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H o p e College, H o l l a n d , M i c h ,

An Appreciation

DR. NYKERK PRESENTED WITH MEDAL AT M. 0. L. BANQUET

October 13,1932

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tions Decided Upon Dr. John B. X y k e r k , founder of ihe Michigan Oratorical League, w a s honored at a banquet at the Olds hotel in L a n s i n g F r i d a y evening, Oct. 1. T h e r e were a p p r o x i mately seventy-five guests. Peter De Visser, retiring president of the M. 0 . L., presided, lie introduced as t o a s t m a s t e r Professor Roy W. Hamilton of Alma, whose witticisms added much to t h e success of the evening. Dr. Frederick McKay of the Ypsilanti Michigan S t a t e N o r m a l , spoke briefly about the first d a y s of the M. 0 . L. as an organization. He said t h a t f o r eight consecutive y e a r s Hope's representative received first place in the district contest in o r a t o r y . He also expressed the appreciation of the g r o u p to Dr. J . H. Nykerk f o r his y e a r s of service. Dr. McKay p resen ted him with a gold medal on which was inscribed the following w o r d s : " D r . J. B. N y k e r k , founder and f o r Ho years a f a i t h f u l frien d to the (Continued on Page T v o »

S. S. Convention Meets In Memorial Chapel REV. KURTZ S P E A K S ON

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III MAN P R O B L E M " The forty-fifth annual eonvention of the O t t a w a Sunday School Association was held on Wednesday, Oct. f), in Hope Memorial chapel. Delegates met in sessions t h r o u g h out the day. The climax came during the evening when the Rev. 1). W. Kurtz, president of B e t h a n y Biblical s e m i n a r y at Chicago, addressed an audience estimated to n u m b e r 1000. Centering his t h o u g h t s on " T h e Human Problem," Rev. Kurtz pled f o r a return to the enthusiasm and the loyalty of the early churc'a, for a facing (if the problem with an honest conviction of the soul, and for a sense of c e r t a i n t y as the only a n s w e r to the problem of the human need. The final problem, he (('(•ntinued on Page T h r e e )

ice t h e y r e n d e r e d t h e c o l l e g e d u r i n g t h e p a s t s e m e s t e r . T h i s ANNOUNCEMENT a d m i n i s t r a t i o n s h o w e d the A n c h o r r e a d e r s w h a t p e r f e c t coP e r h a p s many have won- * dered why the band did not ' o p e r a t i o n b e t w e e n s t a f f m e m b e r s c a n a c c o m p l i s h . H o p e is t r u l y play at the Hopc-Kalamazoo * a p p r e c i a t i v e t o all t h o s e s t u d e n t s w h o w o r k e d s o f a i t h f u l l y t o football game. Mainly because m a k e t h e p a p e r t h e s u c c e s s t h a t it w a s . M o s t of all t h e c o l l e g e it was not completely o r g a n - ' e x t e n d s a n h o n e s t - t o - ^ o o d n e s s c o n g r a t u l a t i o n a n d a p p r e c i a t i o n ized. At the first p r a c t i r e : to M i s s j o a n W a l v o o r d . w h o a s e d i t o r i n - c h i e f , p e r f o r m e d h e r many of the old members re- ^ : d u t y so n o b l y . l o a n . H o p e is p r o u d of y o u r w o r k a n d f o r y o u r ported for work. But the numc o n s c i e n t i o u s services we sincerely say. " T h a n k you." b i r of Freshmen and other new or prospective members was sadly lacking. The band has been practicing 0 quite faithfully ever since the * bejrinniiijr of school. At the * first meeting there were about ' f i f t e e n present. At the second '• practice many new num be r s were played and decided u p o n / ' R E C O G N I T I O N S E K V I C F FOR B E T W E E N 80 AND 70 F E L L O W S Also a few new members were NKW M E M B E R S OCT. 11 H A V E E N J O Y E D EACH introduced. M EETINC If there are any Freshmen The V. W. C. A. meetinjj' of Oct. or any other persons who a r e 4 was begun by the singing of The V. M. C. A. audiences of the interested in playing in a band * jymns led b\ by Mai Marion Ray. Devoion Ka.\. l K \ o few weeks have numbered they will be very welcome at , tions w e n led by G e r t r u d e Hollethe next practice. over (iO, showing a decided interest man, followed by a selection by in the spiritual life a m o n g the stu.limmie De Vries on the guitar.

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Hear ye. F r e s h m e n , a n d harken all ye Sophomores! Wednesday, October 12, h a s been set by the Student Council as an i m p o r t a n t date f o r your brave c o n t e s t a n t s . Yea, your young men and your young women shall s t r u g g l e mightily f o r the honor of their respective classes. All ye Sophomores and all ye F r e s h men, present yourselves glowing with e n t h u s i a s m and cheer loyally for your fighting classmates. Come ye also, lofty Juniors, and ye, exalted Seniors. The contests shall be ones to tax your j u d g i n g powers. You shall be thrilled and amused by the vigorous clashes to take place on the Hope College C a m p u s this a f t e r n o o n . Hear ye, h e a r ye!

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This a f t e r n o o n m a r k s the beginning of keen competition between the Frosh and Soph classes f o r possession of the E d w a r d D. D i m n e n t loving cup. A t exactly t h r e e o'clock today, the field events begin. The Student Council committee, headed by Don Vanden Belt, have a fine p r o g r a m of contests lined up. It's varied enough to suit anyone, f r o m the greenest F r o s h to t h e wisest Senior, from the clinging vine to the s t u r d y he-man. There are four boys' events and one f o r the girls. T h e girls' event is an obstacle relay and it promises excitement, f o r the F r e s h m a n girls will be j u s t a s anxious as the Sophomore belles to get the five points credit. A pillow fight — and who doesn't e n j o y downing an opponent with a f e a t h e r ? * — will give twelve points, while a sand ^ j bag rush, in which six bags a r e to i> ••><;>» ij + « » be used, gives a possibility of e a r n • ing eighteen points. T h e n t h e r e is to be an old-fashioned cock-fight which everyone will e n j o y w a t c h i n g . I T w e n t y fellows f r o m each class will ; ' p a r t i c i p a t e in this event and ten . points will be a w a r d e d . L a s t , but | not least, is the t r a d i t i o n a l "flagrush." T h e rules f o r this event have QI A R T E T S E L E C T I O N S A R E | been altered this year, so t h e r e is a E S I' EC I ALLY P L E A SIN G (Continued on P a g e Two)

Mildred Klow as the leader of dents. the meeting g a v e a very e x c e l k n t A week ago last night William talk on " T a k e Full Posses-ion." Vander Ven and Willard Westveer She presented some very worthhad charge of tin* c u s t o m a r y f r e s h while ideas on y e t t i n g the most 1 from both our intellectual and men meeting. They brought the [ spiritual worlds at Hope college second topic of the " S p i r i t u a l ; and also from our friendships upon Olympic series under the heading NliW O F F I C E R S ARE TO BE " ( , , l Your Mark." Each one ex, the campus. A very spirited (lis- ' ELECTED : cussion followed and the S o'clock P a s s e d his opinion of a good bei ginning. J o h n Piet, also a freshThe men's and women's glee chimes r a n g too soon to suit everyman, played a piano solo. clubs began their y e a r ' s r e h e a r s a l s one. A recognition service for new Last night Henry Kuizenga led If the serenade presented us dorlast Wednesday under the direction of Mrs, Grace Dudley Fenton of members will be held Tuesday eve- 1i on the subject. The Rule-Book. | mites last week were not " p a r a d i s e • I. , • L'..: . 1 A.\ "... mng. It willII be an impressive Kuizenga expressed the profits de- : anew," Grand Rapids. it was a t least the m o s t with Jul i a r ' v e ( ' from Bible study. diversified p r e s e n t a t i o n t h a t we The women's club has a member- candle light service Walvoord. the V. W. president, in : Next week Tuesday evening at 7 have heard at any time during the ship of "J.") with 1'^ new m e m b e r s . c lal of the f o r m a l recognition o'clock the V. W. and V. M. are past and the c u r r e n t school year. The first sopranos are J e a n H e r - ! ' 1 tua Miss Laura Boyd will be planning a joint m e e t i n g with So noiselessly did the Cosmopoliman, Gertrude Van Peursem, Ruth ' ' '. the speaker for the evening. | Christian Walvoord, s e c r e t a r y of tans convene in the court t h a t no Van Oss, Anne Jackson and Lois A joint meeting of the V W. ; V. M., leading on the topic, "Good Voorheesite was cognizant of a Ketel, all of Holland; Grace HudI V. M. will be held Oct. is. serenade until we were roused f r o m S p o r t m a n s h i p . " Let's all be out! son of Paterson, N. J . ; Edith o Stinchcomb of Farwell, Mich.; and slumber by the Cosmopolitan song o Helen Smith of Montclair, \ . J. immediately followed by the s e r e n e Second sopranos a r e Helena Viss t r a i n s of Love Sends a Gift of Roses," rendered on the violin by scher and Marion Boot of Holland; Dick Keeler and accompanied by Ruth Mulder and Mildred Klow of the versatile Bill Welmers. At t h e S p r i ng Lake; Catherine N e t t i n g a culmination of that " g i f t " so inof Hull, Iowa; Helen Pelon of Mustense was the applause t h a t Keeler kegon, and Marie Verduin of South MISS N E L L A M E Y E R R E T U R N S Holland, III. Rl TH K E P P E L . VIOLIN LSI'; was obliged to give an encore. FROM E U R O P E A F T E R Linden Lindsay followed with the First altos are Mildred KssenJACK BOS. B A R I T O N E . S T U D Y ABROAD humorous declamation, "Kelly's burgh and Virginia Kooiker of HolA R E SOLOISTS Dream." The l a u g h t e r having sufland; Arloa Van Peursem of ZeeFive m e m b e r s of Hope's faculty ficiently subsided, a q u a r t e t comland, and Marion Wray of PlainA very i n t e r e s t i n g and varied spent the past s u m m e r in educa- vesper p r o g r a m was presented on prised of Bob Kruizenga, Eikie well. Second altos are M a r g a r e t Van tional and aesthetically valuable Sunday a f t e r n o o n in Hope Me- Meyer, Carlyle Neckers and Linden Raalte of Holland; Julia W alvoord | ' j u r , s u ' t s ' ^ ' s s ^ 0 8 s ^ e English n u ) , j a | chapel by the Holland Civic Lindsay gave us some b e a u t i f u l shop h a r m o n y with of Williamson, N'. V., and Cornelia a n i ' history d e p a r t m e n t s , attended chorus, Mr. Curtis Snow, o r g a n i s t barber surnm 1 S t r y k e r and Margaret S t r y k e r (,f j ^ ' session at the Univer- a n ( i (|jl t .ctor; Miss Ruth Keppel. " F r a n k i e and J o h n n y Were Lovsit The ever popular " S t e i n Grand Rapids. y Michigan at Ann Arbor, v i ( , i i n i s t ; M l , j a c k B o s i , a i . i l o n e t ers." Song" was then sung by the masThe officers are Miss Van P e u r - w h c r e s h e - s t U ( J i e t l courses in con- and Mrs. C. Snow, accompanist. culine ensemble and all the new scm, president; Miss Kssenburgh,} t e m P o r a r y ( l r a m a w i t h P r o f e s s o r The two organ numbers. '•Chor- members were introduced. With the 1 t r e a s u r e r ; Miss Ketel, ousmess Roe and in the N e a r East under al," by Bos^-i. and " P r i e r e , " by f a r e w e l l song, "Good N i g h t , . Professor Boak, who had j u s t re- Boellman. achieved their purpose Ladies," we were sent back " t o (Continued on P a g e T h r e e ) turned f r o m an archeological expe- in pervading the audience with a sleep and perchance to d r e a m . " jdition in E g y p t . spirit of worship. The b e a u t i f u l Miss Meyer of the French de- "O Lord, Most Holy." by Cesar | p a r t m e n t spent her s u m m e r in Franck, s u n g by Mr. Bos, which Europe on the continent, dividing followed the first group, p o r t r a y e d 1 her time between Paris, Mondsee. the g r e a t depth of religious feeland Budapest. The A u s t r i a n Coning that c h a r a c t e r i z e s F r a n c k . s e r v a t o r y of Music is located at ,, The civic chorus then s a n g one S U G G E S T I O N S A R E GLADLY Mondsee; here Miss Meyer f o u n d , o f l h , l o v | i e s t ( , h o r u s e s f , , o n l H a n . R E C E I V E D BY S T U D E N T m a n y acquaintances and f r i e n d s | M e s . s i a h - ' - B e h o l d , the L a m b MRS. DE P R E E IS H O S T E S S BODY who were also devotees of music. of God." Next came " L a r g o ' f r o m Miss Magdalene De Free, college In Budapest Miss Meyer studied During a few minutes of one piano intensively, and attended the New World Symphony, by librarian, poured the tea a t an inDvorak, played as a violin solo by chapel period each week President m a n y fine concerts. formal g a t h e r i n g of the KnickerMiss Ruth Keppel. Wichers is a t t e m p t i n g to give Hope bockers with their lady f r i e n d s last Miss Payne, i n s t r u c t o r in E n g The final number by the chorus s t u d e n t s a correct and helpful atti- lish, toured New E n g l a n d this sum Sunday a f t e r n o o n at the Knick was the g r e a t " T h e Heavens Are tude toward their college. In his mer, s t a r t i n g f r o m H a r t f o r d , Con House. A m o n g the g u e s t s were s h o r t speeches, which m i g h t be necticut, with a college room m a t e . Telling, by Haydn. J e a n R o t t s c h a e f e r , Isabell Van The vesper was concluded by the called continuations of the few dis- Miss Payne visited, a m o n g o t h e r Ark, Dorothy Mae Klies, G e r t r u d e , . , . „ . playing of Corelhs "Aelagio" and cussions upon this subject of last places off historical interest, M a r - L^ Holleman, Camilla W a r r e n , Elinor , <• ».o • * . ' I ' h e singing of Saviour, A g a i n to year, he i n t e r p r e t s Hope College, t h a s Vineyard,. 4the Pierrepont, A l m a Cook, M a r j o r i e W h i t e Moun- T h y ] ) c a i N a m e W e R i s e / . i XName w e Kise." The its life and problems. A t w a t e r , Grace Hudson, M a r g a r e t tains, and Salem and Marblehead. . , Rev. Paul E. Hinkamp, college pasTwo weeks ago he talked about Dregman, Adelaide Dethmers, New E n g l a n d beauty a t t r a c t e d 1 f . .. "Hope College a s a small. Chris- a n o t h e r of Hope's f a c u l t y - P r o f e s - 1 w ' , s m e h a l « o f devotions, Ruth B u r k e t t , M a r g a r e t Stryker, 1 ^ " l s p r o g r a m , which w a s of a Evelyn Van Bree, Lois V a n d e r Meutian, liberal a r t s , college." He sor Ritter, who s p e n t some t i m e showed how each of these adjec- visiting in P e n n s y l v a n i a and New different t y p e than our r e g u l a r ves- len, M a r g a r e t Van Leeuwen, CorYork and then attended the Bread- per recitals, was well received. tives applies to Hope College and loaf W r i t e r s ' School a t Breadloaf, Plans are being made f o r similar nelia S t r y k e r , Helena Visscher, (Continued on P a g e T h r e e ) Vermont. p r o g r a m s in the f u t u r e . M y r a Ten Cate, J e a n H e r m a n .

Vanderschoor Will Address Guild Group Prexy Addresses N E W O F F I C E R S W I L L BE Hope Students at CHOSEN Chapel Exercises The first m e e t i n g of the Divinity Guild will be held this a f t e r n o o n at 1:If) o'clock in the basement of Hope Memorial chapel. The president, Jacob Groetsema, will lead the meeting. The speaker will be the Rev. C. Vander Schoor, f o r m e r l y p a s t o r in the state of W a s h i n g t o n . He will give an inspirational talk on " T h e Reformed Church in the Far West." The guild invites all the men on the campus who are p r e p a r i n g f o r the ministry or are interested in other religious work at home to attend the m e e t i n g and join the g r o u p in t h e i r bi-monthly meetings. New officers will be chosen t h i s a f t e r n o o n and f u r t h e r plans made f o r the coming year.

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Cosmos Thrill Dormites With Their Serenade

Five Members of Faculty Report

Holland Chorus Presents Varied Vacation Trips Vesper Program

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T w a s a dreary, rainy, Monday | a f t e r n o o n but the reception room j Voorhees Hall was the scene of much gaiety and cheerful c h a t t e r as soon t h i r t y senior girls g a t h ered at a tea given by Mrs. Durfee. A f t e r tea. delicious cakes and w a f e r s were served, the real business of the m e e t i n g was a t t e n d e d to— the organization of the Senior Girls' association. H e s t e r Pellegrom was elected president, and Edna Helmbold, s e c r e t a r y - t r e a s u r er. The time f o r meeting was discussed and it was decided to follow the usual plan of convening the first Wednesday of the month. Helen Johnson kindly invited S. G. A. to the home of Mrs. C. McLean f o r its f i r s t meeting. The p u r p o s e of this organization is purely social—to s t r e n g t h e n the ties of f r i e n d s h i p between the Senior girls.

Student Volunteer Knicks Hear Message of Entertain Rev. Veenschoten At Informal Tea DISCUSSES CHINESE PROBLEM On F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n , October 7, 0 C 0C , ' ^ ^ S t u d e n t Volunt e w s n i e t in t h e i r room in Hope Memorial chapel. Miss Adelaide Deelsnyder w a s in c h a r g e of devotions. at

T h e s p e a k e r w a s Rev. H . M. Veenschoten, f o r fifteen y e a r s a missionary to China. I n discussing the " E d u c a t i o n of C h i n a , " he said t h a t educational, a s well a s t h e political and o t h e r aspects of oriental life, is being revolutionized by t h e youth of China. The next meeting of the Student Volunteers will be held on Friday afternoon, October 14, a t 4:30 o'clock. All students interested in mission work are urged to attend.


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Which? How can I make the most of my four y e a r s at college? T h e r e are four types of s t u d e n t s in every college to whom this question is applied and t h e four a n s w e r s received a r e very different. It remains for us to pick the type whose plan seems the best and then fit ourselves into t h a t group. F i r s t t h e r e are the study fiends. Their mornings are spent in classes, their a f t e r n o o n s in a secluded corner of the library, their evenings locked in their rooms. T h e fiend must s t u d y continually to get that all A grade. He r u n s from class to class with his nose in a book and if, by chance, you should i n t e r r u p t him by a kindly "Hello," your only reward would l)e a fierce look for making him lose his place. Friends — oh, they are j u s t minor details in this great life. College functions — they a r e nothing more than a w a s t e of time. Do you know our friend, the study fiend? Then, what college is complete without the age-old pleasure seekers, finders and losers? Money, cars, dates, s h o w s — t h e complete curriculum! Oh. of course, classes now and then are necessary, but t h e y are not bad f o r catching up on lost sleep. Resides, it's so easy to pull t h e wool over t h e professors' eyes. This college life isn't so bad a f t e r all! It's strange, isn't it, t h a t a g r e a t percentage of this class doesn't spend f o u r y e a r s at college? T h e r e is no name f o r the third g r o u p of s t u d e n t s but they remind us of an a r t i s t ' s palette with dabs of every color of paint imaginable running t o g e t h e r into an unsightly mixture. These s t u d e n t s have an idea t h a t f o r real success t h e i r college course must have a variety. So they dabble in everyt h i n g f r o m c h e m i s t r y to Greek, f r o m music to athletics! W h a t is the r e s u l t ? A little of everything and not much of anything.

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Snyder of Cobleskill, N. Y.; and | pianists are William Welmers of Kenneth Vande Velde of E m p o r i a Holland and J o h n Piet of Grand Kan.Rapids. Second t e n o r s are H e n r y KuizS. S. C O N V E N T I O N enga of Holland, Linden Lindsay of Schenectady, Melvin Dale of (Continued f r o m P a g e One) Johnstown, N. Y., and Harold and A r t h u r McGilvra of Sioux City, la. said, is spiritual. This can be solved F i r s t basses are J a m e s N e t t i n g a , by Christ and Christ alone. William Vander Ven and Preston A m o n g the others who took p a r t Luidens of Holland; Carlyle Nick- in the m e e t i n g s t h r o u g h o u t the day ers of Clymer, N. Y.; Jacob Groets- were the Rev. A. G. Johnson, Miss ma of Chicago; Russel P a a l m a n of Gertrude Jalving, and Rev. J . R. Grand Rapids; and John Muilen- Mulder of Western Theological berg of South Holland, 111. seminary. A praise sen-ice was Second basses are Robert Kruizenga of F o r t Plain, N. Y.; Eikie given by the male chorus of 125 Meyer of Lverly, la.; Victor Turdo voices under the direction of J . of equannock, N. J., and Carl Vander Sluis. Prof. W. Curtis Snow Zickler of Cleveland. presented several o r g a n numbers. . The president of the men's club George Schuiling of Holland was is Bruce Van Leeuwen, the treas- re-elected president f o r the coming urer is J a m e s Nettinga, and the year.

1. W r i t e only on one side of the page. On T h u r s d a y evening, Sept. 29, 2. Enclose with your reply 15 Much h u m o r a n d deep thinking the Addison Society assembled f o r was revealed in the m e e t i n g two tops f r o m Inveigle B r a n d I n f a n t t h e i r weekly m e e t i n g , u n d e r the weeks ago in t h e f e a t u r e of the N u t r i t i o n cans, 50 used containers guidance of P r e s i d e n t Cotts. A " d o u g h n u t p r o g r a m . " I t included of Chipsie, the Invincible Fish s h o r t a n d peppy p r o g r a m was en- a unique debate, "Resolved, T h a t Food, and a t least one-half a Luck ACT O N E joyed. Directed by M r . J o h n the d o u g h n u t is a r o u n d t h e hole.' ; soap w r a p p e r , with a 400-word disScene: Hope Campus. The crowded E n g l e s m a n a s chorister, and Mr. course w r i t t e n on it of the followN a t u r e in the g a r b of a u t u m n walk between Chapel and Graves Kenneth Hicks as p i a n i s t , the so- was given a c h e e r f u l welcome by i n g s u b j e c t : "How to get rid of Hall. ciety l i f t e d t h e i r voices in some the Aletheans l a s t T h u r s d a y night. halitosis by e a t i n g Killhog.-' ceT i m e : A f t e r Chapel exercises. lively songs. An archive n u m b e r An A l u m n a e Round Robin was reals." F r e s h m a n Girl No. 1 (Glancing -o— w a s well r e n d e r e d by Mr. J . presented in the f o r m of Fallen back shyly over her shoulder at E n g l e s m a n . T h e n , Mr. Gerald H e e r - Leaves. Love Nook Sherwood P r i c e ) : "Did you get s m a , accompanied by M r . Hicks, A pot-luck is planned for this a r t i s t i c a l l y played two violih solos, week and a v e r y i n t e r e s t i n g tri- your G e r m a n ? " We feel t h a t it is o u r obligation, "O Sole M i o " and " T h e World Is a n g u l a r p r o g r a m will be given. F r e s h m a n Girl No. 2: "Of course yea, even our duty to list those W a i t i n g f o r the S u n r i s e . " In connot. Wasn't t h a t Lit a s s i g n m e n t names, which in the business of awful!" clusion, r e m a r k s were h e a r d f r o m love, have gone out of circulation. ""a Delphi visitors. F. G. No. 1: "You know, it's aw- W e believe that if this is done Delphia doings are keeping a live- fully h a r d for me to concentrate much e m b a r r a s s m e n t will be done Fraternal ly p a c e — w h a t with a pot-luck at in Lit. with t h a t cute fellow sitting a w a y with. However, if those menbehind me." Alice W hi t e ' s next F r i d a y ! tioned below desire " a s a f e substiThe r e g u l a r F r a t e r n a l meeting F. G. No. 2: " W h a t cute fellow?" t u t e , " we will add to o u r p l a t f o r m , The theme of the p r o g r a m last of Wednesday, October 5, w a s week was "Books," and the high (Miss P a y n e meets them and smiles a plank, u r g i n g a r e c r u i t i n g office opened with p r a y e r by F r . Damson. light of the evening was a paper pleasantly. They each give her a of t h a t sort. Look over the list f o r F r . J a p p i n g a was a p p o i n t e d choris- by President Mildred Klow, which dark look and E X I T into Graves yourself. t e r . A f t e r the song service F r . depicted the ideals of Delphi's Hall. Louis J a p p i n g a and Martha S8 East 8th St. Scholten r e a d an excellent serious ACT T W O creed. Devotions and songs were Slowinski. J a m e s Moran and Evep a p e r entitled " H o n e s t y . " Scene: L i b r a r y in Graves Hall. lyn Huizenga. J a m e s Tysse and F r . M a n i n g followed with music in c h a r g e of Delphians Meengs and on the piano. F r . Van Leu wen hu- Jackson. Music and h u m o r were T i m e : 9 : 3 7 % A. M. Arloa Van Peursem. E l m e r Nienmorized " S n a k e H i p s . " furnished by Delphian Van Oss ( F . G. No. 2 e n t e r s l i b r a r y and huis and Alice White. Roger De" L i f e of B e n j a m i n F r a n k l i n " was F r . B o n n e t t e ' s contribution to th«' and Ver Hey. A f t e r Delphian Ruth drops three books while closing P r e e and J e a n H e r m a n . Goudan Mulder's book report came the door. Leon D e Y o u n g rushes to pick A l e x a n d e r and Millie Klow. Some program. T h e m e e t i n g was closed with the grand finale—a t r e a t by Ruth them up. Goes and sits next to new romances seem to be developnew F r a t e r song. Wiedner. Guess w h a t ! F. G. No. 1 ( S p e a k s ) : " W h a t cute ing into this "non-circulation NEXT WEEK'S MEETING f e l l o w ? " s t a g e . " Andrew D a l m a n and Lil1. Scientific P a p e r — F r . S t e w a r t Dorian lian Mulder. Donald Albers and 2. H u m o r — F r . Nykerk. F. G. No. 1: " J o h n Vandermeu3. M u s i c — F r . Muilenburg. Agnes Van Oostenbrugge, Soph. len. ( T a k e s sheet of paper, write.-( S h a w ' s b u r n i n g h e a r t h welcomed 4. Serious P a p e r — F r . G. RottH a r v e y Scholten and Agnes Van " H i s t o r y " on i t ) . schafer. a jolly group of Dorians F r i d a y F. G. No. 2; "Oh, is he in your Oostenbrugge, J u n i o r . evening. A f t e r the exchange of We realize that o u r list is f a r Lit. class?" Knickerbocker g r e e t i n g s the girls hiked along the f r o m complete. However, we wish F. G. No. 1: " H e a v e n s no. Say, lake a n d came back to enjoy a to save some for the next bi"Mussolini, good or b a d ? " w a s which c r u s a d e was led by Charlethe title of Idle p a p e r read by J o h n h e a r t ) pot-luck. monthly report of this organization. A Columbus p r o g r a m was well m a g n e ? " Keene a t t h e m e e t i n g of t h e KnickIt is with the most pronounced conKilt F. G. No. 2: "I think I'll go in} erbocker Society held on T h u r s d a y , carried out in paper, song and play; fidence that we adopt as our motto, October 6, a t 7:30 o'clock. T h e ac- let. V a r i o u s diversions were enjoy- t h a t little cubby hole r e a d i n g room " O u r business is also g r o w i n g . " claim with which this p a p e r , recomto study. Did you see t h a t tall mended f o r t h e archives by the crit- ed in until the wee hours of mornThe only r e q u i r e m e n t is t h a t there ics, was received by the society was ing beckoned the girls to their blond who j u s t went in? His name's 1 m u s t be at least two m o n t h s of Van Z a n t e n ! ! ! " equaled only by the e n t h u s i a s m slumber beds. r e g u l a r investment. All t h e i r stock which g r e e t e d t h e rendition of the Next week T h u r s d a y Dorian anF. G. No. 1 ( W r i t i n g , think.-j president's i n a u g u r a l , by Harold ticipates e n t e r t a i n i n g all of Hope's a l o u d ) : " C h a r l e m a g n e V a n d e r m e u - l must be invested in one p a r t y . This Will find real Christian Fellowship in the De Windt. stock may be either common or new girls at a reception in Voor- len." C u r r e n t e v e n t s were considered p r e f e r r e d , p r e f e r a b l y p r e f e r r e d . As CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ACT T H R E E | by William H e y n s , music w a s pro- hees Hall. soon as borrowing and lending bevided by J o h n H. V a n d e r M e u l e n a t Scene: Walk between G r a v e s and — o f — gin, success is almost a s s u r e d of. the piano a n d P e t e r Boter f u r n i s h Sibylline Van R a a l t e Halls. ed the h u m o r . H e r b e r t M a r s e i l j e G r e a t e r interest then follows. The : T i m e : Beginning of third period. THIRD CHURCH served as critic of critics. On T h u r s d a y evening, Septem( F . G. No.'s 1 and 2, w a l k i n g one g r e a t privilege is t h a t members i As p l a n n e d f o r this week, the ber 29th, the Sibs held a delicious a r m in a r m , smile at J a y Busch can sell t h e i r stock a t any time i first pledge p r o g r a m will consist of Sunday Evening 6:30 Cor. Pine and 12th a serious n u m b e r by Roy C h a t t e r s , pot-luck d i n n e r a t the home of Es- and Henry Van Dyke respectively). with profit, if possible. Dividends] —IIWillMH h u m o r by H e r m a n V a n A r k , music telle K a r s t e n , a f t e r which a clever F. G. No. 1: "Who w a s t h a t fellow pay very well. by Austin K r o n e m e y e r , and c u r r e n t p r o g r a m on A u t u m n was presented. In conclusion, we heartily give i you spoke to as we came down the events by C a r l Zickler. Last week the Sibs proceeded im- s t e p s ? " our s y m p a t h y to those who believe | mediately to the p r o g r a m a f t e r the F. G. No. 2: " D o n ' t you know in investing t h e i r stock in more | luunu! business meeting to learn w h a t the J o h n Vandermeulen when you see t h a n one p a r t y . committee had " u p its sleeve." A him?" Phone 2465 This column next t i m e will dehumorous p a p e r on " T a c k s , " preF. G. No. 1: "Of course. But fend those who believe in keeping On Display at I B O T E J I C f e i sented by Lucy R a d e r w a s followed t h a t wasn't J o h n V a n d e r m e u l e n . " love in circulation. by two vocal solos by Lois Ketel. o F. G. No. 2: " I t certainly was. S t e p in a n d get o n e to wear at t h e next g a m e . The t r e a t of the evening w a s a He's in my history class." PREXY ADDRESSES ''The House of Service" story, " A s h e s , " most delightfully H O P E S T U D E N T S AT F. G. No. 1: " T h a t couldn't have Cleaning & Steam Pressing read by Mrs. R i t t e r . An inspira- been John Vandermeulen. I guess CHAPEL EXERCISES tional p a p e r , " L a d y 1932," by Alice I know J o h n Vandermeulen. That (Continued from P a g e One) Clark w a s followed by a clever surely w a s n ' t he." skit, "A T r a g i c D r a m a , " which F. G. No. 2 : " I f t h a t fellow isn't cited the a d v a n t a g e s of being able mmmmmmmam Alice Clark had w r i t t e n . J o h n V a n d e r m e u l e n , I'm not . . ." to come under such a classification. College A v e & 6 t h , H o l l a n d ( N a m e omitted, since it might It is his desire t h a t as soon as Sorosis inilWIIIIIIIimiMMIIIIlMMMMiillliiiiM IIII cause e m b a r r a s s m e n t ) . EEnHnEsameMwewE Hope's enrollment shall reach the F. G. No. 1: "Well, you're disil- five hundred m a r k , selection of stuThe Sorosis meeting of T h u r s d a y , :EnEE;;;;;a!HH:uvniH£ lusioned. You're crazy. (Looks d e n t s shall begin. the 6th, proved most e n t e r t a i n i n g . worriedly and hurriedly at G e r m a n Last week Dr. Wichers' topic was "Intellectual Olympics," consisted t r a n s l a t i o n ) . Say, w h a t ' s the Ger- " T h e Courage to P a y the Price." | of very worth while presentations. 10 East 8th St. man word f o r 'yes?' " He said that not only do s t u d e n t s | Sorosite Kooiken led devotions. The F. G. No. 2 : " I think it's yea or have to pay the price financially Ph. 2212 188A River Ave. first n u m b e r w a s a p a p e r dealing O u r B u s i n e s s is K O D A K F I N I S H I N G and w e k n o w o u r oi or s om e t hi ng like t h a t . B u t that but also in hard work and in char- I with Greek D r a m a and especially job. S p e c i a l S e r v i c e T w i c e a D a y . W o r k left before 1 0 a. m . is certainly w a s John Vandermeulen. acter. " O r e s t i a , " by Aeschylus. Sorosites ready at 5 p . m . sharp. W o r k left during t h e balance of the d a y is Why, I'm s u r p r i s e d at you for H e r m a n and J o h n s o n continued ready before you go to classes the next day. G L E E C L U B R A N K S t h i n k i n g a n y differently." the d r a m a t i c theme with " T h e ARE F I L L E D W I T H F. G. No. 1: "Well, I don't unKODAKS GIFTS Greeks H a d a Word f o r It." The NEW MEMBERS d e r s t a n d how you could be so misI h e Place w e r e y o u meet Y o u r last n u m b e r was a review of taken. Do you know Gerald BoniiuHHHIHHHl (Continued from P a g e One) Friends'' " M o u r n i n g Becomes E l e c t r a , " by nette, and isn't he d a - r l i n g ? " E u g e n e O'Neil, pr e s e nt e d by Soro(CURTAIN). m a n a g e r ; and Miss J e a n Bosman, site Winslow. of Holland, pianist. THE END T o m o r r o w ' s m e e t i n g will be enWith 10 new m e m b e r s the men's W H O can solve this t h r i l l i n g club totals 24. 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HOPE- COLLEGE A N C H O R

Second Gaait of Conference Ends in a Tie

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CONFERENCE STANDING hull Hcpa rr.«d3 nine nt-st dcr-vns touchdown in the first h a l t ^ f t e n he while Albion was coiiecting but W L T Pet. Teams intercepted a pass and ran t h i r t y four. Eight of Hope's first downs .0 0 2 .000 Hope y a r d s before being downed. were secured in the second half. .0 0 1 .000 Albion Lineups and s u m m a r y : The game ended with Hope try0 0 1 .000 Kazoo H O P E (0) KAZOO (0) ing vainly to toss a completed for0 0 0 .000 Carlton ODDS ' IN L. E. FAVOR OF T H E Hillsdale L O C A L S F O R C E D TO F I G H T ward pass, the ball being on Al- D E F E N S I V E P L A Y BY BOTH Damson Alma 0 0 0 .000 Finlay L. T. Zwemer T E A M S S T A N D S OUT ORANGE AND BLUE bion's fifteen-yard line when the UPHILL BATTLE .... Inglis L,G. Klomparens g a m e ended. Kelly ...C Slagh ; Neither Team Is Ablp to Work Friday a f t e r n o o n Hope will jourEach t e a m m a d e but one first Within ScorinR Distance When De Pue R. G. F r e e m a n Ball to Ten-Yard Stripe iiinimiiiim|ii|iinnii|i|inflii:|||qii|pin;ii|ii;iiii!i:|iiiminiijii;ii||iiiniv'"m"iiriiliij down during t h e first half. W a t t s ' Final Whistle Blows K ress ney to Grand Rapids where they R. T. Norlin Here run through the entire Hope team W a r n e r will meet J u n i o r College. All indiR. E. Korstanje Last F r i d a y night Ho|h' jour- gave Albion t h e i r score. His atKriekard Q Van Zanden cations point toward victory f o r The opening g a m e of the M. I. t e m p t to kick e x t r a point was wide neyed to Albion to play its first .. Pursell our t e a m . Last S a t u r d a y J u n i o r R.H. Te Roller A. A. conference between Hope and It's s m a r t to b u y g o o d s h o e s n i g h t g a m e of the year. The game of the goal-posts. T h o m a s College w a s defeated by ManL. H. Kazoo ended in a scoreless tie. The J a p i n g a a n d t h e n k e e p 'em r e p a i r e d . With " L o u i e " J a p i n g a and " T e e d " ended in a 6-6 tie. This is the, secNeifert chester of Ohio 21-0. Kazoo ColF. entire g a m e w a s marked with fine Seek a nip ond tie g a m e t h a t Uope h a s played Van Zanden c a r r y i n g the ball in defensive play by both teams. The O p p P. O . lege defeated M a n c h e s t e r 18-G and 230 R i v e r in the conference t h u s f a r this sea- the second h a l f , Hope rapidly ad- Hornet f o r w a r d wall, the pride of Hope held Kazoo to a scoreless tie i(iniiiniiiiiv.iuMNi:!iiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinuiiinioiiiiiiHinffluJsmuiniiiiiiiiiii jiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii:niiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiHuinnnuu.r::;;::::;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiniiinini son. The t e a m s were evenly vanced the ball into Albion terri- the Celery City followers, was Football is a queer g a m e and matched, Albion scoring in the sec- tory. Finally, with the ball on the matched by Hope's lighter hut scores a r e m a n y times quite deyard line, Bonnette ond q u a r t e r while Hope retaliated t h i r t y - t w o more aggressive linermn. ceiving. The Dutchmen a r e out to dropped back and t h r e w a fortyby scoring in the third q u a r t e r . Neither team got within the tengain t h e i r first victory of the year The Dutchmen were forced to yard pass to K o r s t a n j e for Hope's yard stripe d u r i n g the game. Kaand also J u n i o r is anxious to break Cor. Collece and 8th St. fight an uphill battle to gain an only score. J a p i n g a ' s t r y to place zoo worked the ball to Hope's into the winning column. With even break. " T e d " W a t t s , one of kick for the e x t r a point was eleven-yard line as the final gun both t e a m s anxious for a victory, a [ N e x t to P e t e r s o n ' s D o u b l e D i p ] the o u t s t a n d i n g men in the con- blocked. sounded, ending the game. This h a r d - f o u g h t g a m e is expected. The showing of " T e e d " Van Zanference, raced forty-five y a r d s for was the g r e a t e s t offensive t h r e a t Albion's score in the second quar- den added punch to our backfield. by either team d u r i n g the f r a y . ; : ffiHiHiHSHr A TU i ii i fiuSnrtHiittHHH: ter. T h e Dutchmen's only score " T e e d " carried the ball on numerHope had a decided a d v a n t a g e 198 R i v e r A v e . came on a f o r t y - y a r d pass from ous occasions and gained ground in the third period and threatened Laundry Cases $1.65 consistently. " L o u i e " J a p i n g a play- to score no less than three times. Bonnette to " D o u g h " K o r s t a n j e . ALL H A I R C U T S 25c Refills .25 Hope was clearly superior to ed " h e a d s - u p " football. The entire The first break came shortly a f t e r Hope line played a nice defensive the intermission when Bonnette re- uuiiiniiHiuniHuniniiiiiiiniiNiniiiuuiiuiiuiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii' A $6.50 desk l a m p this week only 4.95 game. Nelson, H u g h e s and W a t t s covered a fumble on the H o r n e t s ' played well f o r Albion in the back- 33-yard line, but the Hingamen field while Schroeder and Hogan i lost the ball on downs on the 18THOSE GOOD showed up well in the line. 1 yard m a r k e r . In the last period Lineups and s u m m a r y : Hope gained the ball in midfield on all o r d e r s over $2 00. and a 15-yard penalty a g a i n s t the H O P E (6) A L B I O N (G) H o t n e t s brought the oval to the Damson L. E. Shellag 35-yard line, but the Kazoo defense Zwemer L. T. Moore tightened and t h w a r t e d all Hope's Klomparens L. 0 . Ferguson 13 East 8 t h St. 3 for $5.00 a t t e m p t s to score. Slagh C. Hogan Kazoo was well informed of and S e n d one h o m e to the Folks. J. Wiegerink R.G. Matthews Hope's passes f o r the Dutchmen Norlin R. T. Schroeder Winslow Studio, 52 E. 8th St. JOHNSTON'S completed only f o u r passes in 15 uiiiuiWiiiii!iiiiiii:iuuiiiiiiiiti:i;iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiin:iininn!inu:iiniiuiuuinauiaiiBa Korstanje R. E. Morgan a t t e m p t s for a total of twentyNettinga Q Nelson three gained. The Hornets gained Japinga L. H. Hughes f o r t y y a r d s on t h e i r aerial game, Van Zanden R. H. Watts completing three out of ten atBy Buying a M e a l T i c k e t Bonnette F. Pastor - A t tempts. S u b s t i t u t i o n s — Hope: Meengs "Louie" J a p i n g a was the main for Damson, Damson f o r Kor- cog in the Hope r u n n i n g attack s t a n j e , Te Roller for Van Zanden, while " J i m " Z w e m e r and " V e r n " 72 E 8th st. Van Zanden f o r Te Roller, Slighter Klomparens stood out in line play. 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