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The A n c h o r VdtUME XXXVI

HOPE

COMMENCEMENT WEEK PLANS ARE NOW COMPLETED

AH m e m b e r s of t h e c l a s s of 1924 w h o p l a n t o b e In H o i land on Tuesday morning, J u n e 16, t o a t t e n d . t h e c l a s s breakfast, please notify W. Z w e m e r b e f o r e J u n e 10.

I

" I n W a l k e d J i m m y " on F r i d a y , J u n e 12, a t C a r n e g i e H a l l . play

calls

girls.

for

T h e cast for this

eleven

hoys

and

two

T h e prep, m e n ' s society has al-

• • I • •

It s c h e d u l e s a t t h e c l o s e of t h e s c h o o l

FINE

y e a r a n d It is p r o m i s e d t h a t t h e c o m ing a t t r a c t i o n

will be t h e

On

the

Doriian

evening

Sisters,

celebrated

of

June

5th

Alumnae, and

their

fourth

the

guests

annual

ban-

q u e t a t T h e W a r m F r i e n d T a v e r n . It ninety-first

society

banquet

Warm

Friend

annual

will

be

Tavern

Fraternal

held Friday

ing, M a y 12 a t s i x o ' c l o c ^ . the

college

social

school year.

in

the

even-

I t will end

functions

of

the

A p r o g r a m has been a r -

was a and

warm

tune. artistic out.

flower

Frater

President,

F r e d Y o n k m a n will a c t as t o a s t m a s t e r for t h e evening.

T h e m u s i c will be

furnished by Van

Duren's orchestra. o

baseball squad

g a m e s to p l a y . men.

has two

home

O n F r i d a y , J u n e 12,

The

Mt. P l e a s a n t

team

was beaten by Hope three weeks ago bv t h e c l o s e s c o r e of 9-G. s o a g o o d game

is p r o m i s e d .

A l u m n i will

On

stake

June

16, t h e

their reputation

against the college team. The Alumni c a n bet on a l i n e u p t h a t i n c l u d e s s e v e r a l f o r m e r H o p e s t a r s w h o still a r e playing the game.

C L A S S O F *24 R E U N I O N O n T u e s d a y m o r n i n g , J u n e 16, a reunion

of

the

will be held.

senior

class

of

1924

A r r a n g e m e n t s have been

m a d e to h a v e a c l a s s b r e a k f a s t a t t h e W a r m Friend Tavern. A unique program

has been arranged.

All t h o s e

w h o plan t o a t t e n d t h e first r e u n i o n of

the

class

of

'24,

are

requested

to n o t i f y Miss W . Z w e m e r b e f o r e or o n J u n e 10. o—

was

carried

and

dinner,

beautiful bouquets were

which

consisted

have

been

made

a n d in h e r c l e v e r w a y , s h e i n t r o d u c -

ly e x p r e s s e d

have

Speakers h a v e been arranged for f r o m

true

the

thought

song

in

Dorians as

their

which were

all very

guest

of

joined glad

honor,

to their

HOPE GRADUATES RECEIVE HONORS DEGREES

AT HARTFORD

T 1 1 E O L O G I CA L

SIBYLLINE SENIORS A R E EN-

SEMINAR V

TYNER the

Hartford

Theological

f o u r t e e n c a r e f r e e SibyKine senior girls

at

l a s t M o n d a y e v e n i n g a t h e r h o m e on

Hopeites received

Hartford,

Conn.,

Seminary

three

former

degrees.

Laureen

Ninth street. er h a t g

ACrer a n Megan*, B e r n i e M u i l e n b e r g of t h e c l a s s of b e e n Q j r v e 1 t h e g i r l s a d - *20 w a s p r e s e n t e d w i t h a c e r t i f i c a t e

t o tfie S i b y j ' . i n e s o c i e t y r o o m Joyed t h e . r last r ^ u l a r

f o r o n e y e a r ' s w o r k in t h e School the who

CHIMES Ing, t h e the

Girls

selection

Glee "Ave

inled b y Mr. K e n n e t h >lin. ing

Mr.

George

La

)efore the student body He

was

ably assisted

in V a n A r e n d o n k .

H. Al-

254

T h e p l e a s i n g t a l e n t of m a n y

College Avenue.,

pupils and the

receive

former

a

few

their bachelor degrees

h o n o r a r y d e g r e e s will be

edictory a n d the other class s p e a k e r s include:

Clarence

Lubbers

of

Michigan,-

Soloists

and a

m i x e d c h o i r of

ENJOYED

the

their

evening, one.

of

Missions

seminary, graduated

I do

love you all, a n d

I have heen

most h a p p y with you d u r i n g t h e s e sixteen and one-half years.

If a n y t h i n g

be y o u r l o y a l t y t o m e , a n d y o u r d e s i r e t o h a v e m e s t a y . As y e t t h e w a y h a s

come f r o m C h i n a or Cyprus.

"Come,

lowing which Clarissa (Snoopy) Pop-

lege t h a n you a r e to h a v e m e leave.

Joan

Vander

from

Hope

I

a m g l a d It Is so, t h o u g h It will m a k e it hard to part. I c o n s i d e r it t h e g r e a t e s t a c h i e v e m e n t of m y l i f e t o h a v e w o n y o u r e s -

teem a n d affection. It h a s been w o r t h with any price I have paid. Spek, T h e o n e p r a y e r of m y h e a r t , w h e n I

the

guests

piano

Mr. Cress, w a s v e r y well a r r a n g e d by All

of t h e

and

pupils dis-

artistry which

• p e a k s m o s t h i g h l y f o r o u r S c h o o l of The audience was disappoint-

Y o r k and could not appear.

of

Delphi—true

Romany

Piano—Sonata,

O p . 10,

No. 1 (first

movement)

Beethoven

Alice V a n H a t t e m P i a n o — N o c t u r n e in G. M i n o r . . . . C h o p I n Eunice Brockmeler V o i c e — " I S h a l l E n t e r H i s H a l l s In S i l e n c e #

"

Ashleigh

Raadways

Densmore

Paul Nettlnga P i a n o — M a r c h In D

flat

Hollaender

Harriet Boone Voice—The Azure Blue Happy

: DROPS GAME TO FERRIS NINE

The pro-

g r a m was rendered as follows:

gold.

Logan

Song

—del

RIego

Alicia Scholten Piano—To the Evening Star Wagner-Liszt M a r j o r i e Selby Voice—-"if God lent only y o u " Gossips

Garden

Densmora cox

Mary Prlscllla'Collins P i a n o — P o l o n a i s e , O p . 9, N o . 6... + ...

Paderewskl Helene Van Kersen V o i c e — - " M y h e a r t Is a h a v e n " . Stelnel J o y

Scott Nella Tante

P i a n o — M e l o d i e a la M a z u r k a Leschetlzky .Mendelssohn

Spinning Song Sarah Lacey V o i c e — " F o r l o v e of y o u "

Densmore

The Wandering Jew

Morris

Rutherford Huizenga ORANGE AND BLUE LOSE IN T H E

P i a n o — S c h e r z o , O p . 47, N o . 2

NINTH INNING

* —Leschetlzky Margaret Hondelink

The Hope baseball fans were much disappointed

Accompanists—Gertrude

last S a t u r d a y w h e n t h e

Cornelia

Kramer,

Nettlnga.

F e r r i s t e a m recovered a six point lead and

finally

won the g a m e f r o m Hope,

11-9, on t h e H o p e g r o u n d s .

W e had a

SECOND MUSICAL RECITAL ALSO W E L L G I V E N

c o m f o r t a b l e lead until t h e last inning when Ferris got four r u n s a n d a two point lead.

I t is q u i t e s a f e t o s a y t h a t

the g a m e should have been ours.

A

continuation

of

the

Annual

S p r i n g H o p e College School of Music Recital

C o l e a n d A l b e r s did g o o d w o r k o n

was

•Tune 5 t h

held

at

Friday

Winants

evening,

Chapel,

The

the m o u n d , but the support w a s rath-

recital

er poor.

b e i n g t h e e q u a l of t h e r e c i t a l h e l d o n

There was considerable hit-

ting done by both teams, but

Ferris

h a d t h e s l i g h t e d g e on H o p e . Score by I n n i n g s — H

ope

F e r r |

s

HOPE-

in

^,oIo

of D e t r o i t .

of v o c a l a n d

s o l o s b y s t u d e n t s of M^s. F e n t o n a n d

before Lillian Schmid's toast to M e n —

n o m o r e a n x i o u s to l e a v e H o p e C o l -

Kennedy

connected

I am

The Interesting pro-

consisting

t h e m o s t a d v a n c e d pupils, w a s in N e w

T h e S t u d e n t C o u n c i l of H o p e C o l l e g e : Dear Students:—

a l l t h e n i c e t h i n g s y o u s a y of m e , y e t

successful

e d t h a t M i s s H e n r i e t t a K e l z e r , o n e of

W e a r e all vagabonds, w h e t h e r

arrange-

I do not m e r i t

most

Hope.

m e n t s c a n be m a d e t o k e e p D r . P a t terson.:

teacher and friend.

a

In

Music.

warm hearted friends, working for the

I w a n t you t o k n o w h o w v e r y g r a t e -

1,

was held

G e r a l d i n e D y k h u l z e n . w h o t o a s t e d to

S o m e of t h e s t u d e n t s w i l l p u r -

that

Hope College

K u y p e r , t o a s t m i s t r e s s i n t r o d u c e d Miss

p e n t o a s t e d t o D e l p h i — a c o m p a n y of

la h o p e d

the

Annual

A fair-sized crowd greeted the

played a skill

1923 t h i n k of H o p e C o l l e g e , will e v e r b e , Q t t i p o b y also received a similar degree. The DeGroot "God bless H o p e College s t u d e n t s . " d e g r e e of B a c h e l o r of D i v i n i t y w a s Van Lente Your friend, conferred upon Rev. Henry VanEyck Hiemersma F. N. P A T T E R S O N . S t e g e m a n of H o l l a n d , a g r a d u a t e of D e Prefi o— H o p e in 1912 a n d of W e s t e r n T h e o CHAPEL CHIMES Elenbaas l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y in 1917. R e v . S t e g e On M o n d a y , J u n e 8, M i s s M a r t h a V a n d e n B r i n k m a n ' s t h e s i s w a s b a s e d on t h e s u b B a r k e m a delighted the students with Bovenklrk j e c t , " T h e E s c h a t o l o g y of J e s u s in two s n a t u r e songs. The Chapel ser- A l h e r s R e l a t i o n t o C u r r e n t J e w i s h E s c h a t o - v i c e s w e r e In c h a r g e of D r . M a c D o n a l d logical T h o u g h t . "

June

Dr. Nykerk.

varied

It

the

Music which

seven o'clock.

w e be D u t c h o r I r i s h , o r w h e t h e r w e

T h e exercises will m a r k t h e divislines.

of

guests at the W a r m Friend Tavern at A f t e r a delicious s u p p e r . Miss J e a n

T h e college a l u m n i who a r e to re-

class into several

School

of

warm weather.

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

senting appropriate music.

the

Recital

made

p a r t i c i p a n t s in s p i t e of t h e e x t r e m e l y

PROGRAM

On S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g , J u n e 6 t h , t h e

class will a d d to t h e p r o g r a m by p r e -

of

Spring

gram,

C. V a n Z o e r e n of H o l l a n d . M i c h i g a n .

years

VAGABOND

BY ASSEMBLY

b o o m of C l y m e r . N. Y., a n d R a y m o n d

improve-

W^nants Chapel 8:00 o'clock Monday

Cedar

Josh Hogen-

noticeable

new

TAVERN SCENE OF DELPHI BANQUET

Grove, Wisconsin, Harriet V a n d e r Bos of H o l l a n d .

BY

m e n t of t h o s e w h o h a v e a p p e a r e d in

At t h a t time, ninety-five g r a d u a t e s

not been opened for me to stay. At t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t e x e r c i s e s of

of

John

DEVELOPED

SCHOOL O F MUSIC

n e s d a y , J u n e 17, 1925.

t e r of a p p r e c i a t i o n of m y s e r v i c e s a s

GIVEN

Mrs. L. N. T y n e r w a s t h e host

notify

Holland Michigan.

c o u l d m e l t m y s e l f i s h h e a r t It w o u l d

MRS.

secretary,'

f u l I a m t o you f o r y o u r t o o k i n d l e t -

f r i e n d . Miss B o y d .

m e m b e r s a r e expected.

BY

the

kindly

b e h e l d In t h e C a r n e g i e H a l l o n W e d -

will

TALENT

that

t h e list of A l u m n i m e m b e r s . T h r u t h e

TERTAINED

attend

bers a t

Council.

Dorian

banquet at the W a r m Friend Tavern.

A l a r g e c r o w d of A l u m n i

to

for- worthy tasks. Two A l u m n a e , Miss Sue H a m e l l n k , get-me-nots stand for remembrance R e v . W i l l i a m IT. S. D e m a r e s t , p r e s i - a n d M i s s P e a r l P a a l m a n w e r e t h e n e x t a n d p l e a s a n t m e m o r i e s of by-gone d e n t - e l e c t of N e w B r u n s w i c k S e m i n a r y t w o e n t e r t a i n e r s , t h e f o r m e r o n t h e days. "Garden Secrets" was toasted and former president of R u t g e r s piano, a n d t h e l a t t e r with h e r voice. by A l i c e V a n H a t t e m . S h e s a i d t h a t College h a s been booked to p r e a c h They a r e both as good as ever and t h e g a r d e n r e p r e s e n t s t h e l i f e of a the b a c c a l a u r e a t e s e r m o n to t h e class were t h o r o u g h l y a p p r e c i a t e d . H o p e College girl; a n d t h e different Miss A m a n d a Z w e m e r w a s t h e last of 1925 a t H o p e C o l l e g e , S u n d a y e v flowers in t h e g a r d e n t e a c h v a l u a b l e e n i n g . J u n e 14. T h i s will b e t h e o p e n - t o t o a s t , a n d s h e t o a s t e d t o t h e F u l e s s o n s of p a t i e n c e , l o y a l t y , c o n s i s t ture. T h e flames of t h e g y p s y fire i n g e v e n t of c o m m e n c e m e n t w e e k . ency, and opportunity. Delia V a n d e r a r e b u r n i n g low, t h e y a r e a l m o s t o u t , K o l k , in tan i n t e r e s t i n g w a y t o a s t e d and the blue s m o k e curtains with COMMUNICATION to " T h e S p i r i t of J u n e . " N e l l a T a n i s silken mist the f u t u r e . s a n g two vocal selections. Last, but T h e b a n q u e t was closed by s i n g i n g In a p p r e c i a t i o n of t h e g e n e r a l l y e x not least, Harriet Vander Meer the Delphi son. t o a s t e d t o t h e " F l o w e r of H o p e " . p r e s s e d d e s i r e of t h e s t u d e n t s t o h a v e T h e g u e s t s of h o n o r w e r e M r s . D y k T h i s flower is t h e H o p e s p i r i t i t s e l f , D r . P a t t e r s o n r e m a i n In h i s p o s i t i o n hulzen and Mr. Walvoord. which includes • loyalty, kindness, as biology teacher, t h e following c o m h u m i l i t y , v i r t u e , a n d o t h e r fine q u a l - m u n i c a t i o n w a s s e n t to t h e . s t u d e n t

The

these plans.

plan t h e c l a s s of 1925 of H o p e C o l l e g e , w i l l

reading. "Counting Daisy P e t a l s " . ligious w o r k . Thus Hope's largest . ! • i v. Francis Tate toasted " F o r - g e t - m e - g r a d u a t i n g class will c o n t r i b u t e t h e i r n o t s " t o t h e a l u m n a e . S h e b e o u t i f u l - e n e r g y t o w a r d t h e a c c o m p l i s h m e n t of

t i o n f o r t h e h o l d i n g of t h e i r a n n u a l

c i a t i o n , , it will b e p o s s i b l e t o c a r r y o u t

of

NEW

the Fraters who

Miss A n n e V o s k u i l s u e a d v a n c e d w o r k a t l a r g e r s c h o o l s b e s t In l i f e . A s e x t e t t e c o m p o s e d of t o a s t e d " T o t h e J u n e K n i g h t s " . F o l - a n d still o t h e r s will t e a c h f o r a t i m e . C o r n l e N e t t l n g a , Henrietta Beyers, l o w i n g t h i s . M i s s C y n t h i a B u e h l e r d e - F o u r of t h e g r a d u a t e s will g o t o J a - P o l l y S c h u t t , A n n e B a r k e m a , E d n a lighted t h e a s s e m b l y w i t h h e r m u s i c a l p a n f o r s h o r t t e r m s to c a r r y o n r e - R e e v e r t s a n d Alice Scholten, s a n g j u s t

heartily.

k a m p , s e c r e t a r y of t h e A l u m n i A s s o -

exercises

all

ed e a c h s p e a k e r .

by t h e H o p e College A l u m n i Associa-

s p e c i a l e f f o r t s of P r o f e s s o r P a u l H i n -

commencement

Will

Friend Tavern.

menu, the Van Wyke Orchestra from and have taken up advanced scholas- choose your road and away, away, G r a n d R a p i d s flavored t h e f e a s t e r s tic w o r k . A n u m b e r of p r i z e s w i l l be w e ' l l f o l l o w t h e g y p s y s u n . " a w a r d e d t o t h e w i n n e r s of v a r i o u s d e w i t h m a n y fine s e l e c t i o n s . Anne and Martha B a r k e m a sang a T h o u g h t s w e r e t h e n t u r n e d to a n - b a t i n g . o r a t o r y a n d e s s a y c o n t e s t s . very lovely d u e t " J u n e Magic," fol-

T h e h a p p y e v e n i n g closed with t h e plans

The annual Fraternal Banin t h e W a r m

D u r i n g t h e ceive t h e i r m a s t e r s d e g r e e will i n c l u d e of a c h o i c e t h e s t u d e n t s w h o g r a d u a t e d in 1922

the room.

ities.

ALUMNI BANQUET Elaborate

The

M i s s H i l d a N y l a n d w a s t o a s t m i s t r e s s . ion

M t . P l e a s a n t will c r o s s b a t s w i t h t h e Hope

scheme

o t h e r p a r t of t h e e v e n i n g ' s p r o g r a m .

BASEBALL The

to b e in a j o y f u l

The tables were decorated with

members

members.

hearts

r o s e s , -and o t h e r p r e t t y b l o s s o m s , a n

placed about

active

b u t all

H e c a u s e J u n e is t h e m o n t h of

r a n g e d w h i c h w i l l c o n s i s t of t o a s t s b y by t h e

evening,

hopes seemed

flowers

of t h e A l u m n i a n d

TALENT SHOWN BY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

FRATERNAL

l a n d , M i c h i g a n , will p r e s e n t h e r v a l -

S t a n l e y A l b e r s is c o a c h i n g t h e c a s t . v

The

NUMBER FIFTY-EIGHT

ALUMNI

RECEIVE

A N D c o n f e r r e d u p o n s o m e of t h e a l u m n i . FEATURE M i s s M a r i a n V a n V e s s e m of Z e e -

best ever.

FRATERNAL BANQUET

WILL

DECORATION S PROGRAM

ATTENTION

DIPLOMAS

and ARTISTIC

W E D N E S D A Y , J U N E 10, 1 9 2 5

q u e t will b e h e l d o n J u n e 12 NINETY-FIVE

••••••••••••••••s DORIANS HAVE FINE BANQUET

ways been noted for the p r o g r a m t h a t

HOLLAND, MICHIGAN,

PLANS COMPLETED FOR GRADUATION

ATTENTION

MELIPHONE PROGRAM

T h e M e l i p h o n e Society will present

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Hope's School

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Paj*

T H E AMOHOR

fu)o

THE ANCHOR

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FATHOMED Harvey Teuslnk

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THE AHCHOR SOCIETY ELECTIONS Addison President—Derwin

SCRIBBLER'S COLUMN

Huenink.

Vice P r e s i d e n t — B r u n o

Bruns.

Secretary—Lester

Bossard.

Treasurer—Harry

D e Vries.

(by

lot)—Richard

and

T h e O r i e n t , w h a t a p i c t u r e of d e -

Vander

Kolk.

lightful

romance

evokes.

Follow all, w h o would, a n d

drink

of

the

and

elixir

mystery

of

Dickenstan

imagination;

building built Orient.

President—William Bonnema. Vice-President—Marvin

t e m p l e of B u d d h a . I s t u m b l e d , a l o n e desolate

Secretary—Gelmer Boven.

forlorn,

despairing

K e e p e r of A r c h i v e s — Q e r r i t V a n d e r

l a n d of m y b i r t h .

ger.

do.

Meindertsma.

T h e Dickensian society

enjoyed

a

very pleasant beach party at Tenness e e B e a c h o n F r i d a y e v e n i n g , J u n e 5. This society h a s h a d a very successful beginning and

its

first

and

the

and

stronghold, and

aid

hopeless

plight

In

my

for I

a n y kind

held

their

an-

jollification

meeting

Swimming

and

and

the

everything But

in

body

was there. That

was

peculiar.

t h e i r u n i n v i t e d g u e s t , I h e a r d a low ominous

chant

Inside - t h e

thunder,

then

a

r o a r a n d f i n a l l y it

died a w a y , m u m b l i n g itself ence.

Into sil-

A h ! so t h e p r i e s t s w e r e all In

their temple proclaiming their homa g e to t h e g r e e n - e y e d B u d d h a .

Vice

aborigine, who apparently

t h a t w a s well, a t least t h e y w e r e r e -

Treasurer—William

Ver

Hage.

not look-

i n g at m e s a w m e . ( C r o s s e y e d p e o p l e

ligious—I

a r e so p a r a d o x i c a l ) .

rest at their h a n d s .

A l t h o h e did n o -

K . of A . — L a m b e r t O l g e r s .

t i c e m e , he v e n t u r e d n o n e of h i s v e r -

Sgt. at A r m s — J a c o b Klk.

n a c u l a r . so 1 c o n t i n u e d through

a

very

filth

enjoyable evening

spent at the Albers' cottage, t h e F r a t e r n a l society elected officers:

might

hope

Thus encouraged arduous crawl.

way,

Well,

T h e t e m p l e roof w a s

get

ed t h e i n n e r c o u r t of t h e t e m p l e b u t

w i t h no h e s i t a t i o n . I let myself s w i n g

the

from

were

barred.

I knocked

down

one

way

that

or a n o t h e r .

branch,

that

blessed

the

moment

branch,

President—George Damson.

still n o r e s p o n s e .

w h e n t h e a w i n g w o u l d l a n d m e in t h e

Vice-President—Paul Gebhard.

e n t e r by t h e g a t e .

Secretary—Richard Mallery.

l o o k i n g a r o u n d f o r a m e a n s of a c c e s s ,

Treasurer—Rutherford Huizenga.

I espied a towering tree, .placed just

K . of A . — J a y W a b e k e .

w h e r e it s h o u l d

J a n i t o r — K e n n e t h Vanden Bosch.

tree, a

So I d e c i d e d n o t t o

be.

skyscraper

judging

in f a c t , o n o

DU MEZ BROS.

on t h e f a d e d c o l o r s of t h e o r n a m e n t a l tile, b u t s a d a n d

s h o c k i n g t h e y did

A f t e r I n o t i c e d t h e t r e e I l o o k e d a t it,

going,

President—Gerard Pool.

and

t h r o u g h t h e roof i n t o n o t h i n g .

Vice P r e s i d e n t — A l v i n Neevel.

birth to an idea.

I thot

and

thinking gave

There was that tree

h a n g i n g over t h e Inner court and over

Secretary—•William Maat.

the temple itself.

And since they kept

I followed too.

Right

i n g — n o n o t h i n g but n o t h i n g . fell

until

I

stopped

and

looking. Last

year

m e r c e of

the

Chamber

of C o m -

M i l l e d g e v i l l e , Ga.,

tree

and

clambored

up

the

shaggy

when

i n g a t t h e t o p of t h e i r voices.

ed a W o o d r o w W i l s o n M e m o r i a l Col-

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harpies

ing

r i c h e s t of t h e c o u n t r y , r o a s t

000 w e r e r a i s e d .

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court,

some

twenty

feet,

I

A t r a c t of 100 a c r e s

o b s e r v e d t h a t t h e r e w a s n o w a y to g e t w a s p u r c h a s e d a n d a d r i v e f o r f u n d s d o w n f r o m t h e wall o t h e r t h a n j u m p w a s m a d e c o u n t r y - w i d e t h r o u g h t h e ing a n d since I w a s not entirely desAmerican

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Federation

of

Labor.

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The

b o d y will be f r o m 400 to t h o s e will be s ' g n s of

accepted

unmistakable

student 500, o n l y

who

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leadership.

perate,

I did

not

care

to

essay

it.

M o r e o v e r I w a s so e m p t y a n d l i g h t Inside from my nourishment.

long lack

of

College h a s a larger per-

I felt certain

I would

c o l l a p s e If I e v e r did h i t t h e g r o u n d . of

the

tree

reaching

out

spoil

cowlete,

food a n d

them.

and

Foods,

stewed

over

the

that

would

mouth: and erything.

not

the

everything,

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a

baby's

in f a c t , e v -

B u t w h y all t h e c o m m o t i o n a r o u n d me?

scholastic

deficiencies, b e n e a t h me, only n o t h i n g : a n d w h e n

h o l d : I w a s s e a t e d in t h e l a p of B u d Buddha,

with

his

b e s t of a l l

bad

things

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r o l l s of C o r n e l l U n i v e r s i t y a t t h e e n d

except

of t h e first s e m e s t e r . — E x c h a n g e .

f e e t b e l o w , o n e Is e x c e e d i n g l y c a u t i o u s

b e h o l d ! t h e p r i e s t lay d o w n his t r a y

So I s q u i r m e d a l o n g b e c o m i n g w e a k e r

of r o a s t p i g l e t s b e f o r e m e a n d g o s t i -

as I went f r o m h u n g e r and exhausr

culatlng with h u m b l e admiration, he

t h e b e t t e r of t h e t w o , a n d s i n c e t h e

f o r t u n e ! n o w I h a d e n o u g h to e a t till

tion.

motioned f o r m e to eat.

priests were not to give m e death, I

I s h o u l d die, o n l y I w o u l d h a v e d i e d

would

If I h a d e a t e n it a l l .

A s t u d e n t of O r e g o n

Agricultural

C o l l e g e Is m a k i n g h i s w a y

through

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ground

still

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nothing

for the

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piglets, bullets—

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Tennis Racket

—at—

STEVENSON'S

" W h o ' s y a r d t o t h e roof of t h e t e m p l e i t s e l f . g r e e n e m e r a l d eyes, h i s h e a v y lips, W h o in A m e r i c a " t h a n a n y o t h e r i n - At last a m e a n s of a p p r o a c h ! In m y his m i g h t y chest a n d e x p a n d e d g i r t h . stitution, according to figures c o m - a r d o r . I lost m y c a u t i o n a n d s l i p p e d . Buddha, Hud! Old C h a p ! h o w f o r plied. W e s l e y a n Is s e c o n d . A m h e r s t N o w s l i p p i n g is n o t a c o m f o r t a b l e t u n a t e to be on y o u r b o s o m ! N o w t h e s e n s a t i o n , r.o m a t t e r w h e r e you a r e : h a s g r a d u a t e d 32 c o l l e g e p r e s i d e n t s . 'priests noticed me, I noticed t h e n b u t if you a r e u p in t h e b r a n c h e s of food and they stood and stared. They a gigantic tree with nothing beneath D a v i d s o n College, N. C., w e n t o v e r stared and said nothing, simply n o t h b u t s l o u g h a n d m i r e , s u i t a b l e f o r pigs t h e t o p in its d r i v e f o r t h e H a n g c h o w i n g f o r a w h o l e d a y of s e c o n d s . not men. under such circumstances C h r i s t i a n C o l l e g e in C h i n a . T h e s u b Then one a n d all moved t h e r e Is n o p l e a s u r e In t h e s e n s a t i o n s c r i p t i o n s a m o u n t e d to t h i r t e e n h u n up towards me. W h a t Was a t all. So n a t u r a l l y I w a s b r e a t h l e s s . d r e d fifty d o l l a r s . their intent? W a s my end c o m e ? Again I ascended, but this time more W a s I to d i e t h u s u n r e p e n t a n t ? Oh cautiously. 1 reached the large limb mercy! But composing myself, I Spanish students at t h e University which extended over t h e court to the arose and made ready for whatever j g p o w a l e a r n to s p e a k t h e l a n g u a g e roof of t h e t e m p l e a n d c l a s p i n g t h e might happen; assuming a majestic K o r e r a p i d l y by l i v i n g a t a b o a r d i n g b r a n c h in p a s s i o n a t e e m b r a c e . I t h e n a i r , I w a i t e d a s t h e first p r i e s t c l a m h o u s e w h e r e o n l y S p a n i s h Is s p o k s q u i r m e d a l o n g on m y belly slowly, b e r e d u p t h e idol t o w a r d s m e . en.—The Bulletin. v e r y slowly, lest I s h o u l d s l i p a n d f a l l Now I lowered my head and hoped again, for this time there was nothing B e c a u s e of

Commencement Gifts

what delicacies: and ripe persimmons

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fried

to

-

my

m e . w i t h g r e a t p l a t e s of f o o d , s h o u t -

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to

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institut-

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HOLLAND,

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That was where I

I s n e a k e d to t h e b a s e of t h e

Dry G o o d s , Coats, Suits a n d Millinery

down

f a l l w a s c h e c k e d , I w a s l y i n g on w a n t e d to be. so I w a n t e d to g e t t h e r e ;s o m e t h i n g h a r d . B u t 1 w a s n o t h u r t , K . of A . — - W i l l i a m H u g h e s . a s well, a n d t o get t h e r e I m u s t find thank Providence. Then I heard a Janitor (by lot)—Gerrlt De Koning. a m e a n s of a p p r o a c h . T h i s t h e g i a n t noise, a m u r m u r , a r u m b l e , a t h u n d e r , —o t r e a o f f e r e d . I g l a n c e d a r o u n d to s e e a r o a r , a n d l o o k i n g a b o u t , I s a w a m u l EXCHANGES w h e t h e r I w a s o b s e r v e d . N o o n e w a s t i u d e of c r a z y p r i e s t s d a n c i n g a b o u t Treasurer—James Ver Meulen.

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D o w n to t h e r o o f : m y feet l a n d e d

not stay there.

then

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I went down.

t h a t was very tall and big a r o u n d too.

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m i d d l e of t h e r o o f . I let go. And t h e n

and

It w a s a g i a n t tree

and

65 West 8 t h St.

So

b u t no r e s p o n s e , 1 k n o c k e d a g a i n a n d T h i s I did.

CREAM OF UNIFORM Q U A L I T Y

I t l o o k e d solln

a f t e r I was not where I was. I reachgates

Hoekstra's Ice Cream

my

e n o u g h a n d o n c e I w a s on it I c o u l d

Finally

BRICK

BULK

f o r food a n d

T continued

just below m e now.

unspeakable—that

Is w h y 1 will n o t d e s c r i b e it.

Fraternal After

the

on m y

SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

t h e n it s w e l l e d i n t o a r u m b l e t h e n a

by t h e p a t h w a y herded by a crosseyed

Gowens.

P. S. BOTER & CO.

temple,

President—Delbert Kinney. Secretary—Hay

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was lying a r o u n d , such as

paused a m o m e n t longer won% d e r l n g w h a t m y h o s t s w o u l d d o to

indoor

Luben.

Proprietor

N o filth o r Utter of

As I

W i t h i n , I found not w h a t I expected

at

President—Barnard

Green Hill Cafe

w a s not a Koul in t h e c o u r t y a r d , n o -

the

priests base w h i c h slowly w a l k e d pious ball w e r e t h e c h i e f s p o r t s t n g a g e d In. a n d d e v o t e e s . B u t on t h e o t h e r h a n d , T h e following officers w e r e e l e c t e d e v e r y h a n d in f a c t , 1 f o u n d r a m p a n t d i s o r d e r . A d r o v e of p i g s in t h e m u d for next fall:

group.

antiquity,

But one s t r a n g e thing I noticed: t h e r e

M a c a - to find, b u t w h a t I e x p e c t e d n o t to I did n o t find a g l o r i o u s o r tawa beach Thursday evening. T h e find. social c o m m i t t e e provided w i e n i e s , i e n t a l g a r d e n s e t off w i t h b l o s s o m i n g hedges thru b u n s , p i e a la m o d e a n d c o f f e e f o r t h e g r o v e s a n d f r a g r a n t nual

assumed

a p p e t i t e anil o v e r t u r n o n e ' s s t o m a c h .

nearly

g r a y a n d g l o o m y g a t e of t h e t e m p l e .

Kmersonlan

lost

p o l l u t e d t h e o u t e r c o u r t , to spoil o n e ' s

otherwise

So 1 e n t e r e d

and

of

askew.

and the temple.

s t a r v e d to d e a t h a n d n o w h e r e c o u l d I nourishment.

tints

colorless d r a b were

walls had

m a c u l a t e n e a t n e s s of t h e i n n e r c o u r t

Within

was

glamorous

The

No doubt you have you rpreference of what sort of food you desire. But you surely want your favorite dish coaked in the best manner and the best quality of food. At Green Miir'you will find CLEANLINESS, SERVICE and QUALITY

contrast with t h e decay was the im-

you

I s u r e l y w o u l d find

sympathy

G r e e n Mill C a f e

rambling

was decaying with senility.

faces

Cues w h i c h

I

A crazy tower reached sky-

doors

t h e monasterlal walls, religion's stay

find Emersonians

queues.

would not o r d i n a r i l y follow.

year has

b e e n o n e of m u c h p r a i s e .

oily

yellow

which

All w a s f a i l e d b r i l l i a n c y .

their

All I c o u l d do war,

Everywhere were

in

In t h e f a s h i o n of

once brightly colored

of

lo e n t e r f o r t h e r e w a s n o t h i n g else to

Berg

place

w a r d f r o m it l i k e a s c a l y l e p r o u s fin-

all h o p e of e v e r r e t u r n i n g t o t h e f a i r

Treasurer—Edwin De Jong

The

and

the

The temple was a large

a r e m u c h of l i t t l e a c c o u n t . T h r u t h e g r a y g l o o m y g a t e s of t h e

Hatfield.

surveyed

h o p e d to find r e s t a n d f o o d .

it

mean and contemptible things which

Custodian—Miner

in m y

s t o m a c h to feel n a u s e a t e d , I looked

K . of A . — B e r n a r d S h o e m a k e r , Janitor

S i n c e I did n o t h a v e e n o u g h

AN ORIENTAIi FANTASY

to f a l l on fifty

bodies'

length

— n o t h i n g bad. I looked

up and

lo!

To eat, eat

c o l l e g e b y t a k i n g s t u d e n t s r i d i n g in

f r o m the temple roof, I had to pause

—that was what I wanted more than

his plane.—Exchange.

to regain m y breath and equilibrium.

a n y t h i n g else.

Die or eat.

eat.

They regarded m e as a

Eat was god sprung f r o m Buddha's breast. Ah

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THE ANCHOR COMMENCEMENT

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All the conveniences of a Large City Hotel. Catering to the Commercial man, the Tourist and Social affairs of Holland.

He

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T h r e e will t a k e a c a n o e t r i p u p t h e Phone 5«45

Amazon.

Your choice of any watch or diamond ring in our stock at $1.00 down and $1X0 a week.

O n e will b e c o m e b u s i n e s s a g e n t of a

Geo. H. Huizinga & Co.

lumber union. T e n will r o to G r e e n w i c h Village.

WHEN YOU WANT THE FINEST IN

T h r e e will c h a s e b u t t e r f l i e s . .

Ice Cream, Candies, Fruits and Nuts,come to

JEWELERS

F o u r will do d e s i g n e r s of w o m e n ' s bats.

A. PATSY FABIANO 26 West Eighth Street

T w e n t y will s t a r t I m m e d i a t e l y

f o r -»

FINE PIANOS

Europe. Seven w i l l e n t e r a d v e r t i s i n g a n d pict u r e puzzle c o n t e s t s .

W e c i r r y a Urge assortment of Chocolate Bars. Bulk Chocolates 49c. Box Candies at 69r.

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M a n y will e n t e r i n t o m a t r i m o n y . A n d t w o of t h e m w i l l go t o w o r k .

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 54 East 8th St.

—at the—

" W h y t h e old one, f a t h e r ? " " W e a r o u t t h e old o n e s first, t h a t ' s my motto."

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MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St.

" W e l l , t h e n , f a t h e r you f e t c h t h e

j f OR Distinctive Stationery, Unique Pro( f i grams and Menus, or Fine Papers, the / Holland Printing Co. can serve you best. Holland's Finest Printers

Players, Victroias and Records

" G e r r l t , go f e t c h t h e old h o r s e . "

Pianos and Victroias rented at reasonable prices.

horse." Hogenboom, t h e Senior fat m a t and i

210 College Avenue

Programs, Invitations and Placecards for

a m a n of p l e a s a n t d i s p o s i t i o n w a s g a z ing at s a l e p r i c e s in a h a b e r d a s h e r ' s

COLLEGE BANQUET

window. A f r i e n d s t o p p e d t o I n q u i r e If h e

WHERE SHALL WE GO?

Engraving with Steel Die Embossing on Invitations and Placecards. Let us take care of your Banquet needs. 0

w a s t h i n k i n g of b u y i n g a n y t h i n g . "No," replied witfully.

After that walk, a f t e r the game, and a f t e r the show o u r footsteps will naturally lead us to

our

w i n d o w gazer,

" T h e only t h i n g t h a t fits u s

r e a d y - m a d e is a h a n d k e r c h i e f . " '

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Steketee - Van Huis Printing House

Conventions

Vie Largest and Most Modern Equipped Print Shop in Holland

J A C K BLUE'S

At c o n v e n t i o n s m e n murder

"Pamous for Malted Miiks."

expense

kill t i m e a n d get

the

latest s t o r i e s fof t h e benefit of

the

boys b a c k ence and

home;

accounts; exchange

dumbs—mainly the latter;

about and become m o r e confused as t i m e goes o n ; m a k e a s p e e c h so t h a t

S u i t s

Holland. Mich.

Galoshes Repaired

Quality Shoe Repairing-Thai's

"Dick" the Shoe Doctor ELEC. SHOE HOSPITAL

Our Business

D. Schaftcnar, Prop.

t h e i r n a m e s will b e I n c l u d e d In t h e convention report; knock the speeches;

Buy a Real Suit this time. Buy a Janlzen t h e best suit you can get. In two piece and one piece. Also a complete line of ladies Janlzen suits at

become

terribly tired

and

other

horribly palpably

w a s by f a r t h e m o s t i n s p i r i n g c o n have

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missed

It

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Ready Dishes, Hot & Cold for Busy Patrons

Laughlin's Restaurant 72 East Eighth St.

Now isn't this so?

19 W e s t 8 t h S t .

WE CALL AND DELIVER

Indiffer-

e n t ; r e t u r n to tell t h e p e o p l e t h a t it

they wouldn't worlds.

Phone 5328

bored;

vention they ever a t t e n d e d ; a n d t h a t

J. J. Rutgers Co.

C o m p l e t e P r i n t i n g Service

experi-

w o n d e r w h a t It is t h e y a r e m e e t i n g

S w i m i n g

9 E. 10th S t .

t " A R e a l Good P l a c e to E a t . "

L u n c h e s put up.

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MAKE OUR PLACE Your home for Kodak Finishing, Framing and Gifts GLAD T O S E E YOU

HOLLAND PHOTO SHOP 10 East 8th St.

D. J. DuSAAR

Calender of Events

J u n e 12—Mt. P l e a s a n t , h e r e

June 12—Fraternal Banquet

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J u n e 12—Meliphone Play

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J u n e If]—Alumni, h e r e .

June 14—Baccalaureate Sermon •

J u n e 17—-Commencement Exer- •

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

PETER A, SELLESj Jeweler —

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14 East 8th St.

The Folks at Home would Appreciate Your Picture. SEND ONE NOW.

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