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COLLEGE LOSES POPULAR On F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n . May 8. Hope HISTORY TEACHER AND defeated Calvin for t h e second time REGISTRAR by t h e score of 8-2, and the next day the Hope nine went to East Lansing T h e ntudents of Hope College were and was defeated 13-1. In the Calvin surprised to h e a r t h a t P r o f e s s o r Wy- g a m e Buikema and R l e m e r s m a comnaml Wichers, r e g i s t r a r of t h e college posed the battery, and in the M. A. C. a n d head of t h e d e p a r t m e n t of his- g a m e Albera did t h e pitching. Hope tory, had accepted t h e position of did considerable more hitting on Fricashier at t h e First State B a n k of day than :hey did on Saturday, but on t h i s city. Mr. W i c h e r s h a s h a n d e d in S a t u r d a y our team still managed to his resignation to t h e college to take get seven hits f r o m t h e fast A p d e effect at the end of t h e present school twirler. The f e a t u r e of the g a m e was y e a r and he will assume his duties at a home run by De Groot. thin being t h e bank in July. t h e only run scored by Hope. A goodly n u m b e r of f a n s traveled to Grand Mr. Wichers had u n d e r consideraRapids to see t h e Calvin game. nnH tion at the time an executive position several even went to Lansing with a s Dean of Men at the Western t h e team. State Normal School at Kalamazoo, which was offered him a s h o r t time ago, but he hae declined t h a t position to accept the place offered him by the directors of t h e local b a n k . Professor Wichers was born in Zeeland and received his public school education there. He g r a d u a t e d f r o m H o p e College and immediately a f t e r g r a d u a t i o n took a position on the t e a c h i n g force, accepting t h e c h a i r of history later when it became vacant because of t h e death of P r o f . Henry Boers. He did special work at t h e University of Michigan and t h e University of Chicago, and spent a year's leave of absence a t Ann Arbor as both student and instructor, r e t u r n i n g to Hope t h e next year to r e s u m e his work here. While his career so f a r has been chiefly academic, he has had much business t r a i n i n g a n d has shown marked executive ability. The a t t i t u d e of t h e s t u d e n t s alone indicates how m u c h they desired him to remain with the school. Professor Wichers is deeply a d m i r e d by all and t h e college will surely miss him In every way. However it is with enthusiasm and loyalty t h a t t h e students wish him success in his new field of laboi*.

LAW SCHOOL WINS BY 2-1 DECISION FAILURE TO CLASH IS FEATURE OF DEBATE Hope's jilllimative debating team invaded I he precincts of t h e Detroit L a w School in the persons of Stanley Albers. Ted Essebaggers. and f l e r rit wesselink last Friday evening with the proposition that t h e power of t h e Supreme Court should be curbed. The opponents took exception to Hope's proposal but beyond that there was very little clash in t h e debate. T h e contest consisted chiefly of admitting each other's a r g u m e n t . In the final rebuttal Mr. Albers very effectively pointed out that since his opponents had admitted an affirmative proposal while t h e ' r a r g u m e n t was merely negative without any constructive suggestion there could be no question as t% who were winners of t h e debate. T h e Judges however, took exception to this conclusion or misunderstood t h e implication of these r e m a r k s and awarded the victory to Detroit by a vote of two to one. This concludes t h e debating sche^lule for the year with a 500 batting average for both affirmative and negative teams. With enthusiastic s u p port to inspire t h e "old m e n " who remain and the new debaters who will show up next year a state championship next year does not s e e m a very

HOPE GLEE CLUBS GIVE PROGRAM

COLLEGE SINGERS GIVE FINE PROGRAM IN GRAND RAPIDS Grand Rapids residents who attended the grand concert rendered by t h e Hope College Glee Clubs. May 4, in the Central High school under t h e auspices of the R e f o r m e d c h u r c h e s of t h a t city, were surprised to learn that Hope College had so m a n y talented singers and p e r f o r m ers. The concert was highly spoken of a f t e r the perforniancv which proved that Hope's first in the State Girls' Contest was not a mistake. A f a i r size crowd listened to the Glee Clubs. The girls' d u b s a n g five times in the course of the recital; between these appearances, vocal solas by Miss Nettinga and Miss B a r k e m a . a piano solo by Miss Van Arendonk ano a violin solo by Mr. Mook added variety to the p r o g r a m . The men's club sang two of their favorite songs and Miss J e a n K u y p e r entertained with readings. A k'urther a t t r a c t i o n was t h e gospel q u a r t e t in which Messrs. Huizenva, Hinkamp, W'abeke an 1 Ver Ha^e appeared. The Men's Glee Club was exceptionally well received by t h e a u d i ence. This s p e a k s well for t h e club a s they have only bven organized one year. The Men's Glee Club is planning to perform for the local public May 20 in Winants Chapel and it is hoped that m a n y will be out to boost the organiztion. At the annual election the following were chosen as o f ttcers: Theodore Luidens President Alvin Neevel Vice-president Jay Wabeke Secretary William B u . t e n d o r p -...Treasurer A great deal of the credit for t h e work done by t h e Glee Clubs this year should be given to Mrs. Kenton, the director, for her work. T h e line co-operation of all t h e m e m b e r s h a s also been Instrumental in t h e success of the clubs. o ALBION ORATOR IS SECOND IN NATION Albion, May 4.—Lyman Judson of Plymouth, a senior at Albion college, won second place in the national intercollegiate oratorical series at Evanston. 111., Saturday. He had previously .captured first place in t h e Michigan meet at Kalamazoo last March, and won divisional honors at Monmouth college, Monmouth, 111., later in t h e m o n t h . Wabash college won first place in Evanston.—Grand Rapids Press.

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WEDNESDAY, »fAY IS, 1925

RECEPTION AT JUNIOR-SENIOR VOORHEES HALL BANQUET STAGED IN NEW TAVERN

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS May 13—Sorosis Banquet. * May 15—Emersonian Banquet. * May 20—Men's Glee Club Pro* gram. May 21—Knickerbocker Banquet. May 22—Sibylline Banquet. May 23—Mt. Pleasant vs. Hope * here. May 23—Alethea Banquet. * May 27—School of Music Re* cital. May 29—Addison Banquet. May 29—Raven Oratorical Contest. * May 30—Cosmopolitan Banquet. J u n e 1—School of Music Re•cital. * J u n e 5—School of Music Re* cital. J u n e 5—Dorian Banquet. J u n e 6—Delphi Banquet. . * J u n e 12—Fraternal Banquet. J u n e 12—Meliphone Play. J u n e 14—Baccalaureate Sermon. * J u n e 17—Commencement Ex * ercises. 82 •

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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB GIVES CONCERT LARGE AUDIENCE ATTENDS MUSICAL EVENT Singing to a large and appreciative audience, t h e Hope College Girls' Glee Club presented a concert In W i n a n t s chapel of Wednesday, May C, 1925, at 8 o'clock. The p r o g r a m was of a varied type and included the n u m b e r s which the club rendered at the state contest and for which they were awarded t h e state championship. R e a d i n g s by Misa J e a n Kulper, vocal solos by the Misses Cornelia Nettinga and M a r t h a B a r k e m a , and a piano solo by Miss Mabel Nienhuis, were enjoyed along with the club selections. All of t h e n u m b e r s were of t h e highest class and t h e singers interpreted t h e m in a most effective m a n n e r . Mrs. F e n t o n is to be given m u c h credit for h e r work in directing. The club has two w o r t h y a c c o m p a n ists in Miss Mabel Nienhuis and Miss A r d e a n Van Arendonk. The following p r o g r a m was presented and m a n y encores were answered by t h e g r o u p as well as by individual entertainers:— "Morning" Speaks "Ashes of Roses" Woodman " N y m p h s and F a w n s " Bramburg-Matthews Glee Club "If 1 Could Fly" Warford "A Brown Bird Singing" Wood " T h e Island W h e r e Babies Grow" Ford Miss Cornelia Nettinga "Tally Ho" Leoni " W h a t the Chimney Sang"....Gri8Wold "Rain" Curran State Prize Selections Glee Club Readings Selected Miss J e a n K u y p e r "Sancta Maria" Fauri-Shelley Glee Club P i a n o Solo Miss Mabel Nienhuis "Come Unto Me" Coenen " T h e Lord Is My Shepherd"..Schubert State Prize Selection Glee Club Vocal Solo "'TIs Spring E v e r y w h e r e " Spross "Slumber Song" MacDowell "If No One Ever Marries Me" L^hmann Miss M a r t h a B a r k e m a "Nursery Rhymes" Curran "Big Brown B e a r " Mana Zucca "Bird of the Wilderness Horseman Glee Club

MENU AND TOASTS HELP MAKE THE ANNUAL PARTY A Voorhees Hall was t h e scene of BIG SUCCESS m a n y welcome guests F r i d a y a f t e r noon May 8th. T h e College girls The two u p p e r classes of t h e college deemed it a privilege indeed to entertain at their t e m p o r a r y home, their held their a n n u a l Hope College J u n i o r parents, relatives and friends. It was -Senior Banquet a t the W a r m Friend a pleasure to see new faces and to Tavern of this city on Thursday, May met so many people Interested in Hope 7th. a t 7 o'clock. The hall was appropriately arranged College and Its students. There were m a n y handclasps, smiles and friendly for the arrival of t h e collegiate g a t h greetings. The Alumnae present were erers. This banquet was t h e first of glad to meet again and talk over their the college to be staged at t h e lately golden school days and life at Voor- erected Tavern. " F r a m e your mind to merriment, hees Hall. Many guests f r o m o t h e r towns helped m a k e the a f . e r n o o n a which bars a t h o u s a n d h a r m s and lengthens life." Thia» was t h e spirit success. of t h e evening. Voorhees Day is observevl each y e a r A f t e r an unusually good feast t h e in Commemoration of t h e birthday of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Voorhees w h o program w a s given. Dwight Yntema, gave so much to build this Hall for president of t h e J u n i o r Class, acted in the capacity of t o a s t m a s t e r . J a m e s t h e College Girls. Ver Meulen toasted to "Ships," Agnes Buikema to " E n t e r i n g the H a r b o r , " Mildred R a m a k e r to "Nots," Gerrit Heemstra, president of t h e Senior Class, to "'Ost and 'Ostesses," Aleen De J o n g to " R a i n b o w " and Stanley WILL R E P R E S E N T HOPE IN M. Albers to "Skipper." Anne and MarO. L. NEXT YEAR t h a B a r k e m a favored t h e g r o u p with a b e a u t i f u l duet. A quartet, composed . P o r t r a y i n g the crying need in our of F r a n k l i n H i n k a m p , Alvin Neevii, country of greater co-ordination beFrederick Y o n k m a n and Frederick tween our mechanical inventions and Steggerda. also sang a few selections. our spiritual selves in her oration enT h e p r o g r a m s were very cleverly titled "The Unfolding D r a m a , " H a r arranged bearing Hope's colors, riet Heneveld of t h e Sophomore class Orange and Blue. I t was a n evening won first place in t h e Adelaide Oraof t r u e fellowship both f o r t h e Sentorical contest held in W i n a n t s iors who leave and for t h e J u n i o r s Chapel on Friday a f t e r n o o n . May Sth. who take their places. The Hope ColT h e substance of her oration was lege orchestra f u r n i s h e d t h e music f o r t h a t mechanical power has starved the celebrated occasion. out the soul of our nation—we overvalue m a t t e r and undervalue spirit— and the only way to recover contentm e n t and co-operation is by m a k i n g our mechanical civilization bow to t h e law of God. H a r r i e t pleased all with her ease of m a n n e r , attractive LARGE AUDIENCE EXPECTED I N voice, gestures, and personality, and CHAPEL ON MAY 20 quality of her oration. She will r e p resent H o p e College a t t h e a n n u a l One of t h e most I m p o r t a n t musical Michigan Oratorical League contest events of t h e y e a r will t a k e place which will be held next March, prob- next week Wednesday evening. May ably at Ypsilanti. 20, when t h e Hope College Men's Agnes Tysse of the F r e s h m a n class Glee club will give t h e i r first concert won second place with her oration in Winants Chapel. W h a t seemed last entitled "Poisoned Bubbles" in which fall an imposibility has at last become she decried the trend of modern civil- a reality. Many of t h e wiser men of isation toward "intellectual Bolshiv* the institution shook t h e i r beads a n d ism." Hazel Albers, also F r e s h m a n , said, "It can't be done." But it h a s was placed third; taking "The White been done, t h e recent contest a t K a l a F e a t h e r " as her title, she pled for mazoo a n d t h e concert given in Grand t h e white f e a t h e r of t r u t h — f o r inde- Rapids testify to t h a t . pendent thinking. The p r o g r a m will consist of n u m Dr. Nykerk, presiding, encouraged bers by t h e Glee Club, violin solos by all the contestants to t r y again next K e n n e t h Mook, f o r m e r l y of the New year and urged t h a t they do not be- York Symphony Orchestra, vocal socome discouraged at this first trial. los by R u t h e r f o r d Hulzenga and TheThe other competitors were: Lois odore Luidens and selections by t h e Brockmeler, who spoke on "The The p r o g r a m will be varied with Clock of the Infinite"; Alice Van Metropolitan and Peerless quartets, Hattem whose oration was entitled heavy and light n u m b e r s " F o r All H u m a n i t y " ; and Gladys The men of the club a r e desirous Kleinheksel who talked of "The t h a t everyone should have an opporWorld's Greatest Need." All t h e girls tunity to enjoy this r a r e treat so a acquitted themselves with credit and very small admission fee o.' only JJ5c t h e judges had some difficulty in will be charged. The tickets were put choosing the winners. on sale I ist F r i d a y and already a r e The program was interspersed going f a s t . As oa'.y a limited n u m b e r with several selections by t h e Girls of tckets can be sold everyone is urgGlee Club, which sang "Nursery ed to buy his cioket as early as possiRhymes," "Bird of t h e Wilderness.'' ble. They can be purchased f r o m any " W h a t the Chimney Sang." and m e m b e r of the club or can be ob" R a i n . " The judges were Mr. Win- tained at Hulzenga's jewelry store. The concert will begin promptly at lleld Burggraaff, Mr. Henry Geerllngs, Professor H i n k a m p , Miss Gibson, and 8 P. M. Every patron is kindly requested to be in his seat before the Miss Boyd. first number as no one will be seated Rev. Benjamin Hoffmjn, '95, of during the rendering of a selection. Morrison, 111., was elected president Please co-operate with the club in of the particular Synod of Chicago In this and In every other way so that Reformed Church of America, which the concert may be of th3 highest order. • ^ convened at Zeeland.

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D E L P H I - D O R I A N MEETING SPORT NOTES CAMPUS N E W S V o o r h e e s received its a n n u a l c l e a n T h e P r e p s s t a r t e d t h e i r baseball Q n t h e evening of May Sth t h e Deiing last T h u r s d a y . V o o r h e e s Day was t h e g r e a t Incentive. V o o r h e e s re- season with a b a n g when t h e y de- p h i a n d Dorian societies held a Joint celvee a t least one good c l e a n i n g a f e a t * d Hudsonvllle High Bchool by m e e t l n B l n t h e M i n e r v a room. The laHt year. W e w o n d e r If t h a t m u c h can bo , h e 8 < ' n i e " f S - G VVedncaday. o c c a 8 i o n w a s a h a p p y one a n d t h e y May 5. Richie was on t h e m o u n d and c a r r i e < j out t h e Idea of " T h e Melting said f o r Van Vleck. H o w a r d did t h e receiving. T h o a d - p o t . " o— p r o ? r a m consisted of various T h e that Lillian v a n t a g e seemed to be to t h e visitors S o m e o n e predicted

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Scott w a s going to t h e dogs and t h e until W y n g a i d e n b r o u g h t in throe n u m b e r s , m e m b e r s of both societies td supposition seems to h a v e c o m e t r u e . n i e n w i t h a t h r e e b a 8 e h i t - '^roni t h e n t a k i n g p a r t . Ellis Island w a j o n t h e I,,e )s the The o t h e r night l s a m e cinched, M a r y C r o u c h ; violin enserrfflfcrb! night s h e Imitated a dog's Those who showed u p exceptionally H e s t e r O s s e w a a r d e was also enjoyed, b a r k most beautifully. well wore H o w a r d . Juist. W y n g a r d e n g h i r i e y H a r t m a n presented a stunt a . . T h e gchwartz Family." S t a t u s of Mildred R a m a k e r and H a r r i e t V a n - n d W r i g h t . T h e tennis t o u r n a m e n t h a s been i m m i g r a t i o n w a s r e p o r t e d by A m a n d a R a p i d s last ( ier Bush visited G r a n d F r i d a y . W h y F r i d a y ? Oh. t h e y took f u l l y launched and tho ilrst round Z w e m e r . a f t e r w h i c h Ciuv'Mi P o p p e n is duo to be finished today. T h e con- a n ( 1 j e a n Van Zyl p u t on a Folk a d v a n t a g e of the- r e d u c e d price. A t e s t a n t s a m o n g t h e men a r e m u c h D a n c e . A r e a d i n g by E d i t h W e a v e r round t r i p for one d o l l a r ! ! ! m o r e n u m e r o u s t h a n a m o n g t h e n:lrls. a n ( 1 a T a b l e a u by E d i t h Klerk conK a t h e r i n e L e a r n e d w a s m o s t a g r e e - Wh3n this t o u r n a m e n t I n s been com-. c l u d e d t h e p r o g r a m . pleted. the t e a m s of Hope, will l»o L i g h t r e f r e s h m e n t s w e r e served and f o r m e d and Hope will contend w ' t h H o n i e t I r T i e w a a 8 p e n t in a social way o t h e r Michigan schools f o r t h e c h a m - b e f o r e a d j o u r n i n g . plonship.

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Mr. Schuiling f r o m F i r s t R e f o r m e d c h u r c h , addressed tho mission S u n Picked at Random, A Question day School t e a c h e r s last Wednesday night In t h e Delphi r o o m . T h e s u b j e c t W h a t Is T h e I d e a l G i r l ? of his a d d r e s s was, " T h e R e q u i r e Russel Pleune. 25:— ,ments of a Sunday School T e a c h e r " My Ideal g i r l ? I've often seen h e r and it w a s most h e l p f u l . in a d r e a m . U n f o r t u n a t e l y like all my d r e a m s she is " too w o n d e r f u l f o r T h e Seniors and J u n i o r s r e p o r t e d a words, and of course, this d r e a m like "good t i m e " a f t e r t h e J u n i o r - S e n i o r t-iio How all t h e rest never comes t i u e . b a n q u e t . Even L a r n e y s e e m s to h a v e c a n i describe h e r with my m e a g e r vohad a good time in s p i t e of all t h e cabulary ? It goes w i t h o u t s a y i n g j o k e s t h a t were pulled off on him. t h a t she is excruciatingly b e a u t i f u l In " C a k o " s e e m s to have a p a r t i c u l a r soul as well a s body. She is e x t r a o r d m e a n i n g in connection with t h e b a n inarily intelligent and is well e d u c a t e d . w h e n e v e r a n y o n e m e n t i o n s It. .. ori, She can a d a p t herself to a n y and all everybody laughs. W h a t could have of life's c o i r plications. She Is c a p a b l e of loving a m a n a n d d e m a n d s t h a t he be a m a n w h o m s h e loves. She h a s

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T h e two last baseball g a m e s t h a t have been t h u s f a r played do not bring the class c h a m p i o n s h i p a n y nearer. The J u n i o r s won over t h e Seniors on A r b o r day. but since t h e g a m e was played u n d e r pr otes t. it will have to be played over. The F r e s h m e n and S o p h o m o r e s b a t t l e d gamely on last Wednesday, b u t when d a r k n e s s settled in t h e sixth inning, t h e score was 4 and 4. T h e t e a m s seem to be evenly m a t c h e d , so t h a t a tough fight can be evpeoted. GIRLS* G L E E CLUB ELECTS N I N E NEW M E M B E R S

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Last week t h e Girls' Glee Club o—— elected t h e i r , new m e m b e r s with t h e The bids c a m e out on F r i d a y ! ^ es. advice and co-operation of Mrs. F e n t h e c a r d i n a l virtues. She has t h e t h e E m e r s o n i a n bids c a m e out in t h e Marion L a e p p l e was t h e only tonf highest Ideals and lives up to t em. m o r n i n g a n d t h a t d i d c g L U S e a l o t 0 f j u n i o r ^ . j e i e C t e d . t h e Sophomore

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Stanley Albers. '26:— T h e I d e a l Girl. Well, first of al " t h e r e a i n ' t no sech a n i m a l . " B e f o r e I a m mobbed. I h a s t e n to a d d . t h a t t h e Ideal m a n belongs to t h e s a m e

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category. T h e Ideal Girl is mostly subjective. S h e is merely t h e p r o d u c t

A f t e r c a r e f u l deliberation P e a n u t s \ * a n WyU and Pete Van Ess have

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and o n e - h a l f weeks a r e l e f t in t h i s school year. About work w h i c h m u s t f r o w s y - h a i r e d , squint-eyed, t h i n ns a B u t t h e n t h a t m a y be d u e to H e n be d o n e these f o u r a n d one-half bean stalk, w i t h a r m s t h a t look like r l e t t a Beyers' h a n d In t h e m a t t e r . weeks, most of us can recite a list of "econd g r a d e p l u m b i n g . But Mr. X 0 d u t i e s t h a t would t a k e five weeks to In h e r t h e perfection of all worna new organization h a s c o m e Into c a r r y out. T h e r e a r e book r e p o r t s to aniy a t t r i b u t e s . S h e is his ideal—his being on t h e c a m p u s . It h a s Its InShebas. "ideal girl' t h e r e f o r e is a n illusion. H e r p e r m a n e n c y will d e p e n d upon how long s h e can keep up t h e 11lusion. Some girls a r e successful all t h e i r lives. Every girl can become a n " i d e a l " girl. All s h e h a s to do Is to m a k e some m a n look at h e r t h r o u g h rose-colored glasses. But h e r p r o b l e m Is to keep u p t h e Illusion. W h e n s h e fails in t h a t , a n ideal is s h a t t e r e d — a n o t h e r goddess bites t h e dust. T h a t ' s tragedy. T r a g e d i e s bring misery. - I s a y - L o n g live t h e Bluslons.

I have a date. William B o n n e m a , '27:— It would be easier f o r me to show you t h e p i c t u r e and let you d r a w your own conclusions t h a n to write it out in so m a n y words. T h e first req u i r e m e n t is t h a t s h e must have been well up in t h e line when t h e y h a n d e d out good looks. Her physique m u s t be such t h a t s h e can p a r t i c i p a t e in out-door sports, especially d u r i n g t h e ice-skating season. She should not be an advocat-i of E p i c u r u s unless s h e can

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ception In Van Vleck Hall (which by t h e way is t h e d o r m i t o r y f o r m e n ) . A constitution, by-laws. etc.. h a v e been a g r e e d upon. T h e flrat n a m e suggest0 wd was a d o p t e d a t a m e e t i n g of t h e Alice Caldwell s p e n t t h e w e e k - e n d c h a r t e r m e m b e r s . T h e "Sons of R e s t " , in Detroit. She says "Abie's Irish f o r such Is the n a m e of t h e o r g a n l z a - Rose." was t h e a t t r a c t i o n t h a t called tlon. Is a growing society In spite of her t h e r e . t h e w i t h d r a w a l of " D o c " Weler. T h e first r e q u i r e m e n t of t h e constitution is t h a t each m e m b e r rise not e a r l i e r thiu1 seven forty-five A. M., a n d get to chapel. High h o n o r s f o r t h e w e e k «« "Chuck" Parsons, who arose at seven-fifty and got to c h a p e l . " J a c k "

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t h a t is ours to do. Let us plan o u t Harold Sigsbee. '28:— o u r next f o u r and o n e - h a l f weeks Really, I've never had a d a t e , so I S o e t e r 18 l ) e i n S initiated Into t h e orso t h a t we'll not be o v e r r u s h e d c o m - don't k n o w If I could a n s w e r t h i s Banizatlon. Those w h o a r e Interested in m e m b e r s h i p m a y see " J i m " Mc m e n c e m e n t week, a n d let us t a k e question. However, it seems to me Carrol. Apply a f t e r 12:30 P. M. a d v a n t a g e of week-ends, holidays t h a t t h e . i d e a l girl is one w h o doesn't and all o t h e r vacations or recesses indulge in t h e frivolities of life, s u c h " J o s h " H o g e n b o o m says he won't b e f o r e s u b j e c t i n g ourselves to a week a s g u m - c h e w i n g , giggling, h a v i n g of c r a m m i n g . This Is t h e way to r e - dates, and so f o r t h . She m u s t . b e a need a s h a v e f o r a week. He was ridl e a v e all h e a d a c h e s , h e a r t a c h e s , a n d blond, no taller t h a n six feet, and ing with "Bill" Tuttle In h i s 13th Cena n y o t h e r a c h e s t h a t a r e so p r e v a l e n t good-looking. She—well, to m a k e it tury " b l u n d e r b u s " and had t h e closest s h a v e of his life. a t this time. short, just w a t c h f o r me t h e next t i m e MENTAL CRUTCHES W e h a v e a n h o n o r system t h a t f o r bids t h e use of text books d u r i n g recitations. And most of us would f r o w n on such a p r o c e d u r e . W h d t good would It d o ? M a r k s m e a n n o t h i n g unless t h e y a c t u a l l y s t a n d f o r w o r k accomplished. T h e r e Is however, a p r a c t i c e on t h e c a m p u s t h a t is open to question. W e scorn to use our text books, b u t it is considered perfectly p r o p e r to copy a n d outline t h e lesson a n d read it f r o m o u r note books. Is not this quibbling"? If we need a i d s s u c h as this, it is proof t h e m a t e r i a l is not yet m a t t e r e d . At best t h e y a c t a s c r u t c h e s . W e get a l o n g very well w i t h t h e m , b u t a r e helpless w i t h o u t , O u t l i n i n g is a v a l u a b l e aid In l e a r n i n g b u t it is foolish to s t o p h e r e . M a t u r e s t u d e n t s c a n n o t afford to depend on

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imagination. All t h e world sees c h r i s t e n e d their F o r d . " L e a p i n g LeMiss Z as r a t h e r below t h e a v e r a g e — n a . " ArtisMc name, don't you t h i n k ?

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m a k e out. books to read, essays to write, orations to memorize, all of w h i c h m u s t be completed b e f o r e t h e close of school, if we Intend to pass, Some I n s t r u c t o r s h a v e set a t i m e limit b e f o r e c o m m e n c e m e n t day on w h i c h all required w o r k m u s t be In. b u t most of t h e I n s t r u c t o r s a r e so c o n s i d e r a t e a s to set t h e final day f o r t h e a c c e p t a n c e of work a t t h e last day of school. This o f t e n results In o u r w a i t i n g until t h e last week to a c c o m p l i s h five week's w o r k . Now Is t h e time to do a n y w o r k

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In a little booklet, w h o s e a u t h o r la Isidor Greenwald. a p p e a r s t h e n a m e of Eliot Weier. T h e booklet explains a "New Type of P h o s p h o r i c Acid c o m p o u n d Isolated f r o m Blood with S o m e R e m a r k s on t h e Kffect of Subgtitution on t h e R o t a t i o n of 1-Glyceric Acid." Weier assisted In s o m e e x p e r i m e n t a l work which w a s carried on in H a r r i m a n R e s e a r c h L a b o r a t o r y which Is connected w i t h t h e R o o s e velt H o s p i t a l in N e w York City.

s u c h an artificial m e a n s of s t i m u l a t i n g . excelled - , o — t h e m e m o r y . I t Is t a k i n g u n f a i r a d - W h a t e v e r can to sight or t h o u g h t be M a r t h a G a b b a r d w e n t to G r a n d v a n t a g e a n d in t h e end d e f e a t s its formed R a p i d s S a t u r d a y to see " T h i s Is L o n o w n ends. Holy, divine, good, amiable, or s w e e t , don."

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A practical talk on school-girl etiquette was given to the "Y" girls this week by Aleen De Jong. "The etiquette that our school-life requires." said Aleen, "is based on common sense. W h a t we want to know is often not to be found in etiquette booko—they seem chiefly compiled for millionaires. We must simply base our conduct on common sense, and remember that we must always act so as to make others happy and at ease." After Aleen had named t h e generally accepted rules for introductions and street, table, theater and church manners, she opened a discussion a m o n g the. girls in which questions were asked, and ideas were offered. One important conclusion reached was that at Hope parties, students generally do not act sufficiently cordial to their chaperons. Another common fault among Hope students is failing to s h o w proper deference to the members of the faculty. Showing appreciation and respect to one's elders and superiors is an important requirement of good etiquette. —o Y. M. C. A. We were pleased to see Fred Yonkman, f o r m e r president of the "Y", as leader at last Tuesday's meeting. This was the last time "Fritz" could talk to us as leader, and we all were eager to get his last message to the " Y " fellows. W e enjoyed a string duet given by Raymond Fieldhouse. violin, and Norman Vander Hart, cello, accompanied by Raymond Smith. The topic "Signal Lights" had the import of a sex talk. " F r i t z " read us a chapter f r o m a very interesting book on sex relations. The thought of "As a man thinkest in his heart, so is he" was made especially emphatic. Our deeds grow out of our thoughts. Our imagination may be fertile ground for roses, but weeds also thrive in rich soil. The fact of sin in evil thinking aa well as in evil doing was made inescapable. It is our duty as Christians to think as clean, wholesome thoughts as a sinful nature permits. A Christian admits of no compromise; he is not justified in excusing weakness on the ground that "all men are h u m a n , " for the t r u e Christian aspires with heart and soul lo all t h a t is divine. We are all Inspired to lead cleaner lives in the light of Christian obligation. o ALUMNI N E W S Miss Mable Van Dyke, '24, has received her commission as missionary to the new Indian Misrf'cn Station, located at Chaipas in southeastern Mexico. Miss Van Dyke and her fiance, J o h n Kempers, '21, who is about to finish his course at Princeton seminary, are planning to leave for their pioneer field in September. o Rev. Milton J. Hoffman, president of Central College at P e l l i , Iowa, since 1917, has accepted thc chair of JTheology at the New Brunswick Seminary, N. J., and will enter his newfield next fall. Mr. Hoffman was a •member of the class of 190.9, u m e m - ( ber of Hone faculty for four years i as head of the department of L a t i r , and accepted presidency of Central College in 1917. He also is a g r a d u a t e of Western Theological seminary of t h e class of 1914. o Dr. John R. Nykerk, head of the department of English language and literature, this year will complete 40 years of continous service as a m e m ber of Hope's faculty. Dr. Nykerk became a teacher at Hope the same year of his graduation from the institution In 1885. He was promoted to a professorship in 1895, honored with the Litt. D. degree; and as a coach in oratory, he has brought honors to his Alma Mater in state, interstate and c national contests. Rev. John Wesselink,-'01 of'PeUa* • la., will represent the board of superintendents as epeaker al the a n nual commencement of Western Theological seminary, scheduled for May 13. Mr. Wesselink is a n a l u m n u s of t h e seminary and president of the board.

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Having determined that fate fated your f a t e to be a teacher's f a t e ; you must choose the school you wish to attend. Do not attend a Normal school, you have to labor too hard. If you a b h o r work go to the education d e p a r t m e n t of some college such a s Hope, (ask Prof. W i n t e r ) . A teacher must c o m m a n d respect. Back in the dark ages when we were c a r e f r e e boys, we burled snowballs at all females except teachers—deep a f fection dampened our -bellicose a r dor. As to t h e financial aspects of teaching let us say t h a t teachers have a special dislike for m o n e y . Most teachers we have had so f a r readily admitted t h a t they would hate to have a million dollars and if they should, by ill chance, receive such a sum. they would readily give it away.

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Before you decide to m a k e pedagogy your life work, analyze yourself. Would you m a k e a better p a p e r h a n g er or movie s t a r ? Do you love to tell other people what you think you know a n d a lot more t h a t you don't know? Do you experience a ticklish sensation in your a b d o m e n which calls you to t h c higher things in life? Most educated students at Hope College have this feeling; If not in their abdomens it must be in their heads.

Milly Rose: W h a t is t h e r e about poor little me to a t t r a c t a man of the world like you.

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Teaching an a Profession We have been begged, entreated a n d forced by scores of teachers ( P r o f . Winter included) to write the really true original, a u t h e n t i c and uncontaminated facts concerning t e a c h ing. Being men of few words, we, of t h e h u m o r d e p a r t m e n t of Hope College's renowned publication, must limit our dissertation to fifty words and leave the surplus to t h e reader's imagination. *

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o FXCHANGES Ti e Women of Albion College b e i j their first all-college co-ed banquet. o Students who cause a disturbance in the library a t t h e University of Colorado a r e deprived of tha use cf the library for a specified length of time. The new m a d i u m at N o i f h w e s t e r n University will be r e a d y fo>* t h e football season of 1920. The s t a d i u m will have a seating capacity of 54,000. A baby tank is t h e latest addition to the military d e p a r t m e n t at Michigan Agricultural College. o A lour OJ! E u r o p e will be G-ven the essay on " P r i n c e t o n ' s Greatest Need." Princeton student w h o writes t h e best essay on "Princeton's Greatest Need." Special diet tables for girls who a r e overweight have been a r r a n g e d at the dormitories at the Univernity of Oregon. o Examinations have been abolished by t h e psychology d e p a r t m e n t of Temple University in the belief that they a r e Inaccurate, antiquated, and Influenced by personalities. i•i o j Because only 75 students ou^ of 1,000 at Denver University attended a student association meeting to vote upon an i m p o r t a n t matter, t h e faculty i« considering the advisability of a law compelling the s t u d e n t s to attend , such meetings.

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