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Hope College flnchor

LVI-2

Official Publication of the Students of Hope College at Holland Michigan

September 30, 1942

FROSH GET GREEN TONIGHT S P.M. Fourteen Education Students Practice In Local Schools

Council to Follow Up Green Party W i t h M a n y Events

WILL SING HERE NEXT WEEK

First Initiated To Pot, Tarn

Teaching a s s i g n m e n t s f o r senior education s t u d e n t s doing their work Social and Patriotic during the first semester were announced last week by Prof. Gar-1 Events Are Planned rett Vander Borgh, director of T o n i g h t ' s the night when every practice teaching. true Frosh will rejoice as he (and she) beam from beneath t h a t verdant " t o p p e r ! " Their song may be " H a t s Off to the W a r " but upperclassmen

will

tune. 1 hey thank,

soon

change

do have the

however,

for

this

that

war to year's

F r e s h m e n will wear only pots and t a m s . The Student Council regreU, to report that due to increased p.ices, inferior m a t e r i a l , and lack uf ribbon in general, the well known and much loved ( ? ) tiea will be eliminated. I'ersis P a r k e r , social chairman, is in c h a r g e of the Mixer where all the m e m b e r s ui the Class of '46 will march bef o r e their fellow students, pay cash on the line, and receive the awaited GRbEN. Along with the " g r e e n " reports, the Student Council, under President Clinton Harrison, have been working hard so t h a t we might have plenty to look f o r w a r d to t h r o u g h o u t the year. Last J u n e they elected Verne Boersma as vice president; Dorothy Wendt, secr e t a r y ; and Larry Beltman, treasurer. Larry and Verne were also given the c h a i r m a n s h i p of interclass g a m e s and Commons Committee, respectively; and I'ersis P a r k e r was appointed social chairman. The c a m p u s d e f e n s e s e t u p will be organized in a n o t h e r week or two. The various c a m p u s organizations will each have an opportunity to contribute to the p r o g r a m in some way. The defense f o r u m s and the defense council will be re-established. As soon as possible the Commons Room will be moved into the old f r e s h m a n chem lab in Van Raalte. With this new central location, interest in the room is expected to increase considerably. And now with this g a s r a t i o n i n g coming on, it'll be all out to the Commons Room. Another possibility to look forward to is the f a c t t h a t the library may be open on S a t u r d a y and also in the evenings. This m a t t e r was looked into last s p r i n g and now Carl S c h a f t e n e r and Verne Boersma are f u r t h e r i n g the investigation. President Harrison wishes to inform all the m e m b e r s and anyone else interested t h a t there h a s been no change in the meeting time of the Council. The r e g u l a r meeting will be every Tuesday a f t e r Y in the basement of the Chapel until the Commons Room is completed in Van Raalte Hall, where meetings will then be held.

Homecoming Is Oct. 24 Should auld acquaintance be forg o t ? Co-chairman Millie T i m m e r and Al Weenink report firmly in the negative. Homecoming, t h a t campus highlight, will be held this y e a r on Friday, October 24, the day of our gridiron tussle a g a i n s t Albion. Definite plans f o r the a f f a i r haven't been made as yet, but the chairmen have scheduled a committee m e e t i n g f o r Monday, September 28. At t h a t time p a r a d e and banquet, sub-chairmen and committees will be selected.

NOTICE!

The secondary s t u d e n t t e a c h e r s ' jroup is one of the smallest secj n d a r y g r o u p s in the history of Hope College. There are only five girls practicing this s e m e s t e r . Those in J u n i o r High teaching English a r e : B a r b a r a Van Volken-1 burgh with Miss Vander Werf as critic t e a c h e r ; Florence Bouwens under Miss Shackson's supervision and Ruth Newnham under M i s s Ewald. Donna Eby is also in Junior High teaching History under Miss Bishop. Edith Klaaren goes to Senior High to teach English under Miss Mulder. Those s t u d e n t teachers in the elementary grades a r e undergoing several changes from the methods used f or m e r l y in practice teaching. In this new " p r o b l e m " course the student, while still having one critic teacher, will actually be teaching in t h r e e different g r a d e s under three different teachers. Those teaching the early element a r y in Washington School a r e : John Tyers, one of America'.' Louise Becker with Miss Hardy as critic t e a c h e r ; Ma r j or i e Brouwer, important young singers, will prewho will also teach music, under sent a recital in Hope Memorial Miss Van Vyven; J a n e t Clark unchapel at 8:15 p. m. on Friday. der Miss Messer; Syd MacGregor under Mrs. Henshaw; Irma Stop- October 9, as the first event in the ples under Miss C a t h c a r t ; and Mil- Holland Cooperative Concert serdred T i m m e r also under Mrs. Hen- ies. Though young in years, this shaw. talented baritone has a record of Florence Dykema will teach early achievement surpassed only by a elementary in Lincoln School under h a n d f u l of topnotch celebrities in Miss Peterson. Mary Elizabeth Van the music world. He has a p p e a r e d Dyke and also Marjorie B o r g m a n on the radio in the "Hall of S o n g " will teach early e l e m e n t a r y in p r o g r a m , was a finalist in the 1941 Longfellow School under M i s s Kossen. Teaching of the l a t e r elem e n t a r y will be taken up by Mary J a n e Raffenaud in Van Raalte under Miss Ihrman.

superintendent

of

the

Chicago district office of the Civil Aeronautics Administration, Dr. Raymond received word Monday that there is a possibility of obtaining a class in civilian pilot training for Naval V-5's and V-l's indicating preference for aviation work. All men in these classes who are interested should contact Dr. Raymond immediately.

w e a r i n ' of the G R E E N . green

Been wondering where last y e a r ' s education g r a d s are teaching this f a l l ? Then cast your eye over this impressive list and t r y to remember a few so that you won't feel too ignorant at Homecoming time. Those teaching e l e m e n t a r y a r e : J u n e Baker at N e w a y g o ; N o r m a Becksfort, Dearborn; Leola Bocks, Coral; Ditty Bonga, Muskegon H e i g h t s ; Nancy Boynton, Scottville; Lileeth Brouwer, F e n t o n ; Dorothy Curtis, Dearborn; Eleanor Dal man, H a r r i n g t o n School, Holland; Magy Felter, M o n t a g u e ; P e g g y Hadden, Holland; Carolyn Kremers, South Lyon; Pearl Laman, Wyoming P a r k Township; Ruthea Martin, Lee, Grand Rapids; Anna Naberhuis, Montello Park, Holland; Arlene Rosendahl, Comstock; Mrs. Robert Carley (Dorothy S h r a m e k last s p r i n g ) , Montague; J e a n n e S w a r t , S o u t h Holland, III.; Doris Van Hoven, Clarkston; J a n e Veneklasen, Holland; and Morrie Webber, Middleville. Secondary school teaching positions have been secured by Betty Daugherty, Comstock; Beth Marcus, F e n t o n ; Nola Nies, Comstock; Dorothy Renzema, Grand Rapids; Jeanette Rylaarsdam, Traverse City; Ruth S t e g e n g a , Union City, N. J . ; Lorraine T i m m e r , R a v e n n a ; J e a n n e t t e Van Beek, Lake City. Iowa; Doris Vander Borgh, Clarkston; Gus Van E e r d e n , F e n t o n ; Junella Vander Linden, Lee, Grand Rapids; Marian Van Zyl, K a l k a s k a ; Bill Vlieger, Maurice, Iowa; and Dorothy Waldo, Scottville.

YM's Grand Start Promises Success L a s t night Coach Milton H i n g a presented an i n t e r e s t i n g t a l k a t the weekly m e e t i n g of YMCA. App r o p r i a t e music and devotions were also included in t h e p r o g r a m . T h e week before Dr. Wichere spoke a t t h e first m e e t i n g of the y e a r on the subject '"College Priorities." J o h n Kleis led t h e singi n g and t h e devotions were in c h a r g e of A r t h u r J o h n s o n .

All f r e s h m e n will receive t h e i r

tonignt at the All College mixer at eight o'clock in

t h e Carnegie g y m n a s i u m . S t u d e n t Council President Clinton H a r r i s o n and B a r b a r a Dee Folensbee, W A L president, will top the f r o s h president. Dale Van Lente, and Student Council representative, Betty De Vries. I

De Fouw Replaces Frank Lokker as Blue Key Prexy

The

following rules will be in

I effect until T h a n k s g i v i n g : (1) All frosh males must " p o t " by removing their caps and making a graceful bow to upperclassmen.

This

includes sophomores unless they are

At a special m e e t i n g last Thurs-

pulled through the river. (2) Fresh-

day Don De Fouw, Grand Rapids

men m u s t w e a r the " g r e e n " at all

senior, was elected to the presi-

times

dency of the Hope c h a p t e r of Blue

and off the c a m p u s and in and out

Key,

of town. (3)

National

Honor

Fraternity.

(except Sundays), both on A f t e r 10 o'clock in

De Fouw will fill the vacancy left

che evening f r o s h must not be seen

by President F r a n k Ix)kker of Hol-

on the streets. (4)

No f r e s h m a n

land who is now serving with the

may d a t e an upperclassmen except United S t a t e s A r m y . Lokker is the on meeting n i g h t s and Sundays. only one of the nine men elected Violators will be summoned to apto Blue Key last spring who will

j Metropolitan Auditions of t h e Air, has played principal p a r t s in the Shubert Opera company in Louisville and has been soloist with major s y m p h o n y orchestras. He is a native of California and attended college in San Diego, later going to New York City for s t u d y a t the Julliard G r a d u a t e school. He has an a t t r a c t i v e personality, and a rich and brilliant voice. He is now a p p e a r i n g with the Nine O'clock Opera company in "The Marriage of F i g a r r o . "

For U n i t e d States A r m e d Forces

In a letter from W. E. Barton,

Pot f r o s h ! Pot f r o s h ! Yes, tonight's the night for the

Welmer's Son Studies A f r i c a n

June Grads Teach A t Many Schools

Van Lente, De Vries will be

Africa speaks — and, suddenly words, phrases, and sentences, and it becomes i m p o r t a n t for m a n y conversation. The g r a m m a r of the persons to u n d e r s t a n d the Dark l a n g u a g e is reduced to a brief but Continent. Since the recent developments in the t h e a t r e of war, it complete outline which is easily has become necessary for the learned and applied. The result United S t a t e s to know A f r i c a , and resembles a set of mathematical formulae considerably more than to know A f r i c a intimately. it does an old-fashioned g r a m m a r . William Welmers, son of o u r Considering that only four weeks own Professor Welmers, is one of spent on research in Fanti before three University of Pennsylvania the t e a c h i n g began, the s t u d e n t s students who are c o n c e n t r a t i n g picked up the l a n g u a g e with amaztheir efforts on the s t u d y of the ing rapidity. Any of the e i g h t of languages of three of the principal them could, according to Mr. Nkrupeoples of A f r i c a . Results of their mah, obtain food, clothing, shelter, labors will be used by U n i t e d and t r a n s p o r t a t i o n with no diffiS t a t e s military forces. culty a m o n g the natives. For three hours daily each of Other Penn s t u d e n t s doing rethese scholars c o n f e r with an A f r i search work in the African tongues can native. From the notes they of Housa and Swahili are Carlton are compiling in these one-man Hodge of Springfield, Illinois, and classrooms, they will c o n s t r u c t dicFred Luekoff of Philadelphia. tionaries, g r a m m a r s , and phraseLinguists of America welcome books of these l a n g u a g e s . the opportunity to expand their Although there are hundreds of field of endeavor and reserch. Allanguages used in A f r i c a today, ready the University of Pennsylthe a t t e m p t has been made to s t u d y vania h a s established an A f r i c a n those which are spoken in the wildInstitute which, it is hoped, will est area, so t h a t a knowledge of be a p e r m a n e n t p a r t of the unitwo or three will suffice over a versity. It is expected t h a t Wellarge a r e a where p e r h a p s a dozen mers and Hodge, both of whom or more l a n g u a g e s a r e actually hope to earn their Ph.D. degrees spoken. The African native who in their respective l a n g u a g e s next u n d e r s t a n d s or speaks only one spring, will be the first American l a n g u a g e or dialect is a c o m p a r a s t u d e n t s to earn t h a t degree with tive r a r i t y . a m a j o r in A f r i c a n studies. William Welmers, Hope '36, is rooting out the secrets of the 3,000,000 F a n t i who inhabit t h e Gold Coast of West A f r i c a , where American troops are now located. F r a n c i s Nurakofi N k r u m a h , a scholarship s t u d e n t in philosophy a t the The P a l e t t e and Masque C l u b has G r a d u a t e School, has been helping g r e a t plans f o r the coming year. him to learn t h e l a n g u a g e of F a n t i Activities will be centered around which is said to be mor e difficult the new workshop t h a t is being f o r a f o r e i g n e r to g r a s p than E n g - constructed on t h e third floor of lish. Mr. Welmers h a s been in the Van Raalte Building. T h i s new charge of a class in F a n t i , which room will provide facilities f o r poscovered a twelve-week s u m m e r ses- t e r m a k i n g , p r e s e n t i n g skits, develsion. oping s t a g e technique and f o r the The teaching of these l a n g u a g e s r e g u l a r weekly meetings. r e p r e s e n t s an e x p e r i m e n t in a new T h i s y e a r the club is u n d e r the method of t e a c h i n g spoken dialects, very able leadership of Edith a n d it can a l r e a d y be termed a Klaaren, p r e s i d e n t ; AI B o r g m a n , success. The p u r p o s e is to t e a c h vice p r e s i d e n t ; and P e a r l Scholten, the s t u d e n t s to speak t h e l a n g u a g e s e c r e t a r y - t r e a s u r e r . within twelve weeks. Classes a r e S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g a t nine o'clock held f o r f o u r h o u r s a day, and in- is t h e t i m e of r e g u l a r m e e t i n g s . tensive practice is given in p r o - Watch t h e bulletin board f o r an nunciation, t h e construction of a n n o u n c e m e n t of t h e first m e e t i n g .

P & M Club to G e t New Workshop

pear before the Student Council. not be present this year to help The u n f o r t u n a t e frosh will be tried in c a r r y i n g on the large program and sentenced by the j u r y . presented by Blue Key. The ADD girls will assist with Officers a s s i s t i n g President Don the distribution of the r e m a i n d e r De Fouw will be Vice President of the " g r e e n . " Due to w a r condiHarvey Koop and Secretary-Treasu r e r Dan F y l s t r a . tions there will be no ribbons f o r Blue Key's p r o g r a m is already the f r o s h this year. s t r o n g l y under way. F y l s t r a and Milt V e r b u r g is to act as m a s t e r Harvey Staal, in c h a r g e of the of ceremonies for the a f f a i r and Book Store, reported t h a t so f a r this year the Book Store has han- Dr. Wynand Wichers will a d d r e s s the s t u d e n t s informally. Commudled over a thousand books. Seymour Padnos, c h a i r m a n i n g the nity singing and yells will be led sale of football p r o g r a m s and Hope armbands, r e p o r t s their sale at this y e a r ' s first Hope g a m e to be a success, the e n t i r e stock of a r m b a n d s having been sold. The Student Guide, published by Blue Key and edited by Milt Verburg, assisted by Clint Harrison, is f a s t being organized. The cont r a c t for p r i n t i n g has a l r e a d y been let and although no definite date f o r distribution has been announced it should be in the near f u t u r e . Blue Key F a c u l t y Adviser Albert L a m p e n announced t h a t the first r e g u l a r m e e t i n g of the honor f r a t e r n i t y would be during the middle of October but, due to o t h e r scheduled events, was not able to set a definite date.

Chem Club Holds Opening Meeting This Afternoon A short organization meeting this a f t e r n o o n will begin the year officially f o r the Chem club. Besides opening the business meeting, Club President Earl De Witt will give a brief report on the recent American Chemical Society Convention, which he recently attended in Buffalo. Many m e m b e r s of the club have been helping p r e p a r e the chemistry laboratories and stockrooms f o r r e g u l a r laboratory use. Chem club m e m b e r s also acted as guides in the science building d u r i n g the open house on Dedication day. The m e m b e r s of the chemistry club a r e also assisting Drs. Van Zyl and Kleinheksel with laboratory instruction in the c h e m i s t r y laboratories t h r o u g h o u t the year. The chemistry club officers f o r this y e a r besides De Witt, president, a r e : vice president, Gordon Schrotenboer; secretary-treasurer, M u r r a y Snow. Drs. Van Zyl and Kleinheksel a r e f a c ul t y advisors f o r t h e club. In o r d e r to a t t a i n membership in t h e society, a s t u d e n t m u s t be maj o r i n g in chemistry, have completed one full y e a r of college chemistry, h a v e a scholastic s t a n d i n g a b o v e a v e r a g e , and be recommended f o r m e m b e r s h i p by one of t h e profess o r s in t h e c h e m i s t r y d e p a r t m e n t . Because of the high qualifications required f o r e n t r a n c e , t h e Chem club h a s remained a small, compact g r o u p of s t u d e n t s , all h a v i n g a definite gpal a n d p u r p o s e toward which t h e y a r e woridng.

by peppy Al Rypstra.

There are

promises of music, d r a m a and comedy to be presented by each class. R e f r e s h m e n t s (an added a t t r a c tion) will be served. Persis P a r k er is c h a i r m a n for the mixer. o

Beltman Appoints Milestone Staff Several j u n i o r s have been recently chosen f o r positions on the staff of the 1J>43 Milestone, it was announced last week by Editor L a r r y Beltman. Kalamazoo junior. Acting on the editorial staff of the annual f o r this y e a r a r e : Norma Lemmer, Kalamazoo, as associate editor; Ruth Van Bronkhorst, Conrad, Montana, and George Lumsden, N i a g a r a Falls, N. Y., a s co-literary editors; J a c k K r u m , Holland, as a r t editor; Mary Blair, Union City, N. J., as society editor; Roger Koeppe, Holland, as s p o r t s editor; and Roger Prince, Grand Rapids sophomore, as p h o t o g r a p h y editor. Working on " Y , " and religious activities are Melba Dings, Rensselaer, N. Y., and H a r l a n d Steele, Hohawk, N. Y.; handling girls' sports and activities is Rose Winstrom, Zeeland; Fritzi J o n k man, Holland, will cover senior activities; Donna Eby, Holland senior, will act a s senior staff repres e n t a t i v e ; and Phyllis Pelgrim, Holland, will assist in a r t work f o r the annual. Also working on general staff activities are M a r g e E m ery, Grand H a v e n , Persis P a r k e r , Buffalo. N. Y., and J i m Wierenga, Grand Haven. Beltman stated, however, t h a t the editorial staff g r o u p is not yet complete and t h a t several o t h e r staff members will be selected f o r work on the y e a r book, which is an annual project of the junior class. Gene Rothi, Grand Haven, appointed last spring as business m a n a g e r , recently enlisted in the A r m y Air Corps and will not be in school this year. Announcement of t h e new business m a n a g e r and a s s i s t a n t will be made within a f e w days. K e e p i n g books f o r the 1943 Milestone is Staff T r e a s u r e r Clarence W a g n e r , Chicago. Also servi n g on the business staff of t h e y e a r book a r e : Bob Lucking, K a l a mazoo; Verne Boersma, Holland; Keith S o d e r b u r g , Holland; Bruce Mikula, H o l l a n d ; and Lois Mary H i n k a m p , Holland. O t h e r s will also be chosen to assist t h e business staff in its activities f o r the coming year.


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Hope College Anchor E d i t o r - n-chief Business Manager Associate Editors

Milton V e r b u r g Williaai Moerdyk Roger Koeppe, Mary Blair

Hope College Anchor

Frat Pins Fly as Chisman Passes Cigars; Van Vleck Causes Soph Slump

Hello again, faithful public! I s n ' t it good to be b a c k ? W e l l , I PubllttMd every t w o WMIU d u r i n g the school y e a r by t h e HtudenU of Hope Call ge. don't know, sometimes when 1 stop Ent«r<»d M tecond CIMS n u t t e r ut the poat olf.ce ot H o l l a n d . M chiKHn. ut spec ul r u U of po«t«g« provided for In •vct.on 1103 of A c t of C o n g r e H B . October 3, 1917 a n d and t r y to figure o u t w h e r e I a m •utnorited October 19, 1918. in t h e m a d w h i r l of r u s h i n g a n d Mail s u b s c r i p t i o n s , o n e d o l l a r p e r y e a r ^eas a n d new classes, I feel a s A d d r e s s — T h e A n c h o r , H o p e College, Holland, M i c h i g a n t h o u g h I h a v e n ' t even been g o n e . T e l e p h o n e 9436 E x c e p t , of c o u r s e , t h a t t h e r e ' s PRINTKD AT OLD NIVVK PRINTLRV a lot of s u m m e r n e w s to c a t c h up on. T h e t r a v e l s of f r a t pins, f o r e x a m p l e . I k n o w you'll be s u r p r i s e d to h e a r t h a t W e n d y R a m e a u ' s T h e college student's p a r t in winning the w a r has been w e a r i n g Dan F y l s i r a ' a now, a n d t h a t B a r b T a z e l a a r has j o i n e d t h e clearly laid down by W a r Manpower Chief Paul V. McNutt. New Brunswick Ladies' Auxiliary The path of service f o r k s : All able-bodied males and bound Society w e a r i n g Blase's. J u d V a n f o r duty in the armed forces. All others,, men and co-eds, W y k a n d Lou C h i s m a n p a s s e d cig a r s a t E m e r s o n i a n , J u d t o celemust be trained to c a r r y the ball on the Home f r o n t . o r a t e P e r s i s P a r k e r , and Lou a s Mr. McNutt in a spaech at P u r d u e recently s a i d : p r o x y f o r Ken N e w e n d o r p ( f o o l e d ' T h e colleges and universities are charged with increasing you. d i d n ' t I ? ) who's g o i n g to the number of technicians upon which both industry and the m a r r y J a n e t A r n o l d in J u n e , Uncle armed forces depend. The colleges and universities, by in- S a m willing. E l k y M u i l e n b e r g h u n g s u r i n g a continual supply of technically trained men and his pin on Rose W i n s t r o m , J o n women, can insure the continual increasa-Of our strength f o r H i e t b r i n k g a v e his to P e n n y De Weerd, a n d L e R o y S a n d e e s l i p p e d victory and f o r peace." a r i n g on t h e finger of t h e girl he l e f t behind h i m . MORE M E N X ^ E D E D 1 s o m e t i m e s w o n d e r how t h a t In another statement, Secretary of W a r Stimson explained Cupid lad m a n a g e s to g e t a r o u n d t h a t the armed forces are already r u n n i n g short of man- so f a s t a n d f u r i o u s l y ! T h e first f e w d a y s of c l a s s e s l e f t power and new recruits must be called up. Student members m o s t s t u d e n t s f r u s t r a t e d . N o t onlyof the enlisted reserve will not be summoned at some in- lid t h e y h a v e to peek f r o m room definite date in the f u t u r e — they will be called up at the end io room to find t h e i r c l a s s e s , b u t of the present college terms as they reach the d r a f t age of 20. -hey c o u l d n ' t tell f r o s h f r o m old " T h e stepping up of the intensity of the vital combat in s t u d e n t s . E v e r y b o d y wore t h e s a m e ba.Tled e x p r e s s i o n ! Any n e r v o u s which we are engaged and the g r o w i n g need for enlarged b r e a k d o w n s a m o n g s o p h o m o r e s in forces," he said, "make it clear that all young men f o r t u n a t e the n e x t f e w w e e k s can p r o b a b l y

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enough to have the physical and mental qualifications to enable them to serve their country in the armed forces are destined f o r that service." When the reservists are called to the colors, Mr. Stimson added, the A r m y will give them highly specialized t r a i n i n g to fit them f o r specific military tasks. The ROTC t r a i n i n g p ro g ra m will be modified, he said, but he did not enlarge on this point. Signs multiplied, meanwhile, that the d r a f t age would be lowered to 18 sooner or later. The Senate Military Affairs Committee called a hearing on the Gurney bill and the comparable committee in the House is expected to take it up later. F. W. Wilby, superintendent at West Point, added his voice to those who believe t h a t the realities of total war demand the supple bodies, clear minds and unfettered h e a r t s of the 18- and 19-year-olds. President Roosevelt expressed the opinion that it would not be necessary to call up the younger boys before J a n . 1. The present selective service law, he told a press conference, is providing about as many older men as can be trained with the present facilities f o r the rest of this year. If and when the d r a f t age is dropped, the law will tap a reservoir of 2,500,000 youths between 18 and 20 who have registered f o r selective service but cannot be touched now. —Office of War Information.

Make Work and Fun Count Now With the call to a r m s being sounded throughout the country, with a general spirit of alertness and a need to make everything count being felt everywhere, we would like to urge that that same spirit make itself felt right here on Hope's campus. The Student Council, as President Harrison informed us in the last issue of this paper, has carefully laid its plans to fit the times. It has done its p a r t and will continue to do so as various events are run off. Beyond that, it is up to each member of the student body to see to it that these events are made to count, by participating in them and letting them fill the place in our college program for which they have been designed. A good example of the cooperation for which we a r e striving is the " Y " Skating P a r t y held the Friday night of Orientation Week. People were turned away at the doors and those who did stay found others more than willing to share their skates so that all might participate, it's this kind of thing t h a t akems f o r real f u n and fellowship. We suggest we all get to know our Council — its personnel as well as its workings. All Council meetings are open to the student public. Before long there'll be freshmen going on trial for violation of the "Green" rules and these are bound to make good listening. Various campus organizations are to have a p a r t in the defense p ro g ra m and we're s u r e everyone feels the need f o r utmost cooperation where defense measures a r e involved, but let's make this feeling go beyond the scope of the defense pro g ram and extend over all activities. —MARY BLAIR.

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N i e u s m a w a s d r o p p e d by t h e l a t t e r in t h e end zone, g i v i n g t h e L a n c e r club possession of t h e ball on t h e i r o w n 20 a n d e n d i n g t h e first a n d r e a l l y only good t o u c h down d r i v e d i s p l a y e d by t h e D u t c h . H o p e s t a r t e d the ball g a m e w i t h H i g g s k i c k i n g off to t h e 23, w h e r e W i c h t , t h e b i g boy in t h e L a n c e r backfield, r a n it back five y a r d s . An e x c h a n g e of p u n t s by N o r c r o s s a n d H i g g s b r o u g h t t h e ball to t h e L a n c e r five, w h e r e t h e q u a r t e r e n d ed w i t h t h e L a n c e r s a g a i n s t t h e i r own wall. A n o t h e r e x c h a n g e of p u n t s a f t e r f u t i l e line p l a y s on both t e a m s g a v e t h e L a n c e r s t h e a d v a n t a g e w h e n P a r t a n e n blocked H i g g s ' p u n t ; t h e u n i v e r s i t y took o v e r on t h e Hope 25, f a i l e d to g a i n a n d kicked out of b o u n d s . Hope completed two passes f r o m Higgs to F r e s h m a n J o e N o r t h o e k f o r an e a r n i n g of 25 y a r d s , a s t h e half ended.

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Keep it up. men. that's what the crowd likes . . . However,

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course, we can't expect a team to function too smoothly the first g a m e and we're sure that the blocking will improve . . . We just can't say enough about that man Davis. A s H i g g s said after the game. " A w f u l few of them get past Davis." While we're passing bouquets we ought to hand one to Kddie Nieusma. who played a splendid g a m e at end. He wasn't perfect and he dropped a touchdown pass but he was still outstanding. That was Eddie's first complete g a m e at end and it was a swell one . . .

S o m e people s e e m e d to t h i n k t h a t C a p t . H a r v e y Koop p l a y e d a poor g a m e at r i g h t t a c k l e b e c a u s e m o s t of the G r a n d R a p i d s g a i n s w e r e m a d e off his t a c k l e . I b e g to d i f f e r . H a n - p l a y e d t h e g a m e with a s o r e s h o u l d e r and t h e L a n c e r s t h r e w f o u r or five b l o c k e r s a t his side of the line e v e r y t i m e t h e y c a m e his w a y . H a n - p l a y e d his h e a r t out a n d to s a y t h a t his g a m e was i n f e r i o r is a g r o s s e r r o r . . . E v e r y real H o p e i t e should h a v e his or her fingers c r o s s e d f o r Don D e F o u w . . . Don h u r t his leg m o r e t h a n s o m e t h o u g h t a t t h e t i m e a n d m a y be out i n d e f i n i t e l y . W i s n e r s t a r t e d f o r Karel a n d T h e loss of an All M I A A f u l l b a c k c e r t a i n l y is g o i n g to h u r t Northoek for De Fouw, who The Kibitzer just loves to stick his neck out. We'll pick the Yanks w r e n c h e d his knee in t h e second in six games, Morton Cooper as the most valuable player in the Naq u a r t e r a s Hope received W r o - tional league, and either Ted Williams or Joe Gordon as most valuable b l e w s k i ' s kickoff on t h e 38. H i g g s in the American league . . . Just in case s o m e of you didn't realize it. p u n t e d a f t e r a T p l a y f a i l e d a n d Dick H i g g s was dragged down by his jersey on the last play of {he t h e M c N i t t boys s t a r t e d on a game. A few inches to the right and Dick would have had a clear field t o u c h d o w n drive t h a t n e t t e d t h e m for a touchdown. Wouldn't that have been d r a m a t i c ! ! a t o t a l of 25 y a r d s ; Y e o m e n s s t o p p e d W i c h t on t h e 22 a f t e r t w o first d o w n s had been c h a l k e d up by t h e l a n c e r s . Once a g a i n the cold h a n d of f a t e r e s t e d on the locals' s h o u l d e r s , f o r a p a s s f r o m H i g g s t o N i e u s m a slid r i g h t into On F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n . O c t o b e r 16, N o r c r o s s ' h a n d s a n d he r a n it back t h i r t y - s i x m e n will e n d e a v o r to to t h e H o p e 18 b e f o r e being s t o p p e d by N o r t h o e k . pull each o t h e r t h r o u g h t h e cold Last Q u a r t e r D e s p e r a t e and d i r t y Black River. L a r r y BeltT h e L a n c e r s s t a r t e d t h e last man, chairman interclass activities, q u a r t e r on t h e H o p e 18, a d v a n c e d t h e p i g s k i n to the 11 on an off- h a s a p p o i n t e d J e a n R u i t e r as c h a i r t a c k l e p l u n g e , w e r e t h r o w n back m a n of the g i r l s ' g a m e s and J i m Kleijans

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" J i g g s " H i g g s is a 180-pound ' been r e v e a l e d a n d b r o u g h t i n t o t h e soph h a l f b a c k f r o m C e d a r S p r i n g s . D u r i n g t h e s e h o u r s t h e r e will be light. T h e f o l l o w i n g a r e t h e p l a y - " J i g g s " w a s t h e s p a r k p l u g f o r the t w e l v e m i n u t e s of c a l i s t h e n i c s , e r s who s a w the m o s t a c t i o n in D u t c h d e f e n s i v e F r i d a y n i g h t . . . t w e n t y - f i v e m i n u t e s of m i l i t a r y passing, punting, and running. last night's g a m e : drill a n d t h e r e s t of t h e h o u r will , T e d W i s n e r , 170-pound h a l f b a c k " E d d i e " N i e u s m a , s e n i o r end be s p e n t in o t h e r p h y s i c a l exer-1 from Grandville, substituted for w e i g h i n g 165 pounds, p l a y e d fullKarel in t h e second q u a r t e r and cises. T h e l a s t m e n t i o n e d will con-1 back last y e a r . He d r o p p e d a p a s s showed up p r e t t y well in his first s i s t of t h r o w i n g i m a g i n a r y h a n d in t h e first q u a r t e r which would college g a m e . g r e n a d e s , u s i n g t h e r i n g s in t h e h a v e been good f o r a t o u c h d o w n ; J o e N o r t h o e k . 153-pound q u a r t e r gym, j u m p i n g hurdles and using b u t r e d e e m e d h i m s e l f by p l a y i n g a back f r o m G r a n d R a p i d s , p l ay ed o t h e r e x e r c i s e s which a r e s t a n d a r d t o p - n o t c h d e f e n s i v e g a m e t h e re- De F o u w ' s t a i l b a c k position v e r y m u s c l e h a r d e n e r s of t h e A r m y , m a i n d e r of t h e e v e n i n g . well f o r a f r o s h . N a v y and M a r i n e C o r p s . Len P a p e , 195-pound s o p h o m o r e B u d " K o r a n d a is a soph t a c k l e In d i r e c t c o m p l i a n c e w i t h t h e t a c k l e f r o m G r a n d R a p i d s S o u t h f r o m G r a n d R a p i d s . . . 178-poundg o v e r n m e n t ' s r e q u e s t . H o p e College H i g h , w a s a 6 0 - m i n u t e m a n in t h e er. " B u d " is a first r e s e r v e f o r t h e h a s s t a r t e d t h i s p r o g r a m , which is Lancer tilt. tackle position. e x p e c t e d to be in full s w i n g by " L e n " Dick, soph g u a r d , w e i g h s T h e D u t c h showed a d e f i n i t e ofn e x t week. J a c k S c h o u t e n is in 175. A g r a d u a t e of Holland H i g h , f e n s i v e w e a k n e s s on r u n n i n g p l a y s . c h a r g e and is g o i n g to be a s s i s t e d h e w a s a l s o a 6 0 - m i n u t e m a n in The a e r i a l o f f e n s i v e w a s s e v e r e l y by Bob R o w a n , who h a s h a d preFriday's game. h a n d i c a p p e d by De F o u w ' s i n j u r y vious m i l i t a r y t r a i n i n g . " J a c k " s a y s " H o o t s " R o w a n , o u r 180-pound and t h e bad w e a t h e r c o n d i t i o n s . the p r o g r a m will be t o u g h but in[ c e n t e r , p l a y e d h a l f b a c k on last T h e blocking w a s a l s o w e a k . teresting. y e a r ' s t e a m as a f r e s h m a n . Rowan T h e n e x t g a m e will be p l ay ed a t is a g r a d u a t e of Holland H i g h . He ^ p s i l a n t i w i t h Michigan N o r m a l . Frosh Class Organized p l a y e d a v e r y fine d e f e n s i v e g a m e Coach H i n g a will u n d o u b t e d l y iron a g a i n s t G.R.U. out t h e t e a m ' s chief w e a k n e s s e s by A f t e r w o r k i n g industriously over " J a c k " Y e o m a n s . a j u n i o r g u a r d then. a t w o - h o u r e x a m , the c l a s s of 1946 who w e i g h s 175 pounds, is a HolA l t h o u g h t h e t e a m did not show held its first m e e t i n g on F r i d a y , land H i g h g r a d u a t e . J a c k is the up a s well a s had been e x p e c t e d , S e p t . 18. T h e p u r p o s e of t h e m e e t " V o o r h e e s F l a s h " who s h o w e d all the o u t c o m e w a s b e t t e r t h a n the i n g w a s to elect class o f f i c e r s . his g i r l s a fine g a m e . first g a m e of last y e a r w h e n t h e Dale Van L e n t e , " M a y o r of Hol( a p t a i n " H a r v " Koop is a s e n i o r b o a r d r e v e a l e d a 17-0 s c o r e in l a n d , " has t h e h o n o r of b e i n g p r e s t a c k l e who w e i g h s 180 pounds. He G.R.U.'s f a v o r . The w e a t h e r conident. His vice p r e s i d e n t is Bill a l s o is a 6 0 - m i n u t e p l a y e r and d i t i o n s can p r o b a b l y be b l a m e d f o r B r a n d l i ; s e c r e t a r y , F r a n c e s Van s h o w e d up well d e s p i t e a bad shoul- t h e f a i l u r e of H i n g a ' s a e r i a l offenD u z e r ; t r e a s u r e r . Bob S c h e e r h o r n . ' d e r . H a r v is a local m a n who sive which he had p l a n n e d on u s i n g S t u d e n t council r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s a r e p l a y e d f o r Holland H i g h . as a m a i n s c o r i n g f e a t u r e . B e t t y De V r i e s and H o w a r d Koop. ; G e o r g e S l a g e r . 175-pound end H e f t y J a c k Dorn is " P u l l C a p t a i n . " ' f r o m D e c a t u r H i g h , is p l a y i n g his second v a r s i t y y e a r .

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f o r a couple of losses, penalized f o r offside, a n d e n d e d up back on t h e 2 0 - y a r d line. T h i s p a r t i c u l a r s po t in t h e g a m e s h o w e d t h e H o p e t e a m in its best f o r m a n d living up to its p r e - s e a s o n e x p e c t a t i o n s . A l a s t d o w n p u n t by N o r c r o s s g a v e t h e H i n g a m e n possession on t h e i r own 12. A g a i n the p o o r b l o c k i n g of t h e H o p e b a c k s f o r c e d H i g g s to punt, and this time the Lancers c a m e in d e f i n i t e s c o r i n g s i g h t . A r e v e r s e , an o f f - t a c k l e p l u n g e , and a c e n t e r s m a s h b r o u g h t t h e pigskin t o t h e Hope 1 0 - y a r d s t r i p e r . A p a s s , i n t e n d e d f o r Nicholson, w a s k n o c k e d down by R o w a n , and t h e Blue took over, t h i s t i m e with t h e i r b a c k s to t h e wall. A p u n t by H i g g s , a r e t u r n p u n t by Norcross , a n d H o p e took p o s s e s s i o n on t h e L a n c e r 40. A l a s t m i n u t e drive w a s f u t i l e , a n d t h e ball g a m e w a s o v e r . W h e n t h e s m o k e c l e a r e d , cert a i n p l a y e r s had d e f i n i t e l y e s t a b lished t h e m s e l v e s a s f u t u r e s t a r s by t h e i r fine p e r f o r m a n c e . N o r t h oek a n d W i s n e r , b o t h f r e s h m e n , will d e f i n i t e l y see a lot of action t h i s y e a r if t h e y s t a y a t F r i d a y n i g h t ' s level. N i e u s m a a n d R o w a n , b o t h p l a y i n g new p o s i t i o n s , showed up well f o r t h e i r first g a m e ; P a p e a n d Koop p l a y e d e x c e p t i o n a l l y well u n d e r t h e fire f r o m a b a r r a g e of blockers continually hitting at their positions.

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In the last issue of the Anchor Don DeFouw, a 180-pound senior If you don't like " i n s i d e " country needs physically fit solwe g a v e a pre-season s u m m a r y of h a l f b a c k , was chosen on the Allc u r r e n t season on home soil, the "dope," stop r e a d i n g ! If you had come with me to Castle Park about diers. It is toward this end t h a t the team as it looked to u s a t t h a t MIAA t e a m in '41. In the first H i n g a m e n of Hope College battled two weeks ago you would h a v e seen a lonely figure wandering through Hope College has s t a r t e d a physical time. During the p a s t two weeks q u a r t e r of the F r i d a y night conto a scoreless tie with t h e Univerthe woods. W h a t ' s he d o i n g ? Why, he's c a t c h i n g snipes! Now if you p r e p a r e d n e s s p r o g r a m f o r all men of practice t h e r e has been some test he pulled a knee muscle a n d sity of G r a n d Rapids last F r i d a y sneak u p quietly, so as not to disturb the hunt, you'll see who it is . . . in college. F o r those in an enlisted s h i f t i n g of men f r o m one position did not see action the rest of the n i g h t . T h e g a m e was marked by Bud Karel! . . . Who would have thought t h a t Grandville and Grand reserve c o r p s t h e r e will be five to a n o t h e r and especially a f t e r Fri- g a m e . f u m b l e s , intercepted passes, and Rapids would ever get t o g e t h e r . They did, and in a fishbowl a t that. h o u r s a week and f o r those not day night's g a m e new f a c t s have off-tackle plunges, the latter be" J i g g s " H i g g s is a 180-pound In the room where Dick H i g g s and " B u d " K o r a n d a hang t h e i r h a t s in a reserve there will be three. ] been revealed and brought into the soph halfback f r o m C e d a r S p r i n g s . ing used consistently by the Lancer there s t a n d s a fishbowl inhabited by two goldfish. The sign on the During these hours there will be j light. The following are the play- " J i g g s " was the s p a r k p l u g f o r the club, which had a definite aerial bowl reads, " A n n e and M a r i o n " . . . Of course, any "inside" "dope" twelve m i n u t e s of calisthenics, j ers who saw the most action in Dutch defensive F r i d a y n i g h t . . . offensive weakness. Highlight of would be very incomplete without s om e t hi ng about Yeomans. Jack twenty-five m i n u t e s of military ^ passing, punting, and running. last night's g a m e : the g a m e came in the first q u a r was quite perturbed about w h a t was said a b o u t him last week. I apolo- drill and the rest of the hour will | Ted Wisner, 170-pound h a l f b a c k " E d d i e " Nieusma, senior end t e r when a pass f r o m H i g g s to gized. He is no longer " T h e Pride of Voorhees" but now calls himself be spent in other physical exerfrom Grandville, substituted f o r weighing 165 pounds, played fullN i e u s m a w a s dropped by the latthe "Zeeland Zenith" . . . Karel in the second q u a r t e r and cises. The last mentioned will conback last year. He dropped a pass showed up p r e t t y well in his first t e r in the end zone, giving the But enough of this "stuflF." How about the g a m e F r i d a y ? Hope sist of t h r o w i n g i m a g i n a r y hand Lancer club possession of the ball in the first q u a r t e r which would college g a m e . on t h e i r own 20 and ending the showed us one of the t h i n g s we've been looking for, passing. Until the grenades, using the r i ngs in the have been good f o r a touchdown; Joe Northoek, 153-pound q u a r t e r first and really only good touch- rain s t a r t e d falling Coach Hinga's men really had a smooth aerial g y m , j u m p i n g hurdles and using but redeemed himself by playing a back f r o m Grand Rapids, played down drive displayed by the Dutch. a t t a c k . Keep it up. men, t h a t ' s what the crowd likes . . . However, o t h e r exercises which are s t a n d a r d top-notch defensive g a m e the re- De Fouw's tailback position very muscle h a r d e n e r s of the A r m y , Hope s t a r t e d the ball g a m e with the blocking was decidedly poor. The times that Ihe Hope r u n n e r s m a i n d e r of the evening. well for a f r osh. Navy and Marine Corps. H i g g s kicking off to the 23, where Len Pape, 195-pound sophomore Bud" Koranda is a soph tackle had good chances to pick up y a r d a g e were few and f a r between. Of In direct compliance with the Wicht, the big boy in the Lancer tackle from Grand Rapids South from Grand Rapids . . . 178-poundg o v e r n m e n t ' s request. Hope College backfield, r a n it back five yards. course, we can't expect a t e a m to function too smoothly the first game High, was a 60-minute man in the er. " B u d " is a first resen-e f o r the h a s started this p r o g r a m , which is An e x c h a n g e of punts by Norcross and we're s u r e that the blocking will improve . . . We just can't say Lancer tilt. tackle position. expected to be in full swing by and H i g g s brought the ball to the enough about that man Davis. As H i g g s said a f t e r the game. " A w f u l " L e n " Dick, soph g u a r d , weighs The Dutch showed a definite ofnext week. Jack Schouten is in Lancer five, where the q u a r t e r end- few of them get past Davis." While we're passing bouquets we ought 175. A g r a d u a t e of Holland High, fensive weakness on r u n n i n g plays. c h a r g e and is going to be assisted ed with the Lancers a g a i n s t t h e i r to hand one to Eddie Nieusma. who played a splendid game at end. He he was also a 60-minute man in The aerial offensive was severely by Hob Rowan, who has had preown wall. Another exchange of wasn't perfect and he dropped a touchdown pass but he was still outF r i d a y ' s game. handicapped by De Fouw's i n j u r y vious military t r a i n i n g . " J a c k " says 1 p u n t s a f t e r futile line plays on s t a n d i n g . That was Eddie's first complete g a m e at end and it was a " H o o t s " Rowan, our 180-pound and the bad w e a t h e r conditions. the p r o g r a m will be tough but in-1 both t e a m s gave the Lancers the swell one . . . center, played halfback on last The blocking was also weak. teresting. a d v a n t a g e when P a r t a n e n blocked y e a r ' s team as a f r e s h m a n . Rowan Some people seemed to think t h a t Capt. H a r v e y Koop played a poor The next g a m e will be played at H i g g s ' p u n t ; the university took g a m e at r i g h t tackle because most of the Grand Rapids g a i n s were is a g r a d u a t e of Holland High. He Ypsilanti with Michigan Normal. over on the Hope 25, failed to gain made off his tackle. I beg to differ. Han- played the g a m e with a sore Frosh Class Organized played a very fine defensive game Coach Hinga will undoubtedly iron and kicked out of bounds. Hope shoulder and the Lancers t h r e w f o u r or five blockers at his side of the a g a i n s t G.R.U. out the t e a m ' s chief weaknesses by A f t e r w o r k i n g industriously over completed two passes f r o m H i g g s line every time they came his way. Harv played his heart out and to " J a c k " Yeomans. a junior guard then. a two-hour exam, the class of 1946 to F r e s h m a n Joe Northoek for an say that his g a m e was i n f e r i o r is a gross e r r o r . . . Every real Hopeite who weighs 175 pounds, is a HolAlthough the team did not showheld its first m e e t i n g on F r i d a y , e a r n i n g of 25 yards, as the half should have his or her fingers crossed for Don DeFouw . . . Don hurt his land High g r a d u a t e . J a c k is the up as w-ell as had been expected, Sept. 18. T h e purpose of the meetended. "Voorhees F l a s h " who showed all the outcome was b e t t e r than the leg more than some t h o u g h t at the time and may be out indefinitely. ing was to elect class officers. Wisner s t a r t e d for Karel and The loss of an All MIAA fullback certainly is going to hurt his girls a fine game. first g a m e of last y e a r when the Dale Van I>ente, " M a y o r of HolNorthoek for De Fouw, who ( aptain " H a r v " Koop is a senior board revealed a 17-0 score in The Kibitzer just loves to stick his neck out. We'll pick the Yanks land, ' has the honor of being preswrenched his knee in the second in six games, Morton Cooper as the most valuable player in the Natackle who weighs 180 pounds. He G.R.U.'s favor. The w e a t h e r conident. His vice president is Bill q u a r t e r as Hope received Wro- tional league, and either Ted Williams or Joe Gordon as most valuable also is a 60-minute player and ditions can probably be blamed for Brandli; s e c r e t a r y , F r a n c e s Van blewski's kickoff on the 38. H i g g s in the American league . . . Just in case some of you didn't realize it. 1 showed up well despite a bad shoul- the failure of Hinga's aerial offenDuzer; t r e a s u r e r . Bob Scheerhorn. punted a f t e r a T play failed and Dick H i g g s was dragged down by his jersey on Ihe last play of Ihe | der. Harv is a local man who sive which he had planned on using Student council r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s are the McNitt boys s t a r t e d on a game. A few inches to the right and Dick would have had a clear field I played f o r Holland High. as a main scoring f e a t u r e . B e t t y De Vries and Howard Koop. touchdown drive t h a t netted them for a touchdown. Wouldn't that have been d r a m a l i c l l George S l a g e r . 175-pound end H e f t y Jack Dorn is "Pull C a p t a i n . " a total of 25 y a r d s ; Yeomens f r o m Decatur High, is playing his stopped Wicht on the 22 a f t e r two second varsity year. first downs had been chalked up Roy Davis, q u a r t e r b a c k , weighs by the Lancers. Once again the 180. He is a g r a d u a t e of G r a n d cold hand of fate rested on the Rapids Creston and is fast and locals' shoulders, for a pass f r o m s m a r t on offensive s t r a t e g y . Your A N C H O R Printers H i g g s to Nieusma slid right into " B u d " Karel. a halfback weighOn F r i d a y afternoon. October 16, Norcross' hands and he ran it back Bring us any printing ing 162 pounds, is from Grand Rapthirty-six men will endeavor to to the Hope 18 before being problem you may have ids Central. He started the g a m e J£•/ stopped by Northoek. pull each o t h e r through the cold with an injured knee. P H O N E 2Q20 32 WEST E I G H T H Last Q u a r t e r Desperate and d i r t y Black River. L a r r y BeltGPADUATBD F R O M The Lancers s t a r t e d the last man, c h a i r m a n interclass activities, C O U B G E IN q u a r t e r on the Hope 18, advanced has appointed Jean Ruiter as chair1837 AND WAS the pigskin to the 11 on an off•ELECTED P R E S tackle plunge, were thrown back man of the girls' g a m e s and Jim P h o n e 2465. We Call For a n d Deliver I D E N T OF ENVDRY f o r a couple of losses, penalized B u r g e r and E t s Kleijans as co-TKEAIKY COLLEGE f o r offside, and ended up back on chairmen of the boys' g a m e s . Corner Col ege Avenue and Sixth Street, Holland W SAME YEAR! the 2()-yard line. T h i s p a r t i c u l a r The activities will s t a r t on spot in the g a m e showed the Hope T h u r s d a y , Oct. 15, with the girls' t e a m in its best f o r m and living g a m e s . When the frosh and soph up to its pre-season expectations. co-eds get through tussling the A last down punt by Norcross g a v e boys will take over. T h e boys' from ofd M A R V A I ? D the Hingamen possession on their g a m e s will consist of pillow fights, own 12. Again the poor blocking of a bag fight, and the frosh atthe Hope backs forced Higgs to tempt to get one of t h e i r " p o t s " punt, and this time the Lancers from the top of a pole. However, came in definite scoring sight. A these events will be merely a reverse, an off-tackle plunge, and prelude to the s t r u g g l e t h a t takes a c e n t e r smash b r o u g h t the pig- place on F r i d a y . CRIMSON XME -SCHOOL COLOR, skin to the Hope 10-yard s t r i p e r . Both pull t e a m s are hard at work ORIGIMATED FRO^ A pass, intended f o r Nicholson, t r y i n g to get themselves into the TWL LARGE BANwas knocked down by Rowan, and best possible condition. Al De CANNA HANDKERCHEIF.' ROOM m w m ) the Blue took over, this time with Voogd, who is coaching the frosh HAS1 INCREASED t h e i r backs to the wall. A punt with the assistance of Rog Koeppe, 3 0 FOLD A N P FACULTY 'SNOOPING* TUITION IS CALTFET) THE ' G R E A T by Higgs, a return punt by Nor- has been s t r e s s i n g calisthenics as B B I G K T E N I N G STRUCK A 59 E a s t E i g h t h St. 7 0 TIWES REBELU0N OF I8ZV: S P I R E OF L U E D U K E U . cross, and Hope took possession on a m a j o r part of his t r a i n i n g proHIGHER, T H A N WHICH RESULTED ity IN IIN UVC. OVER K . CHAPEL TWICE WITHIN the Lancer 40. A last minute drive g r a m . Dan F y l s t r a and Al BorgWHEN Conveniently located—3 m i n u t e walk f r o m c a m p u s . HALF OF THE SENIOR QlfiSS OAS; THREE DAYS'/ HARVARD BEING EXPELLED was futile, and the ball g a m e was man are the sophs. Both t e a m s •LED A FEW WEEKS BEFORE.com-kDtm. I [ WAS YOUNG/ GOOD F O O D — L O W P R I C E S — Q U I C K S E R V I C E over. When the smoke cleared, cer- boast g i a n t anchor men. Clarence tain p l a y e r s had definitely estab- S t r y k e r , a soph, and J a c k Dorn, lished themselves as f u t u r e s t a r s the frosh captain, both weigh W E ARE PROUD TO H A V E HOPE C O L L E G E by t h e i r fine p e r f o r m a n c e . North- around two hundred and twenty. oek and Wisner, both f r e s h m e n , Con Vander Waude is captain of AS OUR NEIGHBORS will definitely see a lot of action the sophs. this y e a r if they s t a y at F r i d a y Although some may not realize • AT n i g h t ' s level. Nieusma and Rowan, it the reason why the t e a m s t r y both p l a y i n g new positions, showed so h a r d to win is not because they BAKER FURNITURE F A C T O R I E S . 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The E m e r s o n i a n F r a t e r n i t y held its second literary meeting on Wednesday evening. In keeping with the times the theme was V f o r Victory. A dedicatory Roll Call of those m e m b e r s now in the a n n e d forces was followed by a rousing song service led by J u d VanWyk. F o r special music V a n W y k also presented several t r u m p e t solos. Wally VanLiere entertained the l a r g e g a t h e r i n g with an excellcn, h u m o r paper entitled "College Priorities." A serious note was then added by a talk on the World Situation by Milt V e r b u r : . The meeting was then brought to a close and r e f r e s h m e n t s were served. In order to convenience those wishing to call the Emersonian House, a new telephone has been installed. With the new dual telephone system the Emmie House may now be reached by calling the new number, 4093, as well as the old number, 4555.

Cosmopolitan banquet and prog r a m f o r the new men on the campus was held Wednesday evening, September 2<i. A l t e r a hearty meal served to more t h a n fifty Cosmos and their guests a typical Co^mo literary meeting was conducted. Harland Steele, house m a n a g e r , opened the p r o g r a m with the app r o p r i a t e word of p r a y e r . President Don De Fouw then expressed ihe welcome of the f r a t e r n i t y to all the f r e s h m e n present. Fun and frolic followed soon a f t e r as Clarey Luth led in a s n a p p y song service which was concluded with the Cosmo song and the National Anthem. Harold Wittaveen was at the keyboard. Discussing one of the most critical problems of the nation today, Lloyd Lemmen g a v e a thorough analysis of the rubber f a m i n e in ihe United S t a t e s with a serious p a p e r on synthetic rubber. John Lucius then thrilled the ^ r o u p with a s t i r r i n g tenor solo, "J o h n n y Doughboy." John was accompanied on the piano by Miss Frieda Grote, who received a rousing welcome as she was introduced by brother Lu cius. " W i n g s Over the N a v y , " a movie, was the next n u m b e r on the prog r a m , coming as a sequel to the discussion on rubber. John Lucius then rendered a n o t h e r tenor solo, this time singing "When the Lights Go On A g a i n . " More fun and l a u g h t e r was added to the p r o g r a m when Clint Harrison read his humor paper. Then a f t e r each f r e s h m a n had introduced himself. Ranse E v e r e t t banged out two fast numbers on his d r u m s in the usual Everett manner. A n o t h e r movie, "Football High-

Meeting of the F r a t e r n a l society held T h u r s d a y , September 24, was opened by a cordial invitation to the visiting f r e s h m e n by President Harvey Koop. M u r r a y Snow then conducted a song service and ably directed the s i n g i n g of " I d a . " 'You C a n Smile" and " H o m e On the R a n g e . " Serious side of the p r o g r a m was provided by George Lumsden, who gave his p a p e r with the usual Lumsden d r a m a t i c qualities. A f t e r i well-received h u m o r number by John Vander Broek, Harold Van Dyke played a medley of popular tunes. The f r e s h m e n were then introduced a f t e r which the f r a t e r n i t y retired to become better acquainted with them.

SIBYLLINE Sibyllines were off to a good s t a r t T h u r s d a y night with their initial meeting held at the home of Professor Kleis. Donna Eby, president, presided, and W e n d y Rameau, vice president, was prog r a m chairman. Rose Seith led devotions, which were followed by J a n e t Clark singing "Silent Is N i g h t " by Carl Bohm. She also, protestingly, recited a poem. " R u s h i n g " plans and miscellaneous m a t t e r s were discussed, and r e f r e s h m e n t s of ice cream and cookies were served. In spite of the busy time at the beginning of a new year, the sophomore Sibs have supervised and assisted in the redecorating of the Sibylline room. DORIAN

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Knickerbocker f r a t e r n i t y held its first m e e t i n g of the year f o r the new men Monday, September 21. At 6:30 dinner, which was prepared by the Mothers' Club, w a s served. The tables were a r r a n g e d in a large " V " with three dots and a dash. A f t e r the dinner. President Benjamin Hoffmeyer welcomed the f r e s h m e n and thanked the Mothers' Club for t h e i r help d u r i n g the past year. Wallace Stoepker played the following selections on his accordion: " T h e r e ' s a Long, Long Trail A-winding," " H o m e Sweet Home," "When We Get to Heaven," and '"Vou Are My Sunshine." Bob Spaulding, next on the prog r a m , g a v e an inspirational address on " T h e Problems of Present College F r e s h m e n . " The next number f e a t u r e d a skit under the direction of Gradus Shoemaker. Jack Krum, George Manting, Alvin i Leenhouts, Gerrit Levy, and Carl l i g h t s o f 1 ( .>42," w a s t h e f i n a l n u m - S c h a f t e n e r assisted him. " Y o g i " ! ber on the p r o g r a m , which was Zwemer concluded the meeting with followed by the usual "bull ses- a talk and demonstration on t h e ! sion." Hindu form of worship through yoga exercises. THESAURIAN

Tuesday evening, September 15, found the Dorians s t a r t i n g out their new year with a bang (in more than one sense of the word, During the past week the girls j u d g i n g by sounds emitted from of th: 1 T h e s a u r i a n society have the attic) at a slumber party held at the B u r n b r a e C o t t a g e on Lake been spending most of their s p a r e time at the fine a r t s of papering Macatawa. and pasting in their new room in P H O T O and GIFT SHOP Some business was discussed, the basement of Van Vleck Hall. work done on f a v o r s f o r the Round 10 EAST E I G H T H STREET All enthusiastically joined in the Robin, but food, p r a n k s and a genvvork of remodeling the room to Kodaks a n d K o d a k Finishing, eral good time was the order of make it ready f o r the R o u n d the day! Robin Tea, held last S a t u r d a y . Framing and Gifts DELTA PHI The room is now ready for inspection and the girls are proud HOLLAND, M I C H I G A N R U S H ! ! ! "Delphi Specialty, inc.," to call it their own. A business had priorities on the laughs as meeting was held there Friday. | Delphians got back in the groove September 25, and p r e p a r a t i o n s for, with the first r e g u l a r meeting last the tea were made. T h u r s d a y P. M. in the Delphia Officers of the society a r e : Ade- j The Tailor room. P r o g r a m chairmen, Irene iaide Wandsheer, president; Elea-I Lundie and A r 1 y n e Voorhorst, nor Schoonmaker. vice president; 191/2 West 8fh Street helped speed the wheels of produc- Jean VanderWege, t r e a s u r e r ; and tion as "Delphie Specialties" got Ellen Giebel, s e c r e t a r v . under way with Carol Meppelink as Company Chaplain. Marie Steketee represented the night shift with "My Devotion." C a f e t e r i a comedian, Betty McCann, fed the workers with laughing gas, and President Marjorie Brouwer orated on "Team Work."

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Revised figures f r o m the office of the r e g i s t r a r reveal t h a t 521 s t u d e n t s are enrolled for the present semester. There a r e 187 f r e s h men who will don their green tonight, 158 sophomores, 105 juniors, and 61 seniors, and 10 others who are enrolled in the Civilian Pilot T r a i n i n g course. Hope begins this year with one of the smallest senior classes in the last decade. Many of those who were with us last year have e i t h e r enlisted or are c a r r y i n g on some o t h e r vital part in our national d e f e n s e effort. It is encouraging to note, however, that though there is a decrease in the senior class, all o t h e r classes have increased and t h a t the total enrollment is slightly m o r e than 5 per cent less than the 550 enrollment last year.

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Enrollment Down 5 Per C e n t This Year

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Living up to the n a m e of the joint Y publication, YW is going f o r e . Our m e m b e r s h i p h a s a l r e a d y reached 108. And, girls, f o r each of u s there is a place in YW's activities. You know, " T h e more we get t o g e t h e r (and work t o g e t h e r ) the happier we'll be." It's easy to t a k e your place on the p r o g r a m , music, missions, finance, personal service, membership, publicity, social, or deputation c o m m i t t e e — j u s t consult the sheet posted in the YW room for the c h a i r m a n ' s name. We've made one c h a n g e this year, Dorothy Wichers is now t a k i n g Sally Brannock's place as membership chairman, since Sally didn't return.

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