05-27-1942

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Hope College Bnchor LV-17

Official Publication of the Students oi Hope College at Holland, Michigan

"The Wave of the Future"

Awards t o Be Given Tomorrow Morning

o n o r s a s s e m b l y f o r 1941To Be Commencement Address 42 Hwill t a k e place t o m o r r o w Rev. Henry Vruwink, pastor of the

Fort

Washington

Collegiate

church of New York city will address the Class of 1942 at the Seventy-seventh annual commencement of Hope College in the Memorial chapel on Wednesday evening June 3.

Rev. Vruwink, class of

1910,

who is well known throughout Reformed church circles, will speak on the topic, "The Wave of the Future." Dr. John A. Dykstra, president of the Board of Trustees of the college, will give the invocation for the graduation exercises. William Tappan will present the valedictory address, to be followed by special music and Rev. Vruwink's a j d r e s s to the class of '42. Dr. Wichers, president of the college will then present the degrees and certificates to the graduates of '42, followed by the awarding of honorary degrees. Names of those receiving honorary degrees have not yet been announced. As a ciimax to the order of the graduation exercises Dr. Wichers will award prizes to the outstanding men and women of the class of '42. At the close of the graduation ceremonies. Dr. Dykstra will pronounce the benediction.

m o r n i n g , May 28, i m m e d i a t e -

Magazine Accepts Paper By Muller

ly a f t e r t h e

regular

Prizes and

awards

Chem Club First to Use New Building

t o be Summer School Profs

John Muller, senior pre-seminary student, has had an article on p r e s e n t e d a t t h i s t i m e include the secessions in the Reformed the f r e s h m a n , s o p h o m o r e , and Church of Michigan accepted for publication in the Michigan History j u n i o r Biblical prizes. In t h e Magazine. f r e s h m a n c o n t e s t t h e r e will be The paper was originally a 31,000 two prizes of $12.50 each, word research project written for jince t i e r e were two separate a history course under Professor contests this year. The sophomore Bruce Raymond. Professor Rayand junior prizes are $15 for first mond persuaded Muller to write a prize and $10 for second. The 1,500 word summary of the article sophomore prize has been estaband send it to the Michigan Hislished by the Coopersville Men's torical Commission. The summary Adult Bible Class. was accepted and will be published Other prizes are: the Mrs. Samin a near number of the magazine. Most of the contributors of the uel Sloan prize in Foreign Missions, the George Birkhoif, Jr., EngMichigan History Magazine are lish literature prize, $25; the J . professors with Ph.D. degrees and at the head of history departments I Ackerman Coles Debating prize, a in various colleges and universities. I & ol(1 Pi Kappa Delta key; the A. A. Raven prize in oratory, 1st place $30, 2nd place $20; the Adelaide Van Bronkhorsf New prize in oratory, $25. ANCHOR German Club Prexy and MILESTONE awards of keys and lapel buttons will also be given At the last meeting of the Gerat this time. man club, held in the commons j room, Wednesday, May 13, election ^ o r athletics t h e f o l l o w i n g of officers for the next year took a w a r d s will be given: The Durfee place. Athletic award, loving cup; WAA awards; ADD awards; All-MIAA Those elected were Ruth Van recognition awards, athletic awards Bronkhorst, 'Montana sophomore. ot president; Carl Verduin, Chicago letters and numerals; freshman Heights junior, v i c e - p r e s i d e n t ; j ^ ' r ' s athletic a w a r d , freshman Paul Fried, Czechoslavkia junior, i ^1'-v s a, -hletic award.

The summer session will open here at Hope on June 15. It is the first time that Hope has had a summer school. Three hours credit will be given for the courses and nine hours is the maximum allowed to any student. The school will last for nine weeks. Those of our professors who will teach are as follows: Henry Bast, Miss Laura Boyd, Edward Dimnent. Miss Margaret Gibbs, Milton Hinga, J . Harvey Kleinheksel, Albert Lampen, M i s s E l i z a b e t h Lichty, Paul E. M c L e a n , Miss Metta Ross, Oscar Thompson, Albert Timmer, G a r r e t t Vander Borgh, Walter Van Saun, Edward Wolters. Tentative schedules are being made out, and will be completed next week.

Blair, Koeppe Are Associate Editors

In the first ballot of the student council elections of May 14, Mary Blair and Roger K o e p p e were elected associate editors of the ANCHOR for the coming year. They were elected by a majority I Because of the length of this of votes over Harland Steele and ; popular assembly, which is a high- Ro^er Rietberg. ligh: in the year's activities, the Both candidates have had coni remainder of the morning will be siderable experience working on divided equally into four periods. the ANCHOR staff, Mary Blair 1 has been assistant editor of society j news and Koeppe has worked as New Alcor Holds Dinner assistant sports' editor. They will serve under Editor Milton Verburg.

Van Ess to Speak at Baccalaureate

Navy Announces New "Group" Plan

Van Vleck Becomes Women's Dorm

crease.This Annex will be vacated with the opening of Van Vleck to the girls next year. Van Vleck Hall, according to present plans, is to be the home of forty-four girls. At present, only new arrivals to the school are housed in extra dormitories. Mrs. Bertha Kronemeyer, the housemother at the Annex this year, will be the matron at Van Vleck. The landmark, constructed in 1857 under the direction of Dr. Van Vleck, is the oldest building on the campus. Needed repairs and renovation will be necessary before it can be occupied by the women of Hope. A reception room will be added on the first floor for the entertainment of male companions. A matrons' suite will also be added. Many other changes will be made in order to insure a fine campus home f o r the women students. Men now housed in Van Vleck will find the f r a t e r n i t y houses, Zwemer Hall, and many private homes ready to receive them. As male student enrollment promises to be decreased next school year, this housing problem is not expected to be serious.

The p r o g r a m f o r this year's

Registrar Announces

At the seventy-seventh annual commencement of Hope College, approximately 110 degrees will be awarded to the largest graduating secretary; and Helen Mae Heasley, class in the history of Hope ColHolland sophomore, treasurer. lege. June Baker, former treasurer reported a favorable balance in the treasury. June and the committee she appoints will use the surplus for something to improve the club, The reins w e r e t h e n formally handed over to the new officers. Sunday evening, May 31, the anParty, Elects Officers nual Baccalaureate service will be The Mooring, at Pine Lodge, was held in the chapel. Dr. John Van the scene of the formal initiation Ess, graduate of 1899, a renowned 1 of the six new Alcor members last personage of the Reformed Church, Weanesday night. Edith Klaaren, will be the speaker. Dr. John Van Details of the U. S. Navy's new j Barbara Folensbee, Jean Ruiter. Ess has played an important part "Group" policy of enlisting Naval • Winifred Rameau, Irma Stoppels, in the development of missions in Arabia. His life has influenced Aviation Cadets, designed to pro- and Mildred Timmer are the new scores of young men graduating mote a greater competitive spirit Alcor members, chosen because of from the Basrah Boy's School, of and higher morale, were revealed their fine scholarship, character, which he is head. His address recently by Lieutenant Comman- and numerous campus activities. promises to be both inspirational der C. L. Edwards, senior memFollowing the initiation, a formal ber of the Naval Aviation Cadet and informative. dinner was s e r v e d . Decorations Special music will be rendered Selection Board in Detroit. were in blue and gold. Miss ElizaCommander Edwards attributed by the chapel choir, under the dibeth Lichty, Mrs. Peter Prins, and rection of Robert C a v a n a u g h . an increase in the number of ap- Mrs. W. Curtis Snow were the Selections will include "Hail Glad- plicants for Naval Aviation to this patronesses. dening Light" by Heckenlively and "Group" system, plus the fact that The election of new officers was "Onward Ye Peoples" by Sibelius. recently revised regulations now permit men between 18 and 26, in- then held. Jean Ruiter is the new clusive, who are high school grad- president, W i n i f r e d Rameau the uates and physically qualified to new vicc-president, and Barbara enlist for training as flying officers Folensbee the new secretary-treasurer. in the Navy. The "Group" s y s t e m , as exGraduating members of Alcor P r e s i d e n t W y n a n d W i c h e r s plained by Commander Edwards, are: Lorraine Timmer, Beth Marh a s r e c e n t l y a n n o u n c e d t h a t consists of forming "squadrons" of cus, Peggy Hadden, Jeanette RyVan Vleck Hall, t h e t r a d i t i o n - aviation-minded young men in high laarsdam, Bernice Oatman, Nola al c a m p u s home of men s t u - schools, clubs and colleges, who en- Nies, Carolyn Kremers, Ann De list in the Navy as a group — and d e n t s , is to be m a d e into a Y o u n g , R u t h S t e g e n g a , Mae who receive their training as AviaClonan, Margaret Nagy, and Norg i r l s ' d o r m i t o r y f o r t h e com- tion Cadets together. ma Becksfort. ing school y e a r . D u e to t h e

present emergency, the male e n r o l l m e n t h a s s h o w n s i g n s of d e c r e a s e while e n r o l l m e n t of g i r l s h a s been on a s t e a d y in-

Sororities, Fraternities To Vie For Sing Honors Saturday

chapel

service.

To the Chemistry club goes the unique distinction of holding the first organized m e e t i n g of any group in the new Hope College science building. This final meeting of the year will be held on Wednesday. May 27. Bill Hakken and Dick Van Strien have been scheduled to present papers for the meeting. The important business of election of officers for 1942'43 is to be transacted. The club has made many plans for activities in the coming year. These plans include a project to provide funds for some of the necessary e equipment for the newscience building. The group intends to increase its activities both individually and collectively beyond the preparation a n d delivery of chemistry-related research papers. Social activities call for a tentative dinner meeting sometime in the fall. President C o r n e l i u s Pettinga states, "The club has enjoyed another banner year in the already successful history of the chemistry department, and is indebted to Dr. Gerrit Van Zyl and Dr. J. Harvey Kleinheksel for their guidance and direction as club advisors."

Approximately one thousand persons w i t n e s s e d the production "Smilin' Through," s h o w n l a s t week in the Women's Literary club by the senior class. The production was described by Stanley Albers, Grand Rapids play director, who has directed most of Hope's recent senior class productions, as probably the best acted of the recent senior plays. Miss Metta J. Ross, instructor of Nine new members will be initiated into the Blue Key National drama, commended the cast on Honor society at a dinner to be their excellent acting and careful held this evening. Those who were preparation in their performance tapped in an impressive ceremony of "Smilin' Through." The play at the May Day banquet. May 15, was managed by Dolly Kamps, seare: Donald De Fouw and Harvey nior director, and John Visser, Staal, Grand Rapids; Harvey Koop, business manager. The leading Clinton Harrison, Frank Lokker, I characters of the cast were played Seymour Padnos, and Milton Ver-1 b>' Charles Boonstra, James Baar, burg, Holland; Daniel Fylstra, Lit-i J e a n e t t e Kylaarsdam, and Blase tie Falls, New Jersey; and Alfred L, e v a '- Other members of the cast Borgman, Calumet City, 111. j were: Nola Nies, Gordon Girod, This year's chapter of Blue Key : J o h n Westhof, Marian Van Zyl, was reunited on this important oc-' N a n c y Boynton, George Vanderhill, casion by the presence of J a y Donald Van Ark, Dorothy ShraWitte who is now in the armed mek, Eleanor Dalman, Peggy Hadforces of the country- stationed at den, Dorothy Curtis, John Maasen, Fort Devons, Mass. John Hains, and Gene Hoover.

New Blue Key Men Initiated Tonight

Other senior members of the Blue Key a r e : James Baar, Elmer Morgan, Kenneth Vandenburg, Gilbert Van Wieren, John Visser, Blase Levai, John Hains, Martin Bekken, William Tappan, George Vanderh:ll, Jack Baas, and Howard Hoek e J -

, Doctors to Be Few Dr. Harold S. Diehl, dean of medical sciences at University of Minnesota, b e l i e v e s e v e n t u a l l y there will be left only one doctor , to serve each 1,500 to 2,000 civillians. ACP

Council Presidency With Majority of Eighty-Nine Votes. Harrison,

H o l l a n d I 228 votes as against Verburg's 139. | of the Men's Glee Club and the

. he Dorians have selected Corrine Pool as their representative; the

S t u d e n t | T h e election p r o v e d one of the | College Men's Quartet. In the paCouncil p r e s i d e n t f o r t h e com- most exciting in recent years. geant, "The Pilgrim," celebrating Sibyllines, Persis P a r k e r ; Delphi, Harrison Active on Campus Hope's 75th Anniversary, Harrison Peggy Cross, Thesaurians, Josei n g y e a r in t h e election held Harrison, who is a chemistry played a l e a d i n g r o l e , singing p h i n e F i t z ; Cosmopolitans. Roy M o n d a y , May 18. T h r e e balmajor, has been active in campus j several solo numbers. Davis; Emersonians, Larry Beltlots w e r e n e c e s s a r y t h i s y e a r activities for the past three years, j addition to the9e extra.cur. man; Fraternal, Verne Boersma; in o r d e r to decide t h e final Representing Hope College in inricular activities, Clint is a member and Knickerbockers, George Mantw i n n e r . On T h u r s d a y , M a y ter-collegiate activities, Clint has of the MILESTONE staff, of the ing. 14, H a r r i s o n led t h e field, b u t established an enviable record as a chemistry club, and of Pi Kappa The Sorosis society has not as w a s f o l l o w e d c l o s e l y b y H a r - ' d e b a t e r - I n t h e Manchester tourna- Delta. He is president of this yet elected its representative, but ment of 1941 he and his colleague vey K o o p and Milton V e r b u r g forensic society. He is also a mem- this is expected within the next had a perfect record of five deciber of the Cosmopolitan f r a t e r - week. Two additional members will w h o w e r e tied, w i t h j u s t t h i r sions in five debates. Again this nity, where he was secretary dur- sit on the council when next year's teen less votes than Harrison. year in the same tournament, coming the past year. He has recently freshman class elects one boy and Friday's election was to deter- peting against nation-wide comreceived the honor of being one of one girl to represent them. mine which of the latter two should petition, Clint and his team-mate the nine men elected to Blue Key, compete with the winner in the won f o u r victories in five contests. National Honor society. third balloting. In this election, a s He has also had remarkable sucSocieties Elect Representatives Profs Must Reduce announced Friday evening at the cess in other state tournaments. Clint Harrison will have an able May Day banquet by President If Professor Karl Sax of HarIn the field of sports, Harrison Bill T a p p e n , V e r b u r g defeated was a member of the freshman body of students assisting him vard's botany department has his junior,

was

elected

all-college musical

sing,

an

annual

event sponsored

by

the W o m e n ' s A c t i v i t i e s L e a g u e a n d f e a t u r i n g competition between the f r a t e r n i t i e s a n d s o r o r i t i e s , will be p r e s i d ed over by M a s t e r of Ceremonies

George

VanderHill.

Scheduled f o r t h i s F r i d a y even i n g at n i n e o'clock in t h e memorial chapel, a feature of this year's sing will be a session of community singing conducted by Clinton Harrison. Having gained considerable prestige on the college's schedule of regular yearly events, this year's program is expected to more than maintain its reputation for excellence and well-planned musical entertainment. Sing Chairman Jean Ruiter announced that the winning positions in the contest will be decided by the number of first, second, and third places awarded by the judges, not by the total number of winning points. Decisions of the judges will be based on the following point system:

diction, 15; balance, 15;

intonation, 15; attack and release,

Seniors C o m m e n d e d O n Success of Play

Hopeites Elect Clinton Harrison, Holland Junior/ to Student Clinton

May 27, 1942

15; interpretation, 15; originality of arrangement, 15; and general appearance, 10. Separate awards will be given the winning sorority and fraternity. The committee in charge of the event includes:

Clinton Harrison,

publicity and group singing; Harvey Koop and Earl De Witt, address system and lighting effects; Mildred Timmer, flowers and decorations;

Edith

Klaaren,

programs;

Jean Ruiter, judges; advisors, Miss Elizabeth Borgh, augh.

Lichty,

Professor

Doris

Vandc - •

Robert

Caven-

Alpha Chi to Elect Officers This Noon Alpha Chi members will hold a special meeting today at 11:50 o'clock in Prof. Bast's room for the purpose of electing officers for next year. Because of the crowded schedule of campus activities Alpha Chi has decided to omit its regular May meeting. But officers must be elected before the school year closes. The offices to be filled are president, vice-president, treasurer, and committeemen-at-large. A secretary will be elected next year from the freshman class. Nominations will be made from the floor, and all Alpha Chi members are urged by President Henry Kik to be present at this all important meeting. This short business meeting will close the second year of Alpha Chi, which has so f a r had a very successful history. Alpha Chi's program for the past year has ineluded many manv varied and educational activities.

W A L Assignments Vlade in Meeting

Plans for next year's WAL program were discussed at the last WAL meeting. The following committees were assigned: booklets, Edith Klaaren; Orientation Tea, Ellen J a n e Kooiker and Marian Sandee; Queen's float f o r Homecoming, Ruth Van B r o n k h o r s t ; Christmas Tea, Sally Brannock and Audrey Scott; moneymaking. Norma Lemmer and Mary Blair; WAL big project, Phyllis Pelgrim and Peggy Cross; May Day, J e a n Ruiter; All-College Sing, Marjorie Emery. Some projects m a y be changed in view of f u t u r e events. The project of giving a blanket to the senior girl most outstanding Koop by a vote of 172 to 168. The football team. In the finer arts, next year when the society repre- way, all " f a t , flabby, pot-bellied" in sports has been changed to the final balloting on iMonday resulted Clint has been known f o r his vocal sentatives who have recently been university p r o f e s s o r s will take extent t h a t the award will be a gold medal with the Hope insignia in the election of Harrison, with ability. He is a prominent member elected t a k e o^ice on the council. compulsory physical training. ACP on it.


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p a r t of the Glee Club around. 9 Now that Doris Vanderborgh has joined the ranks of the ringwearers, one-tenth of the dormites are engaged. Ain't it awful Mabel ? A s w e l o o k b a c k o v e r t h e e v e n t s of t h e p a s t y e a r , w e f e e l By the way the name Con VanEverybody happy? All recovered p r o u d of t h e m a n y a c h i e v e m e n t s g a i n e d b y H o p e s t u d e n t s . from the record breaking crowds derWoude should be synonymous I t h a s b e e n a y e a r of o u t s t a n d i n g a t t a i n m e n t i n t h e s e v e r a l of Tulip Time, we trust! Quite a with treason to dormites. Imagine, a janitor of the dorm and he goes f i e l d s of f o r e n s i c s , s p o r t s , m u s i c , s c h o l a r s h i p , a n d C h r i s t i a n rat-race, wasn't it? Overheard Hoots Kowan making a noise like out with a high school girl from work. a business man the other day; he Forest Grove! T h e m u s i c d e p a r t m e n t h a s its n e w s directed chiefly a t Merle Vandenberg had a chance was sort of pathetic about the t h e s u c c e s s f u l 2 , 0 0 0 m i l e t r i p t a k e n b y t h e g i r l s ' g l e e c l u b whole thing. Seems he and While to say "I told you so!" for a whole u n d e r t h e l e a d e r s h i p of M r s . I'U.i a little business during Tulip night. When our lovely Eek was G l e e C l u b Trip VV. Curtis Snow. Many new Week. They did all right last year but a frosh, he bet her she'd be campus queen some palmy day. Profitable f r i e n d s of t h e c o l l e g e w e r e . . . but they didn't want to be too Saturday was the pay off; she took hopeiul about this year's profits, so m a d e in all of t h e N e w Y o r k they planned on a 60% decrease him to "Rio Rita" — E t s said she a n d N e w J e r s e y c h u r c h e s in w h i c h t h e g i r l s p r e s e n t e d t h e i r in take. Says Hoots sadly, " \ o u could. Gathered here and there — Morp r o g r a m . T h e m e n ' s g l e e c l u b g a v e s e v e r a l c o n c e r t s f o r can imagine what that 90% derie Webber had a short stay in Ciease did to our profits!" local c h u r c h e s a n d o r g a n i z a t i o n s . i\ext thing to worry about is Holland Hospital, mostly to have E s p e c i a l l y e x c e p t i o n a l w a s t h e s p e e c h v i c t o r i e s of t h e y e a r . exams . . . and have you heard pictures took of her insides. Ain't So outstanding they were t h a t the s t u d e n t s declared a glory tne studes with four in one day that conceit?! — and upon discovering she was perfectly normal and d a y o n A p r i l 13 a n d f e t e d wail ? looked just like everybody else, she Speech Victories their speech contestants. W i t h ICTORY Pearl "Iowa - girl-makes-good" was in the dorm infirmary several Numerous a first in w o m e n ' s s t a t e e x - Scholten almost h e m m o r h a g e d days to recuperate! . . . Muriel t e m p o r e , a t h i r d in m e n ' s when she learned her exam sched- Mackerprang was observed steamUNITED STATES s t a t e e x t e m p o r e , a first in t h e m e n ' s M O L o r a t o r i c a l c o n t e s t , ule—four on Monday—She's been ing down the hall, left wing, second VINGS m u t t e r i n g uninterruptedly ever ONDS floor. "Gotta see a man about a a s e c o n d in t h e w o m e n ' s M O L o r a t o r i c a l c o n t e s t , a first in MCD STAMPS since. Cheer up, kids, it'll all be bee," she said cheerfully. In her t h e s t a t e d e b a t e t o u r n a m e n t , a n d o t h e r s u p e r i o r r a t i n g s a t over by the third of June. \SiMAA bonnet, no doubt. Arlene DeVries' t h e n a t i o n a l Pi K a p p a D e l t a c o n v e n t i o n . C o a c h P r o f e s s o r Seems a pity school's over just bonnet threatened to become too W i l l i a m S c h r i e r c a n c o n c l u d e h i s s e c o n d y e a r a t H o p e f e e l i n g when so many new and interesting small when her man distinguished couples b e g i n coupling around. himself in the sem commencement a s e n s e of s a t i s f a c t i o n . Contributed bp the American Society 0/ Magazine Cartooniiti. O u r f o o t b a l l t e a m c o p p e d t h i r d p l a c e h o n o r s in t h e M I A A Take Mrs. Timmer's little girl Mil- . . . The dorm was deluged in old dred, for instance. Last time we girls last week-nd. They were league a n d o u r b a s k e t b a l l t e a m placed a close second to A l m a had her in here we thought she around for the Bilkert-Newcastle in t h e M I A A L e a g u e . L a s t was pretty well taken care of—but shower on Helen VanKooy . . . Team Honors High, F r i d a y , o u r t e n n i s t e a m , t o o , here she is again, trying to figure And we end up with the saddest c a m e t h r o u g h w i t h f l y i n g out how much Hietbrink's class pin words of tongue or pen, "Oh drat Inframurals A c t i v e AC P i Jay Richter Reports trom Washington c o l o r s , p l a c i n g s e c o n d in t h e is worth. How much it means, we it, I'm campused again!" Refrain mean. And then there's that eternal was sung by Mae Vander Linden M I A A m e e t a t K a l a m a z o o . A c t i v i t y in i n t r a m u r a l s p o r t s parallelogram with Blase making and Calamity Jane Mac Donald. h a s b e e n e x t e n s i v e in b o t h w o m e n ' s a n d m e n ' s s p o r t s . I n n o - love to Jetts and Barb, and J e t t s examination results: Ray Beale was observed drowning JOBS . . . v a t e d t h i s y e a r by t h e W o m e n ' s A t h l e t i c A s s o c i a t i o n w a s t h e making love to Blase and Clint and his sorrows in Black Cows at the WASHINGTON—(ACP) — GovThe list of "eligibles" will be everybody having a wonderful time Model, and Walbrinck clings to the ernment war agencies are worried sorted into occupational fields, and inter-sorority baseball league and a r c h e r y . O v e r t h i r t y d e p u t a t i o n t e a m s h a v e b e e n s e n t o u t b y t h e except when Barb's in the audi- memory of his orchid on Janey's sick about the growing shortages Civil Service wiii draw on the list of college-trained physicists, chem- as needs o •cur in various branches ence! May Elizabeth Van Dyke shoulder to keep him going. Y M C A and Y W C A to the various c h u r c h e s and other o r g a n has all the symptoms, too, and it What a life, what a life! Oh, ists, engineers and other technici- of the government. i z a t i o n s , a n u m b e r w h i c h e x - probably all started when Frieda well, it's been fun — Good luck on ans. As quickly as experts in these Students who passed a similar Y Send Over c e e d s t h a t of a n y p r e v i o u s Grote's brother began chauffeuring exams, you-all. See you next year. fields are hired by some eager govexamination given last January ernment d e p a r t m e n t . Selective year. The Y mission drive Thirty Teams will get first chance at jobs; conService steps in to divert them to n e t t e d six h u n d r e d a n d sevsequently, the April applicants canone of the military branches. e n t y d o l l a r s f o r t h e b e n e f i t of t h e M e x i c a n m i s s i o n s . T h e not expect lightning action. The problem of shortages in critW e e k of P r a y e r w a s s i g n i f i c a n t w i t h i t s five p e r s o n a l i t i e s J u n i o r Professional Assistant ical occupations is two-headed. At jobs pay $2,000 unless an applis p e a k i n g o n t h e t o p i c of " P u t t i n g C h r i s t i a n i t y t o W o r k N o w . " the same time that war agencies cant indicates he's willing to take S t u d e n t Council, too, h a s a c c o m p l i s h e d m o r e t h i s p a s t y e a r find themselves unable to hang on less. to what men they are able to hire t h a n it h a s f o r s e v e r a l y e a r s . A n e w p r o j e c t t o m e e t t h e This is the sort of information and run, not walk, etc. This may in scientific and engineering fields, WAR . . . d e m a n d s of t h e p r e s e n t w a r s i t u a t i o n w a s t h e d e f e n s e f o r u m that always comes too late . . . by have u n p l e a s a n t repercussions; young college men are apathetic The Office of Price Administram e e t i n g e a c h w e e k t o d i s c u s s this time you've all flunked your don't try it if he's a big guy . . . about applying for such jobs be- tion's Consumer Division wishes Student Council wartime problems. Working outside reading tests. 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W h e n t h e W e d n e s d a y n i g h t . A l s o s i n g - after openihg and the book you librarian trots over curiously to pressing needs occur. of measuring how f a s t sugar bowls • » • were being emptied . . . At still Largest Senior Class ular about this class is its wanted would be gone. In mapping find out what's the matter, tell her A total of 28,800 college people another, the dormitory superint o Be G r a d u a t e d t w e n t y - n i n e m e m b e r s o n t h e out your campaign, therefore, just you won't come down till you get filed to take the Junior Profestendent who fed a litter of pigs s e n i o r c l a s s h o n o r roll a n d i t s begin by assuming that the book the book you want. 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Hope College Anchor Philoiophy Club Meets at Class Hour May 19

Dr. Miner Stegenga Will Address Alumni Association The

H o p e College A l u m n i

A s s o c i a t i o n will e n t e r t a i n t h e p r e s e n t m e m b e r s of t h e c l a s s ot 1 9 4 2 a t t h e a n n u a l a l u m n i b a n q u e t to be held a t 6 : 3 0 p. m . , J u n e 2 , in C a r n e g i e g y m . A f t e r t h e dinner, Dr. Lester K u y p e r , p r e s i d e n t of t h e a s sociation,

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s p e a k e r of the evening. Dr. Miner Stegenga, a member of the graduating class of 1915. Dr. Stegenga is coming to Holland from Fort Gordon, Georgia, where he serves as Captain chaplain in the base hospital force. Carolyn Kremers, '42, will render a violin solo as a part of the program for the banquet, and Mr. Leo TePaske, '23, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, will provide a vocal solo. A business meeting will also be held which will include the election of new officers. The present officers a r e : Dr. Lester Kuyper, '28, president; Mr. Clarence Becker, '31, vice president; Miss Mildred Schuppert, '31, secretary; and Professor Edward R. Wolters, '20, treasurer.

Junella Vander Linden Gives Recital Sunday Junella Vander Linden, Chicago senior, will give a piano recital Sunday afternoon, May 31, at 4:00 p. m. in the Hope chapel. During her four years at Hope Miss Vander Linden has majored in the field of music studying piano and voice. Her training here has been under the competent direction of Mrs. Harold Karsten. She has also done summer work at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. The program which Miss Vander Linden will play is as follows: C a p r i c c i o Hrillanti'..

Beach Party Closes Year Program of Y The joint meeting of YM and YW at Tunnel Park on Tuesday night. May 26, brought to an end the Y program for the current year. The group left the campus by trucks from Graves Hall at six forty-five p. m. First on the evening's program was the group singing led by Janet Clark with the assistance of Daniel Fylstra, and trumpet accompaniment by Alfred Vande Waa. Devotions were in charge of Daniel Fylstra. After a few selections rendered by Calvin De Vries on the flute, the speaker of the evening. Professor Paul Brouwer, spoke on the subject "The Shadow Before." He pointed out that the present and f u t u r e are based upon what one was in the past. His vision of Y's place in the f u t u r e was most inspiring. "Bless Be the Tie That Binds," the YM song, was then sung by the group Reciting of the Mizpah b e n e d i c t i o n closed the meeting.

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Dr. Miner Stegenga Will Address Alumni Association The

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Junella Vander Linden Gives Recital Sunday Junella Vander Linden, Chicago senior, will give a piano recital Sunday afternoon. May 31, at 4:00 p. m. in the Hope chapel. During her four years at Hope Miss Vander Linden has majored in the field of music studying piano and voice. Her training here has been under the competent direction of Mrs. Harold Karsten. She has also done summer work at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. The program which Miss Vander Linden will play is as follows: CHpriccio Brillnnle Op. r> Two Pijinos PapillioiiH Moriz RoHenthnl March from Love of the Three Oranges S. I'rokofiHf S o n a t a Op. 31 No. 3. .. Beethoven Allegro f r o m Toccata in (I Bach

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Reign As Queen

T h e Sorosis-Delphi joint meeting was

postponed

scheduled

b e c a u s e of

for

tonight,

rain

2..

T h e m e e t i n g , w i t h t h e S o m s i t e s a>

various o u t d o o r s p o r t s f u r the entertainment These

lowed

by

roast

events

the

I scheer.

( I r a v e s L i b r a r y at 6 : 3 0 j). m . I t a k e Ion M a y Day, May 1 •'). T h e n o w

will

In-

customary

fol-

uirner

w h i c h will c o n c l u d r t h e p r o

rei^n over the c a m p u s during

for

Marian

to

the

sorority

Klection

of

new

olficers

bara

Folensbee,

vacated

Fit/,

the

seniors

sisters. for

Flushing.

on

Jayne

mons

New

will

serving

Hellenic

the

tfirls

will

The

Her A d i v l i e s Are Man\

Board;

spring

quests

j treasurer

Kathficl

part\ The

'M^a

tin-

annua!

ut-re

in t h e

co-chairmen

j-imery a n d

at

th i r

(liu-sts

c o m e d at " A N i ^ h t by

H). | ) c l t a I ' h i ' s

for

pai'ty.

wel-

of

the

• house

board, and

j girls'

sports

has

column

Hall

written in

tropica!

Lois

ihf

were

tall

and

yellow

and

Mrs.

a n d Mrs. duced \ an

the

the

shape

AN-

Maiors.

is well k n o w n f o r t h e m a n > ful a d v e r t i s i n u

sin-

recent

ex-

her

abilitv

clever

series

room. blue

Junior

parl\

tin-

posters

which

sin-

in t h i s

chairman

New

program

the

nth

was

decree.

the

theme

of

carried

"()

i he m a n n e r

Mr.

Kik

Western

will

be a

Murray

Theological

out

(Irand

Rapids

the

Nola

Mr.

ha\

c h o s e t h e new

court. the

Naiu-y

this

t h e " h i a r y of

Dirk \ ' a n d e r

Heide"

was

of

of

a

of

Next

on

the

ie / . u s t t - r en

the Success

and

The

book

program

came

I k . " a tine piece h a 'is, a c -

c o m p a n i e d by Kdith K l a a r e n . cluding laars

the the

11eat to e a t

meeting hutch

the

Bearl Schol-

of v o c a l i z a t i o n by B e t t y

were

sweet

Babe

that's

by

a f a v o r a b l e critic's r e p o r t by Anne

her

he

Young.

on

June

bt-auty. c a m p u s

WHITE CROSS Barber Shop

Anchor

it Merits

1

Ruth

I senior, Sheboygan. 1

Vander ker.

become

the

of

Robert

1

The

church

couple

wedding

will

and

have

geant-at-arms;

of

Ruth

to

alumni secretary. After a general

the

business and

Hope

spring

will

l a s t b u s i n e s s m e e t i n g of t h e y e a r .

ber

a

church

senior

wedding

Mae Cbman

Lakes.

In

New

from

Jersey,

Jersey.

New

year,

•it

will

work

work

in

also

has

the

realm

which

. h.- e n g a g e m e n t

of

:ov: !i to ( i e o r g e ,.ia <• -.n i w n .

ing

teachin : At

the

held

at

for the

O n J u n e 2, t h e d e p a r t -

seniors

bid

farewell

to

Morrie

Tardilf,

Ray

On

the

Sib

Seniors

with

evening.

held

Alumnae

a

May

joint Van

Holland.

by

Mrs.

Karl

B.

ation

in

the

with

Kersen

Vanden

comiag

ery.

At

Mr. a n ! B r a n Ion.

Mrs. F r a n k Wisconsin.

Bosch,

J.

year

T h e Dorian l i t e r a r y society cele- i brated

its

Friday,

twentieth

May

22nd.

Decorations,

B u t e y n of

at

He

Minnema and

is

in

birthday To

on

commem-

charge

at

the ex-

solo

I college. C u p i d ' s c o n q u e s t s a r e not l i m i t e d

Cake;"

I to

ver

Kven

seniors

of

freshman

this

campus.

Betty

Mulder,

d a u g h t e r of D r . a n d Mulder

of

diamond

Grand from

has

Harold

(Irand

the

her

Harold

also a Hope f r e s h m a n . I both

plan

| the fall. Allen

to b e b a c k

Guard

had

been

in tin-

sent.

of

fraternity

spring

party

Fri-

the

afternoon

guests

amused

badminton, and

themselves

ping

pong, arch-

At

HJHI o ' c l o c k ,

rowing.

C h a p e n m e s for

Brouwer.

GIFTS For The Graduate Gloves

Helene

Marie Jenkins, were

House Coals Hosiery

entitled, Devotions,

"Apple led

Sauce

by

Lingerie

Mimi

reading

by

Nancy

Slips

Safford,

meeting,

general

Marian

which

was

chairmanship

Sandee.

closed

Bags

under

with

of the

s i n g i n g of D o r i a n s o n g s .

The Knooihuizen Shoppe

is

T h e couple at

Weenink,

was

The

VerBerk-

Haven.

of

During

"Spice Cake."

m o e s , s o n of M r s . C r a c e \ e r B e r k m o e s , of

strife

Knickerbocker

M o n c a d a , " A n g e l F o o d ; " a n d a cle-

Mrs. B e r n a r d

Rapids

present members

program, Frieda Grote's delightful

I p e r i m e n t s t a t i o n of M i c h i K a n S t a t e

the

the

Har.dkerclmTs

the Chris Craft

ney, a n a l y t i c a l c h e m i s t

in

example.

took [

now M f g . , a p p r o p r i a t e l y c a r r i e d o u t in t h e j Co. a n d K s t e l l a h a s a p o s i t i o n f o r l a v e n d e r a n d g o l d of D o r i a n . W i t h " C a k e " a s t h e t h e m e of t h e 1 n e x i yc-ar a s a s s i s t a n t to D r . B e n -

I e.aployed

Home

an

t h e p a r t y w e r e B r o f . a n d M r s . Baul

Dorians C e l e b r a t e Twentieth Birthday

the

the

where

dinner was served.

()

Kamps,

current As

its a n n u a l

their

the

place.

high

party

stated

Macatawa.

e l e c t i o n of o . l i c e r s f o r t h e A s s o c i -

been

so

States.

t h e m e m b e r s of t h e f r a t e r n i t y a n d

the business meeting, presided over a*,

Fylstra.

d a y , May 22, at T h e M o o r i n g . L a k e "J'i.

A s s o c i a t i o n , at Street,

held

meeting

ITS

lath

Dan

Knick Party H e l d at the Mooring

Don

h o m e of M i s s H e l e n e W.

by

George

VanOmmen,

Tuesday

now

United

H o l l a n 1 s e n i o r , t o Kd B u t e y n . H o p - o r a t e t h e h a p p y o c c a s i o n , a g a b '."I-, w a s a n n o u n c e d . Kd is t h e s o n t e a w a s s e r v e d in t h e s o c i e t y r o o m

V

offered

problem

Sib Seniors Entertained By Sorority Alumnae

Indiana,

l-.stella

by G o r d o n

p a p e r dealt with the race relations

Fraters

The

has

the

Cosmo spring of

be

i'oppen.

;( h >ol o f ( " ' a r k - t o n . M i c h i g a n . .-ngagement

will

Lievense, H o w a r d H o e k j e , and Ken

betrothals.

in

pro-

Harrison, sinu chair-

L i t e r a r y m e e t i n g w a s o p e n e d by

Lokker has been

local

Doris \ ander-

position

Sin;;

Berkel. who has a r r a n g e d the parts

k e n , J a c k i e B a a s , Bill H a k k e n , Bill

church

Bend,

the

for the Cosmo n u m b e r s .

and

unite

has

on

led. a c c o m p a n i e d

h a l l s of F r a t e r n a l a r e : M a r t y B e k -

h o r i s i - a -enior at Hope and has i

Friday,

man.

Van

bar I

Brince

South

of

Clint

Detroit,

(Ieorge was a sopho-

in

annual

gram.

John

. i o r e a . . . o p e l a s t y e a r a n d is now Aor..in-

O.K.K.

the

party

evening

and guests.

continue

been of

the

All-College

p a p e r e n t i t l e d " S t r a t i f i c a t i o n . " '1 h e

Brunswick

in t h e

meeting

the

B r a Hey ( i a r d e n s n e a r b y . Cupid

followed.

the

the first n u m b e r

fraternity. The seniors leaving the

who

vice-president,

Cosmopolitan

M a c a t a w a Y a c h t C l u b in t h e a f t e r -

h i s s".u lies t h e r e n e x t y e a r a n d . in uldilioii,

the

the

party

a

Stanley

will

Hietbrink,

opened

Bompton

and

Stan,

at

John

Lok-

John Hietbrink then read a serious

S l i n g e r l a n d , H o p e '11, f r o m R i v e r d a l e , . New

members and

s e l e c t e d a s c h a i r m a n of t h e s p r i n g

Septem-

will

'Siratifica+ion" Title of Hietbrink's Senior Paper

was sharp

prayer

Vanderhill. all!

The

hopes

M a y J'J. a n d t h e s o l e m n S w a n S o n g

Tappan,

not

by

Song.

humor.

which

of

of J u n e 2. F r a n k

I Benning. (leorgia. that's

of

year,

n e w o f f i c e r s will b e i n s t a l l e d a t t h e

some

include

informal

| R u t h will m a k e t h e i r h o m e at F o r t

No,

discussion

plans for next

i n g of t h e K m e r s o n i a n

concluded

remainder

calendar

noon a n d

Russell

Sibley,

A business meeting

make

Russell

Len

for

\anderMay.

Lieutenant

and

Waa,

was

i senior from Little Falls, New Jerj sey,

AI V a n d e

but s i n c e r e , m a s t e r c r i t i c ' s r e p o r t .

N e a r t h e e n d of J u n e will b e t h e

been s t u d y i n g seminary this

4

lain; Larry Beltman, student-coun-

14 a t s e v e n - t h i r t y o ' c l o c k .

t h e i r h o m e in S h e b o y g a n . nnarriaue

Al John

and

Hakken,

Timmer

vice-president;

Practice

Har-

will

Art

be:

for May

! m e r l y a s t u d e n t at M i c h i g a n S t a t e j college.

Waa.

will

literary p r o g r a m with a humorous,

W i s c o n s i n , will

bride

Vande

year

president;

world the

remarks

Broek,

The

lloumes,

Weenink,

the g r o u p a d j o u r n e d with the sing-

their

by

T h e o f f i c e r s of t h e next

per-

and

funny

for

business

their

For

Dalman,

very

impromptu

I m e l i n u . a l s o of S h e b o y u a n a n d f o r -

I Tatenhove,

on

today, future.

George

made

A f t e r a bit m o r e of a b r e a t h i n g spell,

the

term

cil r e p r e s e n t a t i v e ;

Jack Voemans read a paper written

Mr. and Mrs. O s t e r -

h a v e n will b e a t h o m e t h i s s u m m e r

j a

the

eve-

K l e i s , s e c r e t a r y ; Al B o r g m a n , c h a p -

s e m i n a r y '41.

Con-

and " T u l i p ' s Tally,"

PEOPLES STATE BANK College

the

s a m e n a m e , given by

May

queen and

review

of

on

Thursday

the o u t s t a n d i n g

Allan

of

in

was

first

for

Boynton's

pn-pared

spot

on

14. T h e e l e c t i o n of o f f i -

of t h e e v e n i n g .

Marty Bekken and How-

views

events

cers

in a

philosophies

serious

Kmersonian

ning, May

O s t e r h a v e n , H o p e 'MT a n d W e s t e r n

fol-

Stoppels and Florence h y k e m a and

were selected

b a s i s of t h e i r

by

group

Hoekje contributed

sonal

Kugene

the

Two

the

program.

1

hay

Nies. c h a i r m a n

The uirls

was

."{().

ard

these

led In

This

May

life took

to recover f r o m the

r u s h of

led

of

for the All-College Sing

s e n i o r , is b a r e l y g o i n g to h a v e t i m e

m e n c e s " m a r r i e d life with

to

Koine to

of

Na^y,

Snow

rehearsal

l a s t d a y s at H o p e b e f o r e s h e " c o m -

Ma\

of

in w h i c h t h e q u e e n

and

Klaaren.

activities, and scholarship.

Hope

in

S h o e C l o g K " w a s p r e s e n t e d by I r m a

M e t h o d of ( h o o > i n i : t^ueei\

Mr.

I»\ke.

the

was devotions

Kdith

ten.

tapers

Lsthe?

in

Margaret

field,

>ear.

I IMM<-

and

programs

windmilU.

the

lowed

place

Schouten

for

h o u s e - m a n a g e r ; D o n De F o u w , s e r -

Rapids.

will be in P r i n c e t o n , New J e r s e y , s e n i o r i w h e r e M r . O s t e r h a v e n will c o n t i n u e p a p e r e n t i t l e d , ".la. 'tis t h e h u t c h ; t h e g r a d u a t e s t u d i e s he h a s been in m e . " A v e r y a u t h e n t i c " W o o d e n I e n g a g e d in t h i s y e a r .

color-

which

a m p l e of

tin-

1 he

program

(Irand senior

ine

Si

clever

of

Kirk"

She

posters

Marjoiic

Ten f a t e a n d t h e n i n t r o -

wishes

Koopman.

b\

Kn^lish

The m o s t

^ u e s t s-o f - h o n o r Jack

Com-

Feature Sibs'

annua!

Wit I.

c a r d s and her court were chosen this w e r e h a n d p a i n t e d s b o w i n u a pic- y e a r , is s o m e t h i n g new on tin- c a m t u r e of a H a w a i i a n ^ i r l w i t h a p u s . F r o m t e n j u n i o r u i r l s . s e l e c t e d hv s t u d e n t v o t e . L e a n L i c h t y . 1 ' o r i s p a l m t r e e in t h e b a c k g r o u n d . J e a n e t t e K y l a a r s d a m . p r e s n l e i r . V a n d e r l l o r n h , p r e s i d e n t of v \ A L table.

uelcomed

the

t r e a s u r e r of

Mowers s c a t -

throughout

each

on

Ban

e t t e a n d Mascpie. a n d a s s e c r e t a r y -

is

for

tered on

and

the

D o r i s • in New ( i r e t n a . N e w J e r s e y , w h e r e I let t e s , w i t h tin- m u s i c a l back- I Mr. O s t e r h a v e n has a s u m m e r g r o u n d of a D u t c h I ' s a l m p l a y e d I ( - b a r g e . In t h e f a l l t h e i r r e s i d e n c e

h a s paintt-d.

c o n s i s t e d of h u ^ e p a l m s a n d m a n \ of

on

ducted a regular business meeting

m e e t i n g w a s n e l d on T h u r s d a y e v e -

Voorhees

1 ropics

llaar.

decorations

bomiuets

Council;

Vice p r e s i d e n t G e n e H o o v e r con-

H o p e college w h e n H e n r y Kik, 'V d r a w i n g t o a s u c c e s s f u l s e n i o r f r o m G r a n d R a p i d s , c o n c l u s i o n , t h e m e m b e r s of tiie F r a t e r n a l s o c i e t y held m a r c h e s d o w n t h e aisle of t h e t h e i r l a s t l i t e r a r y m e e t i n g of C o v e n a n t C h u r c h in M u s k e gon t w o h o u r s before Com- t h e y e a r in t h e F r a t e r H o u s e m e n c e m e n t e x e r c i s e s . T h e last W e d n e s d a y e v e n i n g . T h e b r i d e - t o - b e i s H e l e n A h l s t e d t , m e e t i n g w a s o p e n e d with a d a u g h t e r of M r . a n d M r s . H e r m a n w o r d of p r a y e r a n d h o p e exA. A h l s t e d t of M u s k e g o n . T h e p r e s s e d by Bill H a k k e n . In c o u p l e will m a k e t h e i r h o m e in t h e place of t h e s o n g s e r v i c e ,

. l e f t , i1 Luring the past year Q u e e n ' n i n g , Ma> i 1. w i t h W e n d y R a m e a u for the . K d i t h h a s s e r v e d on W A L . b e e n in c h a r g e .

)

On S a t u r a d y . Ma\ ( lub

Student

Smith

Council,

Josephine

W i t h t h e school y e a r r a p i d -

s e m i n a r y next fall.

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Infraction of Moral Law Results in War By Calvin I)e Vries The present war has brought events to such a pass that oui modern way of life, expressive 01 the ideals which have constituted western civilization for the past several centuries, needs but a small impetus to disappear and for some sort of a new world order to take its place. Some ascribe the course of events to the over-developmeni of science through which it has become an uncontrollable clanking monster; many maintain it is merely the prelude to a new world order, and still others hold it to be only part of a cycle caused by the unstable characteristics of human nature. There is, however, a deepei import to our condition, it goes without much argument that thest theories are superficial in t h a t tne> assume the course of human events to be fortuitous and void of any moral or divine element, i he present holocaust must essenuauy b^ the result of a basic fatal Haw ir. our pattern of living. The Church's Aiiiiude T h e o l o g i a n s n a v e c o n t r i b u t e d litt l e t o g e n e r a l u n a n i m i t y of o p i n i o i . a s t o t h e c a u s e of w a r , by suDuiitting that w a r results irom sin, anu then dolefully echoing that there-

ence is related to God in that he uses it in a corrective and redemp- Warren De Neve Is Van tive sense, enabling humankind to Vleck Tennis Champion » see the error of its ways. | In the final playoff last Friday, Current Events Offer Proof Warren De Neve, freshman from In an article in a recent issue of Rochester, N. Y. won the Van the Christian Century E. Stanley Jones submits a keen analysis of j Vleck Hall tennis tournament, takinternational i n f r a c t i o n of the | ing three s u c c e s s i v e sets from moral law and its inevitable result. Richard Hine, freshman from ChiFrance was the most m i l i t a r y cago. The scores for the three sets minded nation in 1919 at Ver- were 6-3, 6-4, 7-5. Previous to that sailles; but in the kickback she Hine had nosed out Paul Dame and was the first to go down under De Neve has eliminated Dave Saxmilitary power. In negotiations at ton. Each took his opponent in Washington before the war, the three successive sets. Three out of Dutch refused to give any quarter five sets were necessary for a win. to the Japanese wnich involved a For those who were eliminated in sharing of their East Indian terri- the first round a consolation tournatory; today Holland's whole East ment was held. Dan Fylstra, junior Indian empire is under Japanese from Little Falls, N. J. beaten by control. America refused to go into Hine in the initial round, defeated the League of Nations to help re- Gerrit Levey, 10-8, 6-2, 6-4, to gain construct Europe on the basis of justice; now we are drawn into a war to determine it on the basis of might. We have made money our God; now we must spend it like water, and still of no avail. Lng.and refused to settle the Indian question twenty years ago; now she can't settle it.

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If o n e r e m e m b e r s i h a . t h e o l o g i c a l t e r m s a r e most a n i b i g u o u s anu t h a t sin can r e f e r f r o u i u n p r o v o k e d international aggression to any small

incongruity

realm, then

in

the

natural

S t u d e n t s of L o y o l a u n i v e r s i t y of the South ( N e w Orleans) have quit

and

theological

tendencies

assertion

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are

this

danger-

o u s . T o o o f t e n in t h e p a s t t h e c h u r c h h a s been an apologist for a social o r d e r built about violence and

class

egoism;

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for

theo-

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that

the

church

itself

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kicking about examinations. T h e R e v . R. J e r o m e M u l l i n , S . J., g a v e his p h i l o s o p h y class a Ion? question for their They groaned.

examination.!

T h e n he t o l d t h e m to c o n s u l t their text books and notes, and to j use the library for reference. They felt better. T h e n h e s a i d , " H a n d in p a p e r s in t w o d a y s . " A C P

your

b e e n p a r t a n d p a r c e l of t h i s social o r d e r g i v i n g rise to war. F u r t h e r , a blanket t e r m such a s sin d o e s not c o m m i t o n e to a n y definite view point. One who gives s u p p o r t to such a n a s s e r t i o n finds

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Infraction of the Moral Law U l t i m a t e l y I b e l i e v e w a r t o be r e s u l t a n t f r o m c o m m u n a l a n d collective

infractions

of

the

of

so f o r t h . M a n is f r e e t o d i s r e g a r d t h e s e l a w s , b u t h e d o e s so a t h i s p e r i l . If o n e d i s r e g a r d s t h e n a t u r a l l a w of g r a v i t y by w a l k i n g o v e r a cliff, s e v e r e i n j u r y r e s u l t s . A n d this i n j u r y c a n n o t h e r e be ascribed t o d i v i n e j u d g m e n t ; f o r it h a s b e e n b r o u g h t on by o u r a r b i t r a r y d i s r e g a r d of t h e n a t u r a l l a w .

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SPORTS

hand.

An

exciting

field

day,

held

Calvin

Adrian and then along came BraithBaas

won

to

Wednesday, May 20, got mixed up

V a n D i s t r o u n c e d D e v e n of

waite.

College came

by

in a tennis match and left on the

a n d | wee end

default

of 7-0, winning but 21

s a w all h e w a n t e d t o s e e of P r a t t . games to the Dutch 83. Bob Van M o e r d y k e b e a t F e r g u s o n of H i l l s - Dis in the No. 1 position walked

in

d a l e in t h r e e s e t s a n d t h e n l o s t t o T h o m p s o n . Hoekje and T a p p a n got

K a l a m a z o o last T h u r s d a y and Friday, brought this year's MIAA

to t h e s e m i - f i n a l s b e f o r e b o w i n g to

s p o r t s p r o g r a m to a glorious end. T h e A l m a Scots, who have domi-

B r a i t h w a i t e and Soukop, and B a a s and Van Dis won a t h r e e set m a t c h

nated

the

f r o m Hillsdale before they faltered

a n d t h e r e b y a s s u r e d t h e m s e l v e s of

K a z o o t u r n e d t h e t a b l e s on A l m a in t h e golf t o u r n a m e n t a n d w o n by

through

Kuiper losing only two

games, while Bill Tappan settled down a f t e r the

first

7-5 set to

finish 6-1. Hoekje dropped three games to Scholten, and Jack Baas y e a r , e k e d o u t a 45Mi t o 4 4 ' ^ t r i - b e f o r e t h e A l b i o n p a i r of D r i n k - and Bill Moerdyke came through with love sets. u m p h o v e r K a z o o in t h e t r a c k m e e t w a t e r a n d D o h n . the

league

throughout

their second successive All-Sports trophy. Alma's record for the year is

first

a n a r r o w m a r g i n . If t h e H o p e t e a m had had a little more t o u r n a m e n t

in f o o t b a l l , b a s k e t b a l l , a n d

t r a c k ; s e c o n d in g o l f a n d t h i r d in

experience, t h e y would u n d o u b t e d l y h a v e finished t h i r d b u t a c o u p l e of

tennis.

bad

T h e t r a c k meet wasn't decided un-

rounds,

due

perience gave Hope had to

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