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No .•ollt•gt' cun houst of a. nome ut Published every Wednesday during the more tllgultlt'(llll'O t hn n- HOPE. college yt>tlr lly students of Hope oll(•ge II OL' I~ h<'nt•ou I he uln ~ ku of I ht• ,Jnrkrst night. Board ot Editors JI OPhl Is the morning·slur or !!ver.v J.;dltor In Clhll'f . . U. MAR\'TN HROWF.Il ' 17 tomorrow's cluwn. A aOt•latll fo)t.lltor .• . . \\'alo•r A. Ht·holtt~n ' 18 Lit rary Editor .... Sotlhla Van Veupru '17 HOPE J)l\ln t n rninl10w In C\•ery wau · Alumni F.llltor , . . . . • . Patti \rturlwr '17 lttuh ~lrkklnk 17 1l0rcr 's sk\·. ('aUJJIIIS F.dltor . . •. . . • • Willi~< .1. PoUt~ 'IS 1101'1~ fnn8 the ll:wll' ur fni th ond J.: \ a \\'. L1'1•nhon111 'I 7 Atbh•lh- F.11ltor ... , ... . Ja1·lc 1\aNII'n ' 18 kN'f\K IJurniug I hl' fire or 10\'{'. EJchiJIIt' l-'tlltur ........ U. tl. De .Boer '17 IIOP8 glhttl'u8 thru the rusting rru .. t RltJ d J.'lrtt Ed It ora . ..... .Ia)' M. OoMker 'J 7 Olh•f' Bi>rUrb 'IV of tl\' •ry tl i ipn I t!tl p:un. Business Department HOPE \\hlsper 1.1 requiem o\•er e~· Bu~lneu lfantiC"'· . . ...... MAX J . REESE '17 A.ll l. au.. Jolantll'f . •.. p,rdlnaud \'ou :114 ••ry deporting soul i e 'eu when love ca • Sul.lsrrcptlon ltanarer •. • ••1. E Hoft'man 17 Au t ub. llana1er . . . Jobn C. Post ' 19 henr uo ru !ling wing, HUPE se s 11 Terma • , 1.26 per year 1n advance ~ tnr . 1'1 ueI t her • nhidc • 1I h~ t hrv.•,'' hut Bingle Coplu - . - - Five Cents wltru rntth hns fndc•l uwny untl lo\ c• Entered 11 tile Post OUI~e Of Holland, •tlchlaan hn tlvpnrt~l, lhPrP rt~mainll thnt g-ll'tllll· u aeeond-clua mall m:~ tt~r. iug j wrl whidJ Lurrows its loatro !ron• the \'t•rv dlullem of he:l\'eu- .BOPE. 1

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With this Is u;the ke.rs of our t>tlitnr· ial ty pewriter <'li~k out its lmprt>Slrions of rold type for the la'!t tim<' in th~> prest:'nt sehool year. Jt st>rms but )'•':i· t ~:>rday that thl' nt>w RtafT look <' hargc of thi paper, and hrre we find thnt \\e hR\' 1' nlreudy ~Pr\'cil ~·ou fur one Pntirl' tPrm. We are gl~ll ror thE' opportnni · ties of sen•iN• which ha' e prest>nlt>tl therruelvPs to u , doulJI~· important nu1l Opportun in this lbt' , llli ·l't>niPilniaJ Yl:'llr of a•t>lebrntlon. We ho\·e trl Pfl !11 gi\'e publicit.r to nil the things nttend· not upon uch on t>vent, and to rt>rord the hnppt>ning. thereof, to the best or our abllit,\•. And it is with no littll.' pride that we present to .rou I his grndu ation and Semi· 'entennlnl Issue, whkh is somewhat a departure from the rtsgu lar style of the pnper, :u1 our small par~ in t be celebrations of this ucca ion. But berore allowi ng unr Ongt>rs t1 l'l'll e plying the e k<'ys, we must per· force say a few words in npprecint ion und farewell to tht> • enior clu~s. Thoy btl\'8 be II \'ery forlunat<' in happening to gruJunte from fh(' insti1ulitm at such a time as this, and nnaler suf·h favora.ble au pices. Th e eyeR of all I he former graduates are upon them, interest~ in watching tlH•m pnss th ru nn event \\h il·n the~' hll\'l' xpl:'rietH' t:li in former ,r<'ars. A s t be fifty first ).!ra,Ju:d ing ..t:.J:>s <•f the iu~titution, tlll'y murk 1111' 1·ulmiuu · lion of uu (lrn of en~tcovur uml l!llcceH , and tIt(' hegiuulug of tl uPw era of pru· gres . And ns th bonner henrt>rs of this new t>rR, th e~· hn ,.e u pr(Jtul re,•ortl ou "hid, to slnntl. 'l'h~>lr n ·hit>\'l'meut:. are well kn0\\11 to yt\11 all: tltey no>t>tl no reprtitiou at thiH tim r . uOi•·•• it 111 a.v thul enr lt sur•' t't'tllng t•ln !I will hn,·r to exl'rt ilst>lf tu its utmost ability to urp:u,,!'l 1 or t?\' 1'{1 to equal , till' high tnnJ:ml whlt·h thP,r hnvt' 11t>t. The inIJu ell ('t' they hn,·e t•xertNl, ()nd the ex · :llll!Jit'!l t h t>~· luw<' !ll'l 1 will e\'l'r b o n stimulus to thost> with whom thE',\' hu,··• t•ome iu ronlnl'l, tu spur them on :a grea t r nnd greater a•·hi<' \'Pilii'Uiil. And o1 ,• niors, we lJill ~· ou :Hiil·ot. ~n~ the !!lii' •'(''IS .' ·o11 hn,·e ntt't with nt t·oll.-gt• nttPtul you in t Itt> outside pr!h' t iro) \\orltl of fal'l s. But t>nu tho ~·w• must nr ndiru, tlo nnt t>\'t>r the Lorul~ , hich b.iud you to the in titutlon. E11 · denvor to kt>ep in touch with 118. \VP t rust to he:Jr from you f rom timP It) 1ime, null to ee your nnme often in the ~· olumus of our alumni d Jltlrtmt'nt. Wd will watch with inter l wl1nle\' t'r ~·ou may Jo, or where\'t'r yon mny t;{), an•l trnst that (UI lo~· nl on.'! of Bop~.>, yon w1ll uclecl\ or to kPI!jl shiuing \\ilia r.: plPtulent lustre I ht• goltll'u tliutlPrn ,, hit·h you hnv pluct'll in IH'r crowu. ALUMNI

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in all the newest styles One would think when wnlkiug down 'olll'gr A vcnul• IIIHl glonring townrtl!l Wlnnnts Chnpr l that n tortifl<•otion hn•l h£>t•n Pr<>t:ted in front of Jh p building n'l n d<'ft•nse ugninst unclesirnbles. now· ever, n set•ond look would convince t be ob'len·er thnl it was not a fort, but n rement b nt'h. The rio s of 1910 donal ed a. piree of 1110 onr,\' to thu C'ollt1ge, tlllll it is now n huge derorntion in the fronL ynrd ot thl' ('ompus direcll~· iu rron t or t ht> hn pol st cps.

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It wns our int ention to give nil lhr Jli'OJII•• who v islt <'d rein t I ves nncl friend!! nt ll opP, honoruble ml'ntion, but the list iA HO I on)! t hnt it beromes eut irely im J OliN lL po'!~iblc. It is pleasant to ee so mun~ On Sunday evening, Jun"e)J, ull th · of our mot hers, brothers, sisters, una :1\\t>t>thl•art 1•ome ont, ond with us enjoy II UlllJH'I !!UUIItll'li 011 I h' other ide Oi Proft>io!lt>r .lullll II. li l •luhek cl, etli tlw pii'A'IIIrt•s n1111 ft>'llhities that Hop.• ~· it·nt inslrul'lur, ste:lllfnsl frientl, ntul IJolloncl hn,·e to offer. -.l.uight l.'· g.. utlt> ntnn, kiugly 'hri~tin n, Suturduy uight, ur ratl•er 8undur rt'l't'l ,·e•l t lw uwru in~ 1tl a r from h i11 Lorll lllorniug, ut 1:20 o'l•lot•k, t1fter th ~> ruul h J:,rtlll .to lt'uru thi.' 111ighty myst r· Pngenut, llu• Lukt> Oetl<'\':1 fPIIows putt i1 ol' th~ lit'~· 1~1y:duu . W e uall_v be ,.,1 oul of Ho1lur11l. Tlwy wrre uq lu 1urtuiu, ho\\t'\'t'r, thut thislo\'ed l'rofe:t lht• IJ!!Ill of spirits, uud fro111 lh • r<> -;or \\Ill! 11111 1 II" 8ruwnl111:: ptll !l it, j!Oit'J 1h nt htl\'C I'Offil' iu lhns far, lh r • • IHwk ell hv 1h~ lmtiJeunt'.,s oJ :1 ue\•' !lrt: hu\ iug an t>njo~ able nnd Apirit in olill•·u\ t'r\'. • ,' Il l' must lnl\'1' laka•u up I h•· 'igurnting tinrt' ut th e l'ont'erence. a•·lil'itl;rs of thut ntlwr \\urlrl with th • --ft--.~ww t·tudid~>th' l' tllld ,;vrl.'uity wiLh fo'ridny 1111011 owiug to the ubseu,•t• Cll' ,, hh•h lu.> twrforuu•tl his work whH~ ~I r'4. Llurfc>l', Mi Nt•llit' Rmn llegnn of hPrt· IIJII'III t•Url h. 'l'hert'fOrl', dt'f'Jl I h.> tit·in tt>t l at the hell-works in YoorhN' · uur Kurnm, t..l•'l'l'l'r still ilj •lining hnll. It wns \'l'ry grntilylng lh null! I he tine or(it>r I hn t was oh en· I'll 11 ur iWII!It' ol' thuu kfulllt:bi4 ft>r this a · urau t: t•. durin~ lht> au cure of the offit•iuls. --olu twt•kiug tht• -;t •· r~1 of lht' llc\'1!1' .\11 of lht• Sllldt: IIIS hn ve Shown t'X 1l,\ iu~: iu tiUl'lll't' l'ruf t!.d•H 1\lrinhc·ks~>l l' \l'rh.·tl ou u:;, \\~ ut•t-~1 hu t t·ont emplate ~·('lll' ll I !!pirit cluriug I he pu I week o ~ 1\\u. The tine oppl'nronl·e of the cam 1ht> fn r t 1hut he \\us a mnn who "IIC\'t:r JHI'I, lltlll th r Slll' t'eJtll of all ncth•ilies or uiJ tlu· truth to ::.t..'r\' c lh " hour," !l . (' the week wns lnrgPiy due to the willin~· IIIIUl Whu f'\' •r '' kt')tl the \\ Illlt'lll'!IS 0 . -.oul. • · M ay uur ro u.utou meditut io•a u£':1!'1 uu tl11' purl of tlae true Hopt>il £'!1 to uvuu hi11 \\ " ll·tougbt fi~:ht, his well-fin · ''" tlwir Rhnre iu pushing tbinga nh~>nd. -o-i~he•l •·nur:~r, ltis well·kt>pt. fttith, uni t£• lt WlJultlu •t havt~ Iuken you len mlnnur hearts iu th t> t'lliUllllion of hi nolJit• utt·~ Wt•tlllt•. day ufternuou tu pn!ls :t ••xumpJ(I. dozen miiP~tones; for ut lust the Junior POR TilE 'TUUt-;N'l' 'OUNCIL, ,\ nnual~ hn 1l <·nme. Their demand roultl Walter A. Scholten. ~ml,r he pr"'·etl by lht• f'ager t·ustomeJ :J thut iwuat>clinlt'l,\' thronged the offit•e of Y. W. C. A. tlw lh•e~ot.• Bro\\'l·r Text ·Book·Agent·y. 1\ hilt- tht• upprerirttion of them we nlsn 'l'hc lnlll llll't'1iug uf tlu.- s1•hool ,\'t'll ! h•ll\' l' to ,ro11r judg na•nts from whnt yo11 ''' lt:. 1•·•1 hv out' of the H<'nior:~, Hnrn ~l't' Ulltl ht':lr. \Viut••r. ti,.r llllhjt.>••t wnR, • 1 Vnl•:ttiou - n-II 'r itlll' ur Hl•l rogrcs ion or All · Thur!41lll,\' forenoo u Milestone i!n tlaml,·an•·•··" 'rltt• points ttrtlll~ht nut wt•rt• ia!lm Hlllll!'\: hnt 11bsided in favor of th \'t>r,\' prul'lit·ul, \':tt•ation i~ 11 li111c t' · • llupc 'ulleg,• ong Buoks, '' whirh tit i uk uf :uul wurk fnr others, enpN· iull.'· 1nu•lt' their nn1i.·ipn lt>ll •lebut Thurstlay to ilhow uur purt·Ui ll thnt Wt' nr•• fit • r'un•uou n a.11l whil'h wert• re.·Pi\·ed with l•rt'l·latinK the th iui(K till'~· :trt' tloing fM nn II':IR lu•art~· demon trntioo of ap ""· Ht•t·ou•ll,v, \'Ut·ntioll is a time iu l'rU\'td uutl npprel•iatiuu than they sure whid1 enl'lt onl' hllll time to think unJ to ly •lesen·e. r('u tl hooks wort It while. 11 0 1hc•r-l, ' ' -qwus thl' kq word to her talk, nnJ it \ l'tlut.•sdny forenoon iu bnpol, Presi· wug u hl'ttut iful !·losing llll' sage, whit·lt 1lt•u t Vt•ut,I'UJn t·n ll('tl upon Leounrtl 1 ·n~· lt girl will rP mt•ntlll'r Juring the sn nt· ' ' nh•utfi of lite class of ' lG to given few wortl~ in pre. l'ntntion or the benutitul mer. .,, ~t luturs hf Abrnhnm Lincoln and Y. M. 0 . A. Dr mo!!lh(lncs whi,•h the members of hi'! ,.:o11s hu\'t' gi\•ou to the t·ollege. Mr. 'l'lt•· ln11t tm•rllng of th e Y. M. C. A. \'ut cmu, ta kt>n h.'' Aurpri11e, responde•! \\':J'i hPhl ln ~t 'I'ue!!tluy t>vPning. lt w :ts 11 words !lltnple, but .vet exac t!~· e:<· :1 nll't·ting thnt mad t• thr mt>n think . prt•!!sh·e or what the s t uilen~s appre· '}'he 1111 lijrl'l, •' Rl'll <'cl ions,'' wns a \'l'r." •·iated . I i111eh• Ollt', 111111 Wall Wt'IJ trell tPd hy lhtc• lt•:&tlt>~, ~tr . •\ . Vnn Westenherg. H•• The mt>eliug --a-in 'hopei Wed uesd.l,\' luokPtl hnek u\•Cr I he p:tst four yPars fore noon wns a great-sprited one. All of hi )ifl', hn lily revie\Ving lhl' S U I• ,.Ja es hart passed up to their newly in. , •., 81'11 anti failurPs Wllrrh hod ht>l.•n herited seats, ext•ept for the Senior • his Juring the four yenrs of Y. M. (!. 1\ ho grcu·t>ll, I he 0 's bunk. The ue v A. work . }( p poluted out to the ft.'l I !ollege song ''The Orange nnd Blue'' lows wht>n• the dnng rs lay 1 Ollfl prl' wns sung for the fir t time by the whol.~ 'lt'll ll'd thl' lllt!ll ll pre\·eutiug mish::l fhl "tudcnt body. Prof • ykerk 's ( fit ~' ut tlu• tlifllt•ult pa11se whlt·h nrf' 911!'•' tentl t'r'll) rongrolulnUons on the fino to l1t' founll on ~\' ('r~· liftl t•ourse. J t is 'll nging, and t>\'f'r,\'one '11 compliments. to ulwn\'s rnthrr sod to have ntl the en· I he writl•rs ot it, we a ll felt were most t.rl'l ~r tlw \'. M . lt>ll\'t' i hut it is piPn~· Alut·t>rt>ly gl"en. ing to hU\'e thl'lll tell or the Lenetlt!l !11111 t't>llowship 1hey hnve gniued (rom I h;• 'rhe new .Jubilee yell, composed by J. meetiug . ~r. Doslter, '17, took tbe bouse no leL"J When they IPavP, it mnkNI I h~· h.v storm; in fact tbt~ roof stayed on otbt>r t•ht 1'8 step into greater sphPrt>s with ditllculty. of r~ ponslbllity, ond feel tbat it is their dtl ty to do just a litt le bett er OOBUO!'ION than t ho:~e who htwe jnst left the train In last Wj>t>k 'tt isztue of thc ANCHOR ing t•o mp, nnll who ha\'e put to ns t ht' t he name!! nf Henry Van Dyke ani! maxims for good lh •lng wbit'lt t he.'' Ml\rluu11 Vau Puttou were inadv~rtentl,\· have lt>arned. omlttrtl from the list or driPgates tu

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The UopP l'oll('gta A.umni A:~ 1wlutlou ttwt on t hl' nftflrnoon nf WC?thlt>lldO,II ,Jun~> :! 1. Aft r dl pPnsing with the nu nnl routine -busine!l'9 nn•l •li!k·uS:~i~• l( 1,J11 u for t hf' fu t~m· wPifnre aull pro•· Jwrl ty or lfopP, I lw A1I'!OI"itrt nu: T~lli· ,.1 ~•lNI 10 l'lt>i'l oftli·~>rs for the rn8uln ~ \'PUr. ThC' ro:lowing \\l'r(> clao!U'II: Wlt•ht>rs, 11!1; tw.·r.-tary- The Ue\'. Beu· l,uke ClcUP\'B Conferenre. The mnnog~> · Pr~IJent-Tbe Re''· H. J. Veldma n, ja.miu Hoffman, '95; Treasurer- Prof. ment hereby apologizes for the O\'er· ' li2; Viee·Preaident- Prot. WfDanJ Edward D. DimDeot, '9&, sight. "'

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P. S. BOTER & CO. ST DENTS We thank you for past patrona~e since succeeding Mr. mith. Wishing Seniors success and ready to welcome you all next fall at opening of school.

La~•·enee Drug Co. Succe11on to C. D. SMITH

HOTEL CAFE SPECIAL 25c DINNER Special Change Every Day. Lunches put up to take out.

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Careful supervision of the health and morals of the students. .Flourishing Young Men's and Young Women's Christian Associa· lions Literary Societies for men and women School of Music- vocal and in· strumental. Prius. Scholarships. Lecture Courv.

"Michigan should know more of this institution. Only recently have I come to a more comprehensive understanding and appreciation of t he splendid work done here. I have learned t hat out of nine Rhodes Scholanhip eligibles in t he State, five are graduates of Hope College, and from my good friend. J udge Steere, of t he Michigan Supreme Court, I hive the statement that Rope Col lege is doing the highHt l the best and the most perfect work: of ita Iliad in America. J fb d you rank among the world luden here In the classics."

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The Western Theological Stminarr of the Rtfoamed Church of America is localled in Helland ad. joirling the College Campus. Corps of Experienced lnatnlcton

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41HOPECELEBRATES SEMI· ALUMNi BANQUET AT HOPE HITS HIGH SPOTS

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At 1!!:30 P. ~l. whPn t he nutli~>nt'•' \\a be• omlng rl'.;tll' and mnn.v wer~ lea,·i-ng thf' building, the Rt>L John '.\1 \"ander ~ll'uiPu, D. D., '91, st11ppe 1 upon thP rO!Itrurn nn.l S:I\' Pt.l th P dn..- . 'Th1 <~ • 'tH!ltorlt·ul hurr;,•anP " irorn 111 · South rook hi :~ nu.lttl• t'l h.' <;IMiu. 1.1 glo·,\ ang t rrm~ h•• '< Jiuhl' ot' tht> fu turo' glc.r~· ol Hot"'• "lio,l \\ant'l IL~ tu l'n···· th l' t'utur<', '' he "rti•l. · · .lt>su~ ""' i. quarPI.'· IJI't'Mi> 11-1 \\ he11 HP taught u, to pray, ·Tit~· 1\ingdCJm o·omr. ' • · 'l'hP bt>~l th ing \\f' •':JI: J n lor tht! l1l'r 0t'~ of th t> J•:l r is to li' .. 11111 their tlrl'a•u an•l mok P it , oml' trnP . Anrl tht> bP:ii ~ lng about that tlrrn m 1-. thnl "'' •·:Itt <lat>nm nn•l •lrf'nru it O\'l'r :1nrl O\'f'r ngain. ·' Dr \'ruult>r ~l f•tt le• n ··lo!lt>tl wial, an ori~tinnl pOPrn \\ hi··h \\'3!1 l'll!lily I he· hi t of the f'rtlirl' \\f'Pk ot' •·••ll'llrntiou. At thi'4 point thl' Rf'\'. ll nrr.' · P. Bunt '00, Uf'li\'Prf'<l a •·ongratuln tory mP, !lllg•• for t1te ~ ressengt>rs ot' ll opr, nfiPr "hi•·u Dr. Yennema reontl tht> rr'lult of tlu• r ampaign for no in•' reased endowment ()f $50,000. It appearPd that Ropt> friends bad outdonl' t hPm~eh·es, nnl contributE'() $6,200 more than thl' amount desirl'd . The Ron. Oerrit J DiE'Ikc>ma, ' 1, 1h• rO\'ernOT·eler t-to-be of the Old Woln•r ine tntc.>, then exhibited ont> of hi~ sparkling gems of eloqueni'P, pre:·· A

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Hu..t1 wvrd f'X)Ir£>ss 111 a uut -;Ill': I 'lilt'~, t• tJJvr:l, I lite lllltl l'fet•d-., 1\ o•rt' !I! lht• fnl'l~ tlf th ~ Aollllllll b:llltjlll' l \\hidt rt'UJ,\' llllh'lt Ill \'\ I!Jl'll"\' VII lfe.- l'UIII JI Ih . wns hf'ld Itt 1ht> large tlining ruo111 ul p,., It~ pi I hi: lllt,~l i11 teresting,- u11d t'l't the Ottnwn BPn•·h HotPI ou ln:.t F'ri tnlul.' thl! 1110111 signiticant,-ol' tiH' "~" Dutc h Children Appearing in " The P ageant ot Hope." dny e\'t>nin~. It wns ~~~· fur the lurgt•'lt bnnut!rs was I hut Jlspla yt>ll b,\' th£' da ~­ and most sut•t.>e ful ufYnir of its kiu•l pf J tiO, which bore lhe muttu: "'l'uu 1 P\'f'r gh·rn IJy the Alumni A sol'intin11 dt>m llt snn·ulus arbor." )lall,\' Wl'r•• of ll<>pe 'ollegf'. the meeti11gil n111.1 greetings uf uhl About one huat~lrt>d tift~· of tht> L:.~u .friends, and 111111: h sp•rit wus uaanife11t qut>ff'r!l hatl to '"' ll•'•·oJnmodat~l 111 cJ as till' huge throng took posse sio.a thc ~lnl•u lnwa Yol'ht 'luh nt·ross th.· of the streets. Up 'rwelfth treet, U0\\11 Bay, l'ros'4ing to the Hotel Inter to l1f'U1 Ri\·er A'·enue, anti thl' ll down Tentu Dr. Matkenzie Thrllls Vast Throng Graduate of the Olt.ss ot 1866 Ohosen the spenkf'rll of 1he evening. The mPn•· ~treet to Un.rneg1e Uyuma!liulll, wus 1hl' Wlth Matt Wess E loquence. Pres.ident hers of lht> lienrrtt.l ynoJ wert' tit · liue uf mnn·h. J::\·ery tl\' niluLI.- J•Uilll of ,.u11 luge I' ron1 wit i··lt 1u ur.~n·t' tlw gupst. of the A 'lOC' iul iu11. 'rl11· lnll·•·ulaurt>ull' '!Prvit·c• fo r Hmw ', - During hrr srmi·centc.>uninl eelebr~· Dr. J ..1. ~l t>rSPII OJif'IIPtl lir:.t lirt• b. pro•·t• 'lion wus t~lkl'll, :wtl 1111111," \H'r•· Sl·uiu r .. La "' \\lh hrld Hu1ulay P\' enin~, tiou Hope was grE'atly honored by hav· W4'lt·oming t hr ~ trnngPrs to Hol:nu.t. th r exvn•ssion!l of .uq•rlst• :tllll :llhlli l.t .fuuc• h . .-\11 atulil•ut·t' thn.t utilize I iu~ Rs gue'lts the members of the und nftcr llU,riug u. ft>w \\utds foa tiou us the difTe rP nl clu :le'i nwrl'lll'U l.y. ,., er." :t\' ail ~lillt• Jllll'e in IIOfJ<' r hnr1•:, Ornt'ral ~,rnotl of I he Reformed Church HopP Oollf'gt', lw iHtrodut·f'l) tht.> lon'>l · At. t'l•11teuuiul Pa.rk th l' prot't'ssi fl l t• te'"•·llt, uanur ludttl( turnt•ll nwn ,r iu Ameril·tt, this being the first time muster for the l'\'t>ning, the Hon. li. J bulte•l fur a ft>w miuut,•-. itt urtkr t•o l1111~ ilefurtt 1)11' )luur 111' 1 (u r thl' lH'r\'ICl'. rhnt dl9tinguished eeclesiastical body Olf'kPmn, ''our next tiovprnor.'' ~~ ~· . listen to t'OII(frlltlllt~lory :... ulilfli!lll:o a11l 'I'latt Kl'llllllll th l ,re·ur WU'! (Jrrnt'llc I hn. ever held its sessions in Holland. Diek('Jll.!l cnllf'tl tlr11t on the Rf'\'. Dr. wurlls of woll·ouw to tho U!'lloral i:i,\'llo.t fl.\ I~~~ t{f'\ . 1J'h011111'4 Ji :l 1111!1 ~1(ll' kenzi£ 1 After u uelightful intercourse of seven t'nrrnr of New York Cll,\'1 who spokc by .\ lnyor Jobn \' uuderglui11. Ur. I'"' ·: \'Cry highly of Hope on the suhjec 1 • .\lul•rtly kt·, 'liU, the II \\l,r e•lt•dt••l r.~... IJ. ll., or F'lu!!hiug, X1•w York, a fJreo ch· da,,·s we are all convinced that for • The Hand o! Poit h in thl' East ex ideut of that uugu~tt IJoJy, Kll\'e a IJn~t o:r of lllllllltlll l nhllit,r Ullil l'xt ruorllinnrr brilliancy of mind, warmness of heart, tends to HopEI in thE" Middle WPSt. respouse, after whi ch, with yell:. :J11•1 po\\ er. Thrtwut h i<~ Tt.>r." excellen 1 di 'l· and votentinlity of soul, t he leaders a nd The next speak<>r was Dr. Euwur·l sou~s fteigb ted wiLL tl1l' ripirit uf Ull •·uur e• hr hc•hl hl-4 oudit>ue·t> llfJt'II ·LounJ. repre eutati\•es of the oldest and moat Strick, the only living medlt!al miMiOI.· Hope, the marchers prul'lll!Utu.i tu tit.· II•· tuuk u11 laiR I<'X I for tht' e\'Pnlng, flt-· cosmopolitian denomination on the cGnnry now repr~u.1 ing fu>pe College. Gymnasium 10 rel·eive tho oubllu.r!lttt 111 hn•W!I I J : 27, ' I ror ho &nllurt>th na Bel'· tinent ha\•e no equal. ing Him who 111 ln\'lslble." His theme was" MP&sengers of flope". eloquenct> toretl up for them therl!. At t.bis opening ession the Synod and br spoke in ,·ery touch.ing terms t'f -o--Striklug fl!l'l'ltlgt><~ of the st~rmon fol · paid what Dr. Vennema later termed tbo!lf\ sent out by our college to th•· Dr. J . ~1. \'under Meulun or Loui11villo·, low: '• a delicate rompliment, '' by electing miMion. fields. Ky ., wi t h the subject • • Shibboleth:.· '. "Thrt-~ ut' the grentl'~t worJs in lhu as its president one of the t hree sur· Anthon~· \'nn West l'nbE'rg, preshlt!u. Dr. \' under Mt>ulen spoke in his usu.ll English lnnguagl' nre Choose, Striv,,, ,·ivwg members of the Class of 1866, of the Senior ('la!l!l, then spoke briefl,. eutt>rtainlng way, and his striking hum Endure. ' ' that gifted, scholarly, devoted veteran on the brilliant re•·ord of the dns9 an•l or nt timc.>s, formed a striking contra!l .. It is onlr b~· tbt! ad of l'hoice that of God's army, the Re\·. Peter .Moer· at 0 ga,·e o tour hing tnlk un Prv ' . \dt b the serious t hou~ht wllldJ tullln•ol , ,, can enter 1010 l.ft> No t until th o dyke, D. D. Dr. Moerdyke was t he win· J . 11 . RlPinhek. PI aatJ the 1 a thl' body of his adJrel!s. ~\htl .says, • I will , tu Go.l, tlOl''l. it begirt ner of a ver,\· interesting and exciting t.alk un Prot'. KIPtnla·k'lPI, and tl1 .. in Crt>dit for the e.xceplloual :.uc.:e:;:! .. : 10 lh i' " battle, he being gi>en a close race by pi rat ion whirh hP ~· er ius IiiJI.'tl iJ, tit •• 1he b::~oquet i!l due grt.>.lll.' tv 1h.- b.u ol "Titt> ~r .. att> 1 of :til worJ itt the the now never·to..be·forgotten preac her stul!Pnl to 1\o hlghE'r t hings. work llone by the cu1111ttitt "P in t• h::.r~ · . t .. trua tion of t>hnrnrter i :~ Puuurt"' . " of the baccalaureate sermon, Dr. Tbos. ThP Jlou. Thomas J. O 'Brirtt uJ t •'OIII!Ju!leil of Prof. \\' )to.uaJ \\\dt.·l , "'l'h ~ pre'!PI~t till,\ •~ 11 ,Ia,\' rha t ra ~ H . Mackenzie, of Flushing, New York. Grand Ra pid , wt>ll knowu tliplumttl. All Ueorge £. Kul!c.• .. nJ Dr. J . J. ri.-q \\itlt it grtlat bopr", bur th o:~e hope'! Ou the first electing ballot the vote followf'd with nn :u11 Jrt>s 011 th t> mili ~l<'rsPu, president of the Alumni Asso Jt·pl'IIJ for thl.'lr rPal11.a tiou, not upon stood: Dr. Moerdyke, 68; Dr. Macken· tnr.v J1roLIPm ot' tht> •'OUHt r~·. He eulo~ citltiOII tie, 67 ; Dr. Mulford, 33. The final baltod n~ , Lut upuu ,Jay~ to ~ou1e. • • i1E'd llopt> l'ollt>g~>, a11J SJJ(IkP fl't>li 11 gl: - --- u- -- lot returned the Hope man a wiuer, .. Xl·:.t ' " 11te ,,u,H-r ut' rht' ::!(ltrat -,r Nt>arly :lt>H' U buudreJ students, r.:p of those "ho foundeu the ··ommunit' li uol , lht'rr l'l uu po\\Pr lake the J)()W"r the \'O te standing 99 to 85. Dr. Maett' <'Ill ing ele\'t' ll Michiga n Colleges, in whi··h tlu· t·ollPgP i. lnl·!llt>tl. h:i\t' \'OIUiilt!eri>d to gi\'t~ lh;ir sen·k : s ut ' I r .. ~ Illite·, ,lf!letuunr•.t, anJ endurinK kenzie was thereupon chosen as viceDr. .J . W. Bt>nrd. lf'l' ~pokr 011 · · Tlw president. 1111111 . • F'u•·ult if'lf,'' hen ring l'~I•Pt•inlly 011 1h • us local or state leader In the .Micbig'\11 ' ' .\ 1111111 olt•l•·&lll iu,..J i!l tl• lllfiSI invlnt•.· 'I'he • .vnod t rnnsaf'ted most of its relnlion11 pxiRtlng hetwrrn Htndent~ unol Dry 'a mpuign Their llilll will bo tu IJI1•, - but u1t1~· ul111u. t Tnskll I'Uch of us busin('SS at Hope churc h, altho some or make Michignn tlry In the next No teachers. It!&\ t' tu ,,e..rurnt ur•· too great for our its . mee tings were held at the Ottawn Dr. Huttnu, profr. 11nr nl C'olunthl.a \' t• miJ~r elect iou . .. urth l,\· puwt'r. Tht> uul,\ wny yon nn•l Benl' h Hotel, where its members were Univrrsit.'' t hr~ <lt•Ji,·erC'tl n fe\\ \\ Ortl , 'l'.:a•· h, ur mnrry miuisters, is the lot I •·uu l'lltlllrt> i-4 as st>riug Him who ill entertained. ot grPI.'tiug from lht• tlui\·er!lity Nl Hut ••· of most l'o Pds at La wrence <.:ollege, iu\ isillk \\\ • nt.>t>d the musi · of some ollege ou 1br o••,·asiou ul t h ~ ..... : Wi~H'Onsill . or the tlve hundred antl dh·illl.' glor~· I'Om rng down upon us front lost the battle, nobody ever was fo.-· Centennial •'elehrn 1ion . saken in camp, wi t hout ha~•ing cloted tift\' l'O eJs alrendr grnJuateJ o\·e1 I abo,·e '' . . ' I The last spE>aker of the "''E-nin~ \\a ... half huve • · su(•c umbed to either ont> ·' Keep e,·,•r Lefore ~·ou r e~ es t h·· hls eyes to the vision of conquest, and was otTerl'd hy nr. J. W. Benrdsll'l", Sr. or both of t bese decrees.'' 'isiou of J sus hrist. Nobody e\' U dulled his ears to its music. '' the Doxolog~ wn <~ •mng, and th e RP• Gerrit Dnugrpmond, '66, pror, , tno,.,, tht~ benPCiil' t ion. Tht' au.lienr E' lt-ft t h· building, , on\·lnl·e,t rhtH the g~or~ nf tlu Orange nnJ "BhtP i., tla ~ l:intl ot' g i111 that ~hnll nP\'Pr fntlr .

Oream of Institution Participat es In Hon. Splendid Dxercl!:es. 'l' hr houf\'1 ~1'1 for llupP''< Semi ('en tt'nnini•·PII'hrnt ion funn•l c 'urm'gil' O,rtn. JIAI'KPtl to tht' tiri'·M•·nJH'"· lull.'rt'Stl' I frirutli from nil ,,,.,,r t ht• ''orltl Wf' r•• pN>st'nt to porti•·ipntP iu •·nutrnt•mnrnt ing thP hnlf t·rn tur.' ' nf ""'\i,·r• of th·· grt>Oit''ll littlt• t•OJIP~t' ill tlt t> o•nuutry . Thr RP\'. l'r tl'r :\l tlt' rtlykt>, n. n ., 'Hti, \\ ho but onP tiny prP\'iou~ hntl hPI•u hon()rt><l with thl' higlu~l otllo·P withi n . II' gift of thl' RPfonliP\1 •·hur••h, rlt'li\' flrf'llthP in\'O•·ntion. \'ery imprrsgi,·rly hr implorl'ri thnt thMP of thr pr~nl gPnProtion might • •gin• lhf'mq(lh•P!I 1111 rP l.'r\'t>tll,,· to thP grrnt ·· nn~P whil'b W!l-4 tbP qnprl'lllf' 1JP\' Oii011 ol' th Pir atll'l'~ ton in t 'hrist '·. Presldt'nl :\ nw \' rnnt>mn , '79, t hPn l,t:l\ P till ntl.trr<~ nf wr·lnllh•' to the IIPn t>r::1l R.' nn•l. llrirfl.' · ro·\'il'\\ iug Hnpr ·.. wnrk .turin~ thr lift ,\' y••:tr'~ 1tf lu•r Px i'IIPil•' t'. fi r lflOtl•• totl •· hin~ rPfrrrno• · to thl' · · hig II\ •·. · ' - Prof,•q~nr<l f\(,Jll"n, K~l'inhl'kqrJ, Sutphrn, RuPr<~ :11111 Yntl'm:l -who togt>lht>r hO\' P gi\'!'11 Hopi' un" hnndrPd sixt~· · two ,\' l'lHS of •·ontinuou~ l.'r\'i•·e. Or. ~l oPrdykP rrspondrd, •·om· menting that tlu> ''twig hnd indPetl bP •' orne a trPe. '' Tht> Rt>\' , Ht>nry E. DoRkt>r, D. IJ., '7•1, r<>nd an orig-innl JH>Pm whl<'u ' grnphit'n llr ~lrpil'lt>d t hP histor)' of Hope. ThC' t itlt> or t hf' mastPrpiet•,• wa!l: " p ra Tu In Dt>o ". Tho RP•'. . Dr .longf', ' !!, tf'n•l an inter('Rtin~-t nntl inslrul'li,·e histori•·nl skPit'h of Ill •' institution.

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Hundreds of Aluoml have spent the put week 1n Holland sharing in tb•• Semi·Cen.tennlal celebration of thel: Alma. Mater and helping to mn'ke it 11 glor.lou sue«.'Pss. lasa·mates bav'l gathl'red from far IUid near, from Eut and W~t. The rampu& hns been the «'ene of mn.ny a joyful reunion of old friends, profe !Mlra and atndents. 'fba alumni editors wish that they could' mention e,rery alumnus tu1d alumna. wl•o bas spent till IRAt few daye in.Rolwui, but this would be an entlles task.

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Rev. Verne ggel, and wife who was formeTiy Loui.se Warn buts, '09, are spending their &ix weeks' vacation iu the city. Rt>''· Oggel is pastor of 1\ church in New Pn.llz, N. Y. ~

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Agnt>s Stn.pleko.mp Blekklnk, ' 11, of CanojobnriP, N. Y., arri\·ed In Rolland last week Tuesday.

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Rope Colh'ga was lmOOrecJOy ha.VU.g Hl'v. Peter Moerdyke, n..ml.'mber of its first gradun ting ela . , elected 1111 pr~i· dent ot the General S~nod. The rollow· ing alumni w11r uelegtlll' or th \l ynod: The Rev. Messrs. J . P. Winte:, '91; G. J . Penning , '05; J, De Krnker, '0 ; J . Van Peursem, '01; A. T. Bruins, '95; 0. De .Jongl', ' !!; E. Kelder, '96; P. II . J()nker, '01; . H. , pnnn, '99; 1.. Boe\'P, •o:t; W. Denekns, '01; A. Oste:· ho/, '0~; H . .T. V ldmnn 1 'fl2; W. l'. Wulvoord, '0 ; J . 0. Meengs, '9 ; W. Duven, '0 ; 0. Dnngremond, '66; A. Knrrt>mau, '03; and B. T. Hondeun!:1 '00.

Hop '~' experts on 1h·· 1 ·unit~ 1·ourt urglN't ed t be 11cm i· eul ~u u i.d t·l•.l•hra lion just long enough to glYe the flrn:1tl Hupids 1 'Y" team, Rut ll'tlgt> anu Bartz, n ounrl dmbbing. Saturda,\• aft crnooo Ln.wn•uce DalmM nnd Gordon OJtmnns tlefeal d said team to the tune of 7·9, 11·2, G 1, thus adequately revenging th~ •lefent sufiere~ n.t their hands somo time ago.

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THE SOOIETIES AND THEm NEW· Dtrl'CIIMEN MAKE THEM LAUGH LY ELECTED OFFIOEBS:

NEW COLLEGE SONG BOOK

A romonee which started aevernl yenra ago wht'n both we-re Cl8.881llates lit tho collt>ge re!lulted in the marriage oa Thursday aft rnoon, June 22nd, or Rev. AlexMder Van Bronkhorst, 13, nn1 Miss Helen Do Mnngd, '13, both ot ooperavllle. The I'Premony took place In tb Rdormed burch there. Mr. VtUI Bronkhorst rec.'ently graduated from th, Westt>rn Thcologll'al Seminary, nod w'ill tak~ his bride to J apru1 in Auguat.

An elabonte brealt.fRat in honor ot the gradMtlug claBa was Jeiven by Mrt. Durfee, Tueadn.y mnrulutc, nt ::ll o'clock. The f:abL Wad ul)(!ora h'l(l h daisies ami ferns, tho color ecbeme lul lng green IUld white. This annunl broakfn'lt hns proven a great sueces~t, and Mrs. nurfoo 111 certainly a deligltt rut hostotti. Informnl Hpeecbes wer given by &e\'· eral members ol 1he I'IR'l!l, In '' ht~• , they expre ed their grntihuh• tn tr•. Durfee tor her unth·Jng t':fortq uutl uhl to them during tbe..ir •·nlleg • 1 ounc After brenldallt the cla s sojourned 1 , the rl:'cept lcm room for nn inlormal so· tint hour. Ttw domltory Junior girls JU'tt>d n11 wailrP s. Covers were laid for !ott.y:.sev.en... 11- "':"l - - ~ • 1'. ~ ":a\ - -TENNlS TEAK DEPEATR ORAND RAPIDS .. Y" __ Dalman and Oltman& '4'-.1.:: Rt venge on rumtture Olty Men.

After mor(' or It> s deln~· the new Boj)f\ College ong Book has arrived t4oro~iaJ:for distribution. lt is t.hl• first book Pre .-~o)'hin \'an \'t>s em of its kind l'Vt!r publlshNJ ror Hopi! Vice Pres.-Marguerit Meyer oll ge, nnd containing nll the Hope c 'y- J. Vnn Zan ten Songs ever sung from the founding t.; Tren .-Muriel Forluine. the pre!fent date, which makes it of n lphi :considerable interest Wstoricnlly. The Pres.-Amt:liu Me11niug words of nil the songs ba\•e been writ· Vil'e·Prcs.-G S huurmau I t'll b~· BopE> Alumni or students, anJ &c.- Prances Dyke also much of the music. The Book con Tren .- Nellie De Graft tn.ins all the alumni !tOngs, sll the Col· R. of A.- F. Kort~rlue. lege sollg'!J, Luelodtng- the new o.tll inl Prn.t ernnl :prize song, " 'IIhe Orn nge and Blue," Pres.- Z. Z. Luid('us all the Hope pro essionals, and eig:1t Vire·Pres.-Mnx J. Reese songs of all tho literary societies ora l"C'.-Wnlter holten also includ.ed, be~idl's !feverel eon~ Treru~.-Jaek Karsten. written for variou celebrations and Oi'Casions relating to the Achool. Tho "'o mopoliton: Pt> s.-Ed athl'arl music composed for the Pageant o~ Vice·Pres.-Q. Marvin Brower Hope is also found in ~be book . S t•.-F.Idred Kuizengn 'l'reaR.--Qhas. De Vries SENIORS CELEBRATE WITH BON· K. or A.•Tohn A. Klarreu FIRE .l<witor-llnlph Korteling. After the I'Otmtlelll'l'lllCut exereist>d f{nickerborker:Prt>tt.- Fred Mulder lo t Weduestloy night, the £1uiore ad \'ire- Pres.-Paul Vis cher journPd to the nthl~ti field, where thev . Den Uyl er. gathered around a hugt.> fire or ltnt bnr K. of A. -J. )fullenburg rels, boxe!l, and t~e.. They formed fl 'horiRt er- .l ns. A. Bof'tm:m largf> circle .nbout rhe Ore, gi\'ing yells Jnuitorn . Kloo tl.'r. nod singing the nt>w college song, Phil:ulelphos:11 Orange anrl Blue''· Pr s.-J'ohn H ne\•eltl. A ln..rge l'rowd of spertntors filleJ th11 Vit·c· Pres.W. Chapin bn<'kgr-ound, witnessing the procedure, Scl•.- .t\. DUUil('WOid and were pr \'ent.ed from prenrnturel.v Tren .-E. Ueoreu. igniting the hug pile owing to the

vigilant serviC'e& of Orren D. Ohopmn!l and Mnx .T. RePs&. When the last dying ATHLETIO ABBOCIATION ELEOTS emher no longer .-rurt its shndow on th ' NEW OFFIOIALB floor, the ~ la s.<t betook themselves <to th~ Hotel Cafe, "·here they pa.rtook of a Year Oloaea With a Nice Surplus Jn midnight dinner. Then tor the la:~t Tbe 'lreMUry. time ~ reweUs were said, null the'· slowly departt>d, one by one, iJJto the The Athl tic AssG\!Iotion helil its darkness nnd the night. lust meeting ot the year 1915·16 on MELlPHONE PBOGB.Ail A BIG Tuesday afternoon. The treasurer rc· 80001188 ported a urplus in the trensury of ap proximately six ty dollars. St ps were coon&lnnl'd from Ill Paael taken toward putting the association on ner in which they presented t hi!! eom· 11 better business basis, a committeP fldy. The l'hararters were : "William belug appointed to look into the pro· Hastings, a reporter, .Jac.'k Boon; Tbom· posal to adopt t11e eommls ion form of all Englund, attorney·at·law, Tuoi goverument. Baker; Dr. Edward Curtis, George Zust; The following newly·elet• tf'd oftleers David urtls, Darmouth Freshmau, will have charge or the Assodatlon du r· Ernest Van den Bo.aeh; Rftrland Wit· ing the ensuing year: kina, another Darmouth :Freshmn"l, Dlre\'tor- lrwln Lubbers, '17. Abraharu Bybrandt; Harry Strickland, Francis Ihrman; Vineent Calhoun, Jutl· Secretary-Willis J. Potts, '1 . Treasurer-Max J . Beese, '17. son Staplekamp; George Jefferson Reo· ry ~' his valet, JuJiuJ Gebhard; Jere· Baski.'t Ball Yanager-Wiluam R. miah Hinkl, a eonatable, Johu Wierda; Ten Baken, '17. Sam Rinks, his JOn, Harold Karsten; Assistant Buket Ball Manager- Wsl .ra..cm ~ B.-au, a. trat•PN, Albert Van ter A. Scholten, '18. Nederynn; and Arthur Hatch, poatmas Foottxlll Manager-Fred Vot, '1 . ter aod storekeeper at Kimble Corner•, Track Manager-Jacob Elting, '17. Laurenee Hamburg. Mr. TllDiJ Prins di· Base Ballllgr.-Jaek Kartten, '18. reehtd tbe plaJ. '

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(Continuf>d from 1'agu Out.>) nn original poem, IUld his produc.'tio·1 Rhowed thn.t some dny ll op1• may hmH of an iiiU1!1riOIII\ poet among its grat)ll 11 tes. The president of the sodl'ty rt'nllPn··l .t rt't'i tnth·e t'n lllled " Haunt> •lJl h ~t Voetbalveld," and by his masturl) 1 d tlng en used I hl" audience to burst n•tt in rontinuous laughter. . 111·\'Pr hPt'or •, we became arquainte•l \\ ill! Llw 111cn 1 lug ot a real pme oC football. Tl1 • next nnmher )\' R nn ora lion delivl'rr l by P. De RooR, who ngnlu :thowt>d bi111 elf a born ornl.()l'. Arter thi uumh1·r the Knickerbo ·ker Quart-ette for a sec· ond time l'ntertainl'd flle audien e, an·] " before greatly plensl'd them. B. Mol· iler rl'nd the budget and ftung the on· tents of t be "Rap Pot " iu 'ery J rection. With no exr~ption rveryou• got ll. square deal. The oncludu1g nUJll · bt'r given \Ytl8 t~ dlulo~u·· t'utillt•,i, "Potogratlf Telephon ' t." In Ihe P"• tormance of this number lou J..iffc1o.tt membt•rs showed tbeil " '1:.ity in t'arrv· ing their parts. The produ<'tion itself indicated amone other things the wick· ednesr. of strong drink and a I sson may he drawn from it. As 11 whole tho 'llrrying out or the program was • grand succe~~d. r&ATERS HOLD

82.ND ANNUAL

BANQUET COontloued from l at Pare)

tlw wingl'll hours; untl soon the word of the 111nster of ceri'mouies cnlll:'d them to another banquet, this time of words, and wit and wisdom. In a. few well chosen words Toa l· master Steininger weleomed his fellow Fraters, and the " near Fr11ters," to tho festivitiesJ and in his invincible way mode them feel still more at eaae it su h a thing were po89ible. The fol lowing ton ts were then responded ta: '1.1he Patriarchs, Lawrence W. Jo-h •· son, '10; The Queens, John H. Karsten, 'l ; Tbe Throne, Philip Pbelpe, ' 2; Fratt'>r 's Quartet- ' 1 Swinging Along," (Cook); The Knights, Paul tegemau, .'17; Tho 8coptle1 Wynand WicberA, '09; 'the Kingdom, A. Van Weaten· bt>rg, '16; F'ra t fU' Bong, Company; Th .~ Purple, Thl'odore E lferdink, '16; T.. 9 rown, Pt>ter Moerdyke, '66; Orang!! and Blul', Compan~·· The banquetors then adjourned t~> 11 regions above," &lid spent tbe time! until the 11 wee ama' houri" in a ma•&· ner aa Fraters know best, in 10nc, in story1 and in remlniJcenees. Fiully th~ company di11banded to tbe stirring b,(_ne of the old 0. K. E. 10ng, od the 82nd annual banquet ot tbe oldeat orpniaa· tion upon tbe eampua was a matter of

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Whita~Cross

We have everytlaiug in the line of "Eats"

Barber Shop·

for parties, formal orinformal banquets, etc.

Formerly Red Cross

Central Market

· A&eacy Buter Lauiry

Molenaar &DeGoed 46 E. Eighth Street

Thanking you for your kind pat· ronage, I wish you a pleasant and prosperous vacation

H. Van Tongeren


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PlUl~

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. llN'l'a preeeut.} That J,LaiJlb rtus Rudolph Oeerlio,gs, having he~n duly 11worn, d~ hereby swPar, affirm, etote, declart.', 1mnouoee, and make known that I am a registered physit>inn and ' 'Pierlnary, practl ing in Gee, it's lucky that ' 'll<'Rtlou Is ht> ru; the Pilv or Vrle~lnnd, of good repute, we can put the bull In the pasturP for nnd of .unblttst>d judgment , whose truth a. while. anrt \'l'rR I' it~· is unlmpPnrhPd. r ilo now fnrthPr det·ln.re thnt I hO\'C Suggested us& for the new stone thorough.ly PXBmlnPd one, .Toy MarJnuR bench in Iron l of the ha pel : Do'4kt>r, 011 to his rerl'bal p rpPtuity, nu.l Loolc at it, El.bth l!itree• aud River Ave. hn,•e found him showing strong teoden · Walk around it , cies townrd n L)•piral osteoPephalic Lay 'books on lt, monstrosity. The dl.'ficienc~ are un· Show it to \oisitil-TS, Jonbtt>dl~· cnuserl b~· his strong ~·earn· Talk about it, iug toward the feminine sex, which has Swear at it, r<>naere<l him unfit . to perform thE' multi· .But , BEWARE, dou ' t si t on it. Tailor, Haner and Mens fnrious duties Incumbent upon him ns Fumlshlngs The Pageant of Hopeless Prtl t nr of tlli:. n~farlous N>lumn. It is, ThuntlPr 1111,1 lightning in the for.: t hrrPforP, 111'1'1'!1'411.1)' to dispensP with w~ere hi Rer\'lrPR for a senson, and we tru~t ground . 1 AllftiCII American LaundTJI Tbe 81111 i just rising. t hilt nftt>r the." laps" of ~ snmmt>r 11 lfnx Rf'pse, t'nptain of t!Patl soldit>r:t,l ,.n,·ntion, liP will ha''.<' tmffic1ently rern· ru'lhP'I til thP ~e nter of the stage ,,allin~ pNatt>d to lwor the 1mportant nod mo· ~ 1• k I mentous 1lnt it''l wbirb this departmen t :~or a f nn . Zf'u\1~ l.uillPn'l, 1\eportmPu l ot' knm\1 ,,n,·oh·l.'s, upon his baked and sunburnt Are Registered E'dgP, nppron•·hP rant ion ly :wei ft• ll~ QhouldPrs. . . U you wuat to kaow all about them the •·nptnin \\ith oue blow. Signed, enled nn~ dE'Il\'ered 111 th · 1 An<• tioneers and PmiJnltnt>rS rush ill prt>SP.nt:E' or thiS 8u great cloud •>f ASK MB nod cnrrY t he dend Pn ptaiu awn. ' '· " itne""t's:Wll J. OLIVE. Gtaenl A&ut hi<'f ~r PoliPI'I " no.•" Ruiss rJ , ar :\Irs. Durfee , s~~~,,_,,_, ,._IIU IOWRD1 NICI I Pnp!L Baker, rest'l Zeuus. o. J. Dlekema, Prea. H. J . Luldtoa. Cubler Int PrhHlf' t.~irit~ 0 f aI1'0 I10I. \lnmma Boker, ... , ~ II Wm. J. Weetvttr, Asst. Casbltr Qualll'l I'Oili)\O'It'tl or DP:ln Ho•Jpt>r:~l I DE'llll Baker, 0

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When you

Entertain Don't forget to tl'y o11r Fruit Ice Cream. Brick or bulk.

Waganaar &Hamm Citizens Phone 1470 55 West Ei2hth Street

Everything Electrical at

Herman De fou~ ..

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Charter's Barber Shop Our Work Speaks for Itself NUFFSED 6 West Eighth Streit Nut /o Van's Restaurant

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'rhl' enior class bequeathed to Z. Luidens 1he iue t imnble privilege nf dail~· administ ering a glass of coooling liquid to t hat monster of the forest whi<'h the~· int ernt>d upon our Campus last ).fay.

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IJht:.int•cl from the ('olll'gP Lihrar· iuu 111 I ht> original pric·~, $ l.:!!i. If IIIRiiN I, th t>n• will IK> nn adrt: tilrunl •·lwrge of :!ii c·entlf. Mu il llrd&·r!! IIIIlS! IJp pni•l in nch·nn rr. If \ Oil \\ant onP, •·nil ut lhP li·

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Pianos, Player-Pianos, Victrolas ••New Home" Sewing Machines

We thank you for your patronage during the past school yea~· and wish you health and happiness during your vacation. Come in and see us when \ ou return next fall for we expect to be o~ the job in the samt spot.

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HOLLAND, MICH.

17 It'. 8th Sl.

Sporting Goods Go to the

Ecoaomic Printing Co.

Superior Cigar Co.

Nut to Bolland Buek Co., 176 E. 8th St. OitiuDI PboDe 1455

Holland, Mich.

For Anything in the Line of

A Trial ia a Proof

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Ho11and, Mich.

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Holland, Mic:h.

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th E' best new college song, WU'4 :::: .•aQt nnd we t I'OOII ··enters, stage n awarded, firet, to Bnrri M. Meyer and ,p,·en round bout. Anna. s. Rol~·n, rolaborators, and SE'('On 1 nrtaiu brenk<~ anll fo il'! to t>ort h. I to Pnul and Wilson Rtegemau, rolabor· ;; .lohn ent ers riding a camt>l. a1ors. A Prohibition of $10 oC· Jtb Q.l....,., Cukltr Aftalt....,, ,...,.. Swift ac tion foltows which e.nnnot b•• fered for the first t ime this year, don.:r ...., ...... Au'leubr ~, described. Dlek Boler1 was awarded to Tbeo. F. A rait'lin pie deli\•ers the epilogue but . f wemer, 8 nd 0 .second prize of $1, thE' word!' nr~ minct>d. Boommg o grent donors Me sre NotieT, Van Ark & Win· Capital $50,000.00 gun , t>xplostons and en.rthqunkes. ter, and Nick Dykema, to Bernie Mul·

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