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W o l > K COLLEGE. HOLLAND, MICHIGAN.

1925 MILESTONE 1925

W E D N E S D A Y . MAY 20. 1925

HOPE STUDENTS PLEDGE $1100 FOR MISSION WORK

NUMBER FIFTY-FIVE

EMERSONIAN MEN 1 AND GUESTS ENJOY ANNUAL BANQUET

COSMOS ALUMNI 8* T h e 1926 Milestone will be out £ within two weeks and t h e staff p r o m bers a r e invited to a t t e n d t h e All Cosmos A l u m n i m e m - & ises t h e school a b e t t e r a n n u a l t h a n 8S a n n u a l b a n q u e t to be held May s ever. T h e book has been enlarged a n d & 30 in t h e W a r m F r i e n d Tavern. a K several f e a t u r e s h a v e been a d d e d . Will all t h o s e w h o plan to £ £ a t t e n d kindly n o t i f y t h e secre- ss S o m e of t h e s t u d e n t s still have to buy $800.00 W I L L GO TO S T U D E N T S AT SS t a r y , Marion P e n n i n g s a t 77 MEMBERS, ALUMNAE AND G N E W TAVERN IS SCENE O F M E R t h e i r copies and now since t h e bookw E a s t Sixteenth s t r e e t . VOORHEES COLLEGE. REST GUESTS DELIGHTED BY MENU F K A S T , N O A N D will soon be delivered, the last sales S 8 8 8 8 S 8 S 8 S 88 88 S J 8 S S S S 58 88 8S88 WITTY FOR ENDOWMENT AND PROGRAM • O TOASTS c a m p a i g n is being held. If you h a v e FROM T H E STUDENT COUNCIL not b o u g h t your a n n u a l , ' s e e one of On t h e evening of May 15th t h e "Not buried, but planted in I n d i a , " Slater Sorosites, Alumnae and t h e sales f o r c e at once. Those selling T h e S t u d e n t Council in this way is m e m b e r s of t h e E m e r s o n i a n Society was the t h e m e of t h e message which Kue«tH Joined t o g e t h e r to celebrate 1925 Milestones a r e : H o p e College d e l i g h t f u l l y e n t e r " B u d " De Wolf b r o u g h t to t h e s t u - t r y i n g to show to t h e Alumni, to t h e J o h n De Hell, J e a n n e t t e V e l d m a n , the twenty-first annual banquet of and to o t h e r f r i e n d s of tained t h e i r guests at t h e i r Sixth Andent body on t h e occasion of t h e a n - Council, nu t h e society at t h e Hope C h u r c h p a r - Wlliot VWier, Joseph Hyink, M a r g a r a l Banquet at the W a r m Friend nual Hope Mission F u n d drive last H o p e College and r e a d e r s of t h e Anlors. W e d n e s d a y nit'ht a t CtSOo'clock. et Hoter, William Klerk, Clinton Cole, chor, the deep r e g r e t which t h e s t u T a v e r n at 7 o'clock. T h e p r e s e n c e of Tuesday m o r n i n g . A f t e r t h r e e y e a r s T h i s social f u n c t i o n proved to be t h e J o h n Tysse, Cornelius Howpers a n d of i n t i m a t e relationships with t h e d e n t s feel because of P r o f e s s o r W i c h - a good m a n y of t h e a l u m n i a d d e d hltftfest and best ever held by the so- C h e s t e r Vntema. m u c h e n t h u s i a s m to t h e followers of youth of India he could s p e a k with ers* leaving. o ciety. A touch of a r t i s t r y and a P r o f e s s o r W y n a n d Wichers, a s long Love, Honor, and F r e e d o m . conviction when he said t h a t no one u n i q u e Dutch a t m o s p h e r e was dis- WHAT T H E S E SENIORS WILL DO With the menu gone over very who goes consecrated to t h e Master's as h e h a s been on o u r c a m p u s , h a s played by t h e delicate decorations. - w o r k . e v e r buries himself on t h e f o r - a l w a y s had the sincerest respect a n d c a r e f u l l y t h e m e r r y f e a s t e r s t u r n e d Alice Scholten will teach a t t h e Very cleverly a r r a n g e d Dutch windT h e infiu- to t h e p r o g r a m . eign fields, but is- planted t h e r e a n d h o n o r of every s t u d e n t . mills a n d Dutch lighting effects il- N o r t h w e s t e r n Classical Academy a t William J . Hilmert, president of t h e will bring f o r t h an a b u n d a n t h a r v e s t ence of his r e m a r k a b l e personality, l u m i n a t e d t h e parlors while a dis- O r a n g e City, Iowa. as toastmaster, and of souls and lives won for his Lord. his keen mind, a n d his high Ideals society, acted J o s h Hogenboom will study a t t h e play of f e r n s o r n a m e n t e d the c e n t e r will be greatly missed by all. We do very, c a p a b l y Introduced each s p e a k e r , T h a t his words were not buried, but of t h e r o o m . E v e n the choice of t h e t h e Western Theological S e m i n a r y . planted in t h e h e a r t s of t h e f a c u l t y not say " G o o d - b y e " to our frieritT William V e r h a g e toasted to " G e n e Isabel E v e r s e will teach at W a y m e n u a d d e d a Dutch tint in t h e f o r m and s t u d e n t s b e c a m e evident a f t e r t h e and i n s t r u c t o r b u t r a t h e r , "Au r e - sis"; P e t e r Van' Es to " G e t t i n g U n d e r of ice c r e a m resembling a m i n i a t u r e land, Michigan. pledge c a r d s were h a n d e d out. In a voir" for, a l t h o u g h we wish him t h e W a y ; " J o h n J . Soeter t o " W o m a n , Gerrit H e e m e t r a has received a D u t c h shoe. s h o r t time t h e sum of $1145 was success he c e r t a i n l y deserves in his God Bless H e r ; " Malcomb F. Dull to After the delicious d i n n e r t h e s c h o l a r s h i p and will s t u d y at W h i t e ' s new project and send with h i m o u r " P r o s p e c t i v e ; " and R a y m o n d C. Van pledged. " K o f f e e Kletz" w a s f o r m a l l y opened Biblical Seminary, of N e w York City. very best wishes, we h o p e t h a t s o m e Zoeren to " R e t r o s p e c t i v e . " T h e t o a s t s A c h a n g e h a s taken place in Hope's K. N a t a l i e Reed will teach D r a by t h e toast mistress, Soroaite Presiday he will r e t u r n to t h e t e a c h i n g w e r e interspersed with two musical 4 mission p r o g r a m . In view of t h e aldent Pieters, who wittingly talked on matics a n d English at Cass City, profession. n u m b e r s , one a vocal solo by William t e r e d situation in Hope High school, t h e s u b j e c t " Y a r n s . " Sorosire Agnes Mich. We, as S t u d e n t s realize t h a t P r o f - R. B u i t e n d o r p , and t h e o t h e r a f e w J a c k Dlaauw will study at t h e Madanapalle, it was found advisable Tysse w a s next introduced by the essor W i c h e r s would not make a selections by t h e o r c h e s t r a . a f t e r d u e deliberation, to m a k e thlfi Toast mistress, w h o a n s w e r i n g to the W e s t e r n Theological S e m i n a r y . c h a n g e of this kind w i t h o u t serious Very clever p r o g r a m s w e r e proMartha Gabbard will t e a c h at c h a n g e . T h e situation in t h e Mission toaet " K l o m p e n . " showed the t a l e n t s t h o u g h t , but we c a n n o t help feeling vided; m a d e u p in m a r o o n a n d white, High schools in s o u t h e r n I n d i a is such of t h e F r e s h m e n m e m b e r s of t h e Clare, Michigan. t h a t because of his g r e a t and good t h e colors of t h e society. T h e n a m e s J a m e s Ottipoby will study at t h e t h a t all t h e Christian boys have been influence over s t u d e n t s his place is f t h e guests and hosts w e r e Sorosis society. A piano duet, P e e r also 0 t r a n s f e r r e d f r o m the«e schools to t h e Gynt Suite ( G r o u p I) by Grieg ren- W e s t e r n Theological S e m i n a r y . a m o n g t h e m . So, it is only r e - p r i n t e d . T h e guests of h o n o r w e r e High school d e p a r t m e n t of V o o r h e e s dered by Sorosites Oeraldine W a l l u c t a n t l y and of necessity t h a t we let M i a a M . Boyd and Mr. L. D. College a t Vellore. All t h e s e Chrisvoord and Ardean Van A r e n d o n k was him go, and we t r u s t t h a t he will al- Boyd. tian boys a r e housed a n d b o a r d e d in exceptionally well played. w a y s r e m e m b e r H o p e College and o :wo large dormitories, ?;^stels. In Horosite G r a c e De \Volf very clevk e e p h e r interests a t rteairt, as we Y. M. C. A. view of this c h a n g e t h e Association feel s u r e he will. erly followed with a toast "Apron Union deemed it advisable provisionStrings." to t h e A l u m n a e while SorT h e S t u d e n t Council L a m b e r t Olgers was t h e l e a d e r a t os! te G e r t r u d e P i e t e r s responded with V. M. MEN S P E N D W E E K - E N D ally, instead of providing t h e s a l a r y of H o p e College. i a f l t T u e s d a y ' s Y. M. assembly. The of t h e principal of Hope High school, AS HI-Y GUESTS t h e toast " S u s p e n d e r s " to the active 0 t o p i c assigned was " T h e H a r n e s s of to u n d e r t a k e a g r e a t e r and m o r e f a r Sorotdte m e m b e r s . A vocal solo by Life." Mr. Olgers first pointed out A Gospel Team composed of r e a c h i n g p r o g r a m by a s s u m i n g t h e Sorosite Isla P r u i m gave a touch of t h a t m a n h a s harnessed t h e p o w e r s of H e n r y Nyboer, m a i n t e n a n c e of t h e college hostel a t variety to the "Koffee Kletz." F r a n k l i n H i n k a m p , N a t u r e to Increase his r e s o u r c e s f o r " S h i r r i n g s , " a toast on Sorosite ac- Cornelius Ten Pas, Clyde Geerlings, Voorhees College, w h e r e to a large w o r k , a n d t h e d u m b a n i m a l s to s e r v e Lubbers, and T i m o t h y extent t h e f u t u r e Christian l e a d e r s of c o m p l i s h m e n t s , w a s presented by Sor- C l a r e n c e hi8 m o r e homel y needs, a n d , u n c o n T h e a m o u n t M I S S I O N A R Y C O L L E C T I I O N S ON osite Marian Van Vessem. Sorosite C r a m e r went to Byron Center F r i d a y , I n d i a will be t r a i n e d . EAST SIDE sclously, he h a s h a r n e s s e d m a n h i m w e e k - e n d necessary to c a r r y on this new work Margaret Anderson toasted on May 8th, and spent t h e self in social life by a m o r a l code; In The Hi-Y club of t h e High is $800 per y e a r instead of t h e f o r m " D a r n s " , and gave all present a our- there. U n d e r t h e direction of Dr. P a t t e r - n a t i o n a l a n d civic life, by law; in t h e er $H50. but we a r e confident t h a t , as prising knowledge about the different School were hosts to the t e a m . son, hea-d of t h e Biology d e p a r t m e n t , , e d u c a t i o n a l sphere, by s t u d y a n d reF r i d a y a f t e r n o o n a " g e t - a c q u a i n t - t h e f r i e n d s of H o p e have been loyal classes of m^p. Sorosites G e r a l d e n e t h e college m u s e u m h a s been r e a r - s e a r c h ; a n d in a religious sense by his W a l v o o r d and Ardean Van Arendonk ed" m e e t i n g was heW at an a s s e m b l y in t h e past in f u r t h e r i n g o u r mission r a n g e d tand n e w collections h a v e beliefs a b o u t God. played t h e second g r o u p of their P e e r of t h e High School. Clyde Geerlings, p r o g r a m , so they will also be f o u n d been put on display. Adrian Ter T h e h a r n e s s is intended to s e r v e a o n e - m a n o r c h e s t r a , m a d e quite f a i t h f u l in s u p p o r t i n g us in o u r new Gynt Suite by Grelg. L o u w and J o h n Nyboer h a v e been two p u r p o s e s : t h a t of r e s t r a i n i n g a n d V C a p p i n g off" toasted by Sorosite a hit with t h e s t u d e n t s . T h e m e m - u n d e r t a k i n g . w o r k i n g f o r s o m e m o n t h s on t h e d i r e c t i n g and t h a t of a i d i n g in t h e introduced E v a P e l g r i m gave to t h e society t h e bers of t h e team were -os p e c i m e n s in t h e m u s e u m with t h e w o r k at h a n d . So t h e " h a r n e s s of e x p e c t a t i o n s of the active memberw and t h e n went to w a t c h a baseball idea in mind of p u t t i n g t h e mission- life" m u s t act as a r e s t r a i n t to our by t h e A l u m n a e , Sorosites Marion Van g a m e in which t h e Byron C e n t e r ORIOLE ROOKIE a r y collections in t h e east side of t h e Impulses and t e m p t a t i o n s and m u s t School participated. Friday Vetwum. J a n e t Albers and W i l h e l m i n a High FALLS A S L E E P d i s p l a y room a n d reorganizing t h e give direction to o u r t a l e n t s and p o w was Sprick composed the vocal trio which evening a c o m m u n i t y m e e t i n g The a d - ers; t h e h a r n e s s m u s t help us to c a r Buffalo. N. Y,, May 9 — L e a r n i n g N a t u r a l History m a t e r i a l . held Jn t h e town hall. gave several interesting selections. that ihe Falls was t u r n e d on early d it Ion of six l a r g e s h o w cases h a s ry out t h e will of God. Mr. Olgers Saturdiay m o r n i n g a hike was enT h e presentation of t h e playlet in the morning, J i m P o p p e n a n d a helped in a r r a n g i n g t h e old articles m a d e us a w a r e of s o m e of t h e d a n " S h a m " by Sorosite F r a n c e s Yeomans, joyed. A baseball g a m e f e a t u r e d in lew o t h e r s of the Oriole rookies a n d providing room f o r recent a c - gers in t h e w e a r i n g of t h e h a r n e s s , as t a l k s on M a r g a r e t Brooks, Ethel D y k s t r a and the p r o g r a m as well "First, It m a y be too light or to heavy. decided to t a k e in t h e sights. They quisitlons. M a r g a r e t V a n d e r Velde showed t h e "Clean S p o r t s m a n s h p," " T h e IntelIn t h e m i s s i o n a r y d e p a r t m e n t , a T h e race horse would be b u r d e n e d left Buffalo a t 8 oclock, a n d , a r m e m b e r s of t h e A l u m n a e as very lectual Side of Life" and t h e " M o r riving at t h e i r destination an h o u r collection of m a t e r i a l f r o m t h e E g y p - r a t h e r t h a n aided in w e a r i n g t h e y o k e clever actors. T h e playlet m a r k e d al S'de of Life." In t h e evening a given by Rev. S. M". of a n ox. Second, it m a y be too l a r g e later, proceeded to scan t h e p a n - t i a n Sudan, t h e final n u m b e r of the "Koffee Kletz" g e t - t o g e t h e r social took place a t t h e J a p a n e s e or to small. David f o u n d t h e a r m o r of orama. The party absorbed, Zwemer together with a and a f t e r t h e s i n g i n g of t h e Sorosite llig'i School. The falling rain failswallowed and inhaled e v e r y t h i n g display p r e s e n t e d by Mrs. W a l v o f r d K i n g Saul so large and c u m b e r s o m e song, t h e twenty-first a n n u a l b a n q u e t ed to d a m p e n t h e spirits of a n y who a r e t h e recent additions. T h e older as to be a n i m p e d i m e n t r a t h e r t h a n a in sight. They had s o m e l u n c h of t h e Sorosis society ended a big a t t e n d e d . m a t e r i a l includes collections of Mrs. protection. H e p r e f e r r e d his s h e p and then inhaled s o m e more, The quartette sang three numbers year f o r all Sorosites. ' l a v i n g t a k e n in e v e r y t h i n g to H a z e n b u r g of South A f r i c a n curios, h e r d ' s g a r b a n d shield of f a i t h . T h i r d , at t h e Methodist c h u r c h at a special -o— t h e point of satisfaction, t h e y o u n g t h e South I n d i a n souvenirs of Rev. It m a k e be c h a f i n g Indicating t h a t t h e " M o t h e r ' s Day" service Sunday players a b o u t - f a c e d and r e t u r n e d J o h n J . Bbinninga and a large n u m - h a r n e s s does not fit well. F o u r t h , one S C H O I T E N ENTERTAINS m o r n i n g . In • the a f t e r n o o n a m e e t to Buffalo. It was n e a r l y g a m e ber of Chinese m u s e u m articles giv- niay work well in a single harness, ifc. BASKET BALL TEAM ing was held for men and l>oys a t t i m e when t h e y reached t h e ball en by G. \ an Lopik, Rev. De P r e e but m a y be u n a b l e to pull with s o m e w h i c h Mr. Metzger gave a sex t a l k . a n d Dr. A. Livingston W a r n s h u i s . one else In a t e a m . " park. Coach " J a c k " and Mrs. Schouten Five young men m a d e a decision f o r The Natural History d e p a r t m e n t Mr. Olgers gave us t h e Apostle P o p p e n sat on t h e edge of a e n t e r t a i n e d t h e Hope College S t a t e Christ b e f o r e a l a r g e a u d i e n c e a t t h e c a r e f u l l y g r o u p e d . . T h e P a u l ' s model of a Christian h a r n e s s , t r u n k which Eddie Weidner, t h e h a s been C h a m p i o n s h i p b a s k e t b a l l t e a m w i t h R e f o r m e d C h u r c h in t h e evening. b i r d s and a n i m a l s a s well as t h e shell " P a u l puts on t h e a r m o r of God, h a v trainer, had u n k n o w i n g l y l e f t open. a d i n n e r at t h e i r home. 136 East 9th F r a n k l i n H i n k a m p m a d e t h e plea. The f u m e s of N i a g a r a began to a c t collections a r e now labeled and can ing his loins girt a b o u t with t r u t h , street, on T h u r s d a y evening, k a y 14. R e p o r t s f r o m people in Bryon Cenhe seen to t h e best of a d v a n t a g e , w e a r i n g t h e b r e a s t p l a t e of r i g h t e o u s and t h e Oriole rookie fell Into a Those present were Captain F r e d ter Ihdloate t h a t ail t o g e t h e r it w a s deadly sleep. B a c k w a r d h e went T h e alcoholic s p e c i m e n s h a v e been ness. h a v i n g h i s feet shod w i t h t h e Y o n k m a n , G e o r g e Irving, T h e o d o r e an e n j o y a b l e and well w o r t h - w h i l e into t h e t r u n k , his body b e c o m i n g rebottled and now a r e orderly a r - p r e p a r a t i o n of t h e gospel of peace, Van Den Brink, J a m e s Ottipoby, J o h n w e e k - e n d . At a n y r a t e "Larney" R e c e n t l y t h e rest of t h e h o l d i n g f a s t t h e shield of faith, being wedged securely therein, while his ranged. H e n r y Albers. captain of next year's L u b b e r s says he weighed a t least feet and head were high in mid-air. B a u m g a r t e l collection of local birds protected by t h e helmet of salatvion, live, K e n n e t h Van Lente, B e n j a m i n t w e n t y pounds m o r e when h e reIt took t h e combined efforts of J o e h a s been a c q u i r e d f o r m u s e u m p u r - and wielding t h e sword of t h e Spirit, R i e m e r s m a . Leon Kleis and Melvin t u r n e d Sunday evening t h a n w h e n he Cobb, F r i t z Malsel and two b a t s to poses. T h e Biology d e p a r t m e n t is us- w h i c h te t h e W o r d of God. T h e last L u b b e r s . " J J m " P o p p e n , who is with went over. The t e a m was piloted a r o u s e P o p p e n f r o m his slumbers. Ing to t h e be^t p£ a d v a n t a g e t h e m a - w e a p o n mentioned is one p r i m a r i l y of t h e B a l t i m o r e Orioles, was t h e only h o m e in Clyde Geerling's " t w e n t i e t h terial a n d space a t h a n d to m a k e t h e Offense. W i t h t h i s dazzling b l a d e (The Baltimore News) m e m b e r of t h e t e a m t h a t was absent. c e n t u r y r a c e r . " museum worthwhile. C h r i s t i a n s m u s t win o t h e r s to C h r i s t , "

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How otherwise t h e other brother's state! B u t now, sweet c r e a t u r e of t h e gods, I go. R e m e m b e r t h e i n j u n c t i o n . F a r e t h e e well. (Exit)

EPIMETHEUS:— P a n d o r a , s e n t by Zeus a n d all t h e gods To m e to be m y wi f e! O kindly gods! O b e a u t e o u s m a i d ! ———

A h a n d s o m e c h e s t to g r a c e t h e e m p t y h a l l ! B u t n e v e r to b e o p e n e d — w h y , oh, w h y ? A h a n d s o m e p r e s e n t m u s t be in t h e c h e s t . T h i s H e r m e s now is p l a y i n g m e a t r i c k . D e p r i v i n g m e of h a n d s o m e g i f t s w i t h i n . T h i s H e r m e s is a petty t h i e v i n g rogue. W h y t h i s I k n o w is o p e n e d easily; .Loosen this b a n d , and t h i s a n d t h i s a n d this, And t h e n m y h a n d s o m e g i f t s e n r a p t u r e m e . I w o n d e r w h a t ' s within, o h w h a t ' s w i t h i n ! O, I m u s t open it, a n d if I flnd T h a t n o t h i n g t h e r e w i t h i n is m e a n t f o r me, I pack u p all t h e c o n t e n t s a n d t h e n close T h e chest, a n d who w o u l d ever k n o w of i t ?

( P a n d o r a undoes the fastenings and opens the c h e s t . A s w a r m of b l a c k t r o u b l e s fly out. S h e d r o p s t h e lid hastily a n d cries w i t h p a i n . )

PROMETHEUS:— PROMETHEUS:Yea, i m p i o u s a n d r a s h l y overbold I seem t o all l i k e t h e e w h o know not f a t e . B u t I f o r e t e l l by f o r e t h o u g h t . In despolr I o f t e n view t h e d e s t i n y of m a n , A d e s t i n y w h i c h n o t h i n g h e r e on e a r t h Or h e a v e n a b o v e or H a d e s can a v e r t .

I beg thee, t o u e h h e r n o t ! This Is t h e d r e a d P a n d o r a , c u r s e d to m a n !

Ah m e ! Ah m e ! These biting, s t i n g i n g t h i n g s ! 'Epimetheus, Epimetheus! Epimetheus! EPIMETHEUS—(Haughtily): I Titan a m ! I a m not m a n ! Dost t h i n k A lovely maid like h e r is cursed to m a n ?

EPIMETHEUS—(Running in): W h a t aileth t h e e . P a n d o r a ? Speak to m e ! ( D r a w i n g b a c k in p a i n ) Alas, P a n d o r a ! W r e t c h , w h a t hast t h o u d o n e ?

EPIMETHEUS—(Incredulously): W h a t m e a n ' s t t h o u , b r o t h e r , b y t h y bitter w o r d s ? W h a t m e a n ' s t t h o u by t h e destiny of m a n . Which nothing can a v e r t ? PROMETHEU&—(Sadly) r

PROMETHEUS:— Thou a r t b e w i t c h e d !

PANDORA—(With a moan): O E p i m e t h e u s , it is f r o m t h e chest.

HERMES—(Interposing):

I mean just this: T h e t r i u m p h of t h e t r o u b l e s w h i c h t h e gods Will p l o t t o end t h e g o l d e n days of m a n Is destiny, w h i c h n o t h i n g can a v e r t . O grievous fate! EPIMETHEUS—(Laughing): How c a n it be t h a t Should ever e n d ? Is loved by E a r t h , If a n y living t h i n g

PANDORA:—

T h o u a r t a f e a r f u l fool! t h i s s w e e t a g e of joy T h i s golden h a p p i n e s s w h o will a t once p r o t e s t is r o b b e d of bliss.

O thou, Prometheus, stay! Thou s p e a k e s t . E p i m e t h e u s . w h a t is r i g h t . A lovely m a d like h e r can do no h a r m . Her very w e a k n e s s calleth f o r t h y s t r e n g t h . T h e gods h a v e s e n t h e r h e r e u p o n t h e e a r t h To thee, O childless T i t a n , as t h y w i f e And s h e will please t h e e well.

EPIMETHEUS:— The chest?

What chest?

PANDORA:— T h e chest t h a t Hermes brought. EPIMETHEUS—(Suspiciously): Send by t h e g o d s ?

EPIMETHEUS:— O G r a c i o u s gods!

PANDORA:— HERMES:—

PROMETHEUS:—

Doest t a k e t h e g i f t of h e a v e n ?

0 b r o t h e r fool, h o w helpless s t a n d e t h E a r t h B e f o r e t h e m i g h t y r u l e inflexible W h i c h f a t e d o t h ever h o l d ! B u t thou, I k n o w . Dost lack t h e vision t h a t c o m p e l l e t h m e To look into t h e f u t u r e , a n d to weep W h e n I b e h o l d t h e s o r r o w s a n d t h e sin. T h e e v e r l a s t i n g t r o u b l e s a n d distress, W h i c h f a t e , t h r o u g h a n g r y gods, will send to Earth. I m a g i n a t i o n , s h a p e d b y f o r e t h o u g h t , drives My s o u l to m a d n e s s . O f t in m i s e r y 1 h e a r t h e m o a n i n g a n d t h e b i t t e r cries Of t h o s e c o n f r o n t i n g t h a t g r i m p h a n t o m , D e a t h , W h o s n a t c h e t h f r o m t h e s t a r t l e d r a c e of m a n The youngest and the fairest with the rest; The good a n d b a d a l i k e a r e h u r l e d by hdm I n t o i n f e r n a l H a d e s d o w n below. EPIMETHEUS:—

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Send by t h e gods to u s .

T h a n k s to t h e gods t h a t n e v e r I w a s b o r n W i t h f o r e t h o u g h t s u c h as t h i n e . Such m i s e r y U n b e a r a b l e would be, if I believed T h y p r o p h e c y . But s u r e l y in t h e f u t u r e t h o u can'st see Some mediator for the wretched m a n ?

EPIMETHEUS—(Sternly): EPIMETHEUS:—

W a s t t h o u to open i t ?

W i t h all m y h e a r t . Tell m y g r e a t t h a n k s and p l e a s u r e to t h e gods.

I was f o r b a d e . PROM E T H E U S : — Thou art bewitched!*

EPIMETHEUS:— Thou d a r e d ' s t to disobey t h e g o d s ? PANDORA—(Appealingly):

HERMES:— O thou^ Prometheus, stay! T h o u a n g e r ' s t all t h e gods t h a t a r e a b o v e . They, m i n d f u l of t h y t h e f t of flame f r o m h e a v e n And of t h e i r i m a g e t h a t t h o u did'st b e s t o w Upon t h e m a n t h o u moldest o u t of m u d . H a v e bidden m e to seize t h e e . T h o u a r t d o o m e d . M o u n t C a u c a s u s is w a i t i n g to receive t h e e On its s h a r p c r a g . C o n t i n u a l l y exposed. T h y liver shall t h e lingering v u l t u r e gorge. And t h o u s h a l t r u e t h a t t h o u did'st vex t h e g o d s And b r i n g thyself to t o r t u r e w i t h o u t end.

Scene Two PROMETHEUS:— T h e r e is o n e m e d i a t o r , blessed H o p e ; B u t w h e n h e r h e a l i n g p r e s e n c e Is not n e a r . T h e m a n , p u r s u e d by t r o u b l e s , will d e s p a i r To e v e r find his h a p p i n e s s a g a i n .

T i m e : O n e d a y l a t e r t h a n Scene One. S c e n e : S a m e as Scene One. (Hermes and Pandora are standing before a newly b r o u g h t in by H e r m e s )

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HERMES:— EPIMETHEUS:—* I t h i n k t h a t t h e s e a r e idle, foolish w o rd s . H o w c a n it b e t h a t t h i s sweet a g e of joy S h o u l d ever e n d ?

See t h i s g r e a t c h e s t . P a n d o r a . I t will g r a c e W i t h its r i c h b e a u t y , t h i s g r e a t e m p t y h a l l . A d m i r e it as you will with t h i s p r e c a u t i o n : T h e c o n t e n t s you m u s t never look u p o n . T h e lid you m u s t not lift—you m u s t not l i f t !

PROMETHEUS:— PANDORA:— O brother, thou art blind! A l r e a d y h a v e t h e gods devised a plot. W h i c h is t h e g r e a t d i s a s t r o u s origin Of f a t e d c u r s e t o m a n . ^

EPIMETHEUS:—

PROMETHEUS:—

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E'en n o w t h e first of m o r t a l w o m e n la devised In heaven a b o v e by t h e Olympfcan gods. Who. m a k e h e r c r a f t i n e a a a n d c u n n i n g wiles To equal t h e g r e a t b e a u t y w h i c h createa Her faacdnatlon. So the gods h a v e s a i d That since s h e is e n d o w e d with every g i f t Pandora is her name.

W i t h o u t a question t h o u s h o u l d ' s t h e a r t h e g o d s . Obeying every o r d e r , a n d s u b m i t T h y h u m a n n a t u r e to t h e will divine.

EPIMETHEUS:— Pandora, ah! And is she g i f t e d t h e n in every w a y ?

Ah me! O E p i m e t h e u s , do not scold, I p r a y . These t r o u b l e s f r o m t h e c h e s t a r e killing m e !

EPIMETHEUS:— F o r g e t t h y s e l f , and look now on t h e e a r t h ; F o r noble m a n a n d every living t h i n g Must s u f f e r n o w w i t h t h e e to pay t h e price . Of t h ' n e o w n disobedience to t h e gods. O w r e t c h e d b r o t h e r on C a u c a s i a n c r a ^ . How it is I s h o u l d s c o r n t h y p r o p h e c y Till a f t e r t h o u g h t s h o u l d g n a w Into m y soul And flll m e w i t h r e m o r s e ? (A voice is h e a r d f r o m t h e c h e s t ) Oh let m e o u t !

HOPE:— P a n d o r a , E p i m e t h e u s , let m e o u t ! R e l e a s e me, lift t h e lid, I offer h e l p ! EPIMETHEUS—(In surprise): Dost h e a r t h e voice t h a t c alleth f r o m t h e c h e s t ? It o f f e r s h e l p . PANDORA:*— A n o t h e r wicked t h i n g I guess it Is w h i c h w a n t e t h to e s c a p e To bite a n d sting.

HOPE:— B u t only let m e o u t ! ' O E p i m e t h e u s , I a m blessed H o p e , That mediator whom thy brother saw As only s a v i o r f o r t h e f u t u r e . I W o u l d h e a l t h y w o u n d s a n d c o m f o r t all t h e e a r t h . EPIMETHEUS:^—

PANDORA:Indeed I did not m e a n to a n g e r t h e e ; A n a t u r a l question is w h a t 1 w o u l d a s k because I know that HERMES:—

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O t h a n k you, g r a c i o u s H e r m e s , a n d t h e g o d s . Tell t h e m m y w o r d s of pleasure. H e r m e s , why*-W h y is it t h a t you say I m a y a d m i r e T h e h a n d s o m e chest, but never look w i t h i n ? HERMES—(Sternly):

W h a t is It, s p e a k !

PANDORA:—

T h a t is e n o u g h , Pandora. An excuse la alwaya i r k a o m e t o t h e m i g h t y gods. B u t tell me, w o m a n , w h e r e t h y h u s b a n d s t a y s .

Are you t h a t m e d i a t o r , blessed H o p e ? P a n d o r a , let us lift t h e lid a t o n c e And f r e e t h i s little spirit, k i n d l y H o p e , W h o m e'en P r o m e t h e u s , p r o p h e s y i n g , s a i d W o u l d h e a l t h e w r e t c h e d n e s s of c u r s e d m a n And every living t h i n g u p o n t h e e a r t h . PANDORA—(Plaintively): Do a s you like. T h e p a t h o s of t h e w o r l d Can n o t b e w o r s e n e d now.


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EPIMETHEUS—(Lifting the lid): s . Come, blessed Hope. HOPE:— Sweet c h i l d r e n ! Lot m e lightly touch wounds. P a n d o r a , E p i m e t h e u s . thou a r t h e a l e d ! (She touches each lightly with h e r w a n d . I m m e d i a t e l y t h e y b r i g h t e n with r e l i e f ) .

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PANDORA:— O blessed H o p e ! EPIMETHEUS:— Already we a r e c u r e d ! HOPE:— H o w gladly I would smooth t h y s u f f e r i n g And t h a t of all t h e world! PANDORA—(Sorrowfully): O gracious H'opo. W h e n thou w a s t hold a c a p t i v e in t h e chest. Unknowingly, I called t h e e "wicked t h i n g . " T h y pardon, H o p e ! HOPE:—

I p r a y thee, he a t peace.

F e h t o h calls It " t h e moat w o n d e r f u l f u d g e In t h e w o r l d . " Laat Monday w h e n t h e new Glee club m e m b e r s joined t h e old j m e m b e r s f o r t h e i r practice, Imagine t h e i r d e l i g h t w h e n J e a n t r e a t e d t h e m to f u d g e .

a n d Bill R o t t s c h a f e r all of Hope. *23. " R e d " will p e r f o r m t h e d u t i e s of p a r son d u r i n g t h e s u m m e r In t h e f o o t hills of P e n n s y l v a n i a . Bill Z o e r n e r will spend t h e s u m m e r p r e a c h i n g In T r e n t o n . N. J . Bill R o t t s c h a f e r will o spend t h e s u m m e r in G r a n d R a p i d s , Dr. Lubbers, Hev. H a v e r k a m p a n d Michigan. Rev. D y k s t r a c a m e to Holland on Bill V a n ' t Hoff, Hope, 192 4. w h o business last week and incidentally has completed his fiist y e a r a t they also visited t h e i r old A l m a M a t e r , P r i n c e t o n Seminary, will p r e a c h In o t h e R e f o r m e d c h u r c h at Melvin, la., T h e o t h e r d a y Dr. N y k e r k received during the s u m m e r months. one of t h e moat a r d e n t w e l c o m e s he ever had in his life. Mr. T r o m p e n ' s dog ran u p a n d — k i s s e d him. Rev. J . D. D y k s t r a h a s a c c e p t e d t h e o P s y c h e and h e r f a t h e r had a p r i n o i p a l s h i p of N o r t h w e s t e r n Classislight d i s a g r e e m e n t . Should he c o m e cal Academy. O r a n g e City, Iowa, sucto see his model young d a u g h t e r ceedig Rev. Gerrit T i m m e r , '19, who as principal f o r t h r e e g r a d u a t e or n o t ? Psyche said 'yes,' h a s served her f a t h e r t h o u g h t "No". T h r e e or years. o — — f o u r t e l e g r a m s settled the m a t t e r and P y y c h e won of course. T h a t ' s w o m Pnor. H I N K A M P O F F E R S a n ' s way. ALUMNI STATISTICS o M a r g a r e t P o h l m a n ai.d Marie De Cook s p e n t t h e week-end in O r a n d R e l a t i v e N u m b e r s of Men a n d WoG r a n d Rapids. m e n G r a d u a t e s of H o p e College f o r

Over-sizcDuofold Duette, i l l ; Duofold Jr. Duecw, $8.50; Ltdy Duofold Du ette. | 8 . Pens and Pencils sold separately if desired, but Saun-lined Gift Box de luxe included ia sets.

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PANDORA:—

How can I be a t p e a c e ? Alag, t h a t I. W h o a m first m o r t a l w o m a n , c a m e to e a r t h To doom t h e r a c e of m a n . T h e n let m e die! F o r I h a v e seen a c r e a t u r e f r o m t h a t chest JJuzz out and w h i s p e r in m y b u r n i n g cars T h a t he belonged to a g r i m p h a n t o m . Death. W h o sent him f o r t h so t h a t his f a t a l sting Might steal t h e life f r o m m a n , a l t h o u g h t h e soul Would d r i f t at last into t h e U n d e r w o r l d , HOPE:-

P a n d o r a , k n o w t h a t F a t e can never c h a n g e ; And long ago, b e f o r e tho universe H a d r a n g e d itself a b o u t t h e golden sun. F i r s t m o r t a l w o m a n was by destiny To b r i n g t h e c u r s e to m a n . So be a t peace, F o r I m u s t w a n d e r ever o'er t h e world To b r i n g relief to all. And now, farewell. Obey t h e gods a n d bo a t peace, farewell. LOIS BUOCIIMIOIEU D o r i a n Society

EXCHANGES Ninety-six colleges a n d universities. t h i r t y - o n e s t a t e s and five foreign .countries w e r e represented by t h o 417 s t u d e n t s of Drew Theological S e m i n a r y . Madison, New Jersey, d u r ing t h e last year.

a s an individual is removed. One f r a ternity m a n told m e t h a t t h e y took in only t h e boys w h o gave p r o m i s e of 'doing s o m e t h i n g big.' T h a t to me, seems appalMng. It implies a s c r a m b l e f o r .'i c e r t a i n sort of sucess t h a t crowds out s o m e of tho finest values of living."—The N e w S t u d e n t .

y e a i a 1900-1924. B e f o r e t h e y e a r 1900 Mrs. D u r f e e h a s boon ill f o r sever- t h e r e w e r e in all only six w o m e n g r a d al days. We wish her a speedy re- uates. as follows: 1882—1; 1885—2; covery. 1887—2; 1891—1. Since 1900 t h e relative n u m b e r s , by classes a n d by F o r t h e past t w o weeks J a c k has five-year periods, has been as follows: been discoursing on w o m e n . He s e e m Class Men Women Total ed m o r e interested in his pet s u b j e c t 15 0 t h a n usual. A n y w h e r e a n d e v e r w h e r e 1900 15 14 he would bring up t h e subjeot. F r i - 1901 0 14 11 day n i g h t we f o u n d out why. J a c k 1902 4 15 14 2 w r o t e a toast on " W o m a n God Bless 1903 16 1904 10 her." 2 12 o

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ALUMNI NEWS P r o f . P a u l E. H i n k a m p , '07, has been e n g a g e d to deliver t h e b a c c a laureate sermon for the graduating class of t h e Wisconsin Memorial A c a d e m y a t Cedar Grove, Wis., May 31st. P r o f . H i n k a m p w a s i n s t r u c t o r in t h a t school f r o m 1907 to 1911 a n d

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1905 190G 1907 1008 1909

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he a c t e d a s principal f r o m 1900 to 1911. Mrs. H i n k a m p was also i n s t r u c tor in t h e a c a d e m y f r o m 1 907 to 1915. Mr. H i n k a m p h a s been Invited to a t tend t h e dedicatiion of t h e now $75,000 building t h a t h a s just boon erected, which dedication will t a k e place on May 29 and also to a t t e n d t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t exercises on J u n o first.

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T h o University of Texas is t h e o w n e r of 2,080.000 a c r e s of land of which m o r e t h a n 100,000 a c r e s a r e u n d e r oil development. E v e r y m o n t h $50,000 is t u r n e d over to t h e University as a royalty f o r t h e oil p r o d u c e d on its land. Albion

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Kijiquet. At tho ninth a n n u a l convention of t h e Iowa College Press Association w h i c h recently convened a t Drake University the "Iowa Wesleyan N e w s " published by s t u d e n t s of I o w a W e s l e y a n College received first prize. It was c o m m e n d e d for its g e n e r a l m a k e - u p and f o r n e w s . — E x c h a n g e .

Tho North Carolina Collegiate P r e s s Association recently m e t at Davidson college. Twenty-one pub- rain c h e c k s a r e asked to k e e p t h e m lications were r e p r e s e n t e d . as u n f o r s e e n m o v e m e n t s of Pluvius m a y cause tho r a c e to be postponed. It is interest ng to learn t h a t of t h e The p a i n t on T u t t l e ' s s p e e d e r c a n ' t nine h u n d r e d odd colleges and u n i - s t n m r ^ v e t w e a t h e r ) . versities in this c o u n t r y only four A r a d i o • a t t h e c o r n e r of E i g h t h h u n d r e d have daily or weekly p a p e r s . street a n d River a v e n u e will a n Of t h i s n u m b e r only thirty-flve h a v e nounce tho results as well as the dailies,—Exchange.

n u m b e r of broken bones a n d necks. W h o shall come u n d e r t h e c h e c k e r To decrease the endless a m o u n t of ed flag first, it Is h a r d to predict, p r e p a r a t i o n usually required in in- but w e ' r e b e t t i n g on Borst. (We tercollegiate debates, l^afayette a n d warn g a m b l e r s , however, t h a t this is R u t g e r s have instituted a new system not a tip. " T h e y ' r e off!") w h e r e b y only two days will be given o for preparations.—Exchange. Minnio Roozeboom w h o h a s been t e a c h i n g in Annville. Ky., visited on J. D. W o o d r u f f , leader of t h e O x f o r d Hope's c a m p u s last week. d e b a t e team which recently t o u r e d A m e r i c a , voiced t h e following opinion Virginia N o w l a n d — E t h e l ' s srpall on A m e r i c a n college life: " T h e col- sister—visited her f o r t h e week. lege f r a t e r n i t i e s seem to exist to f o r c e That'fl I h o way—get prospective t h e i r m e m b e i « into a mould. T h e Hopeites to come early to look t h i n g s preflRure on t h e individual is t r e - ove:*. mendous. E v e r y t a n g e n t and every o a n g l e t h a t would m a k e him s t a n d out Jean Kupyer makes fudge. Mis.

o A " H o p e i t e " sends t h e following notes on t h e doings of H o p e men at P r i n c e t o n Theological S e m i n a r y : T h e One H u n d r e d and T h i r t e e n t h A n n u a l C o m m e n c e m e n t w a s held May t h e 12th at t h e old historic F i r s t Pi e :byterian C h u r c h of P r i n c e t o n . In t h e g r a d u a t i n g claws was J o h n K e m pers. Hope. 1921. Mr. K e m p e r s is also receiving t h e Degree of " M a s t e r of A r t s " f r o m P r i n c e t o n University. In t h e Post G r a d u a t e class was H e n r y A. P o p p e n . Hope, 1914, w h o received t h e Degree of " M a s t e r of T h e ology." Mr. a n d 'Mrs. P o p p e n both of t h e class of '24, a r e art; h o m e on furlough from their Mission field Lungyen, via Amoy, China. T h e y a r e p l a n n i n g to spend t h e "summer visiting f r i e n d s and relatives in Michigan and Iowa b e f o r e r e t u r n i n g to the field in t h e fall. O t h e r H o p e m e n in tho u n d e r g r a d u a t e d e p a r t m e n t of t h e S e m i n a r y a r e " R e d " v a n den Bosch, Bill Zoerner,

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y e a r 1918 t h e n u m b e r s f o r men a n d w o m e n a r e equal; in 1919 t h e w o m e n actually outnumbered the men (due to w a r c o n d i t i o n s ) ; a n d in 1921 t h e w o m e n w e r e only one less in n u m b e r t h a n t h e m e n . This y e a r t h e w o m e n again o u t n u m b e r e d t h e m e n . Q u e r y : Is H o p e becoming a w o m a n ' s college? W e w a n t it to remain a c o - e d u c a t i o n a l institution. P A U L E. H I N K A M P , Secy A l u m n i Association.

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T h e Hope nine affaln took a j o u r ney last F r i d a y when they w e n t to M. P l e a s a n t and defeated C e n t r a l N o r m a l 9 and 6. They t r a \ e l e d to • F e r r t e t h e next d a y but failed to play • because of rain. The Mt. P l e a s a n t g a m e WAS a K'ood CIOHC pame, but Albers showed s u p e r i o r mound work and did m u c h to win the g a m e . H o p e .won t h e g a m e in t h e second Inning, when Ottipoby, De Pree. V a n d e n P r i n k , Albers all hit wifely a n i Uieme r s m a put t h e climax on, by clouting a t h r e e - b a s e hit. Mt. i leasunt s t a r t ed a comeback in t h e e i g h t h by m a k ing t h r e e r u n s but these were not s u f ficient to offset H o p e s lead.

Koth tho t e a m s had nine hits ?o ^ heir credit, with Albers, DePree, Van d e n P r l n k a n d U l e m e r s m i leading for Hope. Roth t e a m s m a d e f o u r errors, but Albers was s u p e r i o r to Tuffs in t h a t h e s t r u c k out t h i r t e e n men while Tuffs f a n n e d only two. The t e a m wa^i disappointed not to play T e r r i s yet S t e k e t e e a n d F o r s t e n \vere lucky f o r they w e r e In poor conditio;! because of late h o u r s kept t h e preious night UNIFORM QUALITY with " t w o best g i r l s " of Mt. Pleasant. Phone 2212 Rlemeiwma, Kole, and Vanden B r i n k also stirred in s o m e p a r l o r g a m e s played a f t e r w a r d . It Is said t h a t P e t e Wessellnk c h a p e r o n e d the boys. SUMMARY Q]iiiimiiiiiiiiimiimnnmmmn, tl , tl „ l i ltltl|llllt||)t||t||||t ^ S t Score by Innings:— Hope 052 000 101—Ji Central N o r m a l 010 101 030— fi Hope Ab R II K Ottipoby. 2b 5 0

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SPOUT NOTES Hudson villo gained revenge by b e a t i n g Hope P r e p s on May 15 a t Hudsonvllle, by a score of 8-7. T h e P r e p s were a h e a d most of t h e g a m e due to t h e h i t t i n g of Howard and Bosch, and to t h e pitching of Ritchie. In t h e seventh however t h e h o m e t e a m got t h e lead which secured a one-point victory. In t h e claws g a m e s this last week the F r e s h m e n s w a m p e d t h e Seniors 21-3. It w a s a decisive d e f e a t but It was not very nice f o r t h e F r e s h m e n to do since t h e Seniors a r e soon leaving. T h e S o p h o m o r e s were d e f e a t e d by t h e J u n i o r s by t h e close score of 4-3. It was one of those garner w h e r e the " s h a d e s of nlghr were falling f a s t . " and w h e r e t h e players could see e v e r y t h i n g but t h e bail.

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They say a m a r r i e d m a n h a s a h a r d t i m e of i t ; but consider the poor b a c h e l o r w h o never k n o w s w h e r e t h e next kiss Is c o m i n g f r o m . o

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Doc Nye says t h a t he new book " H u n i o n s Progrews" by Pilgrim is one of t h e best books of modern times and 1H exceeded only by "The Plastic Age." T h e venerable d o k t o r e also m a k e s this note c o n c e r n i n g t h e " E s say on B u r n s " — u s e baking soda. Aw, g w a n . Doc, id m a r i n l b u s die, y o u ' r e only kidding us. P e r s o n a l touch in flivver w a n t a d v s —"Lizzie, c o m e h o m e to p a p a ; all is f o r g i v e n . " — H e a r t b r o k e n Henry.

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Hay, ray and t h r e e more rays! T h o girls glee c l u b h a v e at last a d d e d a real song to t h e i r repertoire. "The G r a v e Diggers Song of Love or I'd move t h e e a r t h f o r you," is t h e title and they s a y t h a t they a r e going to sing it in chapel t h e day b e f o r e yesterday. Weakly \V>sc C n i k ' s S w s l m n Sum peepul a r e so d u m they t h i n k (bee e a t e e h i s m is a plase w e a r t h e y bury ded kats. And bee also sales t h a t you s h o u l d n ' t feal fulelsh wen you s t u m b l e : just r e m e m b u r that a w o r m is a b o u t t h e e onley t h i n g t h a t c a n ' t fawl downe.

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Great Archeology Discovery A f t e r y e a r s of r e s e a r c h a n d h a r d w o r k on t h e f a m o u s " H o c u s T a b l e t s / ' a g r o u p of Yale professors say t h a t they have - d e c i p h e r e d w h a t Is p e r h a p s t h e most I m p o r t a n t d o c u m e n t since t h e d e c i p h e r i n g of t h e f a m o u s treatise on "Spooning," by C l e o p a t r a . T h e y say they have discovered w h a t is k n o w n as "Live L a t i n , " — h o w Cicero used to sling t h e s l a n g u a g e when not public s p e a k i n g . F o l l o w i n g a r e a few of t h e best dlscoverlee, tog e t h e r with t h e i r English equivalents: I d e m hie—Same here. Nihl f a d e n s — N o t h i n g doing. Nemo d o m l — N o b o d y home. , Id ill x 1st is—Vou said It. Ad a t n o r e m Michaells—For t h e love of*'Mike.

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WHERE SHALL WE GO? A f t e r t h a t w a l k , a f t e r the game, and a f t e r t h e s h o w o u r f o o t s t e p s will n a t u i a l l y lead u s to

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T h e Slate of a Nat Ion "Is t h e h o m e for aged and i n c o r - . riglble m o d e r a t e d r i n k e r s well filled?" "It Is, sire." "Is t h e F e d e r a l Institute f o r tho c a r e and t r e a t m e n t of tobacco a d dicts c r o w d e d ? " "To t h e doors, sire." "And t h e asylum f o r the observation of confirmed t e a and coffee drinkers, w h a t of i t ? " "All w a r d s filled and a waiting I st besides, sire." "And t h e national clinic v for tho reduction of c h e w i n g gum a d d i c t s ? " " F o u r l s h i n g sire not a cell e m p t y . " "And t h e association for t h e s u p pression of all b u m a n desires a n d minor vices, how goes it with them?" "Splendidly, sir. Their a g e n t s a r e in every h o m e . " "Good," s a ; d t h e Past Grand Master and High Exalted Leader of t h e Anti-saloon League, a n d he dictated t h e following bulletin to his constituents: T h e American people passed a c o m f o r t a b l e night a n d a r e doing as well as could be expected.

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' Laughlin's Restaurant 72 East Eighth St. " A Real Good Place to Eat."

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Oar 28 Years Experience as Watchmaker at the Bench is at Your Service.

PETER A, SELLESf Jeweler 14 East 8th St.

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