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cxtensi,·e and rar>id has b ·, c a) can hardly realize h o w .. .. . ee n t le de,·elor) f ,radnates. uf l>tlt a· fe w years a llll:nt Hope CoJI... .. £rr · ' " ·h r n th t \' Yis it th ,· I . . g-o arc, how ,·er, amazed I II tr a ma mater tn th s I tan Y realiz e th ·tt 't · tl . e. c < ~ys. The,· c~u1 ' I 1 le same tJBtit t. f . ' \\' t' re graduated hut a I t . ~ tt to n rom which they s 1 r time arro V \ 'I me men to of piuneer d . . t- • an eck FI all. the . ·I II . . a) s , toge th e r with tl , II :-.<.: too nuldmg- an· the o nh· 1 1 h : o < g-rammar \\ ' hen th. '. ."' an< marks o f fo rm er cJa,· . e prc.::-.cnt \\Ttter was en 11 I * . til the fall of 1 7"' tl C 1 •ro. C:"C a : a student. it wa . :;,, l e o Icgc as a cor . . . )' potatt o n. wa · nine .'car · o ld. In·thes• ) 't!ar · th no t 1 · er(' 1ad b en pro,Trt· . 1 · a p amly Yi · iblc . · s , JUt 1t wa T a mtg1lt be expecte d . o the buil<.lino- alrcad , \ ' leek IIall, the old~ G. } on the campus in 1866, \ f an I ) mnasnnn anJ the )0' I H >C -.· n added hart c r IIall ' ge o us e, had , a o ne- ' tory b ·1 1· unly fo r its steep roo f a . lll t mer, remarkable mar school b ··I I' .~ nc1 <1tngy recitatio n r ooms the Gra ttl ( tn <T stdl tan r I ' mso far it was the do~ of m ( m~, anc the old laboratory. In m o dation . y ~ all thm gs, makes hifts and accom -


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( )n t h e pl a t fc,rm o f th e n lcl -hnpel. th e n.•mnc\,:lcd ,ym na~ium . which t h e l. u ys of · >2 h at\ huilt . . at. at m o rning praye r~ . a fac ul t y of :-:c,·c n, o n e mon.' th e ugh in '(il . < f that n u mh c r hu t o n e i. n ow conn <: t ed w it h th e instituti nt. D r . ;_ J. K o lle n. a n d a ll t'='C C' pt tw h a\'c ~on ~ to tlll'i r rcwnrd . Th c~e ~t· ,·en w L~rc ~uppn:-:ccl tu take cha_r~e f twe~ \' e cla~.:.;c~ in the three d epart m ent~. T his is t h e w a y it wa:; ch n e : T h e prof,__·:.;~or~ t a u g-h t th e t h en \ ~ia n ~ a n d col k:..(i:-tn~ a n <l 1 ·ft t h e ·'pr eps'' to t h e tende r m crcit:s o f the upper classml'n . wh thus g-aint>cJ experi m e n ta l k n ow \ dg-e of t h e a r t o f tca r hi n g. The fac ul t y numbered . even, but th e teaching- fc r e w as pcrhap~ a scor e. T h e r e w ere no ~pecialist~ in those da y s. in tlee<l t h e profes~ or in c h a rge of a n y cl part m cn t w as in ch nr g-c f a g r eat m a n y o t he r thin gs; t o m en tio n just t w o . Dr. Scoll, a fte rw ard s pres id e nt. was, T b cli eYe , profc~sor o f n nt nra l hi:-;to ry and in c h a r ge f ge n e r a l hi stor~ , ch urc h hi ~tory a n cl gn,·crn m e n t a nc\ chemi~try; b cs icl c · h e sometimes ta u g ht p h y . ic:-; a nc\ h.•ctur cd o n h r i. t ia n e , ·ide n ces. lt g c w ith u l ·ay 111 g- th at h e h acl charg- o f t h e lab nrato r y . ,oocl Dr. 11 eck fa r ed li ttle b etter, Lati n . Greek ant \ lT "br ew w e r e his r egu la r bra n ch es. hu t that h is t ime- m ig h t h e

\ \ . hen . il<:nt tr · c:-;· 111 · t I o u d mn ~ i c l> r ...·ak : \ \ ' [I Tt)Jl , l thrO;-l t~ o f~· o u J- h"JJ...' d ,,·arh lc rs n'o w t 1 H . ll pro u d hrutc..:-m u thl·r thr ' .· ' re urne( . Th ...·ir da rling ofT . . Hlg"d lt l'll Ill adow:.; take . pnng. pry and unco n ct rned. ' \ \ "h · With · •t·l·n.· thrifl .- t lte atr sh o uts o f childhoocl J·u ,· lltr pcnn etl t J"f \ \ ·h :· ~p I c n o w o nce agai n "t·t free. ~ · y e..n mer;·,· I - nHt Hkn .~ 1aug 11 and :ong cmpJo, .' c,t, leav en and l"a rt h p r o c la im a jubilee-- ,

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" THE PILGRird s . ,. \ \ . hen T aunts 1>reaks w · 1 . · . star-crnwneJ · • \I tid clnud~ th<..'it" cnrl . 1 , . . ~ . t:1r< "ml r b o und , \\ ' 1! }'. . . } )Cl\C , 1I l t0 11S ~!tower. '- n I I~: ~tH ntg~ forth in 111\Tia I 11 , . \nd natur. - ... ~ c m ot a nd .oun I. t pt O \ .. ~ h~ r n •n o \·ating- po w '-.· r:

ncc u p ied p hi s in l g-y a n d log-ic ' "ere Cl<hl d . D r. C ri sp 1\ w:ts pro fessor of th eology in its ,·arinus hran ch e~ . bu t f Hl n <l time, o r m ad t ime, to t each a~trnnnmy a n d hi g h e r mat hematic. . n c b w e r e t h e con cl ition s ~ntil '77 ,V'tten th ~ t h eolog-ica l cl~. partm e nt w a . st t. p enclc<l a nd t h e cla~ scs were con seq u entl y ri spcll res ig n C'd r cclucccl to ei~ht. Tn '78 nr~. P h elps a nd and Pro f~. P,oet· a nd K lei nhekse l w ere a<lclc<l t th e Faculty and th e Cou n cil a ha n <ln n ·d th e e m p loymen t r sttt<J ··n ts as

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Tht·Y glow. they s mil e . they l a ugh. tlH·y joke. they ~i ng-. \\:ith \\'ilcl bewitching- juy the way alJo tnHl ~ . tiJ ibrious mir t h. the like.·. nn god~ could bri n ~.!) One c!imax only . uits- 1 l ope's sacred g-rounds. llo w man· elou~ is th1~ pl ace! :\ly teriou~ llf"" Fr m num c rntts ~nurcc:-' !ill' the swe llinp; hre ~ts t. J-lop ~·s queenly grO\\' th ~ lo ne pilgrims gro wth re,·i\·c; ller fruits of 1 arning ~ m ~H· k o f nectar bl est. Kow co pe~ th min<l \\ i!h cute phil o~nphic:, Th e n thrill s the :oul w ith music s w ee t and ~ tr nn::r. K o w ma n ·cls cy e at v; o ndron s scicncies, ,\h . could poor pil gTim h ere the h t) llr~ prolnn~!

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(. ft dicl the waiting \\' Orld your merits l earn; :\I,. .. ble · ing o n y ou r w ;,y. a hi es ing b e, ., Again I send , ·ott forth- but to re turn.

THE MISSION OF THE SMALL COLLEGE. Alumni Banquet, 1-Iope College, June 19, 1906. i:ratres Alumni: I am n o t o f t h at number \\'ho think that th " ~ m a ll col lL'f..!"'-' ' ·t· lo ngs to the pa..;t. J belic\·e that it ha :-' an indi :-'JH.'n::ahlc glorion~ than it~ r resent and that it i · tu ha,·c a future m or

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p ·bt h as hL' CI}. !'ay thi:-; whi k r ccogntztng to it ~ full extent the tH.' Cl' S:-'ity in lHtr gn·at edttc..::-ttinn a l system of the large cnllcgc. the t l·c hni ~.·a l school. •~ncl the t111i\·e r:ih·. ~ <tid :\I r .• IUi :-.~ Uerry. editor of the .\t l:\ntic .\[ nthly. at a llll.' ting of the graclutl':" ui \\ ' illiam~ ··< llc ~c held a few year~ a go in l~ nston: " In th e larg~ co llege ~ the stud •nts ha\·c n o lime to think. In my expcri l'nc <: in l'rince to n l found that th e best thinh.: rs w e re those \\ h o camL' from th ~ little unkn w n colleges oi the :\I idcllc \\" c..;~. The~c m Ln pos~ e. s a certain pOWl'l' of relle ·tioll a11d of a:-;..;imilating thl..' fL\\' facts \\'hich they po..:st·ss \\·hich is n ot ftntncl in the uniYer:;ity ~tudent. The tl'nclu1cy in the uni\·ersity. g-ro\\'ing mor~ and m nrc st ro ng . i s to'.\ arc ) the re prl..'s~i n of i nd i ,·id ual opi nio n. It tak t s great courage to ~ta n<l up and assert yuur:-;clf against th e uniy c r~ity. mol>. The type oi men wh o can d o this is \\'hat the sma II col ::Cgc can and :-:h uld <IL , -clop ." r\ ddtingtr.i sl!cd alumnus of fiamilton ~< liege , Ifon . l~lihu R oot. at the comml·nceml..'nt o f that college in tgc>r , had thi ::; to ~ay: .. I h d ic,· ' that the :\m e ri ·a n b oy h as better chances for ed uca ti o n. for training. for making- a true · uccess nf his lif~ . in a college f no t m ore than 300 s tud ents, remo ved iro m the g-r<:at centers of population where: student · are hro ught into intitltatc association \\'ith th ~ ir in structo rs; wh ere th e air is full of college spirit ; wh r c he is breathing a ~cholastic a tmosphcr • year by yea r; and wh e re the col lege i · t h l' all in a II c' i co II c g-c 1if I?." 'The small college in th e e rem ark s is o n e [ three hundred :-:tuclcnts o r lc:-;s. During- the pa:-; t thiny years I ha\'c b ee n thrown into co ntact, o r m on accurately s peaking. h a\·c w o rk e d side by side with m e n and w nmc n who ha\·c h cc n trained in all kinds o f edu cati< nat inst itullo ns. located in nea rly en.'ry part of the ·nited tates of .\m crica. I h av there fo re a fund o f personal obst•n ·atio n and e~perience upon which to draw in order to reach s me cunc! u ~io n s . :\L o r co ,·er, 1 ha \ ' C s u pcn·ised the w o rk o f men from Jlan·arcl and fro m other great uni,·er · iti cs as w ell as that o f men and women from state n ) rmal sch ools ancl from small coll eges. Xnt o nly ha,·c I s upervised the work of these indi,·iduals, hut r have freely min g le d with th em in socia l a nd in ci\·ic life. ~ l y conclusions coincide with tho c of the \·ery eminent me:n who m 1 jus t now quoted.


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] am proud c~l l a!ma m at ·r. Surely . th e in sp irat ion t study and to think . t h e d .,·clnpment o f d i;.;tincti,·e in d i,·id u~ lity. lh l' nphuild ing- o f stro ng- and pure ch~ ractc r . and th e qui cke ning o f th e ~p irit o f loy:tlty t (;ocl and lo man, all o f ''--h il' h h a \' L' c ,·cr b t c n pcculiady, I m ~ y :'1y cxcJu..;i ,·cly. chara t·t~.: ri:-- tic (ti th t rai nin :z ni the ~m~dl cnlkg-c, s hall fu r eYe r ju:--tify its e'xi s ten c~ anti :- h a11 fCJ rcn~ r sanctiiy its mi:'sio n. 1{. U. D. :t:\1 0 :\~' 0 ~.

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ln t h i:-; c u 111 H : c t 10 n k t h i Ill h r i c..•fh · m a k · n Cl t l' u f t h r c 1.: point:-:. Fir:-;t. ~omc o f hi :-: tc ~H.· h t·t·=-- in th e '-' t>lkg-c \Y ~· n· ,-e n · ~n o d . and o ther~ wc..• r ~.· pr11hahly 11 11t =--o !_!IHHI. lmt he i:-- c..- hi ctl _,. impres,cd \\' ith th e i~t c t th ~!l he..• did n•H ~l't the n tn:--t th:1t h . .· mig-ht h n ,·c g-ot out , f c..·,·llt th e l<'a:-:t cfii ~· i c..· nt c•f tlt t·nL I ! l' i=-con ,·incccl that it is ,·c: ry. n •ry s<:ldum th nt it is si 111pl y the fact o f a n inf ~r i nr t c ·tchl'r that \\' ill cxplnin a ma n' s l :u: k of ;uh·a n n·. Of co urs e there arc sonH· t eac h ers fa r more Lanh.' d th a n o th e r :-:, s t me \\'it h a pu ...;i ti,·c g '-·n iu u s fnr in s trll ~: ting n n d t ' ll Jt p ~: int..". h~!t oi t h ~ \\'ritl·r·s in st ru ch rs there is n nt n n e n f who m h ~ d ocs n o t fu.• l fro m the \' iC\\' lH> in t t 1i l tHby . that tlwn· " ·a, phnty lll<•rc t t~ h e h a d if h e h ~ d n ·ally \\'ished it and tri\·en t ~et it. The n ext pn in t is that. after all. it is th e character o f the m e n tha t i:l :·art! L'l yt~u. n t t so Jllll r h ~ h eir k: t rni; ; !~· . that i:-; t lw thin g o f ,-aln : . l \\'cHi ld n o t h a \'1..' h -·l iL'\Td that frt~m Ill\' h .·art twenty yc:trs ago. :\ n ·rtain d eg-rt•·: n f tc..· ·lm iea l ~k ill. m n n· n r It-..:'. n 11 t h c p:n t o i a t l' a c h e r i ~ a m : 1tt c r o i r l' Ia t i ' · L' 1y 111 i n n r i111port:utct·. T he diiTt·r~· nt d('g-r . . cs o f srlt n l:trl_,. t'lptipment Clll th e part ni thn:::e wh o tau ght 11ll' cl••t·s n ot .... ta n d out p rom inently a t al l to day: hut thc..·ir diffe r e n ce in m o r al eq uipm e nt d n t•s. I re l ~H·mher \\'ith th . kc· . .·n es t :-!rati t udt• th l' ll..• ac h L' r \\'hn w as unfail ing- in th e fait hiuln e:'s with wh ic h he rl'lurncd n ur r ed-ink-co rre cted ex<.rci~c:-: . and th e o n e t hat ~tood n·ady. nay. \\ n~ \·:tg-c..· r . t o r . peat th e exp lanat i·· n ( f n clirticnlt point n t Pill' <.'. but a d oze n t inH'='· prtJ\·idcd un !y th e pup il s in ce rely wislwcl to und e r. tancl. Re:tlly. th e qu es ti n n wh et her a ~mall \\'estern C<J II cg-c nr s . .·min a ry. or a larg-l' J-::1 ~tc rn o r \\'c...:t ...·r n u nc is hctt ~.· r fo r o nc'=-dc,·c )c,JHlH'nt. is a qu es tion that can ,,nh· h e :tl1'\\'l'n· d eac h fc r eac h . h u t look ing hack at my 0 \\'11 .;;rJ;oul da ,·s . wh ile 1 m:t, nH· r it the c ri tici:-: m n f IJe ing- -utw. mhit io u s. m,_- " ·o n<kr is o nJ·,. that t h e questio n int e r es t t• d me a~ much ;t~"' it did. and m~· r , gret i!' o nly that 1 ft·ll so shorl l>f \\·orking- the 111inL' al h n n ~ l fnr \\'hat it \\'a ~ r e.dh· ,,. rth. :\' o r do J think I ~lppr<'ciatt· d the impn rt a nn· ,·,f th~.· =--tudc..·ttt l1ndy. n o r th e dig-nity o f my 0 \\'11 p ns iti.tm as a st ud e nt o f th L· culll-gt. ( )rdinari ly I d o n o t think I fel l ,·en · iar s h n rt in 11 1' d~ttic s: ~ n e_,·er m a d e a gr~.· at deal of tro uhl t~ : and I certain!:,. <.lld a kw thm gs calculatL'd t o h e lp o ut all around ( L'. g .. I ran.c. .:·

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Uut I n~\· cr r ealized t h at a ~tro ng fa culty, a ..:.t rong- rc ltll lc..·il al n nl· wer e unable to make a stro ng in t ituti o n •1f learning: t h at it w a~ n ecessa ry fo r the student t ha\·c not •n1!y a hi g-h id ea l fo r him~ c lf . hut a hi g h idea l fu r the tudent b o dy as wd I. I n c \·e r s uffi c ie ntly r eal ized t h a t colleg-e d ays \\'ere days when o n wa. to ri. e fa r a b o Yc t h e p lan e of being drugged al o ng- hy in:'tructors, or o f b eing k e pt in lin e hy t h e cli:-;cipli n a ry dril l m~L tc r; the day fo r e n dea ,·oring to h elp ma int ai n a · high- to n ed st u de nt m ora le , n ot a whi t infe ri o r to the highest ideal held fo r t h e Faculty o r C uncil. 1''-·rhaps it is a li tt le unrea. e nabl e t e x pect y out hs under t w e nty tc) take quite st> re.spo n ~i bl e c:t ,·ie w as that but some men did. ;u_1d it \\'Oul <.l h a ,·e been better if all hau.

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Declare His love, His truth proclaim. 'l'n res-cue m e n ft:om ·~tan's tll::t.\1 : Thy love 'mid ev'ry conquest win. 'l'b?· ~'pi t~i t .l·r ush wron_g s p:n'· r ~~r~\ mt~.~~~~ His ·word Thy sword, His will thy chutce; \\ h :k wt:. the L hurcb u -o:t (\ , P· ~l} .

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\\' ith t hi!' i~~u~ o f th e Anch r , t h e n ew :taff tak es up th e w o rk perfo r nH.· cl so efficiently and fait hfully in the p ast by in r m~ r college ~tuck nt s , o m e of wh o m ha \·e long s ince left <.'u r cam Jm:-; and ot h er, of wh o m ar r ::till with u s fo r a shor t time. As w e look o \·er the fil es o f old Anchors-way back th n ug-h tht' years as far as '9-+ and 'os-and sec a ed itors an d st aff-m cmbl·r.s, th e n a me. of thos · wh o a r \.! no w o nr ho no red pro fc~ :o r s o r mini t er s o f ou r larges t c hurc hes o r fi lling other r c~p ) n s ib1e positio ns. w e h ave a qu ct: r l ittle fe eli ng o f doubt an d dread and r ea lize h o w Yery s mall our fe et are to occupy the s hot' , lc·ft b eh ind for us and w e can on ly hope th at wh e n the year is past we s ha ll have hon e tly done our he. t to fill at lea ·t a litt le co rn er o f these cast-off sho "'s. \ Ve begin with n n apo log-i<:s ; \Ve make n o pr mises. \\'c ask the help o f every a lumnus and . tud ent in order to m ake the Anchor a success. It is y o nr paper, not o urs, an d each o n e s ho uld help in hi!' share of the work . \\hen yon receive your AllC·b or at any time rluring th e y ear, after look ing i t o,·er, llon't l'a t it asid e• w it h a m ere passi ng r emark of "\;V o rsc than e ye r '' r " Punk:· but tell us hotH.' tly where and , ho w w e can impn'l\'t' n tr pap ~ r


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LECTURE COURSE.

Tlo pe's lecture c uurse o f this y ear is ngni n t o on r sorrmY a

hdp they will ~i,·e u~ in thi direc ti n. The :.ll umni h a,·c ag-ain ~h c l\\"11 th ~: ir intt:n·:.;t a nd :q>prc-

tcJ~tzs /Jun. " The last numbe r occurred ~larch 18, when J. Adam I3l~ll e poke ou '· ur Country nnd It · Pr\> ble m . . " \Vith a promptilud e o f historical allu ions , with a cl e pth o £ rr·scan·h mill wita wo rds o f rloq n nee he p ictnretl the e ,·n luti or\ o [ our co untry a1 d

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launch o ur crait o n thL· tn nt bl nu ~ s ea o f cu ll t.'~L· juurn a li~ m.

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~tnclcnt b >dy prl'sc n t ..:d 1\Jr. n. lllOC tnenda\. ()l\ r janito r. With a go~ (\ wa tch :1.~ a tOkL·ll n the m u rning- of l\ larc h 28. thL

o f th eir appre ciati 111 o f his " o rk wi t h th e hnh) lll a nd brn..: h . n the same day th e Faculty also prc:;entcd him with a put·:-c of twenty cl li ars.

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remind ccl that it i r- o w twenty yea r ~ that he lt:ts served I l ope a llege as jt!nito r. Faculty and stucl c: nts he lic ,· c that " la h<' r.

:.til labor is n o b le ancl h o l _r" and therefo r e clesc n· cs its r e ward . The Alumni ha,·c f nd reco llectio n s o f the geni:1 l janitor. They rejoice in thi

op p o rtunity to voice th :. ir r es p ect a nd

'The y('ry fact that ~Ir. Bloemrn<lal has kn o wn eyery g ratluate of 1T pc fo r t'"·enty years pro ,·es th e h a pp y

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R l'Y. Rui ~yh writ s from :\1 •ri nka . J apan: Th o ug-h o rig-in a lly ~ent o ut h y t h e n oa r cl o f FnreiCTn ~r i--. h . t o n~ o f t 11c. 1"''-· . A. a s a mi ssio:w r y t o hin n, I am n ow lnc:· t c d in th e n o rthern part o f Japan. Thi. is o win g- t o thL' fact th a t a three y ea r s ' trial o f the clim:1.te o f .\ moy cunYinrcd th l! physici a n s that it w as impos~iblc for me: t o r e1;1ain in that fidd f lal~or. Th ( b o ard therefo r e tra n. fcrrt'cl lll l' 'ro tht• !'orth J :_tpan ~.li :s io n . . \ftcr s tudying the lnag- un g-c fo r a year 111 th e ~tty o f [ o kyo I w a a s ig-n e 1 t the c ,· nn~cli !" tic w o r k in this n o rth co untry. \\ c are livin g in th e citv, o f :\l o ri o k:t. which is th e capital o f thi prcfcctnre . lt i a -ci t ,· of somL't hing o ,·cr 30.000 inh abita n L. \\'ith th e ex ce ptio n -o f a (a mihh<:l o n g ing t o the Baptist ~li" io n w e a r c n t o nlY th e on \~· Euro p ea ns in the city. but th e o nly l:. nropcan ,::; w ith.in a radit;, o f O \ ' r a hundr e d mill's. A uffici e ntl y larg e pari~h f r thL· m ~t ambitious w o rk e r. \ -ery si n c ~n· ly your fe ll o w A_lumnus.

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g-en c r:tti o n at II l J> C it i. th e cli~tinct ;t<h·antag-c n f IH:-in g ahlc t o s pc..·a k 11ul1and intellig"l.' lllly. E,·c..·r_v additi•Ht <d l.tng-ttag-c at o n ··s comtnand is that mth: h :tdditional capital. rhe ttn i ,· cr~ity here h :ts jus t ad d ed to th e l l':tc hi ttJ.,!" it>rC(' lf it:-Finc :\rt s school an instnt c h >r 1J ll th e ,·ic l)cllK l'll n. a .\Jr.. \pp~ . inrml·rly o f -"\msh·nbm. a th ornt1g-h -g11ill!.!', j.dly l ) tltcltlll :\11 . Heing the Only two here..' wh o Call C'O ll\ l ' l !'-1..' ill t ill' g-ond oJ d !ang-uas-c. in which :tccnrding- t o Jllany a )' i"tl -' :-:cllJI. th '-· Hit. \· was writt<'ll . w h:nc many a ~<uHl tim e at tlh.· c xpl.·n sc o f tl h . .th c r ~ . . \ year or m o r e ag-11 I h ad tlw pka:-- un· nf c ntt•rt :ti n in:.,:· i<J r a coupk of day :'. :\Jr. \ '::t n C >ordt. thl' violin :-:nlnist. th ~ n w ith the Tho mas t n :lt :; Ira . .:\ happic..·r 111a11 I h :t,·c harcl J_, 1.: n : r ~ccn. fu r l \\'as th l' lir..;t perso n \\'h om he h :td met on t h •· -_,· hole tour u f tltc u rdH.::--tra "i t h \\'h llm he cu uld ~ peak in l1 i ... 'Jld honk t o ng-ue. If thl:rt.: is o ne thing- I \\'i ~ h you w otdd impn.~ ss o n th e bnys oi ll()pc..· fo1· me. :md I repeat thi s purpo · cly. it i ~ the hnnPr a~ ' " ell a ~ th e profit. int c lkc t ual , social :md u tht.:n,·ise . )f l>t.:ing- d c~cc ndt.: d fro m the g-rt•atc:'t rar e on c::uth ~ nd nf heing- a hlt.: to s p ea k h er h atttifu! languag-e . :\Ta ny a plutocr:tt of :\ c.:\\· \' rk C ity . ~ewpnrt and el sl.' \\'h c r-e w o uld ~i,· c untold ~ nm !' t b ahl · t pro ,·c a s train o f pure Dutch l•lo ocl in his vein~. I ha\'e enclosed my .. cartwheel'' for clues fl)r 1900 and 1907 · (;or>rl luc k a nd ~ ncc css t o you in your w o rk. Yours inccrel Y, J H ·;.J N. \' :\~I>I:,R \.RIES.

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\\ !Jil c lndia is m:tking ,.a~ t stride: ~ tuw~nl. c ivili zati n that ltaY c n ot b ...· cn n o ticed much in th e ( cc iden t because thev Ita\·\· IH' l ll mad ' sn qui e tly. Chri . tianity h a::; mad e a. d ee p ir~1pr es ­ c:.io n o n 1nclia . ancl th o ugh it s adherl'llt~ o nly numb e r abotn • l ll(' p e r cent of th e p op ulation th:t t h~· no means represe nt ... t h.: am o unt c1f their inAucnce. The \\'h o le country bet s b et•n ka \'en cd hy .the truth~ of the relig-i n n f the :\Ian o f Galil c-L' :trHI som da} s o o n there arc going- t o bt• va ·t ma::; mo,·c m c n t ... ttHYards C hristianity. The ex a mp l~ f Japan has had a trclllendou s influen c e in Jndia, and in many resr<·cts Japan':-a d \· anc~ is r eadily aumitt l.' d t o h e due tn her r elati >n to Chri~ ­ tia nity and her acceptance o f the civilization \\'hi(:h Chri. tian i ty alon e · can gi ,·e. It is true that much o f th e agitation that is takino- place in In lia does n o t sc.:e rn to b e favorable t<• 'hri. tianity n o r to th e Britis h g-ov-e rnm e nt, but it is w e ll t e~ remember that thl.! loudest talkers arc not always th e:! mo ~ t intluenti :\1 or th e larges t in numbe r. The majority are quil·l anu do their d a y ·s w o rk without much .. tir. y e t they arc:! tilt me · that mus t be recko ned with. India' progress may seen ! :; )o ,v but there is progress. T o day i · n o t as was ye · tenlay an d t n morro w wi11 be diffe r "nt from t o day. And another g enera ti o n will see a ne\v a n u entirely changed India. 1, fo r one, a n ~ ;.!'lad t o be h e re at this time. The only fly in o ur 0 intm l nt i-thc limitatio n th at i. put up n u ~ h y tiP l imited m e an .~ s u p pi ic d us for work fr o m h o m e.

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Banning-a: ~lclur i.· ct t o wn o f 10.000 inhabitant. and th c.: \\'h o le t e rri tory und e r my s upen·i. iu n has 340.000 peopl e in it. Tht• mis:' i1 >n ha~ 15 scho Is in thi · t e rritory and :tl ~o Catechists and Dih l '-\\'Omen. '\' c arc lo cat ed 18 mi les frnm our neaH·:-: t white IN. ighbo r . but ~cldom fe e l lonely a s the Indians h er,· arc ,·c ry fri e ndly and arc fine people. This .·tati n has n o t a large tntmbt: r o f C hri ~t ian!', but we tru:;t that th ei r nnmb ·r will in cn·a!--t' as the years g-o hy. Tt is mis-hty int eresting living- in th e E;' . t at prese nt. Japan has dune great thing-~, and China is about to Jo grea t c.·r.

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\ Jr. nh ><: llH' IHlal? \\. hy. yc;;! .. pu~. y willo w · " ha,·e l>c n ut f r a month or more. ,\:-;k th e little maid in blu e an d white pinafo r e or tlh· marble pla) ing la\1 with ilccl k nu ckk and sand stained jumper. ' :\ me ng- thoo; c whn attended tlh' li\·et-Tlope ba · k et bal l g·ame \\' t' re ~.1 i:-s Hn!-.C I rarriet lhu ssc o i ll c>lla nd anu ).[r. .\ug-u:-;t , . ccnk ·r of ' lara City. ). 1 in n . ). 1 i:-;s nru:-.s e reports a

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g-ood t im..:. It was with h c~itat itJn unwarranted hv res ults that -:\li~~ ~ ~~tclle -:\laric K ol~C i\ con~ente \ to oft1ciat~.: at the organ on thl· 11Jnn1ing f ).larch t h e twenty-sec m<l in the absen ce of tlH' d1apcl pialH). whid1 at th e tim e was ~il ntly gracing t h e gym na.,.ium stage. Et pater et filia can draw notes fr o m difficult

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looks? Robin. arc n o t a:-; plump n o w a s they "i\1 he late r th e sea. on. ckc:idcd up :\I r. A bra h a m Van )J()lltCll has \'oorltees l I a ll . , <~ram .. Apr il Fo l's Day? . ee Benn ·tt"s .. ftceri~, etc . 1

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Wh il e they last. Only e few oo~tles left. Every atudent who deslrea to mo~ke the ir own way through achool ahou l d heve a copy of thla book.

Tb.e p rice oJ "Kramer's Rook of Valuable Formulas, Recipes, 'I'rade Secrets, Processt•s Ate.'', has been redu ced from ~5.00 to $l.25, Cor a short time. nl e r the bnnk while yuu ·au gf\t it. "[t's" a 1 ' pring tonic· for any L)ll:.;iuesii. . I )id "go" into every State anfl ( 'au1ui a, besides several foreign eouutries, this yea r. ·'It" makes l m-;iuc:;d ''go" anJ bring::~ in th~ $ $ $ to y :,u. Endorsed by all Jllauufac turers. liAt~rt~ u •nl,y on• .kranurr'<~ :7./ooA-. ''Kramer's I3t>llk of Trade Hee ret~" was wri tten hy Arlolplt K rnmer, Analytical .h e Ill i:-;t, ns:-:.iste .J l>y othe r expert . ~I r. Kramer was l'Uucatec.l in Gernltln\· · ~ most. unted technical schools, autl was for ()\·er thirty years t 'Oll ;tet·lt•d \\'t Lll l:wge manufacturing coneerns in Germany anrl the U. 1 ' . lt. is the most. complete til ing over writIt'll on flavo riug extnwts, gi,·ing Jornwlas that ha,·e ne,·er bee n publi $hcd, costi ng from 3Uc p~r galit>n and whol esaling fo1· S3.:JO }l "r gallon up. 1t contains l111ndr~ds ~· f oth er formulas whi ·h ha\'t• lle\·er h c fn re app<'ared in print, " ·II P're t.l1e C'ust has ranged for each formnla to st>ts of fl>nuula,!o,, fro:n ~G t n ~100. l•: ,·e.r_v person who is nut. of empl nyment can mak e JW >re out. o[ t.his unok than a. perso n in o rdinary uusiucss can on a ca.rital o f R ll ,000. "Xramt~T . , fc• Crt~am .. l:i a hooklet \\ laidt has just bet--n is~•J P.d, t ~ lling liow to make a prime ic• cr"u7t for 2() c·puts a gallclfl , ab-;olut •ly pnrc. and will l':tSl!i iu au,v f,m,l Jaw stale, hesiJes gi,·in.u a unmber of other fonn •.Jlas •\lld inrln·m :u.ion. Can't tt>ll nll aho ut i t here. n pgu lar pri ·e $2 ..30, 1}() \\' $1 .00, or bu t h book~ !;)2.00 . SIOUX PU8LISHINtJ CO l\1-'A~V, Sutherland, Iowa.

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