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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1925

GLEE CLUB GIRLS FIRST IN THE MUSIC CONTEST MEN'S CLUB GIVEN FOURTH PUCE AT KAZOO

STATE TRYOUTS AT fields and that they all spoke so highly KALAMAZOO J U D G E D RY T H E T I D E SWINGS I N T H E SEVof our girls club, the honor aaeumes E N T H INNING CAPABLE MEN all the greater importance. The Judges of the contest were Osbourne The sevenfh Inning was the lucky The Girls' Glee Club were unanimous- McConnathy, head of the Music Deone for Hope Saturday, April 18, ly awarded first place in the Intercol- partment of Northwestern University, when Hope won over Calvin College legiate Glee Club contest held at the Edward Mocre, music critic of Chihere In Hope's second baseball game Western State Normal last week F r i - cago Tribune and Ernest Hesser, «uof the season. Hope was one point be- day. The singing of our girls was one pervisor of public school music in hind, but hits by Zwemer and Illem- of the big surprises to everyone at the Indianapolis. ersma brought in three runs, thufl contest except of course, to the Hope Hillsdale College was awarded secEveryone at the t u r n i n g defeat into victory. Schou- Students present. ond place and Grand Rapids J u n i o r ten's crew looked like professional contest was talking about the artistic was given third place. The other girls sluggers with Vanden Brink hitting a singing of our girls. Too muc^h can- clubs competing in the afternoon con- 1 home run and Riemersma a triple. not be said about the beautiful sing- test were Western State Normal, CenThere was a strong east wind whic'h ing which they did at the contest. tral Normal and Detroit City College. gave additional impetus to the ball. They were in a class all by themselves. In the evening at 8:30 the mens' Cole pitched his first game for the There was not .a doubt whatsoever in contest was held. Every college t h a t school and showed himself to be a the minds of the judges nor in the entered a glrta' club entered a men's "comer.*' He wtruck out six men while minds of the audience as to who club, in addition to Albion, who did the Calvin pitcher s t r u c k out only won first place. In tone quality, in not enter a girls' club. In this contest two. The support was better than it phrasing, in enunciation, in stage ap- Albion was awarded first place, Dewas when Hope played Kalamazoo, pearance, in fact upon any basis t h a t troit City College second. Western and improvement was in evidence in j u d g m e n t could be passed they were State Normal, third, and Hope fourth. other ways. Hope managed to get superior. When one considers the fact The showing made by our men's club nine hits with the h o m e r of Vanden t h a t the judged were all men of na- was really remarkable considering t h e Brink in the eighth capping the cli- tional reputation in their respective fact that they thav been organized for max. In t h e ninth inning Buikema took the mound and also showed NOTED STUDENT S E C R E T A R Y form. * • TO B E AT H O P E On April 28 Hope will play the strong team of Kalamazoo College in Holland, and every Hopeite is expected to be out. SUMMARY Hope fi Ab R H E Ottipoby, 2b 1 De Orott, ss..... 4 Van Lente, l b 4 2 2 Riemersma. c 4 3 Vanden Brink, Jb 4 1 1 1 De Pree, 3b 2 Kole 4 1 1 Bovenkirk. rf 4 Steketee, If 2 •Albers 2 t Elenbaa« 2 1 1 t Forsten 0 ••Zwemer 3 1 1 1 0 Buikema 0 Totals • for Steketee t for De Pree t f o r Bovenkirk • • f o r Ottipoby. • 0 f o r Kole. Calvin College 3 Rienstra, cf. Beilema, 2 Van Vessem, If Koppers, 3 b Steen, ss De Oroot, l b Brasy.er, rf Van Wyke, c De Vries, p • Brower

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Totals 3G 2 4 4 • for DeVrics Struck Out—Kole fi; De Vries 5. Home Runs—Vanden Brink, Rienstra; three base hitw—Riemersma. two base hits—Van Lente, Kole. Umpire— Martin. o CALVIN COLLEGE JBTL"* CANCELS TRACK CONTEST The authorities pt Calvin College f o r b a d e Calvin Freshmen to run In t h e spring track relay against Hope, consequently Calvin was forced to cancel the meet. The relay was to t a k e place in the near f u t u r e ; with ten men of each college r u n n i n g from Holland to Grand Rapids. The Hope runners were out twenty strong, practicing every day, but now their hopes are turned to disappointment. —o A sdiool for cheer leaders has been organized at the University of Iowa. —Exchange.

SOPHOMORE WINS ORATORY CONTEST VAN

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Tuesday afternoon five s t u d e n t s gave portions of their orations on the Constitution in order t h a t Hope's representative might be selected for the National Contest. The rules provide t h a t the subjects may be on the Constitution or the Constitution and Washington, Ifamilton, Jefferson, Marshall, Madison, Webster, or Lincoln. Hope's winning oration is sent to Washington, and if it gains a prize, its a u t h o r will go to Chicago to contest there. The winner in Chicago competes with six other winners f r o m the various districts. The prizes for these seven winners range from $2,000 to $300. The judges: Mrs. W. Durfee, Prof. Wynand Wichers, Dr. J. B. Nykerk and Prof. Irvin Lubbers a f t e r consultation awarded first place to the oration "A Constant Defense" by Neil Van Oostenburg. The other orations were: "The Constitution" by Mary Siegers, "Lincoln and the Constitution" by Richard Mallory, "The Constitution" by Jean K u y p e r " and "Our Nation's Heritage" by H a r r i e t Heneveld. Hope not only congratulates her representative and wishes him a trip to the Golden Gate but also commends the good work and fine spirit shown in the other orations. P R E P BASEBALL The " P r e p s " started their diamond work, with practice games with some of the college classes. Fifteen fellows have reported for practice with Albers, Lemmen and Wlersma as pitching recruits, and Howard, Dykhuizen. and Knoll as other likely material. The infield already looks like a real team, and with the stick Wyngarden and others are regular Babe Ruths. The m a n a g e r has announced the following schedule: April 24—Zeeland there. April 28—Hudsonvllle, here. May 15—Hudsonville, there. May 19—Zeeland, here. o A 52-story building is to be built Dy the University of Pittsburg. It will cost ten million dollars and is to accommodate 12,000 students.

April 23-24, Mr. Archibald Campbell, Travelling Secretary for the Student Volunteer Movement, is expected to pay us a visit. While on the campus, his time is o u r time and a n y ' s t u d e n t s desiring personal conferences with him regarding lifu work or personal problems may hand in their names now to either Marion Pennlngs or J e a n e t t e Veldman. In spite of the n a m e Archibald, Mr. Campbell is a live wire: lie is a g r a d u a t e of the University of W a s h ington and Princeton Theological Seminary; took g r a d u a t e work at University of Pennsylvania; was member of the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, member of the Glee Club, Class President, is a member of the P h i Delta Theta Fraternity, was a m e m ber of the University of Washington Crew of 1912-1913, and of the f a m ous 1913 Crew which m a d e such a r e m a r k a b l e record at Poughkeepsie ami of which Ed. Leader, present Vale Coach, and " R u s t y " OuJlow, present University of Washington Couch, were members; did surveying in IJehring River coal fields of Alaska during college course; Home Missionary work at San J u a n Islands during college course a n d has been in Korea since 1916. He is now home on his first furlough and plans to return next year. Let's not fail to appreciate such a personage but get all the good possible from his visit; hear him in Chapel F r i d a y morning; make a r rangements for a personal conference if you have any problem t h a t you think he might be able to help you solve.

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IHKOSH CHAMPS OUTPOINTED BY HOPE DEBATERS

only a year and t h a t this was their first public a p p e a r a n c e of importance. DEAN G R I F F I T H OF KAZOO The other clubs were all much older NORMAL MAKES DECISION and all have made extensive tours ON SIX P O I N T S during the past year. Mr. McConnathy remarked that, "Hope may well Supporting the affirmative of the be proud of her Men's Glee Club." proposition: Resolved, t h a t Congress Our men's club is bound to be heard be empowered to override, by a twofrom In t h e f u t u r e . thirds vote, decisions of the Supreme Court, which declares acts of ConTlie credit for the success of our gress unconstitutional, t h e Hope Colclubs is not entirely due to the hard lege affirmative debating team won work of the members, but a large the decision over the negative t e a m s h a r e of it must go to the capable di- from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in a derector, Mrs. W. J. Fenton. There may bate held In Winants Chapel on be better directors in Michigan, but Tuesday, April 14. we have yet to see a director who can A small audience of students and direct a club to compare with our outsiders were entertained by the girls' club. Her diligence and devotion competing debaters. to the a r t of music have borne f r u i t The constructive speeches of the in the results obtained by the clubs participants contained logical and which she directed. As a token of clashing contentions a n d the opinion appreciation for h e r unselfish devo- was quite prevalent t h a t t h e teams tion to her work the Men's and Wo- were a b o u t tie, with the Oshkosh m a n ' s clubs presented her with a team having slightly the a d v a n t a g e In beautiful bouquet of American Beau- t h a t the burden of proof was shifted ty Roses on Friday evening. to the negative debaters. The

BOOKS DONATED TO BIOLOGY DEPT. GENETICS AND BOTANY T E X T S NOW ON R E F E R E N C E S H E L F The Hope Biology d e p a r t m e n t has recently acquired a substantial addition to its library. The students of t h e Genetics Class have given some forty dollars to be used to purchase very necessary reference books for the Genetics course. The students have done this in compliance with a custom that has been established f o r some years to solve the problem of r e f e r ence book shortage in this course. Dr. Patterson has purchased the following books with this money. WthltnaU's—The Dawn of Mankind; Myerson's—The Inheritance of Mental Diseases; More's—The Dogma of Evolution; Campbell's—Mental Disorders; Downing's—The Third and Fourth Generation; IJllie's—Problems of Fertilization; Hopkln's Origin and Evolution of Religion; Conkiln's—Heredity and Environment, 2 copies; Conklins—Direction in Evolution; Morgans—Critique of Evolution; Vernons—Variations In Plants and In Animals; Gate's Heredity and E u g e n ics; Bower, K e r r and Agar's—Lecture on Sex Heredity; Wlldner's—Man's Prehistoric Past; Punnett's—Heredity in Poultry; Kepner's—Animals looking Into the future.

The Biology Library has been f u r t h e r enlarged by liberal donations of Dr. Patterson, t h e head of the department. Most of the books t h a t Dr. Patterson has given deal with Botany —they partially fill a long felt need of the Botany Class. The books, amounting In value to twenty-five dollars, are listed below: . .

Chase's—First Book of Grasses; VAN L E N T E GETS F E L L O W W a r m i n g and Potter's—Systematic S H I P AT T H E U. O F M. Botany; Jeffrey's—Anatomy of Woody Plants; Cowdry's—General Cytology; The Regents' fellowship of the Tr el ease's—Winter Botany; TreUniversity of Michigan for the year lease's—Plant Materials of Decorative has been awarded to Kenneth Gardening; Wilder'®—History of t h e Van Lente of tfie class of 1925. This Human Body; Kellerman's—Spring fellowship yields a stipend of $450. Flora, 2 copies. Mr. Van Lente was recommended by the Hope College faculty a n d t h ' s The student body of Davidson Colrecommendation was approved by lege, Davidson, North Carolina, a n n u the University Board of Regents. ally furnishes one thousand dollars for Leonard De Moor holds this fel- their representative, a Professor of lowship during t h e ' present school Chemistry in Hangchow Christian year. College, China.

judge. Dean Griffith of KaJamazoo College, then gave his decisions which he had d r a w n f r o m six points of view. F r o m the six points he found t h a t two were a draw, one In favor of the Oshkosh team a n d the r e m a i n ing t h r e e to Hope's advantage. The decision of Dean Griffith is considered most authoritative since he Is considered to be one of the best debating judges In t h e state. This decision also boosts the stock of t h e Hope team, since they were judged superior to the visiting team In language, a n d ability to extemporize. The Oshkosh team, the Normal School champions of the state of Wisconsin, presented three accomplished debaters who spoke In a very commendable m a n n e r . Their debate at Hope was one of t h e m a n y t h a t they are making on their t o u r of Michigan. The Oshkosh t e a m was composed of Messrs: Magnusen, Kyes a n d Wright, while Hope used Messrs: Albers, H o f f m a n a n d G. Wessllnk. Dr. J. B. Nykerk, of t h e college, presided as c h a i r m a n of the debate. -o-

CLUB GIVES CHEM. BOOKS A regular monthly meeting of the Hope Chemistry Club was held Thursday, April 10th. Three m e m bers of t h e club took part In the program.^ J o h n Van Weelden gave a talk on t h e history and development of the s u g a r Industry. Anthony Smith read a paper on the recently discovered element. H a f n i u m . William Bonnema reported on recent developments in the field of chemistry. After t h e election of officers, the club voted to donate to the chemical library a one year subscription to t h e Journal of the American Chemical Society. Dr. Van Zyl has presented to the library t h i s year's subscription to the J o u r n a l of Industrial a n d E n gineering Chemistry. Thru some misunderstanding these magazines have not been received so far this year. It is hoped t h a t next year they will be supplied t h r u the original source. —o CHEMISTRY A P P O I N T M E N T H a r r y Raterink has received an appointment *o a g r a d u a t e asslstantship in chemistry at Northwestern University, Chicago. Mr. R a t e r i n k is to receive $500 and will be exempt f r o m tuition and laboratory fees.


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J o h n DeBell, P e t e r Wessollnk..Humor P e r h a p s an explanation m i g h t be In Hermlna Relnhart .Exchange t h e s u b j e c t s chosen. Sophomorlc Norman VanderHart Campusology r e p r e s e n t a t i o n s of t h e world's perils a n d t h e solutions to t h e s e p r o b l e m s Reporters In William G. Maat Head R e p o r t e r tire both p a t h e t i c and a m u s i n g Arlyne H a a n , '28; H a r r i e t H e n e - t h e i r i g n o r a n c e and seriousness. W h y veld, '27; J o h n Mulder, '28; J a m e s m u s t o r a t i o n s always be l u g u b r i o u s ? Ten Brink, '28; A. U n g e r s m a , '26; W h y m u s t we always dwell on t h e evils g n a w i n g at our vitals and t h e Silas W l e r s m a , '27. "only h o p e s " for c u r e ? It would Business seem t h a t t h e r e a r e s u b j e c t s m o r e In Gerald Pool Business M a n a g e r k e e p i n g with youth a n d o u r f o r w a r d J a c o b Klk, Carl Bovenkirk Ass'ts outlook. T h e r e m u s t be t h i n g s t h a t Eliot Weler Subscription M a n a g e r touch us m o r e nearly t h a n these. How can we speak with conviction of Accepted f o r mailing at special r a t e of those t h i n g s we know only by h e a r of postage for Section 1103, Act of Oc- s a y ? An oration w i t h o u t t h e p e r s o n tober, 1917. a u t h o r i z e d Oct. 19. 1918. al convictions and Interest of t h e s p e a k e r Is like an electric bulb w i t h BI T WHAT DOES H O P E N E E D ? t h e c u r r e n t t u r n e d off. If we h a v e W h a t the world needs today Is a a message lets let it t a l k ! But lets s a t i s f a c t o r y and lasting peace. W h a t not talk unasslmllated r e h a s h of o t h E u r o p e needs t o d a y Is t h e burial of er people's opinions. swords, jealousies and hatreds, and t h e acquisition of money. W h a t t h e ALBION M. O. L. ORATOR Orient needs t o d a y Is development. WIXS DIVISIOXAL CONTEST W h a t America needs t o d a y is g r e a t e r respect for law. W h a t Chicago, t h e Albion, April 11.—Word was r e d o w n t r o d d e n , s t e p p e d - o n . Ill-treated city of America, needs t o d a y i« a b o u t ceived f r o m Prof. H e n r y L. E w b a n k , half of L a k e Michigan. W h a t Mich- head of t h e public s p e a k i n g d e p a r t igan needs t o d a y is an outlet to t h e ment of Albion college, t h a t L y m a n sea. W h a t Holland needs t o d a y Is an J . J u d s o n of P l y m o u t h , Mich., Alof t h e adequate police force. But w h a t bion college senior, w i n n e r Michigan intercollegiate oratorical H o p e needs t o d a y Is w a t e r . W a t e r not In t h e way it flows f r o m contest, had won first place In t h e diat l a b o r a t o r y h y d r a n t s , but w a t e r in visional contest of seven s t a t e s 111., t h e way t h a t It bubbles f r o m d r i n k - M o n m o u t h college. M o n m o u t h , ing fountains. W a t e r to d r i n k — F r i d a y evening. Second place w e n t and t h a t ' s what we need. T h e gym has a to W a b a s h college of I n d i a n a Penndozen t u r n e d - o v e r faucets; Van Vleck t h i r d to Urslnus college of h a s a half-dozen faucets, but w h e r e sylvania. J u d s o n will r e p r e s e n t t h e e a s t e r n are the drinking cups; Winants c h a p e l has heat, light, p l a t f o r m a n d division of s t a t e s at t h e n a t i o n a l conseats, but w h e r e is t h e w a t e r ; Van test to be held a t N o r t h w e s t e r n uniR a a l t e has one, wall a t t a c h m e n t , versity, E v a n s t o n , 111., May 2. At t h e b u b b l i n g f o u n t a i n , but where a r e s t a t e contest a t K a l a m a z o o college t h e real, honest to goodness s t a n d i n g In M a r c h t h e Albion o r a t o r m a d e a from model, d r i n k i n g fountains. T h e y ' r e record by g e t t i n g first place every one of t h e six j u d g e s — O . R. not at Hope College. B u t get t h e m we m u s t , and get Press. t h e m we will. The cost of one f o u n tain plus the installation c h a r g e is a b o u t f o r t y dollars. Alumni, please t a k e notice. If you a r e c o n t e m p l a t ing the bestowal of a gift to your A l m a Mater, here is a c h a n c e to present a gift t h a t will be a p p r e c i a t ed. Fellow s t u d e n t s if in t h e n e a r f u t u r e , you should be c o n t e m p l a t i n g a similar g r a n t , supply this need. H e r e is a f f o r d e d an o p p o r t u n i t y of doing a real good t e r m to six h u n d r e d s t u d e n t s both of today and of y e a r s to come. SOCIETY OFFICERS In a f o r m e r Issue of t h e A n c h o r a n

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CHAPEL CHIMES On W e d n e s d a y m o r n i n g , April 15, t h e men arna ladles of t h e college held With t h e coming of s p r i n g t h e t h o t s devotions s e p a r a t e l y . T h e f o r m e r met and a m b i t i o n s of m a n y t u r n to tennis. in t h e usual place of m o r n i n g w o r s h i p The c o u r t s a r e a b o u t r e a d y f o r t h e while t h e ladies met in Voorhefis hall. service t h e y are called u p o n to Dr. D l m n e n t addressed the, college r e n d e r a t this time of t h e year. T o u r - men. n a m e n t s a r e being a r r a n g e d f o r Men's Singles as well as Women's Singles, Men's Doublee, and W o m e n ' s Doubles; and t h e w i n n e r s of these contests a r e to be Hope's r e p r e s e n t a tives In a s t a t e contest to be held In K a l a m a z o o this spring. O t h e r schools a r e also desirous of playing a t e a m f r o m Hope.

article a p p e a r e d In w h i c h the society j a n i t o r s received considerable praise. This praise w a s justly given, hut, yet, t h e j a n i t o r ' s position Is decided by lot, a n d to him goes no p a r t i c u l a r h o n o r In t h e way of obtaining an office d u e to his m e r i t s or ability. The o t h e r society officers, however, a r e chosen o because of t h e i r ability and because The class of '27 for t h r e e s e m e s t e r s of t h e i r m e r i t s for t h e task alloted h a s an a v e r a g e of 81.56, girls l e a d i n g them. with SC.85 and boys w i t h 79.86 a s an J u d g i n g f r o m the officers elected a v e r a g e . The h i g h e s t seven in t h e f o r t h e s p r i n g term In t h e various class a r e girls a n d t h e lowest nine societies it Is evident t h a t the abila r e boys. T h e r e a r e f o u r t e e n girls ity to lead in a n essential qualification and f o u r boys with an a v e r a g e b e f o r being a society officer. Too often tween 00-100, between 80-90 t h e r e fellows and girls consider society a girls, and below 80 t h e r e a r e t h l r t y place In w h i c h to h a v e a glorious, Within the next two y e a r s t h e Sophilarious, rollicking t i m e and n o t h i n g a r e thirty-seven boys a n d eighteen else. These s a m e people often w o n Watch them! der why It Is t h a t t h e y never win o u t h o m o r e s can do a g r e a t deal If they on election nights. T h e reason Is t h a t five boys and seven girls. t h e s e people a r e not c a p a b l e leaders. A l m a College calls h e r Milestone A good h u m o r i s t m a y be able to k e e p t h e " M a r o o n and C r e a m . "

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The p a r t i c i p a n t s w e r e " D " and "C" students. In t h e girls' contest first 2 place was a w a r d e d to Miss A n n a i K o e m a n of t h e " D " Class, who gave t h e declamation entitled " J o a n of Arc." Second place w a s a w a r d e d to Miss Cordelia Klelnheksel, s p e a k i n g " T h e Sign of t h e Cross." In t h e boys' contest first place was a w a r d e d We Specialize in Bobbing and Shingling to Marvin Albers of t h e " D " class m who gave the d e c l a m a t i o n entitled Work Done by an Expert Barber = " T h e Boy O r a t o r of Zepita City." Sfceond place w a s a w a r d e d t o J a c o b Oyer Green Hill Ctfe DeWltt of t h e "C" class, w h o h a d 1 HOLLAND, MICH. | chosen t h e d e c l a m a t i o n "A R o m a n QlillllllililllliliOiOIUillllllllilli IHMIilOOOIIOiOOIIIIOIOIIOII0 Guide In B e n e v a . "

W h a t Is Y o u r P e t H o b b y ? MR. J. MKENGS E N T E R T A I N S CEDAR G R O V E STUDENTS Ted V a n d e n B r i n k , '26. I would say m y h o b b y Is fishing. On Tuesday evening, April 14, t h e I like to go fishing a n y t i m e of t h e s t u d e n t s of C e d a r Grove were e n t e r - day or year and w h e t h e r I catch a n y tained at t h e h o m e of Mr. J . H. t h i n g or not. I e n j o y It. I like to go because It Is o u t - o f - d o o r s . Meengs, f o r m e r principal of t h e Wis- fishing T h e r e with u p a r d n e r d u r i n g t h e sllconsin Memorial A c a d e m y . Mr. J . H. Meengs and his two b r o t h e r s were t h e ( n e e of fishing, I like to t h i n k over e n t e r t a i n e r s of t h e evening. A f t e r and discuss t h e p r o b l e m s of t h e day. s o m e g a m e s and s t u n t s had been Mary Pleters, '25: played, r e f r e s h m e n t s w e r e served by Mrs. Meengs and h e r d a u g h t e r s . Bef o r e d i s b a n d i n g t h e g r o u p s a n g several songs. Those p r e s e n t w e r e : T h e odore Boot, Lester I)eYoung, Cornelius Dykhuizen, Florence Dulmes C l a r e n c e Hcssellnk, H a r o l d Hessellnk, Derwln H u e n l n k , E a r l K r e u n e n , J e a n K u y p e r , Clarence L u b b e r s , Melvin L u b b e r s . K a t h r y n M e n t i n k , Mildred R a m a k e r , G e r d e n a Smies, Alvin Ten 1'as, William V e r h a g e , Wesley Van Zanten, a n d H a r v e y D c B r u l n e .

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MICraGAN TO SOUTH CAROLINA DR. VOORHEES A D D R E S S E S —ONE WAY T H E STUDENT BODY

'A N e w Vision f o r Y," was given t h i s week to t h e Y. W. g i r l s by t h e Dr. Oscar M. Voorhees, General After cutting a good s t a r t by h e w president, H e r m l n a R e l n h a r t . S e c r e t a r y of t h e P h i Beta K a p p a and m e a n s of C a i m a n ' s F o r d w e b e g a n S h e told us t h a t youth w a s t h e t i m e representative of the . Reformed o u r e v e n t f u l Journey, riding In s e r e n e f o r visions. W e should a l w a y s not b l l 8 8 f o r a t I e a 8 t f o u r m l l e 8 D u r I n g a n c h u r c h In military organization, a d only be looking a h e a d a n d moving h o u r o f r e f l t a t t h e r o a d g l ( l e T u t t l e . dressed t h e s t u d e n t s Monday m o r n f o r w a r d , but also be c o n s t a n t l y ex(battle-scarred veteran, a f t e r a h e r o i c l n f r ' A p , " 1 3 ' M r ' V o o r h e ' ' i ' h a d not t e n d i n g our goal. W e m u s t never be l>een on t h e c a m p u s since he a t t e n d s u c c e e d e ( , ln paS9inK ug W e m a l ^ d with s o m e good a t t a i n e d as c o n t l n u e d t 0 S o u t h H a v e n , v h e r e t w o ed t h e d e d i c a t o r y exercises of Voorw e r e t h e discoverers of the South m o r e p r e c l o u s h o u r s a n d f o u r o f o u r h e e s Dormitory. Pole, who h a v i n g reached t h e i r des- m o r e p r e c l o U 8 H i m o ) e o n s w e r e e n t | r e l y H e centered his t a l k on t h e words tlnatlon, w e r e t h e n w i t h o u t f u t u r e w a g t e d o n a W 0 r t h l e 8 8 a n d u n g r a t e f u l f o r g r e a t Is t h e Holy One In our aspirations content. In h e r vision f o r " Y " o u r new president s h o w e d us those t h i n g s we Hhould strive for. A m i n o r b u t necessary a i m Is p r o m p t n e s in a t t e n d i n g

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out meetings. A g r e a t a i m is t h e cul- | n K o n o u r w a y h r i g h t and early t h e n d v a n t a g c s of o u r c o u n t r y 011 0U1 t l v a t i n g and Improving of such hablte n e x j n n o n i w e d r o v e d a y a n d n i g h t n r - " P ' Christian h e r i t a g e , " as chapel attendance, reading th^ Bible a n d p r a y i n g to God. H e r m l n a saw In her vision a Y. W. in w h i c h every girl knew every o t h e r "i m e m b e r . She s a w g r e a t e r f r l e n d l l ness, s y m p a t h y , a n d love. She s a w us t r y i n g to look upon each o t h e r In t h a t u n d e r s t a n d i n g w a y In w h i c h God sees na. She s a w us winning s o u l s to Christ. S h e s a w us when scattered, p u t t i n g In'4

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EXCHANGE gladly t u r n i n g t h e i r f a c e s h o m e w a r d In At K a l a m a z o o College It will soon t h e hopes of becoming pillars of salt, . , P 8 stu<lent w h o s e avel tvhile t h e third continued on his way. ° the fl it tW0 year8 0f col,eg0 j succeeded, a f t e r t w o d a y s of c e a s e " WOlk 01 b e t t e r " ' t 0 m a k e ai'Piicac a i . e . In divorcing our w a r - h o r s e tlon for a n A. B. or B. S. d e g r e e as a f o r a n Overland, model ? ? ? well scholar. Much f r e e d o m f r o m gennever m i n d , In which, a f t e r sixteen blow-outs, arrived a t my destination e r a l ' ^ ' " t l o n s will be allowed such

0 , d e r t h a t they m a y d0 in just one week. 7 hours, a n d 23 sec- 8 t U d e n t 8 r e a l research w o r k u n d e r t h e direc— — onds. Let us say n o t h i n g a b o u t the tion of one professor. On T u e s d a y evening t h e Y. M. C. A. r e t u r n trip, for full p a r t i c u l a r s see m e t f o r an a f t e r E a s t e r m e e t i n g . The Klein and Van H a r t e s v e l d t . thought of the meditation was n A professor at Illinois Wesleyan " W a t c h m e n . " . A f t e r t'he devotional University hns a n original Idea for CAMPUS N E W S period, a p i a n o solo was given by R a y t h e p u n i s h m e n t of l a t e - c o m e r s to his m o n d S m i t h . T h e m e e t i n g w a s in R a y m o n d Van Zoeren a n d J o s h u a classes. The last two s t u d e n t s coming c h a r g e of B a r n a r d Luben. He s p o k e H o g e n b o o m have been selected as In must s t a n d . Results are Inon t h e need of a s y m p a t h e t i c a n d ac- class o r a t o r s for c o m m e n c e m e n t by s t a n t a n e o u s . tlve • w a t c h f u l n e s s on the p a r t of t h e f a c u l t y . Christians, using as a setting the o William Lowell Bryan, p r e s i d e n t of scene In G e t h s e m a n e . Christ calls Hope's c a m p u s h a s m a n y visitors University of I n d i a n a does not us all to be p r a y i n g w a t c h m e n . To be n o w a d a y s in t h e s h a p e and f o r m of a g r e e w i t h E u r o p e a n s who limit their this, we m u s t realize w h a t m u s t be high school s u p e r i n t e n d e n t s . The college e n r o l l m e n t to t h o s e w h o a r e t h e object of o u r watching. It was h e a r t s of prospective t e a c h e r s a r e all , , o s t m t e d t o s u r v i v e t h e process, impressed t h a t if Christ had a glimpse aflutter. Professor Winter says P ' ^ d e n t Bryan says t h e m e d i o c r e of t h e f u t u r e and saw t h e l u k e - w a r m " I t ' s h a r d e r for t h e girls to select a college men c o n s t i t u t e t h e necessary ness of hid followers In the c h u r c h t e a c h i n g position t h a n to select a »»»idge between t h e few men of genius today, this one great sin would cause a n d t h e world a t large, and t h e r e f o r e man. him t h e most suffering. L u k e - w a r m t h e y h a v e a right to college education. 0— ness indicate? t h e lack of a lofty purpose. Except we be linked with t h e F r i d a y J a m e s \ erMeulen slid down Under t h e direction of t h e Y. M. C. t e 8te )s in " e t e r n a l p u r p o s e of G o d , " we c a n n o t ^ l ^ a n Raalte. A f t e r the

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h a d cea8ed and J l m had A h o p e to be t r u l y great in real service. - a S u n d a y S c h 0 0 1 is b e l n K o r g a n 1 ^ A c o m p a r i s o n of the c h u r c h to a g r e a t P'cked himself up t h e f r i g h t e n e d con e a r Fennville. Adrian Z w e m e r . ed a r m y helped to bring out a conceps reorganized t h e i r startled nerves. M a r t i n H o e k s e m a . Adrian De Boom, tlon of t h e g r e a t n e s s of God's purpose. J i m says. "My new shoes, with lenXh- anrt Mabelle Du Mez a r e booked a s

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spired by t h e two c o m f o r t i n g f a c t s of oAbout 90 p e r c e n t of t h e s t u d e n t s E a s t e r — t h e h o p e of e t e r n a l life and The Seniors d e f e a t e d t h e P r e p s in at 1,rinceton t o o k t h e p r o m i s e "Lo, I a m with you al- an eight Inning g a m e F r i d a y . The P a r t i n s o m e fr>rm way." final s c o r e was 7 to 3. A f e a t u r e of ° f a t h l e t i c s laat year. T h e r e a r e 32 t h e g a m e was t h e prep-girl a t t e n d - a t h l e t i c squads r e p o r t i n g activities. T r a c k and cross-country lead with a n c e a n d their e n t h u s i a s m . A Gtudy m a d e at D a r m o u t h Col208 m e n . — E x . -olege shows t h a t the a v e r a g e s t u d e n t -oH e r m a n Coburn '23, was a visitor m a k e s his best grades d u r i n g t h e first The p a r e n t s of K a n s a s University on the c a m p u s last week. s e m e s t e r of his s o p h o m o r e year. s t u d e n t s a r e engaged in 170 different o o occupations. F a r m e r s lead In having T h e Cosmos recently had their ALUMNI N E W S t h e largest n u m b e r of r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s hall r e d e c o r a t e d . in school. Rev. George H a n k a m p '0V, h a s ac—o— purT h e K n i c k e r b o c k e r society cepted a position a s professor in A s t u d y of 1007 g r a d u a t e s of Weschased a new piano. C e n t r a l College a t Pella Iowa. leyan University m a d e some time a g o o— proved t h a t one's likelihood of success A f t e r a mad s e a r c h for his bicycle .. . . , . . . . . . Wiley W. Mills '93, was elected is proportional to his s c h o l a r s h i p In m e m b e r of t h e Chicago council f o r N o r m a n V a n d e r H a r t went d e j e c t e d - s ( , h o o ] 0 u t of 140 ^ h o n o r m e n t h e 37th w a r d . b ' h o m e w a r d . And in t h e m e a n t i m e valedlctorlans o r s a l u t a t o r i a n s of t h e i r his f a i t h f u l R a m b l e r rested s e r e n e 0 classes, 5 0 ^ achieved sufficient disT h e e n g a g e m e n t of Miss E s t h e r R. ly a g a i n s t Van Vleck H'all. Too bad t l n c t l o n t 0 b e I n c l u d e d | n . . w h o M u l d e r '20, to Ronald C. M o u n t a ' n , s t u d e n t s have a h a b i t of using t h i n g s Amesbury, Mass., h a s been a n - not t h e i r own. nounced. in Union ^3

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Graduation Clothes Look over our line of SPRING SUITS and TOP COATS Also a Beautiful line of samples for $34.75. The latest in furnishings at

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D o n ' t s for L o v e r s Don't wed a plain g i r l — s h e will always be plain. D o n ' t wed a pr etty g i r l — s h e will always be vain. D o n ' t wed a poor girl—you'll ever regret it. Don't wed a rich girl—you'll n e v e r f o r g e t It. Don't wed.

A Lesson f o r L o v e r s W h a t he t h o u g h t s h e w o r e : a n g e l i c d r a p e r i e s of s o m e m a r v e l o u s clinging m a t e r i a l , w i t h a k i n d of h e a v e n ly h u e to m a t c h her w o n d e r f u l eyes. W h a t she really wore: a m a d e over blend of h e r old green silk and sist e r s white crepe. W h a t she t h o u g h t he w o r e : s o m e t h i n g d r a w n by L e y e n d e c k e r a n d f e a t u r e d by notable tailors, w h i c h lent a princely distinction to his m a n ly f o r m . His real c o s t u m e : a mail o r d e r suit, w h i c h cost $1789 a n d e m phasized all his worst points. W h a t he t h o u g h t s h e s a i d : t h i n g s which showed a mind a t t u n e d to high ideals and finished by education. W h a t her conversation really exhibited; six c u r r e n t p l a t i t u d e s and t h r e e b r o m i d e s quotations a c q u i r e d by f o r cible feeding in t h e E n g . Lit. class. What she thought h e discussed: m a t t e r s w h i c h showed poise and worldly wisdom. W h a t h e really utt e r e d : an endless chain of such g e m s as, "I'll t r y a n y t h i n g onfce"; T h a t kind of b u n k ' s no use to a business m a n " ; " W h a t this c o u n t r y really needs," etc. H e t h o u g h t she looked like Mary Pickford, s h e really looked r e m a r k a b l y like h e r Aunt Maggie in Railway. She t h o u g h t h e resembled Uudie Valentino; he w a s really tho i m a g e of his U n d o P e t e In P o d u n k Center. And n e i t h e r of t h e m k n e w a n y better, for each m a r r i e d s o m e one elso a n d t h o u g h t occasionally of how diff e r e n t t h i n g s might h a v e been.

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H O L L A N D PHOTO SHOP 10 East 8th St.

D. J . D u S A A R

Spring fever is the result of atmospheric change. It can be best combated" by care in diet. With profusion of food we combine CLEANLINESS, SERVICE and Q U A L I T Y

Green Nill Cafe

"Flivver Lovers" A boy and girl went r i d i n g In a flivver one bright d a y ; And as t h e y sped a l o n g t h e r o a d These w o r d s s h e h e a r d him s a y : " S w e e t h e a r t mine, I love you miadly And so it is I ask of y o u — Even when m y tail-light flickers, Will you, will you still be t r u e ? "

Proprietor

When Camera Films Fail to DEVELOPE P R O P E R L Y do you have the reason explained to you? W e explain failures to our patrons and strive to help them get better pictures. Bring all films to us for better work, twenty-four hour service and get helpful ideas on how to improve your snaps. All films for all cameras are stocked, too.

HAAN BROS. DRUG CO. P r e i c r i p t i o n Druggists 194 River Ave.

Holland, Mich.

Special Watch and Diamond Offer Your choice of any watch or diamond ilng in our slock at $1.00 down and $1.00 a week.

Geo. H. Huizinga & Co. JEWELERS

FINE PIANOS -AND-

Players, Victrolas and Records —at the—

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St. Pianos and Victrolas rented at reasonable prices.

We are looking for you especially when you are looking for

PRINTING and Service.

We are as near as you telephone - c a l l 5908

Steketee - Van Huis Printing House Successors to Klaasen Printing Co.

9 East 10th St.

Complete Service

Holland^ Mich.

Bishop & Raflenaud T h e Bicycle S h o p . S k a t e s S h a r p e n e d . Keys D u p l i c a t e d .

Ready Dishes, Hot & Cold for Busy Patrons

Laughlin's Restaurant 72 E a s t E i g h t h S t . "A Real Good Place to Eat."

Lives of g r e a t men o f t r e m i n d us T h a t there'll surely c o m e a t i m e When our virtues will be s o u n d e d In D i m n e n t ' s a w f u l line.

MAKE OUR PLACE Your home for Kodak Finishing, Framing and Gifts

tireen Mill Cafe

Lunches put up.

Our 28 YeartExperience as Watchmaker at the Bench is at Yonr Service.

PETER A, SELLESy Jeweler 14 East 8th St,

The Folks at Home would Appreciate Your Picture. SEND ONE NOW.

Xhe Lacey Studio

04-22-1925  
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