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Congress on Off-Campus' by Greg Olgers

Student Congress met last Thursday evening at 10:00 PM to discuss issues of concern to the students. Receiving the most attention w a s the recent increase of action against off-campus p a r t i e s by he Holland City Police. Concern was expressed by m e m b e r s of the Congress that t h e police w e r e a c t i n g on p r e s s u r e f r o m the administration to disrupt student-related parties. Off-campus representatives cited an instance wherein a recent off-campus student party disrupted while a similar party given by Holland natives was left uninterrupted. The congress was divided on the issue. Some m e m b e r s saw the police activity as a positive step toward preventing the consumption of alcohol by students under 21. Other m e m b e r s saw the interference by authorities as amounting toward little more t h a n h a r a s s m e n t . , 4 They (the police) a r e taking p i c t u r e s , " c o m m e n t e d one o f f - c a m p u s representative. A concern was expressed that [the shut-down of the parties [would not stop drinking, but r a t h e r move it either on-campus, or worse, to Grand Rapids (or o t h e r l o c a l e s r e q u i r i n g an automobile ride), which could Ultimately lead to alcohol-related [traffic accidents. I President Dave Brat called for h e formation of a committee to examine the issue. Selected a s o-Chairpersons were Amy Ellis m d Chris Pinderski. The other m a j o r topic of jiscussion for t h e evening was he denial by the administration

of permission for the Ultimate Frisbee Club to attend a Sunday tournament in Detroit. Representative Tim Kelley, who also serves as Business Manager of the Ultimate Frisbee Club, felt that the length of notice given by the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n three days prior to the Sunday, October 21st t o u r n a m e n t - w a s insufficient. Tim noted that the Club had c o m m i t t e d itself to the tournament two weeks previously, and although it did not wish to violate college policy it also did not wish to cancel the tournament. After much discussion, ti was decided that club Captain Nate Munson and Tim Kelley would meet with the administration the next day ( F r i d a y , October 19) to discuss the problem and to learn of the college's policy concerning athletic activities. The latter concern was especially of im-^ portance to the club, as the majority of its t o u r n a m e n t s were to have taken place on Sundays. Also questioned w a s the policy of certain professors to lower student g r a d e s to d i s c o u r a g e absenteeism. The issue was to be r e f e r r e d to the a p p r o p r i a t e governance board for discussion. The validity of the rationale behind the e s t a b l i s h m e n t of parietals also w a s questioned, but the subject was tabled by the c o n g r e s s f o r d i s c u s s i o n at another time. Other concerns of the students, as voiced by the representatives were h e a r d and subsequently d e f e r r e d to the a p p r o p r i a t e boards and c o m m i t t e e s . Two r e p o r t s were received

concerning the activities of Hope's governing boards and committees. Suzanne Mitchell reported that the E x t r a Curricular Activities c o m m i t t e e had met T h u r s d a y (October 18) to review the request for a charter by the newlyformed Qlobal A w a r e n e s s Organization (GAO). The c h a r t e r had been approved by the committee. GAO is scheduled to meet with the Appropriations c o m m i t t e e Wednesday evening (October 24) to present their budget requests. Second Vice President G r e g Olgers reported that the Appropriations c o m m i t t e e had m e t on Wednesday, October 17th, to hear a request f r o m the Ultimate Frisbee Club for funding. The Ultimate Frisbee Club in past y e a r s had been funded by the Appropriations Committee, but had missed the spring *84 budgeting session at which the 1984-85 budgets had been set. $250 w a s allocated for travel expenses, e q u i p m e n t r e p l a c e m e n t , and telephone calls. As a final note, President B r a t urged the congress to continue to be receptive to the concerns of students, adding that they were encouraged to take their own initiative in. acting upon those concerns-using the Congress a s a voice of collective support when necessary. (Author's note: on F r i d a y afternoon Dean Dirkse gave the Ultimate F r i s b e e club permission to go to the Sunday, Octover

21st tournament provided that they respect the college policy prohibiting Sunday athletics in the f u t u r e ) . T T

by William DeBilder and Martin J . Hill Last Saturday, in-front of a Homecoming crowd of 5,366, the Dutchmen defeated the Adrian Bulldogs by a score of 38-17. That m a r k s the t e a m ' s seventh win in a row and their third in the MIAA, bringing their records to 7-0 and 3-0, respectively. The first score fo the g a m e c a m e off a 32 yard pass from G r e g H e e r e s to B r i a n Oosterhouse. Hope then proceeded to capitalize on Adrian turnovers to finish their scoring in the first half. Mike Stewart blocked a punt that bounced into the end zone where Senior Steve Zeldenrust pounced on it to add another touchdown to the score. Just two short plays later, it w a s Dave Morren's turn to play spoiler, as he fell on a Bulldog fumble deep in Adrian territory. Despite a 21 y a r d pass f r o m Heeres to Oosterhouse, the Dutch only could come up with a field goal.

Thanks to a 37 yard field goal the Bulldogs were able to get on the board in the first half. The second half opened with a bang as Hope drove 91 y a r d s for a touchdown on their first possession of the half. Two Heeres passes, one to Ryan P f a h l e r and another to Mike Sturm set up Heeres' one-yard keeper into the end zone. Adrian answered with two touchdowns of their own to close the gap to 24-17. And although it looked as though the Bulldogs had the m o m e n t u m , Greg Heeres broke loose for a 62 y a r d run to seal the g a m e . That run was his longest c a r e e r run and shifted the momentum back to the Dutch. The victory was assured when Heeres and Oosterhouse teamed up for another touchdown pass. The Dutchmen travel to Alma to take on the Scots at 1:30 on Saturday. The g a m e is important as Alma and Hope a r e the only undefeated t e a m s in the MIAA.

Library and Alcohol Trustee Topics by Phil Tanis Discussion ranged from the maintenance on a slate roof, proposed library to the alcohol sighting that it would be higher, problem at Hope College at the Discussion ended when it was Board of T r u s t e e s meeting last resolved that roof plans, as the Thursday and F r i d a y . rest of the library, were still Having spent $190,000 thus f a r general and would be worked out

on the proposed library, to be at a later date. located on C e n t r a l between Graves P l a c e and Tenth Street, the Board received an update a t their Thursday afternoon meeting. Architect Jeff F r e e m a n ; of the Boston a r c h i t e c t u r a l f i r m Shepley, Bulflnch, Richardson, and Abbot; led the slide presentation, noting the changes since the last update the Board recelved last spring. He said that although the building was being condensed to save money. It Is 44 still extremely successful in (uniting the c a m p u s ) as well as being a l i b r a r y . " Also included in F r e e m a n ' s discussion w e r e p r e l i m i n a r y plans on moving the Admissions Office to Twelfth Street next to Peale, closing G r a v e s Place, and putting in a l a r g e r parking lot which would also be used by Central Avenue Christian R e f o r m e d Church. Trustees brought up the subject of what type of m a t e r i a l would tje used to cover the roof. F r e e m a n h a d stated that slate had been changed to asphalt to cut back on costs. When questioned by a Trustee, F r e e m a n said that although slate would cost two to three t i m e s as much a s asphalt its useful life would be a t least two times as great. Another Trustee then asked about

Trustees also discussed how a new library would affect the other, d e p a r t m e n t a l libraries on campus. It was stated that the science library would become a resource-reference a r e a with the bulk of the collection being moved to the new library. The small math-physics library would be totally transported to the new library while the music library in Nykerk would remain as Is. Trustees then unanimously approved to proceed with the next phase of the library, a $230,00^ p r o j e c t w h i c h will g a r n e r specific plans. T r u s t e e s will review this phase at their April meeting. Alcohol b e c a m e a m a j o r topic at the F r i d a y morning meeting. Chairwoman Doris Deyoung of the Student Life Board reported that Alcohol Awareness Week was a great success on campus. People were now able to talk about alcohol problems they may behaving. Since It w a s such a success, there were a n u m b e r of proposals under consideration which would f u r t h e r e d u c a t e t h e students on drinking and help with any p r o b l e m s they may have. One of these suggestions under consideration, the forma-

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In a Blaze of Glory

byToddVerBeek So WTHS-fm has finally gotten their antenna tower up. Boy, I sure am glad they didn't get it up any sooner! That would've been messy! (Though it would've made some good news pictures!) What am I talking about? Why the fiery plan crash that would've occured! You see, one very dark night a few weeks ago, a single-engine plane flew over the campus a couple of times. The pilot was clearly looking for thrills, because he diecided to buzz the DeWltt Center and the seminary library, the two tallest buildings on campus. If the seminary tower's roof were larger, he might have landed ithe came that close. He gave himself a little more breathing room over DeWitt; there are tall trees around It and the roof above the backstage of the theatre is quite high, and he dearly didn't have a death-wish.

Prohibition Without Hope In the past few weeks a rising concern h a s swept t h e offc a m p u s houses, and those who a r e affilatled with them, In their a t t e m p t to s o c i a l i z e on weekends, several students have received citations and some have even been a r r e s t e d . C h a r g e s r a n g e from disturblnc t h e p e a c e to charging for a l c o h o l Several incidents have occured as a result of these get-togethers and this has f r u s t r a t e d m a n y Hope students, in one instance, several students were c h a r g e d with disturbing t h e peace and, a f t e r asking who complained, were asked by Holland Police Officer if they would like to be under a r r e s t so they could find out. The next week another house of students was a r r e s t e d for the s a m e charge and upon asking whko complained, was told by an officer that the phone call was anonymous. Another case Involved a Hope party that was broken up for disturbing the p e a c e . What concerns m e is that across the street there was a p a r t y of similar

and w a s much louder. When an officer asked what was going on, they simply s t a t e d that they were not Hope students nor were their kegs open to Hope students. With this information, the officer told them to keep the noise level down and went on his way. I learned this word in fifth grade, I-n-c-o-ns-i-s-t-e-n-t. What is the cause of these inconsistencies? At several parties, Holland Police Officers have admitted to singling out Hope gatherings as a result of communication between Hope's administration and their department. When asked, Hope's administration has offered m a n y suggestions as well as concerns but this problem remains. Last y e a r parties were not busted u p and this year they are. H o p e is l o o k i n g o v e r o u r shoulders. But don't get m e wrong. This is good and this is bad. I love Hope College and all that it stands for, but what offc a m p u s students do on their own time is their own business. . Respectfully, Dave Brat

Ozzy? An Evangelist? by Scott McCaw I don't usually do opinion colu m n s but s o m e t i m e s it is necessary to speak out when facts a r e presented incorrectly. I a m referring, of course, to the article written last week comparing Paul-possibly the g r e a t e s t h u m a n e v a n g e l i s t - a n d Ozzy O s b o u r n e - p o s s i b l y the m o s t talked-about m o d e r n Satanist. I realize that the article tried to. m a k e the point t h a t he w a s really a Christian using subliminal lyrics to communicate, but lets get down to facts. E v e r y m e m b e r of Black Sabbath is an a d m i t t e d Satanist. Their " g r e a t e s t hits'* album contains such classics a s Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Lucifer's D r e a m , Black Sabbath, War Pigs, Iron Man and Paranoid. Black Sabbath (the song) is about black m a s s and the Satanic rite. It is probably / h e most evil a l b u m I h a v e e v e r h e a r d . T h e o n l y lord t h a t

Osbourne and that crew bow to is Satan. If you want to talk about groups in the secular world that have Christian lyrics we can start with U2 (new wave), K ^ i sas (rock), 3 Dog Night (early 70's rock), the Doobie Bros. (70's rock), ZZ Top (Hard Rock), P a u l . Simon-especially with G a r f u n k e l ' (easy rock), and there a r e m a n y others. P r i n c e ' s new album contains s o m e interesting stuff, but I've h e a r d a r g u m e n t s both waysI don't think P a u l would have bitten the h e a d off a bat to a t t r a c t an audience just so he cou(d sing lyrics that might be construed a s some f o r m of diety worshipm a y b e . The Bible tells us to b e w a r e of f a l s e p r o p h e t s .

Sometimes even if we like som e o n e ' s music w e have to question their motives. Osbourne i s out to evangelize, but it isn't for Jesus...

Not that he needed one. If the tower had been up, he would've flown right into it. With only the streetlights to see by, there was no way he would've seen this new addition to the building. Even if he noticed it as he approached, at the speed he was travelling, he couldn't have avoided it without losing a hundred feet or so of altitude. That means striking Mother Earth with considerable force-boom! That tower is pretty darn tall. Shouldn't there at least be a $10 light on top of it? (Which is to say nothing of the middle, where our friend was aiming his Piper Cub.) What will happen next time Bozo the Pilot buzzes the campus late at night? As Photography Editor, I can assure you that I'll be sleeping with my camera next to the bed.

"Evangelist Extrodinaire:" A Reply by Kevin Tysen An article h a s been written in

the Anchor recently proeiaiming Ozzy Osbourne a s an evangelist. T h a t is o n e of t h e m o s t preposterous things I h a v e ever heard. Ozzy Osbourne is not an evangelist in any sense but the most twisted sense of the word, unless one acknowledges his an an evangelist for Satan. - Since reading the article, I have talked with a few people on the subject. Mast of them seem to agree that he is not a devil worshipper. Good for him. Now he belongs in the category of people that do not consciously worship Satan--a category consisting of 99+ percent of t h e population, but does this m e a n that Ozzy Osbourne is a m a n of God? No, it definitely does not! If not being a devil worshipper m a d e one an evangelist, do you know how many evangelists there would be? Do you think it matters to God whether someone worships Satan or not? What m a t t e r s is whether that person is a t r u e j i i s c i p l e of J e s u s Christ. Jesus4feid in Matthew 12, "He that is* not with m e is- against m e . " .Ozzy Osbourne m a y not worship Satan, but in my opinion •he doesn't follow % God-and he is bound for hell just as much asT any devihworshipp^r. When one looks at the lyrics of a s i n g e r / d h e m u s t l.oofc at all his words. The aforementioned article quotes some w o r d s V h i c h can be taken as thoughtful, eVen good, lyrics. But only few words from e a c h song -are •quoted. What do the p^st of the ^ o r d s say? I s e e m to r p m e m b e r something about rock and roll being 'Qzzy Osltourne's religion, and something'about hiih enjoying being a " b a d b o y . " Does this sound like the Gospel? To analyze a singer, one must look at the whole picture. There i s m o r e to a singer than just the words he sings. T h e r e is no denying that Ozzy Osbourne does gross, inhuman things at his con? certs. He puts weird, .Satanic things on the covers of his record albums. The whole crowd he identifies with is one associated with fornication, illegal drugs, and other evil things. His whole image is ungodly, to say the feast. This doesn't exactly follow

P a u l ' s advice in I Thessalonians 5 to "Abstain f r o m all app e a r a n c e of evil." A t r u e evangelist must be on the other end of the continuum. A true evangelist must be blatant about his faith. He must not hide his m e s s a g e behind anything. J e s u s s a y s in Matthew 5, " Y e a r e the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid." If Ozzy Osbourne has any light at all, it is well-hidden in inky darkness. E v e n if his lyrics might have some kind of merit, does anyone know them? Does anyone listen closely to what they a r e ? I doubt that any m o r e than a few people benefit from any good lyrics he might have. I a g r e e that there a r e many people learning about the devil's evilness f r o m Ozzy Osbourne; he is an excellent example of it. But I doubt that there a r e any people learning anything f r o m him about God's hope. Ozzy Osbourne does r e a c h many new people, but how much good does it do? Do you ever see poeple walking out of an Ozzy

Osbourne concert filled with the Holy Spirit and praising the Lord? Or do you see bleary-eyed people, drunk and stoned, stumbling around, r e a d y to write "666" on the first wall they might stumble into? More likely the latter. . Ozzy Osbourne, like other secular singers, is just another puppet manipulated by Satan to distract the world f r o m J e s u s Christ and His salvation. I u r g e everyone who h a s n ' t already done so to f r e e himself from the madness of this world and accept god's gift of eternal life through J e s u s Christ! Amen.

Notes Would the person who submitted the editorial on vandalism please reveal his-her identity to the Anchor to that we can run it? It is a well-written article with many good points. Give yourself credit! - T h e E d s .

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That Ye Be Not Judged of Black S a b b a t h . A l e o p a r d can c h a n g e its spots. So m u c h for w h e t h e r Ozzy w a s a S a t a ni st in the p a s t ; you a s s e r t t h a t he still is. F r a n k l y , I d o n ' t see how you c a n s a y t h a t , Besides the f a c t t h a t no m a n h a s the authority to Judge a n o t h e r (Christ said this r e p e a t e d l y ) , your J u d g e m e n t denies a good deal of evidence to the c o n t r a r y . To the eviderice which m a d e up the bulk of m y article, I would add a n o t h e r e x a m p l e . In a bootleg recording of one of his concerts, he shouts " G o d bless you - I love you a l l . n E i t h e r this guy is a x r e a s o n a b l y decent fellow, or he does such a good job of p r e t e n d i n g to be decent t h a t you c a n ' t tell the difference. If 1 h e ' s evagelizing for S a t a n , h e ' s confusing his m e s s a g e with t h a t of Christianity. The p u r p o s e of my article w a s not to r e c o m m e n d Ozzy Osbourne for sainthood. You m a y in f a c t be c o r r e c t t h a t he is a Satanist, but you could just a s easily be wrong.My p u r p o s e w a s to point out t h a t he is not a s evil a s the public p e r c e i v e s h i m to be and t h a t the two a l b u m s he r e c o r d e d with the l a t e g u i t a r i s t R a n d y R h o a d s (who w a s killed in a plane c r a s h ) a r e m u c h b e t t e r than m o s t people a s s u m e t h e m to be. T h e rest w a s t a n g e n t i a l speculation - p u r e and simple. I p r e f e r to a s s u m e the best about a person and l e a v e it to God to decide if I am right or not. Yours truly, Todd VerBeek

The Connection The f o r m a l a n n o u n c e m e n t of the E m e r s o n i a n F r a t e r n i t y ' s E s c o r t Service took place october 18 at a p p r o x i m a t e l y one o'clock in the a f t e r n o o n when signs concerning this were posted throughout the d o r m . This service w a s f o r m e d a s a m e a n s to protect the m e m b e r s of this c a m p u s f r o m physical abuse. It also is a way of m a k i n g a good n a m e for the F r a t e r n i t y . And m a y b e you might find a good date in the p r o c e s s of serving and proving your m a t u r i t y . The Traditional E m e r s o n i a n P a n t y Raid on Gilmore Hall also took place on October 18. This activity of the F r a t e r n i t y occured at a p p r o x i m a t e l y ten o'clock in the evening j u s t nine hours a f t e r the a n n o u n c e m e n t of the E s c o r t Service. In m y own mind, I a m trying to define the purpose of thls activity. H e r a r e a few r e a s o n s I h a v e c o m e up with. The first r e a s o n Is to h a v e fun. But, who Is h a v i n g fun? The E m e r s o n l a n s o r t h e Women of Gilmore who lose m o n e y b e c a u s e

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by JohnVanWarreir On October 25 and N o v e m b e r 1 the 1984 P r e s i d e n t i a l D e b a t e s a r e coming to Hope College - m i n u s the real c a n d i d a t e s . In their places, though, will be three p r o f e s s o r s and one s t u d e n t going head-to-head on the issues which should decide this election, On T h u r s d a y , October 25, at 9 P M in Wichers Auditorium, D r . Merold Westphal, taking the D e m o c r a t i c s t a n c e , will be debating student Dirk Weeldreyer on domestic issues. The next T h u r s d a y , s a m e t i m e and s a m e p l a c e . Dr. E a r l C u r r y will go a g a i n s t Republican D r . J a c k Holmes on foreign a f f a i r s . The two d e b a t e s a r e trisponsored by t h e Inklings, N e w s from Hope, and the Anchor, M o d e r a t o r s for the d e b a t e s will

be selected f r o m these organizations. The questions for the 4< cand i d a t e s , " though, will be coming directly f r o m the audience. When the d e b a t e s w e r e in their initial planning stages, thought w a s given to how they should be organized. It w a s decided that the students should get a c h a n c e to drill the two d e b a t e r s and thus directly be involved. " W e ' r e planning on having a special election issue of the Anchor to help students decide how to vote, but we felt t h a t personal involvement and a live perf o r m a n c e would also be b e n e f i c i a l , " s t a t e d Co-Editor Phil Tanis. " W e ' r e hoping for a good turn out both at the debates and at the polls."

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D e a r Anchor s t a f f : When I f i r s t c a m e to Hope, I quickly l e a r n e d t h a t c o n v e r s a tion stopped d u r i n g lunch while v i r t u a l l y e v e r y o n e , r e a d the Anchor. T h a t spirit w a s lost sometime, somehow last s e m e s t e r . My intention is not to b l a m e anyone,- but r a t h e r to thank the Anchor staff for it's efforts t o get t h e p a p e r out on time, for the comics, the v a r i e t y of articles, and the willingness to print s t u d e n t s ' classified ads. T h a n k s to y o u r efforts, h a r d work and d e t e r m i n a t i o n , the spirit Is b a c k . Only this t i m e It h a p p e n s on W e d n e s d a y s and 1 still c a n ' t hold a conversation with any of m y friends. Kathie Atkinson

tion of a c a m p u s Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) c h a p t e r , touch.y . . .. _1 ed off a discussion by the Board. T r u s t e e s wished to know how s e v e r e d r i n k i n g w a s with students. D e a n of S t u d e n t s Lamont Dirkse replied, " I t ' s a conc e r n to all of us. I t ' s at a concern level." Statistics sighted by Admissions Director J i m Bekkering showed that 75 p e r c e n t of the f r e s h m a n class d r a n k to some extent in high school. " T h e r e ' s a lot of drinking a m o n g students but not as much as at U. of M . " observed one T r u s t e e with children at Hope.

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filiated s t u d e n t s w a s dropping, But while t h e p e r c e n t a g e who sighted they w e r e RCA affiliated J w i4 . . . n r . was dropping. It was s t a t e d tf Vht Oa Tt most s t u d e n t s a r e coming In with a philosophy in line with RCA thinking. A m a j o r In d a n c e w a s also officially recognized by t h e B o a r d . " T h e r e h a s been an a m a z i n g inc r e a s e in the interest of d a n c e in the last 15 y e a r s . We a r e a h e a d of most other schools in Michigan with d a n c e . " VerBeek also b r o a c h e d the subject of gift c e r t i f i c a t e s for Hope College. He s t a t e d that Calvin h a s a l r e a d y initiated a p r o g r a m w h e r e people c a n buy

Dr. Robert G e n t e n a a r , the 1984 semester, They 0 m a y l t t h e n , 0 i i ^ a t h e s e certificates for the s a m e p e r c e n t a g e of tuition tens y e a r s l a t e r . T r u s t e e s t h r e w out n u m e r o u s p r o b l e m s with the initial idea but felt t h a t it w a r a n t e d m o r e study and assigned it to a d m i s s i o n s to look into the feasability of such a p r o g r a m and report b a c k at a later m e e t i n g . A proposal was put forth to form a new Building and Grounds C o m m i t t e e for long range planning on c a m p u s . T h e " m a j o r ' c o n c e r n w a s the d e t e r l o r a t i g nelghorhoods surT S K S ' S n t e n a a r roundlns Hope. -T r u s t e e s w-e r e worried t h a t this would h a v e an said, would be an incentive p a y ! {j ouse ~ 3 0 to 40 ' a d v e r s e a f f e c t on the c a m p u s . s y s t e m . He sighted accounts t h a t ! however, is still in the planm g The p r o b l e m w a s b l a m e d on the showed that a f i r m which switch-l s tages . iuaf houses being r e n t a l units and

honored b y 3 ^ A l u m n " Assocla-1 tion with a banquet last T h u r s - | day night. G e n t e n a a r , speaking at the banquet, stated, "1 feel very very f o r t u n a t e (to receive this a w a r d ) because I enjoy teaching. Itl m e a n s m o r e to m e t h a n m o s t of you could r e a l i z e . " G e n t e n a a r then went on to discuss teaching incentives, stating t h a t the t e n u r e s y s t e m is a s a c r e d cow which " h a s p e r h a p s done m o r e h a r m than good. ' T h e l h a r m , though, c a n be seen easily

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{ W to the ^ c t i v e ™ ^ p r o b l e m s with alcohol A " s y s t e m a t i c plan h a s been devised for the r e d e c o r a t i n g and r e n o v a t i n g w h e r e n e c e s s a r y of all residential u n i t s , " reported Deyoung. •The Student Life Board also stated that, "If t h e r e i s a large f r e s h m a n class next fall, housing would ' b e c o m e a serious prot)iem " Thus there is a possibility that *"T V o U a e e s wUl be torn down t c ^ b ^ r e p l a c e d ^ i t h small r ^ e n U a l „ n « S which . o u w

of u n r e t u r n e d clothing? Another reason might be to d e g r a d e the reputationof the F r a t e r n i t y . This I s e e m s to be directly opposite to I the p u r p o s e of the E s c o r t S e r - 1 vice. P e r h a p s another r e a s o n is I to i n j u r e the Women of Gilmore I who t r y to protect their privacy I as well as their p r o p e r t y . During the p a s t two y e a r s , — i n j u r i e s Ih a v e occured a s a resit of this event, T h e r e w e r e two this y e a r . This also s e e m s to be directly opposite to the purpose of the E s c o r t Service. P e r h a p s yet a n o t h e r reason is get a thrill or two f r o m having p^uSiSyiVbyP40 percentepay p o s e s s i o n of w o m e n ' s u n d e r w e a r . What is the m a t e r ? C a n ' t • you g e t v o u r t h r i l l s a n y w h e r e else? So, w h a t is the connection betHone w'ui b e e v e n stTOnger if wel .ween t h e E s c o r t Service and the Hope will De e v e n s i r o n g e r ii i a d d m o r e I n c e n t i v e s to P a n t y R a i d ? Or Is the only connnectlon the E m e r s o n i a n F r a t e r teaching." E a c h spring the g r a d u a t l n nity? If you would like to defend senior class elects a H . O . P . E . your position as well a s clarify a w a r d winner, a p r o f e s s o r the what "A Sure T h i n g " is, your l - r l T most o u S Z g l response would be w e l c o m e at SltewTwasSectSSfTpfl 206 Gilmore. Deb Fleming Ing.

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D e a r Mr. M c C a w : I a p p r e c i a t e y o u r concerns, and the fact t h a t you took the effort to respond to m y r e c e n t article on Ozzy Osbourne. I a g r e e with you on a couple of points, but I still m a i n t a i n t h a t Ozzy should be viewed m o r e favorably that he is. It s e e m s , f r o m your letter, that you m i s s e d a few of my key points. ^ F i r s t of all, you a r e c o r r e c t about the n a t u r e of Black Sabbath and their " m u s i c . " I ' m not as f a m i l i a r with their work a s y o u a r e ( d u e t o m y inability to sit through an e n t i r e B.S. " t u n e " without shutting off the stereo in disgust), so I'll t a k e y o u r word on the content of the songs you mention. T h e r e is specific r e a s o n I chose to c o m p a r e Osbourne with the apostle P a u l , it w a s not to undermine P a u l ' s s t a t u s a s one of the g r e a t e s t h u m a n e v a n g e l i s t s of all time (Christ Himself excluded, f course). It w a s i n s t e a d to point »ut a possible p a r a l l e l in their lives. P a u l b e g a n his adult life as a big-time C h r i s t i a n - p e r s e c u t e r - much as Ozzy Osbourne b e g a n his recording c a r e e r in a (terrible) Satanic b a n d . ; One day, however, P a u l ' s life was c h a n g e d . He b e c a m e a believer. He then b e c a m e the m a n we now p r a i s e so highly. Ozzy, for reasons we cannot be s u r e about, left Black S a b b a t h without a vocalist a few y e a r s ago. He then went on to r e c o r d the music I described in m y article -- music r a t h e r unlike the S a t a n i c m u s i c

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Students B r u c e Johnston, m aa nn of nf the thp Carl VerBeek, cn hh ao ii rr m Academlc A f f a i r s a n d Admlsslons Board, s t a t e d , " W e had a good m e e t i n g (the day before), The n u m b e r of s t u d e n t s and quiillty o t s t u d M t s in this y e a r ' s I r e s h n m c l a s s a r e excellent, T h e r e a r e a lot of things going right with a d m i s s i o n s . " Statistics on t h e f r e s h m a n c l a s s included 74 p e r c e n t f r o m Michigan a n d 30 p e r c e n t stated they w e r e a f f i l i a t e d to t h e R e f o r m e d C h u r c h in A m e r i c a (RCA). T r u s t e e s w e r e concerned t h a t the p e r c e n t a g e of RCA af-

E d u c a t i o n a l Zoning District which the the college which college and and surrounsurrounding a r e a s a r e In. While the e n t i r e B o a r d would m a k e the final decisions on b u i l d i n g , V i c e - P r e s i d e n t of F t a a n c c BUI A l l d m o o s a W t h a t the proposed c o m m i t t e e could aid the p r o c e s s with p r e l i m i n a r y research. A s u b - c o m m i t t e e of t h e Business a n d F i n a n c e Committee w a s a g r e e d to in p l a c e of an entirely new c o m m i t t e e . It w a s also r e c o m m e n d e d that a m e m b e r of t h e c o m m u n i t y b e ineluded on t h i s c o m m i t t e e .

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Library by Bob Clifford Q: The idea of a new airconditioned l i b r a r y sounds great, but when will we be able to use it? A: If you're a sophomore, junior, or senior, I wouldn't sell your P o r t a b l e Pocket F a n , if I were you. Excluding any unforeseen setbacks, the f r e s h m a n class (1988) could be writing their senior s e m i n a r p a p e r s in the cool and crisp luxury of airconditioned bliss. Q: Besides air-conditioning, what other a d v a n t a g e s will the new library h a v e over Van Zoeren? A: T h e s t u d y a r e a s a r e definitely a plus. Unlike Van Zoeren, w h e r e you'll find row a f t e r row uf tables and desks, the architects have opted for a more personal a p p r o a c h . The study a r e a s will be broken up into smaller groups in various p a r t s of the building, thus allowing s t u d e n t s to a v o i d t h e " s t o c k y a r d " m e t h o d of study. Q: Dutch a r c h i t e c t u r e in the 80's? Why not build the new library to look like the P e a l e Science building? A; Many of the buildings on the west side of c a m p u s s e e m s e p a r a t e and cut-off f r o m the rest of the c a m p u s . One of the architectural p u r p o s e s of the new library is unite the c a m p u s as a single unit. By using a style of architecture r e m i n i s c e n t of such Hope l a n d m a r k s as Voorhees and G r a v e s , the buildings located west of college Avenue

Q &A will be reunited with the rest of the c a m p u s . Q: So much for aesthetics, what about College Avenue? Will we still be playing the g a m e of F r o g g e r every t i m e we try to cross the street? A: Yes and No! The e a s i e s t solution to this problem ( f r o m a s t u d e n t ' s point of view) might be to block College Avenue the s a m e way Twelfth Street was blocked. However, there a r e other f a c t o r s to be considered. Not only is College Avenue a m a j o r a c c e s s point to the downtown shopping a r e a iEighth Street), but it's the only access to the Chapel. Closing College Avenue poses obvious problems for the m a n y weddings and funerals held in the Chapel. The proposed plans for College Avenue include extending the c u r b s to m a k e the s t r e e t narrower. The idea is to slow down the t r a f f i c and m a k e crossing e a s i e r and less d a n g e r o u s . Q: Sounds g r e a t ! Why not s t a r t construciton sooner? A; 1 can think of at least 8.5 million reasons. Raising the donations needed for a p r o j e c t of this size takes h a r d work, a considerable amount of time. Meanwhile the a r c h i t e c t s will be p r e p a r i n g the final technical d r a w i n g s and the college will be dealing with p r o p e r t y acquisiiton and relocation of at least t h r e e buildings on College Avenue to m a k e way for the new l i b r a r y . ( E d . note: A m o r e detailed description of the building itself can be four;d in the S e p t e m b e r 6th issue of the Anchor.)

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by Phil Tanis T h e B o a r d of T r u s t e e s unanimously passed Hope's $23,000,000 budget at last Friday's meeting. It w a s reported that there was a surplus in the budget for the 1983-84 fiscal year, but it was not nearly a s great a s in y e a r s past. Traditionally budget surpluses a r e used for capital expenditures. There is no problem with the lower surplus this year due to the fact that there a r e currently no major construction projects u n d e r w a y . T r u s t e e s commented, though, that if the surplus is not increased, there could be problems in future years. There was also much talk about no-need m e r i t scholarships. The n u m b e r of scholarships w a s increased last year. Trustees commented that these

type of scholarships have a positive impact on students at Hope and increase the caliber of students which would come to Hope. One e x p e n d i t u r e t h a t the Board was concerned about was the replacement of vaious equipment including word processors. Those replacements total over $200,000 per year. One suggestion that was raised to offset equipment replacement was a $100 raise in tuition rates. No action was taken on this idea. Though the surplus was down, there was a 34 percent increase in money taken in by fund drives. This could signal good news for the forthcoming ^Campaign for Hope," a massive fund drive which is slated to start in 1985.

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dent Senate)...recommends that 'girls be allowed to wear bermudas and slacks on c a m p u s weekdays after dinner, all day Saturday and after lunch on Sunday.'"

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in the world, the wealth of the U.S.A. is i m m e n s e , so t h e A m e r i c a n s a r e able to e n j o y though I a l r e a d y knew the U.S.A. abundance. by Kiyoko Etc at Hope the s t u d e n t s t a k e much Moreover, they need to conis the fourth largest c o u n t r y in It is five o'clock. I a m in the and throw much away. As a the world. The land of the U.S.A. s u m e a lot of p r o d u c t s b e c a u s e c a f e t e r i a at Hope College. Sitting J a p a n e s e person who is strugglis not only l a r g e but productive. the U.S.A. is a capitalistic counhere, I cannot help being surpris- ing to define A m e r i c a n culture, I Even the s m a l l e s t piece of l a n d . try. The f u n d a m e n t a l concept of ed at t h e appetite of Hope College believe t h a t it is the e n j o y m e n t of can be used for something. D e a t h capitalism is consumption a n d students. Look at t h a t husky m a n the a b u n d a n c e of everything. In Valley, for e x a m p l e , used to be a production; the strong-economic at the table next to m i n e ! F o u r the month since I c a m e h e r f r o m m a j o r borax mining c e n t e r . As a power of the U.S.A. is s u p p o r t e d h a m b u r g e r s a n d fried potatoes J a p a n , I h a v e begun to feel t h a t m a t t e r of fact, the U.S. is very by consumption, which p r o m p t s a r e covering his p l a t e a n d six dif- consumption is a virtue, but high in self sufficiency, and the business cycle. If the U.S. ferent colors of d r i n k s a r e m a k something is wrong with that atmany of the A m e r i c a n p r o d u c t s reduced consumption, it would ing awall on the f a r side of his titude. a r e r a n k e d a s n u m b e r one in the fall into a recession. I m a g i n e t r a y a s if they w e r e p r o t e c t i n g It m a y be t r u e t h a t the world. It is t r u e t h a t the U.S.A. how m a n y countries would be his precious h a m b u r g e r s . A f t e r A m e r i c a n s can e n j o y a b u n d a n c e i m p o r t s s o m e raw m a t e r i a l s , but d a m a g e d if the U.S. stopped imfinishing my dinner, I a m sur- because U.S. h a s a vast land. it still supplies s o m e of its oil, porting their c o n s u m e r goods. prised again to see a lot of food When I flew f r o m Seattle to New copper and other necessities. T h e r e f o r e , it is only n a t u r a l for left on the t r a y s being c a r r i e d York, I w a s surprised by the E v e n c o m p a r e d with J a p a n , the the U.S.A. t h a t c o m n s u m p t i o n is away on the conveyor belt. H e r e wide open space of the land, even G N P of which is r a n k e d a s third a virtue. However, t h e A m e r i c a n s t a k e consumption too f a r . A good exa m p l e is beef, which is one of the foods c o m m o n l y left on the t r a y s m. cmitm-. UMlW. in the c a f e t e r i a at Hope. It is puAteemm h a r d to i m a g i n e how m a n y y e a r s vounposrmoH m mum. and how m u c h land, m a n u f a c t u r ing, and technology is needed to raise a single cow. To throw \ . MM... away m e a n s to w a s t e m u c h \ energy and money people h a v e invested. This is the d a n g e r in believing t h a t consumption is always a virtue. S o m e t i m e s when Hope College student say g r a c e before a m e a l , it s e e m s to be a f o r m a l i t y . I wonder how m a n y of t h e m know the fact that 40,000 children a r e starving to d e a t h every day in this world w h e r e we all h a v e to live. I feel A m e r i c a n s a r e too ignorant of the outside of their country. History shows that the " h a v e " countries have taken adtmzmm W e h a v e this super jersey in stock, v a n t a g e of the " h a v e - n o t " count r i e s . I s it f a i r t h a t t h e in your size, or in your friend's size. "developed countries c o n s u m e about four and a half t i m e s a s High quality domestic 50% poly-50% cotton. much grain per capita as developing countries? (acWhite body w i t h colored (red-novy-green] cording to E g b e r t deVries in World Food Crisis and 3 / 4 sleeves and crew neck. Agricultural T r a d e P r o b l e m s ) . " Moreover, " E i g h t y - f i v e p e r c e n t of consumption in the developed countries is in the f o r m of m e a t G e t o n e tor tun a n d send a n o t h e r h o m e . and dairy p r o d u c t s ( a c c o r d i n g to M a r t i n M c L a i g l i n in World

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which a r e nutritionally b e t t e r than the foods which m a n y people- in the developing countries eat. T h e r e is not doubt t h a t the A m f t i c a n s a r e a m o n g those people who eat a lot, " W e m u s t change our food h a b i t s a n d r e d u c e t h e w a s t e of f o o d c a l o r i e s . " If w e could feed the food that Hope College s t u d e n t s waste to s t a r v i n g people, m a n y lives could be saved. E v e n wasted jello a p p e a r s to be s o m e kind of gem to a person who recognizes how precious food is. Nobody would throw a w a y gem. Do you still believe t h a t consumption is a l w a y s a v i r t u e ? No. We m u s t not be decieved by economics. One a s t r o n a u t once said t h a t the e a r t h is one beautiful g e m , shining blue: If consumption is not a l w a y s a virtue we need to c h a n g e our h a b i t of wasting. We can s h a r e our resorces with others b e c a u s e w e live in one beautiful g e m .

Israel Semester by Kathy Hogenboom What do you a s s o c i a t e with the word " J e r u s a l e m ? " F o r me it w a s a l w a y s Sunday School class and the ancient Kingdom of Israel. It w a s s o m e t h i n g that was a n a m e , but it n e v e r seemed quite r e a l . Now, a s a student living in the Old City within walls that were built in a b o u t 1500 A.D., it still s e e m s a little u n r e a l . I t ' s hard to believe t h a t I ' m actually here, and to m a k e it h a r d e r , there a r e m a n y things I w a s n ' t expecting One of t h e first things that s t r u c k m e w a s the t r e m e n d o u s c o n t r a s t b e t w e e n the new and the old. The buildings of J e r u s a l e m a r e both. Within the walls of the Old City, the old d o m i n a t e s - b u t most roofs h a v e T V. a n t e n n a s Outside the walls is the New City, which is still growing. T h e r e a r e both new and old c u l t u r e s h e r e . As one w a l k s along the n a r r o w m a r k e t s t r e e t s in the Old City, one can listen to top 40 m u s i c f r o m the United States while looking at m e n and women in traditional A r a b d r e s s or in the black c o a t s a n d h a t s of Hassidic a r e worn by most people who a r e n ' t in t r a d i t i o n a l d r e s s . In s o m e p a r t s of J e r u s a l e m , most p l a c e s close at sundown, but in other p a r t s things a r e still lively well a f t e r midnight. J e r u s a l e m is a v e r y real city, with m a n y t h r e a d s of history anc religion woven t o g e t h e r into its existence. Ancient history, religious traditions, social traditions, a n d t h e c o n t i n u o u s l y changing p r e s e n t f o r m a pattern which is often confusing, yet in its own w a y v e r y moving. ( E d . n o t e - K a t h y Hogenboom is a s e n i o r s p e n d i n g P a l S e m e s t e r l84 in I s r a e l . )

Continued from Page 5 Russel Weigland of Campbell and C o m p a n y -- consults in philanthropy, fund raising, marketing, and communications -- g a v e a p r e l i m i n a r y report to the B o a r d on w h a t t h e c a m p a i g n is. He s t a t e d t h a t the groundwork in o r g a n i z a t i o n has been laid and t h a t m o r e t h a n a dozen a r e a s in the United S t a t e s h a v e been t a r g e t e d a s p r i m e p l a c e s for func raising. . F u r t h e r organization will take p l a c e in the e a r l y p a r t of next y e a r b e f o r e t h e c a m p a i g n gets u n d e r full swing. Already, though, the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n has been putting a lot of work into the p r o j e c t . It w a s s t r e s s e d that this c a m p a i g n is v e r y i m p o r t a n t for Hope's long-term economic wellbeing. .

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scholarship student f r o m J a p a n , Ms. E t o received a B.A. in English L i t e r a t u r e f r o m Meiji Gakuin University in Tokyo. While at Hope she is m a j o r i n g in Sociology).

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had to wait for a table. This was on a S a t u r d a y night with no reservations. Not too shabby. . As f a r a s I could tell, the smoking and non-smoking sections were kept almost totally separate. The air was wonderfully clean and we weren't tossed into a back corner for refusing to take part in one of the Great American Pastimes. The waiter was prompt and courteous: when we asked for a few more minutes to think o v e r the menu, he didn't vanish for half an hour nor did he ricochet back after three minutes. He gave us about 15 to mull over the very complete menu, which has appetizers, e n t r e e s , d e s e r t s , drinks (alcohol is served), and all other m a n n e r of good things. There was also a nice little wine list with a good selection of types from several different countries.

Yen Ching, 3015 28th St. S E ^ just before Woddland Mall, Kentwood, MI, (616) 942-9131. In my endless quest for the perfect eggroll, grievously unfulfilled by Phelps " f o o d , " I found myself drawn to Grand Rapids, and a place by the n a m e of Yen Ching. Recommended to m e by an Oriental friend, I thought it worth a try. So, three companions and I piled Into a c a r and went to G.R. for an evening. The r e s t a u r a n t , coming up 28th from M 9 6 Is a one story red building that sits alone on the l e f t s i d e of the road. If you get to Woodland, you've gone to far. Upon e n t e r i n g , w e w e r e greeted by standard Chinese r e s t a u r a n t decorations and an Interesting little shop that helped to pass the ten or so minutes we

The appetizer, which consisted of an eggroll and a bowl of spiced sour soup, arrived in a length of time Ideal for getting a conversation going, the 4 roll was hot, well stuffed, and tasted pretty good. The soup, which I had never had before, was a d r e a m come true. I love spicy things; the hotter t h e better. This stuff brings sweat to the face and t e a r s to the eyes. It Is wickedly flavorful and. If you aren't that hungry, the above mentioned egg roll could m a k e a meal in itself. You have to like high levels of hot, though. Trust me, and try some. It was great. The eggdrop soup, tried by one of my companions was not up to par, he reports. He's learned how to m a k e It from a man who live4 In Taiwan for many years, so should know. The main course c a m e before we finished the a j I had the Princess Chicken, m o d e r a t e spicing (still recovered from the soup), chicken was snow-white and

Page? delightfully tender. The v e g e t a b l e s a c c o m p a n y i n g it were the best I've hit upon In recent weeks, but watch out for those Innocent looking little red peppers. T h e y ' r e a s sneaky as a pack of Iranians and twice a s mean. Very good though, and the rice was properly sticky (Ancient Chinese secret, I suppose). More than enough food for a hungry person In one serving. One companion had Chow Meln, which arrived spaghettistyle. He was surprised, but pleasantly so. He found It quite good and what he didn't eat he took home. The Sweet and Sour Pork (why does everyone order sweet and sour when they go to a Chinese r e s t a u r a n t ? ) was quite good, I was told. He alsd"took his l e f t o v e r s h o m e . Our fourth m e m b e r tasted all and deemed them all good. We had tea with the meal (this is a rule-It Isn't a Chinese meal without tea. In my opinion), which was excellent. It was dark and probably smoky.

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The day began with a parade to the stadium. Gordon Van Wylen became honorary "Frater President Van Wylen."

Lynette Carter was crowned Homecoming Queen as the rest of the court looks on. In celebration of their 150th anniversary, the Praters treated the crowd with the Prater song.

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President Van Wylen accepted the All-Sports Award for the fifth consecutive year.

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stepping up its activity in the Middle E a s t - a t least on the Feuding factions in Chad d i p l o m a t i c f r o n t . W e s t e r n began p e a c e talks S a t u r d a y in diplomats in Moscow r e p o r t a rethe Capital city of neighboring cent crush of trips between Congo, in the latest effort to end Moscow and several Middle two d e c a d e s of civil w a r . Th^ E a s t e r n capitals. But they say delegation of C h a d ' s F r e n c h - that's probably a r e s p o n s e to backed P r e s i d n e t Hissene H a b r e some c h a n g e s taking place in the m e t with several delegations region. supporting f o r m e r Chad President Goukouni Oueddei, H a b r e ' s About 300 leftist d e m o n s t r a t o r s Libyan-backed rival. H a b r e ' s in Athens today encased a s t a t u e s p o k e s p e r s o n s a y s the govern- of f o r m e r P r e s i d e n t H a r r y ment is p r e p a r e d to negotiate a s T r u m a n in the c e n t e r of Greek long as n e c e s s a r y to r e a c h a set- capital in mock c r a t e labeled tlement. " r e t u r n to s e n d e r . " One protester said authorities a r e being The TV show "Hill Street urged to r e m o v e " t h i s s h a m e f u l B l u e s " is winning s o m e new s t a t u e " because T r u m a n o r d e r e d critical a c c l a i m - i n Poland. The the use of a t o m i c w e a p o n s in state-run agency that decides World W a r Two. A m e r i c a n s of what to air on Polish TV h a s Greek descent e r e c t e d t h e s t a t u e bought nine episodes of the show. 21 y e a r s ago to acknowledge the And the reviewer for a Polish TV T r u m a n doctrine and US help in m a g a z i n e like what he say, defeating the c o m m u n i s t s in the especially c o m p a r e d to other Greek Civil War. a m e r i c a n TV s h o w s - - l i k e 44 K o j a k " - w h i c h also r a n on On October 20, 1944, General Polish TV. The r e v i e w e r called Douglas M a c a r t h u r kept h i s prothe c h a r a c t e r s " p e r f e c t l y con- mise to r e t u r n as t h e allies s t r u c t e d , " adding, " C a n you im- liberated the Philippines d u r i n g agine K o j a k being c h a s e d by his World W a r Two. Today, 40 y e a r s f o r m e r wife to force an i n c r e a s e and one day l a t e r , h u n d r e d s of in the a m o u n t of his alimony pay- US and filipino m a r i n e s s t o r m e d ment...?" ashore on Leyte Island in a ree n a c t m e n t of M a c a r t h u r ' s arIraq's government radio says rivaL. T h e r e - e n a c t m e n t w a s its forces h a v e lost s o m e ground moved back 24 hours b e c a u s e in I r a n ' s latest offensive in the Philippine P r e s i d e n t F e r d i n a n d four-year old b o r d e r w a r . B u t M a r c o s w a s delayed. I r a q s a y s it will launch a counterattack to repel I r a n ' s f o r c e s Lovers and makers of movies f r o m t h e m o u n t a i n o u s b o r d e r a r e m o u r n i n g t h e p a s s i n g of one a r e a n e a r its capital, B a g h o a d . of F r a n c e ' s most internationally know f i l m a k e r s - F r a n c o i s TrufA US technical team flies to faut. h e died outside P a r i s today Vietnam next week, for talks of c a n c e r a f t e r spending t h e p s t about the Nearly 2500 Americans ten d a y s in a c o m a . He w a s 52. still listed a s mlssing-in-action Last week's meeting between f r o m the Vietnam W a r . T h a t ' s government and rebel leaders in according to a US E m b a s s y El Salvador s e e m s a distant s p o k e s p e r s o n in B a n g k o k , m e m o r y , as the Civil W a r in t h e Thailand. The spokesperson s a y s Central A m e r i c a n c o u n t r y conthe m e e t i n g is coming e a r l i e r tinues. About 100 leftist g u e r r i l l a s than s c h e d u l e s - w h i c h could be a c a p t u r e d and blew up an electric sign of progress. company installation n e a r t h e c a p i t a l y e s t e r d a y , killing 12 The bodies of four American g o v e r n m e n t s o l d i e r s and a

CIA eznployeeg killed in the crash of an airplane in El Salvador are reported to have arrived in Miami Saturday night. The four were killed Friday when their plane crashed in the mountains near San Salvador, but other details surrounding the crash of the plane are in question. Salvadoran Guerrillas claim to have shot it down, but the US Embassy says the plane flew into a Volcano during a rainstorm. There are also differeing reports on the site of the crash.

security guard. Parts of four provinces will reportedly go without power for four days pending repairs.

A Red Cross official said Saturday that Nlcaraguan Air Force planes have bombed and strafed positions of US backed "contrai" near the town of Estelireportedly killing more than 60 rebels. It's believed to be the first time the Sandlnista government has mounted air raids near a large town in the two-year war.

The number of Israelis killed In Lebanon since Israel's 1982 invasion is about to hit the 600 mark. Israel today announced the death of one more Israeli soldier in a guerrila ambush, bringing the total casualties by handing over more patrol duties in sensitive areas to the South Lebanon Army.

African Bishop Desmond Tutu told a congregation in Soweto Sunday that South African Blacks are "on their way to freedom.'* It was the first time he'd preached in a parish church since winning the nobel peace prize for his work against apartheid. During the service, the congregation gave thanks for the honor.

Through the North K o r e a n news agency, A Yugoslavian Olympic official h a s o f f e r e d Belgrade a s a plssible substitute host city for 1988 s u m m e r g a m e s . Barring a c h a n g e of venue, Seoul, South Korea will host the g a m e s despite the fact several nations don't h a v e diplomatic relations with the country. R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s f r o m a group of O P E C nations a r e in Geneva for a m e e t i n g p r o m p t e d by recent cuts in the price of oil. Cartel officials say the meeting is aimed at allowing the oil producers to keep their p r i c e s wher they are--possibly by cutting back on production. The meting comes in a d v a n c e of a session involving all 13 m e m b e r s of the cartel, sceduled for next week. P o l a n d ' s R o m a n Cothollc Church s a y s an outspoken prosolidarity priest w a s kidnapped for political reasons, and that his life m a y be in d a n g e r . The priest Jerzy Poieluszko d i s a p p e a r e d last F r i d a y and police a r e using TV b r o a d c a s t s t o s o l i c i t t e l e p h o n e t i p s a s to h i s whereabouts. Church officials don't say what l e a d s them to believe bust it. Polish labor leader Lech Walesa is w a r n i n g whoever kidnapped a popular, pro-solidarity priest not to hurt h i m . Walesa told two-thousand w o r s h i p p e r s at the p r i s t ' s c h u r c h t h a t his abductors would b e a r " a t e r r i b l e responsibility" if they h a r m o n e hair on his h e a d . T h e R e v e r e n d has been the t a r g e t of f r e q u e n t a t t a c k s by t h e C o m m u n i s t g o v e r n m e n t for his pro-solidarity sermons. One of his k i d n a p p e r s reportedly w a s w e a r i n g a t r a f f i c police u n i f o r m . After a y e a r ' s effort, the b o a r d

probing the assassination of Philippine opposition leader Benigno Aquino appears ready to w r a p up its work. The board g a v e a thank-you p a r t y for its staff today. M e m b e r s gave no indication when t h e i r report would be released. News l e a k s f r o m s o m e m e m b e r s h a v e said the b o a r d d e t e r m i n e d that Aquino w a s killed by one of the soldiers who escorted him off the plane upon his r e t u r n f r o m a self-imposed exile. The g o v e r n m e n t c l a i m s Aquino w a s killed by an alleged c o m m u n i s t agent. T h e b o m b i n g a t t a c k at a hotel in Brighton, E n g l a n d h a s boosted the popularity of its t a r g e t P r i m e Minister M a r g a r e t T h a t cher. New polls r e l e a s e d in Sund a y ' s London " O b s e r v e r " a n d " M a i l " show T h a t c h e r ' s conservative p a r t y leads other m a j o r p a r t i e s by m a r g i n s of f r o m seven to 25 points. P r i o r to the b o m b i n g a i m e d at T h a t c h e r ' s government, polls put h e r lead at between one and eight points.

A published r e p o r t s a y s key ad-

ministration aides discussed the need for a handbook on guerrilla warfare m o r e t h a n a y e a r ago. "Newsweek" magazine says aides to UN a m b a s s a d o r J e a n e K i r k p a t r i c k , CIA d i r e c t o r William Casey and d e f e n s e officials s a t in o n the discussions. Newsweek s a y s a p a m p h l e t w a s eventually d r a f t e d t h a t u r g e s N i c a r a g u a n citizens to undermine the Sandinsta g o v e r n m e n t through e v e r y t h i n g f r o m powerline s a b o t a g e to the clogging of toilets.

National News Hours a f t e r being p r o m o u n c e d brain-dead late Thursday, the h e a r t of a c t o r J o n - E r i k H e x u m was t r a n s p l a n t e d into a 37-yearold m a n . H e x u m h a d been hospitalized for six d a y s , critically i n j u r e d a f t e r accidentally shooting himself with a gun loaded with blanks. Many private economic forecasters agree with the Reagan administration that business activity will pick up in the final t h r e e m o n t h s of the y e a r , despite a slowing of the e c o n o m y ' s growth in the third q u a r t e r . But they s a y the White House's growth f o r e c a s t of four p e r c e n t is too optimistic. T h e commerce department reported y e s t e r d a y t h a t the US economy grew 2.7 p e r c e n t in the t h i r d q u a r t e r - a slower r a t e t h a n h a d been e x p e c t e d . T h e t h r e a t of a s t r i k e a t Walt Disney World is now oficially over, with m a i n t e n a n c e w o r k e r s a p p r o v i n g by a two-to-one m a r g i n a labor c o n t r a c t t h a t includes a pay r a i s e . The threey e a r p a c t also b a n s m a n a g e m e n t f r o m hiring s u b c o n t r a c t o r s f o r work t h a t would f o r c e layoffs of union m e m b e r s . E a r l i e r last week, striking Disneyland e m p l o y e e s in A n a h e i m , California r e t u r n e d to w o r k a f t e r approving a c o n t r a c t t h a t Includes a two-year w a g e f r e e z e .

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Construction w o r k e r Donald Kirkland of M i a m i s t a y e d h o m e f r o m work on F r i d a y b e c a u s e of a toothache. He went to his neighbor b e c a u s e he knew she had s o m e teething m e d i c n e for her baby. Seconds l a t e r , P a m e l a Wilson r u s h e d out with h e r son in her a r m s , telling K i r k l a n d h e r baby couldn't b r e a t h e . Kirkland, a f o r m e r volunteer f i r e f i g h t e r , applied mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and got the child b r e a t h i n g again. Now K i r k l a n d ' s a godfather. S e c r e t a r y of S t a t e G e o r g e Shultz s a y s n u c l e a r w e a p o n s freeze in euope would allow the Soviet Union to r e t a i n its advantage. And Shultz-interviewed on N B C ' s " M e e t the P r e s s " - s a y s such a proposal would not a p p e a l to the R e a g a n administration, even though Moscow m i g h t be considering it in o r d e r to get stalled a r m s talks moving a g a i n .

More people are coming to the United States from Mexico and other W e s t e r n h e m i s p h e r e countries t h a n a n y w h e r e alse, according to the c e n s u s d e p a r t m e n t . According to the B u r e a u , 14,00,000 US r e s i d e n t s s a y they w e r e born outside the country. And the b u r e a u s a y s about 14 percent of those people a r e Mexicanborn. T h e b u r e a u s a y s t h e United S tates is h o m e to people b o m in 155 other countries.

Remember the poem : "I never saw a purple cow. 1 n e v e r hope to see one, but I c a n tell you anyhow, I'd r a t h e r see t h a n be o n e . " Well, people visiting t h e Arizona S t a t e F a i r c a n m a k e t h a t c l a i m . T h e o w n e r of 500 cows decided to paint one with food c o l o r i n g - t o a t t r a c t people to the a n i m a l exhibits. T h e p u r p l e cow. called Pixie, will b e on display the r e s t of the w e e k - u n l e s s it rains.

By the wy, the author of that poem, Gelett Burgess, had another poem-"ah yes, I wrote the 'purple cow.' I'm sorry now I wrote it, but I can. tell you anyhow, Til kill you if you quote Education secretary T.H. Bell It." is questioning the quality of ColAuthorities in Bloominton, Inlege Educations. Bell was to diana, are blaming a fraternity unveil a national institute of house fire that killed one Indiana Education report Monday that University student on arson. calls for at l e a s t two full y e a r s of Thirty-four others were injured Liberal Arts c o u r s e s - e v e n if t h a t in the blaze. University police f o r c e s s t u d e n t s to s p e n d m o r e are investigating reports of a than t h e usual four y e a r getting a fight between fraternity B a c h e l o r ' s D e g r e e in Business, Education, N u r s i n g or o t h e r members and others Saturday night-but have made no connecfields. The r e p o r t also w a r n s t h a t F r e s h m e n a r e " i l l - s e r v e d " by tion between the fight and the fire. colleges, b e c a u s e t h e y a r e too often closed out of c o u r s e s . A new m e d i c a l r e p o r t s a y s the Two f r e i g h t t r a i n s of the S a n t a Fe and Missouri Pacific R a i l r o a d s collided head-on Sunday m o r n i n g in t h e a l v a r a d o , T e x a s a r e a . One p e r s o n w a s r e p o r t e d killed, a n o t h e r i n j u r e d . A total of 44 c a r s d e r a i l e d , along with four locomotives.

number of cocaine overdose will increase in c o m i n g y e a r s . A r e p o r t in the ^ ' J o u r n a l of the A m e r i c a n Medical A s s o c i a t i o n " s a y s the d r u g ' s p o p u l a r i t y a n d its i n c r e a s i n g availibility and p u r i t y will lead to the I n c r e a s e d d e a t h s .


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It doesn't seem likely that more than 13,000 General motors workers in the US will be going back to work soon. T h a t ' s because no progress is reported talks aimed at ending a strike by their Canadian c o u n t e r p a r t s . The Canadian strike has m e a n t a shortage of p a r t s for US plants.

The Public Broadcast System that t r a n s m i t s p r o g r a m m i n g to roughly 300 stations nationwide was shaken by two developments last week. PBS President Bruce Christensen says water used to extinguish a fire in the postal building in Washington that also houses PBS facilties ruined $12,000,000 worth of equipment. Friday, President Reagan vetoed a m e a s u r e that would have substantially increased PBS funding.

The Illinois Supreme Court has upheld the nation's first handgun ban, in the Chicago suburb of Mkorton Grove. In a four-tothree decision, the court ruled the ban doesn't violate the constitutional right to bear a r m s . The ordinance prohibits sale and possession of handguns, but allows the use of rifles and shotguns.

T e x a s a u t h o r i t i e s a r e invenstigating the cause of a headon collision between a pickup truck and a bus carrying a church group. Officials say three were killed-and all 46 buss passengers were injured. The pastor of the gr eat er of New Hope Baptist Church, the Reverend John Wilbran, says some passengers were able to crawl out windows, while others were trapped in the vehicle for 30 minutes until help arrived.

The heavy snows dumped on the Rocky Mountains in recent days left about 200 hunters m a r o o n e d in t h e C o l o r a d o w i l d e r n e s s . The mission to rescue those hunters was completed Saturday, and officials report there were no fatalities. Still s t r a n d e d , t h o u g h , a r e thousands of dollars worth of cattle and s h e e p - a n d a mission to rescue them will be launched on Sunday.

A former top Reagan Administration economic advisor

s a y s he b e l i e v e s P r e s i d e n t Reagan will work with congress to bring down the federal budget deficit-if he gets re-elected. M a r t i n F e l d s t e i n s a y s he believes some kind of modified A woman in anchorage, Alaska flat tax would be likely to come proclaims herself the "world's from a second-term Reagan largest purveyor of moose White House. pecans"-or as Kathy P a r k e r puts it, she's the "queen of moose Nicaragua's elections appear m a n u r e . " She takes the dark to be in trouble, one of the seven m o u n d s d o t t i n g A l a s k a ' s parties on the ballot for the wilderness to use them in tie november fourth presidential tacks, moose nugget pendants-- election has decided to withdraw, and even a s swizzle sticks. the independent liberal party Naturally, they're treated in a says it's been h a r r a s s e d by propreservative coating. She says sandinista government m o b s she'd never sell her b u s i n e s s - and it says the elections won't saying it allows her "eccentricity resolve the problem of peace in to go to its full r a n g e . " that country. Political souces say the move could lead to two other The Ford Foundation says it's m a j o r parties withdrawing from handed out a million dollars to the election. five urban community colleges to Higher gasoline prices are the help mostly minority and poor students advance to four-year reason for a strike by public colleges. Ford foundation Presi- transportation drivers in the dent Faranklin Thomas s a y s the P h i l i p p i n e s . P o l i c e c l u b b e d grants will help assure' that several strikers at a manila insutdents get a good, general tersection, and guarded other education. He s a y s some urban s t r e e t s a g a i n s t s t r i k e r incommunity colleges have over- terference. Oil prices rose an emphasized what he calls short- average of 13 percent over the weekend-and the number of term, job related training. jeeps on the roads was down by as much as 90 percent today. The Jesse Jackson sang and told jeeps form the backbone of the a few jokes last night while P h i l i p p i n e t r a n s p o r t a t i o n hosting NBC's " S a t u r d a y Night system. Live." The f o r m e r Democratic More US embassy workers P r e s i d e n t i a l c a n d i d a t e ws h a v e bailed out of Beirut. careful not to m a k e any political endorsements. But Jackson did Reliable sources say new terchide NBC-on the a i r - f o r not rorist threats have prompted the h i r i n g e n o u g h m i n o r i t i e s . evacuations of another dozen Jackson's solution was to urge employees-leaving about 27 stafblacks and hispanics "who want fers at the facilty. to be f u n n y " to contact the netRESIDENTIAL: work. i* LECTIONS:

Closing a r g u m e n t s were sceduled for Monday morning in

the Rajneeshee lawsuit

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Portland, Oregon. The followers of an indian guru a r e trying to reopen voter, registration in Wasco county, having submitted registrations for 3,000 homeless people they inyited to live in the community, t h e state cites a "strong probability" of voter fraud.

President R e a g a n visited the home of the B-l bomber in Palmdale, California Monday to underscore his differences with Walter Mondale . o n defense. R e a g a n revived the B-l a f t e r the Carter-Mondale Administration canceled it. Mondale said in last night's debate that the B-I is already outdated-and that he favors the " s t e a l t h " bomber as an alternative.

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riding their tractors took to the President Reagan is an out-ofstreets of Kansas City Saturday touch l e a d e r whose foreign to d e m o n s t r a t e a g a i n s t the policy has " h u m i l i a t e d " the R e a g a n a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . The United States. In the second and union m e m b e r s accused the adfinal Presidnetial debate of the ministration of trying to " s m e a r ' c a m p a i g n , Mondale said, " t h e unions" and pass "anti-union President's failure to m a s t e r the legislation." F a r m e r s complaincentral elements of a r m s control ed that they have not benefitted has cost us d e a r l y . " from the economic recovery. But several of the f a r m e r s , displeasTo hear President Reagan tell ed by the tone of the rally, said it, Walter Mondale has a "record they didn't want anything to do of weakness" that is "second to with politics-and they left early, none" on national defense. Dursaying they thought the event ing the 90-minute debate in Kanhad turned into a democratic ral- sas City, Reagan tartly replaied ly. that he is in charge, as surprising as that may be for Mondale.

It was Republican versus

Democrat Sunday on the issue of CIA a c t i v i t i e s in C e n t r a l America. The chairman of the Reagan-Bush compaign, Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt, said on CBS that Recent disclosures of CIA activities in the region will only be a "blip on the total electoral s c r e e n . " But N e w Y o r k ' s Democratic Governor, Mario Cuomo, called for a president "who's accountable."

Candidates for the U.S. Senate have raised a third more money in their r a c e s this year than for Senate r a c e s in 1982. Working with figures filed with the Federal Election Commission, the self-styled citizen's lobby common cause s a y s that the 65 candidates have raised more than $112,000,000 since the first of last year. Common cause says more mone'y than ever is coming from political action committees.

From the polls it would seem for the most part, that people who watched last night's debate between President Reagan and Walter Mondale thought it was a toss-up. In two surveys taken just after the debate, the margin of error was greater than the difference in candidate preference. In a "Newsweek" poll, viewers whose Reagan by a 43 to 40 percent. But the poll had a sixpercentage-point margin of error. Those asked in an ABC news poll saw Reagan the winner by 39 to 36 percent over Mondale-that poll have a 4.5 percent margin of error. ' One poll-conducted by the Newspaper "USA T o d a y " - d i d produce a winner. Those polled in that survey gave R e a g a n a 17point lead over Mondale.

Discussing

superpower

relations. President Reagan said the United States and the Soviet Union will " h a v e t o . l i v e with each o t h e r , " and he charged Mondale with a r e c o r d of weakness on national defense "Second to none." F o r his part, Mondale called the Soviets^a "tough and ruthless a d v e r s a r y , " but also said that the President h a s - o p p o s e d e v e r y SovietAmerican a r m s accord.

Radio Moscow says Walter Mondale was e f f e c t i v e in blasting P r e s i d e n t R e a g a n ' s foreign policy and in putting Reagan on the defensive. It failed to mention R e a g a n ' s charges that Mondale has a " r e c o r d of weakness."

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Reagan says Reagan buried the age issue once and for all during last night's Kansas City debate with D e m o c r a t i c c h a l l a n g e r Walter Ondale. And the head of a panel of Debate experts assembled by the Associated P r e s s agrees. Doctor j a m e s Unger, the head of the National Forensics Institute, says R e a g a n ' s performance should have succeeded in reassuring voters of his "obvious vigor." R e a g a n - w h o ' s 73-joked about the age issue by says he wouldn't politically exploit the "youth and i n e x p e r i e n c e " of 56-year-old Walter Mondale.

Both sides are claiming victory in Sunday night's debate between

Eating Disorders by Valerie Engeltjes Pine Rest Christian Hospital invites you to attend a special program focusing on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of eating disorders. The October 25 event will begin at 8:00 p.m. with a short film "Diet Unto D e a t h " from the ABC television p r o g r a m 20-20. Next Cherry Boone O'Neill, daughter of P a t Boone, will s h a r e her struggle with anorexia nervosa. For years. Cherry's life w a s a n i g h t m a r e of s e l f starvation, vomiting, pills, and laxatives. Finally, through the help of a Christian psychiatrist, the support of her husband and family, and her faith in God, Cherry conquered anorexia. Following Cherry's talk, a panel of Pine Rest therapists will interact with the audience in a question-answer period. This free program will be held at the Calvin College Fine Arts Center and is open to the public. The Holland J a y c e e s wish to announce that this y e a r ' s

haunted mill will be open to the public from Wednesday, October 24 through Halloween night. The mill, located at 88 E a s t 7th Street, directly next to Mr. Sandm a n ' s Waterbeds, is open from 7 PM to 10 PM on weeknights and 8 PM to midnight on weekends. It is closed on Sunday. Admission regularly is $2.00. BUT Monday, October 29 is College Night. Hope students with a valid I.D. will be admitted for only $1.00! Where

President Reagan and Walter Mondale. Vice-president Bush s a y s R e a g a n ' s d e b a t e per- are the Ghostbusters when you formance clined the election for need them? the Republicans. Mondale's runMorning Musicole ning mate, Geraldine F e r r a r o , says Mondale showed himself the leader most capable of guiding Thursday the nation.

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Movie Reviews "Place in the Heart" Reviewed by JohnHensler As October rolls around, many people look f o r w a r d to film's 'intellectual s e a s o n M - t h e time of year when so called " a d u l t " movies are released: movies like

The Big Chill and

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Choice. Of the half dozen very good films t h a t h a v e just been released, one of them is Places in the Heart, a film directed by

Robert Benton, whose prior films

The story itself is m o r e than adequate, but the s t r e n g t h s of the film lie in other areas. One of these is the acting. Sally Field gives a r e m a r k a b l e but low-key p e r f o r m a n c e as the innocent and dedicated widow who h a s to pick up everything where h e r husband left off. During the day her husband is killed, she goes from

include Kramer vs. Kramer Places in the Heart is the stroy of a young widow, played by Sally Field, struggling to keep herself and her family afloat in rural, depression-era Texas. I t ' s a story of people coming together to survive, and it's very well done.

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initial shock to burial to wake, all wearing the s a m e dress-she doesn't have t i m e to even sit down. This humble c h a r a c t e r is completely believable-she is accepted openly within the first ten minutes of the film. E x p e c t an a c a d e m y award nomination, at least for this p e r f o r m a n c e . She doesn't have to handle all the acting burden herself, however. Among the other outstanding p e r f o r m a n c e s a r e given by John Malkovich as a blind m a n who Field ta k e s in a s a boarder, and Danny Glover, who plays a black f a r m hand a n d helps Field get her f a r m goin again. Texas in 1935 w a s racist, and from a scene in the beginning of the film, where a black boy mistakenly m u r d e r s a m a n is lynched for it, a tension develops that accompanies the other emotions through the film. Life is f a r from perfect, and we a r e reminded of that constantly. Glover's c h a r a c t e r accepts and enhances that emotional tension. Another focal point of the film is in the i m a g e r y . The screen visions a r e at once sweeping and pathetic a s the c a m e r a p a n s to show rolling prairies and fields of

cotton, coupled with the cottonp i c k e r s in t h e f o r e g r o u n d n a t u r e ' s beauty and poverty's ugliness in one shot. Many other i m a g e s a r e like that, everything looks a little gritty in this film, as it should. F r o m all the desolate i m a g e s some thing that is not v i s i b l e , b u t still b e a u t i f u l e m e r g e s : the power of human companionship and love. Then the sorrowful i m a g e s fade away, if only temporarily. T h e images a r e not s e n t i m e n t a l , but realistic--this is not a romaticized view of the past told by a nostalgic g r a n d m o t h e r .

Above all. Places in the Heart has a shocking, s u r p r i s e ending. It is w o n d e r f u l - s o m e t h i n g to keep thinking about long a f t e r the t h e a t e r h a s been left behind, and long a f t e r forgetting the fluffy t a l e s of Ghostbusters or Star

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"At Hope I was given the energy, motivation and belief in myself, and m y art that h a s sustained m e through those very difficult times of u n d e r s t a n d i n g why I a m an artist and why I want to continue c r e a t i n g w o r k . " (Debra VanTuinen 7 3 ) D e b r a VanTuinen is only one of twenty-two Hope a l u m n i whose artistic works a r e being f e a t u r e d in the Alumni Invitational I, a contest sponsored by the Art D e p a r t m e n t and the Alumni Association of Hope College. Hope alumni were contacted by mail and informed of the contest. T h e thirty-five best works were chosen for display by Mr. Darwin Davis, director of K r a s l Art C e n t e r in St. J o s e p h , Michigan. The show opened last Thursday with fifty people in attendance( according to J a c k Wilson, Director of the D e P r e e Art G a l l e r y ) a n d will c o n t i n u e through November 30. Other alumni a r t i s t s include: Sarah Van P e r n i s Bell '72, J o a n E. TenCate Bonnette '63, Philip De jong 77, J a n e t Dyer 75, Todd E r i c k s o n '81, Alice Hertzel, Daryl D. Johnson 75, E s t h e r Lutt i k h u i z e n '73, T r a c y V a n M o u w e r i k M a s s i m i a n o '80, H e a t h e r M o l n a r '82, M a r y Mulder 77, Lora J . Rector '81, Lois A Rodgers, Gail R u t g e r s 70, Ralph S c h r o e d e r - 7 0 , S u s a n Gibbs Van Arendonk 79, Rein Vanderhill '67, Carol L a m b e r t s VerMeulen '67, Becky D e n h a m Wernlund 77, Bonnie Woods '68.

The words of Ms. Van Tuinen are a reassurance to all Hope students and to Hope faculty members that Hope College is, was and always will be a quality institution of higher learning.


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Thief of Hearts" Reviewed by Kirk Kraetzer I am disappointed.

I went to Thief of Hearts expecting a s e n t i m e n t a l piece of s l u s h and I w a s r o b b e d . W h a t I got, i n s t e a d of a b o r e d h o u s e w i f e h a v i n g an e x t r a marital affair, was that very s a m e t h i n g but with a c o u p l e of s i n g u l a r l y s n e a k y twists. Thief is a s u b t l e and m o o d y piece of b u s i n e s s , t h a t ' s tor s u r e . It's also a r o m a n c e s t o r y , all t h e w a y . And. as an a d d e d b o n u s to t h e s e two. it is a well c r a f t e d s u s p e n s e t h r i l l e r that m a n a g e d to get m e to s h e a r a f i n g e r n a i l down to a nubbin a n d kept m y c o m p a n i o n on the e d g e of the seat t h r o u g h the e n t i r e last half of the m o v i e . S t a r r i n g Seven B a u e r , p l a y i n g Scott M u l l e r , a loose, footed, s t r e e t w i s e thief a n d B a r b a r a W i l l i a m s who p l a y s M i c k e y Davis, o u r p r e t t y but oh s o - b o r e d h o u s e w i f e - i n t e r i o r d e s i g n e r both give nothing but first r a t e perf o r m a n c e s in Thief. M u l l e r . w h o a l t h o u g h living v e r y well on his n i g h t t i m e gains, h a s got a s m a l l p r o h l e m : the last h o u s e h e a n d his p a r t n e r k n o c k e d o v e r h a d a s m a l l locked box in w h i c h ho found a set of d i a r i e s . B o r e d , a n d with nothing to do but lay a r o u n d the house, he o p e n s one up and s t a r t s to r e a d Deciding that t h e w o m a n c o n t a i n e d t h e r e i n is t h e w o m a n for him. he s r t s h ^ n k M s and otf ne L'.oes Thi< is. h o w e v e r , no! \ v . ' . e d with the g r e a t e s t of s.-tisKietion ol his p a r t n e r . B u d d y , p ' . ' v e r j 10 s l i m e heii'jits i>v D;ivkJ ( ' a r u ^ o . who h:is hont o \ • r h a e k w n r d ^ in the c a r ! \ i : oirig to get M'.ilier in on a hn 11! m v uii'.i rpe.c fm pit'ased to see h;s f r i i r d arnl w o r k - i i i a l e c h a s m s a f t e r f)i!e ol their \ iclims.

M e a n w h i l e , J o h n Getz, who does a f i n e job of p l a y i n g t h e loving but i n s e n s i t i v e h u b b y , h a s enlisted t h e aid of his p u b l i s h e r < G e o r g e W e n d t ) to f e r r e t out w h a t m i g h t be going on. All this would be s t a n d a r d f a r e , and p l e n t y boring, I think, if it w e r e n ' t for t h e d a r k s e t t i n g s a n d the not q u i t e right p e r s o n a l i t y that M u l l e r h a s . T h e s c e n e s a r e rich with mood and laced with s u b s t a n c e , a n d t o w a r d s the end of the film you a r e continually keyed up w a i t i n g for the whole thing to blow sky high D o u g l a s Day S t e w a r t , w r i t e r and director, h a s d o n e a first r a t e job with only a few holes that 1 could pick out. T h e worst of t h e s e is that for the life of m e 1 c a n n o t f i g u r e out why a w o m a n with m o n e y coming out of her e a r s would d r i v e a VW bug. The film proceeds along s m o o t h l y , and at no l i m e did 1 h a v e t r o u b l e following the plot line, w h i c h w i n d s all a r o u n d a n d over itself. Not one hunch I had about the e n d i n g played out. and I've got e x p e r i e n c e in p i c k i n g this sort of t h i n g up and f i g u r i n g it out. An a d d e d b o n u s to Thief is the soundtrack by Harold Faltermeyer It's quiet and mellow, and does nothing hut e n h a n c e t h e o v e r a l l tone of the film. 11 y o u ' r e a movie m u s i c col lector, a d d f i n s one to y o u r col lection. I h e r e a r e lots of sexuol o v e r tones m t i n s film, hu! none o! liiem u n c o n i l o r l a h l e . Kven t h r sediic t ton \\ as e x e c u t e d well and 'h'-i - ' s rin r e a s o n at all to not 'ala a d j l e lo this one. i! suriieiiM- liiri'h a r e y o u r k;;id ol I} u 11 g («r.e Thief an A il it is vour U p e of film If not. it's still L'ood.

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by Kirk K r a e t z e r In 1969, a t h r e e m a n g r o u p p r e m i e r e d t h e i r first a l b u m , tilled Crosby, Stills & N a s h . T h a t a l b u m hit n u m b e r one, and launched C, S & N to the s t a t u s of being voice of a n e n t i r e g e n e r a t i o n , they a p p e a r e d at Woodstock that August, a n d p r o d u c e d s e v e r a l m o r e a l b u m s , c o n t a i n i n g singles like " T e a c h Your C h i l d r e n " and " O u r H o u s e " on their a l b u m Deja \ u which went on to b e c o m e 1970's a l b u m ol the y e a r . Then, a f t e r a live L P , they d i s a p p e a r e d f r o m the new r e c o r d r a c k s until 1977 when t h e y p r o d u c e d CSN. ^ ith only t h r e e s t u d i o a l b u m s , and the t h i r d . D a y l i g h t Again, a p l a t i n u m , t h e i r i m p a c t is enorm o u s and t h e i r p o p u l a r i t v unquestioned.

and worth a B. P o p - t a r t Q u e s t i o n : Which of the four s t a r s n a m e d a b o v e alsc a p p e a r s in a weekly sit c o m . w h( is the c h a r a c t e r in t h e show, am w h a t show is it? Call x()578 o x62!8 if you think y o u ' v e got it. Till next t i m e

t i m e e v e r at W i n g s S t a d i u m in K a l a m a z o o on T h u r s d a y , N o v e m b e r 1, 1984. s p o n s o r e d by LAV-FM, all t i c k e t s a r e r e s e r v e d and cost $15 a p i e c e . T h e c o n c e r t s t a r t s at 8: OOP M

T i c k e t s a r e a v a i l a b l e at all Believe in Music s t o r e s , the box office at Wings S t a d i u m , a n d the Battle C r e e k and M a r s h a l l locations of Rock C a f e R e c o r d s . I apologize for the l a t e n e s s of this a n n o u n c e m e n t , but it a r r i v e d as we w ent ol p r e s s T u e s d a y b e f o r e last T i c k e t s will go last, so if your i n t e r e s t e d , get to one of the a b o v e m e n t i o n e d l o c a t i o n s and r e s e r v e y o u r seat now. If possible. we'll t r y to get word to you on ticket a v a i l a b i l i t y as n e a r to p r e s s t i m e as p o s s i b l e W a t c h for p o s t e r s , loo. ' End note as we go to p r e s s ; As of M o n d a y e v e n i n g , CSN t i c k e t s w e r e still p r e t t y m u c h a v a i l a b l e i wo t h i r d s of the w a y b a c k on the floor and s i d e s t a n d s w e r e open,

T h e s a g e n e v e r t r i e s to s t o r e t h i n g s up. T h e m o r e he d o e s for o t h e r s , the m o r e he h a s . T h e m o r e h e g i v e s to o t h e r s , the g r e a t e r his a b u n d a n c e . T h e Way of h e a v e n is pointed but d o e s not h a r m . T h e Way of the s a g e is work without e f f o r t .

C h a p t e r 77 T h e Way of h e a v e n "is to t a k e f r o m those who h a v e too m u c h and give to those w ho do not h a v e enough. M a n ' s w a y is d i f f e r e n t . He t a k e s f r o m those who do not h a v e e n o u g h lo give to t h o s e who a l r e a d y h a v e too m u c h . What m a n h a s m o r e t h a n e n o u g h and g i v e s it lo the w o r l d 9 Only the m a n of T h e Way C h a p t e r 64 T h e r e f o r e the s a g e s e e k s freedom from desire. He d o e s not collect p r e c i o u s things. He l e a r n s not fo hold on to ideas. He b r i n g s m e n back to w h a t they h a v e lost.

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to Perform fessional c o m p a n i e s since 1975. In 1978. G l e n n a n d Lund f o r m e d T w o ' s C o m p a n y whic b e c a m e ( i l e n n - L u n c - D a n c e in 1982 Together they have toured t h r o u g h o u t t h e United S t a l e s , m a d e f o u r K u o p e a n t o u r s and p a r t i c i p a t e d twice in the D a n c e Festival inUlrecht. Holland, They h a v e been a w a r d e d four c h o r e o g r a p h i c fellowships, a s well a s an art m a n a g e m e n t g r a n t , f r o m t h e National E n d o w m e n t for t h e Arts. R e c e n t r e v i e w e r s d e c r i b e d the company as " V i s u a l l y arr e s t i n g " a n d as " S t r o n g experienced p e r f o r m e r s . " " T h e c l e v e r n e s s of t e c h n i q u e isn't t h e point in their d a n c e s ; they s e e k out o t h e r w o r l d s of feelings, w h i s p e r s of a n c i e n t impulses a n d f u t u r i s t i c d r e a m s , even a s t h e y show us how b e a u t i f u l t h e h u m a n body c a n be when it is t r a i n e d to do e x a c t l y w h a t its o w n e r tells it to d o , " said a T a m p a , Fla. newspaper critic. All s e a t s will be r e s e r v e d and cost $7 for a d u l t s , and $3 for students. T i c k e t s m a y be p u r c h a s e d in a d v a n c e f r o m the Office of College R e l a t i o n s , DeWitt c e n t e r , second floor. F o r f u r t h e r inf o r m a t i o n call ext. 6696.

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No. 1 Alma Next For Women's CC

Men's CC Romps to 4th Win by Steve Underwood

S o p h o m o r e L i n d s e y Dood stayed unbeaten in MIAA dual m e e t s as Hope r a c e d past by Steve Underwood Adrian, 19-42 in m e n ' s crossThe Hope w o m e n ' s crossAfter an Aquinas woman took country last F r i d a y . country t e a m tuned up for their the top spot, Hope grabbed the It was t 4 Homecoming' , over match at MIAA-leader Alma by next 4. Sue Desanctis rallied the weekend, and n u m e r o u s running against a partial t e a m from behind to t a k e 2nd in 19:35, alumni were on hand a t the from Aquinas last F r i d a y . while t e a m m a t e Ann Griffith Holland Country Club cheering Because the Saints had only 4 also broke 20:00 (19:52) in 3rd. the Duth to their 4th win in five runners, no t e a m score w a s kept. Captain J a n e Northuis con- conference meetings. * The vicB u t t h e D u t c h g e n e r a l l y tinued h e r consistantly strong tory kept the h a r r i e r s in r e a c h of dominated their foes, taking 2nd- racing with a 20:09 in 4th, just 4 their league-leading rivals from 5th places, on a blustery day a t seconds ahead of h e r r o o m m a t e Calvin, who a r e responsible for the Holland Country Club. Gayle Bond who w a s 5th. the only Hope blemish in a meet 3 The Scots, unbeaten in the T a m i Taylor improved h e r weeks ago. league, will host Hope (2-1) next best time by over 30 seconds with With two t e a m s not expected to Saturday. The MIAA champion- a 7th place 21:36. T h r e e seconds lose before the Nov. 3rd MIAA ships will also be held at Alma on later c a m e Deb B u r d a (21:39) in. championships at Alma, the verNov. 3. an upset win would keep 9th. : dict should be decided t h e r e . If the Dutchwomen tied for 2nd Rounding out the Dutchwoman Hope can overcome Calvin and with Calvin; a loss would drop finishers w e r e Amy Affleck w i n t h e m e e t - - a s c e r t a r i o them to third in the 5-team con- (llth-22:42), J o Shull (12th-23:8) repeated several times b e f o r e ference. and Shelly Hegedus (13th-23:37). they can tie for the overall title

Golf Season Review

(if Calvin ta k e s 2nd), or even win it outright (if Calvin is 3rd). Dood is also a t h r e a t to win the MIAA, individually, a s he h a s only A l m a ' s top runner to b e a t in next S a t u r d a y ' s dual to c o m p l e t e an undefeated dual meet c a m paign. Last F r i d a y he held off a persistant f r e s h m a n f r o m Adrian to win by 4 seconds in 26:03. Senior Scott VandeVorde, running his last home meet, and Randy Johnson apparently don't mind kissing their sisters. They tied for 3rd place in 27:07. Kevin Shoemaker w a s 5th in 27:15 on the windswept 5-mile layout. The next Hope finisher w a s John G a r d n e r , whose 27:44 w a s good for 6th. Behind him, Wally Avis, whose previous two r a c e s w e r e disasters, had his best placing of the y e a r . Fending off arecent illness, he was Hope's 6th m a n with a 7th place-27:59.

Dutchmen on a Roll by Scott Ellingson

by Martha Vander Kolk The 1984 Golf T e a m finished its season in fine fashion by placing third overall in league and setting many records. Senior Captain Paul DeBoer led the Dutch to a tem a v e r a g e of 404 strokes p e r round, which is a new Hope record. DeBoer, t e a m MVP And All-MIAA, had an excellent season, finishing fourth in the league with a 76.9 stroke p e r found average. He finished his c a r e e r with a 79 a v e r a g e , the best in the history of Hope golf. Coach Doug Perterson is trying to bring him to national attention so that DeBoer can compete in the NCAA National T o u r n a m e n t this Spring. Othter notable golfers on this y e a r ' s t e a m a r e : F r e s h m a n Matt Strong, who finished fourteenth in the league with an 81.2 per round a v e r a g e . Sophomore Doug Kuiper, who was fifteenth in the league with an 81.4 a v e r a g e was also voted the t e a m ' s Most Improved P l a y e r . F r e s h m e n Chris Slot a v e r a g e d 82.7 per round, adding to the depth of the t e a m .

The final league standings a r e d e t e r m i n e d by t h e l o w e s t cumulative strokes in seven league rounds. Hope placed third with an a v e r a g e of 404.9, behind Olivet with a 393.6 (a new MIAA record), and Albion with 396.0. All the t e a m s travel to one course for each round, until each t e a m has played on its h o m e course once. Six golfers play 18 holes, and the five best scores are added together to a r r i v e at a t e a m total. The totals f r o m each round are added together to get the final league standings. In round three at Olivet, P a u l DeBoer w a s medalist, which means he scored to lowest on that course. His total of 74 tied the Bedford Valley Country Club course record. Coach Doug P e t e r s o n anticipates strengths and improvement in next's y e a r s team. With the loss of only one senior and many returning p l a y e r s the Dutchmen should be a force to be reckoned with next y e a r out on the links.

Andy K r o m m i n g a closed out the top seven with a 28:29 in 9th place. Other m e m b e r s of Hope's top twelve on this , day were Dan K a m m e r (10th-28:45), Craig Kingma (llth-28:55), Wes Ceeley (13th-29:04), J o h n M c E l w e e (14th-29:08), and Kevin Cole (15th-29:13). Hope's final r a c e r s included P e t e V a n C o r a n t (18th-29:28), Steve E l e n b a a s (19th-29:35), Jim T w i n i n g (22nd-30:16), V e r n Wendt (23rd-30:55), Rich Helder (25th-31:31), Jef L a r a b e e (26th31:41), Dan Joossee (27th-31:53), and P a t Glennon (31st-33:39). As alluded to earlier, the Dutchmen will travel to Alma each of the next 2 S a t u r d a y s : Oct. 27 for a dual with the Scots, and Nov. 3 for the MIAA Championships.

The Dutchmen extended their winning streak to three with a 4-1 triumph over Olivet and a 2-1 decision against Adrian. These victories lifted Hope's overall record to 8-5,6-3 in league play. Olivet, usually a perrenial pushover, gave the Dutchmen a bit of a s c a r e in the first half. F r e s h m a n Todd Winkler put Hope up 1-0 when he slashed across the middle, fielded a pass, and cracked it by the Comet keeper. Magnus Ojert m a d e it 2-0 a f t e r he cashed in on a s c r a m b l e in front of the Olivet goal. It was downhill a f t e r that as Olivet gradually began to outhustle the Dutchmen and finally closed the gap to 2-1 before halftime. Hope's lacka daisical play was cause for sufficient a l a r m at halftime. This w a s a g a m e they had to win and they were playing as if they would win by m e r i t of their better record, not by merit of better effort. Needless to say, this did not sit well with coach Af-

m a n who quickly dispelled any of those notions and brought the t e a m down to earth with his most stirring h a l f t i m e talk of the y e a r . While the Dutchmen didn't come out like gangbusters, they did come to play. Ojert again figured in the play as he knocked in a Winkler rebound. And sweeper Kevin B e n h a m sealed the g a m e when he m a d e the final score 4-1 by redirecting a Doug Finn shot into the goal. The Jeckel-Hyde play-one-halfand-not-the-other, so typical of the D u t c h m e n this season, emerged again in the Adrian game. This t i m e the Dutchmen c a m e out buzzing in the first half-especially on offense. Apparently extra e m p h a s i s on the offensive g a m e in practice payed off as the Dutchmen penetrated time and time again. Despite the constant pressure, especially the first part of the half, Hope would only score twice. T o m m y Kohl continued his fine play when he

finished off a pass created by T o d d . Winkler's great effort. Mike P a r k e r gave the Dutchmen a 2-0 a d v a n t a g e by storming past a distraught Adrian defender and slipping the ball past the keeper. Adrian got back into the g a m e when they were a w a r d e d a penalty kick a f t e r Hope keeper Mike Mulvihill saved a goal by hauling down an Adrian forward who had broken loose in front of the net Justice w a s served as the kick was good to m a k e the score 2-1 at halftime. It w a s confident lockeroom as the Dutchmen felt that if they contined their stellar play the game would go their way. That was when Mr. Hyde c a m e onto the scene. While the Dutchmen didn't play that terribly, there had been poorer play in g a m e s past, they were outplayed. But, despite a few scares, the Dutchmen hung on for a 2-1 victory, their third win in a row.

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C'MON '87 N Y K E R K . . . F E E L THE S E N S A T I O N ! ! ! -the Scarlet Pumpernickel Elaine B. - Always r e m e m b e r who's got the cup and who's gonna keep it. the Scarlet P u m p e r nickel -87 Song44 In the r a c e to be better or best, miss nokt the joy of being" Celebrat each m o m e n t of these last few days. W e ' r e winners each and e v e r y d a y w e ' r e together. Give of yourself a t h e best you have and you'll m a k e us proud. You're all very special ladies. Love, Lvnette and Cindv

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HOPE COLLEGE ANCHOR John, Oh John, Where for a r t NUKE c o m p u t e r e r r o r s ! ! I Bed-You're the no. 1 moral per- thou John? -The Lonely Woman son v M.P. too bad your tan w a s n ' t d arker Bed-Give it all you got (you've already given a lot). Break a leg in Nykerk. -New To the Clothes horse, fashion rask, Mr. Ready-for-theweekend, G.Q. r e m n e n t rugge d ( ? ) individualist, style s l a v e and c o r p o r a t e u n d e r a c h i e v e r : What a r e you going to do differntly this week, h m m m m ?

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Sad Bear - Better hope Mr.$ doesn't call! Dizzette Greg is P r e - L a w . There is " n o c o m m e n t " on his m a j o r . Hey DREW- We ust figured out Don't miss the d e b a t e s domestic why you're taking Task Group Sister J o h n : bless the dill pickles i s s u e s - t h u r s d a y * 9 p . m . In Leadership...to bug Sandy L Jeny and second In Importance, Vermont, Irish setters, and the real good. Wichers Auditorium. get and ' e a s y " A! F r o m - B l g Red r h y t h m m e t h o d H a p p y one Sister Devin : I think it would be D & P We w a n t a r e m a t c h B & K good f o r your r o o m m a t e to t a k e month! vows of silence when I ' m feeling Kirstl & Chris - Well, we did it. Dear Kathy P a r i s - How Is the Ron-In case you hadn't figured it manic - T h a n k s for all of the support and Eiffel Tower doing? H a s the out, I w a s talking about you last (sometimes) tolerance. I Hope I week in the classifieds. Love, Scum: I c a n ' t B E L I E V E you m a k e you (and Mr. P u m p k i n government allocated - f u n d s to hang a r o u n d with these people. repair it yet? How Is P a r i s doP.G. Man) proud. ing? Love Always-Big R e d To our favorit RA and newest P.S. I still do! G.A.O. - showing " L a s t G r a v e at Hey T-Bone, Don't get well-done m e m b e r of the STSC club: H a v e W h e r e ' s the b e e f ? D i m b a z a " , T h u r s a d y , Oct 25 at 7& burnt out. Y o u ' r e doing g r e a t a super day and keep with the 8 p.m. in Cook Auditorium L.R. so love is a feeling, huh? rf so f a r keep iip the good work! s p l r t i f o t h e c h i b ! P r e s . & V.P. G . A . O . G l o b a l A w a r n e s s Love always. Big R e d Notice: Now accepting mail for Attention D i p s o m a n i a c s : Organization: one of the most the Barry B a n d s t r a F a n Club. 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Nine hours just a r e n ' t boozer." - S t e v e Dallas. in Murder? P r o m i s e m e you an all-nighter. enough when six a r e on the road. won't slaughter M a t t ' s sheep, Her boss-Guess who's gonna This time arund wel'll rent a Dave, Why do you have to keep .okay? you r o o m m a t e , " W " , all to have to s t a r t w a t c h i n g for jet... slandering allusions to his sexMiss G r a h a m : National Enyourself? Can't we share? " L " Dipsomania: spirits and spirits. life? An upset non-motorcycle quirer Headline; D a n c e r Does J a c k i e , E v e n t h o u g h y o u r gang m e m b e r A little of everything. Nympho-Limbo in David Kenhomework is driving you m a d , E . F . , A.G., J.H., J.V., a n d T . D . nedy's Heart. MDG Lynnette and I still luv ya so Don't miss the g r e a t debates! It has been becided that instead Domestic issues will be discussK l r k - W h a t ' s t h e deal with joindon't be sad. Kim . of squelching your m i s e r a b l e exed this Thursday, October 25, at 9 ing a motorcycle gang? Have a G.P., B.W., K.D. Those Monday p.m. in Wichers Auditorium. It's istences all at once you should be good time, m a n . -Recoil. m a d e to suffer and die one at a night p a r t i e s a r e ones never to s t u d e n t Dirk W e e l d r e y e r - v s Oh joy s u p r e m e ! thanksgiving time. The order of your d e a t h s forget. L G . Prof. Merold Westphal! Students Break is only 29 days distant! has been established as: E . F . , Barry, J u s t wanted you to know ask the questions MILESTONE J.V., A.G., J.H. and last, T.D. that we think you're a SPECIAL T r a v e r s e City lives. If you h a v e n ' t picked your R E m e m b e r : your d a y s a r e person. K.D. and L.G. Off-Campus J o b s office welcome Milestone yet, please do so. If numbered-TheR.A.K. Barry, T h a n k s for helping m e Joyce Twining as new Offyou'd like to work on the < l My p u l s e a s y o u r s d o t h pick out a s t a r . Hope your sky is C a m p u s - J o b s c o o r d i n a t o r . Milestone, we meet Wednesdays t e m p e r a t e l y keep t i m e and always clear. K.D. Welcome to Hope College!!! at 7 m j m a k e s as helthful music. It is not L y n n i e - Y o u r s i n g i n g is Would the failed h u m a n being Todd-What do w e do when we run m a d n e s s that I have uttered. BrAWESOME!!! Will you sing at who ripped off my pictures from out of ''Graffitti B o a r d ? " -Mart ing me to the test, and I the m a t m y w e d d i n g ? Y o u r t a l e n t the bulletin board kindly return Trivia by twosome: If tirvia pur- ter will reword, which m a d n e s s shouldn't be w a s t e d in the them to the Foreign Languages suit is such a big hit as a favorite would gambol f r o m . " ( H a m l e t shower!? P r a n c e office ( G r a v e s Hall) - n o quespastime, why doesn't any one III, iv, 141-45) Geoff (a fellow New Yorker), tions asked. - G a b i P f e i f e r answer our questions? Erin F l a h e r t y has seven days to Please don't leave me h e r e in Murray-Help need desperately? live!-The R.A.K. To " T h e M o m " and " T h e D a d " : M i c h i g a n by m y s l e f a f t e r You know where my office if. Just wanted to see if you'd notice " B e a m me up, Scotty" Christmas. I might turn into a SpEd a message f r o m m e in the school ONly four seeks unti IThanksgiv- " M I C H I G A N D E R " ! I'll miss Penguin: Maybe a road trip to paper. Loets of love f r o m " T h e ing break! you! Lynnette Dallas would be appropriate. To Kid" Erin, We a r e watching you. K.D., Are you lusty today? If so, do some winking, you know? ATTENTION! voorhess lOeo'ers Every movement you m a k e is you better redust! SpEd ^ meeting at the usual place Thurs- being observed. You are not Martha, You were fantastic! I ' m Jim-At first we wanted your day night. alone. -The R.A.K. proud to be your pal. L.G. voice but we've changed our D r . D e s t r u c t o - C a r e f u l - Margie-How 'bout noseguards SANDY - THANK YOU FOR A minds. We want your body. Sometimes . women just can't Thank heaven it's not in period. F A N T A S T I C H O M E C O M I N G Penguin Lust lives at Hope. help but take their off in front of Mart LUNCHEON!!! -Denise Bill the Cat-We don't like to you! , Lisa, can I borrow your poncho DELTA P H I GIRLS - THANK neckle you, we like to heckle you. Phelps Hall - Shouldn't every for our next Social P s y c h r a p sesYOU FOR YOUR S U P P O R T AT Care for s o m e romping at our dorm have a pop machine in sion? L.A.H. THE LUNCHEON! I LOVE place of business? their elevator? The next time you E m m i e s steal YOU! -Denise To person responsible for GLCA 3rd Floor, E a s t Wing Phelps - Big our u n d e r w e a r - w a s h it a f t e r you BEST O F LUCK TO YOU A f g h a n i s t a n p r o g r a m : Inbrother is watching! : wear it! 3rd floor Lichty T W E E D L E D E E AND T W E E - teresting sense of h u mo r . Does To Billy H. - P.S. XXXX Zero, Quote of the week-Life's a b-t-h, DLE D U M ! ! ! WE LOVE YOU!!! t h i s b e f i t a c h i v a l r o u s Zero,Zero,Zero. je t ' a i m e -love and then you die. gentleman? signed the ladies-in .. Emily (surprise!) • " Sometimes you've just got to say, Geoff, J i m , Rich, and Dave, No . waiting . The C a c k l e r L i v e s ! " I s E m e r s o n spelled with two m o r e 1:00 A.M. phone calls about Murray-Even though we know "MUSTARD," O K? " L " life is tough, we still love you. To H.L. -Pink, Polo, and Pearls- *E's'of t h r e e ? " the triple P. D o e s it turn you on? "Men a r e c h i l d r e n " - need we SpEd & Penguin "Oh yeah, life goes on..." m Q r e Todd: I've got it! Sue Dallas Anybody need some sleep? Try Gregg, R e m e m b e r S A t u r d a y : ^ (yes, Steve the F a l k e ) ! M a r t Beech's 9:00 Psychology class! THE WAVE! night!?! GouillaLover Dr. Destructo - We m i s s you - P.S. the Tigers will a l w a y s be PAINT T H I N N E R - the scent J&B- No b a l l s - N o Blue chips! H.L. ,C.K., L . L . „ D a d Geraldine, number 1. that drives women wild. As pro- J t ' s got balls, guts and s t r e n g t h ! T h a n k s for everything. Andy ~ the Cockier, t h e Viking, Buddah P.R. and Roomie. Don't worry ven one S a t u r d a y afternoon. D a d C l e a n s h e e t s and a blue we're homozygous recessive f o r ; Bethany - H a d g r e a t fun at yojir . C - M a b ^ Knows how...at least H T t h a t s w f t a t we've h e a r d ! balloon? cooties. P r e s & V P party...Really!! -Spudly ^

Joseph K. We love you Kitty! "Kitty, Kitty, Kitty 1" TANNER: WAIT...I have Bows!! OSTERMAN: THAT'S KEEN. Who a r e the bag-face m o r a l e guys and what do they really want? I AM SCREAMING!!! DRU - Is St. P a t r i c k ' s Day still your fSvorlte holiday? I hope so!! T h a n k s for a fun weekend!! IT'S MAKING A MISTAKE...A BIG MISTAKE!! LOOK...THERE'S TOM!!!

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