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Hope College opened the football Reason with a win over Flint J u n i o r FOUNDER OF VOLUNTEER MOVE. Collepe 24 to 0. Flint failed to m a k e MEXT WILL SPEND WEEK its downs repeatedly and Hope showed AT HOPE up well for a g r e e n squad. Coach J a c k Schouten m a k i n g many substitutions. Hope College is exceedingly forKlels, Hope's right half, was easily t u n a t e in being a b l e to secure a m a n conduct the star p e r f o r m e r in snaring passes like R o b e r t P. Wilder to and making large gains by b r e a k i n g prayer week during the week beginthrough the line and long end r u n s . ning October 17. Ordinarily, Dr. Wilrequests Overweg at end, Cook at tackle, and der t u r n s down t h e m a n y that come to him for rcrvV^s of this Fell at gmr.\l r.howcd up strong. kind? but the urgency with which Klels m a d e the first touchdown Hope College asked him made the r e on a f«..ty yard run a r o u n d left end. quest successful. Dr. Pleters is a close Nettinf.i netted the second on a line friend of Dr. Wilder and was instruplunge for seventeen yards. Russ J a p - mental In securing him. inga scored the third on a line smash Dr. Robert P. Wilder is General about r Toot from goal, and Klels m a d e Secretary of t h e Student Vo'unteer t h e foi i'th, a f t e r l l u p e had worked t h e ball to .'lint's 15 yard line. Hope missed a touchdown on a f u m b l e less t h a n two ya .Is f r o m goal. Frequent f u m b ling of i.oth t e a m s m a r r e d the smoothness of play. Two touchdowns w e r e registei-ad in each half.

MOT.ET AND WABEKE WIX CHIEF POSITIONS

ISAAC VAX GROVE WILL HAVE MAXY NEW MEN TAKE PART IN IMPORTANT PART IX T h e first regular meeting of the SPIRITED DISCUSSION COXERT H E R E ' Hope K u r f e w Klub, which is composed of t h e gentlemen m e m b e r s of The f r e s h m a n meeting of t h e "Y" When Edith Mason, world f a m o u s t h e senior class, met Monday a f t e r soprano of t h e Chicago Civic Opera noon for a short business meeting. on October 5th was ably conducted by t h e class president, Paul Nettinga. Company comes to Holland on Octo- R a y Gowens, t h e president, called The subject for discussion was " F o r ber 22 to open t h e lyceum course at t h e meeting together and conducted ward, Ho!" The leader emphasized Hope College she will bring with her the election of the secretary and as accompanist Isaac VanGrove. A— treasurer. Harris Smith and T h o m a s the characteristics of the great aposthough Edith Mason Is one of the Ten Hoeve were chosen respectively. tle Paul as the " h u b " in which the "spokes" of his speech were centergreatest musical attractions Holland T h e main point of discussion was ed. has ever secured there is hardly less in regard to the election of a janitor. Progress is the word", said Netinterest I nthe accompanist. He is a T h e final descision was t h a t two tinga, "with an objective in view." native Hollander and won great f a m e gentlemen should be chosen for the The speaker enlarged upon Paul's as accompanist Isaac Van Grove. Al- job, so t h a t with co-operation the objective which was to become like t h r o u g h o u t Europe. Authorities on work m i g h t be done more effectiveevery music declare he is the greatest ac- ly. After ten ballots Marinus Moget Christ, and he showed t h a t frosh fellow should a d o p t a similar companist who h a s ever come to Holwas named to fill t h e » r o l e of chief one. In addition he mentioned severland. janitor while J a y W a b e k e was chosen al other objectives, such as, Hope F o r the convenience of the audi- as his assistant. The newly elected first, high scholarship, good charence Dr. J. B. Nykerk has had two officers each made a speech In which thousand annotated programs printed each set f o r t h his platform. ' After acter., and high Christian ideals. He and these will be passed out a t t h e a r r a n g e m e n t s for a f u t u r e meeting related the following as ways In which these might be acquired: working concert so that t h e listeners may fol- were made, the K u r f e w Klub adhard, playing f a i r and p u t t i n g your low the various n u m b e r s intelligently. journed. heart and soul into all your work. A special piano will be used at the Many other m e m b e r s of t h e class of concert provided for the occasion by '30 particpated, which made the tho Bush & Lane Piano company. meeting an excellent one. Interest in t h e concert is great and Henry Steffens, a frosh, f u r n i s h e d tickets arc selling fast. One Hope Colt h e special music in t h e f o r m of a lege girl student sold $200 worth of piano solo. He played "Goodnight." tickets and o t h e r s came near equalling t h a t record. The p r o g r a m will be as SEXTIMEXT STROXG TO DISCARD P R E S E N T SYSTEM follows: Le Vlolette Scarlott 1 Hope students reject the Honor SysHave You Seen by a White Lily tem by a vote of 144 to 50. Grow Old English W h y retain an Inefficient honor I've Been R o a m i n g Horn IHRMAX SPEAKS OX Romance Debussy system merely as a cloak for t h e crib- ALICE "WHITHER BOUXD?" Fantoches .Debussy b e r ? This was the prevailing sentiOft In My Garden Rachmaninoff ment t h a t Influenced t h e student body On T h u r s d a y evening t h e " Y " girls Floods of Spring Rachmaninoff to break with custom and to discard an established institution that had beagain assembled in W i n a n t s Chapel Waltz Song ( R o m e o and Juliet) -...Gounod come a dead letter and an object of for the first indoor meeting. Dorothy scorn. Mulder led t h e singing and everyone Miss Mason

Summary— HOPE FLINT GALLY N I N E ANCHOR Overwcg LE Odle Cook LT Henry Vandenbbsch LCI l^a casy Slefrens C Cuthbertson Fell(c) RG Crook Gowcns RT Adams VanLoijto UF... Fiiully H. Jappinga g Snyder Nettinga LH Vogel (c) Kleis liH Deaubcan A* i4. J a p p i n g a Mi Kaughter Touchdowns—Kleis 2, Nettinga, R. Jappinga. Referee—Wren, O. Rapids. Umpire—Stegeman, Chicago. Head- Movement. He devotes his whole linesman—Pertschel, Albion. time in leading students into Christian service; in fact. Dr. Wilder is one of the founders of the movement. About forty years ago, just a f t e r he had been graduated from college. Dr. H a b a n e r a Die b u ssy A mass meeting of the students was seemed to catch t h e old **Y" spirit Wilder and J o h n F o r m a n were in- March Orientale Granados held' In chapel Tuesday evening for again a s old favorites were a n n o u n c spired to gain recruits for Foreign Mr. VanGrove t h e purpose of discussing the question ed. SPORTS EDITOR K E E P S TAB ON Christian service. That first year I m m e r leiser wird Mein SchlumThe leader, Alice I h r m a n , read t h e of w h e t h e r or not t h e Honor Code M. I. A. A. TEAMS these two men travelled all over mer B r a h m s should be maintained. After reading Scripture, a f t e r which she spoke on America visiting nearly every college Vergebllchen Standchen B r a h m s of the code by Melvln Lubbers, presi- the subject " W h i t h e r B o u n d ? " Much Western State Normal School, open- In t h e land, and such was their zeal Allerseelen R. Strauss dent of t h e Student Council, several emphasis was placed on t h e Imporing up a smashing offense, tore Al- that they were called the "fiaming Shepherd's Song W a t t s s p e a k e r were given an opportunity to tance of love on the highway of life, bion's line to ribbons Saturday a f t e r - fires of America." These two young At the Well .....Hageman express their opinions. The speakers in both her talk and t h e discussion noon and emerged victorious 28-0. men single handed, gained 2,000 re- Tho Cuckcoo Clock Grant-Schaefer were B r u n o Bruns, Betty Moir, E. Fell, that followed. She pointed out t h a t Four Albion players, Thlngstad, cruits for missionary work in that April Frank St. Leger and P e t e De Ruiter. there was a choice open to everyone . Peck, Schultz and Baldwin were taken first year. E n t r a n c e Song (Mme. Butterfly) The a r g u m e n t was r a t h e r one-sided. which "way his soul shall go" and from the field with injuries, the latter At that time there were two young Puccini The reason why t h e Honor Code is un- based her discussion of choice on Oxa f t e r he had suffered several f r a c t u r e d men at Hope interested in this work, Miss Mason desirable is its evident failure as a e n h a m ' s verse "The High W a y and t h e ribs. Line smashes paved the way for namely Albert us Pleters and M. Ospractical m e a n s of preventing dishon- Law." Many helpful quotations f r o m the first three scores, the third gained sewarde. Mr. Wilder was invited to STUDENT VOLUXTEER COUXCIL est work a m o n g students. Since it Geneva speakers were given and very when P u m p caught R a n a c h s pass back come to Hope and he came and was MEETS H E R E fails to attain its purpose, why retain appreciably received by her listeners. of the goal line. Lear, sub-fullback, an aid In bringing S. M. Zwemer into Hope enjoys the r a r e privilege i t ? F u r t h e r , a rejection of t h e system Many girls responded in the open r.\ade the f o u r t h by running forty tho band. Those first few y e a r s of entertaining the State Council of would not cast a reflection upon t h e discussion a f t e r t h e talk. T h e meetyards a f t e r intercepting a pass. brought in m a n y other valuable re- the Student Volunteer Movement for college, as some seem to t h i n k . Out- ing was clpsed with t h e " Y " song, Kalamazoo College overwhelmed Ol- cruits from other schools, among two successive years. Last year a very siders, u n d e r s t a n d i n g the facts, would "Follow t h e Gleam." ivet 43 to 0, in a lopsided contest. whom were J o h n R. Mott and Robinspirational session was held on the r a t h e r commend t h e student body on Kalamazoo put up a bag of tricks t h a t ert E. Speer. It is said t h a t the first Hope Campus, and it is confidently ex- Its wise decision. Such an action nt He: W h y didn't you a n s w e r my letcompletely bewildered t h e Olivet team. time Mr. Wilder saw Robert E. Speer pected that this year even a greater t h e present time would not a p p e a r as ter this s u m m e r ? Berry went over for the first score was when he c a m e in f r o m a footImpetus will be added under the lead- questionable to t h e publio or cause as She: I didn't get it. a f t e r a twenty yard r u n thru tackle. ball practice all spattered with mud. ership of Bob F l e m i n g of Albion Col- much comment as the necessity of its He: You didn't get it? Skeen went over for the second on lino But when he saw Speer he picked logo. The representatives of t h e local adoption formerly. She: No, and besides I didn't Hko v smashed a f t e r a long pass from Bridge- him for a leader and t h a t night ho college group a r e Helen g a n d e r and After t h e stated speakers had finish- some of the t h i n g s you said. man netted other touchdowns. Ma- helped Speer decide for Christian Peter Van Es, ed their a r g u m e n t r e m a r k s f r o m t h e honey catching one on the goal- line service. The good that Wilder haH The Council meets directly a t the floor were called for. J a y W a b e k e oxand Lewis carrying t h e ball over one done since then is incalculable. He close of Prayer Week on the 22nd and pressed t h e opinion t h a t the code did so large a m a j o r t y was not obtained* foot a f t e r t h e other pass. In the served for some time in JntUft, but 23rd of October, In it are represented not work because it was faulty in p r i n - . last quarter Kazoo played with only due to sunstroke he had to leave, practically all t h e colleges and univers- ciple since it is impossible to legislate and only about half * t h e students were present, t h e code Is still in force ten men on the field. whereupon he worked a m o n g the col- ities in Michigan. Its purpose is to on a m o r a l issue. Nell Van Oosten- and a n o t h e r mass meeting will probaEmploying its own forward pass and leges of Europe. f o r m u l a t e t h e policy of the state or- berg spoke in defense of t h e system, tli^t of its opponents as a m e a n s of T h e outstanding feature of Dr. Wil- ganization for t h e coming year and urging caution against lightly dis- bly be called, at which all students should be present to vote on this imscoring. Alma college defeated Michi- der's character is his heartfelt sinalso to m a k e plans for the a n n u a l Stu- carding a n institution which was es- p o r t a n t matter.gan State Normal in a morning game cerity. His whole personality radiates dent Volunteer Conference next spring. tablished as a necessity and was surely T h e president of the Athletic Board, Saturday, 12-0. T h e Alma team scored an earnestness that comes only a f t e r a deterrent to keep some f r o m doing N. Van Oostenberg, also submitted the in the first period when a long forward a long experience in Christian fellowsubjects as temptation, prayer and dishonest work» slate of the new Athletic Board for pass placed t h e ball on the Ypsi goal ship. As a speaker. Dr. Wilder has Bible reading and with other phases Although the majority of the stu- ratification by the student body. The line and McGregor smashed over. In engaging ways. He la in no way oraof t h e Christian life. He also expects dents present were for abolition of the students signified their approval by a the second period C h a t m a n snatched torical, but speaks with clearness, to conduct two meetings on Sunday Honor System, according to the provi- unanimous vote. Students ,It is your an Ypsi pass out of t h e a t m o s p h e r e for simplicity and earnestness. His topics following p r a y e r week dealing with sions of the Code It requires a threeAthletic Board; give them your supa touchdown. Both goals were missed. d u r i n g prayer week will deal with missionary problems. fourths majority to revoke it. Since port to the uttermost.

STUDENTS VOTE TO REVOKE HONOR CODE

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- A n n u a l P r a y e r W e e k " h a s been and U such a» to win t h e a d m i r a t i o n of t h o s e who a r e l e a d e r s In religious a f f a i r s . Such criticism Is a n admission t h a t t h e influence does not c o m e solely a n d a l t o g e t h e r f r o m t h e s p e a k e r , T h e s p e a k e r ' s influence will be felt to t h e degree t h a t he can "get next" to t h e s t u d e n t body, or to t h e e x t e n t t h a t h e can win t h e i r a d m i r a t i o n . If a — — s p e a k e r is blest with a line physique, plus o r a t o r i c a l ability, plus a lively s p i r i t u a l life, h e will leave a n Impresslon upon t h e a t h l e t e , t h e o r a t o r , and

i fclto nine Is " who a l r e a d y h a s enough to do, but t h e dim g r o u p a long w h i t e pipe 1. 1« willing to do his best to save t h e passed f r o m m o u t h to m o u t h . F r o m situation. t h e curved pouch e t h e r e a l smoke Now it is a l r l p h t to be h u m b l e . T'.ie climbs s t r a i g h t to h e a v e n in e s air Good Book says: " H e t h a t h u m b l e t h - I n d i a n pipes, reminiscent of a life* t,iat on(,e himself shall be exalted." But t h e r e t h r o n g e d t h e woo s. is a place w h e r e humility ends and h u W h o h a s ever seen t h e delicate. mlllatlan begins. God does s o m e t i m e s fragile I n d i a n pipe? They a r e 0 ' t h e h u m b l e a person, but He never h u - loveliest c r e a t u r e s of n a t u r e , a g o s mlllates anyone, and no one h a s a n y white, edged off In black, tall an . rrunv right to h u m i l i a t e himself, f o r he t h a t slender like a long peace pipe. does shall be h u m i l i a t e d f o r e v e r . » r e lovers of solitude and deep s h a d e . ----•- - — •Mt T— t h e h e I n d l a n P l P e 18 8 0 sensitive t h a E v e n if y o u a r e n o t one of w h e n P i c k e i 1 [t crumples up 1 ) r i l l I a n t o n e H ( a 8 y o l l t h l n U , w h y not

Pearle Leenhouts t h e religious m a n . , B u t if a m a n should r l s e t o t h e o c c n s i o n when an o p p o r - r h e y n r e a f u n g U H g , o w t h ' . . a , K l . Agnes Tysso t a k e n f r o m t h e i r native soil they h a v e but one of these blessings, a n d t u n j t y offers, r a t h e r t h a n to crlngo ,i. Raymond Smith soon die. A p a r a s i t e p e r h a p s .for laek either one of t h e o t h e r two, or j j k e a ^.nipped dog. "As t h y day Is so both, his Influence will be partially im.strength be also" h a s been t h e y t h r i v e on rotted t r u n k s a n d dead * Cornelius Mullenberg, loaves. paired. t h e Inspiration of m a n y upon life's Paul Hunter W h o sees the.^e hidden t r e a s u r e s of Since It Is also t r u e t h a t t h e r e a r e highway, a n d It should also be t h e Exchange Mary Crouch n a t u r e ? W h o loves to leave tho t r o d but few individuals who h a v e t h i s inspiration of t h o s e who a r e a f r a i d Campusology.... ....Lillian Schmld den p a t h and sink deep into dead " T h r e e - i n - O n e " m a k e - u p , it follows to t a c k l e a job, because t h e y i m a g i n e Questions Lawrence Borst leaves? It gives a thrill t h r o u g h one's t h a t tho extensity of t h e Influence will t h e y have not t h e t a l e n t to do it whole being to know t h a t all t h i s is depend in p a r t upon themselves. To w e n . T a k e hold of the t h i n g that l U SINESS S T A F F God's w o r l d — t h e blue sky above, t h e Business Manager Carl B o v e n k e r k Illustrate, s u p p o s e t h a t you a t t e n d comes your way a n d In t h e execution alr-fllled with a t h o u s a n d kinda o2 inAss't Bus. Mgr G a r r y De K o n l n g one of t h e g a m e s of t h e W o r l d Series, 0 f jt nse t h e t a l e n t you have. Selfcense, a n d colors t h a t never could 1)0 Circulation Mgr William T u t t l e but it is i m m a t e r i a l to you w h o wins, humiliation leads to cowardice, a n d reproduced. N a t u r e calls to you to a r e you not by your h a l f - h e a r t e d a t t i - n 0 0 n e loves a coward. come. You, too, can become a new t u d e d i m i n i s h i n g y o u r interest to a Reporters c r e a t u r e if you lot her touch your Head R e p o r t e r Russell D a m s t r a large e x t e n t ? The s a m e t h i n g holds h e a r t and soul. It is so easy to laugh, Enter Reporter William B o n n e m a t r u e in s p r i t u a l m a t t e r s . to b r e a t h e and to live. Reporter Hester O s s e w a a r d e " P r a y e r W e e k " with a h a l f - h e a r t e d All t h i s was w r i t t e n because tho Reporter Lester K u y p e r a t t i t u d e , or with a critical f r a m e of smoke was seen curling from a mind t o w a r d t h e Y. M. and t h o Y. W . ghostly I n d i a n pipe. m e m b e r s , or with a n y other p r e j u d i c e , Tho Rev. S. C. Nettinga, p r o f e s s o r of -oyou will be limiting t h e a m o u n t of inI WANT TO B E HAPPY—V historical theology a t W e s t e r n Semfluence to a m i n i m u m . Many a person inary and president of tho g e n e r a l h a s loft a lecture room, saying, t h a t synod of tho R e f o r m e d c h u r c h in H a p p i n e s s is often a difficult s t a t e they d i d n ' t get a n y t h i n g o u t of t h e America, will p r e a c h t h e s e r m o n at of mind to achieve. It is h a r d to bo lecture. W a s it tho l e c t u r e r ' s fault or tho i n a u g u r a t i o n of Dr. W m . A. W e b e r c h e e r f u l while trying to write an editho individual's? It m a y h a v e been a s p r o f e s s o r of religious education at torial when. In tho estimation of t h i s either, or it m a y h a v e boon b o t h ; but p a r t i c u l a r editor, t h e r e is n o t h i n g to no one can go t h r u a week of p r a y e r New B r u n s w i c k S e m i n a r y Cotober 21. DRAW ASIDE TO PREPARE w r i t e a b o u t . T h e r e is but one re- w i t h o u t receiving a blessing a n d lay all Tho t h e a t e r r e p o r t e r of the G r a n d FOR P R A Y E R W E E K dooming f e a t u r e : a s a last resort, one tho b l a m e a t t h e feet of t h e leader. R a p i d s P r e s s of October (» devotes a A very enjoyable and profitable t i m e can g a t h e r up tho q u o t a t i o n s t h a t E n t e r " P r a y e r W e e k " with a p r a y e r considerable space to J o h n n y H y m a n , wa.; experienced by t h e m e m b e r s of h a v e been collected in his notebook, o n y o u l . l i | | s . i n d y o u w i I i pome o u t w i t h a native of Holland, Michigan, and a l h e y M c A c a b i n e t In a w e e k - e n d and place t h e m in such a position a s a blessing In y o u r life. ICnter " P r a y e r g r a d u a t e of Hope College. His act Is r.-treat t n a t w a s held last S a t u r d a y to f o r m w h a t some (It is h o p e d ) m a y W t e k " with dissatisfaction because of described a s an extremely clever o f - a n d S u n d a y a t tho c o t t a g e of Mr. A. consider an editorial. some person or a n o t h e r a n d you will f e r i n g — " P l a y i n g P r a n k s W i t h W c b - Van Duron n e a r Waukazoo. T h o p u r F o r it really is interesting to see e n m e out dlasatlslied with yourself. Rter," and his •patter' is f a m o u s . pose of tho g e t - t o g e t h e r was to pret h e opinions of g r e a t e r m i n d s t h a n E e n t o r " P r a y e r W e e k " disatlsfied with p a r e f o r the coming p r a y e r week t h r u 0 o u r s on subjects which wo ourselves yourself ( n o b l e discontent) and you p r a y e r and discussion. The g r o u p o f t e n m e d i t a t e upon. H e r e a r e just will come out satisfied with God. j o u r n e y e d to t h e c o t t a g e on F r i d a y eva few quotations on happiness. To w h a t extent does God influence ening in high spirits which t e r m i n a t e d

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a week of iprayer? T h a t Ho does influence is a f o r e g o n e conclusion, beAll those Hopeltes who h a v e boon cause p r a y e r is c o m m u n i o n with God. to E u r o p e m u s t h a v e had a loaning T h e r e isn't a person who k n o w s tho for tho sea. . extent of G o d ' s influence, but t h e r e a r e 0 m a n y men a n d women w h o testify E d i t h K l e r k w h o is now t e a c h i n g to tho f a c t t h a t t h e i r e n t i r e c a r e e r s In Byron Center s p e n t tho week end h a v e been c h a n g e d because of " T h e A n n u a l P r a y e r W e e k . " One of tho 0 poets h a s s a i d — Mrs. McCarroll f r o m Ncosa. Cyp"More t h i n g s a r e w r o u g h t by rus is visiting h e r sons Neil and J i m p r a y e r t h a n this world d r e a m s of." and d a u g h t e r Grace. To sum it all up. t h e influence of o— Lois Heinz s p e n t tho week end a t " P r a y e r W e e k " should be such that*it changes things. And to t h e degree her homo In Chicago. Tho c a m p u s c u r s e is tho m u s t a c h e t h a t wo a s Hopeltes receive a new vision of t h e crystal Christ, to tho f a d . " F a i r y " De H a a n w o n d e r s w h a t degree t h a t we realize and confess o u r P oior his will be. Gray we say. a t tho sins, to tho degree t h a t wo live f o r r Qte its growing. He gets his on t h e to t h a t installment p l a n ; a little down each Cod and f o r our fellowm of Hope's week. «»iti l i i o i l i h u o * * v c " A n n u a l P r a y e r W e e k . " bo ft.v. — L . J . B. -oI H M I L I T Y OR H U M I L I A T I O N A f t e r tho census ' c a r d s had boon p:.. c.l (iiii, \rt i.io 3'»Ui".ont body la t fall so:..roj.e i c.r.r.. lied .liat t h e n wore ?ro\:zV. or;, •.ni::a,.Io1r: on the can., us so t h a t m a r l y every s t u d e n t could h a v e an ottice. T h e question is: How a r e these ollli es u i s l r i b u t e d ? A r e aj- m a n y s t u d e n t s t a k i n g p a r t in collegiaU actlvUies a s t h e n u m b e r of organh.utlons will a c c o m m o d a t e ? Wo And t h a t t h i s is not t h e case, but t h a t t h e r e are relatlvely few s t u d e n t s o c c u p y i n g tha executive and a d m i n i s t r a t i v e positions of the v a r i o u s o r g a n l o t i o n 3. W h y In t h i s so? Why is it necessary to establish a "point s y s t e m " in o r d e r to s a f e g u a r d s o m e s t u d e n t s f r o m being o v e r b u r d e n en with cxtra-curricv.lar d u t i e s ? T h e crltlci.im h o f t e n hen.'d t h a t oura is not a d r m o c r a t i c so-io.y; t h a t too lew, t h e so-cahed u p p e r lorty, r u n t h e whole thing, while the rest of us have n o t h i n g to say. Is t h i s criticism just? This Is w h a t one h e a r s nine t i m e s out of ton when a s k i n g someone to do this or t h a t : "O, you m u s t n ' t a s k mo to do t h a t . You know t h e r e a r e o t h e r s who can do It m u c h b e t t e r t h a n I can. I ' m not one of t h e brilliant ones, you k n o w . I'M not s m a r t enough for t h a t . " etc. And so t h e business j o e s bogging until s o m e o n e t a k e s hold of

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R o b e r t G. Ingersoll declares " H a p piness is tho only good. Tho place to be h a p p y is hero. The t i m e to bo h a p py is now so." T. B. Aldrich a d m a k e o t h e r s so." T. B. Aldrich a d vises us to a d o p t this a s our m o t t o : "I'll not c o n f e r with s o r r o w till tom o r r o w ; but joy shall have h e r way t h i s very day." E m e r s o n . speaking evidently to tho ambitious, says t h a t " P o w e r dwells with cheerfulness." Acording to B r o w n i n g you should "Desire joy a n d t h a n k God f o r it. R e n o u n c e it if ^pood bo, for o t h e r s ' s a k e . T h a t ' s joy beyond joy." W a l t e r Savage L a n d o r holds tho r a t h e r uno r t h o d o x view t h a t "Goodness doe^ not m o r e certainly m a k e men h a p p y , t h a n h a p p i n e s s m a k e s them good." Dickons' hint to t h e co-eds is t h i s : " C h e e r f u l n e s s and c o n t e n t a r e great beautlflers a;:;! r.vc i;:-: .c.v ers of yciiLhful looks." Victor H u g e likes t!.o " l a u g h t e r t h a t opens the lips an.' tho heart, t h a t shows a t tho s a m e t ..io pearls and t h e soul." And Byron v r l t e s , "All who would joy win, m u s t show it; h a p p i n e s s was born a t ,vin."

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It is t h e place V e n d o m e w h e r e tho s t a t u e of Napoleon s t a n d s molded f r o m t h e ^ u n s of Austerlitz, with his b a r k f o r e v e r t o w a r d the Street of Peace a b o u t which all P a r i s t u r n s . One e n t e r s t h e P l a c e V e n d o m e f r o m t h e Place de O p e r a by t h e Hue de Paix, t h e s h o r t but expensive s h o p ping street of P a r i s ; one leaves it io enter t h e Tuileriea G a r d e n s , w h e r e a t night lovers p r o m e n n a d e a m o n g t h e playing f o u n t a i n s a n d in t h e day t i m e neatly dressed n u r s e m a i d s exercise tho rising a r i s t o c r a c y of P a r i s and the world. One way f r o m t h e g a r d e n s one passes the P l a c e de la Concorde, w h e r e s t a t u e s r e p r e s e n t i n g the p r i n cipal cities of F r a n c e s u r r o u n d the place w h e r e Marie A n t o i n e t t e and fifteen h u n d r e d nobles w e r e b e h e a d ed. Out of the P l a c e de la Concorde in one direction leads t h e ChampyElysees, t e r m i n a t i n g in t h e Arch of T r i u m p h erected by Napoleon in m e m o r y of his battles. U n d e r the Arch lies t h e U n k n o w n Soldier. A simple bronze cover m a r k s his r e s t ing place, and a continuous flame keeps b r i g h t l h e m e m o r y of t h e n a tion's dead. No one passes the place except with bowed head, f r o m the lowest p e a s a n t to t h e president of t h e Republic; all p a y t r i b u t e to him who died t h a t justice m i g h t rule ov?r power. Beyond t h e Arch of T r i u m p h s t r e t c h e s t h e G r a n d Avenue, wreen 'is a forest with t h e m a p l e s t h a t lino its way.

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