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Anchor Volume XLIV

H o p e College, H o l l a n d , Mich, June 8 , 1 ^ 3 2

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MARVIN KUIZENGA IS EDITOR H. Fairbanks Is Dr. T. P. Drumm J. MUILENBERG IS ELECTED OF THE 1932-'33 MILESTONE To Lead Senior Is Scheduled For PRES. OF STUDENT COUNCIL Class Next Year Sunday Service Chris Walvoord Sibs Hold Annual P. MARING. (i. R O T T S C H A E F E R H O P E W I L L CR A DU ATI- HI Results of First CALENDAR OF EVENTS AND E. W I E R D A SENIORS WEDNESDAY, Is The Business Olympic Day Fri. Election Range WILL ASSIST .June 8—Concert by Hope colJ U N E 15 Chapel Choir Manager of Book at Pine Lodge Bay Last Wednesday a number of The college career of HI Hope J u nlege's Within 23 Votes e J—Dorian Beach P a r t y (

On Monday n f t e r n o o n a t 'i o'clock the sophomores class held its election of officers f o r next year. Marvin Kruizenga w a s selected as editor f o r the 1982-1933 volume of " T h e Milestone." " M a r v " has had experience both as a r e p o r t e r and as a member of the editorial «tnff of his high school paper and is well fitted for the position. Christian Walvoord was chosen by the class to be the business mana g e r of "The Milestone." With these two capable men as editor and business m a n a g e r we look for a super-edition of "The Milestone" next s p r i n g Amid the c u s t o m a r y a t m o s p h e r e of silence and with folded hands and downcast eyes the members of the sophomore class proceeded to fill the remainder of the class o f f i c e s for next year. Henry Klienheksel w a s elected president. Mr. Klienheksel is a good s t u d e n t and has proved his ability in mort than one way Esther H a r r i s and Don Vanden Belt will r e p r e s e n t the sophomore class on the Student Council. T h e other o f f i c e r s elected w e n vice president, Marvin Luben; t r e a s u r e r s , Hilda Lanting, " M i k e " Van Leeuwen; s e c r e t a r y , Alice Clark. o

Chapel Choir To Give Concert Tonight At 8:00 MUCH PRACTICE ASS I K E S SUCCESS OF T H E THIRD ANNUAL RECITAL T h e chapel choir will give its annual concert tonight at M o'clock in the chapel. T h e choir was organized tin re y e a r s ago, and since t h a t time liaparticipated in most of the t-vent that have taken place in the chapel. The choir sings entirely without accompaniment, but Miss Kthel Leestma, who accompanies in reh e a r s a l , will play an o r g a n number. Miss Hazel P a a l m a n is soloist of the g r o u p . T h e p r o g i a m is as follows; " S i n g We All Now with One Accord," F r a e t o r i u s ; " C r e a t e in Me, O Cod," B r a h m s ; " T h e Holly and the Ivy," B a u g h t o n ; "In Mirth and Gladness," N i e d t ; "Blessing, Glory (Continued on page 3) o—

Lake Michigan Is Setting For the Knick Party

SIBS

AND GUKSTS INDULGE IN S P O R T S FOR T H K AFTKKNOON

Old man Sunshine came out in full splendor in honor of the Sibylline's Olympic Day on F r i d a y , J u n e so t h a t e v e r y t h i n g was " p a r " at Pine Lodge Hay for them and their " s p o r t i n g " guests. About 4 o'clock the " f a i r w a y " was opened to the c a r e f r e e couples, when they immediately entered into the Games. It was a case of: "Kenie meenie minie mo, 'Wanna tennis, golf, or r o w ? — aral >ome who were ambitious did all. T h e r e was also volley-ball, j t r ( n l u ^ ' canoeing, horse-shoe, and I" oh yes — ask Vern and Micky about the lake-front scenery! We discovered that Mary and J o h n n y (Continued on 1'agt- T h r e e )

Fraternal Gives Final Serenade of Year on Thurs. SOLO BY SKNIOR H. SCHADF. IS F E A T U R E O F T H E SERENADE

"Seniors-to-be," or "hope-to-be" responded to the call of President Wiegerink and assembled in the chapel basement to decide who would guide the destinies of the class of '.'W in its expiring y e a r as a Hope College class. A f t e r waiting the usual fifteen or twenty m i n u t e s

f o r the s t r a g g l e r s the meeting was s t a r t e d an-1 in spite of the protests of A. Norman and the h u m o r o u s s u g g e s t i o n s by (i. Wiegerink the officers were chosen with little ceremony and lots of speed. As president, Harold F a i r b a n k s was selected. This energetic young man is ;i product of tin- mentors of Holland high school, and though quiet and retiring in nature, is popular anions his fellow students, and lias promise of being a first r a t e skipper at the helm of the class of (to use a brand new expression) Music will be provided by ihe and to K<' on with the the story, we chapel choir under the direction «»! c;.n safely t r u s t t h a t the destinies (Continued i.n Cage T h r e e ) of the class, in these capable hands will be guided with s a f e t y toward the shores of prosperity.Preston Maring, of Muskegon, was chosen to fill the chair of vice(Continued on page 2)

Chemists Are the Guests at Home of Dr. & Mrs.Van Zyl

At 1.30 A.M., J u n e 4th, the P r a t e r s brought a bit of " P a r a d i s e " to us, Dormites, when we were awakened from a profound sleep by a MERLE RIGTERINK ELECTED crash of piano chords and a choir TO P R E S I D E N C Y FOR ol masculin voices singing "Come N E X T YEAR. All Vou Merry P r a t e r s . " This was followed by numerous other popuThe Chemistry Club held its final lar selections anions which was meeting of the year at the home of " P a r a d i s e . " P r a t e r Shade ^ave his Dr. V an Zyl last Tuesday evening. f vorite, " P a g a n Love Song," and R a t h e r than delving deep into the somewhere from the third floor wonders of chemistry proper on came lh»- words, "Oh Honey," but such a beautiful evening, the felas yet we have been unable to lows delved into the wonders and discover which one of our number intricacies of g a m e s of shuffleboard had so fondly breathed them. (Oh, and croquet. Dr. Kleinheksel p r o v f d y«-.1, she lives on the third floor but to be the champion a t the shuffle and it wasn't c a r d s either. we don't think she was responsible L a t e r in the evening Mrs. Van tor them.) P r a t e r Muilenberg then Zyl served a very delicious lunchrendered several trombone solos 1 and was introduced as the new Fra-1 eon which the club moved Would be ter - president ( C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s , ' acceptable at all of their succeedJ o h n n y ! ) Singing: "Oood Night, | ing meetings. Several improintu S w e e t h e a r t , " this f r a t e r n i t y which speeches were in order, each class had b r i g h t e m d many of our d r e a m y being represented by two of its hours during the year by their members. Winstrom and Visscher gave their impressions as Sophohearty singing, withdrew. more members. The J u n i o r class, represented by Wiggerink and RigSenior ( n i l s Lead Y.W. terink, g a v e their g o o d - b y e s ' a n d Meeting on Subject of best wishes to the Seniors. And the Faces ol* J a n u s finally, Ellerbroek and Voskuil, a j

The Senior girls took entire c h a r g e of the V. W. meeting of last week. The song service was led by Iva Klerk with Mildred Schuppert accompanying at the piano. Geneva Dogger as the leader of the meetW I L D T R E A S U R E H U N T IS A ing led the devotions and Bernice Mollema sang " E v e n i n g P r a y e r . " FEATURE OF THE The leader then introduced the EVENING. different speakers each of which T h e mist lifted slowly f r o m the represented one of the faces of the s h o r e s of L a k e Michigan T h u r s d a y ancient Greek goddess, J a n u s . a f t e r n o o n and the latest comers to Edith Drescher's topic was "In the the Knickerbocker beach p a r t y saw Balance," advising ihe m e m b e r s to a baseball g a m e in p r o g r e s s in even up their different s p h e r e s of f r o n t of H e r b Marsilje's c o t t a g e . activity. Ruth Van Dyke told of As the sun gradually became "Looking Down Two Roads" in s t r o n g e r , a few aquatic e n t h u s i a s t s m a k i n g decisions — t h a t of temdodged the icebergs in the inclem- p o r a r y happiness and the road of ent water and with teeth c h a t t e r i n g p e r m a n e n t benefit, s t r e s s i n g the t r i e d to entice the rest of the g r e a t e r importance of the l a t t e r crowd into the lake. The blood be- choice. "A P a t h of Service" deg a n to ebb and flow again as a scribed by Lorena Hollebrands cheery s u p p e r was served in the showed the value and t r u e happic o t t a g e and, a p p e t i t e s being satis- ness which comes f r o m serving. (Continued on P a g e 3) (Continued on Page 3)

seniors is rapidly d r a w i n g to a close with c o m m e n c e n u n t week a t hand. The program of this last eventful week will begin Sunday evening, J u n e 12, with Ihe annual b a c c a l a u r e a t e service in the Dimnent Memorial chnpel. The b a c c a l a m e a t e seimon for Ihe du.s.s of 19."2 \Niil be pleached by the liev. T. Po: tei Di unun, D.D., pastor of the Nm ! h liel ormed church of N e w i n k . N. J . He is a g r a d u a t e of kinder-, university. Although Dr. Drumm is a s t r a n ger in the Mid He West, the fact t h a t he is a very i b- e friend of Dr. Paul H a n i on, missi mary to Arabia and leader of our I'rayer Week of two yr.ijh ago, make - , us very t a g e i at the prospect ol" hearing him and a - rr. f.u him a warm welcome here.

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Emersonians Surprise Dorm With Serenade

H.Paalman Gives Post Graduate Recital Monday

J u n e 10—Sorosis P a r t y J u n e I I — O r g a n recital by Mr. Richard Niessink J u n e 12- Faculty Recital, 4:0() P.M. College Baccalaureate Service, 7:.'{() P.M. Holland High School Baccal a u r e a t e Service, 2-3 P.M. J u n e 1."--Hope High School Commencement in W i n a n t ' s Chapel, H:(»() P.M. J u n e 14 —Alumni Association Banquet J u n e 15—Annual Commencement in College Chapel, 7:.'JO P.M. J u n e 1G—Holland High School Commencement in College ( hapel

Eleven Members Are Initiated In Blue Key on Sat. H E R B E R T M A R S I L J E IS TO I EAI> H O P E C H A P T E R N E X T YEAR.

RUDOLPH M ; HOLS \SSlSTS Eleven new members who will WITH T H R i : i : MOLLS c a r r y on the work of the Hope SELECTIONS c h a p t e r of Blue Key national honor f r a t e r n i t y were initiated a t the inMiss Hazel P a a l m a n , l o n l r a l t o , stallation banquet a t the W a r m gave a very lim p o s t - g r a d u a t e voFriend T a v e r n S a t u r d a y evening. cal lecital in the chapel on Monday ^ O. Vander Velde, an a l u m n u s evening She wa a- i.-ted by Mr. of the college, look the pledge as Rudolph N'ichol . vioiini-l. They an honorary member f r o m the weie accompanied by Mi . W. Cur alumni j'roup. tis Snow. Herbert Marsilje was named Miss I ' a a l m a n ' In 1 ;?r ii'|. . ..npresident of Blue Key at the elecM;"ted of four (it i iiKtll oiq-s. These t i o n of officers following the banwere followed by T^chailvov."ky's quet and p r o g r a m S a t u r d a y . O t h e r "Farewell Ye Muiiaiaia ." l h i s olfieials chosen by the f r a t e r n i t y a very d i f f i c u l t number, but well were (lerald Kottschafer, vicesuiled to Miss Paalman'.^ \oi. e and president; Irving Decker, secreexcellent Iy render, d by her. Ulber t a r y : .lames Wiegerink, t r e a s u r e r , fa Vol ed number.- of the evening and Don / w e m e r , s a r g e a n t - a t were Mozart's " A l l e l u j a , " tin- wellarms. knovvn "Woi hip of Cod m NaCeorge Painter, president of the ture," by Beethoven, and ' Hi U a g r o u p that founded the c h a p t e r of Der-pised' f r o m the "Me.-• iah. Blue Key at Hope college this year, Mr. Nichols appeared in three presided a s t o a s t m a s t e r at the bannumbers: "Legende," by \\ ieniquet. P r a y e r was offered by Roger sia, and " O b e r t a <»," al-o by \\ ieniVoskuil. owski; "Conzonetta," by d'AmbroP a i n t e r had c h a r g e of adminisow>ki. T h i s last number wa estering the pledge of Blue Key to pecially o u t s t a n d i n g and won for (Continued on I'uye .i) him much applause.

Milestones Will Be Out on Friday Afternoon, June 10 BOOK IS R E P O R T E D TO BE IN FORM O F P H O T O C R A P H ALBUM.

The Milstane staff t a k e s this opportunity of saying a few words about the year-book as it has been O R C H E S T R A B R I N G S A GOOD planned f o r this year. H A N D C L A P FROM In a n s w e r to r e c u r r e n t queries INMATES concerning the date on which it will be available, they wish to s t a t e t h a t It wasn't long a f t e r pulling up copies will be distributed at the colthe covers last night before sliplege office on the a f t e r n o o n of Fripers were s h u f f l i n g along the halls day, J u n e 10. on their way to the court windows The Milestone will r e p r e s e n t a —and in a h u r r y , too! S t r a i n s of d e p a r t u r e f r o m the c u s t o m a r y pub" E m e r s o n T r u e " poured forth from lications of other years. Instead of the group, f o r t y strong. No foolfollowing closely and slavishly in ing, one o f the seniors h a s acthe f o o t s t e p s of f o r m e r staffs, those quired the Oxford accent here in responsible f o r the present publicaHolland. At least, so it was in an- tion were faced with the problem nouncing the "Orrible A r m o n - of producing a book in s o m e w h a t izers." smaller compass and necessarily "Snuggled on Your Shoulder," altered in content. Financial s t r i n (Continued on P a g e 4) (Continued on p a g e 2)

S t u d e n t Volunteers Review Successful Season of Activities The Student Volunteers at their meeting on Friday elected officers for next year. The results are as follows: Marion Boot, President L a u r a Guigelaar," Vice-President Ella Boschker, Secretary Ethel Bool, T r e a s u r e r . The s e c r e t a r y - t r e a s u r e r made a report of the y e a r ' s activities. Out of a total of t h i r t y m e e t i n g s fourteen were addressed by outside speakers, fourteen by student s p e a k e r s and two by faculty m e m bers. Ten deputation t e a m s w e r e sent out. The women have c a r r i e d on f o r the most p a r t this very r e p resentative work of the c a m p u s and the Kingdom. Hope, where are your men ? Besides being generously represented at the two Michigan S t a t e R e t r e a t s of .Student Volunteers t h i s p a s t year, Hope was r e p r e s e n t e d by f o u r delegates to the N a t i o n a l Quadrennial Conference of S t u d e n t Volunteers held a t Buffalo.

According to the new ruling of the 1931-1982 Student Council by which the president of the council is to be elected by a m a j o r i t y of student votes on Monday morning, John Muilenberg was elected president of the Student Council f o r the conting year. F o r m e r l y the president of t h e senior class, newly elected in J u n e , a u t o m a t i c a l l y became council president f o r t h e ensuing y e a r , but both f a c u l t y a n d council decided t h a t inasmuch as Hope a t t e m p t s to conduct a democratic f o r m of s t u d e n t g o v e r n m e n t the choice of a s t u d e n t p r e s i d e n t should lie with the e n t i r e s t u d e n t body r a t h e r than with a single class. The r e g u l a r election, as s t a t e d , took place a t the beginning of chapel services on F r i d a y morning, J u n e 3, conducted by George P a i n ter, the r e t i r i n g council p r e s i d e n t . Those on this original ballot w e r e John Muilenberg, H e r b e r t M a r s i l j e and J a m e s Van Vessem. T h e t h r e e candidates received votes which ranged in a d i f f e r e n c e of 23 votes. A m a j o r i t y of the votes w a s received by no one of the candidates, so t h a t it w a s decided to automatically drop the one receiving the fewest votes and to hold an (Continued on P a g e T h r e e ) —o

Addisons Spend Outing At Port Sheldon Monday P R O F . A N D MRS. T. W E L M E R S ARE T H E GUESTS OF HONOR The Addison beach p a r t y was successful iiL every r e s p e c t — a perfect evening, perfect fun and good sports. Port Sheldon beach re-echoed with s h o u t s of unrestrained laughter and g a i e t y . The s p o r t s and s w i m m i n g provided f u n f o r t h o s e so inclined, while everyone testified to the unusual good food supplied by the committee in c h a r g e . Prof, and Mrs. Welmers w e r e the guests of honor. P r o f . Welmers is a l m o s t as adept as his spouse in the a r t of cooking hamburgers.

A.D.D. Girls Hold Annual Election Sat. At Cottage A.

VAN P E U R S E M I S P R E S I DENT, VIVIAN B E H R M A N , SECRETARY

A n o t h e r one of the n u m e r o u s beach p a r t i e s of the p a s t week was t h a t of t h e A.D.D. girls, held a t J e a n B o s m a n ' s c o t t a g e on S a t u r day evening. One would n a t u r a l l y expect a n y o n e a s athletically minded as t h e A. D. D. girls to e n j o y a good swim, and then have a r a v e n ous a p p e t i t e a f t e r w a r d s . T h e l a r g e q u a n t i t y of h a m b u r g s a n d p o t a t o chips consumed would seem to att e s t to t h i s f a c t . A f t e r t h e supper, the m e m b e r s elected t h e i r officers and new m e m bers f o r n e x t year. The new m e m bers c a c h y e a r consist of one f r e s h m a n girl chosen f r o m each society. Those chosen f o r n e x t y e a r a r e :

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HOPE COLLEGE ANCHOR

HOPE

COLLEGE ANCHOR

E n t e r e d a t t h e P o s t Office a t H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n , BB Second ClanB M a t t e r . Accepted f o r mailinK a t special r a l e of poHtaKe p r o v i d e d for In Section 1103 of Act of ConnreHH, October 3, 1917. A u t h o r i z e d O c t o b e r 19. 1918.

STAFF Editor J o a n Walvoord A s s i s t a n t Editor Preston Van Kolken Head R e p o r t e r G e r t r u d e Holleman Sports Editors Irving Decker, E a r l e Vander Poel Humor Jack De Witt, Louis D a m s t r a Sororities Bernice Mollema Fraternities Mark Brouwer Campus News Helen Peion R e p o r t e r s ; Marie Verduin, J e a n Bosman, Christian Walvoord, Lois De Pree, Lynn Sabo, Sherwood Price, M a r g a r e t Rottschaefer, Beatrice Visser, F r a n k Visscher, Hilda Lanting, Marion Working, Preston Luidens, Alice Clark, J a m e s N e t t i n g a , Bill Heyns, Annette Witanek, J a m e s Van Vessem, Victor Turdo. Mildred S c h u p p e r t and Roger Voskuil, M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n , Albert Holland.

BUSINESS STAFF Business M a n a g e r

E di t h De Young

Assistant

L. Beach

Advertising M a n a g e r Assistants

Vivian Behrmann A. M i s t r e t t a , A. Van Oostenbrugge, S. Sterken

AU REVOIR, S E N I O R S the

l i f e of t h e

S e n i o r s w h o will leave t h i s i n s t i t u t i o n n e x t w e e k .

A n o t h e r c h a p t e r will soon be

closed

in

Their stay

as active m e m b e r s of the Oroncje and Bine will be ended but t h r o u g h o u t t h e i r l i f e t h e t a g of H o p e A l u m n i w i l l b e a t t a c h e d to t h e i r n a m e s .

W h a t e v e r they do and w h e r e v e r they go this

s i g n , H o p e A l u m n u s , w i l l a l w a y s b e t h e s i g n a l l i g h t of t h e i r true character.

They a r e Hope College g r a d u a t e s .

T h e y will

b e a b l e t o s h o w a d i p l o m a — o n e all r o l l e d u p a n d w i t h a r i b bon a r o u n d

it.

H o w e v e r , they'll be a b l e to s h o w a n o t h e r —

b u t t h i s o n e c a n n o t b e f r a m e d , n o r h a s it a r i b b o n a r o u n d i t . T h e n a m e of t h i s d i p l o m a

is E a r n e d A b i l i t y , a n d t h e y ' l l b e

a b l e to s h o w t h i s d i p l o m a a n y w h e r e a n d g e t a j o b w i t h it. M a n y of t h e S e n i o r s w h o l e a v e u s a r e d o u b t f u l a s t o t h e i r work for the coming year.

S o m e will c o n t i n u e t h e i r college

or university education while others a r e d e p e n d i n g on some k i n d of a j o b s o t h a t t h e y m a y s e t t l e d o w n .

W e w i s h all t h o s e

w h o g r a d u a t e t h e b e s t of l u c k a n d s u c c e s s in w h a t e v e r t h e y e n d e a v o r . J u s t r e m e m b e r t h a t e v e n t h o u g h y o u m a y b e a coll e g e g r a d u a t e it is n o d i s g r a c e t o d o m a n l y l a b o r . E v e r y o n e i s n ' t f i t t e d f o r t h e t o p h o l e in t h e r a c k .

A s l o n g a s y o u feel

Alethea The p r o g r a m of the Alethea society on F r i d a y evening followed the outline of a book entitled " T h e Rose and Blue Window." The meeting opened with songs led by Alet he a n Ayers. Alethean V a n d e r b e r g presided over the business meeting. T h e book was dedicated to the seniors of Alethean and devotions were conducted by Alethean Ethel Boot. Alethean Den Uyl gave the p r e f a c e : Aletheas past, present and f u t u r e . A review of the past week's news was given by Alethean Van der Zalm. C h a p t e r I read by Alet he a n Ethel Boot was dedicated to the life of the Spanish artist, Velasquez. C h a p t e r II was a piano solo played by Alethean Schuppert. C h a p t e r 111 called "Thalia," w a s a h u m o r p a p e r by Alethean Ayers. C h a p t e r IV was "Dionysus," a oneact comedy given by Aletheans Mollema (the g i r l ) . Van der Zalm (Dr. Vance), and Ayers (Dr. Taylor). Aletheans all participated in r e f r e s h m e n t s served by Alethean Mollema, and meanwhile the back of the book was reserved and used f o r senior s i g n a t u r e s . The last regular meeting to be held in the society room this year was closed with the Alethean and Hope songs. The next m e e t i n g will be held on the beach.

Dorian F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n the Dorians drove out to Marion P o s t m a ' s cott a g e at Lake Michigan for a jolly, good, time. A f t e r having packs of f u n s w i m m i n g and lolling around the beach, a delectable picnic supper was enjoyed by all. At sunset the meeting was called to order around the blazing campfire. F i r s t of all, the business was attended to. Final plans for the beach p a r t y , to be held at Dorian Shaw's c o t t a g e tomorrow ( T h u r s day, J u n e 9), were completed. Then elections were made. Our president f o r the coming semester will be C a t h e r i n e N e t t i n g a , while the duties of vice president will be carried out by Vivian Behrmann. The position of s e c r e t a r y will be filled by G e r t r u d e Beltman, and t h a t of t r e a s u r e r by Ma r j or i e A t w a t e r . M a r g a r e t Robinson is keeper of archives, and C a t h e r i n e De J o n g h is sergeant-at-arms. Before the meeting was adjourned, the society was entertained by the a t t e m p t s of the new girls in the field of poetry.

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Addison On F r i d a y evening, J u n e 3rd, President T a r r a n t called to order the last m e e t i n g of the year, which, a f t e r a " p e p p y " song service led by Mr. Gerald H e e r s m a as chorister and Mr. J o h n D. Cotts as pianist, took the form of a business meeting. The following officers were elected f o r the coming t e r m : President, Mr. J o h n D. C o t t s ; Vice-President, Mr. Gerald H e e r s m a ; Secretary, Mr. F r a n k l i n S. Deitz; T r e a s u r e r , Mr. Abdul Aradi; and Keeper of Archives, Mr. H e n r y Englesman. o

Cosmopolitan On T h u r s d a y evening the Cosmopolitans assembled at Cosmos Hall a t 5:00 o'clock f o r the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. The results were as follows: President, J a m e s Moran Vice-Pres., Harold F a i r b a n k s Secretary, Robert Kruizenga Senior Member of the House Committee, Jim Wiegerink House M a n a g e r , previously elected, Don Koeppe Chorister, Eikie Meyer J a n i t o r , Carlyle Neckers A f t e r the elections the annual s t a g beach p a r t y to which a number of High School Seniors had been invited, was held at D a m s t r a ' s cottage. Following the good s u p p e r a short p r o g r a m and several g a m e s wound up the last meeting of the year. The Senior members wore a r a t h e r sad expression at times for they realized t h a t it was t h e i r last g a t h e r i n g with their fellow members. o

Emersonian Last F r i d a y night was the evening of the last Emersonian meeting of the school year to be held in the E m e r s o n i a n hall. P l a n s are under way for .an overnight s t a g to be held next S a t u r d a y at the luxurious s u m m e r e s t a t e of Wilbur Ensfield, near Allegan County Park on Lake Michigan. At this m e e t i n g the officers to preside over Emersonian d u r i n g the coming fall term will be selected. This annual event is^always heralded with enthusiasm by the boys and with Harvey Hoffman as c h a i r m a n of the p r o g r a m

| F r a t e r s living in t h e house played the rest of the F r a t e r s in a g a m e of Indoor. In d e f e r e n c e to t h e F r a t e r s at the house t h e final score will not be mentioned. A f t e r all the excitement everybody was ready to do justice to t h e excellent supper which Mrs. Albers provided. A f t e r s u p p e r the c e n t e r of a m u s e ment was a pickup g a m e and umpire F r a t e r Scholten. He became so heated while holding that s t r e n u o u s post t h a t the F r a t e r s gave him a chance to cool off in Lake Michigan. F r a t e r Van der Naald began the r e g u l a r p r o g r a m by officiating as chorister. All r e q u e s t s f o r solos were vigorously opposed by him. F r a t e r Van Leeuwen reviewed the life and a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s of P a s t e u r . He g a v e a number of int e r e s t i n g t r a i t s and doings of t h a t f a m o u s man and in so doing captivated his audience. Both F r a t e r Walvoord and F r a t e r Nichols gave t h e i r "Philosophy of Life." The s i n c e r i t y and c a r e f u l thinking of both of these men was very o u t s t a n d i n g in their respective papers. Their ideas were practical and yet their ideals were high. The h u m o r o u s touch of the evening was supplied by F r a t e r Klomparens. His p a p e r contained a g r e a t deal more than his title which was simply " N o t h i n g . " The F r a t e r elections were run off and the men chosen to begin the next year a r e : F r a t e r Muilenberg, President F r a t e r G. R o t t s c h a e f e r , Vice President F r a t e r Decker, S e c r e t a r y F r a t e r Scholten, T r e a s u r e r F r a t e r Te Roller, J a n i t o r F r a t e r K o r s t a n j e , Asst. J a n i t o r A f t e r election the f r a t e r s went to the beach w h e r e each d e p a r t i n g Senior F r a t e r s a n g his Swan Song. In the "wee s m a ' h o u r s " the Fraters all a p p e a r e d at Voorhees and awoke the fair co-eds with song. H. F A I R B A N K S IS TO L E A D S E N I O R C L A S S N E X T YEAR

CHEMISTS ARE T H E GUESTS AT HOME OF DR. & MRS. VAN Z Y L E (Continued f r o m P a g e One.) r e t i r i n g seniors, g a v e their adieus, telling s o m e t h i n g of w h a t they expected to do and e x p r e s s i n g t h e i r appreciation f o r the privilege of w o r k i n g u n d e r such men as Dr. Kleinheksel and Dr. Van Zyl in the Chemistry department, Dr, Van Zyl then g a v e a very int e r e s t i n g review of the men who had gone into C h e m i s t r y f r o m Hope College and his hopes f o r the future. Elections f o r the coming year were then held and R o g e r Voskuil, the r e t i r i n g president, handed over the chair to Merle Rigterink who will head the club d u r i n g the next t e r m . The o t h e r officers elected a r e : Vice-president, J a m e s Wiegerink; Secretary-treasurer, Leon Winstrom.

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Evelyn Wierda was elected to y o u r s e l f s u c c e s s f u l , t h e n you should be satisfied. A c h i e v e to t a k e the m i n u t e s of the class durt h e l i m i t of y o u r q u a l i f i c a t i o n s . S o , S e n i o r s , d o n ' t b e d i s ing its last year. Evelyn's home c o u r a g e d if y o u d o n ' t l a n d t h e j o b f o r w h i c h y o u ' v e b e e n address is Zanesville, Wisconsin, yearning. M a y b e it w a s n ' t m e a n t f o r y o u . D o y o u r b e s t i n committee this year's " e x p e d i t i o n " but we believe she is still a Holthat with which you are trusted. should be bigger and better than lander at he a r t . Gerald R o t t s c h a e f e r of the wide A s t h e c l a s s of ' 8 2 l e a v e s u s w e t h i n k of t h e t h i n g s t h a t ever, providing Veldman doesn't open spaces of Rock Valley, Iowa, bring his " a r k " along a ga i n and t h e y so willingly h a v e d o n e f o r d e a r old H o p e d u r i n g t h e i r run it into a n o t h e r deep ditch was selected to handle the finances f o u r - y e a r residence. W e a r e s u r e t h a t H o p e h a s a w a r m spot f o r t y - n i n e miles from nowhere, in of the class. This election was the in t h e h e a r t s of t h o s e S e n i o r s w h o h a v e s e r v e d h e r s o d e a r l y . the "wee s m a ' h o u r s " of the morn- most exciting because " C u r l y " WieI n all f i e l d s of a c t i v i t y h a v e t h e m e m b e r s of t h e c l a s s of ' 3 2 gerink insisted t h a t he should be ing. t excelled. H o p e a p p r e c i a t e s a n d is p r o u d of t h e s e m e n a n d The p r o g r a m of last F r i d a y was r e a s u r e r and wanted to n o m i n a t e Sorosis a r a t h e r anonymous affair. Harold himself until he was emphatically women. Gladly, yet sorrowfully, she g r a d u a t e s them. H a p p y Ringenolder headed the bill with a told t h a t a t h i n g like t h a t " j u s t b e c a u s e of t h e i r s u c c e s s , b u t s a d b e c a u s e of t h e " f i n e s t u f f " Sorosis held its last r e g u l a r p a p e r on the much discussed and wasn't being done." w h i c h s h e is c o m p e l l e d t o l o s e . meeting for this year on last week As r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s to the sturediscussed question " A m e r i c a FacG r a d u a t e s of 1 9 3 2 , H o p e g o e s w i t h y o u i n t h e y e a r s t o Friday at the Arendshorst c o t t a g e ing a Crisis." dent council the class selected Alma come. Y o u r s u c c e s s m e a n s h e r s u c c e s s a n d y o u r j o y s , h e r at Eagle Crest park, Hilda L a n t i n g L e s t e r Ellerbroek proved to us Cook of Holland, and Merle Rigwas in c h a r g e of t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . t h a t his mind does not run only in terink of Overisel, Michigan — j o y s . T h i n k of u s a l i t t l e a f t e r y o u h a v e g o n e a n d r e m e m b e r A f t e r most of the girls had enjoyed where men are men and women are t h a t a h e a r t y w e l c o m e w i l l a l w a y s a w a i t y o u w h e n y o u c o m e a r e f r e s h i n g swim, thirty-seven scientific c h a n n e l s by e x p o s t u l a t i n g glad of it. on " T h e Slave T r a d e . " b a c k t o v i s i t t h e h o m e of y o u r c o l l e g e d a y s . h u n g r y m o u t h s were fed by the Contrary to f o r m e r y e a r s the The h u m o r of the evening was food committee with Marie VerSenior class p r e s i d e n t will not head furnished by the redoubtable John duin in c h a i g e . the Student Council, and the class, Wyma, and believe it or not, M I L E S T O N E S WILL society pictures round out the book. The main business of the evening W y m a ' s f u n n y bone is lots bigger as a result will be a more s e p a r a t e d BE O U T ON FRIDAY The Milestone will be in the form consisted of electing officers f o r the unit from this governing body. than the o r d i n a r y models. A F T E R N O O N . J U N E 10 of a p h o t o g r a p h album. The cover fall term. A f t e r a very animated, The music was furnished f o r the This a r r a n g e m e n t has been made (Continued from P a g e One) selected is a suede-finished, hard, lengthy election, during which all last t i m e by the orchestra and when f o r the b e t t e r m e n t of both bodies, the nominees were thoroughly g n a t - the boys under the skilful m a n a g e - and will give each a chance to exblack board with silver lettering. gency dictated that considerable bitten, the following were elected: ment of De Cook broke into the pand in its activities, for which reaThroughout the book a scheme of care be used, and the pride and Grace Hudson, president; Arloa s t r a i n s of "Auld Lang S y n e " m a n y son, and because of the result of black and silver is used. It is spirit of the start" spurred them on Van Peursem, vice-president; Eve- an eye filled with t e a r s at the the election the class of '33 looks hoped t h a t the changes m a d e from to g r e a t e r efforts and new ref o r m e r y e a r s will be welcomed by lyn Van Bree, s e c r e t a r y ; and J o a n t h o u g h t t h a t never again would the f o r w a r d to a prosperous and happy sources of ingenuity under the final year, the s t u d e n t body. The staff feels Walvoord, t r e a s u r e r , Marie Verduin s t r a i n s of t h a t same o r c h e s t r a fill supervision of the editor, Harri was elected to serve with the presour h e a r t s with music as we s a n g that it h a s chosen the most satisZegerius and the business manfactory policy and believes t h a t this ident a s r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s to the Pan- along to the h a r m o n y produced by NOTICE! ager, H e r b e r t Marsilje. Milestone will not fall into the Hellenic League. Jewel Winslow our d e a r Emersonian 'Orrith 'ArAll Crew Memben), S u p e r v i s o r s The custom of having in the book shadow of similar publications. It and J e a n H e r m a n were chosen as monizers, I eam C a p t a i n s and Student sub s e r g e a n t s a t a r m s , and Isabel Van o " individual pictures of every student is r e f r e s h i n g , compact and beautis e n p t i o n salespeople who wish t< of the college and high school h a s ful — a worthy reward f o r their Ark and M a r g a r e t S t r y k e r drew the Fraternal » avail themselves of the o p p o r t u n i t ) and a pleasing memento of position of j a n i t o r s . f o r f r e e s c h o l a r s h i p s made possibit been abandoned. The f a c u l t y and efforts the y e a r . t h r o u g h the c o u r t e s y of t h e Lead By the time all these offices had seniors r e t a i n t h e i r privilege. New L a s t T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n and ing Magazine P u b l i s h e r ' s a g a i r Here's how to g e t one: Go to the and c h a r m i n g views of the c a m p u s college office on F r i d a y morning, been filled, t h e evening was quite evening the F r a t e r s met f o r t h e i r this y e a r a r e r e que st e d t o apply to constitute a section, while athletics, J u n e 10, and sign f o r it. T h e y a r e f a r spent, so a f t e r the final singing last r e g u l a r meeting. A t the invita- t h e national o r g a n i z e r . M. A n t h o n j general activities, sn ap sh o ts, and f r e e - to all those who have paid of the Sorosis Songs the meeting tion of F r a t e r Albers, it was held Steele, J r n box 244, San J u a n , Por their t u i t i o n and blanket fee. adjourned. t o Rico, s t a t i n g qualifications fully at his cottage. In the a f t e r n o o n the

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(Continued f r o m F i r s t Page) — 1— could play a m i g h t y i n t e r e s t i n g T h e A l b a n y c h a p t e r of t h e H o p e Bernice M o l l e m a ' s topic was " E a c h fied, h o n o r a w a r d s in t h e f o r m of " l o v e " set a t t e n n i s , a n d did we College A l u m n i a s s o c i a t i o n held a and A l l " a n d she i m p r e s s i v e l y gold k e y s w e r e p r e s e n t e d to t h r e e KNICK SERENADE P R O V E S P R E S E N T A T I O N IS U N D E R m e n t i o n t h a t Linden- beat Lucy's D e c o r a t i o n D a y picnic at T h a t c h e r s t a t e d t h e influence of t h e lives of s e n i o r s , G e o r g e P a i n t e r , " W a d d y " DIRECTION OF MYRA O U T S T A N D I N G FOR P A S T g a m e in c r o q u e t ? park, near Albany. each of us upon t h e o t h e r . "Social S p o e l s t r a and Roy Mooi by H a r o l d TRN CATE YEAR At 7:15 a delicious s p o r t dinner, P o s s i b i l i t i e s " by R u b y Aiken inBesides t h e m a n y f r i e n d s and De W i n d t , the s e c r e t a r y of t h e with coif clubs and all, w a s served cluded a g r e a t e r e s t i m a t i o n of som e m b e r s of f a m i l i e s , t h e H o p e i t e s T h e A t t i c P l a y e r s , Holland s newly devised m e r i t s y s t e m . ' I h r e e s h o t s fired in rapid succesin t h e L o d g e d i n i n g - r o o m to t h e cial w e l f a r e w o r k a s a m e a n s of present were Agnes Staplekamp n e w e s t d r a m a t i c club, p r e s e n t e d f o r H e r b M a r s i l j e lost his last f r i e n d sion s h a t t e r e d t h e p e a c e f u l silence s o f t c r o o n i n g of W a y n e King's or- c a r r y i n g out t h e " C " p a r t of our Blekkink, Rev. Victor B l e k k i n k , a s t h e r e s u l t of t h e wild t r e a s u r e a r o u n d Voorhees a t 12:15 on May t h e i r f i r s t public p e r f o r m a n c e " T h e c h e s t r a . P r e s i d e n t Velda Blair welRev. William B r u i n s , Rev. William name. The final s p e a k e r , M a r t h a i h u n t which he had plotted and 31st and ( w e w e r e g o i n g to say — Ivory Door," by A. A. Milne, a le- comed t h e g u e s t s in h e r own " B e a u V a n d e n b e r g g a v e her idea of "V.W. Buitendorp, Rev. Henry Burgwhich s e n t the p a r t y t h r o u g h woods and s e n t t h e i n m a t e s of t h e Hall gend in a p r o l o g u e and t h r e e acts. t i f u l " way, and then proceeded to L i f e " a s it is most beneficial. She and w a t e r in a mad s c r a m b l e f o r g r a a f f , Rutli H a r d i e B u r g g r a a f f , d e e p e r u n d e r t h e i r b l a n k e t s and pil- The W o m a n ' s L i t e r a r y club was call f o r t h e " m u c h d e m a n d e d " exg a v e a s i t s m a i n objective t h e de- t h e hidden, or r a t h e r s u n k e n , t r e a s Rev. C o r n e l i u s Dykhuizen, Roxie lows — but V o o r h e e s i t e s a r e known crowded to c a p a c i t y , s h o w i n g the p l a n a t i o n f r o m f o u r s t r a g g l e r s who v e l o p m e n t of t h e " s p i r i t u a l side of H a l d a n e , Rev. William H e y d o r n , f o r t h e i r a d v e n t u r o u s and f e a r l e s s c o m m u n i t y ' s a p p r o v a l and s u p p o r t had f o u n d t h e middle of t h e lake t h e t r i a n g l e . The m e e t i n g was ure. A f t e r f a i t h f u l l y g r u b b i n g in Mrs. H. 0 . H o s p e r s , Rev. H. U. s p i r i t ) so s i x t y p a i r s of feet g r o p e d of t h i s new m o v e m e n t . m o r e e n t i c i n g t h a n t h e first course closed with t h e V. W. s o n g and t h e s a n d f o r hours, S h e r w o o d P r i c e H o s p e r s , Rev. F r a n c i s I h r m a n , f o r bedroom s l i p p e r s and rushed to T h e c a s t of c h a r a c t e r s w a s comand M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n w e r e j u s t l y of d i n n e r . H o w e v e r , t w o of t h e m benediction. Glenna W a o n I h r m a n , Rev. t h e c o u r t w i n d o w s w h e r e instead of posed of m a n y H o p e g r a d u a t e s a n d r e w a r d e d by f i n d i n g t h e longbeing Sibs, n a t u r a l l y t h e e x p l a n a P e r c y K i n k e m a , Rev. Delbert Kin- g o r y bodies to h o r r i f y t h e m , t h e r e s t u d e n t s . T h e d i r e c t o r . Miss M y r a s o u g h t prize. tions w e r e easy and s a t i s f a c t o r y . C H A P E L ( HOIR IS ney, R u t h V a n d e r L i n d e n M a a t , w e r e t h e K n i c k e r b o c k e r s to thrill en C a t e , '.'JO, h a s recently finished | F o l l o w i n g t h e m e a l , a clever Rev. William G. M a a t , Rev. Alvin t h e m with t h e finest p o p u l a r m u s i c her d r a m a t i c c o u r s e at Cornell uniTO G I V E CONCERT Olympic skit w a s given f r o m t h e Neevil, Ina D e K r a c k e r P e n n i n g s , t h e co-eds h a v e h e a r d f o r a long v e r s i t y . b l e a c h e r s on t h e s p a c i o u s v e r a n d a T O N I G H T AT 8:00 Rev. Marion P e n n i n g s , Rev. Cor- t i m e . Many a s i g h escaped t h e M e m b e r s of Hope's s t u d e n t r y by S i b y l s Wilson, C l a r k , Essennelius V a n d e r M e l , Helen V a n E s s , a u d i e n c e a s it listened to t h e s t r a i n s who took p a r t a r e P e t e r B o t e r , Helbergh and De I In an. and needless ( C o n t i n u e d f r o m P a g o I) Rev. J a c u b V a n E s s , Rev. A n t h o n y of t h e v a r i o u s i n s t r u m e n t s and en J o h n s o n , J a m e s N e t t i n g a , Robto s a y j u s t a f.-w " r a z z e r s " were VanWestenburg, Christine V a n - vainly longed f o r a waxed floor to ert Dorian. H e r b e r t M a r s i l j e , Bruce and W i s d o m . " Bach; " T h e I s l a n d , " pulled off on t h e s p e c t a t o r s . R a a l l e V a n W e s t e n b u r g , Rev. Nel- k e e p t i m e with t h e music. It w a s Van Leeuwen, Albert Tarrant, We equipped A f e w m i n u t e s l a t e r , Dick Nies- H a c h m o n m o f f ; " G l o r y Be to God." son Van R a a l t e and Mary Kose- with g r e a t r e g r e t t h a t t h e girls re- C h a r l e s Van Domelen, P r e s t o n Luihandle any kincfof Job sink's laugh could !„• heard re- R a c h m o n i n o f f ; " O p r a i s e Ye God," garten. Printing, and w h e n tt offertory. 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'Twas just such an day as this in spring. And the big J u n e h u g s were on t h e wing; The troublesome crows were emitting their call. G a t h e r i n g in flocks f o r the raid in the fall. G R A D U A T E S FOR MUSIC D E G R E E Alas 'tis the f a r m e r who pays. Skillern, Zella Ruth New York City Niessink. Richard J o h n s K a l a m a z o o . Mich. King A r t h u r and his w a r r i o r s brave Were t h r o w i n g dice in the Mammoth Cave; But it seemed t h a t all was not well in the camp. For, Launcelot the Queenie w a s t r y i n g to vamp. Cash in on your college trainHeaven help poor Launcelot.

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The rest of t h i s s t o r y is indeed very brief; The p a p e r 'twould t a k e is a m e r e much redder than his tie. fractional leaf; Quoth he, "My Lord, why didst For they fousted and jousted f o r thou do t h i s ? m a n y a day Didst think 1 m i s t a k e such s w a t for And neither h a s ever gained adan kiss? v a n t a g e does everyone s a y . Thou a r t a fool if thou didst." In sooth, 'twas the longest overKing A r t h u r w a s ready and he t i m e in history. quickly replied, # " T h a t my cause is just sure canst And so they still joust while Queen Guenivere sobs not be denied. For, 1 know it ' t w a s thou who didst Waiting in vain until e i t h e r one wobs. my wife woo And the moral for us, a s can plainAnd by the light of the moon didst ly be seen. <vith her bill and coo. In sooth, a chisler a r t thou, I Is to help occupy the s p a r e t i m e of t h e Queen. trow." Alack the day, we are all married "Methinks," spoke Sir Launcey. men! "thou a r t a bit haste Upon my innocent self thy hatred EM E R S O N I A N S S U R P R I S E DORM to waste. WITH S E R E N A D E But seeing t h a t thou wouldst have (Continued from P a g e 1) it this way, 1 will not you t r y from your folly "Lies" and " T h e Waltz You Saved to sway. for Me" made the dor mites forget For, one, a fool canst not con- about e x a m s in the coming morning. It was finally communicated vince." along the halls who the soloist w a s - - n o one else but H. J a n s e n . So it was decided at t h a t very " W a b a s h Blues" of the orchestime. tra c a m e up to all the r e q u i r e m e n t s That a joust would be held with of its past r e p u t a t i o n . With o r c h e s t r a l a c c o m p a n i m e n t . the admission one dime. "Sons of Emerson T r u e " rang For the hand of Queen Guenivere, t h r o u g h o u t the court as the serethe b e a u t i f u l one. naders took t h e i r leave. As shufThe King and Launcey would joust fled st e ps took direction down the halls a ga i n echoes of " T h e Waltz till e i t h e r was done. ' T w a s the only battle ever justi- Vou Saved f o r Me" took t h e inmates h a p p i I y to the land of fied. dreams.

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Launcelot truly was innocent enough, Business executives prefer col- But A r t h u r t h o u g h t he was t r e a c h erous s t u f f ; lege graduates but — they cannot So, to save f o r posterity his honuse them unless orable name, BUSINESS TRAINED! It was Sir Launcelot whom he vowed he would maim. "Oh, Queenie, just look what you UNDERGRADUATES!! done!"

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