,;,, 8ta·in lalkiu~.r mnt·hinc the most ef· .. ~I ih•!IIIHIO. t. \\'u arlll 1111 C'( llllllll'llt j fel'fil•t• iuHtrum<'ut possibl('. For on F'rl· tltt•y 14lll.':tk fur tht-llllll'h' l'R. cltl\' l'lsll'r Pu rk, X. Y., 1-'t•IJ. :!~, ' 10. ' I AJ•ril 71 lit<' Efifttern Divisiott I'Oll ll•st ll ill ut•t•ur ut Athens, Ohio, nntl the ~I t·. ~1. .1 . Ht•r t•, hc'Ht t h ret• d1ose n there will n month ~I :IIIUJ.:t'r ur "Th<' ~I il<'!llOIIt', .. tntt'r nwt~ t the threP of the Wc.>!ltf' rn ~~ " 1ll'ur ~t r. Rt-ese:- Yours in regnrcl Jlivision nt Fnirfit'lcl, Town in the finnl to 1: Tht> ~lilcslo11e" r<'l·(' ive,J. Sure I Tntl.'rstnte. wnnt it null nntit'ipnlc n ren t lrl'nt in· f'rot. ~ '·kerk will flf'I'O\npntty uur •IN•tl. Olcl Hope is u "li\'c w~re" nntl uratnr 1111ti WI' fN•I sur~ thnt h • will i11 Kl'lllll ng n Jot of "juit·<'" into thl.' ' ljwcl tL pln•·t•. Hr i!l e\•cn hcttrr tlum •·i•·ulntnr.r system of n!l its sons mul he wtt K in thi' tntr t·ontt'st. nntl "'" cl uu~o:htcrs. 1 tllll n good wuys oft from look to him to britt~t home the bnrou, th l.' .h1rusnlem ol the Dutch·Americana not only nPll week Frlllny but nl~ ( no til'<' tho hyphen f) bot not too far wht>u he Jrm•s to Fnrrfleld. :awn~· to ff'el the plenennt tingling ot At the present u~... t he- finest thing thr "eurrent. '' I ~adoated in 1878, the lost yea r ol Hope a first decade. U thnt we ean soy about a man any· pot~11 ihle J want to see the fun next Jun~ wh t-rt' ittI - " H(' 's n b008ter." Let 'a • uaul help to 11 whoop her up" for Old nil be Boostore tor OUR PAGEANT.

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the Christmas Tree (\\'lth thlll oration Mr. Stelntnrer took flr11 t Jllart! In the Rtat11 t!ODit'8 t ; he will tll'llvl'r It on lo'rltlay, Ar•ril 7, at Atbi.'JII, Ohio, In th11 Ea~tern l>lvlalon OonteAt..) Upon a. crag o.t the An.dt"S, between t hu Hepublies ot Argtntina and Chili, stnnd11 n stntue ot the Ohriat ot Nn.v.· uroth. }'or long. these neigbbor Stat.e1 \\We ltOIItile toward each othor and wars W<'ro n11 spnamodie u o.re uprlaingt~ in Mt'x it•o. A t reaty was lln&lly uon· t· ludt>•l 111ipulnting that all future dilfer· ent~s arising between Argentinians and Chllinns bo n•ljudlcntetl upon the basic prinl·iplc of tho divine philosophy, "Oomc now, nnd let us reason tog ther. '' A rennsceneo in public opin· ion nntl n r<'\'Oiution in !dens .followed. Tullay, the "ChriAt ot the Andes" ellaplncNt quo11tlum indi\'iduoliam and dis· ·onl with ·o·operation and harmony. An tllln ly!Jis of the abysmal cataclysm, l he mnn·mnd imbroglio across tho sen, rel'<•nls nn astounding mal·adjustment in humnn relntionsltips due to the propngntion of out·worn Ideas and to 1111 ~ 1·olnt ion of (' rooked t hlnklng. The idea .1r n•n>~u ni ng togetht'r wus sn~.>ered nt, :111{1 itt iiM ste:ul wa.tt sub11tltuted un· hriti :~·,J pussionn tism and bedlam inun· ill·. <Jonse()nontly, this Martion re\•elr; h;,8 poHit.>ll, to dntt.>, on Europe 'R debit ltoPt- llfte('n men wounded or killed l'or cvt.>n' minute of the war ; it bas 'up n fabulou.s aum in dollara and <'ents; it has eanceUed 'human pro1 Ju(•tion of more than a century; and at thi 11 verv moment, it is stretching forth its hund upon the unborn, com· relling them to moke good the preaent bn nk rupl t·y. Tho upologist, however, justifies the 11 wnr IIJHIII the J>remlaa tbnt it la human .utlttrt' to fight." nnd fortifies hie eon· lt•ttlion hy poi nting to the universal hiologit·a l law of " tho surv ivnl of the fi t tt•11 t ". Aeeorclingly, he inflntes men with a S!ruh•~tctue pc.triotism, the Jllll ' JIU'It' of whit·h i11 1111 end In itltelt; name1.1·, tlu· ••x hihit ion ot brute force or phy· :iit·a l prnwt'!ls. 1t is tltiR tbret>·in·one icll.lu, nr mi11pluced force, politicnl philos· up hit·:t, :11ul milit arism, lhnt. hns mixed 1hL' Jt(•ll·hro t h whi••tl all Europe is so f<'vt•rish l.'· gulping. But lest we should 11 he h(•ncllin •tl us beittg milk and 11 w ter '' K<'tttimentnlista or "mollycotl· 1 Jie •• pa Hlsts, we sbnll borrow the apologist 's i n s t r u m o n t s ot ~··i••utili 1 • rrn~tonlng, trisect this trium· 1 ·irn lt' it lt•:t, uml thPn mnke our own de·

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.ltll' t iu11:~. Bnt·k in tin• prinw,·nl dn~·s, n wild· .•yecl, irun·mn rlrd Rlwagc, with knottetl ·ltal 1 in hn11d, 11tootl in the warm bloo.t uf hiM weok<' r n•h ·ersnry wbo lay 'I re :<'H!I ut his teet. Th e gnawiug ot !L '•un· •'rn• atumneh net unted tho murll<'r: thr or n atun·ing cleoth sanetion.:d th•J But · • might mnkt's right " theory. nut e. This sn m(' snvnge 's roucept i on nC t•llt h·n l r<'lntiont~~hips evolved in the •·ou rHl' nf tim<', just os truly '\I\ nn~· 11ther lh·ing organism ovolvcs, nnJ •t l~' pred e:y t his obvious fad whlrh our .l mo(lern Mars ignores. Docs not history's •• lnematogrnph vividly trace that th a· 11 iou11 d~v<'lopment of the Sava~.l with etuh '' to hie stntus conseeuti\'ely iu ramil,v, tribe, dty·state. atate, nat iot\·nnd who dnrea prophesy that tonto~· row's film will not show him 111 lila interttntlonnl rolef Jn each of t ht•Mc progr<'ssivt> politil'ol units, man hna nugm<'nt('•l the iden of "work·t.oget~· cr," anti ita etrert ha1 been 10 auttn· cioUJ tbnt we have incorporated into our twentieth rentury life, the alognu 11 t•o·operatlon.' ' Do I mean to infer then, that tbie ratial, btlUeoee tea· deary, thie •• humaa aat ure to taht bt· 11 tt ncot,'' hu ~ntlrely dlappearedt By no aeaaa. Iutead of tptlnc euh

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bolflt>d by a boomerang paradox. an om ot oltnaible altruiam; in &D .,. when a detormecl·born baby "'obi ution-wide interftt; in an era whe• u entlro State is luuabled bee&u~e a balul· ful of Its elti~n• dirreprd laW' ud lyneh a prisoner; in an era whea a World Power is rebuked beeauae it de· crees death to a red·e.roa nune.-I say, in sueh an era, we hear international trumpet voices resurrecting primitive iderut nnd urging mankind to nuree and train the barbarous vestiges; for after all, wy tb'~y, "the mjgbt·maket-rlrht 11 theory is the patented panacea lor jUJ· tiee and truth. What a fatalism thiel Whot a. 11haml It the trumpet blaetJ of these war priests be true; it the doe· trine of "mu kill man" be forever a certninty,-then away with thiJ peeudohumanitarianism, and let us wade ud wallow in the blood ot wars . But common 8 ense tella me that wara are the product ot crooked thin.k.lng. Ideas are civilization 'a dyna.miCI, and times like these bring out, in bold r• lief, authors of popular political philo. ophies. France has her Velberta and Ren&ala, who tea.ch that " war iJ a necessary oceasion for t)le Jll'&Jliteetatlou of nwral fol"(!e " ; England, her ll.ahiDI, who a11lrm "the old predatory iDJtinet that be ahoufd take fto !au tile pOwer "; Germany, her Nietuchea, Bent· hardi.s and Bteinmetzea, who preaeh that 11 war itt an ordeal inatituted by God " ; our own country, & Homer Lea. who tells 01 that " war u a pet'11l&Uni human obligation. " That ad.hereue to th t>se pbtlosopbie conceptiotll hu mode Europe an armed oamp, iJ very tnct ; that there is 11 present tendeney among our own folk to aubJCrlbe to elm· ilnr ·onceptions, is evidenced by the journalistic jingoism which atriv11 to people the American mind with a myrincl of hnlludnntory fots. I am not 10 good ns to think e\•ery man my friead, nor am 1 80 fearful u to thJnk eve11 man my loe. My contention u that these accepted war .phiLoeopbJee are the product. ot a. one-aided tbialdua, and that their ideas stand fixedly in the first impression ot the storfec1 Arab who, nt even time, looked aerou the duert and, seeing tho fiaure ot a. ma.n approa.chlng, instantly leveled bit muket and murmured: " 'Th1 an enemy"i bot the form drew nearer, he lowered 1111 his gun and said: 11 ' Til a atra.npr"; and when the flgure came into foil view he dropped his mUJket and f1Ul· ning ,forward eried : u'Ti.s my bJ>Other." The popular political philoeophiet from the days of Heraclitus, wbo taoaht that ,. war ia the lather of all thlnp," have religiously enjoined m&n to ahoot h1l brothers· and yet thae are IC01'81 • among usI who are so piouly optimiltie that we rue interpretlna humanity'• progre!lll in t erms of the "Put 'a blood· rusted key", inetead of knowi.llg that we have advanced iD spite of hideoua handicap·hella. Any phiJolophie ereed whose dopa. Dl4kea trlend, foe; whoee tenets engender dJatrott and deeelt ; whose orthodoxy refuea the teleatl4e truth that war it a palllnJ phnomeaon in the procreu of eivlliaaijon,-,Ua, ipso taeto, tor ita end an armed people, whose ambition it to be Ceuar of the World. England bouts of the a., upon whlell the sun never aeb, and reeta Mr pricle· ful claim upon fteeb of clnecJ..qlata; Germany perfecb Ur .WtarJ .,.._ until ahe hilarlouly .sa,. "Dea._..,M ueber allea"; Bulla ..U. apca Mr hordee of Oo.eb, no.

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Wltb tbis issue the 1916-1916 tnfr aurrenders its pri\'ileg<'s and it s tluties to its sue •essors in oftice. Throughout the yellr we tun•e tried to make the Author mean something to I hP s t uti C'nts, to the Al um ni, and to Hopt•. W(' feel that the progress we have made i~ \' er,· little, but we nre nC\'Crth t!less thankful !or the opportunit ies we ha,·e had in our various capacities. Tho we are not now t>erha.,_ loth to pass on our duties, we tan truly a:ty tbat we hn,·e enjoyNl our work. We wa11t to thank all those students and alumni who have helped to make tbe Author what it hn'l bPen, and I per· tonally want to add n word or thanks to each one of my Staff members. We feel tb.at the new Stoft' is one fully competent to give UB an Anchor that ahall be a credit to Rope, and we give them our best wishes for U1eir success. w~ ean asaure them they will find task1t demanding time and tilot, but in a high degree pleaa:1nt nnd et.joya.ble, and well worth while.

--o-TJIE HOPE SPmiT The record we hn \'e madt> the last fe-w years in oratory, and in other linctt too, Ia one of which we ma.v well he prou1l nnd which should arose grt'nt enthusiasm. Our (•oming SC'mi-Cru tt'nnial i:J also doing muth to nurture rollegi' spirit. The Hope spirit is growing. There is alwoyA the tin nger, h O W{'\' C~, in times Of SIII'I'I'S!I a111l pro!lpPril\·. lit 1! thl11 11pirit grow in thr wron~ rlir•·•·t inu .An honPRt pride mu~· turn to hnug hli· ne1111, nnd true !o\':t It\' rotny t l l'~rno· r:t t •• into blind idolatr~-. Lt·t 11'4 prt'l''l rP our Relve!l against th at tlnn~"r ('\"l.'n h1•fore it bel{iiJS to ('rN'JI ill Wp are jt111tly proutl ll r ".r r" '""' ,·i·· tMi"!l, aml W (l bopr with ul l ou r !tc ;,rt:. that wr ma y r•·ywnt :hnm. Bu• l••t 11 :1 not forget lhnt lhl'r'(' arl' ~rPn t<'r things than those vi P t orit''~· \Vh('n \\'<'nrc tol1l tha t in alhlPt il'!l uuol iu fo ro·u~i•·"~ ll ul't' iii'R are gootl ~rorl 'l lltl'u, thai is hi~lw1 glory than o gamr nr :r lirht plul•t•. ~!.11· the HopP 11plrit und amlti tion :~ l w:t .l'l! iu r lntfp the higher n111l nohler thin,...,., ~Ia~· we t-ver til ri vc to he rn thl•r t han to seem. Ancl may wr 111'\'<'r IJP•·n utf• n:• :row or <'On<'cit ed. WP t•nnnot hll\'t' tno lllllo·h nf :laP Hope spirit. Whit(' t·ir•·umHinne·t•-4 :111' r~"·ornblt>, IPI 1111 ttlri\'1' lu irll'rt'a "~' it And may WP make it that high, -nnJ,J,. grnnd tlliug thnt i11 wurlh,1· of Hop.•.

H thel'P is any onl' prnl'ti•·t thnt t•nll!'l for rorreltlon on the rn lllflll!l, it i~ llu wny in whi..-h •·o mpn11 busine s is gcnClr· nlly menagNl, mi!'·mnnagNI, to bo m~"".! OC'C'UrOtP. An nttillttll' or nh!u.. lut&· t'lovenlillt''l!l has rrPpt into nlmn11t t·w~~· r.rgnnitation. Hpt-r ill1• in!lltllli'PR n···••1 tiOt be mPnl ion('() j ('VPr,\'OIIC is tnlllili!lr with plf'nty of thPm. ('omtlitut iomc nr.• Iolii antl rliri'gtlflletl, minuiPII ort• trn· known. Mwl.v t'le<'tl'd I'Ommlttres, .•t.•., ore givM no pRpCrl! or rel'nrdM of :tny AOrt, rtoporb whit•h 11houl!l b(l in writ· ing ar~ glv.-n vf'!rhnlly or not nt 1111, GnancPs are handleel without the kr- •n·

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'I'hr \'. M. n. A. meeting lnRt Tuestln~ tiny C'v<'ning wns lt'rl h.v 1fr. John TN Oorg, who SJtnke on I h<' Iori••, "Putt lng On anti Pnlt itlg OfT. " ni11 talk "'nil \ ' I'T,\ ' in l<'r<'Riing anti l' l'r,\' inlllrul'li\·e. nntl flnr• of t hl' 11<'~1 given in \'. M. C. .\ . for IIOill<' I imr. Our li\' t'!l nr,• \'<'r,\' llllll'h lik•• nulurt~. Jn unlllt<' 11 litth• !ll rl'flnt Onwa through n llttll' fl sMrP Tho fh!Mure dl•opena nncl flic omes n hrook n river, a valley, n lnrg<' rnnyon Tn humnn life this iJ hnhlt. nnd by it to 11 grt>nt t-xtf'nt our live• art guitletl Let us put off all habltt that harm ""

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rt111l p11t nn lh:tl wltit·lt iaJ nuhiP nnd Uf) ri~ltl nrul C'hrilllh u. WhPn you arl' pra.ving for tlt<'!lltl tlrm 11 lh•t• 11kim milk . \VI' nrl' whnt· we look 111, whnt we think nf, wltnl wt- ll"e with. We nr nn in· \'NttnH•nt. We ctnn wt•ll nrtord to hol'cl tIll' llth•it•e or the I{T('Il t Shnkt'MJ>Cnre/ I To thine own IIPif hl' lrtt<'; nnll it mu11t tall ow as tht> night the day, thou can 'at not then be false to any man.''

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"~tichigan should know more of this institution. Only recently have I come to u more comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the splendid work done here. 1 have leurned that out of nine Rhodes Scholarship eligibles in tht> State, five are graduates of Hope College, and from my good friend, Jpdge Steere, of the Michigan Supreme Court, I hnve theo statement that Hope Col lege is doing the highest, the best and the most 'perfect work of its !lind in America. I fi:ld you rank among the world leaders here In the classics."

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We already have heard fr''"' loyal ntumni who are witllug to get their non·subiJCribing clou· mate~ to subscribe lor the A.i....!'.:~r for tJlis spring, in nc· •ordnnce with the announceme.n t In these •olumns last week. Who will bo tho next t Jt ~·ou do not oft'er aoon, we nre going to ask ~·on. Do it for Hope. Re\', J ohn \ ' an Zomeren, '04, pastor of the Trinit y Reformed churuh o.f Orand R a pi d~, has hoen eontlned to his home for o I'OIIflle of weeks wit.lt au at· tack of typhoid fe\'er. l"ort unntely, it iH not a very serious ensc, so it is . l 'oped .Mr. Vnn Zomeren may ue . ble to be about hi~ work ngai u after a re t of n month. ~

rtrv. Ot'rrit Kooiker. '97, of the Bethel Reformed church, Orand Ra pids, who bns been Ill for some t ime with pneumonia nntl other cornplicnt ious, is impro\'ing but wi ll not be oblc to preach tor orne week11. -oDr. A. IA>enbont ~t, P rep. ' '!i, i:t rnp· :rtl recov,•ring front hi!l rercnt opcrn· I ion n 1111 is really to leu " 0 t h hospital. He will not rNHIIllt> his practice in Hoi· lund nt prP l'rtl, but lntenlls to go to New York utili Boll t on to <lo 11om IIPl' ·

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March 29-Wednesday- Sonior P lay Repeated : 8 P. M. in Carnegie Gym. March 31 - Frtday- VncntiO!I begins at Noou. A prU 7- Frlday- Enstem Dl· vision Ooutest at Atlten!4, Ollfo. Aprtl 11- TuesdAy - Sr~:c·ol Work Resumed at 8 A. M. April 12-Wednesday- ' ·Dad'· Elliott at KDpe.

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Tho 11<''<1 Anchor, the flr11t i:JKue after the prin~ \'Rratlon 1 will IJe put ou~ by the lit>\\' Sta ff whit·h wns elected lnst Thursd11~· 1'\'('lling ut tilt• unnunl nt€'1't· ing of tht• Anchor .Aasociation. The complete :i'll of thost~ elcclt'd iiJ as fol· low : t~dit or· lu ~hicf-G. ).lnn·iu Brower. Aftsistnnt Euit or- W. A. holtt•n. Litt>rnr~· Ellltnr-.'1ophin V:m Yr~!ll''ll . .\ lunm l F.uitor11- P. \'jsscher, Ruth Bh•kklnk. l 'a mpus Editors- \\'. Poll!!, ·~-;, ~• Lei' II · bouts. .\ th!Ptir Edator- .T. Kar'\tcu . t:'<r h:uagP Edit or- D. Ll. De Boer. l.ot·u l gfJi tors- .r. Do'lker, Oli\'C Rt•rl!w h, Jl uqiut'IIH l>t>pi.- M. .1. fl,., ...,". ~I gr.; P. Voss, As ' t. Rul.snip t ioh l>L'Jtl.-.1 . II offiiHin. Mgr.; .1. Po11t, AAA '1. Autliting 'om. -P. t('~t'man, {'hr., P. 011born, 0. De Wit t. Th i!l ill :.1 gootl !11'1 rr: rt•prCifl'll l :ll i \'C ot' lht> IIILHll'ut IJody, nut! thr,r ought tu put out a llr:.t ··l:a ~tq )IUI••'r. \\\• plure uur ,•oulltiPut·•• iu I hem uutl \\ i'lh t ht>m ull klrHI!! of tllll't'es~.

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I.'O n,•t>rned had P8C'h nlrenl.l~· won 12, and t ht> 1lftllner would go to the llt'hool lhnt llev. Cornt>l ius Muller, 'U7, rec6lltly l{Ot 1he co nll'~l t>d point. 'l'h{• point wu11 I!Ubmitted to 1111 opPratiou tor appcndi· IIOOn proven to hrloug to tho Kulnngsu . Boys • Primary, hut the other school •· iii~. li e •.lll_}•ow .c~nvo Iesc mg. . ~ would not )1eld. After a monttt 's pnrley· Tho Linlitllgo H ~formed church f){ lng the Oovcrnor, in order 'IO keep peace Livingston, Nt' W York, of which Re,·. at all rosts, ga\'O the point and banner Arthur Roo!lt>nrnntl, '07, i11 pastor, mado to the Keng·(~hun school, but nevcrtbe· nn Jo:\·er~· ~l •• mhf'r ('u n,·u~fl on Jo'ritiU,\' , le!lll sent a 11imilnr hnnn('r to tht' •11 on·h 111. fur t'llll(! rt-gn tionnl cxpeu!lt.''4 l(ulnng!ln Boy11' Primary, our Mission :11111 for tuis>~inu l4. 'fhe rl'IHalts of th(' tu-houl. lt wns here thnt W(' had un •·:an\·as11 1\'l'rt' 1nn!ll grnt if_ving. Thrre t':rt•t>llen t opportunity t u "play thP ha' lu•t•u plr•lgt'll fur lornl 1Htrposrl' t:nmc", ruul be good ln!lt.'r:i fur the !!Ilk" :~ltont forl." prr •·rnt mort.' than cluring u( future nthleties. So mu•·h for the nthleti · pnrt. But the pra11t .'' {':lr uaHlN the oltl pew rcut ~.'·strm. Th l' ph•tlgr<~ fur missions tthow thPre 's more. On the Sunday foll ow· :111 iu•·rl'llllt' uf nl wul llixty per 1'1'11• iug the ~teet thr stutl l'nl!l were ln,•ited :JI•O\'l' t ht• U\'('rngl' of tho pn11t fl!w ton lllll811 rn€'eli ng where lhl.'y were till· y1•nrs. 1'1n t'l it·:!l :.\' 1'\'f'ry fumily in th~· tlrt'RIII'tl hy Dr. ('rokPr :uall urged to nt· t• hurr lt illl' rNII!t'd it .. I'UII t rihut iOIIII rnr lt'lltl Hihl ll cln!l!ll'll 0111' ··vening a Wl·~k t• luw·lt !lupport. for six w«•rkH. Ahnu t .f:i Rigned crmls, --.unol anl't :at tltl' Y. ~ - C. A. rooms to At lhl' t'tlllllllllltinu !h'r\'io•f' lwltl Hi 11tu•l.'· n •· our~l' in tho Pnrnl, les. ix . hir•l t•hu rdt, Hollnntl, 1111 M:m· h HI, l'hint>so t en(•hers cnnl.lucte(l r lns11es in ~ori)'· IIP\'I'n wrrA rrc·t·i\'t>tl iuto mt>mhcr· ('ltinrsc, whill.' Mr. Bllintt tuul my11elf :chi)' in th t• t•luaro·h. Of tht•!!t.' forty-nne eu•·h hnd n class iu E ugliRh. Clrent eu•·:lmC' on t·o u ft•!l!olinn anti 11ix h,v ll'tt er. thusiusrn was shown nucl tin' numht>r in · Thr• \V('I'k or Prnyrr nt th C' heginnlng t•rcn!lcrl etll'h W('t.'k. The 11lxth night wnli 11f tlw .' 't':ar 1\'11!4 fnllnwrfl h.r two wrt>l: .~ rl'l'OJ•itulntion ,~\'(•tlin~ 11 1111 ~Jr. Elliott 11f Jl rU,\'('r rnrl'linJ.:!! i'\' l'ry t'\' l'ning. ~ll\' t' an t>Xtf'll t• ut lnt llllllllr)' uf th r th·c 1-:\'f\r)' ~uudu~· :tflt•r thut C:ottugA )HtmhiP!l studieil. In 1· losiug he !l!lkrcl prtl.\'t'r 1111'1'1 ings wrrt• hrlol. Aft ~r I ho tht>m to promiMC t wn thin~'!: tu n·ntl :a ~llntluy i'\'l'niug llerv i,•(• 11 Ult't>liug of portion uf St·ripturt> f' \'!'r,\' llny a ucl tu prnisc naul t luwk~tgiving wu11 hl'lil for 1lo some kinrl deed e:wla tiny. Ahout these nl.' w me.tuhers. He \·, M. Flipsl', forty ngreeu to the first request nnd '!lO, i11 pns tor of tlal!' rhurr h. :ahout tw ru ty ·fh•r to the sel'ontl. St ill --o'l'hr men of ll otw ,.Jau n· h, trollntul, mort> Pnt•ournging thou this wns the helei n ' ' Ut• t·Togt'l ht•r '' Bnurptf'l on fnd that fourtt'l•u tli'Riretl to ro ntinu t> Werln rlltlny n~uiugJ ~l!tr•· h 22. ,Tht> the ~tln1ly nutl ua t't' l U!4 usnHI l'\'rry Sun s pf.'nkPrli wt>r•• lll'v. Will i!! 0. lloekje, dny evening. \V~ WPIII luuut> llaat Hight with U hllp· '11-t, th rir rni<~slo u ur,\' pniltor, Or. Ame py heart. fef'ling l11 at our efforts hnd \'t>uul'rn!l, 'i!l, :uHI 0:. .John M. Yauder oot been I'XPrtPrl in \' Oin in hr lping MPult>n, '!11 . 111' Ltlll i~o\'ille, K,\'., foraner po!llor of tlw t· hu n·h. About. one bun· lhl'8f' bo~·~~ tn mokf' u stnrl in the right 11irel'tion. Will ~·ou not n~tsist "·'' your tlrerl llrty mi'n uttenrlrtl. lutere!lt and pro~·ers in moulding tbesl' ,vonng llvt>s aright f Titer ne d ~· ou . Kulangsu, Arnoy, Chinn, Sinc«>r«>ly your , •Jn u. :l, 10Hl HERMAN REUSKERS. Dl'nr Friends:Sinco my last letter on othl€'til·s, .\ moy has hl'ht' its first Athletln Meet. We nrc very lhnnkfnl to lht> many All the llt·hooiH !lllcl thP Y. M. ( !. A. Alum ni who havr> Rent U'l letters from lll'll l ront f'stnn lll. On No\', !!flt1l u RPrle!( ta me to time, tolling 1111 or th t.\lr work of six events was arrangt<l for t h~ Pri· M llf'lllling in oml' othPr items of great mar,\' gartlr!t nncl on the followinl! tlo~· in tert>sl. It lana bPPn n grl'ttl help to t hirte«:'n events for Mlrldle Sehn,-1..,, 'fhP n A in thil' m ther. diffit•ult tn11k of gnth · nrrnngernt>nts tor t he Mt>~t wllrt' in crlng ne1\•!l r.f Hope 's alumni. \V(' he· r·har(Ce of n eomm ittee of r<'prellrn t n· speak t or the new Alumni Editors the tlvH from ueh of the five 'Middle aa mf' ki.ntlneee and rooperntion which & boola, while the Oovf'rnor of the l'ity you have extended to ua. Again wo pledced himself to furnl1b t he prlua thank you for your J.eJp.

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and pny for nil the expenses. Mr. Crok· or, Athletlo Manager tor China, J>Ur· posoly came from Shnnghoi for thl! occ1udon. Also, n speeiul running trnd: was prepared on the pnradr ground just outside the city, and guil) tiN•ora tcJ with flags nud buntiug. Uotb dnys were vcrft-,•t nml fully 2500 peraons c•nmc out t o wntl'l1 I h~· 11ports. The students ulso t u r~"''' u.al in full arrny, 11nd seemed determinf'•l tu do th~ utmost J'or thPir school. 'flu• 11 11 first heats were run olf iu t hu nt:lrh· ing, leo,·lng most o( the flnnls for lhP nftl'rn oon. R t>en intere t wn11 !\!tO\'. II; good 'WOrk was done In most nf : lu, ''\'f'u l<~ nnJ, tho nonr of t hrm rrtl•l'tls, I hey are uevert heless Hig nifi,•:wl nf whnt John ;hioaml\n will cln wh Pn he gC'ts into prncti re. Tnlmugo College took first plncc in \'Olley boll ond run· ning broucl jump ( I 7 . ft. 2-in.) , whill• tho l.u1sel1UII throw (261 ft. ), th • 12·lb. 11hot put {:15 ft. :l-iu.), nnll the mi le rc· In~· (J min. 3!!·8('C.), went to th r Auglo 'hint'S • College. Tun~· Wcn Ins titul' t•lnimetl the running hl ~,th ju111p (4 ft. I Jll .in .) nnd the stanlling IJronll jump f ft. 0 i11.) , anrl tb~ Y . )f. '. A. the !!:!0 .' ·rds. «lnMh (!!6% sc ·.) . .In the uum hC'r of points guincct th~ Anglo· 'hinesc 'ollege ro nkctl first a ntl en rric«l ott the lnrge bnnuer. Thruout the entire meet C\'erytlaing w1•nt without n hit (' h, with thl.' PXCPptiou the Prim 1~r~· ~ l·hool ~l t•('l where somt> olittput e nro<~l' nhou t u s lnglt• pniut. To uauke m u tt er:~ worst>. thP two ''hoots

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IJr. Zweuwr wra11 rrcst'nt nt tlw At.lel· phit· la111 Wl'f'k unJ reporterl thnt he hail !!P•·un••l a tluuHtiou fro111 11 well lo·t.lo ltt\\11 farult' r fo r II ('hRJil'l Sl' lt cl'. lJr. Zwt' Hilr i'l alwtt_\'H on the: luukou l for \':lrion!l thing11 11 \!t•clt>tl at tilt' St•tninnry. - o1'hu \' nile.'' Bn II Tou rn:Jnaeut bet wren the ~lid d l l'rs anti ,'.,uiors wa~t won IJ.r thl' lall rr,- lht> III'Urr h(ling th rt>c tu Ill!'. Till' Ht•nior:l :tlso t'Uilll' out \' ic• :uriuu-. in ·a Hn !lketlwll uull1'11 with t he ~l itlti iPrR. l•'rum lhl• ftr11t it w:111 ~' i lt•ll l th:at lht• ~l itloiiN'I \\'l'ft• lllll r b!.)t••l ~·nrt· \\3~ !!7 unci I .

.-olJr. l'uul l!n rriRou, llll!llllllnn r.v in Arahin. !IJ10kc to tlap Seminary Volun· tOl'r nantl Thursday aftl.'fllOOII !llltl ti t'· lin•rl.'tl :111 t.'Xcellenl ntldrcll:! to 1he I'll· tirr t~lutl l•nt hofl.v in the C\'l'ning. Mnny of th(' Coli gf' stutl t.' nts took odrnnt ug(l tlf I Ja p Ol'l'RHiOn.

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flr. o..:m l lrt>, r., who has been at· l«:'tt•ling conferl'ni'PII antl othl'r mel't ings clurlng the past . retu rued .Friduy. 1'he qtuclrn ts were piPtl'l('d to wel••ome him h:~t•k to his work, and by hi litlle bum· orous hapt>l tnlk Snturtlay morning h(' prO\' I'rl t hn t he 0 1!10 WSH rleaHed to he bn.,k . Born to Mr. and ~fr!l. Dr. Be:udslt>t', Jr., nn «:'ight nnd n hnlf potuul boy, Saturdn~· morning. --o--

Mr. C:. Colenbrnmler re ·ch•cd two promissory rnl111 clurlng the pnsl we k. tlat> fir11t from Rcvelly nnd the 11erontl from Killdnff-Oalesburgh, l n. -o~fr . .r. Poppt>n, who is atton(llng t he Chirngo Unh·C'rsity, is spentling his va· cation her(' in Dollanll with his brot her Renry. - ''Son ot. Hope.''

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Peie Baker-IIave you heard that joke about the ehoest THIN1t TllDe Prins-No. l'.ne-You have t.wo. -oeagl~; l shall run nne! not bo weury ; DA11!-T,ook hcrt'1 Cooky, I <'Ril writn u11 a tWtleRtrian l am tt record ~r('nkcr .my rnuno .Ia the dul!t on thifl tftbl<'. 11 anywuy. l)o your level best boys. WI' U " - What is an t•dcut ·heonf. Cooky-Nothing Uke being edueatecl 1 ~llt~s •rromp n (teaching F.nghsb.)- Is .theref urP with you. Yourt~ now untl olwnys for boosting 1 Why I -: o: H(Inrlcttn V. Z.- Tbese fnncy dress Hopi' · •. ' · l) "-'l'ho 11lory in tlw lel!llolt tui~·s balls ore so unnoturnl- pcople pretend· \'1111 Oo!ltcnhruggo, 'i(l. lhl'r(' wall ll blot on hill l'llt•ut<"hrou. :\fi14l4 TrompPn h ~·rRI An PKrutl'll· lng to be something that tbc~· really 21 .£. f.iPtlt St. 1[ arri!IOII 1 · D., :\far. 7, 19 HI. t•on ig light ec•lorr•l \'l' t. Ho prol•ubtr aren't. 0 Opposite A. Steketee tl Sons ~r. .r. ne••!H', Bill Van Roekcl- \Voll, that's nut· hnu hoen C'nrrylug a fount!lin pen. Nut to Colter's Photo Shop Furnishings llollantl, Mlchlgnn . ural. ~ l'rnr. Rtutp-What nrt' you going tt' Dear Slr:- Tn addition to Ki~niug tlu.• Agencu American Laundry -· l'lli'losrcl t•nrd, prrmit mr to l'ongra tu· l'll 11 tlu.• hah,d I lut e l)ll' 'la.z~ of ' 17 on their 1lrt·i ~ion Prof. Wirl1rrN- l don't know whnt to put uut au nllllll:tl. ~~vrrnl ,•ullt•gc wr nrt~ ..:uing to roll him. My wifl' hns ~rallun trq herl' Jut\'<' shown lilt' I h~•i1· nn 111(\tl hi 111 Alj!t'rnou . 1 AnuuniN. \Vh{'ll till'~· allk<•,l if I hntl 1111 -o··~r~· frit'ndll,' 1 snid Stein, as he got Annual uf Itopl' ('ollt•gt•, 1 wall nlmo~1 :uchttnlt'tl tu 1\llll\\'l'r thnt 1 did not. np to 11p<'al< his orntinn,''l am fu11 of If you want to know all about them 1'hnnk11 In thl' .Juninr:4, I Hhnll IWI 1111\'•' Ufl•·rrtnint.'·· " TTcrl' 11 numh!'r ot i\orm· il<''l in thC' front row looked 11t "nrh In makl' thnt rl'pl)' urxt ~·l'nr . ASK MB Be sur.e and have every 'purchase or repair job punched on uthr•r ~ignilll'antly nnrl whllllll'rro, "liP With hrllt willhl'll r~~r S llt'('l'!l-1 ill I'll~ WJI. J. OLIVE. Goenl A&e•t h n<~ 111'1'11 l'ntln,:: hn11h. '' a card which we furnish you for the asking. ,._ 1114 IOLLA"D, NICI ling out ~·rmr Annnnl, I rt'lllaiu linj! nut your Annual, I rt'mniu Onrm it £'--1 v.,..11nl n 11hnr that i11 hnth o. J. Dlelcema, Pres. II. J. Luldtnl. Cashier Vrr.'' Ki IIC'<'rrly yon r11, Wm. J. We1tveer, Asst. Caabl~r ••filii rortn hie> n ncl st~·llsh. .TOliN f'. YET!l')1AN. ~n h·~tnnn -Yrry Rnrr.v, m111lnm, Lnl 1 Hope 15. lhf' 111!'<' of mirn r l<'B ill pn11t. with department -oTHE MILITARY UNIFORM AND Capital, Surplus and undivided profits F.tltlll C.- Wum('u llr{' th o spico of THE OHRIBT.MAS TREE $127,000,00 lift'. ({'ontiput!tl from Flr(lt Par1• ) Deposits $1,450,000.00 .Jny D.-Thut '!I lht• tim~> you auitl Holland, Mlc:h ;.:<'ti,•nll." t·untinuf.'ll h('r ''tru11t in rt'ek ~CIIII Cthirtg. Cor. lth St. and Central Ave. i11g Int.~· :11111 irnn ~hunt' '; a1111. thus th~> F.tlna- Antl lift• withnnt !lpil'O WCI\11•1 "''l'lit· gcrn1 of milltari!!m cuts its gun· b£'-grl'nons way futo the \'ilnlK of nations, .fny- Spit·e f I thot ~·ou sni 11 !'piNt. l' \'('r · fiutliu~ it 11 uncsrn pa Lie outlct-own te, rll'Strudion, an1l war. To m\!1 nr. Goclfrt•y-Ecllson declares thnt l he grt~a tt>11t urgurnl'n t ugninst mili tar· four hour 'R Sll'l'J'l pl'r night is enough ·1101, nsi•lt• from the l'o•onomit, ethical, or for nny mnu. Nearest the College polith·nl, is itK tcullerwy to srgregut(', Prof. lfoffrnnn-Thut is <'Xnctl)· what to isolut'• uutioHK1 with th o resu ltant m~· hnb.' ' thinkR. prt'NIIIHJII ion that humanity's self is J.u c:. a~tt~n. eu•• 111111 ill(,. of n•aliz:1tbn only through Ill•' ~ rnvnt c the issue rnthcr than sf'ttll' il. IMry Wll&tr, Au't Ca~lw :tgrn··~· ol' !101111' orH', single nationality. W•• <lo not propose this Worltl Conrt lt!'l The Eastman Co. of Hochester, N. paid $1,600,000 for :-lu•·h a ' ' iC\\ i11 nnt tommonsensiblc, llrt' mttgic w11nd to stop this Jlri'Rent the f9rmula to manufacture the above Photographic paper. -cint·o it belies l'ivilization itself. whose c•onflngrnlion. nor lln v.•e predict that nt ovitlerll'e prO\' l'S a tlistiuce e\·olution MacDermand uses Artura. Our Carpera and Lens are the Oil('(' spears will ht' turnctl into prunlog Capital $50,000.00 from a hoterogeueit)· to a homogeneil,\' btst money can buy. hooks nnd swords into plowshares. What Miobipa or, as Plato observed, '• nbnvc all nn· we do opine ia eonaistent with existing Hs" 4 30 years experience, with quality our motto. makes our tions is humanity"; and 1 friends, it is conditions, for we believe that n Court place known as the Studio with the Magic Skylight. upon the strengthening of tbe bond of of the NMions will mnterinll:y eliminate CilileDa PhoDe 107 :L humanity which is :1 respcctor of the enuseM of future wars, and ahoulc1 nt>ithl'r bountlnr,v line or creetl, that to· ('Cro·hntll'l' rt W~tr be flec1art'd, We sbnJI Appointments Preferable, II a. m. to 4 p. m. for best results morrow 'H reign of I:J w i11 usslll't•tl. nt lt•a11t· h~t\'O the satisfaf'tinu of know He\'il•w with me un h1tid cnt which STUDIO AT ZEELAND ing what wr nrc fighting for-not likr• nne of our wn,. corn•spotHit>n ts rel:l t es. our blind hrothers tonight, who are rt wns ncnr th e !tnt lll.'llt>ld of Rbcirne bl!'t•tling {'nr h othl'r without knowing that th o Gcrmnn11 Wl.'rr l'nlr{'nrhctl ; eli · wh~·. Tltr prm·t•tlnrr of this court wlll rrctly oppositr wcr~> thl' EngliHh . On b~> Ki 111 i lu r in 1111111,\' rt'Rpects to the Su· tht• day hefurr Chrislnt:lK, 11 German pr{'liH' ourt or tltll rniterl StatCfj itll uffi,•Pr wrupprtl n IIH'II!Itlj.C(' uhout· n stunt> rightR of e:tiMII'nrc-ju!llit•o for nil unrl tht·t•w It into the Englhth treur h. An humanity, or, aR our own John :Marsh11ll ~~ngli11h ollic~>r nn!l'wPrrtl tIn> noll' and with as much care liS your physician, for on his ability, honesty hall sa i.1, 11 rouditiou wherein "Russin !l•·•·ortlingly, nit hough 1111 I rnce hncl been and relaliability depend the entire effectiveness of your glasses. · 11 and Ot'nevn han! <'lflllll rights • R{'nl· Citizens Phone 1470 nHIIIP, these two lll{'n lt•ft fh(.lir lren<"hes I wish that everyone who comes to me would first inquire as izing, ton, that there 11re vagabond11 about nightfall nno l nth·:tnt'Ptl slowly to my responsibility and ability 55 West Eighth Street and law·brenkers in the most eulturecl lnwur.l l'at·h oll1er. 'rh!' Uer rnu n l'nrri ed com1nnnity, so also run we expect spor· 11 little trt'e with fli ·keri ng t•nndles on adic· onthrf'aks; and to cope with such It, nn•1 the Englil(hm11n n plurn·vnuding, exigendf's, we would further propose a :nul llll'rt' I hey silt nlmo11t all hristmas Graduated Optometrist polit•o forrc whose duty would be to niglr r· IJ,•t Wl'l.'n ll11' Iwo arm ie111 and he· 208 S. Rinr An. preRC'r\'O an<l m11intnin international or· Citz. Pboae 1377 HOU.AND, MICH• . twl'l'll tht'm- lhto tn•€'. Thl' militnr~ clt'r. Thill solution doe!l not 1}\ilitatfl nuiform :uul thc Chri11tmns trrl.', coc h again11l 11 sane prepareclnl.'l!fl, nor does ~~~· mbolirnl of a potential u,rnamic-thl' it 11rgne total <lisnrmoment, since both ' nu<', n hreedl.'t· of IIU!!pil'ion nntl fe:.r , conRlllE'rntlonR woultl be tho issues ot t h<' ot hPr, au e\·idenrP llf good faith rf'tt'IOnnlM nrlju!!IIIIPnt, n function of and fuirness; the une, u ~ uc kler of the \\'urlcl Court of interMtional rn· t·rN•cls lllllworn. the otlwr, 1111~ burning !111' propo11ed plan i11 a phantasy; hut 101'rh of nn unhamp{'r('(l rl'nson; the op~>rntion, without whil'h co·operntion ou'1, :1 • · lfy111n nf Ilnte' ',t he other, the with whl,•h the reign of international Reaular Dinner and Supper 25c !lhf'phl'rtlH ' oug of good will; I hi' one, law is nssured. Short Orders thl' rPiit· of th e Stont' Age, the IIU\'IIgl' I 11nid nt tbe heginoing that wars are with t·luh, H11• other, lht• ' 1 hrist of I ht• An deli' ' -1he Princ•e of Pt>at·e. .As I hi.' product or erookrd thinking. Jf J THIS WEEK DilLY lht' luHI. flick ering randle w<'nt Ol!t nntl h&\'(' prt!I!PIIIl'll the Ritnation fairly i I hnn• :1-nu lyzt>d it rationally; if I ha\'e I he lt (O(' k II ight l(rPw blat• kl'r AI ill, I hP \' i-cion nf the Wotlll Court of tn111nrrow, utn•h• l!tw upp{'tlr lJPtter to you thon \\•l1crein rrn~ton rw•l lnw Nlh!llitnto pns· Wll r1- f ht•l\ J Ullk YOIIr {'ll li!lltnent 811 ft>l· Hion nnd wnr, Hl' mctl to lhcm n lh•ing low students in the grente11t of all 6 West Eighth Street reality; thot law must !!llpl'rKecle wor t·nu. e11. the <•nullo which strives to set ,.. .1 • • pcoplP thinking in o. Rlralght line. And l!o·t'lll l'u lllf'VI 1·a 11 1 e. Next to Van's Restaurant . 1 nnt1 whill! t III'Jienl to you, I om ~ontcloua ' 1 ·111 11IC 1ngtrn Tl1nl 11 or IIc (.our ' t 1 II t~tu(lent body of l e ngcn 8 II' 1'0118t'118U8 I) r· of •thnt int(lrnntionn1 , II rn (• ti t•all · "OI.. · · t ti ~ . wlurh we conshtuto only n part, but n ld' OJliOI 0 II On Ill erno OIIR 1 Rualr8. , , , . · r t h t wt t h \vhom rest the tdeas, the very bus· . rt 111 a Rl' 1 n · nn110ns 1tavc grtcv· . . . . .111110 18 1HI t nn lorv ~ ·111111\' · 1 OR hO a 111'1'11 JllH ' of tomorrow: au:l rN'OAntV.tnl:( tht!! 1 t~nl ightPneo puhli•• opiniuu t•nmp('lll tlu• nwful ri.'Rpnttlllhi!it~·. I plMtl with you At , . . - lt. ·:· ltw , .. wut lL 1• II(J'1\' II( IICl 1 I0 III kI' h'II! I l'lf soberly' I l'rl.'nC'f'S t'0 ll In weigh lhl' t!t.~llf' HllnPh·, ' ... ,. ...au. ilfjllllrPI,\' 1'\'Cr infllll'lll'f'fl hy lht\ uJtj • 1 t'llllrl or lnw, inlltl'ntl nf pt'rlllitl ing hitn ·... c•on t en t'1011 1"' tllf' nn ·wn Hnving done . t mal o rnd-ttumanitv. to sc·L·tl"'" 1lin A Trial ia a Proor · mrthotl or h · 1 · t So thi11, ~·ou will better nppretinte the rea· p ystcn eom 1m . , n1110, h f h h' h f b 1 · lsonn enru o t ~> p 1 osop y o t e rIOf's umveraal ~om mon Hense demnutl . . ot tht> nationll of today, thnt th~ 011 _ lowly Onhlenn, who 18 11 our pea.ee, who both one, n!ltl broke down the • t cs · 11,\' nr 1l it rn t'1011 nwlo J·11 d·u·ate th•i ... r £1Ulpu , • EDWARD BROUWER 1 inflt l' 8 .:.n ot tb e presen t 1neane me th 0<18 mutdle wall partition-... , ••• 10 208 RIVER AVENUE kl , of Nest to Holland Rualt Co., 176 E. 8tb St. 1 ot Jllnnging into w:.ara that always mn ng pence. Citlaena Pbone 1465 HERE

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Franklin ·Policies Are Registered

A Dollar Alarm Clock or a Solid .Silver Spoon with every $5.00 sale

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