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The Anchor Volume XXXVII

Hope College, Holland, Michigan, Oct. 27,1926.

Number Seven

DETROIT WINS ROBERT P. WILDER LEADS THE HOPE COLLEGE FIRST NUMBER OF IN HARD AND STUDENTS IN THE ANNUAL WEEK OF PRAYER LYCEUM COURSE , . FAST GAME, 3-0 PLEASES * /

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LIVING E X A M P L E O F " T H E L I F E Tuesday, Oct. 19 A B r N DA NT" GIVES 1NSPIRIn the first in his series of noonATION TO MANY day meetings during P r a y e r Week, Dr. Robert P. Wilder, general secreDr. Pioters a n d P r o f . Ilugei* Lead t a r y of the Student Volunteer MovoFlrst Meetings ment, talked about temptation or the fight lor character. H e said t h a t in his Sunday, Oct. 17 wide contact with college people he The a n n u a l week of prayer at Hope learned that the chief difficulties College was begun by Dr. A. Pletfers nowadays a r e not intellectual but in Winants Chapel Sunday evening, moral. He tne ntalked f r o m his experiOct. 17, when Dr Pieters explained e n t . e about this big moral struggle the real significance of t h e week. He w h i c h is common to everyone. " E n c o m m t n t e d on the fact t h a t many vironment and heredity," said he, men who a r e now in Christian service •• n m y determine t h e n a t u r e of the received their initial impetus from a | j u t they do not determine the decision made during P r a y e r Week. i 8 8 U e of it." The text used by the f o r m e r pastor ^ Wilder made it very clear that of Hope College Is found In J o h n 1: temptation plays a very importan: 12, "To as many as received Him, to p a r t i n t h e c h r i s t i a n ' s • life because them gave^ lie the right to become temptation strengthens the moral children of Clod." The coming of m U 8 C .ie; but he also made it plain t h a t Christ was the most m o m e n t u s event w e shuuld not fiirt with temptation, in history, and the fact of His com- H e emphasized particularly the Bible Ing places every believer in a differ- v e r s e . . B e 8 U | . e y o u r 8 i n w l u fin(i ent relation to God. First, they who y o u o U t . . . . s i n a l N V U y 8 flnda you o u t " believe have a new standing with H a ( i D r w i l d e r , "because it weakens God; they are no longer alien to God y o u r body, It weakens your mind, and but a r e in t h e relation of sons. Sec- w o r H t o f a l i | l t weakens your will." ond, they who believe have a new t e m p t a t i o n ? Dr. H o w to w i n o v e r power f r o m God, which enables them w i l d e r suggested several methods, to live according to the will of God. S U ( . h a g the reading of good books. Third, the believers have a new des- t h e strength of good companionships, tiny, a destiny that leads to eternity. a n ( j the defense of one's weak points; Dr. Pieters then explained that this b u t h i 8 biggest help was the help of Biblical t r u t h m a k e s a cleavage in t h e j e B U 8 C h r i s t . He said t h a t he knew h u m a n race between those who a r e t h a t t h e h e l l ) o f j e H U 8 really works, the children o£ God and those who a n ( j t h a i he has found it to be so, a r e not, between those who will in- n o t f r o m theory, but f r o m actual exherit eternal joy and those who will perience. He closed by stating thut not. This t i n e uf clenvwge will s e p a r - h l H Wrongest a r g u m e n t s for Christ's ate classmate from classmate, huy- I ) O W e r c o m e 8 f r o m W h a t he h a s actuband from wife, mother f r o m child. a l l y k n o > v n c h r i 8 t to. do in t h e lives And it all depends on t h e individual's m e n decision as to which g r o u p he will — o beong. Dr. Pieters concluded his reWednesday, Oct. 20 m a r k s with a plea that each s t u d e n t Taking as his topic, "Christ and the UHe the week of prayer In which to h u m a n n e e d i . . D r _ w u l e r m a d e a decide wh et h er he wishes to become strong appeal t h a t everyone try to a child of God—or not. see Jesus as he really is. He began Monday, Oct. 1H by stating that various m e t h o d s for

Plnylng: with t h e snme deterniinatlon as they did nsainst Albion the week before, Hope's football team lost to Detroit City College by a lone place k i r k . The 3-0 score does not Indicate the calibre of the teams as Hope clearly outplayed their blgRer opponents in every d e p a r t m e n t of the game. Twice f u m b l e s robbed the home team of touchdowns while the whistle, at t h e half broke up play just as Hope broke through and blocked Detroit's punt o ntheir goal line. The game was far.t and featured with hard blocking and tackling. Van Zanten starred for Hope with hi •. open field running, while Kleis was at the receiving end of several passes f r o m ih? h a n d s of Xettinga and J a p inga. J a p i n g a frequently was forced to get off some hurried punts but consistently outpunted his rival. Hope's line was the biggest factor 'n the game, Overweg, Capt. Fell and SlelTens and H. De Young breaking t h r o u g h and mussing Detroit's plays before they could hit the line. The ta,ckling of Hope's line was hard and clean t h r o u g h o u t the game. Williams, Capt. Blum and L u m b e r t were Detroit's mainstays. First Quarter—Detroit kicked off to Hope, th^ ball landing over the goal ine. Xettinga hit the line for a small gain and on t h e next play Hope f u m ^ ) b ' d . Detroit recovered the ball on ten yard line but were penalized 15 yards for holding. Williams place kicked from the 35 yard line. In the second kiekoff the ball again lolled over t h e goal line and was brought back to the twenty yard line. Hope immediately kicked, Japinga getting off a nice 45 yard punt against Professor Huger, college pastor of tho wind. Hope's line held their opHope College, led the second meeting ponents and forced them to kick. Van of P r a y e r Week held on Monday noon Zanten skirted right end for twelve f r o m 11 to 12 o'clock. He made an yards. On the second play J a p i n g a eloquent address on "Following J e hit tackle for six more yards. A f u m sus" in which he ilkened presentble broke up Hope's stride, Detroit day followers of Jesus to those recovering the ball. After an uncomwould-be followers of J e s u s as relatpleted pass Detroit again tried place ed in the ninth Chapter of St. Luke. kicking but failed. It was Hope's Jesus issues the c o m m a n d of "Folball on their twenty yard line. Hope low me," and the first man says, wan forced to kick. Detroit kicked "Lord 1 will follow thee whithersoa l t e r an uncompleted pass. Hope's ball on the thirtytwo yard line. J a p i n g a ever thou goest". T h a t kind of m a n . said Professor Hager, is too quick, ho pierced t h e line for twelve yards, does not count the cost of following K M s adding four more through Jesus, he does not realize the sucritackle. Second q u a r t e r : — H o p e punted and flee, he speaks on the Impulse of t h e forced Detroit to kick, VanZanten ad- moment. T h e second m a n says, "Let vancing t h e ball IS yards before stop- me first go and bury my f a t h e r " . H e ped. A pass by J a p i n g a to Kleis netted Is too slow, he must wait and delibi:ix yards; Detroit intercepted t h e erate for a while, he does not wish n.xt pass. Detroit, again held for to put Christ first but must first tend down;:, kicked to Van Zanten. J a p - to his other duties. The third man inga heaved a beautiful twenty yard says, "Let me first bid my f a t h e r and # pass to Van Lente. Here the Detroit m o t h e r farewell." This kind of man line held and J a p i n g a punted. Neither Is the unsettled kind, he must first team seemed to be able to break away get the opinion of his friends and Kleis caught ai punt and ran twenty- relatives, he is not willing to sacrifice live yards. A pass netted three yards, all for the Master as long as He Is J a p i n g a and Klay each added three so unpopular. "There a r e people today," said Mr. yards, and a pass by Japinga to Overweg was good for ten yards. With Hager, " W h o can be likened to t h e the ball now on Detroit's ten yard men of this Bible story." He then line Klay hit t h e center for five yards. J a p i n g a and Van Zanten hit a stone wall for no gain and Hope fumbled. ^ H o p e ' s line broke up the next punt and recovered t h e ball on Detrot's 3 yard line. Third Q u a r t e r — H o p e received in tho third q u a r t e r . Nettinga ploughed through for five yards Japinga added nine more. Then Detroit held and forced Hope to kick. Detroit seemed possessed with a new spirit and made their first downs in two plays. Detroit (Oontinutd on Ptxe Thre«)

made a plea that each student placc himself In a category and that he decde before it is too late wh et h er or not he will be a t r u e follower of the Master. A short time of the meeting was given over to prayer and testlmony.

cited the experience of Mr. D. L. Moody, together with his own expert*er.ee, In which a believer can live a life without power. J u s t as a glass E D I T H MASON IS P L E A S E D W I T H will contain only air until t h a t air Is HOLLAND A U D I E N C E r u s h e d out by filling it with water, so the llfe of a Christian will not gain One of the most brilliant musical victory unless t h e spirit of Christ achievements of the season c a m e to comes In. 22, Dr. Wilder mentioned two steps in pass last F r i d a y evening. Oct. when Miss Edith Mason, renowned the life of a Christian, which are first t h e crisis, or the decision, then l>rlc soprano of t h e Chicago Civic the process by which he grows f r o m Opera Company, a p p e a r e d before a In day to day. H'e then talked very In- large assembly of music lovers marked timately about prayer, the power Carnegie hall. This event the opening of the Lyceum Course at which should compose the process. Dr. Wilder said t h a t he always set Hope college, and was Indeed an ocaside a period before each day for his casion of exquisite delight.

devotions, for, said he, "I d r a t h e r go Into the lay with my a r m o u r on t h i n wait to put It on during the day when you a r e hkey to be wounded." He went on to say that the early m o r n ing devotions became his sweetest hour of the day and t h a t the habit hah helped him more t h a n anything elst to maintain spiritual power f r o m day to day. The method he used and suggested was: 1. Go over t h e events of t h e preceding day loking especially for the mistakes. 2. Thanksgiving to God. 3. Intercession for himself and others. 4. Waiting on God in sllcncc in order to let God speak. Then the s p e a k e r m a d e a plea t h a t the s t u d e n t s give Christ all the keys to tneir hearts. Special music was rendered by a male quartet composed of Geerllngs. W a b e k e Luldens and Mook.

F R I D A Y OCT. 22 Bringing the week of prayer to a fitting close on Friday noon Dr. Wilder centered our t h o u g h t s on "The World With Its Great Need." The key word of his message was "Ampllus"' or "Wider, into all the World." Said the great missionary. "There a r e t h r e e spans in the bridge of Salvation. Two of these have been built by God himself, in the Savior's own death and In human s o l v l n g t h e p r o b , e m 0f the His resurrection; the third He left mjch as, education, economic for his followers to erect, namely, to e q u u m y i a n ( i i a W t have proved inadep r e a c h Repentance and Remsslon of qUHte A c.hanKe needed in the sins to all the world." ..We 8haIl n e v e r eg. heal.ts ot m e n , l>ut why carry on foreign missions cal)e w a r ext,el(t b y f o l l o w l n g the when there a r e so many unconverted t e a c h l n g s o f jesU8... souls In our own country? The leader Dr. Wilder then mentioned some of gave several Irrefutable reasons for t h e Btl.lklng q u a l l t l e 8 of jeHU8, A 8 a so doing. "We owe all that we have tea(.her c h H 8 t h a d no e q u a l a n d hl8 to foreign missions Freely we have greatest teaching was the revelation received, shall we selfishly w i t h h o l d ? " of the F a t h e r . Then too, Jesus show- " T h e trip of Carey to India took 121 e d a t t r i , l U t e 8 o f manliness, sympathy, days, now it can be done in five days. |)U1.lty s l n f ? l e n e s s o f | l f e i a n d a d e e l , The world Is becoming a neighborprayel. llfe T h e 8 p e a U e r 8 h o w e d jU8t hood; Is It going to be a b r o t h e r h o o d ? " how K1.eat J e 8 l l 8 w a s l n h l 8 e a r t h ! y " T h e center of population is shifting life but he aIs0 8howed the power to t h e Pacific and we occupy the most ( h a t je!iUS gt|1 e x e r t 8 l n t h e ) l v e g o f strategic position of all nations. God men. Dr Wilder cited Instance a f t e r does not say to a-nation, 'thy soul shall instance of persons who were once be required of thee,' but, 'your colondown and out, but who, t h r o u g h the ies, your prestige and your wealth powe." of Christ, gained llfe and last- shall be required of you'." "Many naing happiness. tions a r e looking to our country for The audience on Wednesday was something they do not have. Chriseven larger t h a n on Tv—-day due to tianity has a message not contained in the crowing Interest t h a t this great any other religion. They all have only created, A vocal m l E 8 ? o p a r y worker destruction for the sinner while Chrisbeautifully sung . by K0 » 0 w a s very tianity has salvation. "The biggest reaRutherford Hulzenga on Wednesday son is because Christ wants us. "We morning. must follow our marching orders," 'Go' should otn be Interpreted a s 'Stay* T h u r s d a y Oct. 21 and 'Preach t h e Gospel to every crea"The Abundant Life, or the llfe ture' should not be read as 'Tell It to of victory," was the central point of those whho already have It while Dr. Wllder's T h u r s d a y morning adhalf the world Is without Christ." (i,.e.ss. H e spoke of the new road that, The a t m o s p h e r e of t h e h o u r was a Christian should travel, once he has greatly intensified through t h e renaccepted the faith, a road t h a t will dering of a duet by Miss Nettinga and a conm a k e a person " m o r e t h a n Ted Luldens and a solo by Miss Netqueror, t h r o u g h Him." Dr. Wilder tinga.

Miss Mason presented a striking picture a s she stepped upon t h e stage gowned in cloth of gold. Her c h a r m ing personality and gracious m a n n e r were revealed at once, and completely captivated the audience. She was assisted a t the piano by Isaac Van Grove, eminent Dutch accompanist, who rendered a n u m b e r of excellent compositions during t h e recital. The first of the g r o u p of selections presented were, Le VIolettI, by Alesandro Scarlottl; fashioned a f t e r t h e work of the early Italian school of composers; Romeo and Juliet by Charles Gounod, a n opera libretto which follows closely t h e Shakesperlan d r a m a ; R o m a n c e by Debussy, a gentle, dreamlike, lovely melody; a n d F a n t l o c h e s also by Debussey, a c h a r m i n g song, presenting the weird, mechanical m o v e m e n t s of t h e p u p pets. T h e group of German songs were most delightful. It Included I m mer Leiser-weird Mein S c h u m m e r by Brahms, one of his most impassioned a n d tragic compositions; and Vergebliches Standchen which presents B r a h m s at his best; and Alerseelen by A. Strauss, a s t r o n g religious type of song. The English selections consisted of the Shepherd's Song by W a t ts, written In the spirit of t h e X I I I c e n t u r y ; At The Well by Richard H a g e m a n ; The Cuckoo Clock by G r a n t - S c h a e f e r an especially c h a r m ing little song; April by F r a n k St. Leger; and the E n t r a n c e Song f r o m Mme. Butterfly by Giacome Puccin.i Miss Mason's almost Illimitable r a n g e of rich, majestic tones r e a c h e i the Imperial heights of the divine power of song. Her melodies p e r m e a t ed t h r o u g h o u t t h e hall and their magic influence swept t h e audience f r o m the conventionalities and h u m d r u m of everyday life Into golden e t h e r a l dreams. Indeed .this brilliant success was one of t h e finest n u m b e r s ever presented in t h e Lyceum Course, and we take this opportunity to cong r a t u l a t e our Illustrious Dr. Nykerk. Miss Mason was very favorably Impressed with her audience here. She spoke In the highest terms of t h e Intelligence displayed and the appreciation shown her, saying t h a t It w a s a pleasure to sing to people who understand and appreciate t h e beauty in g r e a t music. It is a pity t h a t not more Hope students avail themselves of the r a r e opportunity of listening to a w o r t h while concert. T h e r e were several h u n d r e d seats a t seventy-five cents which should have been filled; and Carnegie hall should have been crowded to the last square foot of s t a n d i n g room W h a t is

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with our idealism? When will we get out of t h e g u t t e r of t h e cheap movie a n d m a k e up our minds to see and

College Pep Mite Gym! Frid ay!

h e a r only t h e b e s t ? On next Wednesday, Nov. 3, Mr. F a r b m a n , t h e matchless violinist will be here. Get your tickets early and fill Carnegie Hall to t h e point.

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SINE C E R E It Is a d a n g e r o u s t h i n g f o r a person to use a m a c h i n e which h e does not k n o w how to m a n a g e , a n d does not understand Such a p r o c e d u r e o f t e n leads to disaster both f o r the m a chine and t h e man w h o r u n s it. T h e r e is a m a c h i n e which we use every day a n d which most of us have not begun to u n d e r s t a n d . T h i s is o u r language. W e use m a n y w o r d s and expressions of which we donot half realize t h e meaning. O n e o f t h e s e a b u s e d w o r d s is the word "sincerity."." On every h a n d we h e a r t h e expressions, "I sincerely believe this," or " I mean It In all sincerity," when we m e a n n o t h i n g of the kind, but use it to m a k e o u r s t a t e m e n t s seem m o r e f o r c e f u l . T h e word "sincerity is derived f r o m t h e Latin words "sine cere", m e a n i n g " w i t h o u t w a x . " W a x is a fine t h i n g in its place. W a x smoothes over m a n y t h i n g s and m a k e s t h e m see w h a t they a r e not. P u t it o f t e n gets out of place a n d g u m s up t h e w o r k s in some delicate m a c h i n e . W a x has no place in t h e m a k e u p of h u m a n c h a r a c t e r , a n d yet we find t h a t there, m o r e t h a n a n y w h e r e else, it is used by m a n y ,in t h e absence of t r u e c h a r a c t e r to m a k e a wax figure b e f o r e

Miss Helen Roelofs, '14, a n d Miss H E A R Y E ! C O L L E G E P E P N I G H T Clara Y n t e m a , '16, will sail t h i s m o n t h to study in E u r o p e . Miss R o e l o f s ot On F r i d a y , October 29, a t 8 p'clock t h e S o r b o n n e in P a r i s , and Miss Y n t - in C a r n e g i e Hall t h e r e will be r e n e m a a t t h e Classical Academy in dered w h a t will p r o b a b l y be t h e tnost R o m e . T h e y will probably be joined by Mrs. D. B. Y n t e m a in t h e spring, d e l i g h t f u l p r o g r a m ever r e n d e r e d on and will t o u r t h e Continent b e f o r e re- Hope's C a m p u s . L e a d i n g e n t e r t a i n e r s of t h e c o u n t r y t o g e t h e r with local t a l turning. e n t will present "College P e p N i g h t . " Miss Rose Pope, who t a u g h t a t T h e p u r p o s e of t h e evening's p r o g r a m Hope f o r a y e a r , spent last y e a r a t is to replenish t h e t r e a s u r y of t h e Athletic Association w h i c h we flnd t h e University at Tours, F r a n c e . now is a negative q u a n t i t y . Officials In a letter to Mrs. Durfee, t h e Rev. a s s u r e t h i s p a p e r t h a t all who a t t e n d and Mrs. J . Dyke Van P u t t e n , both cf will be m o r e t h a n satisfied. P r o f e s s o r t h e class of '22, now w o r k i n g u n d e r Malavitski, who Sees All, K n o w s Af t h e S o u t h e r n P r e s b y t e r i a n Board In a n d Tells All h a s been secured f o r th He h a s t o u r e d t h e world Nanking, China, describe a t r i p of evening. extensively and c o m e s to us directly some 175 miles t h e y m a d e d u r i n g t h e i r Another popular vacation. Most of t h e trip was m a d e f r o m Hollywood. via sailboat, towed when necessary, n u m b e r will be one by o u r own Mr. but t h e most interesting and most G e r r i t De Haan, King of t h e Ivories. novel p a r t of t h e journey, was t h e ten T h o u g h each n u m b e r Is as good a s mile ride in w h e e l b a r r o w s . They re- every o t h e r one, t h e m o s t e n t e r t a i n port t h a t with plenty of blankets, pil- ing of all will be a m i n s t r e l a c t "Waylows w h e e l b a r r o w riding Isn't half Down S o u t h . " M o u r n i n g c h a m b e r s h a v e been rented for t h o s e who, not bad. nVy education were entirely too oneh a v i n g a t t e n d e d and h a v i n g learned sided If I could not occasionally see Dr. S a m u e l M. Z w e m e r h a s re- of t h e w o n d e r s of the evening's e n t e r t h e boy-side of a question. turned to t h e United States for a s h o r t t a i n m e n t , will lead a llfe of s o r r o w R. E. B., '28. time, and is a t Princeton w h e r e he f o r a f e w days t h e r e a f t e r , w e e p i n g I believe co-education is a d v a n t a g over t h e i r negligence. Is giving a series of lectures. eous because: 1. A c o - e d u a t i o n a l school places women on an equality with m e n . 2. Both sexes learn to respect each

She may be t h e bone of contention, m e n t a l disclipine." " K n o w l e d g e Is t h e y o u n g m a n ' s folly, b u t m y h a t p o w e r , " h e continues, " b u t knowledge t h a t does n o t overcome difficulties, off to t h e co-ed. T h e y ' r e t h e " H o p e " k n o w l e d g e t h a t merely . a b s o r b s w h a t of Hope. B '27. It can w i t h o u t disagreeable effort. Is o not p o w e r . " Of course we desire culture, and A r e t h e r e a n y d i s a d v a n t a g e s in a we need f r i e n d s , but w h a t we need co-educational institution? I can m o r e t h a n all is a t h i r s t f o r k n o w l - readily see w h y a m a n m i g h t see a edge, a n intense desire f o r wisdom. d i s a d v a n t a g e in h a v i n g ,a f a i r coT h e n only will o u r studies be interest- ed occupying t h e seat next to him being ,our classes e n t e r t a i n i n g , o u r p r o - cause It f r e q u e n t l y h a p p e n s t h a t he fessors inspiring, and we ourselves c o m e s to t h e realization t h a t a n o t h e r h a p p y ; f o r " h e who devotes himself of his pet t h e o r i e s h a s been exploded to w h a t he loves more t h a n himself — n a m e l y , t h a t man Is m e n t a l l y s u p e r achieves a power beyond t h e reach of ior to w o m a n . I a d m i t it m u s t be h u t h e professional self-developer." miliating to him to flnd his f a i r neighT h e s t u d e n t s who m a k e t h e right bor "shoving him off t h e m a p , " so to use of a college or university, says E . speak, but t h e sooner he realizes it, M. Lyall, a r e those who "delight In t h e better for him. So it's really a n t h e i n t e r c h a n g e of ideas a n d opinions, a d v a n t a g e , I t h i n k . in t h e p u r s u i t of knowledge, In t h e B u t in all sincerity. Is t h e r e any discussion of politics ,In l i t e r a t u r e , t h i n g more h e l p f u l on a c a m p u s t h a n speculation and scientific discoveries; a d e l i g h t f u l c o m r a d e s h i p b e t w e e n boys who a r e keenly interested In t h e world and girls, a brotherly and sisterly rea r o u n d t h e m , and in t h e condition of lationship t h a t leads to a n e x c h a n g e t h e i r own c o u n t r y . " of Ideas and Ideals. I s h o u d feel t h a t

Questions W h a t a r e t h e a d v a n t a g e s and dlsadv a n a g e s of a co-educational school?

The c o - e d u c a t i o n a l Institution Is t h e subject of m a n y d e b a t e s in o u r colo t h e r ' s rights. leges a n d universities. Its u n d e r l y i n g 3. Generally a h i g h e r m o r a l standprinciple is t h e instruction of young a r d exists a m o n g both men a n d wommen and women, tog e t h e r . In t h e class en. room. 4. A coeducational school usually E c o n o m i c a l l y It justified Itself. So- offers a b r o a d e r c u r r i c u l u m . cially it is modelled on t h e a n a l o g y 5. Co-association of sexes seems of t h e h o m e , which brings results f a v - to be t h e national law of life a t all Its orable to t h e institution o f / l e a r n i n g . stages. T h i s Institution p u t s y o u n g men a n d T h e d i s a d v a n t a g e s of co-education women on a coiwmon basis in t h e i r are: outlook of life. Should it be t h u s ? 1. W o m e n are s u p e r i o r to men in Brown, of one of the e a s t e r n colleges, c e r t a i n s u b j e c t s and visa v e r s a . Such and o t h e r s with him s h a r e t h e s a m e cases m a k e segregation m o r e desiraopinion t h a t t h e m a n should be placed ble. on a pedestal in t h e circles of l e a r n 2. T h e r e Is not only t h e f u n d a m e n ing and o t h e r phases of life. tal difference between m e n and woThis Institution brings men and wom e n of t a s t e as to s u b j e c t s but as to m e n to a p u r p o s e f u l a n d a friendly inm e t h o d of Instruction In each s u b tercourse, resulting In a h i g h e r m o r a l , ject. good s c h o l a r s h i p and sound f r i e n d 3. Often men w a s t e too m u c h t i m e ships, It is successful in giving b e t t e r because of too f r e q u e n t association p r e p a r a t i o n f o r life mentally, p h y s i c a l with "co-eds." ly and spirtually fit t h a n t h e school — N . D. '27. which s e p a r a t e s m a n a n d w o m a n in t h e i r daily school w o r k . — R. G. Elzinga, '29.

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T h e w a r m waves f u l n e s s to duty, usually get h i g h e r r u n n e r s c a m e in a s follows; Klk, DonVMurCikk 9 w n w i of the love of Chridt h a v e b c . n s u / g i n g g r a d e s a n d so raise t h e a vc / a g e a n d newold, Ritchie, B e r k o m p a s , ClicWe Deliver—Tel. No. 5219 over our c a m p u s t h e past week and s t a n d a r d of the College. quennoi, P o p m a , Van R a a l t e , Van t Cor. 8th and Central Ave. (4) Co-education lessens scx-con- der Kolk, H a t c h m a n . t h e r e l.as been a h e a r t s e a r c h i n g for (',*•><"'1 »•«'»**<«• realties on t h e p a r t of m a n y . May sciousness and develops a spirit of Every m e m b e r of t h e t e a m showt h i s s e a r c h have been a n d continue equality. ed up well and w e r e all In good (5) It fits men and women f o r th^ to be i Incere until all t h e wax shall condition a f t e r t h e g r u e l l i n g e n d u r have been melted qut of all our rela- c h a n g n g conditions of occupation and a n c e test. T h e r e w a s not a g r e a t deal tions a n d associations wLli o;io a n - taste. of variation In t h e t i m e It took each (C) Co education produces iv.om.- m a n to r u n t h e course. o t h e r . Let us all be "SINK CIOUK.". Ity, cu'.ture, and •cf.moment. o j he second t r y o u t will be hold n e x t (7) T h e personal influence of noble S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g , a n d t h e fln.il p r e " A R E YOU T H I R S T Y ? " CREAM OF UNIFORM QUALITY Mrs D u r f e e In one of her classes young men and women promote.; h a p - liminary f o r t h e s t a t e m e e t wl 1 t a k e recently spread a b r o a d her grievances piness a n d success. place on Nov. 5, w h e n H o p e :.nd O. 65 West 8th St. Phone 2212 (8) Keen competition, resulting R. J u n i o r will c o m p e t e in a against s t u d e n t s a t large, and in p a r dual ticular those In t h a t class; It Is hoped f r o m co-education, advances t h e m e e t a t Hope. A f t e r t h i s m e e t t h e t h a t we will be l o r g i v e n for quotini? s t a n d a r d s of class work. t e a m for t h e s t a t e cross-country r u n her T h e g e n e r a l t r e n d of her a r g u (9) Segregating the two sexes h i n d - at L ans ing will be chosen. ^ • m e n t was t h e undeniable fact t h a t we ers progress. W e have one of t h e best track a r e not m a k i n g t h e most of o u r opThe d i s a d v a n t a g e s a r e : t e a m s "I recent years, a n d t h e m e n portunities here In college (1) More c o n c e n t r a t e d work could h a v e 1 een consist^iiiv a m i f a i t h f u l l y Most of us have h e a r d the s a m e or be done. If t h e r e were no sex a t t r a c - w o r k i n g In silence a n d unobserved. similar s t a t e m e n t s m a n y , m a n y times. tions. W h a t they need now is a good boost W e listen carelessly a n d pursue our (2) Co-education is not economical to help t h e m into t h e r i g h t f r a m e of Suggestions for your first day's p r o g i a m : f o r m e r w a y s u n d a u n t e d . Social con- f o r t h e young man who h a s lots of mind f o r b r i n g i n g h o m e t h e bacon | I. Matriculate. tacts, we say, a r e m o r e valuable t h a n dates. f r o m G. R. J u n i o r and f r o m Lansing. II. Select y o u r H o m e f o r the year . professors' lectures, a n d good books H . O. '27. m o r e b r o a d e n i n g t h a n text-book l e a r n o III. Open an account in the City's l a i g e s t ing. We "don't let o u r studies inter- "If t h e h e a r t of a m a n Is depressed Bank. f e r e with o u r college education." And with cares. not until g r a d u a t i o n do most of us T h e mist Is dlspell'd when a w o m a n realize t h a t a l t h o u g h we have a t t e n d Dena Nettinga, 26, h a s been f o r appears". ed classes for f o u r years, a l t h o u g h we t u n a t e enough to s e c u r e a t e a c h i n g po- t- 'tM ** ** " ft K " W h a t a sorry place would o u r Colhave read the latest novels, a l t h o u g h lege be If it were not f o r the flashing sition in t h e B l a n c h e Kellogg school wo have gained m a n y friends, a l t h o beauty, t h e gay smiles, and t h e a t Santurce, on t h e Island of P o r t o we possess a diploma, we h a v e not f r i e n d l y gossip of t h e girls. W h a t a Rico She writes t h a t s h e is enjoying received t h e benefits of a college edu- d r e a r y place o u r c a m p u s would b e ' i f t h e sights, t h e people, t h e climate, evis only ELENBAAS & FORTNEY cation t h a t a r e r i g h t f u l l y ours. it w e r e not f o r t h e "Castle of t h e Co- erything, immensely. S h e where L. R. Briggs d e c l a r e s t h a t " t h e eds" w h i c h t h e g a l l a n t P i l g r i m s oc- t h r e e miles f r o m San J u a n best t h i n g education can do is to casionally beselge a n d carry by Mrs. A. F . W. De H a e n s s l e r , '12, nee H e m m e s is living. m a k e m o r a l c h a r a c t e r efficient t h r u s t o r m .

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Tubby Damstra and Polly Schutt, winners of t h e Raven and Adelaide contests respectively, h a v e begun pre... * . . , ^ . liminary training under the tutelege , , , . , . . . . , of Dean Dykerk, head of the depart^ ment of Public Speaking, f o r the a n , ^ t ^ . . . . . . nual M. O. L. Contest to be held in . March 1927. ^ . « , Dr. Nykerk believes in the adage . ., , 4. 4 4I4 . 4 u 4. that ' the early bird catches the ,, . . . . . . w o r m . ' Consequently he begins the . . . , , training of his orators at an early , ^ . , ^ „ , . date. rri That Hope has In the past . , , . .. , . ^ . caught her s h a r e of big, fat worms in ^ ^ ^ . . the form of M. O. U victories cannot Welcomes you back , .. . , . , be denied, and this is due, in a large . , . . measure, to this early training. , , , : it is the concensus of opinion in , . . , ^ TJ m ^ , forensic circles that Hope will send .i „ ,, team into the field this your fully as strong as the orators of last year. Mr. ^ . . 10 West 8th St. Damstra Is a forceful writer and clear ... , ^ , thinker ,and we are confident that in O0 •. < •-. < /, >. »v,.'^ <, J. i. ... . . . . r'j i". >*'< ?'i o*, i" ^ ^ his care Hope s light will shine brightly In the men s contest. , ... „ . In like m a n n e r Miss Schutt will win :o: ^ her way to honors with that uncon.. 3)1 querable combination of a swe.t smile, 3£ a rich, full voice, a pleasing personality, and a full measure of common W e h a v e a complete sf* n sp JL SJI ,irl* line of With these two people In t»:e field 3): . we are sure of a banner year in the . ^ ,, s forensic field. • 3£ 3£

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William Bonnema. 0 ' (Continued f r o m page !> braced and forced Hope to kick. De. . . . . troit advanced the ball to the ten yard line but fumbled. Hope punted out ^ . i. ^ n i ^ of danger. Detroit failed on its third . . a t t e m p t to place kick. An exchange of punts closed the third quarter. „ ^ . Fourth Quarter—In t h e fourth . . . quarter Hope let loose all it had to . . score. Nettinga and Kleis put the ball In position for a place kick. This was blocked but Hope recovered. Detroit forced Hope to punt. Hope opened up a pretty aerial attack in the last few minutes, J a p i n g a to Van Lente for twenty yards, Nettinga to Kleis for four yards, Nettinga to Japinga . , for fifteen yards, Kleis and Nettinga . t gained six yards through t h e the line • an dthe ball was in position for an, . other place kick. Kleis missed the , , .... , ^ last chance to tie the score and De, . , i troit punted out of danger. , , ,, tf Ax Hope payed pretty football thruout . t h e entire game, allowing only three „ , . , first downs to their opponents and . . . . . „ . gaining three times as many for themselves. Summary:— HOPE DETROIT Overweg LE Sadows Cook LT Lambert ^ _ „ DeYoung, R I^G C. Young

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