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B;. poet !f ~ II~ :=~ "h a the line dillplay of eloquence wblch theme wu well denl"p~. and fn\!i- tiOD. )fr. f&l'ried out hfa .... 1tJarJ· WW 1M . . . . . to . . . bly JtUent~ ~. 1_.1.... _ iIIeie h_ .. _~ DODdltioM? Aa rID.*h.-l followeeL And when the COIl_ wu "The Anll... r.... IduA!," one o! rne vonm;'~- ; . . w_ - . . with a 1p17',1 to ... lectliJrea oftr and the dacllion 'lfU hein, wlDJrlq oratlous, rfyen by Gerald L b«a Dr IBll till ad .,..... , of awallied/ 1t WIt a tell,lt and undeelded Ilelone, of !Il~ CoUe", New penoaal , . . :or ~ .,..." !lOt of oar Ia till audielliCe that Wondered'Wilo dI. win- COIliCOrd Ohio, wU.the nm iii ord.r but ratIaer a Iitaa.....u., oupt .. be b.... nen would he, for, II I aald, it w.. a ~. Ilelone II a pI_q speaker boll, and told III what partIeaJar . .,. mauUoll that • JU1lRIar 1f8IIII reu conteet In which no epeaker dl.. WIth a calmly lore"'. ItJl~ 01 pra- our 0hristiaJl ftlisrioll wou1dllelp . be debitaIJ let a»ut u 8CllOOL played any decided aaperiority. No tory,that took well with tile audience. ify the a~=m. bemuddl. . . . of WOK ..... .to lDa .to be a IlOl& _Oft order 01 ~ent wu annollJlCed In In w addrelt he::1Wlowed the..eonr.e vanous eollJltriea. -. tIIII ._ul the judgea' decillion, .. thla mUlt not of ~iltory throug;!! .BoDle and GersPeaJdq of the aouI -of I.~ 'l'IIenf0re, I, Albert E. SIetper, Clew- ... lit - 1ft_ 'be diy.u)ged until after the 11nal con- many, Ihowln, how in the former he said that Ita bvdeaa wu their'" !If tha St:ate of ·ichI..... do Uaa more ...." teat at Hutinp, N~, on the the eommon ideal w.. po.er and in peror ,Worahip. It II DOt filr to WI IIIJ' PI'OdamatIGR ad ~ ud 8th d.y of May of thlt year, but the th~ I.tter a .elllab domlnatlon of civilization to COIJIII&rt It with &W tile week ~ April 11, 1dIIn ..ncs.t. three or.tiona rankine bl,helt 'fI'ere: other peopIee--loree. What w.i 01 Japan. To be 1IlN, J ..... hu RI .. SCHOOL WDJt; &lid I Ill'- . . . . em ph chi, , ''TIM' Criaia," delivered 'by Don B. Ame,rica" Ide.1? ''!ore.,'' - he em- 18Uwa1l, telephoaa alii{ oUier thIait NqIIMt the prua, the all I --. M.cN... 01 Knox College, Gal_org, phamed, "can never be &WIled to whleh are marb or c:lvIJiatI_ hut tJGaI ad - - IOCIal ad ..... UNat ch I of u.;~.... Illinoil; "The American Ideal," riven rerulate a elvlliutlon whilae ideal ia these are all rltti from the ~I'. fuI t.JJtd... to rfye thoqht. ~ "'OCJrerJ ~ alit • by Gerald K. lMelone, of Hlllkinrum brotherhood." Ameriu!. Ideal ia In America w'lO forward only II t!I,e .... ~ eollllci«atioll to ' . ~oI. IDR III a College, New Coneord, Oblo; aOG love, and the c:ryatallizatlon of that ilIteitigence of the m.... pubelfor- :-.. ftIIIIIJ'~&aaelten, Yolk cetbednl ....IPIJ». ul "The . Patm to Peace," preaentad by ide.t ia found in the perI01Iality ot ward. If in Japan the EmpeiOr would ~ the portion of tba& week .hice, ad wWa ... , "" !lid Norman Littell, of W&bub College, Cbriat. America mult loaa her life lift up hit handa ad withhold ' hIa or - of thie ad oUJer .........autr TIle editCrawfordnille IudiaM We regret in lemce for humlnity,=thi. done, gifts of our clvlliatlon, tbeIl Japaa GI pIIObIema. iIaaIe are """=1sd: tIIIIr hd . . that Bope fall~d tei pl~e for lUchi. eternal- glory lhall lie here. would very lOOn eo bad: to Ita natural at the CapJtol blwccbt to .tdeI;' the , MCr are ran, but we !rnow thtt It WII not be- "'the Path to Peace," anothe!' win· status. le20. ~ E. S~ Hareh, Iawl , Bat ~ . . . ~ of callie our orator, Mr. Barry J . Bager, nlq oration, WII d.Hvered next by The problem of Chbaa If ita bIck of -, ....... ~ "II inAdequate but ibec:au.e the win. Norman ~ittelJ, of WaIlaab ColJe;re, unity. Although Umited by bowadGcmulOr. Howenr, Wa Qidt illIdl-AMne1'1l were better. Crawfordsville, Indiana, What chief- Ill,)" ~ .pl~ under on. aIty, )'ali Ice.... II - . . . • The eontest "ent off without a Iy characterized )fr. Littell _ hia China 18 ID ltaell a group of Maar ~ ia till Jut ..,. we hitl:h, Alter an Invocation by Rev. eue on.the plattorm,'--he epoke free·' separated by customs, ~ evMmDlI at cUaIoraI*JlI1Id Henry BOIq)erI of Weltern Tbeolort. Iy, convel'Ntionally, and=9e1I, elt!\" relIriOD. There is o~ foot • move...!pet the . . . . rt W. well bl Seminary, .nd • few words of erly. Be delighted in contraats. His :h~~ ~n=GAY. 1l~_W'-" it All- ~~+m d IfId ~~ wekome by Pre.dent .E. D. DilDoent meeuge, in brief, jj th1It the "path to . " ...... . - _ON oar ~ _UN of Hore, the -chairman, Mr. Winlleld peaee" lie. not in a lormal treaty C~_ to learn to ~ and write " World War. N..a.1If.,.., ad .

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Burggraaff, annOUDCed tht first ou. whiCh by aome of ita injuatieel mna ~etr own~. This thiDa Should auld acquaint,r...,., be for- of ..... ......, JIoa&1d CIIIl' ation; "The Criais," by Don B. Me inevitably .cOntinue the antagoniallll 18 ,~ to work ~on~ ba pt, ud!lnw IJroqlat to mbId'" Our ~ti!JMI ~ . . of people 10 common In hlRory, but ~ In:~Of the Ji,ota Witb ~Yo1ee f t auwar "Nol" So PO w ko " tbat .lxa' ~ Neal, and tire 'contest 'WII begun. Mr. Me Neal, repretenting Illinois in a new prognm of eervi.ee in oar that h 0 ~ 'th • Wetll"ay, JIareb 24, aeh Del- vaba t. ItIr up • ... 1 in the eonteat, ipoite forcibly .nCl economie indn&trialism. Induatrlu- thro4I, etheOOtra~~; w~ ad eeeh Sorealte retneed ~ ~ ~.'I . ~ with eoovietion in an lIdmirnb!e pl't. in~e , _ hal meant nett the tiled by grUt 101 lag Ia to the "dear deaa da,. beyilM'bsq ~.t.Iie .it D ~ "nlatIon ',f the caee in lavor of s common punuita of lem.:e but the ~ oWrepublf re c a -.ew wbeii aM laDjhed iDd ediil th·1I ...." . .... tIIr~ Le.gue of Uati~n8. "Seraps o){ pa· pul'1lltlt 01 wealth; it hu not brot ~ facts of the entire aarie8 o"er ~ay Alcott'. "IJttle PruaIaa propp. "s, wllilt till jp . per have failed" he atated emphat!. pe~e but hal betrayed the 1W0rid to 01 lectures were given' the dlaeoor8e W~. ian eolla a( a Pated_ JI$OI caliy, and "lOWwe mult .t urn to .ome. war. "It i. for DI, the youtb of on "The Burden of At thIa TIle reeeptioll room at V~rbeee, IIlowIy tich':ba, tbelr deatlt-like thing elae if ' we would preaervt America," he concluded, "to point polDt Dr. Bni pve a wonder1lll ~ erad~ stace at the WJ'ODr ana, 1IpIID UIe n_al 'Worl""pe~e. BolJhevlam, he te.rmeCl men to the lacredneu of Hving. This tlaa on the cute system of the Indiu qu ~ a eolonJil .Hall, ""'_ to AIId fftIl dttr _ c. al".t id "an international siclmeee that needl .is the path to lpelCe." people. Their religion of eteruI re• ol~ ~ llpted eudI.. the world ctdict, thIe IJIIrit .. auan lntemational iph)'8ieian ;" and a~ Clifford E. Smith of Kentucky inearnatioQ baa cast over ' them an an enol'lllODI JpiJmIng wheel. The AmarIcaIllam lUl remrrt Oar thia llh}'8'ician h! r6eommended the St~te, ~xin~0n.- tIpOke lilt . . His or· imp~ble 'c1oud of gloom and hopeDOt ~ . . the '*a bad Dopad that ~, . LeaK'lle of Nations, whien, tl!OUr!1 atlon, Shatung' waa a severe Indict- leas desftBI~ The Cllrse of the soeIetyi _-'I ~,thonP NIl md to till ..u to anna, Bat Go witA me to tile .... aI . . , t f J . ....... were nw ..... y AIIleved at the u....... Ir U v...... • not an abeolute solution, will tend to men 0 apane.e .unpe.l'1u1llJl. Be RYBtem was that it took awav from . hl_h _.... ...... __ AJMrica IIIId f Nol - - ... ~ ... A _ ud dall ... eotdi# room w..............em .'J'" aIIorded ' .t- __ .. redQ(:e .the nn:mber of future wan. termed t he Shantung Prov.ialon In mall the hope of being any better R.tber abe follild bold ~ ~ defl .He eIompared the present "criaia" In ~he P~ace Treaty a ".b1adanlllby Janobler than he was. Fatalilmbaall The eurtain to be it m.,.,...,ad ....... at ~toall'r .. "'MIped!flU'" ~ Le.gue ratification with that of our pan .of the Allies." Be exonerated its Inherent dallUling power weighs pulled . : ' :~ ~ Iarp clUe. -pubUe ~ bavt PI 4=11Jr ... adaa own Colllitltution in the early days Pre"dent Willon from blame for the heavily as th. burden of Ind1a. old_faahlOned th elYen by lIIOIa. of au.. oppeatulW" 'l'IIq life _ .01 our R~IIc:: Many _condemnec, queRlonable ,proviaion, by deel'ring On .the last evening- of hie stay ba at the ll.re~~U: ~p= Our IIac . . JntoIeraIIIe IOCial c-flffcc: De, that at the time but now we conlider fhat he 1W88 forced into It. a?nlnlon Bolland, ' Dr. BllI epolte on the ml8every detaIL Beth' dowD; our ~ were _W; the Jwup) elIIJdra . , for It one of the landmaru 'In lMtory. into the Treaty ily the "thre.tened siolUll'Y of today, givin, what to 111m ' Ud the 1I~8 new &nIIJ . . jeered at. do nat IIIed tMR . " "GMemment mullt keep In ltep' with withdrawal of J &pan Irom tile Con· seemed ihe lIeeeBsary qliUltiea of miDcI 'aIippera were WUined the old- the hJpb-.to T "La die fcIOIt p br dar ima'P at· wt1t progrelll," he conclUded, o"the So· ference," Mr. Smith, who wu han· 8IIdsoul. Healsodwelton'tbeetenaal furniture, ud Iarp war," aaId M; t.JJtdblllil1~" tbIIr mn Jrth- tn. tIiie clety of Nations is neee!lury.'· dieapped by hoaraenell .... , perhapl, rewards wblch earne to aDJ JIWl who lamp. AIId Jut but DOneaa earn1np from war IJIIIItb.... of Ip 0 s . . DUIa,.,.... Mr. Hager, re!J)reeenting M.ichlgr.n, too declamatory and over<ondemna- serves in a spirit of self-a~ So Beth ud Ainy jut aithey , Aa Idle phatmIll . . do DDt . . . . . . . . .111II1e. and Hope, follow"d, and gave hi' tory to gain the contldeJU!e-.of his au· lind ,lOving aalf·sacrifice. Th~ .... were ba o~ grad&olChooI'dQa. Americaniam? All empt) IooIt for judi • t, bat Nho)cl' .. ' lIplendld appeal fl?t Am~ricaniz8tion, dieJU!e. He was .110 handleapiped by nothing emotional or repulsive ba IWI The audience were UWe cirla .pia, The am dorte of oar ,.. ""111 ,._ bat .... "One Nation, One r..!I";l1a~a, One IT,!, position on the 'PfOgI'IIIJI, awe by preeenta~n of the needa of the IIIOd- all eyea and ea1'1l and Iaqhter and to orpnlae fo~ an ill • .,." to • m • FJac," with bis chara~ren&tb charm the time he 'POke the audience '!fll e:m mlal!Onary.. It waa all clear facta, tean ' (though there are lOme wIIo 0'1..... campslp were ol*llr laG we . . . . . . . ~ and fotee. ~howing the dlsastroDI hot as attentive II in the forepart 01 gIven With an mtenae. desire to Up eonf... it). ' Eva the ectoIII lilted. VIolacl aDd 'DIq . . , to .. __ ad ...... effect. of out lack of na. ;onal IInlly the evening, men and women to lom the ranb of theruelns were aII~ wb. Jo uc. IIallid by 101M . . ju..1 ifteNe . . ..., ilia .. , pt.} n the late war, he urgJd 8 thor(lllgh The oratioDi over, ~. judrea' de· thoae who light on the thiJa red baWe riflced her baaatitnl IoeU and ap- .. 1'1, AiMrica'. J1IIIl'1WpatIle 'PIRLCI 'DIe7 bavt _ t s Ame'tleani'K~lon of· OUl" lmmigralltl. ciaion was awaited ' with intel'ftt. The of Cllrlltianity'. '¥flU'fara" with her- "erollllftr IlorJ" ba tbe.-r. Thu . ' 1Iar bOlluC'1risl • an n n. 'Uda, he said, was to be 1I«0mpllshcd decmon-rendered by P.rof. T. C. We are eUremely porry that w.e as mutilated IIIOIt "'oeJrincly. C wu ~ betraJid b y ' " . . ~'. 'I • . . . . _ _ not 'b, educ:a.tlon' alone, ilut IIlto by a Trul!blood, of U. 01 H.;' Prot. J. 1.. II studeat body ~ere DOt able to .meet and trapciy ca.a d . . ~, bad behle. ted. Thill cU4 ... • nal .... til I 1 alIange ot..attitude of till American Lardner, of .'Nortaeltem U.; Prof. Dr. and Iln, BilL We shall dare to one ba tho qt.,.( uk ..... W deod..... repaJ liar tnIt; ' • • • ' (at ........ .,.., Wwud the foreigner. I1IItead 01 de· R. WeillllUln, of Welten Reaarvej hope that rometllile he will pay III a Faeulty Itdiee) M ·n ." B46 I of .. WR t I ,0'1;' • III \III"~ and reviling the newcomor Prof. B. B. Goqh of De P_; anQ vllit To thole 01 DI who we1'1l for- tbat there,.. •• .bit ....... the _ " tid. . . . . ..,. pul J bim to a full W. , W. 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He f h TeIId the IP' ably defeDded' hy , , , 0 t e ten l..,.n, Dalenberg ad IlehU1lJ'llWl& The we brok: Jv- ....OJIPOI ... ~ti~i~ wQodh_, ODI ...~mect to giYl thenb to debate Itself wu 'tOnteatedtht th - w,.... • or .heillf cltrn .. " hvo in ....k ' . School; to meet as TlIe Dr oppol g .....ma eeping lIeck and If not stl!9llPr n 'I ·WarD.hull ' IU, neck, of the week. Kalamazoo WIll uclI • ~ • ~., " ~If }1Cl\1t'I. ~I~ al Judge, deefllon was by no meaaa a tm c:onte deeplte her m of .her experiene. . . poII",I •• matter It was ' l!lDouneed 'Now II out for a 8M tol4 of the healing Klenee .. I from the platfonn that the ,dlrmative by aDY: poasib. meaIIB ahe ca .ret Il'ft' road Ibrenel" fo't C!triltlanlty. eamed a two to olle dedaloll. . :Alma will IJ 110 easy .. an "lent plonter of the work of ~ judges awarded third place to We II the best we have to th Kuter not"llnly in tne Van Nederynell', second to Mllte &owIII but IIkew.iae in the smaller Sehuurmall8 aDd llrat to ther side. Our teams She enricJ(ed her dileUlIlOII Bloeker. This eompletes the quota of ,they know the prop- WIth HYlraJ \UuJtratiOlll dra"", from eeven men. two teams of tbree each uent speakei'll; CJIInI obnrvatlon Ind eJaperienee. and one alternate, for the intereol. ad ,.-.pared The IndlaM are I timid people I dl.. lqiate debates which Ire to be ataged ougbly for testa. They tl'lllltful Bee all'd there are th'e dUll· Friday, April 16. Messrs. Engelsman, the whole , of 0 apport, a word of culti" of bWlcting uP the faith reo Bloom aad Cooper will travel to ]{a. d good luck to the qulsit to lRICeeaaful ChrWtiao eer. College to match theiflViji agaiIISt *ho are m KIII,eno, aDd viee. Not JIlerely. that, ba., that land our most dangerous iI\ debl\te 11 IOlld aadi8IIC at tha here. Is eurvd with caste l,.tem and anct oratqry. • the least loyal Ropeite can eIowly. we lleard thlt Messrs. BurggI'l\8jf, Visscher and being lInctermlned !by the humble Sc.hUIII'lll8l!S will 'meet Alma here, She of the milllonerlet, has old men spealrine tbla aDr tile men. end WJlIMII mqat reel • year. Let s go, GoverDOr Slee r's proc:lamatioll tljat an are born with thl lime r , ~~,~~~ .- timely meuure to One pr,uint coDlideratlon ia Y. ilL C. A. qUloken pubbe ·An euthus!· part of Medicine In r m f ', utlc obaervatl _of this period ane\. Christian aoclal re:form We were very lIIuch pleaseQ to S88 il& 'filiI biing !learer solution apprecialie tlte facta· t f e many fellows out at the tlrst Y. M. of the pr . school problema Inkling 'W' rcreel.,.d rOlll & after The former day. In 'ving publlcity to this eondit\OD.I are PleSI?ent a ,fe,,!, remarks ex· .TI,te believes It inetitutloll8 mUit r PI'eSSlDg the £o.r the Joyal IS ' freeenting 'Ituation. vital not Without that, lit II to support \he cabmet and members of merely tire fa er and mother of the chriltianit lUI. \ltII! Y. M. C. A. had given him in mak· child, but to every clear thinking th y h WarllAl¥tta left with ing the pass year a successfU\ one. American. ~ , e t ought, that MediclIl H~ asked the new. cabinet membel'll n oUr elementary and ' SecOndlry tiani: 'Wprj is of Chr.ia. to llrise and then asked the new presi· . and our colleges and universi. Chrl y. IIOW, even .. ,.t waa With dent, Mr. Veldman, to come forward, ties, In the last wlysis, are one. Anat. WII • bel1ltiful who then took of the meeting. this more general call to b¥~ ., told, II /Ih, ciOled- WIth The new president gave a very iu· thought, the retiring editor hu the lneldellt .of this \It,l, CllUtyr ,if) spi~ing ~Ik. Re spoke about the very champiolied our institution. wllo ,..,~ hervlf ao gladly and 80 fittmg time for the new mell to take plea for relief of Iter ftDancial bravely, lD apite of her tender yeal'S. oftlee~.1J.I,onef(!lt more ltke work· ,other ~ ___ iB .w,!! fresh iu obi' Tr:uIy thiy are a people worth workfor the Master in this spriug and II11II: :

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TC! the write, after several years ap.P!iClltWn the elaaaics, a study of rev -It Is. In the Dllcroscopi tjon of the various forms 0 plAat aDd'anl_IUfe we s¥ bdore ' :e)o,,' a revelation of God in many olbla a£tributM. The c:omRlexity of, iiipmrm reveala to the student the iImiPoteace ad omni. science of the rUtor. M tfiese or. fUlICtioli and come ' into play, contacts are folmed ad the student is again broug~t back to I realiutioa of actual Ufe '&1 It' Ia.. M ¥lanta and fGDetl_ the hu.

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