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B n r h o r H O P E COLLEGE, Holland, Michigan, A p r . 1 6 ,

THAT ORATION

1924

'Number 15

WINS ORATORIAL CONTEST

HEEMSTRA TAKES COLLEGE NINE WINS VICTORY FIRST PLACE IN NATIONAL ORATORICAL CONTEST

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• StJiHOS TO Ol'lti.N • BASEBALL WITH TWO H A R D * • Outfield IxM)kH Strong GAMES * • • Karly F r i d a y m o r n i n g t h e baseball S'rlTrF ^ r 9 ^ E N 1 I O N H E L D AT B R A D L E Y IN nine left f o r F a s t l a p s i n g to t a c k l e * • ' i h e FreshiiiMii Ivook Yery Good STI Fl K V ^ H f A . ILIJNO IS. FORTY-NINE COLLEGES * • the s t r o n g Aggie baseball a g g r e g a ANI) I NHERSITIKS REPRESENTED • tion. a n d t h e n travelled to Kazoo to * A l t h o u g h Coach Schouten h a s h a d * • his baseball a s p i r a n t s out f o r i n u o o r cross b a t s with t h e Normalltes. B o t h llo|)o*s R c p m i e u t a t l v o f l : Dr. J . B games resulted In s e t - b a c k s f o r t h e practice f o r a b o u t two weeks, tne N y k e r k , Miss Nolle Kole. Mr. Orange and Blue combinations, t h e s p r i n g recess i n t e r f e r e d with t n e d a u y Simon H e e m s t r a nnd Mr. f o r m e r by an H—2 score, in which w o r k o u t s to a c o n s i d e r a b l e d e g r e e , H. De W e e r d errors p r e d o m i n a t e d , and t h e l a t t e r and " J a c k " is f a r f r o m satisfied w u u oy a 4—0 score, when a b e t t e r b r a n d the results t h e squad is showing. of ball was exhibited by t h e locals. U e p r e s e n i a t i v e s f r o m t h e various In looking over the various b r a n c h The w e a t h e r was ideal for football eoJlegea a n d universities t h r u u u t the es of the mne, t h e r e a r e s e v e r a l ena t M. A. C., and very cold f o r basee u u n t r y pitted their forensic prcjwess c o u r a g i n g points to be f o u n d . T h e n oall, but nevertheless t h e boys playa g a i n s t each o t h e r when the deli^too, s o m e inings a r e not so good, as ed. h a r d and fast, a n d led t h e F a r g a t e s to t'lie National Pi K a p p a Delta will be whown. mers until t h e fifth f r a m e 2—1. In convention met in Peoria, Illinois. At present t h e one main difficulty the fifth i n n i n g t h e Aggies g a r n e r e u T h e Hope d e l e g a t i o n waa compoaed aside f r o m lack of p r a c t i c e a p p e a r s to .our of t h e i r seven hits, bringing in o l Dr. J . ti. N y k e r k , Miss Nelle Kole. t h e c a n d i d a t e s ' inability to p e r f o r m lomer w i t h none on. F r 6 m then on Mr. Simon H e e m s t r a , and Mr. H. De with t h e stick, w h e n e v e r necessary'. i h e Hope t e a m g a v e Poppen a l m o s t no Weerd. However, with p r o p e r seasoning a n d .mpport f o r t h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e inT h e contest and convention m e e t .ling, besides m a k i n g several costly plenty of h a r d pratise, some good batings were held a t B r a d l e y Institute. errors. T h e o t h e r two Aggie r u n s ting eyes will undoubtedly be develT h e convention began Tuesday, April oped. were scored in tin* f o u r t h and sevenfirst, a n d ended with a b a n q u e t which th f r a m e s . Hope b r o u g h t h e r tw«. S c h o u t e n ' s h u r l i n g staff with t h r e e was given T h u r s d a y night. Fifty. .•ounters a c r o s s t h e plate on a s a f e veterans, P o p p e n , Albers, a n d B u i k • live eolieges and universities f r o m L.V each by Lubbers and Doekson. < ma, causes him little worry. With every section of t h e c o u n t r y w«re lOach a d v a n c e d on a sacraflce by K i e m e r s m a on t h e receiving end of represented. .Sen. a n d Van Lente's two-bagger t h e d i a m o n d Schouten has a n o t h e r • n o u g h t t h e m in t h e f o u r t h inning. Miss Kole R a n k s High v e t e r a n . Van L e n t e a t t h e K e y s t o n e Hope 0 0 <1 2 U 0 0 0 0 2 7 lt> s a c k and L u b b e r s a n d Doeksen holdAl. A. C. U 0 (I 1 6 0 I 0 x 8 7 2 T h e r e w e r e so mapny e n t r a n t s i n f i l l ing down t h e o t h e r c o r n e r a n d OttiMatterles were Hope: P o p p e d and t h e toiite«U, t h a t e l i m i n a t i o n s were poby at u h o i v s t o p , , all v tenatlveiy, gi#mersimi.< M. A. C: , W e r n e r and* necessary In 'every one. . E l i m i n a t i o n f o r m a c o m b i n a t i o n h a r d t o ' b e a t as Jorsaut. „ * v lor tiie W o m a n s O r a t o r i c a l contest f a r a s fielding goes.. In t h e outfield At? Kazoo things went quite a bit were held Tuesday a f t e r n o o n . . Six of he h a s a wealth of m a t e r i a l a n d n e a r •etter. Less e f r o r s were c h a l k e d up. file twelve c o n t e s t a n t s were eliminly all of it experienced. Zweering.' .md Albers received f a r better s u p a t e d . Miss Kole worf t h e h o n o r of n eat man, Keizer, G F o r s t e n andPenport t h a n Poppen was given on the r e p r e s e n t i n g Hope College in t h e llnal m n g s a r e all c a p a b l e p e r f o r m ers, the previous day. contest. H I T o r a t i o n the, "Cross or f o r m e r two h a v e played on previous Maher, f o r the Hilltoppers, s t o r e d t h e C a n o n , " was very well a d a p t e d MR. SIMON HEEMSTRA D R . J . B. N Y K E R K o r a n g e and Blue nines. m the third on a Hope e r r o r . He a d to h e r excellent style of delivery. Van E s , Bielema, Nattress, Ten P a s vanced on a s a c r a flee by Elliotson i n t h e flnal contest, considered b> and scored on a second O r a n g e and and Vant Hof a r e t h e most likely m a n y to h a v e been m o r e keenly conORATORY Ulue e r r o r . In t h e f o u r t h " R u d d y ' looking r o o k i e s f o r infield positions, 'tested t h a n the m e n s ' content, Miws Miller connected with one for a while Meyboer a n d B o v e n k l r c h a r e K o l e was a w a r d e d f o u r t h place. With single, two e r r o r s advanced him to •>ut to give Ben a light at t h e plate. " H e was wont to s p e a k plain and c l e a r n e s s a n d conviction s h e revealed ot third, a n d when Albers hits Van tn^se a r e F r e s h m e n w i t h t h e to the p u r p o s e . " — S h a k e s p e a r e . " Hie i n j u s t i c e and d a n g e r lurking iD Wingen, with the bases full. Miller With his wonderful o r a l o r i c n j J^ception of Bielema, who is a J u n . those conspiracies w h i c h m e n a c e s t h e was forced home. No m o r e hits w e r e p o w e r s Wendell P h i l l i p s did perhapsOFFICERS INSTALLED p e a c e of n a t i o n s a n d keeps a people g a r n e r e d until ihe sixth, then Mahei more t h a n any o t h e r man of nis t i m e E v e r y v e t e r a n will be f o r c e d to in' i g n o r a n c e of t h e causes t h a t send A n o t h e r year began auspiciously got a s a f e t y , and G u n n e r s m a w h o re- lo bring a b o u t the abolition of slav- n a v e a t t o p speed to hold his b e r t h t h e m to c o m b a t . F i r s t place was lieved Kiliotson on the m o u n d , c r a c k ery in this c o u n t r y . T h e success of tenatively assigned, a n d a l t h o J a c k won by Miss Dorothy T h o m a s of t h e last Tuesday evening under t h e l e a d ! ed out a rt I pie. He was c a u g h t at L m v e r s i t y of California, who gave an e r s h i p of our new president. J a c k home p l a t e while trying to s t r e t c h it a n y project lies with the a r t and pow- gave out his t e n a t i v e line-up a t Kazoo oration entitled, "The P o w e r of Prins, as r e t i r i n g prc.ndent duly in- into a f o u r bagger. Only one m o r e er oi o r a t o r y . To t h e o r a t o r is given and M. A. C., h e e m p h a t i c a l l y s t a t e d Vout.h." Miss Fan la. of P a r s o n s Col- stalled t h e onicers and c a b i n e t ; im- hit was registered against Albers. and the o p p o r t u n i t y to mould t h o u g h t , ihat it was only tenative. In u r g i n g so m a n y F r e s h m e n and lege w a s a w a r d e d second place. Miss mediately a f t e r which " F r i t z " s o u n d - t h a t c a m e in t h e seventh when Hess, a n d later to crystalize his t h o u g h t D a l y of Carlton College was given ed the " k e y - n o t e " " M a k e C h r i s t t h e b a t t i n g l o r A r m s t r o n g , r e a c h e d first, into action. Hope !college h a s a l w a y s Sophs to work h a r d on v a r s i t y posit n i r d place. K i n g of o u r c a m p u s , " and t h r e w out but t h e next b a t t e r f a n n e d out a n d placed a g r e a t emp iiasi.s upon public venr £ J 0 " ' ^ 1 8 1 ' > 0 k " , K ^ w a r d a or a challenge to every m a n at H o p e — Normal was retired for t h e inning. s p e a k i n g . Our success in t h e o r a t o r - ? t " 0 '>ence with a h o p e t h a t Many E i i l r a n l s ical contests t h i s year is n o t e w o r t h y . he c a n uncover m a t e r i a l to t u r n out "Are we going to say as did Pilate, Albers allowed five hits, while ElOur orators, Agnes L u i k e m a , and Ihe best college n i n e in t h e s t a t e w i t h t h a t we a r e innocent of the blood of liotson was nicked for two in t h e In the Men's Oratorical contest, the C h r i s t ? We c a n n o t . We m u s t t h r e e innings he hurled. They were J o h n Dethmers, placed in t h e M. O. L. flf JJ 0 ™ b!.e. e x c e P t i ( > n of t h e Unlverst h e r e w e r e so m a n y e n t r a n t s , t h a t a live an active Christianity. H o n o r a single by Albers in the thirfl. and contest, a n d Simon H e e m s t r a was 115 of Michigan. series of eliminations covering two a w a r d e d first place in t h e N a t i o n a l Pa d a y s was necessary. Mr. H e e m s t r a should be a part of our real self. Dis- a double by H i e m e r s m a in the sec- K a p p a Delta convention. T h e e n t i r e was a m o n g t h e seven who had t h e honesty in a n y f o r m is not C h r i s t i a n . " ond. 1 '.en was c a u g h t while a t t e m p t - s t u d e n t body feels intensely proud of Y. W. C. A. CABing to steal third. O u n n e r s m a who h o n o r of r e p r e s e n t i n g t h r scheool in We a r e off for a real live year of poswhose u n t i r i n g efforts INETS CONFER relieved Kiliotson on the mound, a l - Dr. N y k e r k , itive service for t h e Master. •the final contest. Like Mr. H e e m s t r a h a v e m a d e this success possible. Th%» lowed one hit in t h e eighth by Alm a n y of t h e s e s p e a k e r s had prevouslove and devotion w h i c h he s h o w s to- H O P E S E N D S T W O DELEGATES! bers. DEAN VOIGHT SPEAKS ly t a k e n p a r t in s t a t e and i n t e r - s t a t e ward this Alma M a t e r is w o r t h y of Summary: contetrts a n d it is to t h e very g r e a t Priscilla Collins a n d Mary P i e t o r s At 7:3o o'clock Dean Voigt of Ohio K II E m u c h c o m m e n d a t i o n . Dr. N y k e r k beh o n o r of t h e college t h a t Mr. H e e m lieves t h a t oratory should be a s n a t Hope were Hope's r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s a t t h e u .{ , I niveusity, and s o m e of t h e girls s t r a w a s a w a r d e d first place. Mr. joined us. The Dean gave us a most W. S. X. 4 5 1 ural a s possible a n d should be con. a n n u a l Michigan Y. W. c . AT C a b ! H e e m s t r a in t r u e o r a t o r i c a l style preI latteries. Hope: Albers and Kiem- versational, a n d a r g u m e n t a t i v e , not helf, Bt Yl)Hilantl la s e n t e d A m e r i c a ' s duty to respond to vivid and inspiring sketch of t h e Stu- e r s m a . Kazoo: Kiliotson, G u n n e r s m a b l a t a n t and pretentious. T h e eagle w e e k - e n d « dent Volunteer Convention held at t h e call of Justice in leading t h e naflapping his wings, and t h e broad Ypsilanti N o r m a l h a s a large and S h e told us t h a t s h e and M a h e r . t i o n s of t h e world to a t r u e i n t e r n a - Indianapolis. Hope's biggest f a u l t b r o u g h t out land s t r e t c h i n g f r o m o c e a n to ocean, active i w . C. A, T h e Y. VV o w n s > feels t h a t the Youth Movement of tional b r o t h e r h o o d and t h u s to world on this trip was errors, the result, no f r o m lakes to gulf, a r e f a m i l i a r relics a. building on t h e c a m p u s , cailed peace with t h e oration, "The Un- ibis generation will have t r e m e n d o u s doubt, of lack of practise. With m o r e of a style t h a t is obsolete. Plain . t a r k w e a t h e r Hall H e r eare a n asinfluence upon t h e world, If a d v a n c e d c r o w n e d Kings." seasoning t h e t e a m could do wonders. facts, plainly told, a r e m u c h more sembly room, a dining-room, a n d rest Mr. Roibert Mart veld of St. Olaf .n the proper way. " H o w ? " she a s k e d , A w e a k n e s s a t s h o r t s t o p in t h e infield effective. roomw, besides o t h e r r o o m s used f o r College, w a s a w a r d e d second place "can one be pessimistic c o n c e r n i n g was uncovered and Schouten will Our hopes f o r f u t u r e victories in i ' 4 p p e n House" gatherings with .an oration on " T h e Iron Man." t h e y o u n g men a n d women of today have i b i s d e f e c t remedied by t h e end o r a t o r y a r e very bright, a n d t h e r e on S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n s , and f o r soclai T h i r d place was given to Mr. Don when one witnesses, as at t h i s con- of the week. The outfield p r e f o r m e d Is no reason to doubt t h a t H o p e will a n a l r s . 1 jew is who pronounced a n o r a t i o n en- vention, a g r o u p i n g of several t h o u s - especially well at Kazoo, fielding er- c o n t i n u e to excell in forensic a r t . On S a t u r d a y Dean Voigt. of Ohio and s t u d e n t s f r o m nearly every coun- rorless ball. At I Oast Lansing one ertitled t h e "Sword or T h e Cross." niversity, led two i n t e r e s t i n g discus-, In addition to a gold medal, Mr. try of t h e world, every one of whom ror was c h a l k e d u p against t h e m . P R E P S . IN DECLAMATORY CON- sions. In t h e m o r n i n g her subjecx Heemstra was given a b e a u t i f u l is evidence of p u r p o s e f u l vision on Hope will meet Ferris here this week. was, " W h a t need of y o u r college is TEST •trophy c u p , to be t h e p e r m a n e n t pos- t h e part of t h e e d u c a t e d y o u t h ? T h e T i m e - a n d place to be a n n o u n c e d . your Y W . m e e t i n g ? " . These w e r e t^esslon of Hope College. place for ench s t u d e n t s Is to begin acThe following men m a d e the t r i p : t l a i u s s e n Wins First, Miss Van AIs. s o m e o f t h e t h o u g h t - p r o v o k i n g questive Christian work is on his own Coach Schouten, Kiemersma, Capt. tions which s h e challenged u s to b u r g Placcs Second De W e e r d in Exteiii|>ore answer: w . a o i p u s . because what be does now Poppen, Albers. Doeksen, Lubbers. Van Lente. Ottipoby. liuikema. Keiwill tell in a large m e a s u r e w h a t he W h a t ks t h e u n i q u e place of youi One of the finest d e c l a m a t o r y conMr. De Weerd r e p r e s e n t e d Hope in will be in later life." zer, De Pree, Heulema. tests took place in W l n a n t s C h a p e l 1. W. ? W h a t does -It do t h a t no o t h e i t h e m e n ' s e x t e m p o r e contest. This is F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n between t h e "C" and organization can d o ? t h e first t i m e t h a t H o p e has ever taALI'MNI S S P E A K S W h y do girls join y o u r Y. W. ? W h v " D " classes. E a c h class had foui ken p a r t in a national e x t e m p o r e conThe Pirates Ball do t h e y not j o i n ? r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s and all m a d e a very AT T H E SEMINARY test. It is a field of endeavor in The a n n y ^ s t a g of t h e Sibylline so- fine showing. W h a t do you really have t o offet T h e " D " class was which Hope s t u d e n t s should be interHon. O. ,1. Dlekema S|teaks on T h e ciety w a s held on Wednesday even- honored by receiving first a n d t h i r d those who j o i n ? ested. ing, M a r c h 2wenty-sixth. U n d e r t h e places and the "C" class took second. GOS|M'I a n d t h e liaw A r e t h e r e a n y cliques o r politics In Mr. Clark of Mc Allister College, l e a d e r s h i p of Captain A p p l e j a c k , the It was a very close contest and t h e your Y. W . ? if so, w h y ? H o w can Miniu, received first place in t h e S p e a k i n g b e f o r e a large a u d i e n c e at pirat c r e w assembled on board t h e j u d g e s found it no easy task to place you e l i m i n a t e t h i s ? m e n ' s contest; Mr. A n d r e w s of Red1 9 0 Ihe S e m i n a r y Chapel last F r i d a y on good s h i p Sibylline, a r m e d with d a g - t h e c o n t e s t a n t s . T h e d e c l a m a t i o n enJ ] " Y W. filling every p a r t of l a n d s College, second place; and Mr. gers. pistols, and clanging swords. W. p u r p o s e ? titled " G r a t t a n ' s Reply to Mr. C o r r y " t h e Alt, of Morningwlde College, third " T h e Law and t h e Gospel," Hon. Gerwere Old given by Mr. William J a n e s s e n receivT h e a f t e r n o o n session was devoted r i t ,1. iDekema f e a t u r e d t h e fact that Among t h o s e assembled place. The next National convention of Ihe law and t h e gospel are co-ordin- Soak, Tim Tar. Cross Hones, and Gyp ed first place and t h e " S w a n Song' to a discussion of t h e p u r p o s e . T h e "Without t h e law" he said, the Blood, t h e bold and bloody pir- given by Miss Anna R u t h Van Als- delegation f r o m D e t r o i t T e a c h e r s P h i K a p p a Delta will be held a t Kstes al«'. " t h e r e could be no gospel and without a t e with a cruel eye. F e a s t i n g and b u r g leceived second. The o t h e r con- College a d v o c a t e d m o d i f y i n g t h e pur-, P a r k , Colorado in 192G. Hope can well b proud of h e r ora- t h e gospel t h e r e would be no s a v i n g tales of wild, t u m u l t o u s waters lasted t e s t a n t s were Marvin Kulzinga, H a r r y pose ao a s to m a k e it m o r e a c c e p t a b l e f a r into t h e night ending at break ot L e m m e n , Helene Broek f r o m t h e " C " to t h e i r J e w i s h m e m b e r s . T h e y wishtors as t h e y acqulttted Ihemselve* f r o m the violation of that law." " T h e Duly of t h e Courts'* day with t h e shout of t h e crew, " T h e class and J a c o b De Witt, R a y m o n d ed to s t r i k e out t h e p a r t of t h e p u r most c r e d i t a b l y . S p e a k i n g of t h e c o u r t s he e m p h a - Sea Is T h e Life." S c h a a p , Harriet Oonk f r o m t h e " D " pose d e c l a r i n g t h a t w e seek to lead H Heemstraa sized t h a t only a s they r e m a i n just claws. The contest revealed s o m e ex- girls into m e m b e r s h i p in t h e C h r i s and clean, s t r o n g and fearless can O F F E R S P R I Z E TO BEST cellent material f o r next y e a r ' s ora. tian C h u r c h . Of c o u r s e a hot discusDARTMOUTH STI'DENTS sion f o l l o w e d — H o p e College e n t e r l n c they be b u l w a r k s protective of t h e COLLEGE J O r R N A L l S T torical and d c l a m a t o r y contests. T h e into t h e t h i c k of t h e fight. No s t e p RECORD DAILY ROI'TINE country. Law, he defined, as t h e rule j u d g e s were Miss Wicks, i n s t r u c t o r at was t a k e n t o w a r d m o d i f y i n g t h e p u r of action the i m p r i n t of Divine will The Iowa State C h a p t e r of S i g m a Holland high. Rev. J . B r u g g e r s f r o m pose. S t u d e n t s a t D a r t m o u t h kept a rec" T h e Minsilry" t h e Sixth R e f o r m e d c h u r c h of this Delta Chi, Xatioanl professional j o u r ord f o r two weeks of t h e i r daily rouT h e Council closed with a b e a u t i Dscussing t h e necesary qua lilies of city, and Mrs. Harvey De Weerd of I h e tine. R e s u l t s showed t h a t the a v e r - a minister, he r e f e r r e d to sincerty as nalist f r a t e r n i t y . In co-peration with S e n i o r class. ful ( onsecration Service S u n d a y noon. a g e u n d e r g r a d u a t e w o r k s nine hours, the most needed c h a r a c t e r i s t i c . "The the N a t i o n a l officers, is offering a goln Kach d e l e g a t e felt t h e i n s p i r a t i o n of sleeps eight and a half h o u r s and world," he said, "will never be saved watch to that college n e w s p a p e r rebeing a c o - w o r k e r wHh t h i s grecvt P r o f . W i c k e r s — " D o e s t h e question s p e n d s f o u r h o u r s in recreation (no by t h e radio or t h e press, but t h r o u g h porter who, in t h e twelve m o n t h s pren u m b e r of Christian y o u n g w o m e n , t r a c e of t h e r e m a i n i n g t h r e e and a active p r o p a g a n d a carried on by th«> ceding t h e close of t h e contest, shall b o t h e r y o u ? " and a d e t e r m i n a t i o n to r e t u r n to h e r have p e r f o r m e d t h e most n o t a b l e Ten C a t e — " N o t at all, not at all; half h o u r s Is evident.) church." c a m p u s , r e a d y to do h e r very b e s t In piece of r e p o r t o r i e l work. it's t h e a n s w e r t h a t get m e ! " her position.

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Accepted for mailing at special rate of postage for Section 1103, Act of October, 1917, authorized October 19, 1918. gue, h a v i n g been vice-president t h e previous year. Being well versed in the t e c h n i q u e of debade, he was m a d e m a n a g e r of d e b a t e and it w a s largly Someone, it doesn't m a t t e r who. t h r u his efforts that Hope produced wild t h a t penliis wns one per c e n t in- .'.iree good d e b a t i n g t e a m s — o n e of Hpirntion and n i n ^ t y - n m e per cent which he was a m e m b e r himself. p e r s p i r a t i o n . No man who excells in What H e e m s t r a a c c o m p l i s h e d In any line of e n d e a v o r "just sits down t h e Peoria convention Is related on and does it" naturally and w i t h o u t ef- t h e f r o n t |Kige. In c o m p e t i t i o n w h e r e fort. Ho|>e 'has a l w a y s been f a m o u s the field Is vast a n d t h e o d d s great for her orators. In t h e pulpit, on t h e It Is only t h e finished m a s t e r who r o s t r u m , a n d even in legislative as- wins. The r u d i m e n t s of a n y g a m e semblies. her g r a d u a t e s have reflectd i an be learned, but it takeq p r a c t i c e credit upon 'her. Of these men we And persistent' self-assertion tit a r e justly pj-oud. a c h i e v e perfection. In d e f e a t i n g 4!» Simon H e e m s t r a , o u r r e p r e s e n t a - c o n t e s t a n t s in the P e o r i a contest, Mr. tive to t h e PI K a p n a National con iltemsilra h a s proven himself a masvention, is a splendid e x a m p l e of what ter of t h e art and all those who h e a r d (•<in be won wlh patience and persist- nim at Hope c h u r c h S u n d a y will volcc ence. His record is d e s e r v i n g of the opinion of t h e editor. praise. In hi* F r e s h m a n year H e e m To I>r. N y k e r k . t h e college owes a stra was unable to c o m p e t e in o r a - t r i b u t e of g r a t i t u d e . Hope's good rectory because of his active p a r t i c i p a - ord in o r a t o r y is largely due to t h e tion in o t h e r college activities, but u n t i r i n g efforts of Dr. N y k e r k . Dr. d u r i n g t h e next t h r e e y e a r s h e be- N y k e r k has a l r e a d y a t t a i n e d n a t i o n a l c a m e intensely interested in o r a t o r y r e p u t a t i o n a s a coach In o r a t o r y and a n d d e b a t e and resolved to devote his we h o p e t h r u bis a s s i s t a n c e still energies toward that end. In his more glorious laurels may be obtained s o p o b o m o i v y«ar be took first plan* f o r Hope. in t h e Haven contest which enabled him to represent H o p e in t h e O. L. Samuel Pepy's Diary m s t r a ' s record in o r a t o r y , la«t I'p betimes and to D u k e ' s f o r my year, is well known. Nevertheless, it rolls a n d coffee. To Hope's s c h j o l bears repetition. He took first in t h e house t h e n a n d m e e t w i t h t h e P r e x y stale, Interstate, and placed t h i r d In b e f o r e Chapel. I suggest t h a t a civil the national. As a reward for his ef- engineer be added to t h e f a c u l t y tu i n s t r u c t in t h e g a m e of bridge. To forts and active partlripr.tlon in for- Chapel and a m m u c h inspired. So tu ensics 'lie was accepted a s an h o n o r - classes resolved to live u p to my ora r y m e m b e r of t h e Delta Sigma Pho, deals. Off to see t h e editor in t h e a f t e r n o o n and do find him singing a National Forensic F r a t e r n i t y . song in Asia Minor. He doth betwail Last fall Heemstra entered for- t h e fact that s o m e m a i d e n s a r e like unto t h e M a g a z i n e — E v e r y b o d y ' s . To ensics with a zeal and zcit t h a t is my room then to study, but do learn characterif-tic of everything he at- again t h a t in the s p r i n g t i m e a young So t e m p t s to u n d e r t a k e . He was m a d e m a n ' s fancy begins to deviate. spend t h e rest of t h e day and t h e evet i e a s u r e r of the s t a t e oratorical lea- ning tennising and Mali J o n g g i n g .

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At last w e e k ' s meetng of the o t h e r p l a n t s to lit t h e occasion. T h e "Ulla S c e n d a " showed Lois lirock- K n i c k s a good program was given a f 2 to 6 P. M. b u r n i n g Incense c r e a t e d a very pleas- meier's vivid im agination. Miss Doyft ter t h e usual singing. William T u t ing a t m o s p h e r e t h r o u g h o u t ' t h e entire was a visitor and wpoke upon t h e value tle discussed t h e life and policies of Sat. 7 to 9 P. M. evening. W h a t could have placed us of secret societies to the s t u d e n t , t h e late Woodrow Wilson. " C o w a r d in a b e t t e r mood to enjoy t h e even- press it. ly J i m ' by W. A. Peters was given by ing's p e r f o r m a n c e ? A b e a u t i f u l op(Jerrit K e m m e . T h e r e a d i n g was full e r e t t e entitled. " P r i n c e s s ChrysanCitz. Phone 2 0 8 of p a t h o s a n d h e n i l r - a c t i m i . *Uay"KING C U R E A N D QUEKN t h e m i i m " was given and only t h e best i m o n d K u i p e r rendered two violin REMEDY" a c t i n g f e a t u r e d in every a c t . The |solos. " F l n w e r Song" and " M a r t h a " . f r e q u e n t a p p e a r a n c e of t h e s p i r i t s and T h e rn-xt n u m b e r was a s u p e r n a t u r a l B y . U . Leanover. f a i r i e s in t h e i r various f a n c y cosand b l o o d - c u r d l i n g original story by Untold Scenes. H a r w y De Weerd. He gave it t h e title t u m e s added g r e a t l y to t h e interest, Place—Graves Place. and w h e n t h f linal c u r t a i n ffll, all Time—Anytime. ' Crazy Acts. uf " O c e t i r r e n c e s of a (.Jrave Vard have arrived. were s o r r y t h a t he end had come so F r i e n d . " It was full of gory inciCast of Characteristics' soon. ' Kefore the quests w e r e allow- Dr. 1. R. 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hatever your "Choice of a Career," college training has increased your economic value, and 'whatever business or profession you enter, adequate life insurance is a proper self-appraisal of your powers in that direction. The traditions, practices, and financial strength of theJOHN HANCOCK ^Mutual Life Insurance Company are such that a college man can take especial pride in having a John Hancock policy on his life. It is also a distinct asset from the start. It will pay you to buy it; and later qn, should you think of joining the field corps of this company, it will also pay you to sell John Hancock policies. Our representatives will tell you just how, and assist you in selecting both your career and your insurance. cAddress oAgency Department

DU MEZ BROS. Dry Goods, Coats, S u i t s a n d Millinery HOLLAND, MICH

Now located at Olile's Sport Shop

Vanderploeg8 Hair Cut* I l d i r v U l o Barber Shop Cor. College Ave. and 8th St.

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Sterilized toola. Strictly Sanitary.

FOOT= WEAR S. Sprietsma & Son,

FOR YOUR NEXT HAIR GUT OR SHAVE TRY

The White Cross Three experienced Barbers. Hair Bobing a specialty,

HOLLAND, MICH.

Get Your Eats

Sixty-one Years in Business Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred Million Dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives

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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY or BOSTON. MASSACHUSKTTS

THE HOLLAND DRY GLEANERS Goods Galled for and Delivered Ph. 1528

9 East 8th Stt H. HEENGS. Pro,.

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Have Your Suits Made at NICK DYKEMA'S

OVER KEEPER'S RESTAURANT

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Engraved Stationery, Commencement Announcements, Unique Programs and Menus

HOLLAND PRINTING GO. HOLLAND*! FINEST P M N T B R t

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The Boston Restaupant 32 WEST EIGHTH ST.

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N. HOFFMAN & SON, Proprielori

Arctic Frost Bites 5 CENTS K e e f e r ' s

29 W. Eighth Street

BERNARD KEEPER, Prop, Phon* 5445

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E D I T I N G T H E DAYS N E W S by George B a s t i a n haa been placed In t h e college library. This is a new, very Instructive book, giving c o m p l e t e a n d u p - t o - d a t e i n f o r m a t i o n on all details of n e w s p a p e r w o r k — c o l l e c t i n g a n d editing news, h e a d l i n e writing, page a r r a n g e m e n t , etc. it is h o p e d t h a t every m e m b e r of i h e staff o r t h i s e who look f o r w a r d i* siioh w o r k next year, will r e a d I his with p l e a s u r e a n d profit. Miss Evelyn Zwemer, '20, has a c cepted a position a s p r i n c i p a l of A n n ville Institute, Ky., for t h i s coming year. She had been t e a c h i n g f o r soim. time in a s u b u r b of Chicago. Miss E m m a Reverts, also of clash '20 will a c c o m p a n y Miss Z w e m e r to Annville a n d will be one of t h e h i g h school t e a c h e r s there. The baby d a u g h t e r of Mr. a n d Mrs. E d w a r d Y e o m a n s died W e d n e s d a y a t the hospital here. Mrs. Y e p m a n ' s w a s f o r m e r l y Mies F r a n c e s Bosch of t h i s city. o D o c t o r — " Y o u r m o t h e r - in - law's condition necessitates a w a r m e r climate." Newly-wed y o u n g m a n ( a f t e r a m o m e n t ' s r e r t e r t i o n ) — " Y o u do it. Doc, I haven't t h e h e a r t . " —Juggler o Some people a r e so d u m b t h a t they think t i m e t a b l e s have legs. Generosity On c o m i n g down t o b r e a k f a s t , Mr. F i n k l e b l a t z was accosted by his eldest son w i t h : "Oi f a d d e r , it is brother's b i r t h d a y a n d vat is you going to gif h i m ? " "Oi, my boy, tell him if he is a good boy ve will haf de vlndowP cleaned and t h e n ho m a y valch de peoples go by."

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is more than deliciously refreshing, it is satisfying and nourishing. Frequent

THE WAFFLE SHOP Best Ice Cream Parlor in the City Also (Confectionery and Fruits.

A. PATSY FABIANO 26 West Efchth Street

SPRING SUITS ALL TWO PANTS SUITS AT P O P U L A R PRICES

$25.00 $30.00 $35.00

P. S. BOTER & CO. MALTED MILKS 1 So. SUNDAES AND S O D A S

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 54 East 8th Str.

BRICK

Hoekstra's Ice Cream RICH A S GOLD 65 West 8th St.

FROST

Phone 2212

BITES

SPRING SUITS We have many different Styles but only ONE Standard of Quality.

The House of Extra-Values Vanderlinde & Visser, SO E, 8th St.

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Programs, Invitations and Placecards for

COLLEGE BANQUETS Engraving with Steel Die. Embossing on Invitations and Placecards. Let us take care of your Banquet needs.

STEKETEE-VAN HUIS PRINTING HOUSE C o m p U t e Service

9 East 10th St.

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FOR BEST RESULTS with your Kodak, use the film in the yellow box.

Dm J, Du Saar H O L L A N D PHOTO SHOP »+

GEO.H.BDIZINCA&CO. Jewelers and Opticians

S o p h — W h a t is a s n o r e ? F r e s h — A n u n f a v o r a b l e report f r o n headquarters! o Prop:—"Here, young man. it's against t h e law to spit on t h e rtoor." S e n i o r — " T h e n why did you put u | t h e sign: ' F i n e f o r S p i t t i n g on t h e Floor'." . \ o Rebqcctt, (Singing f k e y to. s l e e p ) — " B y low By low." • Abey, t h e f a t h e r — " O i d e t s right teach him to b.uy low a n d I wll teach him to well h i g h ! "

Chartered Agents for

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That you can be sure the kitchen is as clean as the dining-room. You can at

YOUR N A M E What's your n a m e ? This question is asked of us nearly everyday in the year. When we make our first ap pearance on the campus we are de sirous to know other names and to make our own known. There w a s a time when we answered the question in this wise: "John Brown—ask m i again and I'll knock you down," oi "Puddentame—ask me a g a i n and I'll tell you the same." Does it make any difference whether your name is "Obadiah Cornfield" or "Jennie Bumsting l e ? " Does it make any difference whether your name contains five letters or s i x ? Does it make any difference if you have a ponderous or a cute, so-called, middle n a m e ? Shakespeare has answered the question foi us when he had Juliet say, "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." What is the biggest factor in a name ? We see the torch and wonder who the torch-bearer can be. We see the name and wonder who can be the bearer of it. ( W e must admit some names are hard to bear.) To the final analysis, may we ask, what does your name represent? Some names, when whispered in our ears, portray to us, pictures of fools, loafers, knockers, good-for-nothings, leaners, g o s s i p e . s and a general, all-around, conglomeration of all that whic his not of the best in men. Other names, when whispered in our ears, portray to us, workers, doers, strivers, leaders, push ers, backers, helpers, and a general all-around, conglomeration of all that which is of the best in men. What does your name represent? Is it a message of dynamic influence? Of courage? Of friendliness? On the other hand, is it a m e s s a g e of undeveloped possibilities? Of laziness? Of failure? That's up to you. In college or in life, you must vindicate yourself. You must be a man. Don't strive to make yourself worthy of the name you bear; but, make your name a worthy one by being a worthy bearer. If Lincoln's name were ''Dum bell," we would honor "Dumhell" today. W. G. M., '27.

Laughlin 's Restaurant 72 East Eighth St. Where food it good, wholesome and clean. FREE TICKETS TO THE HOLLAND THEATRE.

ASK US.

Spring is Around the Corner JACK BLUE'S

Malted Milks are a good remedy for spring fever. DROP AROUND TO S E E US. 126 East Eighth St.

FINE PMNOS -AND-

Players, Victrolas and Records —at the—

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St.

Oxfords for Men in Snappy Styles It will pay you to look our Stock over 'Dick" the Sboe Doctor

ELECTRIC SHOE HOSPITAL IS E. 8th St.

(Continued f r o m P a g e 3) Blink (leaves quietly with much (gwiiiiiiiiimiiiHMiiiiinuiiiiiiMnimininm noise). u Muscular ( e n t e r s ) : How do you do Many are the demands for Corsa' ges that harmonize with the cos" Dr. Bing. My husband i s extremely nervous and does not rest well. Can : tume of the weaxer—either in color or variegaUon o/ colors! Our Tears ^ you s u g g e s t a remedy to put him to s experience in this service will please you. sleep ? S HENRY EBELlNK, Leading Florist, Phone 6554 238 River Ave. Bing ( c a l m l y ) : Buy a 29-pound mallet and use it till silent breathing U0 is heard. Muscular (leaves with a sad smile of glee on her f a c e ) . Bing ( r i s i n g and s m o k i n g ) : They make my laugh come. Whole Curtain F a l l s MORAL: Why pay a doctor bill COAT™EFACTORY PRICES O A T S AND A L L W E A T H E R when you can walk to t h e window and remove the pane? —Used by permission of Humble Peacock Journal. .

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