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rnuld thi:' y n nng l>rttt. whn n n t <.'\' <.• n kn \\' s hi..; iath e r and L tn ·c? hah! tt 1::: ll:t~tltL· r. L'\·L·r h (.· a matd1 iu r uu r :\latilda! tnt 'IlL'_\' t ha l l' la k v..; JH:t 'J>Ie hai'PY !" l'mbeqttl' tll ly 11 t~L· t1Hint ill;..! . in:-: le~!d , ,j thl' lon~ h· nnm !-:.· g-irl. tltl· 1111:'11='! \ •c tit ;g L an\hl'rt:' t!ll.: l tilt' enrag-ed <1l<-l ;il:lg"i~­ ~~::tl t· . Tlte l' tt !"llin .~~· C( l ll\"<..: r:-.:l.t in n \\' a:' s h o rt btll t• > th e pu in t. I hl' angry \an \\ ·~.·tl'ren thr'-·atl' ltL' d \\ith t h<..· law. and in po\\·erful languag-e fnrh adl· the yuung !'-l.'am an all inl c tTIHtr:-'L' '~ i:J; h i..:. cl:n ·.,: lttt•r. Thl· ='t uhhor n L:tmln·n..:. . hi~ eyl' ...; tb=' l•i n~· ilrl·. :• . . . ... Hrl'tl ·it . .· o ld g e nt !I.-man t hat with the girl's c o n:-;en t hL· \\' tlldd n· arr:. l11.· r. in ckl1ancl.' o i a ll th 1..· law=' u i ll t1 ll.:n d . :1nd ag-ain:-;t thl· \\ ;:: . . u i a thlll1:'an d hur~t • nt a!"tCr:'. Th e ni ~ht Ll·fore l'c ter Lamh<..:rl=' \\":1~ to :-.ail ao..: !-= •..:L"•H1d 111 ; 1..' un t It c h .L r k . . }-, i p . \ cl g i lit 1='. b o un d i o r t h L' I~ a~ t I n d i ~,.· .... \\'itnl'::---:->l'd :-t !--a d Jl:l flill!_!' at th1..• hur n·o maStl..· . r · .~ (T••te . "Takl' hl·art. darling ... bra ' ely :--puke the nt:-tt~..· . "t h ings t1 tay clt :tnge a nd titl 1t: lli e:'. T wll , -e :•.r:-. iru1n tt t l\\' I'll bL· hack .... aie and ~tlUtHI." h(H\'

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.\latilcla h ad gTtl\\"11 up into a ht·antiiul n:aitkn . . , IH.'tl l';ll i l l' a cha ng-c. Ont· aitcnwn n :\ lyniH.'er \':~.n \ \ .l'll'fl' ll calk·cl l~ cr nar d int o hi:-. ofncc. \\ ' hat wa!-- :')Hik <..·n ht·t·xL·c n the:'c t w •• n•• e~tl\: t' \'t' r knew: h o \\· c,· ~..· .-. !"tlll tl aftet· thi ~ inricknt lh: rnard kit tilt· n >o i. that had~'' lt>ng and !tn· ingly :-.h~..·ltl'n.: d hi111 ttl ""rk j, ,r Lazaru~ I Iui ck. a neig-hb oring farmer . Lli ~ bcha,·io ur t t " ·anl :\ Jatilda tHn\· :'tra n gl'l_, a lt ~..· t-cd . The unrc~trained ahand(lll o f a hro th~:r tow :trd :t :-.i:' ll' r . . . v~.·ml'd IlL'' l:r ti..J ha,· ~: L' xi~tcd ), ·tween th em. In her prL'=' ' II~.· · h~: wa=' ~hy an<..l b:1~hful. Uut \\hen nn ~unday night:-.. aitvr Ill' h .u l ~pe n t the day at thl' ma t1-.. c. he had n : tlttlll' d t11 hi ... p• 11 1rl~ iurni~h d roo m at Lazant~ l luid.;':-;. he ui-tL'll gazed l••ttg an ti earne~tly ttp n :\latilda' · p unrait o n thl' wall. .\nd 111a11y lo ng h uur:' o f th<: night h e ~pe nt in :-;ad tnL•di t atinn. utt :tl>k t•· sleep. until n ature. that men: iiul nwtltl·r. !"nul hl·d hi=' lt l·art "ith car' dispelling ~ ln mhcr. .-\ bout thi ~ tim· a young ~ cam:t!l. J' ~:tcr L<!tllbl' rt='. <.:am~.· to II. lu attL·nd th~ tlaYig-atiutt :-.chu<\1. :\~ ltc wa:-. an prplt:tt t and had no relati,·e~ and but a iL' \\' at:quaintant: ' =' i11 • tit~: ' illa~c. it was ~mall wonder that the hurguma ster';-; l· n ·t·ly daugh ter attracted h im ~trongly. ~hl! \\':1. ~ a superb t_\ p~..· ni tlH. Saxon race; tall, ..;omc,-.·hat Jlrond in demL·ant 1r lnt l :-... .. racdu 1 :.•s a q u een: po:-:.~es:-;L·d o f a we a lth ui gold ·n h:tir and a ;):: :r "f hlu~ C\·es that could t w inkle lik~..· ~ih· cn· :-:.tar:-;. ur 11 '' " tl\'l'l' \nth the t.en<.lenH: s~ uf a de\\· -ki~~cd daisY .








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.\11 thi:-:., htn\·e ,·cr. c s L·apl'd n ut th l· leering· <:y<..•:-; cJf tht• burgomaster. \\ ' itlt growing resentment h e lltlli c::d thl' acquaintance of th • two young pe o ple g-row intn a :-:t r nng fri end~ hip and finally ripen int o ln,·c . '·I must pula ~~ top to this.'' g-rumhll.'d the c ld nHttl. "f11r

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The tackle:-; ~ hri ckccl . th e huge whitl' ~ail~ . g-li~t <..· nin g in the mnonlig-ht. clappcd . and sl o wly at tirst hut gradually :-;wiit e r and ~\\'iitt'r lllfi\'Cd the . \d gillu:-; 11\T r th e rip pl i n g\\'a tl'r~ . li ke a g-iant bird o f pas:-;agc :cC'king- the miltkr z o ne:;.

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\ ' all \\ l.'l•lctt !Lt d Jl ••t:,·\·tl th:t t JiliJc h.\ li llie till' _\ 1111!1 :" .... t iJ .. r l;;,.j 1:11-t Jl )•"''- .... , 1., ., 11 1 tht• OIJjcc:t c1f hi-. lu\'l'. T1rllight lw J: ·• .I \\ ittll'-.. .... l·d t l!,• \\ ltrdo · "t'l' JH.' frnm behind a :-;(r l ~ Jt li;~ c kll i t' 1..' 1..'. 'J ' h :lt .... ight " n tr. lkd t h e' milk Cli hu man ki n dtlt'=-'~ in hi...: \· ~.·in ....:... l .ik~...· lig-htni11g- :: thou:-;and plan~ n i \'l'ng-t·ann· 11 : ~:--lt('d thrrlttgh hi .... Lrain . Fi n :~lly. wan:ring- whl'tht' r ltc ;o;hlluld ic>llnw up h i:-- ri, :•l :t~ll 1 hreak hi:-; neck ttpnn the !"ltlll(':' b~...· ln\\ . c1r fall up1111 tltl· tt tlpr•• lt·ctC'cl g-irl. ht' ln~t h c:~rt :11HI lkd hrttlH.'•\':tnl. .\ . . . j..., p ;1 r .... tt ·d hy a IC'ginn ,,f d l 'I11Ctll:-- Ill' lkd hlllltl'. tltr·ctugh tit ~.· \\'l'i r·cl lllotl)!t lig-ht. thrott~h th e :--trang-c :--tiline..·!":-- ui th1.· night. "' ~.·r lit·ld -. and throug-h mcadrl\\':-'. LO\' t'. lntn·d. in.·nz_,. dt>p:tir. al l -.trugg-lt·<l for :-;upr1...'111acy in hi:-. raging hrea!"t. l'r~.· ... t·nt h h<' t·aug-ht ~ig-ht of :\ l atild :t' :-; portrait. li e !"n:ttc:hed it inll1 ; tin· \\'a ll and thrt'\\' it into the fire . l ~ag-crly he " ·au.·lt c..· cl tlh· llatnl· . . C•H1S tl me it. T h ~...· ~igh t ~ntnc\\· hat ~(•ot h l' d the ran!din:-! p:tin in hi:-; hrca:-;t. lhn when at length tiH:re \\'a:-- nnthitl'.!' kit htll a black !"llri,·el lcd leaf. a dn·aclful cfto~nlatinn c:~!me upr111 hi11 1. I l e \\' a;-; alone'. ~til aJ,,nL'. I >arknt·~~ c..:rt'pt slowly tl\'t' r hi...: .... (Jul. RL•a;-;nn. t it:- hnundaril· ..... glided into tht• ~ph<.'rl' oi t h c t w i Ii g- h t of t h e 111 i 11 d . I IL' n 1t >a 11 c d ~a' lly . an d . n· ~..·I i 11 g Ii 1.; l ' nne drunk. kll ht•a,·ily on thl' llonr. Fnr a



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:\ I a t i I cl a w a t c: h e d h y t h l' s i c k l> e d o i h (' r hrothc...·r. ll cr h eart wa ~ ;-;tirr c cl \\'ilh c:ompa~:--iun f11r p n or 11 e rnarcl. t h o u g h :-;he kn ew n H t h e ca u se of hi s illn c~:-.. :\ Jan\ o f t h e 111 a n · i o n ~ o f h c r h l' a rt ~ h c y i <.' I d e d to h i 111 • h u t o ne t h t' r·~...· wa~. ~he guarded with a jealous can·. lt wa~ thl' c...·hambcr that !"hclter~.:cl h er Jon· fur I 'ctcr Lambert:-,

C 11.\ J'T E R II. Eig-ht hell: w a"' being- struck n b oard the .-\dg- illu". now o n its way from t h e [:.ast Indi es t o the Dutch JH rt of II. .\ quarter of a n huur hefo rl' th ' starboard-\\ atch h ad turned o ut with a ra t h er unu s u a l a lertn ess. th e more s trang-c. h ecatt~L' th e r a in cou ld h e h eard pattering upon the broad de ·k~. But eage rly th e men h ad put o n their ru:-;tling- oi l ski n ~. and thc...·ir ~

"I Ia. ha. ha !" hur:-;t out the cabin bt y. "J'd likt: tl1 l1uatswain s:til a carg·o o f wine ancl be<: r !"



"Get you g nl!. you harl e quin!" ang-rily excbinwd th e insulted ftic c r. "tomorrow ] 'II tic you to y o11 r mother':-:. apron :--tring-- . Y ou'll I JOk exactly like an ape up o n a grind orga n!'

\\ ' hl'll in th 1.. · mrll' llin g· \\'l' 11nd tHlr fir c pI a c ·~ t' x t in<: t. • •u r chambl· r~ al~u arc L'<dd and c he t! rlc~ ~­ J;ut iar more iurltlrtl a nd de:-:ola te hecume;-; t h<.: h u n1a n IH:a n whl'n th~...· ~acred lirl':-. of Jo,·c ha,·c died tHll hdore il:-' ,· ~.,.·~ta. O~L ." a 11 d n i o·Jn

n1crry clatt e r mingkc..J \\'ith the st:tmping of their hea ,-y h oo t:-;. \\'hilc he endean1r~...·d to drink a mug >i h o t coltce "Jn;-;t :-;ighted the ~ l aas. b o ats\\'ain , " ~prightly reto rted \I ate' Lambert~. "and if she keeps thi~ up it means the Te.xel hcf11re night. 11 ( \\'t:\'l'r," a.ddt:d he aill.'r a ;-;hort pan~c ... I hardly tnts( the we~t ing. J t's banking for fog-. or p er ha p~ .-.-umethin~ wur;o;c .'' "( > p~h=tw! don 't be ~ o anxio us. P<.:tc," rej o ined th e o ptim i:-;tic b oa t~\\ain . "the bride \\'ill be all the fain: r. the \n:dding~dl the mure g·ay: and as f:tr as the wine and beer arc c on cer n ed-''



I 'etcr I .a111 hcrt.; went on deck again. ( ;ning t o the \\'cathl'r ~icle he n o ticed the little sunburned pa .-~eng~...·r fro m the Ea~t J nd ies. "It is a ~tran~c man ... J>et~...· r Lambert:' thuughi. for durit~g- the latter part of the Yoyag-c he ~t· cmed \l) ha\-c watched the mate with a m rc than ordin1ry curi o~ i ty . ~ \\' again. the gl o omy . :-; mewhat nH:lancholy L'ye:-; turned 11p<.111 him a:-;• if drawn hy a m:tgnetic ftn·c e. The ~trailg-cr acl,·anecd as if to begin a c 11\'Cr:-:;atio n: but Lambl'l'l~ reeling- a ~trang- ·~pelt ·a;-;t on:r him by the olc.l man . turncJ away t o his cabin tu snat ·h a f '"' hours' n·:-;t.

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:\ t t1r~t \latilda stuc•d bcfL,r · !tim. ln\·1..'licr than L.,· ~.,_·r in her hrid ;.d go\\'n but :-;non she ,-ani!"hed and thC' Ea!"t 1 ndia pa~:-:.cnge r loo nH.· d up b~...· fnrc his eyes. hi s 'UnburtH' cl feature~ n o w pale as ir in death. In his outstretched hand he held a packa~e, hut when the mate tric, l t o take it. his a r m was paralyzed. : \nd then a h art ;-;ic..'kening- :-;ig-ht :-;truck his eye:'. . \ hand. which Lambert!" thnur.:ht was a !"kl'ktu n·:'. was laid npun th e old m:tn ·~ !"houlder. The pas!"eng-er sl wly turned hi:-; head. 1! is deadly pale contcnancc became white r still, and \\'hik he uttered in hollow and sad accents these words: "\\.hy n o\\'?" l:c Yani!"hed. Pe ter Lamherts started Yiolently. !-'ti ll nncler the influ-

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'" 1rlh" '-' ... I : t here wa!' n n roolll anymorC' tn !'-tcer : the dreaded J,r'-·akt· r .... llL'a r t·d g rad u ally . t il l at la:--t. whill' th1..' hurricalll' l·ulkct~..·d a l l it:-- fntTL':-' and all ptl\n: rfu l !"tlhHithcd do\\'11 th ~ tlll ttlllt:tin :-~.: a..; . the harra!--:--l'd :'h ip wa~ brought hl hay . \\ ' ith a lt) ll g". low :-: hri ek th a t !'-ounded in the car~ Cl f th e lri;..!" h ll'tH'cl Tl'\\' lik·· t h ~.: ir dl.'a t h - k n cll . th e \ ' l ' :--:'t.' l ~Lrltl.:k : tht·n it k ;q,~.:d hi;..!"h like :l \\·nu ll dl'd chaq..,:·e r . :--t r uck aga in . ancl tlH· j,)lltn·· ing- llt• •llH' lll. t·naring and tearing-. Ol1l' aitl' r anuthL' r tht: ;t ngr_, w:tn·.... hoa r ded th t' d oomt.'d t h n·e-nt<bter: t hey g-narled and hi ~1.· d and l! urr i~..· d to and fr u. and 1111t fin ding any mun.• tu d'-=' uur and d~.-•:-.truy . h u r:-;t u \·er th1..· leeward hulwarl..:~ . dr:1 g ~in;..:: :dung- the ir ,· i ctitn~ in to t h ei r \\·atcry gra,·e. . \ nd lllllCking-1 ~ each :--lll'Cl'Cding b illow gras p ed the h t'll-rn p c oi tlll' . \ dg-illtt:-- . ud l ing- in tnttflkd t o ne:-; t h e pa~=-- in g--l>el l a:' t he l ' ll ., ic~tt:-- d~.. t•p car ri ed it~ dead to t hl' i r la:-: t n·:-.t in g place. 1:,,r :-. u n·h·. a :-.aiJ.,r a l:'o r ccei ,·cs h i ~ buria l. and dei t ly ~real:-. the :--La. her lhildn: n: but. u h. the g t·a,· ~.· oi t h n :--e that --l utt !h~.·r in thl' d~.·cp i=-- :--c> lollL.' :O:tHlll' a n d chilly. and th e craclk •1f tli1.· J, illll\\:-. j...., nut rCit.:kl'd by a tlHJthe r' :-. l l'll<kr h and. tTc• he concluded i n the :\ o , ·cmhcr i:-.:-'Ul'.)

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llf·L·akl'r:-. ne;t n :cl g-ra dually. till at \a-.t. while t h~ hurricanl: ,·,,1Jn: tecl a ll i ts i11rn.:s ancl all IHI\\' L·rful snH•ut h L·d clown tlh' tll rntnt:tin :-~..:a,. thL· harras :-ed s hip wa:-. brought td hay . \\ ' it h a long-. lo w ~!trick that su uncl cd in the t•ars ui th e i r i;...:·lttL' lli.: d en'\\' lik ·: th e ir death -knell. thL· 'L'sscl :-:tru c k: t)H.' Il it k ~q,cd h igh likt• :t \\'llllllckcl charg-er. :-.tnn:k again . and the i· •l ltn\ ing- tll ' •nw nt. roar ing- a nd tearing-. ••n . . · aiter awHhL' r tilL' angr_, \\·:t,·e-. hoar< kd the d oomed thn:c-' r: tht•y gnarled and hi':-L'd an d httrri . .·d to and fro . and nnt finding any J11D rL' t•' dl.!\ "ur and "k=--tr11y. bur=--t u \·e1· thL· leeward bulwark s . clr:•g~· in;.!" ;dung- their ,·ictims intCI th e ir watery gra,·e. .\nd llHlcking-1~ vach "'ll~cceding billow grasped the ht·ll - r o pc oi th · . \ dgil\us . tt~iling in mu!Hcd tont·=-- th e p as:' ing-lH: ll a ;-; the t' ll\·inu:- dLL' J> t·a r ri ·d it:' dead l thl'ir la:'t rL':-.ting place. ,.-, ,r :'Lll"l'h·. a saii, H· al:'\o recl.' i\· c~ hi s burial. and dc itl y tt'L'<ll:- the :-.~.· a· her thildn: n: bur. (l h , th e gra,·L· l>i tho:-:e that ll tli,~.,.· r in tilL· d eep i:' :-.•> l t~t h.':'ll llle and ~h ill~. and the cradk ,, , tliL· IJillcl\\·:-. j, 11•1l rock e d hy a muthcr·s tt•nckr hand . t T o be ~onchHkd in the ~ o ,· cmher i:'SUL' . )

THE CRITTER-PATHS . \\ ' hat joy t n tn·ad the critter-paths That \\'ind aru und the corn. T n walk th e narru \\' g-ra S!-_\" la tn:s Tltc l'alllc t nnk at claw n, T o tr;;L·t· \\'ithin the fu rL·s t ro ad Th L' tra cks th e r a hhit:' maclc. To find a tiny partridg-e tra il J l alf hidd~n in the :' h~d c: Tn f1lll<l\\' , ioll o w after thL'lll Thru ug-hou t th e Jo n!! ~\\TC' t da,·. To l o~c ,·our:-;e lf awhik upo n J·:ac h iahn·inthinc wn,-. To kt nntr s pirit d~ncc alon~ \ \" h c ;. c ' T 11 o \\' It' a ' · e :' a n • \\' h i r k d , Tn dri nl.: -the co lo r ca rni,·;tl ( >f all th~ autumn world: .\nd th e n t n ta ke at en~ ning- tide. \\. ithin tht• deep'nin g· g-lnam. TIH' prl'tty litt l · hidd e n path That kad:-' y o u . afl' ly h ome. ·t~rnclia Channing \'\ ' an\ in Oct h e r Lippinco tt':'.



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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHYY OF lVIY CHILDHOOD. The fasc in at io n o f c hildh ood n c ,·e r ~fl) \\· s <dd . Tlw m emo rY f th ose daYs iL:-- has a ·har m abou t it wh ic h is·nll . o wn , and th e fa r ther we g-et o n in lift.:. th e mnrc d tll'S "d1:-:.tann· Ic n d e n c h an t Ill e n t t n t h c \'i e \\' ." In t h l' d rc a n-· In n :--. .,. n i :-......h t watchc~ . when th e w ea ry adult. fatig'llL' d hy a hard clay's w u r i-:. rc ~ts hi ~ tired frame u po n the cuuch. and hi s jackd n.ind in :-:. ilrnt m ed itatio n. h " . his thoug-ht:' I ,.e tn rt' \'L'rl t n th e da,·=-. o f hi s childhood! Then all th L· old ch a rm returns and under its spe11 h e liv es o \·cr ag-ain th e ca rl'll'~ :-:. . h appy clays .11 f thl' l0 n g- a~o. Thu ~ at Jca~t th e mem o ry o f my ·hildh nnil day::-:lppeals to me. n ot that they w e re witho ut t h e ir p c rpk xitic~ and pe tty griefs, fo r 111 a ny ~ u c h ha\'l' lcit th ei r indelibLe tmpn•ss o n my mind. but bc..•c:t l! SL' thc..·n pi a~ wa ~ th e object o f life and Jl () yearni n g iu r thL· att a inment o f a pro du ctiYe res ult. whi c h ah\·ays r c~·c<ks a~ \\'l ' progn: ~s. and beck o n s u: to hig-her h l'ig-h ts beyo nd. w :t:-' at that time co n ~ tantly n agg-ing- u s and uq~ing us to still iurtl11..:r a nd g reater exertio ns. ll o w e ,·e r. we wo uld not h · uncl c r~ l,)tHI t o . ay that life has l n~t its j oy n o w th a t it i;-; s ·e n t n IH• real a nd earnest. fo r at th i: stag-e f t h e game it w ould cer tainl y be n a useatin g- if it had n o purpo~e. a nd tH w the farthe r back th e \'Ci l o f ign o rance is pus hed and t he m u r e light is ad1nitt t.•< l. the m o re the spi rit o f th e dauntless pio nee r gr11ws o n u s and g-i,·e:; us an inklin g o f the sati s facti 11 beyo nd. nu t th e c h arm of c hildhood lies rather in this . th at th e n "ign o r a n ce ,,·:-.:-= bliss .'' while n o w mu c h study is but a " w e arinl' ~S )f the ll csh.' ' Then , w e a lw ay~ li,·ec..l in th e h ap py anticipati o n that all thin o-s · w o uld he made clear as we approad tcd m~iturity and that t h e unkn wn w o uld enro ll a s a scroll. and ,,. · w e re a nxio us to g r o w o ld and g-ai n th e mastery. Hut n o w . when w e are a li\·e t the r ea li zation that w e cannot kn o w a n d Jj,·(·. th e prize has lost :om e o f its ,·alu c si n ce it mu st h e h o ug-ht at s u ch a price, and s ince we kn o w no w t h at w · cannot know th e unkn o wn witho ut going into that unkn o wn o ur~e h· es . Dut, t o re turn t o th e concre te. we : hal I h a ,. e t o lea Ye uff phi losophizing and r elate some o f th e r ec< ll cctcd p~ych t lugictt l experiences of the past. l n d o ing this w e arc n o t a w an.: o i


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any \·cry definite litH' o f psycho logical develop m e nt in ou r life. b ut o f thi~ p e rhaps others can judge hctt l' r than o ne's . e lf. I n the fir...;t place. some thing-s that 1 did in in fanc y. wh ich ha \ ' l' been related tP me by my parents. han~ . perhaps, snmc p syc holn~ i cal signifi cance. "'rhe first three y ea r~ o f my life \\' Crc sp ' nt in ~c r ious illness and o n sc\·cral occasitms I all ttnco nsc io nsly hon:red betw een l ife a nd death . t o the infinit e ~~nxi cty o i my lo \·in g- pare n t~ wh om f dicJn't know C\'e ll enough th en tn n.·cog-niz.c. During- this sieg-e. my medicine was adimn istercd IJ,· - o n e nf m\·- au nts \\'h ~ta\-e<.l at ou r h o me at that tim t•. 1 di::-- li kcd the m ed icine ,·c ry much and w o uld 1ly intc a r:-:gc whtnl.'\·c·r I e\·en sa\\' her. ancl. it mu=--t perhaps he co nics~ed that I h:t\'C n o ,. ry g-reat t!~e fnr her c\·cn tnclay . :\s a baby I \\'as \·cry quiet and s mctimes n e\·c r uttered a sonnd inr h nur=-- to~<.'lhcr. :\ t one time a certain blind lady who was ,·is iting- my mother a n d wa!" sitting- o n a sofa ri g-ht n ext tn me. inquir ·d wh ct h l' r the baby \\' :lS at home.·. altiH)Ugh she h ad been sitting lll'Xt t o me fo r o ,·e r a n h uu r. This p eri od o f m,· life is pc rl.t aps. hcst d c~c ri hcd in the lin cs o f \\' lit Carleto n: J le Ia-.· and calmh· debated . \\' hcl; a\· e ra ~c l>al)i~..·s crL ;\nd ~ec·mecl ,to he )it ) tld (.'r~ll(V (,.ra \·••h• \\'hcth e r to li,·c o r to die. Hut. prejudiced o n th =t t que:-:tion. 11 e g-rew from day to clay, And finallY he d ec ided 'Th:1 t he had bette r sta , .. ~



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1 n t: \'l'r walk ed till nearly fo ur year~ o f age. hut had by that time pcricctcd an elabor ate method o i cra\\'ling-. by means o f whi c h I g t about wi t h remarkable ag-ility. io r c\·cn uch placcs as the tup o f the pian o w e r e n o t fo rbi dden terril ry. :\ly first recorded plt ot o gr~ p h is ,,. rt h y o f a pl ace in any lllll!'l' lllll. 1 h a ,·e often t h ug-ht that photographic plates must h a ,·e b ·en made o f m o r e substantial material in those days. :\l y h L·:ul was then n t much smaller than the r est o f my bo dy a nd my eyes to o l· u p about ha lf the area o f my face. lt is a standing joke in o ur family th at l w as born with the a r t o f m a king .. "goo- ~CTOO eyes.· J w as r aised o n cocl-l i\·cr oil and clc\·clo pccl such a ta, t e fo r it that l would steal t h e bottle and p e rfo rm the ~Jilwauk ec­ act with huge satisfactio n . .t\ t o ne time I · w a llo wed oYer half


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the contents fa larg-e ht>Ltlc much tl> the anxh..' t' 11f t!J v doctor wh w e rkcd on.:r my saturated anxiety. T!Ju, early did I dc,·clop the local prop<:n:--ity and l'n: r s ince 1 h;t\·e been a finn heliL'\"l't· in th · saying- that illll' can g"L't used to anything and 1 ! ~an~ l'\·cry n·as~11 1 to helicn· that t hi s con ,·icti n will sta nd lllt' in good st<:ad 111 the year:-- uf ttl~"ttrinto 11 ,. to fo ll o w.



One Chri~tmas day my g"l' nerotts fathe1· broug-ht me a fine Ia_rge rockm g-h or~e, but when I first saw it I ran awa ,· in a te:nble fright and w o uld n o t go ncar it for Sl'\·e ral ho-ur:'. I thmk T was frig-ht e ned by the idea of seeing- a horse in th<.· hou ·e, rather than by the size of the h o r:-;e. IT o w e ,·cr. a iter~vards I loved it dearly, w o uld try t o feed it. would take lon•Y Jealous abo u t any of my brothers t•,·er riding- on it. .... . T he .myth of "'a nta Claus nc\·cr had a ·finn ho ld on mt. ndes on 1t • to Germa II)· an< 1 ot 11er <1·1stant lands. and wa:-; ,·e n · probably because my parents ne,·er tried hard to delttdl·



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The first distinct r ec llectinn oi pain that l ha,·c is ui a had ear-ache on the day of my g-ranclnJ,,thL'r·s itlnt·ral. w:1~ then about fo ur yrars o ld . The on ly recolll'ctinn~ 1 h a\T ui my grandmother is a ,.i,·id picture of he r whik irnn it'g in tht kitchen. and again when in her ·pflin. .\t the tim•: oi tin· funeral I had n o realization of wh :n it meant and wo1tden·d why e\· •ryb ody was crying-. During childh <Jnd 1 had n great deal o i tnoth -adw and touk an alm ost uncanny deli g-ht in pulling- out m,· first se t uf teeth. l ha,·c som~ quite ,.i\'id rccollcctinns 11f d~·l'anls whid1 J dreamt at that tim e. ln Ont particular)\· ( drcallll'd that ;1 large colored glass marble which I h ad iost was lltHkr thl' bureau in the bcdr o m . The n ext day I had the bureau nHl\·ed and was filled with consternation to lind that it was nnt there. It was the first time that r was broug-ht facL' tn face with thl· unrea lity 0~ dreams .. and r found it a \·cry 1111pl ea~an t cxpl'rience. Agam o n e ntg-ht 1 dreamt there were rt1hl>cr:-; in thl' h o use and · et up ~uch a cry that I woke fat h L'r. \\"ho came and c~mforted me and had t lull me to sll'cp again. .\n ot h l'r ~ 11 g-ht I saw a S\) ldi e r. finely uniforllll'(l. standing" rigid !\· <'rcct. tn the _doorway of the bedroom . and again m,· father- had t•1 he remlllcl ed of par<·ntal carL'S. T can se~ that s~) ldicr distinct h· e'·en todaY.


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qccasi on . up in the attic, I disco,·ercd the box in which my parents st()red the Christmas-tree deco rations o\·er the summer. and then th e secret was o ut f r good. JJ o we,·cr. this did not t ake awa ,. th joy o f Christmas u r ~poi) it fur me in th~...· least. I l'arh· c HH:ei,·cd f Christmas as a time when all parents ga\-c their children gifts. and I anxiously awaited the arri,·at ut thl' da_, . nl..!,·e r expecting- o r <kmandin~ presents at a n ' · 1 , t h e r t i m L' l' x c c p t i n o- o n 111 y h i rt h d a y . I r e till: m b c r t h a t •m~ day whil(.• playing hide and seck with my brother, and attempting- to hide in a n out-of-the-way place. I crawled way below the hl·d in the spare r oom and there di~cu\·cred e\·eral t oys which mother had hidden. preparatory t'> Chri:tma~ celebration. ( )f cou rse l immediately fu rgnt all about thl' game a nd c.ommenccd playing with the t oy~; my hru thcr. unable to fin.d me:. ga,·e up thl' search in disgust and I was n t disco,· ·red till a family s<.:arch was inaugur;l ted to brinu· me to dinner. \\.hen lllotlu:r found me and told me that th o se t oy s wet·l' n ,t t o be used till Christma: day. 1 obediently put them back under thl' hed and ne,·er tea~ed fot· them till the great day whi c h. io rt\llHltc h ·. was not far off. The toy~ 1 enj o yed m<~st wl'rc a small t;·unk in which I kl' JH en:rything from pict u n ·s tn cookies. and a toy fi rc-engin l'. :\I y ideal ,·oca ti o n was that o f the fireman. The reaso n. I think. was becau ·e o i the risk and daring it in,·nh·ed. ~ o play was quite such fun as playing fir -man . I relll(.'lllber J t o ld monstrous fibs t tn,· playmates about my father being tir e-chief of the city and riding o n a magniticcnt real fire-engine. when in reality h~...· was patiently wending his way o ,·er th<.' state as a reg-ular o ldtim e drummer. .\s a child I was ,·ery bashful and h eld myself aloo f fro m all strangers. The o nly way to g-et me tl) go t scho 1 w a . t o scncl me tn a kinderg:uten where my aunt tanght. r\fter being th e re a year l refused to go a cla:=:.s hig-her because the teacher t h ·rl' was a . trang-er. So I stayed in the kindergarten another ,·car, with the rc~ult that whe n I wa~ finally pro m o ted r made ~fin~ g r ade::; in t hree years without ever noticin(T it. ()nc time I swore in kind e rgarten and the teacher wa~he d mv


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tongue with ~o:tp and water. I think thi:-; w:t=-- an excL·lknt thing-. for I haYe n en:r cared to S\\'Car =--ince, a nd the u llcranCL' oi an oa th by any o ne e lse i:-; c:-;pecia lly repu g nant tu me. ln eati ng I \\'a:-\ the greatest llltt :-':-\l'r on n ·. cnrd. E,·l·ry rhing I got fo r dinner I mixed in 0 11' ma:-;s n n my l aq.,!·c platl' :-> pec ially pnn·id ed t1> keep the tahk ch•an: and aft l'r playin ~.: with it for a whil e I always ate th e \\'hole cnng-lt)tll craticlll . .\ly parents experienced g-reat difficulty in breaking- till' uf tlw h a b i t • a n d e ' · en w h c n t h e y \\'a t c h c d m c I s l y l y 111 ;u l c u =-' c c1 i e\·cry cessation in th eir ,· ig-ilan~c to pnur my tea un.· r 111_, potatoes or empty th e s uga r h \\'l on my plate . I hclie,·ed that as long as things were to he mixed up in~idc anywa_, . they mig-ht as \\'Cll be mixed fir:->t as la=--t. The my=--tery uf thl' self n e ,·er bothered me mu c h . 1 simp ly con ... id e r ·d all pL·opk a=-- ho llo \\' a nd th:tt t h ey ate until they w e re full up to tiH:ir n ecks and then h ad to quit. \\' my h ea d. abo\'(: rn,· nwutlr. contained n c,·e r prc~ ente cl any problem to me. The phenomena o f nature ne n ..: i· interested lllL' ntuc.:h . Thund e r J wa~ to lcl was caused by the c l o ud ~ bumping- tr•g-eth cr and this explanati o n satisfied me fo r many years. I <J,, n t belie,·e I was a ,·c ry pertinacious que~tiuner. I rclil'd fpr my info rmatio n o n books. and lo ng- th o ug-ht that whate''l' r w as in print \\'a s g-ospel truth. ~uch a rc my rcc u lkl'tillll :-' nf t he p~ycho l ogy o f my c h ildhood.- Pattl E. Hink amp . 'o;.

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STUDENTS! STOP!! LOOK!!! LISTEN!!!! T he Anchor ~~ocia tion ha s begun an acti\·c campa tg-n to in crca~e its suhscripti n li st. \\ e arc pl a nning this ,YL'Clr t" Ki ,·e yo u a better . more n t: \\' :-i)'. m o re up-to-date Anchnr th a n ever before. Plans arc under way for some surprises in the future. u b cribe fo r a paper to send to the peo ple at honw and let th em kn o w \vhat we are d o ing. 11ve your se ,·c ntyfi,·e cents f r a subscripti >n to :\Jr. t;ott\\'cns and sec him smi le. It's \\'Or t h t he mo ney. You need the paper. We need the money. Let's exchange.

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Elizabeth J,. G rot.em:~t H CIC'ne Kt' l'll ' l. Ja . l ly l' ·mu " ' rand \VI c h •·rs • .-\ , 0. 8 (')1n f •r · - Mil Lon .I. H o!Tm:Ln - J o hn .1. \ ·aode r :'" ·hanr H •rnlUA R~n ln•r::~ ll cm·~· A . VrU\dD l' 'l'l·unis E. Bouw~·r:­ l•' mnl' K Wynia Y iNor w. Blc ltldnl'

f:' t h t·n· any clay in the year quite as clear to th e ht·art <lf lliL· !-=-t tttkn t a=-- the first day of en li eg-e? So me wi 11 say l he la=--t da,· ni the ,-car i:-> far happi e r t > them l>nt t n ll=-' lh:tt day o i pa~ting- i:' ~ht· =--acldl'!'t nf all. ~an anythin g-.~>:. d ea rer tha n the ~· lad "l kiln. f' m glad t t ~Cl' you back agam f a f lin"!'ttt<ient. the heart,. handclap of an nlcl proie:->:or o r e,·cn th e :-.ig-h t of the <.tid f;m iliar bui ldi n g-~ un the campu:;. the \\' :tlk=-u;ldcrneath the trees and th e broad ~weep of the at hk tic field \\'ith it s llll'tnoric~ oi hard-wo n battles of the pa:-;t and anticipations o f \\'Cll-clcscn·ed a pplau. c and ,-ictory in th e iutur~·? { )f co urse we 111 iss th l' >ld-t i me S e nior:;. no\\' g-ran: :tnd ~ta 11 I A lu mni. but 111 >rt' th a n thc:-;e we mi ss him fro m our number wh o is g-one nc ,·cr tn n :turn. who ha=-- fini =--hecl li ie '!' l cs~nn~ and has .g-Ottc before u=-- a li tt le while . T h l..' seats of the Senior~ :trc filled b,· the ol d -time Jun iors, but the sca t of ll crhcrt \ ' an \ ' alkL·n-lwrg i:-; lur~,· cr t~nfillecl among th e c la::-;"mate=-- \\'hn lo\'l' d him .

T( all wh n han: returned. no t k a=-- t c )rdial a tnong- th<.' welcoming- h a nd~ is that extended to y o u by the .\nchor. \ ,. c trn:-;t y u arc back with the same hearty snpp rt whic h y ou ha,·c g-i,·e n us in pa ~ t years. \\'e n eed y o ur help the s ame a=-wc han! at \\':t ,.s ncc <!cd i t .- ,·ou r b est sturiL'=-'. your be ~ t c..;:->ay:->. c'ra ti < n s. poetry and jokes~ your censure when '"e n eed it: your pra ise when w~ desc n ·e it. :\n d to the n ew st ud ent s \\'e wou ld ~ay that the .\n chor c ngratttlate ~ you o u th e choice of a collegC" w h ~ r l' ther an.·

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:--o manY a< h· antag-~~ as there arc tn h e iound a:' at I l npc. lH>th io r phy~"'ical. m e ntal and s piritu;d g-r" ''·th: whL·rL' the grcau.·-...t •r m l- will and IH:lpful fl'l luw:'hip cxi~ t :' not u nly allll> tl g- th ·

;tudcnt:' thL·m~eh·c:' hut al :-'\1 bt·tw~..Tn fa ·ttlty and s tuden t..; . ~ I a,· I lo p e hccnme as <kar t1 > .' tl\i a~ :' he is tu us ! . \\·e at·e ~l:ld l< ' ha,· ~ back atntmg· u:-- thl· lh::u l o f t~ur Eng-li:'h <k p:utnH.· n~. fre . h and ,· ig ll"Cl\1:-' from contact with tlw mast er-mind:' at ( l:xford . and \\·c exknd a hL·art y \\"l'lctllll · tu J>r. ~lcLarcn. whu h a:-. lJL·gu n h i:' \\'()rk attllJ!lg" u::: 111 th ~o.· ...;cie n cc dcpa rt me n t. F o r u ur l'rL':--i ...knt. pruie:'..:., >r:'. a nd fcllllw-sttHlcnt:-. . irtllll IY:-; h> ·o~r='. we \\'isn the h ig h c~t : us~ ihlc ·ucccs:-- in the -.:Lllllitl~ 'ca r s w u r k.

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. \ l last th e g-i rb oi II up~ ha ,. ~ a h ome: un the cam pu~ . and a hL·;nlliiul and cumiurtabh.: hutn e it i:->. t \ 'o rhc c:-<;irb" J >ur mitur_, \\"a:-- fo rmally opened Tucsday c\·cning. Scp-

when the first dinner wa...- :-- n ·cd in the well appointed dining roum. pre. idcd u\·cr by our dean. ~ I r~ . \ "a n Ra~dte ; iJmun.:. ~\lany oi thl· g-irls arc enjoying- liic in tlte attra~ti\c r<H>tll:' uti thl' ::o;ccond doo r and the ~ iri s' so~icti'-·~ ha ,.c a) r~o.·a dy t ab.' tl :'tcps to\\"a rd ad v rn i n g- their :'uc ie ly room ~ 11n the thi rd fl,H>r. The l>ny:" :;ho\\" ju~t appreciation ni the: pr i,· il<.·~t· g-rantL·d them of dining with th e co-eds and enjoying 1 Ill' \\"t•ll-::en·t·.d Ill ·als pn·pared un<kr t iH' dirc: ction oi ~I i.-...: T(lwnscnd. wlit > h :1:-. alrea d y found a place in the: h eart~ t)i IH1 th the ,Yllltllg" llte:l and youn~ \\" Utll~n pf I lope. \\ " can.~ all just!) proud o f this mag-nificent addiii o n to o ur L"11lkgc aiHI h ope it \\" ill be the m ea n:' ni bringing many mt•r<.· wotnl' tl ~tuclc n t :• into our mid:'t. and hy gi,· ing· both thL· youn~ men and the ynum~· \\' Utncn opp rtttniti e:' oi acq uiring- culture and ref-inement \\"ithin its w a ll:' add t > thl· de·.-l·lopmcnt u f tnH· m an hoo d and \\'()J nan lwod. Ll·mbcr

HOPE'S OPENING EXERCISES. I l tJpc is ~t ill pn g re~!'-ing. \\"ith an cnrollm~o.·nt nf on: r 1 -.,:> nL'W :-.t ud c nts o ur :-\lma ~ l a tL'r g-re ctt•d her so n s and dau~.dners a nd smill'cl upu n h l' r patron~ . l ~y ninl' t>'ch>ek 1)11 tlll'· l ~t h uf ~~pte111her the Chapel and thL' Y . .\1. C . .\ . rw> ll l were filled with anxious s pectat o r s . who w•ntld witne:'~ thL· '>J'C lling e.:-.;ercist's. \\"hil e o ur presidl'nt. J >r. l' olkn. ·un · g-rc..·ss man Uickcn1a , D r . J. D. ~lcLare n . I{C',.. . \ .<>It man. D. I) .. and R c \'. :\. T. Luther \\' ·r c t ak in g th ei r pl;t~o.·es upu n th l.. ' p latfo r m. th e boy;-; and gi rls made th e tlld wall=-- ec h o and re-ec h o \\"ith yells a nd c heers. . \ ftcr the reading oi ~cri ptu rL's f>, . Dr. K li en and prayer by I ) r . t Htman:'. th~o.· pn::' dlcnt ga,· ~._· a. ht•art-to-h eart talk. lie :;poke o n "Th e :\ ttainmcnt •>i Jl o \\" er. " Hi s rem a rk s were in a h appy ,·ein and contain l·d omt• good and wh o l e~olllL' ad" icc. J l c closed hy introducin)..!" the Hon. l~. ]. Dickcma as t h e orator for the ncca~ic n. ~I r. Diekema first JHO\·ed ,·cry conclusi \·e ly that thi s i..: the age o f the co llege bred man . Then h ' talked about th e effects o f kn o wl e d g-e. · I Lc ~aid ... Kn o wled ge brings son·o w. but it is a bl e ·sed so rrow . It is th e sorrow o f the ope n cycs. 0f the en lightened ,·is ion and the c h astened heart. ~ o man ca n h e e it h e r great. gc o d o r wi~ e wh has not sorr o w ed. T lw s unli g ht of kn o w l e d ge mu st s hin e t hro u g h o ur tears in rdl'r to produce th e se \·en -e lo r ecl r a inbo w o f a beautifu l life. " :\ ft e r this m agn ificcn t a nd cloq uc n t address . Dr. K o llcn

intrndncccl Dr. I. IJ. ~lcLare n. wh o will till the ~..· h:t i r d ttt i 11 ~- t h e a I> s e n c ~o.· o f I )r. ~. ( >. ~ I a :-- t. II c wa:' greeted 1)\· . an arnusinn· :--- cullc• re .,·cll. which made him feel at h ome in hi ... Ill' \\" su rrnutHii ng-s . Th <.' benediction was spokl·n by t h '-' l~ c ,· .. \. T . Lu ther ;\ nd o ur co ll ege wa s iurmally up" n ed.


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Th ere ha,·e been :'ome changes o n tht· ed itoria l ~ tafT ~ inrl" last June. \\"e r~g-rct t o lo'C ~li~s ~ lil dred \\"eston. w h o helped ~ I r. Dykema write the t hin g~ w e were suppost!d tt1 laug-h at last year. \\"c a lso miss ~lr. II. De Kruif. o ur fo rmer stafr artis t. ~li !'~ IJ cl<.· n l' Kep pe l take:-: up ~ li ss \\ ·e~to n· ~ pen and n o doubt \\"ill earn o ur g-ratitu de for many a h ea rty laugh in the future. ~Lr. DeKruif's place h as n ot been filled. S n ch ta l nts . a~ w ere his . arc h ard t eq ual o n th e ca mpu s. \\"c..· :-. h a ll h e g lad to h ear fro m a n y undi s co ,·ercd gen iu s amongll tlr st udents a nd \\" e promi::-;e yo u s peedy ~ll',· ation t o ~taff


honor:-; a.· suo n cl:-' ,·ou r g-c1: m:-; a :1·l abilit\· bc..·conh: ~ kn•l\\' 11 tu u:-;.

wa;-; a :-;ucCl':o;:-'J•>n o i triumph~ . E,·ery h onnr pn ~ii>k· in th ..: cl•ml:lin of mu~ic ha ... be e n acconkd l l ) :\lr=--. j :tcohy. Th ~ l~.·ctnrt! CPtlr:--t' a:-; a who le i:-; the b~=--t cntnhinatit)n n1 :ntracliollS C\' l' l' or(crcd here and ll\\' illg' to th t' fad that th l' =--~ating- capacity ha~ hcc..·n cnlargc..•<l. thi:' cutin: li ."'t CJf high cia:'~ t:tknl i~ pr~;-;cntcd at g-r~atly r~ d uccd pricc..·s. ~o u nc..· wh•, d c.-. in·~ educatio n and culture c·! n a !'!o rd t '> i,>rc :~n th~..· plc:l.· ttrl' and pr u lit thi:-; s~ril'S oi entcrt:tinment;-; \\'ill ,·il'l d.

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HOPE'S LECTURE COURSE FOR xgo7-'o8. :\m u n :""'t (r the man -Y t)ri,· ilct•· ~..·s 1> i collcn·c l ife 110 fc..·atlll'l' :"'"\ ...... ..:.tand~ out more prominent than that, whi c h of"ler;-; u:-- th e nppurtunity to h ~<u and :-:.e · . \m ;.. rica·~ g-rcate;-; t k:ukr:' ir11m en: ry profes;-;ion and \\'al k in life . ( >ur idea~ and ambition .... arc ~tirn·d and mrJlckd. to a , ·cry g-reat e:xtcnt. hy th~..· 1111..' 11 \\' h o ha,·e been and a r ;-;uch a p()\\'t~r for the moral uplift :tnd ac:-.thc..·tic culture ui .\ meric..:an i· :c. :\lc..·n and \\' <llllCll \\'hu;-;l' d<.':-;ire i~ 1111t only t o plcasl' lm t i >educate, it · \\'ill l>c n :1r g-,,od fortuPe to li ~t<.'ll tc1 t hi s iall and ,,·inter. F or th e pa:-:t fc\\' seasons thL· 1 l op~..· -ullcg-l' l .cct urc Cnur:--,· ha;-; presented the l>cst and nH ;-;t artistic.. prog-ram of c..·ntl'rtaill mc nts in this part of th e :'t a te. illlt this year tht· cnmm itt c..' 1.' ha~ left . <me: nf th o;-;e well htaten J•ath:'. Thrungh tht.: :!cti \'L' agency n f Proft's:'or ;\ykcrk. the..- taknt \\'hich will bt• p r ese n ted there wa~ S('Cun·d only afkr the solicit~~ti•>n ()i 111:1ny l)f the fri e nd;-; t f the rour;-;c had been c m;-;iclc..-rcd. The lt..· . .·tnrcs promise 1Hntgh ~ hnt the carnt' ..:.t t•xpr~..·~~io n nf :..n·;•t lin>. :\lr. Bryan ~ncl \\' ill l'arlctnn and ot h L·rs. not qnh· <kl i,·cr a me:-:.:ag-e hnt they exert a per~on;tl 111:1gnc..·ti;-;m whi c h c:1rril·.; 1 h ~ hearer. captiYc. T h e prng-ram is not nncqually hal:lncl:d thrnugh the ah;-;c n cc of music. n•acling-s ancl imp~..·r;-; n nati on;-;. \\. t• haY<.' hnt tr) m e nti o n K atheri n e Ritl ge wav, wh o is co n ceded t o h an: the most popular orga ni za ti t n npon the ly ceum platform. ~li :-:;-; Ridg-e\\'ay is wi t h ot1t clouht the be~t known n·:ukr of the: present g-ene r ation. Th gl o ri n~ old . nth i;-; t o be rcpr esentc..•d in the person I ,f :\I r~. Fc..· nctta . 1 ra~kell. Hc.:r sturie;-; o f the old sout hern life arc bright, tru e to life and r eal. The 1<)\·cr;-; o f mu;-;ic will he plca:o;ed to hear nf the c )11li ng- o f :\li~=-- Josephin e:. J acoby n n cl h e r company. :\ re i i.:~hlc c ri t ic h a~ . aid of t hi s company that "y o n seldom sec such a star comhi n at il>n a;-; that h ~ade<l hy i\ l r . . Jose phine S. Jacoby. Four s u ch , . ic es arc seldom bro ug-ht toget h e r in nne compa n y, and in th e ir conserted w o rk the effect is trnly w o nderful.'' ~J rs. Jacoby h as been with t lw l'onrit·d :\l ctrupol itan Grand Opera Compan y a n d her ca reer


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lntcn.::;-;t in fo otball has n ot c..·ntin: ly di:'appc..':Hecl at I (d JH'. .\hn ag-e r <;eorgc l~oo:o;t ha~ suc et'l·ckd in c r ·a ting ~IHHtgh t'l~thusia;-;m tn uq.!·;n 1ize a team . O n Sept e mber 2() they nwt th<.' lnca l J lig-h Schoo l e]c,·en . hut were dde ated () t, , o. It\\' :' ~ a hntly c o nte='tl'cl game frnm ;-;tart t o finis h. b t th team;-; playin~ dean. fa:t hall. Th t.• 11 i:..!'h S c ht ol ck\'(:n lncl the aclnllltagc oi better training-. Their ,·ctcran coac h. l'rnie:o;:'nr i lc..·lmc..•r;-; . ;:~ q u :1 rlt'r. kc \ hi..:. hoy;-; to ,·ictory hy ;-;crappy, scient i ti~..· play:'. ( >ur b YS \\'Cre tktcrmincd hut < ut ~)r ·o 1Hiitio n . The ()Icier :'IHln:nre c:xperienced men at Hope were n nt in th e g-aml'. n or did they e\·cn f.'!i ,. · encouragement. \ \'c real izc that witho ut the support of iaculty and :-;tudent;-; the gridi ro n cannot be a 111arked ~ucces;-; . The practic e. h o \\'e,·e r, will put some of th e candidates ior the basket ball team in g ) O cl cn nditi n. 0:1 Octo ht·r 1. the g-ym wa;-; pened il> r re~ubr ba4:cl-l>a ll practice and c:dc;-;thtnics. < ;cnq..:· t: 1k Kr11it \\'h., e o nduct(.:d the cla~~c~ ~t.> efficie ntly la;-;t year. i:-; again in full c h arge Freshm en and ") rs." for whom the co urses arc eompul;-;o r.' . will begin w o rk th ·"' seco nd term. Speci al classc. in gymnas tic:-; ha,·e already hcen organized hy the phy:-;ical dire ctnr The cour;-;es arc being ,·igorously and enthusiastically pnrsucd hy all classes of College and Preparatory department;-;. I nring the wint er term the physical director h pl'S t o g1\·e a n



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The :. tinvn·a ~ t H: it·t'. J,l' t!'tn:-; tlh' n~· "· \ L· ar \\i t h pn ,;nl:--l' ,,j a hri~ht iutttrl' . Thl·.men.l hcr:-:llip i . . i nc~·t·:t:-- in g- :tnt!. in =~ll prnhahiiity. \\'ill l>t' ' t·r_, l:trg·t· thi:-- _, t·ar. Tht• :'ch: i,: ty i_' anlic i1' at in g t h t' ck I i ~~ h t s n i t h t ' i r I II' all t i i ul t 1c.:\\ h ;t\ i i 11 tIt l' \ 11• 1 r h l' ~ ~ <;irl-...' l'u:·lllitt •J'\. The old lH <.m l n · r ..; : q·t· l i ~ lt: d \\i t h tl w ,,,·i'-·i.' --pirit and ..;h,,.,,.' l'\. <.'11 lll()rt: interl':-.t and l' nthu..;ia'-n~ than' l_:t -- t ' l·ar. In tin· p : t :-: t tit•: pnl :..~ra1n- h :l ' ' t' ht· ~..·n ,·,· r _\ nH<.·r . · -. ttn~ ;t nd charact e ri..;tie .>i llllll'h t~ri g-in :d \\'11rk ·!nd \\'l' k ·I c.m!irl ·· ~:: that thi ~ _·t·ar':-: ''.:nrk \\'ill :-:It•)\\' grl'a t im:.:·~~,· t· nH~nt on·r p n·-.· :n 11:-' n .' a r:'.

MELIPHONE SOCIETY. \ \ ith thi:-- \ t· ar the ~lt· liplt tl tH: S: ,t'i l· t~ l' ll l' r-... \!)·11 11 a t it'\'' l ra i!l it-- )Ji .... t•;ry . L a:--t ltull· the liitit•th :'llllli\ t•r:--ary nf tht' -... 1 1cit·t y \\' :t :- :IJ'l rupri ·ttl· ly ~·<.·khr;ttl' fl. J ·: n, ·, ntr:t· ~-e d 1,_, iht· J' a -:. t h l· :\ lt•liph~, n i ~t ll"' arl' clt·tt·n n inl'd t•• l ~ l';..:in th i..: 11 ~ . .,,. ~,.• r:t \\' i t h ·: , ~..·; 1 r':-. \\u r k \\'llich :.hall :-.urpa:--:-. any )ll'l'\' il•ll=-- :--tandarcl .

FRATERNAL SOCIETY. FnHll pn·~cllt in di c:ttitltb \\' l' ran nnt hnt a11gur a ~Tar "i ~re:1t ~un·e ... :- inr till' l: ratt'rtl<tl S"l·i\.·ty . Till' -..un.' t·:--:-: "ith \\'hich th e tir:-;t t\\'n prngrams h:t\' l ' alrt·ady IJeL·n n ·nd<..·rl'd i~ an indication qf the l' llthn .... ia-...111 11f til<.' ,,I.J irat e :-". TlH·-...l·. rt·in iP ret'd l) y a :'tnmg :tclditit~n "inc\\' lll l' illher..:. \\'ill undcmbtcdh· mak this a b a nner n .· ar.

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