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Hope College, Holland, Michigan, October 23, 1929

CRIPPLED SCHOUTEN TEAM LOSES TO FAST ALMA T0TERS~19-0 Men Sit On Bench ( i l ' S S l N , ALMA, S T A R S umping to first place in t h e M.I.A.A. football standings Friday afternoon, Alma downed Hope College by a 10-0 count. F o r the first time xTihis s e a-s o n Alma / T w a s able to have its • S ^ / X j / f u l l strength on the *£? f y / ' field, and the cripW . ^_^t»pled representatives ^•r 1 ^ of o u r institution were no match for them. For gameness and fight, however, the Hope men stood out in the contest. Had it not been for two quick touchdowns in the first five minutes. Alma would have had a hard task in d e f e a t i n g the Schouten men. Hope was not in the best of shape for the f r a y . Captain Boo Cook, a power second to none in the Association, was on the sidelines with an injured ankle, while Becker was unable to play because of h u r t s obtained in scrimmage. Ron Fox and Tom Beaver were unable to play yet and Louie Scudder went into the g a m e with a bad side. But to offset these handicaps the Hope team worked hard and faithfully, in fact, playing one of the best games of team play that has ever been witnessed. Offensive tactics were of no avail, so Hope fought bitterly on defense. Alma scored two touchdowns in the opening minutes of play through spectacular work. Gussin, one of the best backs in collegiate football in Michigan, scored the first on a quarterback sneak a f t e r the ball had been advanced near the Hope goal. Enekson followed with a second shortly a f t e r the (Continued on page f o u r )

Have You Heard HARDING BLAMED Now that Sinclair has been properly confined for his part in the oil scandals the Senate is trying to put the fault for Fall's p a r t in the f r a c a s on the late President Harding. Fall has declined to testify in his own behalf and what is regarded as the strongest case ever put against any member of the oil scandal litigation will go to the j u r y late Tuesday or early the next day. BANK M I N I S GOLD The outlines for an international bank stand out very clearly as the project is broached by enthusiasts of the Young reparations plan. The World Hank will be operated as a clearing house between central national banks. With the functions clearly defined the m a t t e r of location is put before the instigators of the plan. This is only secondary because there will be no gold in the vaults. It will rather be a registry station for all currency.

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FOOTBALL SCHKDULK Oct. 26—Olivet—there. Nov. 1 — Alma here.

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Nov. 2—Kalamazoo—there. Nov. 10—Albion—here.

Lyceum Ticket Sellers Rate Commission OODEMOOL S E L L S MOST; HONDELINK N E X T This year the lyceuin course that is being sponsored by the college has been a success as for as financial conditions a r e concerned. This has been brought about, mainly, through the work of the students themselves. In order to arouse interest in the sale of tickets, a commission is given to the student who sells the greatest number of them. According to the final report given by the business manager. Bob Mc Gilver, Arthur Oudemod was the star salesman. His sales amounted to $198.20. Polly llondelink took second place, with sales amounting to $110.20. Anne Koeman and Lois DeWolf took third and fourth, respectively. Many others participated in the sale of the tickets and much credit is due them for their work.

T-R-E-M-B-L-E Law-Breakers

CHAPEL PEWS AND SERVICES

The appointed time was near at hand. Zero hour was slowly approaching. The f a t e of several mortals would soon be known. Into a large room, people of various stations in life came from f a r and near. Anxious whisperings and fearful accusations filled the auditorium with an ominous hum. Expectant and repeated glances were cast toward the door. Here and there serious appearing persons slowly paced up and down the crowded aisles, apparently lost in deep and momentous problems. A few important looking individuals were employed in showing new arrivals to their seats, when suddenly a deathlike silence fell upon the entire assemblage. All eyes were focused upon the rear entrance. There, serious of mien and black of garb, stood the "Committee of Inquisition." With slow and measured steps they approached the platform, now they were on tin* dai>, ah. at last all were seated. Intense excitement and feeling was noticed in the air, the great moment had arrived . . . . Outside, the moon looked down with smiling countenance, the s t a r s twinkled in their merriment, another Freshman trail had just begun.

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ALL YE HORN BLOWERS, AHOY Homecoming Soon and No Hope Band

Who ever heard of a college without a band? You may hear just such news at Hope, unless something is done very soon. Interest is at such a low ebb that as yet a Hope Band has not been organized. With the advent of Home Q u n i n g Day, when many More Than Sixty Voices alumni will be present for that Chosen To Sing football game, we should muster every person on the campus who plays a band instrument, even the SEE BULLETIN BOARD LIST feminine talent. The final tryoufs for membership in the Chapel Choir were held last Wednesday evening in the basePre M e d i c C l u h ment of the new chapel. Some H o l d s Meeting seventy-five students reported, and Professor Snow says that with a The Pre-Medic Club held its very few exceptions ail will be first meeting of the year, October taken in. Much fine material was found among the new and untried lo. in the Addison Hall. The numsingers. The complete choir will bers given were; "The Discovery consist of sixty persons, besides and Uses of Insulin" by Sydney several who are to take special Heeersma, and "Life of Leeuwenparts, and who will be picked out hook" by Purcee Arendson, each later. A list of those who have of which was followed by a helpful, "made" the Choir has been pasted interesting and informing discusson one of the bulletin boards. Look ion. Much enthusiasm was shown it over, and see for yourself what for the prospects of the year; the an excellent Choir will soon grace cluh planning among other activities to make, in the near future, a our Chapel exercises. visit to some Grand Rapids hospiWM. AUSTIN REQUESTS T H A T tal. The next regular meeting will be ALL HOPE HOSTEL P L E D G E S held October 29, to which all upper BE PAID AS SOON AS classmen interested in medicine are POSSIBLE. invited to attend.

CHAPEL CHOIR IS ORGANIZED

Number 6-25

TAG DRIVE SELLS 130 TICKETS TO OUR STUDENT BODY OF 450

Future in Present Terms

Frosh Proposes

"OAKEN GOTHICS" Thence we enter the chapel proper and view the oaken benches of 14th Century Gothic design. W h a t lovely benches, we exclaim, and at once seat ourselves to " t r y " them. Very fine is the criticism given by the visitor, so we go on to enumerate the facts pertaining to these chapel seats. Every day we sit in the same row, same seat. Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman and Prep, student. How we wish to change our seats sometimes! The same seats, same faces and names may seem tiresome to us at times, but on the other hand, who would care to sit in a pew all by himself? Not a one of us! We all listen to the exercises— sometimes, if we but realized that everything said from the platform has interest for us all, there would be fewer " P e w Gossip Societies" and "Study rows." It is truly stated, " W h a t I have interest in occurs to me." It could have been written, " W h a t I have interest in I pay attention to." We are all interested in what goes on here, or we would be seeking the life-light elsewhere. While we are here, let us get the most out of chapel and its pews, by listening intently to all t h a t is said. Those words are as golden coins. Will you let them slip through your hands, or will you g a t h e r them to you, to be used wisely in a f t e r days, when the cold world is facing you ? Will your memories be with regret that you sat with ears closed, or will your memories be as beautiful as the sun pouring in through the multi-colored stained glass windows? Folks, the proposition is well worth considering! Will you sit in the oaken pews for nothing, wasting precious moments, or will pvery minute, in good fellowship with those about you, be brimming full of those things which make life really worth living? The situalion rests in your own hands. Will you be wise? "More power to you!"

A bashful Freshman sauntered, oh, so slowly up the north walk to Van Raalte between the second and third hours Wednesday. As he walked, he anxiously scanned the face of every girl he met, hoping to find a kindly look or encouraging glance somewhere. A group awaited him on the steps, evidently expecting something to happen. And it did. Meeting no one of kindly appearance on the way, he singled out a girl from the group on the steps, went down on his knees, and began to propose, but the girl turned and fled. Two others did likewise as they encountered his searching gaze. Finally he cornered one and went through with his proposal of marriage. It was hardly audible, however, so he was asked to repeat. He did, amid much laughter and satiric comment. He arose with a distinct look of relief on his face, and rushed into the building without waiting* for his answer. Perhaps he was a f r a i d she would say " Y e s ! " And so ended one of Boone's initiation duties.

LAB GASES ARE THING OF PAST Strong Suction Ventilators Prove Big: Help NO MORE ASPHIXIATION

This Year to Clear Books EQUIPMENT NECESSARY

Alumni Letters Prove Almost Futile There has been much talk this past week r e g a r d i n g Hope's Athletic situation and especially the sale of the Athletic tickets. Last Thursday and Friday the Athletic Association put on a special sales campaign but it seemed of little avail. Out of the 45 students and faculty members 130 tickets were sold, or less than 25% of the total enrollment. Never before have the students shown such a lack of interest in our Athletics. J u s t what is the trouble? The Athletic Association has reorganized this year. It was formerly composed of a student Athletic Board and the Athletic Board of Control. This year the Athletic Board of Control is composed of two faculty members, two alumni, two students and the president of the A.D.D. They are working quietly but are p u t t i n g forth every effort to square the old debts and to get a "clean slate." The present outstanding debt is $1200 and the Association will need $.'100 more to complete the football schedule. Some basketball equipment must be purchased; we need some tennis nets for the new courts, and the baseball supplies a r e also very low. The total amount of athletic supplies t h a t must be purchased this year in these sports will be approximately $700. In order to s t a r t with a clean s h e e t next Fall the Association m u s t have $2000 from the student sales of Athletic tickets. Most everybody knows that the Association has economized wherever it was possible. Buses were hired as cheaply as possible; meals have been reduced to the unreasonable price of fifty cents per plate. Instead of new football equipment, (Continued on p a g e four)

No longer need poor chemistry students f a i n t away, cough, sneeze or cry from laboratory gases. To obliterate these evils, a strong ventilation system has fTeefi bought and is now being installed. The system consists of a motor and a large fan in the attic of Van Raalte Hall. This will be connected to a switch in Dr. Van Zyl's office and will be used to good advantage. It is reported that one of the workHOME VOLUNTEERS men, while working before one of HEAR REV. MULDER the vents, had his cigarette drawn At the last weekly meeting of out of his mouth and up the pipe. o the Home Volunteer Group, a fine uplifting address was given by Professor John R. Mulder of the Seminary. His subject was "LookProfessor Winter was discussing ing Forword," and in a short, in- S p a r t a n education with his inlucaspirational talk, he proved that the tion class. In his talk he menpresent outlook on the life of Chris- tioned that all records in old Spartion service is very encouraging. tan history show that there were Judge Wade Will Hold Court The attendance at this meeting was no divorces. "No wonder," chimed One Week Hence unusually good, the Freshmen be- in a Junior, " t h e Spartan men ing especially well represented. were trained for endurance." o ONLY GUILTY J a p a n e s e don't care for dogs as CONVICTED house pets, but we can't see this as making a good dog so mad.

Endurance Is Right

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TRIAL PUT OFF UNTIL OCT. 30TH

Hailitf, Ver H e y ; Prosecuting Attorneys, Marcus and Leenhouts

Nice weather lately, eh w h a t ? The tennis f a n s have been taking advantage of the good weather to make use of the new courts.

FOOD PRICES I N C R E A S E

Listerine went up twenty points since the F r a t e r initiation.

The Bureau of Labor has stated that retail food prices for the month ending September 15 were one and one-third per cent higher than in the previous month. During the month 32 of the 52

Almost every day you'll find a few ambitious Seniors in the library, t r y i n g to get their Education reading done early. The Senior Girls' Association has been organized. J a n e t Yonker is president, and Gertrude Leusenkamp is secretary-treasurer.

reporting cities showed increase in the average cost of food over the previous period. COLLEGE TO HONOR KNOX

P a r t of the Cosmopolitan society took a d v a n t a g e of the full moon and gave some of the Dorm girls a serenade.

Washington's right hand man in the Revolution, Maj. Gen. Knox, will be honored this Friday and S a t u r d a y at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. Many Knox Alumni from Chicago and the Northwest are expected back to celebrate the man for whom the college is named. LIGHT'S GOLDEN J U B I L E E Every continent is celebrating the birth of light this week. Last Monday night a radio program was given over a nation-wide hook-up honoring Thomas A. Edison, the creator of man's most beneficial invtmtion, the electric light bulb. All through the week entertainments are being given and towns are being brightly lit to celebrate fittingly such a gre a t event.

$2200 Needed

We hope t h a t by this time everyone has bought an Athletic ticket. Notice to F r o s h ! The Senior committee of justice has adopted as its motto: Sure and speedy justice to all criminals. Confessions of conscience—stricken yearlings will be accepted a n y time by the aforesaid committee. Maurice Marcus is trying to grow a mustache. We wish Mr. Marcus success in his attempt.

Father of the Incandescent Lamp

Anna DeYoung says she can vote now. Evidently she had a birthday last week.

The Freshman Trial has been postponed until Wednesday, October 30, because the Freshmen are busily engaged writing their sixweeks test these last few days. It is best for their college career if they complete as much of their work outside of their prison walls before they receive their sentences. Many reports have come in and the trial promises to be interesting as well as precarious f o r the Freshman. The culprits are to be brought up before the J u d g e Don Wade anil sworn in by the bailiff, Stan Verhey. As prosecuting a t t o r n e y s for the Student Body, M. Marcus and M. Leenhouts will prove their abilities as lawyers. The Freshmen m u s t procure their own lawyers to represent them f r o m the Junior and Senior classes. This year a very conscientious j u r y has been chosen which will try to administer a s much justice a s possible. In the years past alm o s t every one received a heavy sentence, but this year holds b r i g h t e r hopes f o r the Frosh. Their lawyers have only to put up a good defense and the chances of winning their cases will be very promising. Sophomores will have time to hand in names to the Senior Committee of Justice until the Thursday preceding t h e trial. So there is still time to report the culprits who persist in breaking the rules and regulations which a r e enforced f o r their own good.


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The Dormitory Prognosticator

THE ANCHOR THE ANCHOR STAFF

Have you ever tried f o r e c a s t i n g the f u t u r e f o r someone chiefly by what you know of t h e i r c h a r a c t e r ? The w a i t r e s s e s in t h e dorm discussed all such s u b j e c t s a s : W h a t is love? How can you tell your in love? Will I make a good m i n i s t e r ' s

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'she is! Buren, Cloverack, New York. " H e n r i e t t a " — C r a z y about the liN o r r i s Van Duren, '29, u n d e r b r a r i a n idea but resented being went an operation in Biodgett Hosi., . i:l »• .. . 1 . J.... pita I l a s t T u e s d a y . classed a s a " t y p i A l l i b r a r i a n . " " L i n " — L a u g h i n g l y listens to the Salvation Army proposition but seriously contemplates becoming a nurse and doing social service work a m o n g the poor. about 3 a.m." Like a Gothic chapel of old w a s Mother,f (Kail. dean, UUCVUlf doctor, iiui n u r s e — i s ,vit AlOlner ^ ^ . fc-nntn in " F a t h e r , " asked A r t h u r , W h a t a l i y w o n d e r , then, t h a t the d o r m i t e s nl„llt Memorial Chapel Tuesday n i g h t . part of speech is w o m a n ? in a jr C t such quick s n a p p y service? One slender t a p e r on the low table g r a m m a r lesson. in f r o n t of the room and the t i n y •Woman, my boy, is not a p a r t candles in the window spaces a b o u t of speech, she is all of it." tossed long flickering s l a n t s of W h a t was t h a t I heard you s a y ? light a c r o s s t h e g r o u p of girls a s "Hope never has a winning t e a m ? " sembled f o r t h e dedication of t h e i r I wouldn't knock m y team like t h a t , new room. In t h e distance sounded You say its not knocking when you t h e impressive t o n e s of " T h e S o n g just s t a t e plain f a c t s ? But t h a t of God Goes F o r t h to W a r , " a s t h e isn't f a c t . Prove it if you can. How new girls, each bearing a candle, about t h a t Alma g a m e . We lost, entered the room. yes,but it w a s n ' t half bad, I'd say Bernadine S i e h u s led t h e meetwith f o u r men out, and some who ing, and a f t e r she had read t h e • 4U u* * 4U nlaved n r e t t v well " d a m a g e d " be- national Y. W. C. A. s c r i p t u r e les4i ently never give a t h o u g h t to t h e v , " ^ r* * , . , 1 . .. . . . . • iroinir in. And did you see son, t h e soft t o n e s of " L i g h t of t h e 1fore 0,1 physical relaxation t h a t dancing «• • a a t u * .i , 4 j t u them nlav Detro t City? N o ? Oh, W o r l d " guided t h e f r e s h m e n to t h e would rprovide for s t u d e n t s who a r e m i n i pia> i eir > . . / u *1 r* - . . S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n s , f r o n t of the room where they lit W O ri; r candles f r o m the l a r g e ceiit a p e r . Preceding the dedication

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Capt. ( s h a r p l y ) : " B u t t o n up t h a t cuat." Married recruit ( a b s e n t l v ) : "Yes, dear,"0 " W h a t is your h u s b a n d ' s income?" "I don't know for sure, but it's

ful postlude to the realization t h a t tickets t o i tne 1 ^ ^ h u m a n mind to conceive." course may be purchased for as nominal a sum as ?1.60 Voice f r o m audience: "Did you Perhaps it is a good thing for more than one reason that w e all now have assigned seats, for if w e w e r e i e f t t o our reasoning powers alone to judge just how beneficial the final effect of certain morning services has been to us, well . . . . While we realize that to a large extent some such things cannot be helped, and that lack of co-operation in one integral part sometimes spoils the harmony of the whole in spite of the efforts of the other parts; yet is seems a shame that the charm of a thing potentially so beautiful must be so often

in N. Y. A f t e r c o m p a r i n g notes with the persons themselves we find t h a t : " S u e " would like to join clubs and d i r e c t a choir and have children w i t h red hair. " B e r n i e " would be willing to t a k e H i m a l o n g with h e r t o A f r i c a (now we wonder who she m e a n s ) . " K a y " — W i l d to teach m a t h but w a s n ' t sure about being Dean of Women. Heaven help the g i r l s if

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hat h t0 T h p r t h o u g h t s on s u c h small "bores." f T n " H. " ' Z Athletics. Oh no? Well then, why l a l i o e i t n o u g n i s on s u c n b i n a n c h a r a c t e r deserve. —W. D. Hyde, read of the gowl times t h a t college iiAt« T h e a v e r a g e F r e s h m a n i s u s u a l l y c o g n i z a n t t h a t h e i s in a s t r u c k me a s being papers tell of as 1 look 'em over ^ exy T h e above a t e a m to work without

secrate its b e a u t i f u l new room " t o T r u t h to the o r o w i n a Wnnwlwli^ of Go^ t h r o u K h p r a y e r u m l s t u d y .

new environment. There are a new set of traditions to which very

to the B e a u t y

he must adjust himself, to illustrate: "Back home in Skedunk, a berth on the varsity football team may have been a pearl of great price. It set one off from the oi polloi, as well as adding a certain amount of social prestige, that one could readily capitalize. Perhaps it was always a pleasure to meet friends and answer their regards and queries

true.

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be

like to support it but you h a v e n ' t the m o n e y ? Say, didn't 1 see you the show the other n i g h t ? — at and the i g h t ?• If ttllli lllc other UWICI nIHgllW *1 you w e n t c t 0 a n o t h e r school, your five dollars o r e yet, would be added to or m

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majority

jgan a s r e g a r d s F r e s h m a n rules a n ( j r e g u U t i o n s . The a t t i t u d e s e e m s to be t h a t f r o s h should not u n d e r g o ttilt h e rigors initiation to llgl/ia of *'« ••..WIMV.V... vv, college u*- t*.ih a *t have been u—- t h e good old life rule of p a s t years.

Oratory, Debating and the Glee Clubs, have their Spokesman, '

in o n e r e s p e c t ' i n

the

lege, and see i it is not so. The o owing poem was^ a en from t e a amazoo m ex. H A R V E S T MOON The h a r v e s t moon is full of wine Tonight she won't rise high, Insipid smile upon her face

j ^ e n e ^ e ^ l i f e r s done —Coo^ky

improved signally

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T h i s i s j u s t o n e of t h e t r a d i t i o n s a t w h i c h y o u m a y w o n d e r .

Hope has

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analyze t h e c h a n g e s you h a \ e m a d e in your w a y s since coming to col-

There's ear a i i u i c o a« lot . w of talk this ...... yjw— concerning the team." * , .. . she l acr about " p l a y i n g g e n t l e m e n " and givNow basked in the melody of the chapel chimes, you find ""» * • > i n g F r e s h i e a nice h u g and tell him things are different. It requires fortitude to play football here. sh e drinks the last gold foaming how glad you are t h a t he's come The "pearl of great price" will often be spoken of in a jocund clouds to college—and if he needs any manner, that may shock your little athletic idol off his throne. Left her by the sun; ^ soothing s y r u p won't he P L E A S E

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w h o m

its

to F r e e d o m of t h o u g h t , speech and a c t i o n ; to the world t h a t lies beyond o u r doors." At each step in the •" • dedication I a1 new t a p e r glowed, aand n( 0 mellow ' seven J" ! ? w 5bleamw ' e a m - s bhrmiffht rought

your and then you d find — tuition — , ice which will be set down a s an money f o r it. And a n y w a y , Kid, event in the h i s t o r y of t h e Y o u n g As80CIati0n 0 it d o e s n ' t cost a n y m o r e to boost ' than it does to kick. I t ' s a l w a y s just your kind who do all the m w m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m *

knocking. You g r u m b l e to every- | him—'cause you don't one about Hope's athletic s t a t u s .

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one r e a d s of weekly dances, ^ "W " I; "- ^ ° ' ' RIVER AVENUE many of t h e m all-college a f f a i r s . I " " o t r y to abuse h.m should buy your ticket, now! mnaumn vvish someone would explain satis- be ostracized, and it s s t r a n g e how factorilv why a s t u d e n t dance un- much mor e of a fool t h e a v e r a g e The f r e s h m e n themselves don t like imiudimi bantu M miiiuifmiiomnsfmnusn n l a s t d c r p r o p e r supervision is other t h a n upper c l a s s m a n is t h a n the poor, i t ! T h e y have looked f o r w a r d to er8

0ne t w e n t v - f i v e y e a r s I n s p e a k i n g w i t h a n a l u m n u s o f 1 9 0 4 . I a h a r m l e s s and very enjoyable oc- d e a r little f r e s h m a n . T " T T t w e n t y n v e y e a r s , i n HpcniuiiK w u u o i amusement Ye Gods! Has the time come hundred t h a t doesn't enjoy the D is had occasion t o remark a b o u t a n a l u m n u s of 04 w h o had a n ^ w h e n f r e s h m e n are not to receive r a z z i n g and get a new f e e l i n g of

occasion to visit one of t h e f r a t h o u s e s on an errand and touna

thusiastic c r o w d

e v e r y o n e g o n e . T h i n k i n g s o m e o n e m i g h t be around, he m a d e

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people to e n j o y t h e m -

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in a new

a thorough search of the entire house—not a soul around, and selves a t a d a n c e ; it isn't *a lot of place a n d t h a t its s t a n d a r d s re-

fight.

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because

he will p a r t i c i p a t e in "ac-

e v e r y door, d r a w e r , and d e s k unlocked. "In m y day," h e reevery aoor u rt , unlocked m a r k e d . It w a s n t s a f e t o l e a v e y 0 U r I f y o u d i d , y o u w e r e s u r e t o find y o u r b e d d i n g o u t t h e w i n -

work and p l a n n i n g to p r e p a r e f o r quire a lot of hard courage a n d climating ™ h " ; " n v ' J 1 0 1 ' " one. To me it seems incredible t h a t manliness if they a r e to become you could feel s o r r y f o r h m - a n d in this year of Our Lord, 1920, confident and able to play t h e i r a lot of the senUment t h a s slushe ^ are w h o cannot p a r t like h e . m e n i n s t e a d of litt,e i n g a b o u t college t o w n s will, I hope,

dow, draped with t i e s ; your books breathing powder from

of t h e p 0 S 8 i b i l i t y of d a n c i n g w i t h .

t h e c e n t e r of a h e a p i n t h e m i d d l e o f t h e r o o m , a n d y o u r pic.

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To me Juliet was merely P h o n e S442 a love-sick girl, and though Mrs. Jameson in h e r book calls her " t h e about a girl!" or with Byron's "I all-beautiful and heaven gifted found her like the rest of her sex, child of the south" and the idea of "The Soft Water anything but angelic;" rather I her being a "love-sick girl," she Laundry" prefer to look at womankind as did holds as being v u l g a r ; but this does Napoleon, when he said, "If I could Wet Wash, Rough Dr, not change my opinion in the least, have given a greater part of my and I am still convinced that she Finished Work time to woman, I could have known was merely a love-sick girl. I have more, i n fact . . . I could have Holland, Mich. mentioned Goethe once before, and known everything." Nowhere in I do so again only because his case i, i mrnm rurmiiiniri iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiniiiiiw iiiiiimiiiiiiiiinii S h a k e s p e a r e do I find a tribute is comparable to Juliet's. He found such as this, yet at the same time ti BitiTiiria i! 11 iwnicwjinnniinrnnirrniiBrniia ri:ri:i!i,i 11 im mn out early in life that his lot was we must remember that during FOR SALE! not to have one big love, and so Napoleon's last days at St. Helena he did the next best thing, he had | H a r l e y D a v i d s o n t w i n good i Let this be y o u r slogan: he was hardly himself. 10 W e s t 8(h S t . a lot of little loves. H a d Juliet's g condition, new battery. Can § g Remembering then, that there is " I ' L L MEET Y O U AT T H E M O D E L " | b e s e e n at S i m o n H a r k e m a ' s 1 = life not been a passionate pity, she no ideal girl and granted ( t h e r e 5 on Castle Park Road. could have come to the realization Where is no ideal man) I am amazed that 3 Phent 7123-F3 S40. 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on the d e t e r m i n e d Hope team. he O r a n g e and Blue ^ Two Cement, One Clay Court a t t a c k rallied sev- | eral t i m e s but no | Open for Business p r o g r e s s could be : made t h r o u g h t h e -line or around the g end. J u s t to show r how s t r o n g the r. Alma line is, Sim- | The "dead hand of the old" ha." mons, a v e t e r a n of ;; sufficiently loosed i t s grip to allow • three y e a r s , w a s un- g one innovation. T h e y (the t e n n i s able t o make the ; ^ g r a d e a s an end this g c o u r t s ) have been a long t i m e comseason. Gussin w a s ing but never-the-less, H u r r a h ! solely responsible f o r the third H u r r a h ! T h e y are here!" touch-down on the Hope team. He nr T h e r e a r e now t h r e e very good reeled off 65 y a r d s d u r i n g the last g t e n n i s c o u r t s on t h e Hope College ^ ^ neriod to b r i n g the ball to the Hope 3 campus. T w o of t h e m are cement P®""" , " . K . • = of. , iB-vard s t r i p , and then a f t e r his 1 and the o t h e r is a h r s t class clay 1 0 • i . 4 a • i a j m a t e s w e r e stoppctl twicc b j thc ^ r o u r t T1 h e c av c o u r t is located maves • g • . Hone ; 0 € line, spun around end f o r the directly e a s t of C a r n e g i e Gym or » P ' " " w Carnegie Hall ( o r what have distance. g V arm ric entire Hope t e a m showed up a v o u ^ ) T h e two cement ones a r e mrrnui j ^ , . i x i . . i well No o u t s t a n d i n g player could £ situated in the celebrated sunken , . , . p • mentioned as h a v i n g outdone ^ Di c e a r d e n s . " No b n g e r do t h e memm e n u o n ^ i a. » | garueiin. r . h i s mates. As was said before, we g hers of Hope s tennis team have to n , s . P w a i l their t u r n to practico a t t h e won't w m any more moral vie- J hi K h school courts. No longer do t ° " e s - T h l s ^ s o l u t e l y was not a ;

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