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Volume XXXVII

COAGH SCHOUTEN ISSUES CALL FOR FOOTBALL MEN HEAVY SCHEDULE ARRANGED BY MANAGER B U Y S THIS Y E A R T h e first d a y of school u s h e r s in t h e College football season and a l a r g e n u m b e r of a s p i r a n t s a r e e x p e c t ed to occupy Coach S c h o u t e n ' s a t t e n tion for t h e next few weeks.

Hope College, Holland, Michigan,

S P E A K E R O F MORNING ... Rev. J o s e p h R. ^izoo, D. D., p a s t o r of t h e New York A v e n u e P r e s b y t e r i a n C h u r c h , at W a s h irvton, D. C., will deliver t h e convocation a d d r e s s t h i s m o r n i n g . Rev. Sizoo is a H o p e g r a d u a t e a n d p r o m i n e n t c l e r g y m a n . His c o n g r e g a t i o n consists of m a n y notables. Including V i c e - P r e s i d e n t D a w e s a n d m a n y United States Senators. He officiated at t h e f u n e r a l services of t h e late. W m . J e n n i n g s B r y a n , w h o also h a d been a m e m b e r -of his church..

With a heavy schedule ahead and only a few v e t e r a n s as a f o u n d a t i o n f o r a t e a m m a n y new m e n will find b i r t h s on t h e s q u a d . L e t t e r m e n w h o a r e expected to r e t u r n a r e : Fell, C a p t . Buys, Mgr., Klels, Go wens, D a m s t r a , Hill, Van Zanden and Jappinga. T h e s e m e n a r e expected to f o r m t h e n u c l e u s a r o u n d which Coach b'chouB E W A R E : F R E S H M E N 1X3OK SUSten will build his t e a m .

AND THEN THEY GAVE UP TRAMPING

T h e H o p e College s t u d e n t body h a s PICIOUS TO POLICE t a k e n a new interest in a t h l e t i c s s i n c e t h e e n t r a n c e of H o p e College into Two p r o s p e c t i v e H o p e College stuM. I. A. A. circles. An M. 1. A. A. d e n t s b e c a m e slightly e n t a n g l e d In c h a m p i o n s h i p football t e a m is nO\V t h e police d r a g n e t t h a t w a s s p r e a d all t h e goal and t h e good old t i m e H o p e over Michigan two w e e k s ago, as soon spirit wil) get us t h e r e . a s It b e c a m e k n o w n t h a t 24 convicts H e r e t o f o r e H o p e h a s never been had escaped f r o m t h e p e n i t e n t i a r y at c o n n e c t e d with a n y league or a s s o c i a Ionia. Officers In all t h e t o w n s of t h e tion. Hope's r e c e n t c o n n e c t i o n s w i t h s t a t e w e r e I m m e d i a t e l y on t h e lookout t h e M. I. A. A. will elevate h e r a t h for s u s p e c t s a n d It Is likely t h a t not letic s t a n d i n g a m o n g local colleger. a city In t h i s p a r t of t h e s t a t e but T h e schools c o m p r i s i n g t h e Associapicked u p p e r s o n s who m i g h t contion a r e : Hope, Albion, K a l a m a z o o ceivably be escaped convicts. College,. Olivet. Alma, a n d HiUsdale. T h e two prospective H o p e college T h e f o l l o w i n g is t h e 1H2u f o o t b a l l s t u d e n t s w e r e s p o t t e d by a n officer in schedule: t h e Holland postoffice. T h e y were Oct. 9 — h e r e w r i t i n g p o s t c a r d s . Dressed In overalls Oct. 10—Albion, t h e r e . a n d d a r k s h i r t s t h e y looked v e r y little Oct. 2 3 — D e t r o i t City College, h e r e like s t u d e n t s . T h e y had , \ e e n on t h e • Oct 2 9 — F e r r i s , t h e r e road for weeks, c a m p i n g t h e i r way to VNo^. 0 — G r a n d K a p i d s J u n i o r , t h e r e Holland, and h e n c e t h e i r a p p e a r a n c e Nov. 1 3 — h e r e was not a s neat as* is to be expected Nov. 20—Finley, Ohio, t h e r e from students. Nov. 2 5 — K a l a m a z o o College, t h e r e T h e officer called t h e m to one side On Oct. 9 a n d Nov. 13 t h e s e a r e and requested a sight of t h e p o s t c a r d s tentative h o m e g a m e s with Olivet, w h i c h t h e y had been writing, h o p i n g J u n i o r , A l m a , or Day City J u n i o r . in t h i s way to get a clue a s to t h e i r identity. R e l u c t a n t at first t h e boys were game when the circumstances w e r e explained to t h e m a n d t h e y showed t h e c a r d s t h e y had been writing to relatives back h o m e . T h e s e showed w h a t their m o v e m e n t s h a d l>een t h e automatically MISS ROSS A N D REV. H A G E R p a s t few weeks and c l e a r e d t h e m of suspicion. They had ENGAGED FOR YEAR sold t h e i r c a r in C h i c a g o a n d had This y e a r t h e f a c u l t y of H o p e Col- t r a m p e d t h e i r way t h e rest of t h e lege will c o n t a i n two a d d i t i o n s . The d i s t a n c e to H o l l a n d .

NEW INSTRUCTORS ADDED TO FACULTY

c h a i r of Biblical L i t e r a t u r e v a c a t e d by Dr. A. P l e t e r s will be filled by R e v . H a r r y H a g e r who w a s p a s t o r of t h e c h u r c h at F o r e s t Grove. H a g e r g r a d u ated f r o m - H o p e In 1920 a n d f r o m t h e W e s t e r n Theological S e m i n a r y in 1 !I24. While v i college he took a very p a r t in school affairs. He w a s presid e n t of t h e Y. M. C. A. a n d was H o p e ' s r e p r e s e n t a t i v e in t h e M i c h i g a n O r a t o r i c a l L e a g u e . He won first place In t h e s t a t e contest a n d c o m p e t e d in t h e district contest. In his w o r k a s p a s t o r h e w a s very s u c c e s s f u l so t h a t Hope Is very f o r t u n a t e to s e c u r e H a r r y H a g e r f o r the Bible h e a d a n d f o r college p a s t o r .

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Miss M e t t a Ross ',26. f o r several years an Instructor In h i s t o r y in Holland High School will teach F r e s h m a n E n g l i s h . Mr. A. T i m m e r h a s been t r a n s f e r e d to t h e L a t i n dep a r t m e n t a n d P r o f . Zook will assist in t h e H i s t o r y d e p a r t m e n t .

WILLIAM KLEIN K I L L E D IN AUTO ACCIDENT

Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1926

DR. J. B. NYKERK, DEAN OF EXCELLENT TALENT HOPE TO BEGIN HIS 42ND YEAR TO ENTERTAIN Dr. J . B. N y k e r k , d e a n of m e n a n d h e a d of t h e E n g l i s h d e p a r t m e n t at H o p e college, h o p e s to begin his 42nd y e a r of service as a t e a c h e r today. He g r a d u a t e d in 1885 a s valedictorian of h i s class. A f t e r his s o p h o m o r e y e a r Dr. N y k e r k t a u g h t in Dist. No. 4 (Van R a a l t e s c h o o l ) , , Holland t o w n ship, f o r a y e a r . He s i n g l e - h a n d e d t a u g h t a school of 80 pupils, a n d had to h e a r 30 classes a day. H o p e College, w h i c h was a t t h a t t i m e not very large, t h r o u g h Its c o u n cil, a p p o i n t e d Mr N y k e r k as Instructor In t h e p r e p a r a t o r y school a t t h e s a l a r y of $500 per y e a r . He w a s a s k ed to t e a c h a n y s u b j e c t In t h e c u r r i c u l u m . D u r i n g his s t a y In t h e P r e p a r a t o r y school he t a u g h t history.

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S T U D E N T J. D. N Y K E R K Graduating in 1885

French, geography, mathematics, English, m u s i c G e r m a n , Latin a n d s o m e D u t c h . Mr N y k e r k a l s o had s o m e p u pils in t h e college d e p a r t m e n t . P r o f e s s o r Boers w a s t h e n at t h e h e a d of t h e E n g l i s h d e p a r t m e n t In t h e college a n d soon M r N y k e r k was a p p o i n t e d a s his a s s i s t a n t . In 1890 he b e c a m e the principal of the preparatory school, t a k i n g t h e place f o r m e r l y held by P r o f . Van Vleck. At t h a t t i m e t h e r e w e r e f o r t y s t u d e n t s In t h e D class, n e a r l y a s m a n y as w e r e enrolled in t h e college proper. T h e y e a r 1895 f o u n d Mr N y k e r k a s P r o f . Nyk e r k a n d h e a d of t h e English d e p a r t m e n t in t h e college, t a k i n g t h e place v a c a t e d by P r o f . W h i t n a c k .

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Immediately w a r is a very s e r i o u s af f ai r and t h e r e summoned from Hosper's, Iowa, and f o r e It is a s e r i o u s question to ask, William D. Zoethout, a Hope col" h o w much do you weigh. lege graduate of many years ago, has with her came the pastor of the deA week from Friday will decide the written a text book that is being pub- ceased, Rev. M. A. Stegeman. Many lished by the C. V. Mosby Company. tokens of bereavement were sent by terrible Issue of whether '28 or '29 It is called "A Textbook of Physiology" organizations of the college. The body will be defeated before throngs of Mr. Zoethout, w h o is a P h . D.r Until then the w a s shipped to Iowa and funeral anxious spectators. Is now professor of Physiology in the rites took place in the church to Frosh and Sophs can do little but Chicago College of Dental Surgery and In the Chicago Normal School of Phy- which William belonged with Rev. practice night and day, eat plenty Mr Stegeman officiating. of beefsteak,' and drink lots of milk. slcaL Education.

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l a n g u a g e , G o t h i c a n d E n g l i s h litera t u r e . T h e y e a r 1890-1 also w a s s p e n t a w a y f r o m Hope college. P r o f . Nykerk teaching at the Northwestern Classical a c a d e m y a t O r a n g e City. D u r i n g his stay a b r o a d P r o f . N y k e r k also took o p p o r t u n i t y to s t u d y m u s i c u n d e r t h e g r e a t m a s t e r s of E u r o p e . F r a n k B r o a d b e n t of L o n d o n being one of his t e a c h e r s . In t h i s c o u n t r y P r o f . N y k e r k h a s also s t u d i e d with f a m o u s musicians, M a d a m e W h i t e of Boston, E m i l i o A g r a m o n t i of New York City, Morowski of Boston a n d o t h e r s . D r N y k e r k h a s been t h e hea-l of t h e m u s i c d e a r t m e n t a t t h e local college f o r t h e p a s t t w e n t y y e a r s a n d

LOCAL CITIZENS DR. J. B. N Y K E R K S E C U R E S A S P L E N D I D M L L F O R LECT U R E COURSE Dr. N y k e r k is very definite in his assurance that the Lecture Course this y e a r will he f u l l y as good a n d even b e t t e r t h a n f o r m e r y e a r s . Some of tihe classic e n t e r t a i n e r s of t h e c o u n t r y will com e to Holland to h e l p m a k e t h e L y c e u m C o u r s e w o r t h while. T h e first n u m b e r will be given on Octoiber 22, w h e n E d i t h Mason, a f a m o u s s o p r a n o of t h e Chicago O p e r a will give a c o n c e r t a c c o m p a n i e d by t h e g r e a t D u t c h pianist. V a n Grove. On N o v e m b e r 2, one of t h i s c o u n t r y ' s most f a m o u s violinists will give a program. H a r r y F a r b m a n gave a sample of his skill last y e a r on t h e n i g h t w h e n Muzzio failed to a p p e a r . T h o s e w h o waited until 10:3<0 o'clock c l a i m e d F a r b m a n to be one of t h e biggest m u s ical t r e a t s ever h e a r d . T h e t h i r d n u m b e r will consist of a p o p u l a r play entitled, " S h o w - O f f . " T h i s play is very a m u s i n g , it consists of first class a c t o r s , a n d It is a play w i t h a w o r t h - w h i l e moral.* - T h i s n u m ber is s c h e d u l e d f o r D e c e m b e r 1. T h e last n u m b e r of t h e c o u r s e is d a t e d f o r F e b r u a r y 4, a t wihich t i m e L e w S a r e t t , t h e "poet of t h e w o o d s " will a p p e a r . S a r e t t Is an a u t h o r , a lect u r e r a n d a r e a d e r ; especially good in t h e r e a d i n g of his own p o e m s . His t a l e s of wild life in t h e w o o d s is m o s t i n t e r e s t i n g a n d i n s t r u c t i v e but most p l e a s i n g of all is t h e p e r s o n a l i t y of Lew S a r e t t h i m s e l f .

k e r k h a s held t h e place w h i c h he It w a s indeed a shock to s t u d e n t s now holds a t the college h e h a s had a n d f r i e n d s of Ho p e College w h e n on two y e a r s on leave of a b s e n c e . In A u g u s t 4th word w a s received t h a t 1906-7 h e studied a t Oxford UniWilliam Klein was killed In an a u t o a c c i d e n t . W i l l i a m Klein w a s a m e m ber of t h e c ' a s s '28, h e w a s wellB E W A R E SOPHOMORES k n o w n and well-liked. T h e accident m i d n i g h t on

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T h e price of t h e t i c k e t s t h i s y e a r is f o u r a n d five d o l l a r s f o r a season t i c k e t w h i c h is a very m o d e s t s u m f o r t h e high class n u m b e r s given. T i c k e t s will soon be on sale a n d It is h o p e d t h e school h a s g r o w n considerably t h a t H o p e s t u d e n t s will r e s p o n d " e n u n d e r h i s direction, t h e y e a r 1926 m a s s in s u p p o r t i n g t h i s m o s t w o r t h y seeing 120 enrolled. project. In o r a t o r y also Dr. N y k e r k received t r a i n i n g f r o m t h e c o u n t r y ' s best directors. During the s u m m e r m o n t h s h e h a s received i n s t r u c t i o n f r o m s u c h notables as Prof. Trueblood of t h e u n i v e r s i t y of Michigan, P r o f . S. H. C l a r k of Chicago University, M r s Bish o p of New York City a n d also f r o m NOTED AS A VIOLINIST O F R A R E ABILITY D r a n d Mrs E m e r s o n of t h e school of o r a t o r y a t Boston. The Hope College School of Music H o p e college Is k n o w n all o v e r t h e is fortunate to have made arrangem i d d l e west as t h e school which ments with Mr. Walter T. Ritter, one t u r n s o u t w i n n i n g o r a t o r s a n d most of the best violinists In the state, to of t h i s distinction is d u e to t h e t r a i n conduct a class in violin at the school ing t h a t s p e a k e r s get f r o m D r . Nyon Saturdays. He Is already very favkerlt. T h e I n t e r s t a t e c o n t e s t s a n d n a orably known in Holland as a genuine t i o n a l h o n o r s h a v e com e to H o p e o f musician and a violinist of rare ability. ten, a n d in t h e p a s t 15 y e a r s 10 s t a t e Add to this his very pleasing personalc o n t e s t s h a v e been won b y H o p e colity and high ideals and you have all the qualities that are to m a k e a per(Contlnued on page 3) fect teacher. Mr. Walter T. Ritter received his entire training In this country, most of SUMMER C H A N G E S M A D E it was orbtained In Chicago, the musical center of the middle west. Various changes have been made In He first studied with Professor and around Hope College in order to George Du Moulin, who for many take care of the increased enrollment years w a s a member of the Theodore Library space has been extended to Thomas, and later the Chicago Symthe basement of the chapel so that phony Orchestra of Chicago. H e studthings are now much handier for Miss led several years at the Columbia De Pree and the students. There is School of Music; at the latter school also an extra class-room In the base- under the supervision of Franz Esser. ment of t h e chapel which will find Then f o l l o w e d several years' work a m p l e use. A room in t h e basement of under t h e personal direction of Van Vleck Hall has also been made Adolph Weidi, Internationally known for this purpose. composer and master of violin and Efforts -have been made to make composition. During this period of % t h e grounds even more beautiful. study of violin, harmony, etc., with Many trees have ibeen planted this Mr. Weldlg, a teacher's certificate w a s past year, the lawn h a s received spe- awarded by t h e American conservatory cial care, and the football field has of Music in 1914. In the class compebeen cleared and Is ready for use. tition f o r violin, he w o n a gold medal. When the new chapel Is built a n adMr. Hitter h a s had considerable e x ded feature of beauty will m a k e Hope perience In concert, essemble and orc a m p u s one of the most beautiful In chestral work. He h a s also appeared the state. a s soloist with symphony orchestras. D R . J. B. N Y K E R K Dean of Hope In IttJifl

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T H E ANCHOR "A spirited cooperative weekly," h a s been t h e by-word of the Anchor Association since Us initial a p p e a r a n c e upon t h e Hope c a m p u s . As it e n t e r s today upon a new and g r e a t y e a r in H o p e College history its f o r e m o s t t h o u g h t will be a conlinuation of t h e s a m e principles for which It h a s stood for so long. Its a d v a n c e m e n t will be m a r k e d by t h e s a m e objectives as those of the college in which it is circulated. The s t u d e n t s ' t h o u g h t will be its t h o u g h t , t h e s t u d e n t s ' action Its a c t i o n , — b u t only so upon well f o r m e d principles. It is t h e a g e n t of t h e s t u d e n t s and t h e m a s t e r in b r i n g i n g to light H o p e activity. It p u r p o s e s to serve as a m e d ium between school and s t u d e n t ; to f o s t e r high ideals and aid in c h a r a c ter d e v e l o p m e n t . It e n t e r t a i n s a h e a r t y c o - o p e r a t i o n between f a c u l t y and s t u d e n t and desires to comply with t h e i r d e m a n d s to t h e best interests of t h e college. In college activity it stands f o r clean athletics, w i n n i n g teams, a n d g a m e s p o r t m a n s h l p . It desires w i n n i n g ora t o r s and victorious debate t e a m s . Yet when t h e r e is a d e f e a t it flings out t h e t r u e old Hope College Spirit. i .u 4 l All in all it a d v a n c e s t h e t r u e Chris.. , . . , tian ideals. Its a c t i o n s desire to be noble and full of e n c o u r a g e m e n t . May its r e w a r d be a g r e a t h a r v e s t in t h e interest of Hope. o CHOOSE Y E ! "Choose ye t h i s day whom ye will serve." W h e n t h e Hebrew p a t r i a r c h J o s h u a uttered t h e s e words he s p o k e advice t h a t has h a d to be heeded ever since. Life is a series of choices and upon t h e s e choices rests a p e r s o n ' s success in life. The unseen w o r d s written above every college e n t r a n c e a r e "choose ye." The c o m i n g to college in the first place implies a choice and this is followed by countless o t h e r choices. W h a t organizations to 'belong to, w h a t studies to t a k e up, w h a t f r i e n d s to associate with, w h e t h e r to be p o p u l a r o r useful or both, w h e t h e r to m a i n t a i n a strict code of morals or to d r i f t with t h e crowd; all of t h e s e questions will demand a n s w e r s and actions f r o m each Individual. Especially to F r e s h m e n does t h e edict of "choose y e " come with p a r t i c u l a r forcefulness. Several bits of splendid advice for college s t u d e n t s can be g a r n e r e d f r o m t h i s s h o r t Biblcal quotation. T h e first is t h a t each person must ultimately do his own choosing. T h e second Is t h a t a c t s of choice cannot be p o s t p o n ed. W e m u s t choose today, b e f o r e we d r i f t into t h e routine of h a b i t . It Is not wise to p r o c r a s l n a t e In m a t t e r s of choice. A t h i r d t h o u g h t Is t h a t we a r e serving somebody. E a c h person Is In an a r m y of which some person is t h e c o m m a n d e r . T h e r e Is a motto a t Hope to m a k e Christ t h e K i n g of t h e c a m p u s . At a n y r a t e we m u s t all decide w h e t h e r Christ will be o u r leader or not. It Is t h e most vital question extant, It c a n n o t be avoided, a n a n swer m u s t be m a d e to t h e unseen c o m m a n d above t h e entrance, "Choose ye! CONTRIBUTED.

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WHY! H E SMOKED H E R E " H e r e ' s a q u a r t e r I o w e you a n d t h a t will s q u a r e a c c o u n t s , " r e m a r k e d a well-dressed stranger as he t h r e w a coin u p o n a s h o w c a s e In a H o l l a n d sporting goods store several days ago. " T h a n k you," replied the proprietor. " W h a t f o r a n d h o w long a g o ? " "Well," answered the stranger, "as X near as I can remember I bought a K q u a r t e r ' s w o r t h of c i g a r s 25 y e a r s a g o w h e n I w a s a s t u d e n t a t H o p e Cols lege". ij:; •V* " T h a t ' s too f a r back for me, but X

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