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Sorosis Gives Big HOPE HIGH SCHOOL DRIVE KAZOO LOSES TO TO BE STAGED THURSDAY Program at Douglas HOPE IN FIRST Villagers "CIUCK." I>E J O \ G E HEC'ENTLV FHOM INDIA 'IX) TKLL OF

KXPKHlESCFJi "Chick" De Ji>nge will apeak to the College AHsembly Thuixnday morning ul eleven o'clock. He will teJl of Ma experiences a« Principal of Hope High school at Madan-ipalle, India. Since he h a s just recently returned, he is able to give t h e atudent body freah, n-rst-hand Information concerning their High school in India. Chris has served a s Principal for three and a Jialf years a n d nas met with great success in every activity of t h e High School p r o g r a m . li was with great regret tnat t h e teacners and students bade him farewell when he left for a short f u r l o u g h to the United States. T h e sentiment expressed in Uhe farewell address, which was delivered to h i m at his de pa rture, was t h a t of a appreciation for his f a i t h f u l services and a hope for his speedy return. On Thuiyday m o r n i n g t h e students of Hope will have the great opportunity of nearing "Ohick" tell about his extremely interesting experiences as principal of their High School in India. . Jjb Hope High School was founded in J a n u a r y 1917. Originally the institution was called Madanapalle High School, but the Heformed Church i»oard changed the name lo Hope High school a f t e r Hope College had agree in 1917 to^ossume the Principal's salary. At that time J o h n D. Muyskens, '14, a g r a d u a t e of Hope, was Principal. Ever since the Principals have all been Hope graduates. Gntil May 1918 the plan f o r . raising t h e f u n d s had been one of voluntary pledging a m o n g the atudents ami faculty eaah. year. In May, 1918, the p e r m a n e n t endowment plan was introduced and carried out by t h e college, under t h e Administration of The Association Union. Under this plan t h e High School was to be placed on a p e r m a n e n t endowment basis of ten thousand dollars. There were at that lime a h u n d r e d s t u d e n t s of the 'College who each pledged a hundred dollars to be paid in a n n u a l payments of ten dollars beginning in 1919. By this a r r a n g e m e n t the High school would be permanently endowed to t h e year 1929. Until then, the plan i<3 to raise t h e necessary salary lor principal by voluntary Bubserhption in t h e college, wihiich is carried on by t h e Association Union. The principal's salary is six hundred and fifty dollars a year. Anything over t h a t a m o u n t goes toward t h e P e r m a n e n t Endowment Fund. Last year the college pledged one thousand and twenty-one dollars for the Hope High School Fund.

SIX HOPE STUDENTS GET SCHOLARSHIPS C'HEMJSTUY DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES AWARDS FOR NEXT YEAR The spirit of contest is an element which pet'meatea our collegiate world of today. We have innumerable contests, which should, at all timew, promote a feeling of healthful rivalry. During t h e past winter, much distinction has been won by our athletes and debating teams, and our orators. Now Hope h a s come to t h e front in a contest which lhas involved competition with t h e best institutions of the East and Middle West. Six men have been a w a r d e d assistant-ships in the Chemistry D e p a r t m e n t s of several leading colleges and universities. These a w a r d s a r e based on high scholastic standings a.nd a r e due also to the enviable I'efputation of our Chemistry D e p a r t m e n t and tihe splendid record which f o r m e r Hope men have a t tained in this field. Professor Van Zyl announces t h e following a p p o i n t m e n t s : Harry Dykstra. Valedictorian of the class of '24, at the Ohio State University; A r t h u r Osterhof, at t h e Northwestern University; Russel Van Dyke, at the University of UHnois; Harry Mouw, a t Haverford College. Havei ford, Penn.; Martin Cupery, at Amherst; and Harold iWerks. a t the State University of Iowa Tlwse men will receive a n ave r a g e of $500.00 a year and will be exempt f r o m payment of tuition and Ample time is all laboratory fees. for t h e pursuance of also allowed g r a d u a t e s t u d y in the field of chemistry. It is worth while to note t h e wide geographical separation of these insnitutions.. where our men have received appointments, which is an evidence t h a t t h e reputation of Hope and its Chemistry Department is by no m e a n s limited. W e a r e certain -tlhat these men will a d d t o t h e r e p u t a tion t h a t Hope already has in t h i s respect a n d we wish t h e m t h e best of success in t h e i r endeavors.

PROF. A. RAAP RESIGNS HIS POSITION AT HOPE COLLEGE TO (JO TO FLORIDA Prof. Albert l i a a p tendered his resignation as educational secretary oi Hope college at the annual meeting ot the council Wednesday. Mr. Radlp has been connected with the institution since 1903 when he was elected professor of Dutch language and, literal ure and since 1918 nas served the college as educational secretary. Mr. Kaap assigned as the principal reason for his resignation the condition of Mrs. K a a p tT healih, a c h a n g e of climate having been advised by her physician. They expeci to locate in Florida. # ALUMNI NOTES li was like old times to see Tut 11aker on the c a m p u s again this week. 1 ut is a m e m b e r of tne f a m o u s class of 1}»23 I/aRev. Harry HolTs now has a line new church building a t Coopersviile. U was remodeled last year, and was re-dedicated last Thursday evening. The f o r m e r pastors participated in the program, a m o n g whom was Rev. John Van P e u r s e m of Zeeland. Miss Vera Keppel, a f t e r a long and erious illness, h a s again left .home to lake up her work as teacher of dramatics at SlaJe College. P e n n . Chris De Jonge, who is again in this vicinity a f t e r three years spent in India, gave an address on his experiences there, in tlie C i r i s t i a n High Sehool a u d i t o r i u m Thursday night. Even our professors a r e not m u n e to t h e debating bug. We that Prof. Egbert Winter upheld atlirmatlve side of a debate on panese exclusion at a meeting of Social Progress club this week, have not learned wh et h er or no p r o f e s s o r ' c a m e ' out on top.

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Last Friday evening the Sorosis society dispensed with its regular meeting and traveled tu Douglas. Every rteat in the village .hull was occupied by eager listeners who c a m e t o h e a r tne clever program t h e girls had a r ranged. Gray-hail red men a n d r e d - h a i r e d children gaped, wide-eyed, while Isla P r u i m and Marian Van Vessem gave a "Dutch Dunce." .. Aleen De Jonge r e a d "Spreading the News," and a n "Italian Skedch." a f t e r which Isla P r u i m . J a n e t Albers and Marian Van Vessem s a n g "The West Wind," a n d " W a k e Miss Llndy." An 'Irish Tilt," danced by Catherine Sterkens a n d F r a n c e s Huntley called f o r t h several encores. The red-headed children fairly went frantic over Marian Van \ essem's "Somebody Done I t " a n d " T h a t Ain't the Worst of U Neither." Adelaide R o r g m a n and Janet Albers c h a r m e d (he audience with Schutt's "A La liien Amle." A one-act play. "Distinguished Service Under Fire," was given by Mrs. F r a n c e s lioschYeomans. Colombe Bosch and R u t h Nibbelink. Then, t h e rendition of "A Bird in the Hand," almost "brot down the house." Mildred Bertsch and Cora Van Hartesveldt gave a pirate dance. Isla, lovelier than ever I if that may be) in her gypsy g a r b )brought a fitting close to t h e prog r a m by singing "in Italy," and "Rosa Marie."

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In a game that s t a r t e d out with a l i h e o a r m a r k a of a slugfest, but soon developed into a slow game, t h e l a n g e and Blue nine managed to hit at critical intervals, and outscore ihe^Kazoo College diamond chasers

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April 29-30 Dramatic Club Play May 2 Arbor Day May 8 Voorhees Day Ladies' Oratorical Contest 2 P. M. May 16 Junior-Senior Banquet May 23 Dorian Banquet May 26 Glee Club Program May 28 School of Music Recital May 29 Raven Oratorical Contest May 30 Emersonian Banquet June 2. School of Music Recital, "Senior" June 4 Cosmopolitan Banquet June'6 Knickerbocker Banquet June 7 Delphi Banquet June 9 School of Music Recital June 12 Fraternal Banquet ...."A" Class Program, 7:30 P. M. June 13 Sibylline Banquet Meliphone Program June 15 Baccalaureate Sermon June 16 Ulfulas Program, 7 ;30 P. M. June 16 Ulfilas Program, 7:30 P. M. June 17 Alumni Day June 18 Commencement

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POUR TO ONE COUNT WAS THE Til RES A E SMALLEGAN AND PETER D E RCJ1TKR PLACE AS MARGIN OF HOPE'S SECONDS IN "A" AND 44B" VICTORY CLASS ANNUAL ORATORICAL CONTESTS Popurn'B I l i i i l l W a s a Feature Kalamazoo Made Very E Pluribus Unum and The Supreme Costly Krrors Law Winning Orations

Kazoo came to bat first and weak g r o u n d e r s t r o m the first t h r e e men. Who made tne t r i p to t h e plate, to t h e n o p e inrteid retired 'tine side. The m m man up for Hope w a s "Chief" Ottipoby. He g o t - o n tirst base with a hit. Lubbers stfcrlliced, and Doekuen was put out at ttrst. R i e m e r e m a got Hately to ttrst, and c a m e in with Ottipooy on Van L e n t e s two-bagger Aloers profited by a Kazoo error and i cached tirst. and Van Bente traveled the remaining s a c k s for the third score. Nothing more t h a n ordinary baseball routine ensued until the f o u r t h inning, when t h e first Kazoo lutter reacihied the first sack. That hitter was Voorhees, Jr., and a n e r r o r and his brother's hit look him across t h e home plate. Outside of a hit' in o— the second frame,; Hone w e n t hitlesa until the adxth. while KTazoo g a r n e r e d (wo hits* in Jhe f o u r t h , one in Uie n f t h . two* in the sixth a n d one each in uie seventh and ninth. Hope got her other three in t h e sixth, seventh, and Jack Prins, Ted Essen baggers, and eighth innings. j > Fred Yonkman attended a V. M. C. Hope's fourtih, tally c a m e in t h e A. Leaders' conference at Ann Arbor seventh when Ottipoby h i t safely a n d Friday. was advanced t o second by Laibbers' uacrilice hit; coming in on Ben RiiemProf. KJe.is h a s tihe mumps. e r s m a ' s single.

Uev. D. Dykstra. a messenger of Hope The V. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. stationed in Mesopotamia- has writ- cabinets had a joint meeting F r i d a y ten an interesting article, published a f t e r n o o n . in "The Times of Mesopotamia" describing how a moon eclipse is regarded by the natives. Dr. J. B. Nykerk was one of t h e judges for the National Oratorical Rev. Henry Veldman addressed a contest a l North western University meeting of t h e a d u l t men's ami wo- Friday. men's ilible classes and the Sunday School teachers of the F i r s t ReT h e Anchor Staff held a meeting formed c h u r c h here Wednesday even- l-Viday afternoon. ing. Mr. Veldman was in town for the meeting of the Hope College Council. Nelle Kole directed a play for a class of girls a t the Ninth Street Rev. Teunls Mullenberg of South Christian Reformed c h u r c h . After Holland. Illinois, .has been granted t h e p e r f o r m a n c e t h e y piesented her permission to t a k e six months' leave with a basket of flowers. of absence. He expects to t a k e advantage of this opportunity next fall It is rumored that Charles P a r s o n ' s when he will leave this country for a fancy h a s turned, this spring, f r o m trip around the world. his books. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Van EyckIn view of t h e musical renaissance, Stegeman a r e returning to Holland on Aaron U n g e r s m a has announced t h a t their first furlough f r o m J a p a n . Mrs. his studio is open for any of t h o s e Stegeman was formerly Miss G e r t r u d e who desire lessons on the accordion. Hoekje. a n d both are g r a d u a t e s of Hope. Mrs. J. E. Telling, at her beautiful 'home on t h e P a r k road, feted MarJoseph R. Sizoo, has accepted a call garet Anderson last T h u r s d a y evenlo the New York Avenue Presbyterian ing. Twenty-eight guests were inc h u r c h in Washington, D. C. This Us vited to Sunset T e r r a c e in t h e young one of t h e largest churches in t h e delady's honor. Music and laughter nomination and gives us one more opportunity to be proud of our Alum- gave evidence of how brilliantly t h e fourteen couples were entertained. ni. -

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Taken all in all t h e g a m e gave local student fans ? chance t o view their team in action against a t e a m t h a t was its equal in hitting a n d fielding strength. Had Kazoo not m a d e s o m e costly mi splays In t h e earlier f r a m e s of the game, t h e score might have been djitterent at the end of eleven or twelve innings. 1- or Hope, Ottipoby led the t e a m in hitting, g a r n e r i n g t h r e e safeties. Van L e n t e ' s double was t h e most timely hit in the game. F o r Kazoo t h e Voorhees Brothers and Buys cavorted best. Doeksen and Albers were the fielders to w h o m credit is due on Hope's books. Lineups and S u m m a r y : — HOPE— HB R H E 3 . 2 1 1 C. Lubbers, ss 2 0 0 2 Doeksen. 3b ... ....3 •o 0 1 Riemersma. c ... 4 1 2 0 Van Lente, lb... 4 1 2 0 Albers. If 4 0 0 0 Forsten, rf 4 0 1 0 Veldman. cf 4 0 1 0 Poppen. p ....3 0 1 1

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TVVILIGHT SERVICE HELD THURSDAY EVENING BV THE V. W. C. A.

At seven o'clock T h u r s d a y evening the Hope girls c a m e together for t h e i r weekly V. W. C. A. meeting. It w a s a song service; and what is more beautiful than to worship t h e Christ in this way? After t h e girls had sung several of their favorite hymns, Mary Croucih, to make t h e s e even more interesting and helpful, told t h e girls something of t h e history of each of t h e m . Besides singing as a g r o u p , Isla P r u i m , a quartette, and t h e Glee club rendered a n u m b e r of inspirational selections, and t h e meeting was fittingly brought t o a close with a violin solo played by H a r r i e t Heneveld. May t h e words of t h e Psalmist. "O sing unto the Lord a new song; sing unto t h e Lord, all tihe earth and bless His name." be to each of us a daljy iniiiiiiimmimiimmiiiiiimiiiiiimJjJ spiration.

Choosing a s t h e i r s u b j e c t s E Pluribus U n u m and T h e S u p r e m e Law Christine Holkeboer and H a r r y Clark received t h e laurels In t h e a n n u a l "A" and " B " men and women's oratorical contest last F r i d a y night. Second places w e r e given to Theresa Smallegan and P e t e r De Rulter, who spoke on The Negro Problem and The Challenge of t h e Age. Other orations pronounced were Ageless Life and America's Child by William Ooms and Harry Grond. Contest Close The contest was a close one, t h e victors winning by fractions of one per cent. The Judges, Rev. Heemstra, paspastor of F o u r t h R e f o r m e d c h u r c h ' of Holland, Miss Hoekje, Instructor a t t h e local high school and Mr. H a r r y Hager, student of t h e Western Theological Seminary, found it very difficult to place t h e contestants. Despite the m a n y otiher meetings of this evening, April 25, a large a u d i ence was present. The c h a i r m a n of the meeting was Leonard D e Moor, *24. secretary of P i K a p p a Delta. ' o SOPH-PROSH FRATERS ' „ ENTERTAIN "FRIENDS" AT SPRING PARTY F r a t e r Huizen^a's cottage at Castle P a r k was t h e retidevo-us for s o m e 15 F r e s h m a n and Sophomore Praters with their f r i e n d s o n W r ednesday of last week. All succeeded In getting there safely; even Frater T. Hiddlng arrived with his new macftilne, without having a n y t h i n g sertous befall him. After having waited for a considerable length of t i m e for Frater Bosch and family to return, the group was ready to do justice to a fine "spread," prepared under t h e direction of Chef F r a t e r G. Winter. When Frater Geerllngs h a d eaten t h e last sand* wich and pickle, s o m e of tihe group played games, s o m e sat around the fireside, while o t h e r s went to the beach, t h e r e to declaim Lorenzo's moonlight speech. All left for home at the proper t i m e a s Hopeites always do. The p a r t y was chaperoned by Pra^ ter Prof. E. W i n t e r and Mrs. Winter.

Home Volunteers Learn of Reformed Church in East FRANCIS IHRMAN LEADS As t h e fifl'h/ of a series of t a l k s on ihe History of the R e f o r m e d c h u r c h in America, F r a n c i s I h r m a n . gave a n interesting 'lecture last F r i d a y a f t e r noon, discussing the " F o r m a t i o n of t h e R e f o r m e d Church in t h e East." The s p e a k e r outlined t h e f o u r periods of g r o w t h : Firat. the Ohiurch under t h e West India Company, begrun in HJ00; secondJly, t h e period of struggle for civil f r e e d o m ; thirdly, t h e struggle for ecclesiastical f r e e d o m ; and fourthly, t h e f r e e c h u r c h In a free nation,, beginning with t h e year 1792 and continuing up to t h e present time. Discusses Origin "Christ is t h e foundation of tihe Church a n d those who went f o r t h did so in t h e n a m e of Christ. Today we have t h e tendency to leave out Christ, but in that day t h e people wanted to t a k e Christ along with t h e m in every condition." Under orders from the t r a d i n g companies, chaplains were appointed to sail with t h e various ships going to America, and it was this that kept the Influence of the church alive. It was the ship manned by Hendrik Hudson that settled a colony on Mamhattan Island, and he conducted t h e first service t h e r e in 1609. The Reformed Church Is the first of t h e Presbyterian type that was organized on this continent. T h e fact that today it Is not the largest dn America is due mainly to the foliowng reasons, w h i c h the speaker pointed out: first, there was a continual ecclestial strife between the Netherlands church and the church hi America, and secondly, the Revolu.ionary War was fought mainly In the section where our churches were located. ^ V. J5,


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April 2 0 : - History r e p e a t s itself. U p this ing; send lor particulars. m o r n i n g with t h e m i l k m a n feeling Newswriters Training Bureau, like a Hat tire. E x p r e s s my depression by maliciously hiding my tooth Buffalo, N. Y paste f r o m my r o o m m a t e . F i n d , however. t h a t he h a s d o n e t h e s a m e with my—his s h a v i n g c r e a m . On t h e way iu chapel s l o p ait t h e postolllce l o lill Caspian Sea Tideisss. my f o u n t a i n pen. Several girls c o m e T h e Caspian sea is a titleless inland i.) chapel late. T h e y probably spent t h e time looking f o r invisible hair- sea which is Ueeoining saltier through everal years, a g r a d u a t e of t h e col- net®. To classes a n d a m m u c h pro- evaporation. If Is the largest Inland voked at my s t u p i d i t y . To t h e b a r b e r lege. These men. known a s s h o r t stfiop in t h e P . M. to h a v e my h i r s u t e body of w a t t e in tlie world. It is 700 PRINCIPLE miles long in north to south direction, In a ver.N project ions a b b r e v i a t e d . men. h a v e carried, fcerm and h a s a width varying f r o m more theii -o "What people call t h e i r prin- . o m p l e t e way. t h e ideals of t h a n 100 to nearly MO miles. Lake EMERSONIAN ciples." Leslie Stephen, once said. Alma Mater to t h e F a r E a s t . . Superior is the largest f r e s h watei If t h e w o r k , carried on so well up "are often their pretexts for acting The Emersonians m e t In weekly body in the world. T h e extreme i.o this time, is m a i n t a i n e d in t h e powwow last F r i d a y night. A f t e r a In t h e obviously convenient way." length of L a k e Superior f r o m east to -^ason of intensive vocal exercise, t h e At t h e present time t h e r e s e e m s to iiiture. Hope will b« to this west Is 412 miles. Us e x t r e m e breadth regular program was enjoyed. be a t e n d e n c y to d i s r e g a r d a n y and mllllling its obligation in th« world. Adrian De Room read a n u m b e r on 1« 1(17 miles. " P a r l i a m e n t a r y Kngland since t h e • o every t h i n g t h a t h i n d e r s a n IndividMinistry of Lloyd (Jeorgc"; "Social VAX K S S I J ; \ I ) S " V ual fri\m ' a c q u i r i n g that upon w h i c h A T L \ s T v M i ; i r n \ < i Duties of t h e T e a c h e r . " by R a y m o n d , ~ Those Who Admonish. h e fixes his a t t e n t i o n . T h e r e Is <llsHopkins; R a y m o n d Klaasen r e n d e r e d W'.fveVv <10 those admonish us who "Thanatopsis." daln f o r the r i g h t s of o t h e r s and dis-1 T h e m e e t i n g of April 21) was ably two clarinet (Solos; led .by a F r e s h m a n on t h e s u b j e c t . I waS read by Martin Cupery, and Win. forbid us to do aanyt n y t h i n g of which esteem for t h e h i g h e r and bettei " T h e P o w e r of a B u r p o s e . " His theme.l R u l t e n d o r p ended t h e - e v e n i n g ' s e n - ' v v p | n n v | > e j n doul>tf w h e t h e r It Is "A t e r t n i n m e n t with a h u m o r o u s n a n a . . . * .v.rnn. * t h i n g s of.llfe. T h e objective of m a n yM was t a k e n f r o m P h i l i p p i a n s 3. life," he said, " t h a t is g u i d e d by a tion i ^ J i l s " O b s e r v a t i o n s . " p g m 01 N\rouj{. is selfish a d v a n c e m e n t . . 1)U1.1)0se is like a s h i p . Principle Is a t h i n g over w h i c h c o u l . s e 0 f which mudt be directed, w a r s have been f o u g h t a n d lives lost; a n d t h e one a t the helm should be . , . uotm vivann t h e Christ, who is not a f f e c t e d by conbecause of w h i c h nations have 1 l s e n a l t l ( > n B i a a v e r a e t h o l l g h t h e y n ^ y b < , 0II.IMI.III "Q to g r e a t h e i g h t s of a t t a i n m e n t , only d e c i s i o n t h r o u g h p r a y e r is necessary to fall when their f o u n d a t i o n s w e r e ! to set our c o u r s e . a r i g h t . " F a r o u r s t r e n g l h e n i n g w e have exw e a k e n e d by f a i l u r e in this respect; a m p l e s In David with Ills r e l i a n c e upand t h r o u g h w h i c h the a d v a n c e m e n t on Clod, K s t h e r l n h e r * intercetwionwith of civilization h a s t a k e n place. .As t h e king; t^) saite iu?r raf-e, a n d t h e Apostles s p r e a d i n g the Gospel t h r u o u t t r a i n e d men a n d women t h e r e comes t h e t h e n k n o w n world, while f o r t h e to college s t u d e n t s a d e m a n d f o r a s u p r e m e e x a m p l e we have t h e Christ. In H i m we must t r u s t a n d t h r o u g h principle t h a t is f o u n d e d upon m a H i m w e s h a l l receive power. We t u r e t h o u g h t a n d c a r e f u l c o n s i d e r a - should h a v e a p u r p o s e f o r o u r powtion of all t h i n g s t h a t a r e pertinent ers. also. "Live not in Idleness." T h e a t t e n d a n c e w a s a b o u t seventyto o u r w e l f a r e . T h e r e is no h a l f w a y station in this life at which we m a y sit Idly w a t c h i n g t h e activity ol others, for t h e n a t u r e of o u r existence calls f o r continuous g r o w t h or decay, just a s t h e individual Is inT h e Addisonian men w e r e in a betclined. T h e one who acts a c c o r d i n g ter position F r i d a y n i g h t t h a n ever b e f o r e to receive t h e i n s p i r a t i o n of to principle if of course t h a t prin- t h e muses because, for t h e first time, ciple be a lofty one. will n a t u r a l l y t h e y could sing t h e i r society songs win t h e c o m m e n d a t i o n of his fellow- a n d enjoy it he possessdon of their new c h a i r s . C h a r l e s P a r s o n s s a n g a song men not only, but will also bring to of love a n d r o m a n c e In c o m m e m o r a pass a m o v e m e n t for t h e b e t t e r m e n t tion of t h e r e c e n t E a s t e r t r a g e d y d u r of t h e world at large. A principle is ing whloh he was deprived of his pin. H a r r y De Vriew discussed "Heredity worthless. If a t the desire of t h e in- or Environment—Which H a s the Greatest influence" "A B a t c h of dividual it can be c h a n g e d . Smiles" by J o h n De Bell a n d a t a l k T h e time to fix a principle of life on t h e P a n a m a Canal by H e n r y Bovis t h e present. e n k e r k a d d e d m u c h to t h e e n j o y m e n t Tomorrow m a y be too late, of t h e g r o u p . "Council G o v e r n m e n t vs. Mayor G o v e r n m e n t " was t r e a t e d and besides what is not d o n e by J a c o b Ulauw. B r u n s concluded today may be left for s o m e o n e else t h e p r o g r a m with a s h o r t story ento accomplish. Are we really t a k i n g titled. "Blasted Hopes." • y - " " X a side in t h e issue t h a t we f a c e ; a r e we f o r or against c o r r u p t practices in society, the e n f o r c e m e n t of law. national a n d local a r e we Inclined T h e Prep. Science Club was greatly to ignore t h e fact t h a t we a r e r e - favored I a,si Friday a f t e r n o o n . I'rof. |HE selling of commodiries is fundamental in Lampen had consented to speak on sponsible for- our fellow-men; is o u r Astronomy. 'Pae l e c t u r e was very every business, and selling life insurance E Christianity positive? T h e s e a r e profitable a n d i n t e r e s t i n g . Professor affords the maximum of satisfaction and s o m e of the things of lif.' t h a t prin- Lampen expressed his willingness to J L i remuneration. For the life insurance saless p e a k again on t h i s s u b j e c t . All those ciple is concerned with. Principle is- interested a r e t h e n again welcome to man is a business builder and finds innumerable ways a n actlive power, not a passive pos- visit with us. to serve the community and make himself indispenN session. sable in the conduct of modern affairs. "Unless a b o v e himself he can T h e life insurance salesman is n o t only a business builder b u t E r e c t himself, how poor a t h i n g is h e is in business for himself, creating a c o m p e t e n c e p e r m a n e n t man." 5? a n d c o n t i n u o u s . It is t h e best paid w o r k f o r t h o s e w h o arc T h e Meliphone Society held their ambitious a n d willing t o work, a n d w h o have t h e c h a r a c t e r r e g u l a r m eeting last T h u r s d a y evening. A f t e r t h e u n u s u a l enthusiastic a n d stamina necessary t o s t a m p their individuality u p o n t h e singing, a good p r o g r a m w a s enjoyed. business a n d on t h e i r c o m m u n i t y . ANOTHER AIRCASTLE Stanley Klelnheksel gave a very profW e read with a t r a c e of jealousy i t a b l e e x t e m p o r a n e o u s t a l k on "ModT h e t r a d i t i o n s a n d p r a c t i c e s o f t h e JOHN HANCOCK a r c s u c h t h a t t h e college g r a d u a t e can t a k e a peculiar pride in repree r n Detention." A. r e a d i n g entitled. r e p o r t s of a n o t h e r boat race besenting this c o m p a n y . You are liable t o remain in t h e busi" H o w Tom Sawyer W h i t e w a s h e d the tween C a m b r i d g e and Oxford and of ness you e n t e r o n leaving college. Before m a k i n g a definite F e n c e . " by J a c o b DeWltt. was very all t h e thrills which usually a t t e n d Interesting. Our expectation f o r t h e decision i n q u i r e i n t o life insurance as a career. W r i t e , " A g e n c y Department." this a q u a t i c classic.. News t h a t t h e contest on Friday evening was early r e w a r d e d by P e t e r De U n i t e r and University of Wisconsin also h a s H a r r y Clark, who r^npectively gave m a n y devotees of this sport, and t h a t t h e i r orations. * A f t e r a f e w extemt h e B a d g e r Institution wlll probably p o r a n e o u s speeches, t h e m e e t i n g was adjourned. be r e p r e s e n t e d a t t h e a n n u a l s p r i n g r a c e s at P o u g h k e e p s l e e n g e n d e r s t h e LIFE INSURANCE COMPANT s a m e sensation a s t h e one J o h n n i e o r BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS experiences when because of t h e Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred K a l a m a z o o College is to have a new m u m p s he c a n n o t c e l e b r a t e F o u r t h Million Dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives w o m e n ' s d o r m i t o r y is t h e decision of J u l y . r e a c h e d by t h e Executive Committee. 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An a t t e m p t was m a d e to locate a n d list of g i f t s of J. A c k e r t n a n Coles, LL. D., to t h e college, but it proved 1 utile. H e r e i s but a b e g i n n i n g : — F o u r life-size illustrations; two pieces of m a r b l e s t a t u a r y a n d one of bronze; (six of t h e s e a r e in t h e r e a d i n g r o o m ) t h r e e h u n d r e d h y m n zooks f o r c h a p e l uae a n d m a n y books jn t h e library w h i c h a r e n o t labeled with t h e n a m e of t h e d o n o r , so w h e n you t a k e a book w i t h o u t a n a m e in it you m a y be h a n d l i n g a gift f r o m this good friend.

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C o m m e n t s by t h e class t r e a s u r e r s c a u s e d t h e e x a m i n a t i o n which revealed t h e following: Of t h e 55 Seniors two men a n d one w o m a n have not paid t h e i r class dues. Of t h e 107 J u n i o r s six m e n and nine women h a v e not paid their class dues. Of t h e 117 Sophomores 14 men a n d nine w o m e n have not paid their class duetf. Of the 144 F r e s h m e n IS men a n d live women h a v e not paid their class dues. T h e a n s w e d to t h e question, " W h e r e do Hope College Students c o m e from"? lJlace Sen J u n . Soph F r e s h . Michigan 35 67 71 89 Iowa 10 9 11 15 Wisconsin 3 7 11 8 Illinois 4 8 10 11 South D a k . 2 W. Virginia 1 N e w York 4 13 New J e r s e y 1 2 Massachus's 2 Kentucky 2 Tennessee 1 Ohio 1 Minnesota 2 Indiana Nebraska 1 The Netherlands China 1 Japan 1 City of Holland _ 1 7 „ 38 43 48

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A f t e r t h e usual period of mass voice t r a i n i n g J o h n Ver Meuien read an i n s t r u c t i v e p a p e r on " T h e F u n c tion Of t h e Hlood S t r e a m . " An original s h o r t story " T h e Ked Circle," by Carl BovenkirK followed. Next to c h a r m was a cello a n d violin duet by K d w a r d Fiieldhouse a n d N o r m a n Van der H a r t . T n e y played t h r e e beautiful selections. J o h n DeMaagd read a p a p e r on "My P h i l o s o p h y of Life." An open a n d lengthy discussion followed in r e g a r d to s o m e of t h e principles embodied in »hi'3 p a p e r w h i c h proved very interesting.

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T h e Cosmopolitan Society convened last F r i d a y n i g h t f o r its weekly p r o g r a m a n d business session. The p r o g r a m consisted of a scientiflc l u c u b r a tion on "Moving P i c t u r e s by Wireless" by M a r i n u s Hoffs; r e c i t a t i o n s — " A n n a b e l L e e " and " T h e T a l e n t a n d I 12 E. 8th St. the T a s k " — b y W a r r e n F r e d ricks; a n editorial by Melvin Lubbers, illumina t i n g the side-lights o n a p p r o a c h i n g p r e s i d e n t i a l election; musical extemp o r e by Winfleld B u r g g r a a f f , a n a l u m nus, a c c o m p a n i e d by H e n r y Ousting; QiiiiniiiiiiniiniMMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiMMMiiniMiiiiiiiHiii "Pan-Americanism" by Lawrence Oosting, followed by t h e c o n c l u d i n g n u m b e r by Adrian W e s t m a s — " B u b bles"—, interspersed with h u m o r , [Night Sittingt by Appointment fancy, and philosophy. Singing of " T h e O r a n g e and Blue" ended t h e pro. gram.

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I entered on the morning train and tok a cab to the college campus. At ttne entrance of the gate a Senior asked me who 1 was. 1 told him 1 was a Fresh ma n. He Immediately took my two wuit cases and called another Senior to carry me to the office of the registrar. I received $50.00 f r o m the registrar as an appreciation t r o m the college for my coming t h e i e . l was given a long list of courses fo choose iM-om and rtnally signed uif f o r one 1,1 5 nour of music a week. told me, was a very ^wfTvy course. Then Uhe president was summoned and I was duly introduced to him. He then told the Senior to show , m e ^ the dormitory, and a f t e r bidding m adieu for the day he gave me a couple of fifty-cent cigan* and some cough ai l

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Husky Holland Lad Wins Shaving Mug For Hope College

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5c. 15c. 15c. 10c.

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In a recent Tiddlywink t o u r n a m e n t Athletic club Jay Aaron s W a ^ k e R e ceived first prize, astonishing his folks by coming home with a beautiful r u s ty-shaving mug. This m u g is vary famous being used for t h e last tifty years for shaving prisoners before going to the gallows. John De Bell, president of tihe club, arranged the Tiddlywink meet in h o n or of Lord Nelson Doak who just wf>n eighteenth place in the "Drop-thehandkerchlef" contest. . The Tiddlywink prelim, opened with Adriajius Fritz Zwemer playing for t h e Musclebound J u n i o r s against Adrlanus De Boom of the Toothplckers' Union. With astonishing accuracy Z w e m t r silently flipped the discs into the thimble, thereby winning one bar of Co legate's liquid shaving soap. De Boom retired in deep sorrow realizing that his razor must enjoy a forced vacation. In the big game W a b e k e outclassed Jimmy Galman f r o m t h e very s t a r t ; putting on his thinking c a p while his rival sleepily combed 'his hairless wig. Wabeke credited his s u p e r b physlcaJ condition to his debating practice. Critics declare Caiman's defeat due to individualism. . . With a beautiful fiylivg grounder Wabeke flipped the disc Into the thimble. His opponent failed to score. Thus ended the first half. The t a l r y Foot Diet Club of Voorhees sold Chilblains and Frost Bites at this time. After a half hour the second half began in t h r e e minutes and Galman flipped with uncanny skill; but. he missed for he made no allowance for tihe breeze. Wabeke,. overconfident failed to flip goal. T h u s ended the game. With much ceremony and dignity Wabeke, t h e baittie-scarred victor, received his beautiful prize. The maddening crowd voiced t h e i r aipproval by hiring a dray to bear the hero s prize away.

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The Cornell Student Council has abolished the fall umler-class rush. Jt is claimed t h a t class rivalry is a thing of the past and t h a t rushes a r e no longer necessary.

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