S I SEE I BY BLAISE LEVAI
One of the favorite indoor
Official Publication of the Students of Hope College at Holland Michigan
September 17, 1941
sports of the last ten years has been the roasting of civil service executives by politicians. Any free American rich
CONVOCATION OPENS NEW TERM
enough to buy a newspaper,
Frosh Are Kept Busy With Exams, Elizabeth Oggel Is English Majors Plan Classes Start Tomorrow and Friday, New Instructor ®*gg®r, Better Year "An interesting and helpful year" Social Lite Gets Under Way Of English Here is t h e aim of English Majors this
and educated to read beyond the
sports page, can have fried civil
breakfast every day
Brouwer Has Semester Leave; Zwemer Directs All Men's Housing
Civil Service Excludes Incompetents There
political trouble-makers whom we would briefly describe in order to emphasize that
political conditions in this or any other nation is by breeding a race of
political pull and not elected by
Miss Elizabeth Oggel, the new
buying their offices — but by the English instructor who will replace medium of merit: enforced civil Professor Paul Brouwer. service examinations.
exclude incompetent amateurs and
Grads Study in Kazoo
pompous politicians. Why, nowadays politics is the
only profession for which every Hoot, Hope college graduates, were man feels equipped without the among the students attending sumneed of any special training or mer sessions at Western Michigan practical experience. That is why College of Education in Kalamathe political Who's Zoo is so clut- zoo this year. Van Lierop plans to tered up with babbling baboons, study medicine at the University pigmy elephants, ponderous par- of Michigan this fall and Miss Boot rots, and monumental donkeys. will teach in Maplewood, Mich.
Miss Elizabeth Oggel, formerly an English instructor at the University of Iowa, has been engaged to teach in the Hope English dep a r t m e n t during the coming year. Miss Oggel received her A. B. degree from Momingside college, Sioux City, Iowa, and her masters' degree from the University of Iowa. Following her graduation from the latter, she spent four years as instructor of English in the university. Paul Brouwer, assistant to President Wynand Wichers, has been granted a term's leave of absence to continue his studies at the University of Chicago. Mr. Brouwer holds a scholarship from the general education board. Don Zwemer, former Hope college band director, has been recently appointed director of all men's housing. He will work in cooperation with the administration and the regular faculty advisors. Van Vleck Hall, private student residences, and f r a t e r n i t y houses will be under Mr. Zwemer's supervision.
The politician should be required to undergo a profound education and a long rigorous training before he should be permitted to risk the
New Staff Heads For Year
lives and fortunes of a great body of fellow men on his diagnosis of their common ailments, his administration of s t r o n g medicines or his dangerous eurgery. •
Named By Editor-in-cliief E d i t o r Lorraine Timmer has appointed the Anchor staff editors for the crnrent year as follows; tfaniel
Fylstra, news; Magy Felter, fea-
Be Well Trained
A politician should have attended schools and colleges so that a lot of bad legislation and worse administration could be prevented if
Winifred Rameau, society;
and Kenneth Poppen, sports.
the new editors have had experience working on ihe Anchor Staff. Associates Elected
Y's To Sponsor Beach Party and Joint Meeting Y programs, as announced by VW
YM President, Blase Levai, foreFritzi Jonkman and Milton Vermore politicians obtained a f a i r tell an active year for the Chrisknowledge of history, mirroring ; burg were elected by popular vote tian associations on the campus. the futility of war, and some un- last spring to serve as associate The first important event will be editors. During the first semester, derstanding of elementary economthe Y sponsored beach party on each will edit an issue of the paper, ic principles before instead of a f t e r Friday evening of this week, to on which basis one will be selected being elected to office. Although, b y t h e publications committee to which all new students are invited.
year announced Ruth Stegenga, president, and John Hains, vicepresident. Various phases of litera t u r e will be the theme of the group's study. English Majors organization is made up of seniors who are majoring in English, Anyone who is interested and qualified is invited to join. The date of the first meeting will be announced later.
primarily as self-centered human
Appointed business manager by the faculty-student publications committee is Jack Timmer, sophomore, who last year assisted AI Van Dyke, retiring business manager. Timmer will hold the office for three years.
beings, and secondarily as citizens
Staff Meeting Friday
in a small voting
precinct wherein the statesman of tomorrow
doorbells and learning how a few of his neighbors think and act —
The first staff meeting will be sphere of political life, a man be-i held Friday, Sept. 19. All former gins to learn and to demonstrate a members of the staff and students interested in staff work are excapacity for leadership which needs pected to report between 1:30 and to be expanded step by step in his 3 o'clocX of that date. upward progress until he finally Freshmen are encouraged to try out for the staff. "Work on the reaches the limitation of his capaAnchor will prove to be especially bilities. valuable and entertaining," reports There is a sound complaint in Editor Timmer. "Anyone who is the lament of many a civil service interested in any phase of journalexecutive against the s u d d e n ism should report at the Anchor appearance in places of power of office in the Education building Friday afternoon. politicians who have never proved their worth in the drudging labor of petty politics and inconspicuous public service. Leaders Must Understand
Science Building Is Up One Story
Needs and W a n t s The new Science building which be was begun June 2 of this year able to understand thoroughly the in a breaking-ground ceremony Our political
fundamental needs of our people. and which was dedicated on the Of all times in our political history night of June 18, following comwe
the mencement e x e r c i s e s , has now services of thoroughly trained risen one story high. Wooden statesmen who have t h e ability to scaffolding to support the second know what the masses of t h e story fills the interior of the building. Pouring of concrete f o r the people w a n t and need. And yet, second floor will be begun today a t this very time we have perhaps or tomorrow. The following opera* more political misfits in places of tion will be the laying of brick grave public responsibility than a t to roof level. In a statement last any time in our history, unless it week concerning the building. Dr. Wynand Wichers said t h a t "satisS e e : A s I See It, p. 2 f a c t o r y progress h a s been made."
opened officially at Hope at 9 o'clock this morning in Hope Memorial chapel. Registration for upper-classmen was held Monday and Tuesday of this week; registration for freshmen was to begin immediately a f t e r convocation, continuing this afternoon.
Classes begin tomorrow for returning students
and Friday for new students. The convocation speaker, Mr. Wierenga, is a Hope alumnus of the class of 1917. He was graduated from Western Theo-
Pan-Hellenic Rules logical seminary in 1920. The For Girls' Rushing New Girl's Dorm Announced by East 12th Street Prexy Will House 13 Ruth Williams, president of PanHellenic, has announced revised r u sh i n g rules to be observed by sororities this year. The new system, drawn up before the close of school in June, is expected to be a decided i m p r o v e m e n t over old methods. The Pan-Hellenic rushing code follows: 1. The first Saturday afternoon of the school year a Round Robin tea will be held for new girls in the society rooms. 2. No society as a group may entertain at an evening rushing p a r t y . In place of this event each society may hold one afternoon function in its own society room. 3. Formal bids may be sent out any time a f t e r the fourth Wednesday of school. An indication of acceptance, refusal, or a desire on the part of the girl to wait in her decision is to 'be in the hands of the society presidents before the regular society meeting of that week. Girls are not obliged to pledge at this time; bids may be sent throughout the year. 4. There shall be no large or "showy" pledging parties, in order to put less emphasis upon that day. New members are therefore to be pledged at the r e g u l a r societymeeting, in the society room the fourth week of school; or they may be admitted at any regular meeting thereafter.
5. If a society has bidden a girl highly desirable, scholastic educa- ! serve the remainder of the year as Cars and a truck will leave Hope in the fall and she has chosen to tion is not quite as important as 1 associate editor and the following Memorial chapel at 4 o'clock. There wait with her decision, that society w the practical training of a politi-j ^ e a r a s e ^ ' t o r be exciting games, c o n t e s t s , ' ' s duty-bound to bid her later that Timmer Is Manager cian. This should begin with the swimming for those who wish s a m e y e a r * humble work
The Rev. C. Wierenga, D.D., missionary to India, was the guest speaker at convocation as the eightieth year of school
it — plenty of eats and group ' 6 ' R u l e s c o v e r i n K formal and ini formal initiation are to remain the singing around a blazing camp; 1 " | same. ^re" | 7. Pan-Hellenic as a governing On Tuesday, Sept. 23, there will ^ group is hereby vested with all be a joint meeting in the base- authority of administration. ment of the chapel at 7 o'clock. Dr. Wynand Wichers will be the speaker. YW P r e s i d e n t , M a e Clonan, Pompton Lakes, N. J. senior, announced that any freshman girl who has not been assigned a big-sister should ask any girl wearing a YW badge and she will Similar to the continued Nazi be assigned one. Florence Dykema, conquests in Europe, Deutaches Muskegon junior, took charge of Verein prospers on Hope's campus. these assignments during the sum- This organization for students inmer and provided for all but the terested in the German language very latest comers. will hold its first meeting the YM President B l a s e L e v a i , f o u r t h Wednesday of October. Passaic, N. J . senior, asked last Dictators of the German club a r e week that all Hope students, old President Nancy E. Boynton, a and new, remember the aims of Y New York senior, and Advisor as this movement approaches its L a u r a A. Boyd, German professor. sixty-fifth birthday in 1942. Y Other officers of the club elected aims at the greatest possible de- last spring are: vice-president, velopment of body, mind, and John VanLierop; secretary, Louise spirit, the three sides of the Y Essenberg; and t r e a s u r e r , J u n e triangle. He also stated t h a t every- Baker. one is invited to all Y meetings Encourages Enrollment and that all are most welcome to Announces Miss Boynton, "Two join. years of high school German or its equivalent is the only qualification for membership. To boost 1941 Srad is G-Man . the present roll call and to organize colorful and educational meetDonald A. Vander H a a r of Hol- ings are the aims of the group land, a member of the 1941 gradu- t h i s year." " A t this time especially it is of a t i n g class of Hope college, has interest t o study t h e German been appointed to a position in the people, their language and literafingerprint d e p a r t m e n t of the t u r e , their n a t u r e and customs, and Federal Bureau of Investigation in t h e i r history. We encourage all Washington, D. C. Those applying who are eligible and a r e interested f o r positions with the FBI a r e in foreign affairs to a n y extent t o given a physical examination and enroll in our German club. We their references and qualifications promise good t i m e s and f u n a r e personally checked and studied. g a l o r e . " ,
Successful Year Is Predicted For German Club
"Too Many Girls" at Voorhees Hall, girls' dormitory, have made it necessary for the college administration to lease the house at 51 East 12th St., belonging to William Arendshorst, as a rooming house for 13 girls during the school year. Mrs. John Van Zomeren will serve as house mother and the girls will take their meals at Voorhees Hall. Some girls who have been accommodated in private homes will also eat at the dormitory. The house, which has been occupied by the D. H. Vande Bunte family, has been newly furnished by the college to assure the occupants pleasant, comfortable surroundings. The present a r r a n g e m e n t was adopted a f t e r suggestions as to remodeling the Oggel house and using the basement rooms in Voorhees flslt to be itrr practical.
same year he was sent to India. as an instructor in Vellore college. Later he was to become president of
States on summer.
Dr. Dykstra Leads On
Wierenga were Dr. John A. Dykstra, pastor of Central Reformed church of Grand
president of General Synod of the Reformed church in America and president of the college board of trustees, who led devotions, and Robert Cavanaugh, who gave vocal Selections. Freshmen begin liieir entrance examinations
following an orientation assembly. They will also meet in segregated groups Friday afternoon to be instructed President
in social life at Wynand
address the men and Dean of -WcTTtisfn—EHzaWnfr " C l c h T y ^ t h e women. Social Program OpenH
Concert Series Will Open on October 31
Social life gets under way tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 with an orientation tea for new girls in Voorhees Hall. Friday afternoon there will be a
Pianist, Soprano, Choir
and Harpist Are to
sponsored by the joint Y's. Cars
Appear on Program
and a truck will leave the chapel
The appearance of the brilliant young pianist, Shura Cherkassky, in Hope Memorial chapel on Oct. 31, will open a concert season of four well-rounded p r o g r a m s of artistic entertainment offered to local music lovers by the Cooperative Concert association. The concerts for the 1941-42 series have been selected by the committee with an effort to please different types of concert goers. Harriet Henders, talented young American soprano, will appear on Nov. 26, the Trapp Family choir on J a n u a r y 14, and Mildred Dilling, woman harpest, on March 24. Cherkassky has appeared in Town Hall in New York with great success and has been recognized for his virtuosity. His own concert grand piano which he takes with him on tour will be used for his recital here. Miss Henders had the distinction of being chosen for the leading operatic role of "Fidelio" in the Salzburg festival by A r t u r o Toscanini prior to the outbreak of the European war. Because of world conditions and the discontinuation of the f a m o u s festival the young singer has remained in the? United States where she is continuing her musical career in opera, in concert and on the air. The T r a p p singers a r e a family group composed of the wife, five daughters, and two sons of Baron George von Trapp and led by t h e gifted young composer. Dr. F r a n z Wasner. Their p r o g r a m s include a variety of artistic and gay numbers to please all audiences. Lottie Lehmann, f a m o u s soprano, first heard the group sing in t h e i r Tyrolean home and s t a r t e d them on their f a r reaching professional career. Miss Dilling, h a r p i s t , is noted f o r her outstanding personality a s as well a s h e r ability a s a musician. President of the association, Clarence Jalving, and co-chairmen
at 4 o'clock. rounded
The week will be with
skating party at the North Shore Community hall on Saturday night at 7:30.
Music Department Is Expanding Music Students Will Form New Group Hope will enroll more students in the department of music this year than in any other year in the recent history of the school, according to Mrs. W. Curtis Snow, instructor in organ. The increase will affect study in voice, organ and piano. The department will be expanded to accommodate this revived interest in musical work. J a m e s T. Mearns, director of band and orchestra, will conduct a class in instrumental playing. A class in sight singing and ear training will also be introduced. The latter course is intended f o r the average layman student who wishes to gain a general knowledge of music but does not intend to specialize in t h a t field. Mrs. S n o w also stated t h a t Robert Cavanaugh, instructor in vocal music, Mr. M e a m s , and she hope to organize all music students into a group which will have its own program and which will t a k e over responsibility for much of t h e musical p r o g r a m s on t h e campus. P a r t of the group's first work will be the reestablishment of t h e monthly Sunday afternoon vesper service series. The first service is being planned f o r October 5.
of the campaign committee, Mrs. J . D. French and Mrs. W. Curtis Snow, have been instrumental in a r r a n g i n g the season's entertainments.
Hope College Anchor
P o g e Two
Hope College Anchor Editor-in-Chief Associate E d i t o r s
THE STUDENT PRINTS
Prexics Issue Wdcomes
Lorriine Tfmmer F r i t z i J o n k m a n , Milton V e r b u r g
by P r o f . F i s h f a c e and Dr. F i g t b o U l e ' Dear Fellow S t u d e n t s :
L A D I E S A N D G E N T L E M E N — Shall we proceed
You Have elected to come to Hope College f o r your Collegiate
Editorial, Staff News E d i t o r F e a t u r e Editor S p o r t s Editor Society Editor
Dan F y l s t r a Magy Felter Ken Poppen W i n i f r e d Rameau
Managerial Staff Business M a n a g e r Circulation M a n a g e r
F R E I G H T ! ! Or to p a r a p h r a a e ^ a I f a m o u s S. P . iam — ^ H e p e CeMitch '41-'42 has s t a r t e d . H a v e y o u ? "
choice of a College h a s been a good one because you have come to an Institution which h a s a g r e a t r e p u t a t i o n in t h e academic
Now that the having-wonderful-time-ivifih-you-were-here-seaaon
and religious world.
we must needs get down to toss bracks and make funny.
We t r u s t t h a t you will not h e s i t a t e to
Jack Timmer I r m a Stoppels
T h e r e are opportunities of every kind.
If properly used, they
And r e f e r r i n g to Item No. 2 in this high class colyum,'We say— Oh, Yeah?
will help you in acquiring t h a t a m o u n t of knowledge, t h a t degree
Pfcsocioled Cblle6icile Press
fellow men which is characteristic of the t r u e Hopeite. We hope
t h a t nothing will be able to d e f e a t the p u r p o s e you have. C a r r y
about it the other day.
out your academic p r o g r a m with d e t e r m i n a t i o n . E n t e r upon your
for the purpose
This Emergency Affects US — or Did You Know?
social duties as a good citizen.
to be growing
up — we heard
said it was going
to be three stories—
And above all, help us in our
plan to build upon the c a m p u s of Hope College a finer Christian
mind who said it.
community. To do this, your contribution is absolutely necessary.
We are living in a period of "unlimited emergency." These
And with this brief bit of advice f r o m one who has seen t h e
words obviously mean that our nation is on the verge of a
College classes come and go, we e x p r e s s the e a r n e s t hope t h a t
war, a war that is already affecting the lives of millions of
your highest ambition and your g r e a t e s t ideals will all be realized.
young Americans, a group of which we are a small but repre-
gress, sending our friends and brothers to army camps, upsetting their normal efforts to gain a college education, instilling in our minds a feeling of uneasiness and insecurity. It begins to appear that the situation is completely out of our hands. But we still live in a democPublic Opinion Is racy where the i n d i v i d u a l Still Influential exists. The voice of the people is still heard. Though we may be advised and even directed by governmental agencies, no action can be taken without the part of the people being played. The people are still able to exert their influence in the direction of our country.
It is a sincere p l e a s u r e for me to extend to all new s t u d e n t s a most cordial welcome f r o m the s t u d e n t council and the s t u d e n t body, and to g r e e t a ga i n those who are r e t u r n i n g for the continuation of t h e i r studies at Hope. You F r e s h m e n have made a into all the activities of campus life with true and loyal college spirit, you will enjoy every moment of your time here. Since we service of our country, and we a r e proud of them. However, it will mean t h a t their places must be filled by new students, and t h u s we will expect mor e from this y e a r ' s F r e s h m a n class than f r o m any f o r m e r class. This is not said to f r i g h t e n or intimidate
on toes. Corns com
grows on feet at the other end of the body. (for
You see, it's just like we said — "All that is corn does not . . . f u r t h e r details see Item No. 7.) Daffynition — School: The powers that be would save on fuel that we went to, instead of winter when it's.
if it was summer
P a g e Ripley . . . We can't divulge any info except that his n a m e is Tom, but i t seems t h a t he doesn't wind those raven locks a r o u n d t h e bfdpost to. m a k e them curly. He a t t r i b u t e s his success to a snood . . . or a snooze . . . . o r w a s it a s n o r e ?
you, but to m a k e you a w a r e of your responsibilities as members of the Hope College Student Body. find ourselves with the largest enrollment in the history of the
college. The s t u d e n t council looks f o r w a r d to a " b a n n e r y e a r " in
It is very e n c o u r a g i n g t h a t in these times of national
DISPATCH FROM DOC,PATCH! Quotes: "I got into a bridge game last nite. Of course day tarring a roof— / never held such terrible, hands!"
Ah, yes . . . thirty d a y s hath September, April, J u n e and November — and a certain junior who, got c a u g h t f o r speeding.
tion, and we rejoice t h a t so m a n y of you have chosen Hope 1941-1942. D u r i n g these first two weeks there will be numerous social
ignorance and indifference surrounds us, secure in our dream
activities f o r your e n t e r t a i n m e n t and to give you an opportunity
to get acquainted with the school syst e m, the faculty, and the
touchdowns in the homecoming game, frosh hazing, dates and no dates, the evils and advantages of cribbing — become our entire life. Tlwyoee»i>y mir «v«ry thought emotion. The front page of the newspaper lies untouched in the dormitory reception room, in a significant c o n t r a s t to the Indifference Marks w e l l - p a g e d f u n n i e s and Students' A t t i t u d e fashions. The newsreel is the only contact with the nation's problems for most students and even that is disregarded with the trite exclamation, "Isn't war horrible?" We, the children of the last war and the parents of the present war, are the ones to suffer for any rash action of the public and its leaders. Who is there better than we, the ones who are vitally concerned, to help guide our country? Let us wake up — to remove that indifference to realities — to meet the emergency with stability of emotion and preparedness of mind.
last met several of our upperclassmen have been called into the
not only aware, but critical of current affairs.
wise choice in coming t o Hope college, and, if you will e n t e r
unrealities — society
are of two kinds,
in rows and animal
W E L C O M E TO H O P E C O L L E G E :
variety of problems which confront us, to appreciate and understand the rules of conduct our United States must obey during this crisis. It is the obligation of every citizen to be Yet, here at Hope we live a secluded life. A screen of
Why do little ducks walk s o / t l y ? Heh, h e h ! Because they can't walk h a r d l y .
Last s p r i n g we expected a drop in enrollment, but now we
Therefore it is our duty to acquaint ourselves with the
And if you, perchance think we a r e joking —
WHICH REMINDS US — "All that is com doesn't grow in loway"
W Y N A N D W I C H E R S , President
sentative part. It is now a political war declared by the President and Con-
appreciation f o r t h e confidence you show in this College. Your
of culture, t h a t broad outlook, and t h a t readiness to serve your
a p p r o p r i a t e as much as possible of the t h i n g s we have to offer.
to t h e
work. We offer you, not only a w a r m welcome, but also a h e a r t y
And now we take much pleasure in informing you that S. P. is celebrating it's 5th birthday today. You know, the aristocrat of the Anchor; 99 and M/100 per cent pure; never a dull moment; we toast, we roast but we never satisfy; we're tame to please. We eclipse.
I hope t h a t you will take a d v a n t a g e of these oppor-
tunities and e n t e r into them wholeheartedly. you will
In a day or two
i U ^ t p i I k l l ^ " t o the •ouncil.
' As t Sec H
Choose them wisely, f o r the success of your class depends upon your l e a d e r s . — (You'll want good leaders when you s t a r t wearing the Green, and the time f o r the Soph-Frosh contests rolls around.) A n o t h e r very i m p o r t a n t event of the first week is the society rushing and pledging.
Here a ga i n choose wisely; keep a level
head with your feet on the g r o u n d ; look over each society carefully; and then select the one into which you will fit best. Welcome, F r e s h m e n ! Welcome, Students, old and new! Let's all give of our best to the college, and receive the best the college can give us, and make 1941-1942 the best year in Hope's history. Sincerely yours, W I L L I A M M. T A P P A N , JR. Student Council President.
be in t h a t t r a g i c period of the Civil W a r . Without leveling this c h a r g e against the present ministration, supreme that
short-sighted, ineffective politicians m a y p r e p a r e the way f o r t h e seizure of power, o v e r t h r o w i n g all good by feeble intentions. So it is i m p o r t a n t t h a t we recognize our political misfits and weed them out of public office and political influence a s rapidly as we possibly can — i n s t i t u t i n g enforced civil service examinations. Vigilance O u t w i t s Political Foxes The whole m a t t e r reminds me of the old fable of the dog who stood
pn the b r i d g e over t h e iprpok with a bone in his mouth. Looking down, he saw the reflection of a n o t h e r dog with a much l a r g e r bone. A fox h a p p e n i n g along who also wanted t h e bone s u g g e s t e d t h e dog drop his small bone and go a f t e r the b i g g e r one. • H e did — a n d f o u n d t h a t the sly fox had run off with t h e real bone and the reflected bone was gone. Those who have an abiding f a i t h in democracy, those who live in the land such as t h e United S t a t e s of A m e r i c a , whose p r e s s u r e s f o r drastic c h a n g e s in g o v e r n m e n t a r e not yet irresistible, rest upon t h e needed bone of our political leadership, and the solidity and s t r e n g t h of o u r political organizations. L e t ' s not allow sly political f o x e s to stealthily sneak off with t h e bone of competence!!
Let's h/iake It Good, Anchor Toasts New Year Once again we begin a new school year, some of us for the last time, and some of us for the first time. Those of us who are completing our school life realize what a great deal the past three years have meant to us. That old lump sticks in our throat when we look forward to commencement exercises and final departure from school days. For those to whom college is novel, the year is clouded with an atmosphere of glamour and excitement. The frosh anticipate those advertised assignments sweetened with fun galore. But to all of us, this school year means one more year of preparation for life. And in the midst of hardships and deprivations, we appreciate the opportunity to attend school. So let's toast to the school year of '41 and '42 — may it be entirely successful for Hope college, its faculty, and its students.
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in mind several other ideas f o r a social code of the campus, gained Two y e a r s ago when Dr. Slutz, t h r o u g h several meetings and disWAL sponsored speaker on m a r - cussions t o g e t h e r with codes of riage problems, s u g g e s t e d a social o t h e r colleges. code f o r Hope's campus, the idea T h i s is an appeal to the student was met with approval and enthusibody to offer their suggestions as asm. It would be ideal, we all to w h a t the social code should consaid, but nothing definite was done. tain. The committee will welcome Last spring, a committee comany new ideas. The m e m b e r s w a n t posed of r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s f r o m the code to be the product of the Women's Activities L e a g u e and t h e s t u d e n t s , not j u s t a selected few. Student Council was appointed to Rules concerning a n y t h i n g f r o m work on the proposed code. T h e date etiquette and clothes to ethics committee chose p r o f e s s o r s to a r e acceptable. guide t h e i r work. . So let's h e a r t h e voice of the The committee has m a d e a list s t u d e n t body — N a n c y Boynton, of definite suggestions f o r a beC hairman. havior guide f o r f r o s h . They have
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popular tow-headed a t h l e t e on Hope's c a m p u s f o r the p a s t two Pianist Vander Linden Is Four-Hours Up On Us years, served f o r a time on t h e One little m a n whose presence G r a n d Haven police force prior to Mac Sregor Is A Long W a y From Grand Rapids is f e l t t h r o u g h o u t t h e year on his r e p o r t i n g f o r d u t y with the Weelc-End in Chicago Calls for Questioning Hope's c a m p u s h a s worked o v e r - naval a i r c o r p s a t Detroit on Sept. Hello! Back a ga i n f o r a n o t h e r hospital in Chicago in J u l y . t i m e d u r i n g the vacation and t h a t 1. " W h i t e y " w a s assigned to t r a f fic duty f o r the s u m m e r . year a t Hope with an e a r open f o r Miss M a r g a r e t Gibbs, Hope colg a y culprit, Dan Cupid r e p o r t s a o gossipy details of Hope-ites' sum- lege l i b r a r i a n , a d d r e s s e d the b u m p e r crop of weddings to his mer activities. So h e r e goes — R o t a r y club in her home town, credit a t the opening of the school Marcus Talks in Stanton Have you heard t h a t Junella Shawano, Wis., on "Holland and "Number please!" year. n u m b e r will be 9286. The plot Beth Marcus, Holland senior and V a n d e r Linden, Hope's s t a r pianist, its Tulip F e s t i v a l " this s u m m e r . Exceedingly verbose swains who t h i c k e n s ! Mark ye well, young T r i p p i n g lightly to the a l t a r of P r o f . William Schrier, head of J u n i o r Red Cross chairman f o r a t t e n d e d s u m m e r school a t the h a v e the h a b i t of w a n g l i n g last Romeos, a girl in each house is American C o n s e r v a t o r y of Music in the speech d e p a r t m e n t did g r a d u an A u g u s t a f t e r n o o n were Rene m i n u t e d a t e s via wire will be glad nice work if you can get it, but O t t a w a county, addressed MontC h i c a g o ? F o u r s e m e s t e r hours to a t e work a t t h e University of Willis and Anita Vogt, f a m i l i a r calm county school teachers at a h e r credit in t h e study of conduct- Michigan. Mrs. Schrier and Sally to know t h a t a second phone h a s by t h e i r numbe r s ye snail know two-some on the c a m p u s a la 1941. m e e t i n g held A u g u s t 25 in S t a n t o n been installed in Voorhees Hall 'em and woe unto you w h a t m i x e s ing, technique of the organ, etc. s p e n t the s u m m e r in Evanston, ( " d a t e f a c t o r y " f o r a m o r o u s 'em in your haid! Mr. Willis w a s g r a d u a t e d f r o m as a p a r t of a p r o g r a m to organize More power to you, J u n i e ! Illinois. males of ye campus.) Kenneth Vanden Berg and Gus Hope with the class of '41 and the J u n i o r Red Cross in t h a t Thus, with the addition or anA m o n g o t h e r things, Carolyn The new phone located on third o t h e r " j a b b e r box", t i m e m a r c h e t h Mrs. Willis has completed t h r e e county. She also conferred with K r e m e r s s p e n t d w o n d e r f u l two Van Eerden s p e n t a g a l a week-end o t h e r Red Cross leaders and exfloor is expected to eliminate some on at Voorhees. F a r sighted, optiy e a r s here. w e e k s ' v a c a t i o n a t T h o u s a n d in Milwaukee in early A u g u s t , hibited J u n i o r Red Cross work. of the m a d dashing in a n s w e r to mistic studes prophesy the day Also s u c c u m b i n g to balmy Islands Park — golfing, swimming, t r a v e l i n g v i a t h e M i l w a u k e e Miss Marcus has been active in u r g e n t buzzings and the h a g g a r d , when Hope coeds will have p r i v a t e Ctipper. breezes and sweet nothin's was sailing and tennis. J u n i o r Red Cross f o r the past six J a m e s Slager whose m a r r i a g e co Mrs. W. C u r t i s Snow s p e n t a two- worn looks on f a c e s of beauteous bedside phones in each room. Doug Mac G r e g o r and Ward dormites who wait their turn a t J a n e t Berens of Bentheim took y e a r s . We see airy visions of g lam o r o u s Toner, two m e m b e r s of the Senior w e e k s ' vacation with relatives in the dial not too patiently. I m a g i n e o place in the home of the bride's f e m m e s r i s i n g l e i s u r e l y on a Detroit Lakes, Minn. class who were d r a f t e d , a r e a t Ft. the h a r d s h i p of s t a n d i n g f o r hours dimpled elbow to pour honeyed p a r e n t s Aug. 29. Mr. S l a g e r h a s Miss Jean Wishmeier, '41 grad, B r a g g in North Carolina. W h a t a on end in the corridor while one's words into an ultra modern mouthentered Hope as a senior this fall. s p e n t part of the s u m m e r a s counpredicament f o r Weez Becker! more f o r t u n a t e dorm pals f a r t h e r piece wth no t i m e limit on .he Mr. and Mrs. E a r l Purchase, M a r g e Brouwer had a wonderful selor at Camp W e s t m i n s t e r at Hig- u p in the line c h a t t e r gaily and both Hope g r a d u a t e s , are estabconversation. No more h u r r y i n g t i m e on her t r i p to the West Coast. g i n s lake near Roscommon. bribe one another for an e x t r a down halls at breakneck speed, no lished in their home in Burlington, P r o f . E g b e r t Winter was among Bob Luidens continued his work Hope's upperclassmen extend to precious minute to talk in t h e tiny more waiting like a crushed innoVt., where Mr. P u r c h a s e will ena g r o u p of professors who attended a t the Warm Friend, with a t r i p to the Frosh a whole-hearted welcome. booth. 'Tis downright u n f a i r to cent s p e c t a t o r at a world premiere, r a g e in research work f o r his masTwin I ^ k e s now and then to relieve a five-week session at the Univer- flustered f e m a l e s especially at meal t e r ' s d e g r e e in c h e m i s t r y , following A t the s a m e time, because of their no more " b u s y " buzzes, — ah, wot sity of Chicago during t h e vacathe monotony. time, 'tis t h a t ! their m a r r i a g e in Holland, A u g u s t high and exalted position, these bliss! tion. M a r g e E m e r y , Syd Mac Gregor, 21. Mrs. Purchase is the f o r m e r s a m e upperclassmen expect the Prospective " w i r e v o o e r s " are But until t h a t day dawns, g a l s T h a t ' s all of the i m p o r t a n t news deference t h a t is t h e i r due. They and J e a n Riuter were all employed Patricia Verhulst. hereby admonished and advised to in the Voorhees mansion will conof the day, fellow Hope-ites. StaAn early fall wedding of i n t e r e s t remind you Frosh t h a t their dignity a s playground directors in their tion C-H-A-T-T-E-R s i g n i n g off. Be learn the new numbe r s in order tinue to get their daily dozen by respective hometowns. to Hope s t u d e n t s is t h a t of Robert m u s t be properly acknowledged. to save t h e i r h e a r t throbs e x t r a hoofing a few doors down the line Bud Morgan spent a super-super with you a ga i n at this sa me hour W h y ? Because the years at Hope D y k s t r a of Detroit and M a r t h e n e steps. If the f a i r damsel resides to chat, c o u r t e s y A l e x a n d e r two weeks f r o m today. week-end in Chicago — you draw Van Dyke of Grand Rapids which h a v e given its students wide knowlon the third floor of Voorhees, G r a h a m Bell. your own conclusions as to why it edge and g r e a t wisdom. was solemnized Sept. 6. Both were one's d a i n t y fingers must dial 7455 "Deposit five cents, please!" was so perfect. Poppinic Is Principal m e m b e r s of the 1941 g r a d u a t i n g In other words, as Mrs. Ruggles to bring her skipping in a n s w e r to Elky Muilenberg served in the Do you have any e n t e r t a i n i n g class. m i g h t say, "The Frosh must mind A t Rockford High the query, " H i y a Babe, w h a t c h a capacity of m a n a g e r on the Orange l e t t e r s from alumni or d r a f t e e s Wedding bells also chimed for t h e i r m a n n e r s e s . " Would they ever William Poppink, f o r m e r Hope d o i n ' ? " All other dor mi t e s may City ball t e a m . A n o t h e r lowan. that you would like your f r i e n d s to Edith Rameau and the Rev. Elton d r e a m of not rising when an u p p e r college athletic star, became prin- be reached at the old number, Ken Newendorp, worked at Castle E n e g i n b e r g of Chicago since last classman a p p e a r s upon the scene? cipal of the Rockford high school 4813, the number remembered by r e a d ? Send them to the ANCHOR. P a r k t o g e t h e r with the Prince we saw her march down the aisle Certainly not. T h a t would be verya t the opening of its fall term. fun-loving Hope he-men long a f t e r twins, and A r t T i m m e r . in cap and gown. Rev. E n e g i n b e r g poor " m a n n e r s e s " indeed. Instead, Since his g r a d u a t i o n f r o m Hope a 1492 and Christopher Columbus Lileeth Brouwer around at her | is p a s t o r of a church in Red Bank, they should arise with alacrity — f e w years ago he has been coach have been f o r g o t t e n . usual r a t e of speed as r e c e pt i oni st ' N. J . He is a g r a d u a t e of the 1940 to acknowledge a higher r a n k of and social science i n s t r u c t o r at the However, if the one and only at the Holland City Hospital. class of W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l classman. Would a frosh precede school. chances to dwell in the " A n n e x " , Harvey Koop, Holland junior, seminary. an upperclassman through a dooradditional dorm on 12th St., her and his b r o t h e r and sister were M a r t h a Morgan, f o r m e r c a m p u s w a y ? Absolutely NOT. The F r o s h "victims" of tonsillectomies .luring queen, is well on the road to m a t r i - should s t a n d deferentially back and A u g u s t . S U I T S • $23.50 up mony but has not revealed a defin- let those of g r e a t e r sagacity Prof. E. Paul McLean also unite date for her m a r r i a g e to Donald precede. The Tailor derwent an operation in St. Luke's T h o m a s of Kalamazoo. Her enIn all m a t t e r s these upperclass- | I9I/2 W e s t 8th S t r e e t g a g e m e n t was announced by her men should be accorded the pre- j p a r e n t s early in August. eminence t h a t is their due, and the A fashionable wedding in Trinity beat ivben he or j Welcfimes You fReformed church, Holland, Sept. 9. she comes face to face with one
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united in m a r r i a g e G e r t r u d e Viss- of these superior persons. But a word of encouragement to cher and Paul Vander Hill, both g r a d u a t e s of Hope college. In- you Frosh. You may have to eat j cluded in the bridal p a r t y were humble-pie now, but remember, at ! seniors George Vander Hill as best some f u t u r e date you will be the ' man and Eleanor Dalman as brides- exalted. When t h a t time comes you 1 will be reminding Frosh to "mind maid. And t h a t ' s enuf at present of their m a n n e r s e s ; " homage to the those "on whom the belle told."; noble! Cupid is seeking new fields to I o conquer. Do you have any complaints 0 about student organizations or U . . definite ideas about current a f f a i r s ? Kxpress yourself in the ANCHOR.
Enrollmenf at H o p e Is Largest Ever
Completely Remodeled to Suit Hope t h i s fall Your •'Taste"
Enrollment at promises to be the largest in the history of the school. Although the withdrawal of many male stud e n t s to e n t e r a r m y and navy service will decrease considerably the number of upper class students, new students are so numerous that t h e r e is an increase r a t h e r than a decrease over last year. T h r o u g h last S a t u r d a y , there were two hundred f o r t y - t h r e e men and women who had shown intention of e n t e r i n g Hope for the first time. Of course, one hundred-one were f r e s h m a n girls and ten were t r a n s f e r girls. T h e r e were one hundred twenty-one f r e s h m a n boys and eleven t r a n s f e r boys. When r e g i s t r a t i o n is completed this week, these n u m b e r s a r e expected to be considerably swelled.
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MODEL DRUG STORE N.E. Corner 8th St. and River Ave.
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we urge you to make our shop your headquarters.
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"A sandwich immense for five and ten cents"
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SEARS ORDER STORE 186 River Ave.
31-33 East 8th Street
HOPEITES NEW and OLD
For Anything in Fine Printing . - . •m•
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BRINKS BOOK STORE
3 Decker Sandwich Toasted
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9 East 10th S t
Phones: 4337 and 9231
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Malted Milk With Whipped Cream and Wafers
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Hope College Anchor
F O R F R O S H O N L Y
O a m m i n p r for e x a m s is c b n K way off f o r anyone, b u t n o . Kjoa
time to s t a r t t h i n k i w ab..ut w..ys to eliminate U t a evil
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studying (iurinn tho scnu'ster.
J O H N H A I N S . winner of Pi K a p n a Delta provincial tourney Inst GIL V A N W I E R E N played regular f o r w a r d on last yoprV- cajr' team and w; ^ csncci -lly noted foi his smooth ball-handlinir.
year, and B L A I S E LEVAI, winner of the S t a t e Peace Oratorical Concst. l u r e ".-hake" in nuitu:;l conjriatuiati^ns over t h i i r <ucces-.es.
KEN VANDENBERG was a p r e a t f i g h t e r and a dead-eye f o r ! ward last y e a r .
!•!> Soph coeds B E T T Y McCANN. ^iAIi(^E FRIKSMA and D O T H D F V A L O I S di( t h e i r Christinas shopping early lust y e a r and avoide( the rush. Tiiey leporled lh.;t the ehoi c was r x e i l i e n t .
Tall AL VAN DYKE, c h a i r m a n of the scienie drive last year, (roes " .ver the top" in assemblinir the I a r,ire p i s t t r of the building used in
a dunkinjr in Black river was the f?.te of the '41 f r o s h null t e a m , They'll be ^ut for a
\- eampaitrn. Tin "leal thin-r" is now jrrowimr from bri- ks and st.)ne ' but they put up a gallant strujrfrle in mid-river. , , win over preen a r r i v a l s this y a i r i .m 10th Street.
WE HAVE . . The Place The Service The Food
Hoffman Restaurant Havk
24 East 8th Street " T h e Man in the Howler H a t " was ll..- f.rst pi u* • r e s e n t . I hv Palette and Masoue Club, the Hope little t h e a t i e o n r a n i z a t i o n .
Students of Hope! U p l r o m p
S enes like this will soon b? repealed when Hop.- pridder^ pet pijrskin encounters. Shown here is the completion of a "pood" HENKVKLD
Lokker-Rutgers Co ;!0 E A S T
under way in the first '»f their p a s s last season as G E O R G E
downs the ball.
208 River Ave.
A C C I D E N T I N S U R A N C E FOR
Regular Meals 25c
HOPE COLLEGE STUDENTS
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Clothing — Furnishings — Shoes
Always the Newest Styles
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Welcome BACK TO SCHOOL
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BILL'S Used Tires
Sandwiches 5c and 10c
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TIRE SHOP Vulcamzing
50 West 7th Street
H o p e Coeds and we trust you will enjoy your school year
BLUE KEY BOOK STORE
Where Coeds Love To Shop.
New Books, Used Books, and Supplies
Where you always find something new
Always QUALITY Photographs
PEOPLES STATE BANK Van Raalte
French Cloak Store
wishes for Hope College and The Anchor the Success it Merits
30 East Eighth Street
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Hope Grads FTnd Teaching Jobs In State Schools
WAL FETES FROSH AT TEA
Other* Doing Social, Nursing, F.B.I. Work
Alumna is Social Worker
Frosh Calendar of Events
A l m a S t e g e n g a , Hope g r a d u a t e
Wednesday, Sept. 17
class of 1941 h a v e announced t h e i r
of 1941, left last week f o r Detroit
Many Improvements On Our Campus
g a l a " g e t - a c q u a i n t e d " a f f a i r sponsored by t h e Women's Activities league f o r all old and new g i r l s of the c a m p u s will be held T h u r s -
acceptances of t e a c h i n g positions
9 a. m.—Annual convocation
where she will e n g a g e in social
to t h e college office. Six of these
1 0 : 3 0 a . m . — F r e s h m e n r e g i s t r a t i o n — G r a v e s H a l l — s u r n a m e s A to F
a r e in G r a n d Rapids, one in Hol-
1 p. m.
land and t h e
2 p. m . — F r e s h m e n r e g i s t r a t i o n — G r a v e s H a l l — s u r n a m e s M to V
day a f t e r n o o n f r o m 3:30 to 5:30 Time has written few wrinkles o'clock a t Voorhees Hall. m u n i t y house. Miss S t e g e n g a will on Hope's brow despite the hectic In the receiving line will be Miss also s t u d y a t W a y n e university r u s h i n g of last year's closing ac- Elizabeth Lichty, dean of women, g r a d u a t e school. tivities. However, the c a m p u s is a n d Doris Vander Borgh, Beth p u t t i n g on its best f r o n t f o r the Marcus, Louise Becker and Ruth
Klaasen, a n d unnamed
T h u r s d a y , Sept. 18
Ruth Schuitema in
8:45 a. m . — F r e s h m a n a s s e m b l y — a n n o u n c e m e n t s and introductions
Z i m m e r m a n in Rogers, M a r y Bolem a in G r a n d Rapids Christian, and June
T h e l m a Van
1:15-3:15 p. m.—General Proficiency tests
3:30-5:30 p. m.—Orientation Tea f o r girls at Voorhees Hall
Boyink, f o r m e r Hope athlete, hopes Voorhees Hall and a thorough banner season. Boyink is cleaning, the lobby boasts a new drilling his squad of 24 boys daily fireside bench to match the twin
F r e m o n t ; Lois Mae Glerum, J a m e s -
1:15-1:45 p. m.—
t o w n ; Hulda Rigterink, Vriesland;
President Wichers—Boys in main auditorium Dean Lichty—Gir>S in YM and YW rooms
Oliver P a g e , Noordeloos; Doris Van Lente, F a i r v i e w ; Emily Bieleveld, S a r a n a c ; K a t h r y n Douma, G r a n t ; Philip D y k s t r a , T r o u t C r e e k ; Ruth M a r y J a c o b s and J e a n Wishmeier, M o n t a g u e ; Lois J a n e K r o n e m e y e r , B r i d g e m a n ; M arjo rie Last, Lowell; L a u r a Roosenraad, N e w a y g o ; Ruth S t r y k e r , South Lyon; Nelvie Vanderbilt, L a w t o n ; and Helen Van Kooy and Bertha Vis, Scottville. Other education s t u d e n t s who were g r a d u a t e d last J u n e a r e Alma S t e g e n g a , who will be doing social service work in the Dodge Commun i t y house in Detroit; Lois Hall, who is s t u d y i n g a t Blodgett hospital in Grand Rapids; Chester Toren, who has a scholarship in the University of Chicago; and Donald Vander H a a r , who is with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in W a s h i n g t o n , D. C.
New Class Officers Assume Duties As School Opens
2 p. m.—Assignment of schedules by R e g i s t r a r Welmers Freshmen assembly in main auditorium I n s t r u c t o r s — t e x t and study a s s i g n m e n t s for Monday p. m.—Dr. Dimnent's talk on chapel windows 4:30 p. m.—Beach supper f o r new s t u d e n t s sponsored by YM and YW cabinets. S a t u r d a y , Sept. 20 7:30 p. m.—All College s k a t i n g p a r t y
Big Sister Plan Initiated in Dorm A new system of "Dorm pals" has been introduced in Voorhees and the Annex. Each senior girl is responsible f o r two new girls who a r e her "pals". Letters have been exchanged during the s u m m e r between the old and new girls and helpful suggestions f o r the coming year have been given the newcomers.
respective classes. F r e s h m a n class
A f t e r a quiet s u m m e r the dorm officers are to be elected this week. is now a busy center of activity. At the head of the senior class At present, curtains are hung, f o r the coming y e a r is John Vissers j rugs a r e laid, and t r u n k s a r e unpacked as each girl prepares f o r of Grand Rapids. J a m e s Baar of life in the dorm for the coming Chicago is vice-president, J e a n n e year. Open House will t a k e place S w a r t of DeMotte, Ind., secretary in the middle of October at which and Dorothy Bonga of Chicago, time outsiders will be able to extreasurer. amine the results of f e m i n i n e Milton V e r b u r g of Holland will decorating. Ruth Stegenga, dormitory presiserve as president of the junior dent, welcomes all the new girls class. Other junior officers are and fellows on the c a m p u s to E a r l De Witt of Holland, vice president, and J e a n Ruiter of Muske- Voorhees, "You are invited to visit us in our living rooms any a f t e r gon, s e c r e t a r y - t r e a s u r e r . noon a f t e r f o u r until closing time President of the sophomore class a t n i g ht." | is Raymond O t t e m a n of Canan-
J a m e s A d a m s , Hope college g r a d u a t e and f o r m e r a s s i s t a n t m a n a g e r of the local Montgomery \V ard and Co. store, was notified the l a t t e r part of J u l y of his acceptance as a m e m b e r of a group of 20 flying cadets f r o m Michigan State college. A f t e r a 30-week training course the cadets will become commissioned second lieut e n a n t s in the a r m y air corps reserve and will be called into active duty immediately. Also included in the g r o u p is Donald E. Scheerhorn of Holland.
Vander W e r f is Kansas Chemisfry Professor Calvin A. Vander Werf, Hope g r a d u a t e , has accepted a position | as a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of chemistry at Kansas university beginning this fall. For the past f o u r years Vander Werf has been engaged in special research at Ohio S t a t e university where he worked under Dr. William Lloyd Evans, one of A m e r ica's best known chemists and president of the American Chemical society. Vander Werf recentlyreceived his Ph. I), degree in chemistry at Ohio State.
Vander Linde & Yisser Welcomes You Clothing and Gents Furnishing
BEAUTIFUL N E W R E S T A U R A N T River Avenue, Just South of 8th Street
McGregor, J e a n n e Horton, Florence repairs
Mary Jane Restaurant Westfield
To the Campus Ice Cream Shop Package Ice Cream Cones Malted Sundaes
Watch Inspectors for P. M. Railroad Elgin
gon, will sing. Miss Bolema is not r e t u r n i n g to Hope this year but p l a n s to m a k e a special t r i p to a t t e n d the tea. Barbara
N. Y., junior, has made p r o g r a m a r r a n g e m e n t s for the a f f a i r . Decorations
ville, Ky., junior. Booklets by Donna E b y W A L booklets which were distributed to all girls who paid W A L dues were in c h a r g e of Donna Eby, Holland junior. All committee heads for the various W A L p r o j ects for t h e year a r e announced in these booklets. Is Six Years Old Founded in 1936 under the direction of Dean Elizabeth Lichty, W A L is an organization of all Hope co-eds. Every girl upon paym e n t of h e r dues automatically becomes a member. Members .are elected to the board by the several girls' organizations on the campus.
BORR'S BOOTERY Phone 2821
Officers of W A L a r e elected by popular vote of all the girls. Doris V a n d e r B o r g h , New J e r s e y senior, was elected president last spring. O t h e r officers of t h e board a r e : vice-president, Beth Marcus; t r e a s urer, Ruth S t e g e n g a ; and secret a r y , Louise Becker.
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mix-up g a m e will also be f e a t u r e d on the p r o g r a m .
f o r their opening s o f a s purchased last s p r i n g . The drapes f o r m e r l y used d o w n s t a i r s tilt with M o n t a g u e , F r i d a y . have been replaced by new ones and are now used at the windows Bar Accepts Wassenaar on second and third floor s t a i r w a y landings. A new telephone on the Lester R. W a s s e n a a r , of Holland, third floor is an added convenience. received notice t h a t he had been H e a t i n g facilities in C a r n e g i e a d m i t t e d to the bar as a practic- g y m n a s i u m , Van Vleck Hall, and ing lawyer last month a f t e r pass- the Education building have been ing the June examination of the g r e a t l y improved by the installaMichigan Bar association. Wassen- tion of a new boiler in the gym. a a r is a Hope g r a d u a t e of the The concrete steps of the gymclass of '38 and was g r a d u a t e d nasium have also been repaired. from the University of Wyoming Floors in all buildings have been in J u n e . W a s s e n a a r is practicing cleaned and newly finished and in Holland. He is s h a r i n g the office "shine like a nigger's heel." Minor of S t a t e Representative Nelson A. r e p a i r s and some painting have alMiles. so been done d u r i n g the vacation.
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A committee under the direction of Dorothy Renzema of Grand Rapids has been planning some social events to help the dorm pals to become ^ q n a i n t e d Thin With the opening of t h e schoof plan h a s been initiated in order to y e a r class officers elected prior to help the new girls to become better the s u m m e r vacation will assume acquainted with dorm life. their duties at the helms of their Dorm Now Busy
d a i g u a , N.Y. George Lumsden of N i a g a r a Falls, N.Y., will serve a s vice-president and Sally Brannock of Benton H a r b o r a s secretary. Cot r e a s u r e r s a r e Fritzi J o n k m a n of Holland and L a r r y Beltman of Kalamazoo.
10:45-11:45 a. m.—A. C. E. examination F r e s h m e n groups on social life
Bilkert, Shelby; Helen F a i r b a n k s ,
8:30-10:30 a. m — C o n t e m p o r a r y a f f a i r s examination
"bib and t u c k e r . "
Whitehall high school f o r t h e first
8 a. m.—chapel
Lincoln school, Holland.
With the revival of football at
opening of school and a w a i t s the S t e g e n g a , officers. U p p e r c l a s s m e n p a t t e r of s t u d e n t s ' f e e t in its best who will a c t as hostesses are Syd
9:45-11:45 a. m.—Cooperative English test—chapel
F r i d a y , Sept. 19
Dyke will teach in
service work a t the Dodge Com-
Boyink Will Coach
8 a. m.—chapel
castle in Godwin Heights, Dorothy
F r e s h m e n r e g i s t r a t i o n — G r a v e s H a l l — s u r n a m e s F to M
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year's frosh team
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Koy Davis, first choice f o r q u a r t e r back.
to all ye olde and new
H o u s e m a n field.
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K o d a k s and K o d a k Finishing, Framing and Gifts
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(iregor a r e the two juniors elected
t h e l i n e w i t h ( " a p t . Hill T a p p a n
Of t h e r e t u r n i n g regulars. Coach
b a t t l e it o u t
will [ G r a n d v i l l e s p e e d s t e r
president; Carolyn learn
meet with your approval. However, are
last m e e t i n g are: Lorraine T i m m e r ,
lot of f u m b l i n g s p o i l e d c h a n c e s t o c o m e a c r o s s o n p a y d i r t . Parting
d o w n . t h e l a t t e r a f t e r K a m p of J . C . r e c o v e r e d o n a b l o c k e d
l e a v i n g s , will
with Grand Kapids Junior at Grand
P r a c t i c e s will be
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H i n g a ' s boys
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to a v e n g e last year's d e f e a t .
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opinion to the contrary. Coach
l i t — ( i . K. J u n i o r
h o w s t r o n g (J. K. J u n i o r w ; ; s t h i s y e a r , C o a c h
itancy. we s u r m i s e .
field, we're g o i n g to meet
u p a bit.
S e p t . 2H—Central St. T'ch's ()ct.
jjinjra has a formidable batter)
be t h e
the various sections and
Football Schedule Oct.
on o u r o w n
m e s s
r e i g n w i t h m o r e p o w e r a?<'l m a j e s t y
b o w l i n g will be t h e f e a t u r e d s p o r t s
to pick a
Hut t h e r e
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f O p p e n
A f t e r t a k i n g a KMi insult f r o m the ( i r a n d R a p i d s J u n i o r b o y s last
again — peering
R C I I
to a n y col-jjrirls.
of j k n o w - i t - a l l
into this a g g r e g a t i o n .
lege or professional team that runs
be called to s e r v i c e O c t o b e r called
e n l i s t e d in n a v a l a i r c o r p s a n d w i l l
M e y e r s of ( J r a n d
the strongest I
our heartfelt sympathy recent
The K i b i t z e r . . .
De Fouw, Timmer W A A Board Plans To Share Backfield Year's Full Slate T o m o r r o w H o p e ' s 1941 g r i d i r o n
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