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HOLD FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR DR. NYKERK DR. BUSH WILL LEAD CAMPUS PRAYER WEEK

Nykerk at Pull

Nykerk's Death Is Great Loss For Studentry

NYKERK PASSES

By Dr. E. 1). Dimnent

Annual Event Marked By Special Schedule Of Classes

Campus p r a y e r week, under the leadership of Dr. B e n j a m i n Bush, '06, p a s t o r of the W e s t m i n s t e r Presbyterian church of Detroit, will have as its main t h e m e " J e s u s Answers Vital Questions." Beginning next Monday, chapel meetings will be held 11 o'clock each day. Dr. Bush will t r e a t subjects p e r t a i n i n g to history, philosophy, and religion. E v e n i n g sessions will be in c h a r g e of s t u d e n t s and faculty m e m b e r s .

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Traveled Abroad Dr. Bush h a s just r e t u r n e d f r o m Europe w h e r e he m a d e a particu larly close s t u d y of conditions in Russia. He h a s much first hand information of the p r e s e n t political and economic situation. Personal conferences will be g r a n t e d every day except Monday f r o m 9:00 to 11:00 A. M. and f r o m 2:00 to 4:00 P. M. Group m e e t i n g s will be held each evening. S t u d e n t s will conduct the meetings on Monday evening; faculty members will lead on Tuesday; and an open f o r u m on Thursday evening will be directed by Dr. Bush. Hold R e g u l a r Morning Chapel Regular chapel devotions d u r i n g the week will be led by the ordained faculty members, Rev. Paul E. Hinkamp, Rev. T h o m a s E. Welmers. Rev. E g b e r t W i n t e r , Rev. W a l t e r Van Saun, and Rev. E. Paul McLean.

WOMEN'S LEAGUE HELPS VOORHEES

lEnKtlsmar. Phcto] T H E LAST P I C T U R E taken of Dr. J. B. N y k e r k shows him in an attitude of kindly friendliness, which is typical of the life he lived. Dr. Nykerk is shown in conversation with a schoolboy at the a n n u a l frosh-soph pull, which w a s held two weeks ago.

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The n a m e s of Hope collcge and Prof. N y k e r k have been associated, almost a s one, f o r more t h a n fifty years. Born at Overisel, Mich., in September, 1861, at the p a r s o n a g e of his f a t h e r . Dr. Gerrit J . N y k e r k , he entered the Academy of Hope college when he had completed his grade schooling, and g r a d u a t e d in 1880. A f t e r t e a c h i n g f o r a short period in the township schools he returned to Hope college and g r a d uated with the Class of 1885 as its valedictorian. In September of t h e same y e a r he w a s appointed instructor in the Academy ( l a t e r organized as the College High School). In 1895 he was appointed P r o f e s s o r of English L a n g u a g e and L i t e r a t u r e . He became Dean of Men S t u d e n t s in 1918. In April, 1936, he resigned as head of the d e p a r t m e n t of English and Dean, but the Board of T r u s t e e s of Hope college a t once appointed him E m e r i t u s P r o f e s s o r of English and he w a s assigned courses in lect u r e s on English L i t e r a t u r e in Senior College g r o u p s .

This long period of y e a r s w a s i n t e r r u p t e d only twice — d u r i n g for some " f e l l " into t h e i r profes- He began t e a c h i n g m a t h e m a t i c s 1890-'91—when he was engaged a s sion and o t h e r s were " k i c k e d " into ' and science but became so intera teacher of English at the N o r t h it! jested in l i t e r a t u r e t h a t he took all western Classical Academy, O r a n g e Professor E. Winter wanted to his g r a d u a t e work in t h a t subject

ceived, life is like a football game, to dealing with dollars and cents,

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Collage Shocked At Loss; Discovered Sunday in Room

The death of Prof. J o h n B. Nykerk, Litt. D., due to a heart attack, came as a distinct shock tc his hosts of f r i e n d s at Hope college and in Holland City and vicinty S u n d a y , October 25, 1936. He was present T h u r s d a y evening October 22, at t h ? alumni dinner of Hope College Teachers in Grand Rapids, and attended the K a l a m a zoo-Hope Homecoming g a m e S a t urday a f t e r n o o n . His body wa* found in his rooms in Voorhees hail S u n d a y morning.

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H O P E C O L L E G E M O U R N S the passing of Dr. John B. Nykerk, who gave 50 years of his life in service to Hope college. He was loved and esteemed by all who knew him.

City, Iowa, " l o a n e d " as it were f o r a few m o n t h s to this western institution of the Reformed Church in A m e r i c a ; and again when he spent a year and a half at Oxford University, England, in g r a d u a t e study of E a r l y English and AngloSaxon. Dr. Nykerk w a s a musician of the highest order. A s a baritone s i n g e r he ranked a m o n g the first musicians of Michigan f o r more t h a n t h i r t y years, doing concert a n d choral work t h o u g h o u t the S t a t e of Michigan and a t C h a t a u q u a and instit u t e assemblies, east and west. He was director of music a t Hope college d u r i n g this entire period, conducting glee clubs, t h e Choral Union, and o t h e r similar organizations until the recent years. He organized and directed the Hope College Lyceum in the l a t e nineties (Continued on P a g e 2)

HOME COMING SMITH SLATED B R I N G S CROW D TO TALK HERE

F u n e r a l services will be held tomorrow f o r Dr. J o h n B. N y k e r k , 75, p r o f e s s o r e m e r i t u s and recently-retired Dean of Men, who was found dead in his room in Vooi^ hees hall at 12:30 S u n d a y noon. No classes will convene t o m o r r o w . Dr. Nykerk was seen leaving Hope's Homecoming football g a m e a f t e r t h e Hope touchdown, on S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n . Observers said t h a t he looked pale then. I t is belived t h a t he died shortly a f t e r he r e t u r n e d to his room.

Body Found by Janitor Dean Elizabeth Lichty noticed a bunch of keys h a n g i n g on the outside of Dr. N y k e r k ' s door S a t u r d a y evening. S u n d a y m o r n i n g Mrs. F . Hertz, d o r m i t o r y cook, s a w t h a t the keys were still there, r e m e m bered t h a t she h a d not seen the doctor come out of his room t h a t m o r n i n g , and called Reuben Ten H a k e n , s t u d e n t j a n i t o r . Ten H a k e n entered a n d found the body, f u l l y dress, with h a t , coat, a n d gloves lying in t h e b a t h r o o m . In f a l l i n g he had s t r u c k his head. Rev. G. J . Hekhuis, his b r o t h e r i n - l a w ; Dr. Wichers, a n d D r . R. H. Nichols were called. Because Dr. N y k e r k had bought a ticket t o the A l u m n i - All - College B a n q u e t , S a t u r d a y n i g h t , and h a d not attended, it is believed t h a t h e Bait been dead since S a t u r d a y a f t e r noon. T h e clothing f o u n d on the body w a s t h a t which h e h a d worn to t h e g a m e . Dean Lichty said that his bed had been d i s a r r a n g e d .

Tennyson Class Halted No a r r a n g e m e n t h a s been m a d e f o r the doctor's class in T e n n y s o n , Dr. Wichers said S u n d a y n i g h t . H e is survived by a s i s t e r , Mrs. G. J . Hekhuis, 41 E a s t F o u r t e e n t h St., H o l l a n d ; and a b r o t h e r , J a m e s N y k e r k , of Overisel.

ing his sophomore year at Hope. In teaching school. He likes teaching his first y e a r of teaching, he had 80 Floats, Rally, Banquet, now, s t a t i n g t h a t " I t is the build-1 P u P i l s enrolled. A f t e r this year of "Voice A Golden G i f r Entertain Visiting A new vacuum cleaner and linen ing up and enriching of youth. I teaching. Dr. Nykerk continued at Thursday's Topic For college and took g r a d u a t e work. He Alumni napkins were presented to Voor- There is no finer work." Dr. Nichols had been t r e a t i n g Chapel Hour t a u g h t and loved his work f o r hees Hall by the Women's l e a g u e Dr. N y k e r k f o r h a r d e n i n g of t h e Miss M. Ross, while d a s h i n g ' o v e r 50 y e a r s . Beginning F r i d a y evening with of Hope College at a m e e t i n g held S h e r m a n K. Smith, voice sciena r t e r i e s , he said. D e a t h w a s a t t r i b down the street, collided with an j Another i n s t r u c t o r hesitates not a t r i u m p h a n t flourish t h a t characin t h a t building on October 14. tist and lecturer, will speak here uted to h e a r t f a i l u r e . terized the entire week-end. HomeThe organization which is repre- acquaintance who asked her what at all before answering, "I do it T h u r s d a y u n d e r the auspices of the coming a t Hope held sway over or 'ove ^ e work." sentative of all the ladies aid socie- she was doing and demanded t h a t ! ^ the c a m p u s and all the city of d e p a r t m e n t of speech. ties in the Chicago synod of the .she come right along and teach his-; Quoting Dr. W a r n e r : "I entered Mr. Smith brings with him the Holland. With the jubilant p a r a d e Reformed Church, has a l r e a d y do- tory. She did! l t h e t e a c h i n P profession of my deep first "voice science l a b o r a t o r y on of floats leading t h e main events of ,iia interest in g r e a t l i t e r a t u r e and be11C K nated the f u r n i t u r e f o r the girls' wheels" in which he will m a k e t e s t s the celebration, the student body lhe ReV ' H i n k a m P w a s , n t e r - cause of my desire to help others living rooms, the gold b a n d e d i and recordings of the voices of any and all t h e visiting alumni speeded More Than Four Hundred dishes used on special occasions in e s t e d i n teaching irom his boyhood to enjoy and to benefit f r o m t h e the t e m p o of hilarity into high s t u d e n t s who a r e interested. Presented Guides t h e dining room, and numerous and the idea crystallized a f t e r his | works of the m a s t e r w r i t e r s . Then, gear. "Voice a Golden Gift" is the title graduation f r o m college. H e studied too, I like to be closely connected other accessories. of the lecture to be given in Chapel by Blue Key P r e t e n t i o u s Occasion T h u r s d a y morning. More technical A share of its f u n d s are also f o r the m i n i s t r y and preached until with life on a college campus beThe p a r a d e of floats led to the Blue Key presented t o d a y to given over each year to the s u p p o r t he attained the combined position' cause I wish never to grow old traditional outdoor rally on the speech s u b j e c t s will be treated in mentally." of teacher and p a s t o r at Hope. 1S each of the f o u r h u n d r e d and of the Mission House here in Holpractice field. Here illuminated by ^ talks to the speech classes d u r t e Miss Laura Boyd also desired to Miss Caroline Hawes also conland. red lights and w a r m e d by the huge 1 ^ students e i g h t y s t u d e n t s now r e g i s t e r e d a t teach since the days of h e r childsiders youth in her a n s w e r : "Teach(Continued on Page F o ur) Hope a copy of the new s t u d e n t bonfire, the s t u d e n t body heard A f t e r the business meeting a guide. hood, when she played school with ing offers contact with the young President Wichers, Mr. H i n g a , Ekp r o g r a m was presented. The sophher dolls. She took her g r a d u a t e people who present a challenge, and dal Buys, Fred J a p p i n g a , and Stubb I t contains the name, school a d more t r i o : M a r y J a n e Vaupell, VOICE EXPERT work in Latin, but p r e f e r s to teach it provides long vacations, giving Bovin welcome the alumni and wish dress, home a d d r e s s and t e l e p h o n e T h e l m a K u i k e r , and Gertrude opportunities f o r travel or study." mo ern an ua es n u m b e r of each s t u d e n t . In t h i s the football team well. School yells Young s a n g several n u m b e r s f o r ( ^ l g K l a t e s t issue, next to the s t u d e n t ' s raised into the cold night air atthe group. Mrs. H a k k e n , a misname, t h e r e is a 1, 2, 3 or 4 f o r h i s tracted a g r e a t m a n y of t h e autosionary f r o m A r a b i a , was the class, these indicating r es p ectiv ely motive public of Holland which speaker f o r the a f t e r n o o n . She f r e s h m e n , sophomore, j u n i o r o r added to the pretentiousness of the spoke about t h e women's life in senior. occasion. A r a b i a and wore a native costume education a g a i n s t a high school T h e Blue Key is i s s u i n g t h i s Alumni Greet Old F r i e n d s in t h a t connection. " W i t h a $102,000 cash profit guide as a service to t h e school. education w a s $102,000, including, Qn S a t u r d a y the day f o r the ftlTtft Miss Lichty was introduced to accruing to the college m a n , in his H a r o l d Neinhuis, c h a i r m a n , a n d a deduction of $4,000 f o r the aver-1 alumni began w i t h g r e e t i n g old the society by Dr. Wichers. a d v a n t a g e over his high school R o b e r t Blanchard were t h e comage cost of college education. i f r i e n d s and g r e e t i n g the pledges brother, there is an a p p a r e n t lifem i t t e e in c h a r g e of t h e work. The A comparison f r o m a g r o u p of in the societies of which t h e y a r e time r e t u r n of 2550% — or more schools c o n f e r r i n g about 30% of alumni. T h e football game as the guide is on a non-profit basis, b u t Osborne Plans Second than 63% per a n n u m . " no money h a s been t a k e n from the the a n n u a l b a c c a l a u r e a t e degrees a t t r a c t i o n of the a f t e r n o o n carried Organ Vespers Service So says a report compiled by a Blue Key t r e a s u r y , since i t i s shows an increase of 2,310 f r o m all the h u r r a h which the Homecomnational investment association to financel entirely b y t h e a d v e r t i s e r s , 1932 to J u n e , 1936. ers could wish. A f t e r the g a m e , Next Sunday, November 1, will estimate the total e a r n i n g s of a fifty-two in all. The U n i t e d S t a t e s D e p a r t m e n t open house at all the f r a t e r n i t i e s m a r k Mr. Osborne's second monthgroup over a projected lifetime of the I n t e r i o r e s t i m a t e s 141,000 finished t h e a f t e r n o o n . o ( ly Vesper. An even l a r g e r audience working period. g r a d u a t e s in the J u n e , 1936, class j The all-college banquet, u n u s u a l is expected t h i s n e x t Sunday, due The survey embraced 7,396 re- t h r o u g h o u t t h e country. Calcula- ^ in its c i r c u m f e r e n c e of all societies, to the splendid p r o g r a m to be ports on occupational income. It tions d r a w n f r o m the above quoted a p p e a r e d a huge success. F o r m a l offered. The selections are as folrevealed t h a t the amount e a r n e d as figures reveal t h e r e f o r e t h a t these dress f o r girls a n d i n f o r m a l f o r lows: Henry Ver Meer w a s chosen presthe result of f o r t y y e a r s ' work was will e a r n a p p r o x i m a t e l y $27,354,- fellows added a s u m p t u o u s touch. Choral Prelude on ident; Reuben Ongna, vice presi"Ein Fette B a r e " Honff between $60,000 and $200,000 or 000,000. | The n e r v o u s tension which guided Choral Prelude on dent; Ray Boot, secretary; and an a v e r a g e of a p p r o x i m a t e l y $194,"leh ruf l u d i r " Bach Of t h e i n s t i t u t i o n s r e p o r t i n g on the actions of the student body on Rowland Koskamp, manager of the Adagio (Trio, Sonata III) Bach 000 f o r the college m a n , $88,000 the i n v e s t m e n t survey, Princeton F r i d a y b e f o r e t h e p a r a d e w a s eni Toccata and F n f u e Men's Glee Club. There are tWentyf o r the high school g r a d u a t e , and U n i v e r s i t y showed t h e g r e a t e s t in- tirely m i s s i n g on S a t u r d a y . T h e in D Minor Bach S. K. SMITH, authority on voice four members at the present Aftonfrid Hacc $64,000 f o r t h e g r a m m a r school crease in g r a d u a t e s , 7.8%, and alumni, t h e s t u d e n t s and t h e t o w n s Imagery in Tableau.—Edmnndaon | culture, will lead chapel on Thurs- Meetings are held on Tuesdays a t Hymn Tune, Fantasy on graduate. N o t r e D a m e t h e g r e a t e s t decrease, folk will a g r e e t h a t this h a s been day and address speech classes "St. Catherine" McKinley 8:00 P. M. and Thursdays at 4:00 The lifetime value of a college 24.9%. Choral i s A Minor Franck ! one of the -beat Homecomings. daring the day. P. M.

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Statistics Reveal Profit of $102,000 For College Graduate — 63% Per Year

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Prayer Week Program "Jesus Answers Vital Questions*' Monday, 11:00 a. m. — "HUtory." 7:00 p. m. — Group Meeting! — Student Leaden. Tuesday, 11:00 a. m. — "PhUo•ophy.' , Conference — 9-11 a. in., 2-4 p. m. Wednesday, 11:00 a. m. — "Revolution." Conference — 9-11 a. ra., 2-4 p. m . T h u n d a y . 11:00 a. m. — "Symboliiin." Conference — 9-11 a. m., 2-4 p. m. 7:00 p. ID. — O p e n F o r u m . Leader, Dr. Buah. Friday, 11:00 a. m.—"Religion and Life." Conference — 9-11 a. m.

T h e college p a s t o r h a s been holding conferences with the Freshmen and h a s compiled m u c h i n t e r e s t i n g and valuable information about this n e w class. D u r i n g r e g i s t r a F r i d a y a t two o'clock in the Y.M. tion week he w a s assisted in t h i s C. A. room will occur Hope's first work b y committees of t h e Y. M. a - . r u r l Forensic Rally, under t h e C. A. a n d Y. W. C. A. sponsorship of the local c h a p t e r of T a b l u a t i o n of the f a c t s g a t h e r e d Pi K a p p a Delta, the National H o n shows t h a t 56 of t h e 152 F r e s h - o r a r y Forensic F r a t e r n i t y , which men live in the city of Holland, 9 this year will control and direct all have a s t h e i r a d d r e s s e s Holland, speech activities on t h e c a m p u s R.F.D., a n d 87 come f r o m other which will be held on F r i d a y s in places. 105 a r e c h u r c h m e m b e r s , t h e Y. M. C. A. room. T h e committhe o t h e r 47 a t t e n d c h u r c h , t h o u g h tee in c h a r g e of the event, W i l b u r they h a v e not yet definitely affil- Jacobs, chairman, R e n e t t a Shackiated themselves with a ch u rch . son, have p r e p a r e d t h e following Of t h e 105 church m e m b e r s 81 p r o g r a m : belong to the R e f o r m e d C h u r c h , 3 . L B r i e f diBcusgion of t h e p u r p o s e a n d s i g n i f k a n c e of P i K a p p a D e l t a — to the C h r i s t i a n R e f o r m e d , 4 to — - Richard Smith, P r e s i d e n t of t h e l o c a l C h a p t e r the Methodist Episcopal, 5 to the 2 . A n n o u n c e m e n t of t h e F o r e n s i c E v e n t s P r e s b y t e r i a n , 3 to C o m m u n i t y of t h e Y e a r — O r a t o r y — M i s s M e t t a R o s s , C o a c h of churches, 3 to the R o m a n Catholic, Women's Oratory. Interpretive Reading — Christine Verand one each to t h e C o n g r e g a h u l s t . M a n a g e r of all I n d i v i d u a l F o r tional, L u t h e r a n , Wesleyan Methoe n s i c s p n d V i c e P r e s i d e n t of t h e local C h a p t e r . dist, B a p t i s t , U n i t e d B r e t h r e n and Women's Extempore Speaking — Alma Nyland. Manager W o m e n ' s Debate. German Reformed.

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CAMPUS POLITICAL PULSE Now t h a t t h e r e a r e only "six d a y s l e f t t o save o u r c o u n t r y " a n d " t u r n t h e rascals o u t , " or f o u r m o r e b r i g h t and h a p p y y e a r s to look f o r w a r d to u n d e r o u r smiling l e a d e r , even college s t u d e n t s a r e becoming aroused a b o u t the issue. In o r d e r t o get. a cross-section view of s t u d e n t opinion several s t a t e m e n t s h a v e been solicited f r o m v a r i o u s s t u d e n t s . We w a n t everybody enthusiastic, only please do not go and throw a n y records away, or sing " T h r e e L o n g Y e a r s " a t m i d n i g h t under Voorhees windows. In 1932 F r a n k l i n D. Roosevelt w a s elected president. In his i n a u g u r a l address, he not only promised, but by t a k i n g the oath w i t h his hand on the Holy Bible, swore to uphold a n d d e f e n d the constitution. Since then he h a s openly stated t h a t the r i g h t s of citizens upheld, protected, and d e f e n d e d by t h e judicial branch of g o v e r n m e n t have been a hinderance to h i s plans. He even goes so f a r as to s a y t h a t t h e constitution has h i n d e r e d our p r o g r e s s f o r the p a s t t h i r t y y e a r s . I ask you, citizens and v o t e r s , can t h i s be t r u e when we look over the p a s t t h i r t y y e a r s ? Our c o u n t r y has developed to be one of the g r e a t e s t , if not the g r e a t e s t in the world—all t h i s accomplished u n d e r our constitution. Did n o t President Roosevent promise to balance the b u d g e t ? Instead of balance we have a nineteen billion dollar deficit in his three y e a r s as p r e s i d e n t . He also promised to abolish unnecessary offices! Instead of abolishing he h a s created more of these out of his own alphabet soup—most of t h e m like the soup, t h e y need some t hi ng to hold them together. Let us look at his Florida ship canal, his CWA and his AAA with his plowing under of corn, wheat, etc. What h a s happened ? Today we are i m p o r t i n g w h e a t F r a n k l i n Roosevelt plowed under—a fine example of l e a d e r s h i p ! The d a y of j u d g m e n t is not f a r hence and may God guide you to save o u r country and the f u n d a m e n t a l r i g h t s of the Constitution f r o m the claws of despotism. Vote f o r Landon as all thinking A m e r i c a n s a r e l R A L P H D E ROO.

Mr. Roosevelt a s s u m e d the duties as president of the United S t a t e s when t h e American people and institutions were in the lowest depths Of the r e m a i n i n g 47, twenty-five of a depression and when the people were demanding some action f o r a t t e n d t h e Refo rmed church, 14 the improvement of o u r social and financial condition. His first u t t e r t h e C h r i s t i a n R e f o r m e d , 2 the ances w e r e to abandon f e a r in our minds, and instill confidence. Methodist Episcopal, 2 the N e t h e r His a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s and deeds were so pronounced t h a t t h e business l a n d s R e f o r m e d , and one each the condition today h a s and will continue to improve under his various Baptist, Berean Reformed, Presbyalphabetical plans. t e r i a n a n d Gospel Kail. R e g u l a r Every one of the colleges and p r e p a r a t o r y schools have been m a t e a t t e n d a n t s a t church n u m b e r 142 rially assisted t h r o u g h these difficult y e a r s by President Roosevelt and and i r r e g u l a r 10. R e g u l a r a t t e n d the N a t i o n a l Youth administration. Not only have these schools, p a r a n t s a t S u n d a y school n u m b e r 132, ticularly Hope and Calvin colleges, been able to c a r r y out needed 0 i r r e g u l a r 9 and n o n - a t t e n d a n t s 11. projects, b u t our Holland-American y o u t h have been enabled to c a r r y R e g u l a r a t t e n d a n t s a t C. E . meet- Juniors Hold Hay Ride on their education, which they would otherwise have had to forego. ings, or t h e i r equivalent, n u m b e r In conclusion 1 wish to remind the r e a d e r s of a few out of the m a n y On Two Loads Saturday 99, i r r e g u l a r 7 and n o n - a t t e n d a n t s accomplishments, beneficial to our country, achieved by Roosevelt: 46. Those w h o read t h e Bible daily (1) Supplied help f o r m u l t i t u d e s of debt-burdened homeowners A hay ride is to be the central n u m b e r 112, less r e g u l a r l y 36, f e a t u r e of a junior class p a r t y next t h r o u g h HOLC-. while 4 h a v e not established this S a t u r d a y night, October 31. Provided help f o r one-half million f a r m e r s t h r o u g h F a r m (2) habit. 139 engage in p r a y e r daily, Henrietta Bast, the p a r t y chairC r e d i t Adminrstration. 13 less r e g u l a r l y . man, stated t h a t the ride would (3) Supplied c o m f o r t and s a f e t y f o r all w o r k e r s t h r o u g h Old Age In r e g a r d to active C h r i s t i a n • s t a r t f r o m the campus at about a n d Unemployment Insurance. service, 16 are r e g u l a r S u n d a y ! s e v e n o'clock. At Zeeland the pro(4) Opened the b a n k s and made deposits secure t h r o u g h FDIC. school t e a c h e r s , and 31 s u b s t i t u t e cession will halt and take on a (5) C r e a t e d t h o u s a n d s of useful Public W o r k s projects of lasting t e a c h e r s . 46 are, or h a v e been, C.j c a r g o of h a m b u r g e r s and black a n d p e r m a n e n t n a t u r e benefiting every county in the U. S. E . officers or the equivalent, and j coffee. " W e ' r e not going to have P u t 350,000 y o u t h s a t useful work in CCC camps. (6) 67 have s u n g in choirs, 48 a t t e n d hot dogs," said c h a i r m a n Bast, Why not let him continue to complete his ideals? t h e Y. M. C. A. and 53 t h e Y. W. "because I don't like hot dogs." G E R T R U D E YOUNG. C. A., 8 a t t e n d the m e e t i n g s of the Zeeland will be the f a r point of the ride. C h r i s t i a n W o r k e r s League. 1 call f o r the d e f e a t of President F r a n k l i n D. Roosevelt f o r the folCareful calculations have been Those receiving aid f r o m sources lowing r e a s o n s : outside of their families n u m b e r m a d e by the committee, which inHe h a s a t t e m p t e d to spend America out of the depression by adding 30. Those i n t e n d i n g to s t a y the full cludes P a t s y Ver Hulst, J a c k Bur- $13,500,000,000 to the national debt and the American F e d e r a t i o n of f o u r y e a r s n u m b e r 102, t h r e e k e t t , Dorothy Lincoln, and Homer Labor f i g u r e s now show t h a t 12,184,000 are still out of work. y e a r s 2, two y e a r s 27 and one y e a r Lokker. They conclude, f r o m poundHe h a s introduced politics into relief to such a degree t h a t the WPA age statistics, that two h a y wagons worker h a s been intimidated to s u p p o r t the New Deal p a r t y , t h u s 11. Ten a r e undecided. As to music, 107 sing, 53 p l a y , w i l l be enough to c a r r y the entire violating t h e constitution of t h e United S t a t e s . the piano, 10 the clarinet, 11 the p a r t y . He h a s forsaken civil sen-ice f o r politics. Under the New Deal cornet or t r u m p e t , 7 t h e violin, 4 regime t h e percentage of employees u n d e r Civil Service h a s declined t h e trombone, 4 the saxophone, 3 Women Elect Officers; from 80.1 Vr to 63.37r. (Civil Service Commission r e p o r t s and Statisthe g u i t a r , and one each the o r g a n , Group's Purpose Stated tical A b s t r a c t of the United States.) m a r i m b a a n d h armo n ica. He h a s formed reciprocal trade a g r e e m e n t s with o t h e r countries Men's E x t e m p o r e SpeakinK — Dr. Roll a n d S l i a t k s o n . D i r e c t o r of M e n ' s Forensic Activities. W o m e n ' s Debate — P r o f . Clarence DeG r a a f , D i r e c t o r of W o m e n ' s D e b a t e and Extempore Speaking. Men's Debate — Peter Vandenberge, M a n a g e r of M e n ' s D e b a t e . 3 . I n t e r m i s s i o n of f o u r m i n u t e s , in w h i c h students may sign up f o r the events which interest them. 4 . A d d r e s s in a n a l y s i s of t h e d e b a t e iiuestion for the coming y e a r : Resolved: that C o n g r e s s s h o u l d be e m p o w e r e d to fix minimum wages and m a x i m u m hours for industry P r o f . B r u c e M. R a y m o n d . D e p a r t m e n t of H i s t o r y .

As to e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r activities 31 have h a d experience in debating, 39 in o r a t o r y , 59 in j o u r n a l - 1 ism and 83 in d r a m a . In the m a t t e r of life purpose, 36 are looking f o r w a r d to teaching, 17 to business, 12 to medicine, 11 to chemical engineering, 8 to the gospel m i n i s t r y , 8 to n u r s i n g , 6 to law, 5 to j o u r nalism, 4 to f o r e s t r y , 4 to dent i s t r y , 3 to music, 3 to social work, and one each to a r c h i t e c t u r a l engineering, civil engineering, aeronautical engineering, commercial a r t , athletic coaching, dietetics, lib r a r y w o r k , u n d e r t a k i n g , psychiat r y and dress designing while 25 a r e undecided. P e r c e n t a g e s remain a t about t h e same a v e r a g e as f o r t h e last several years, except t h a t t h e r e is a decrease in the n u m b e r p l a n n i n g to go into t e a c h i n g and t h e m i n i s t r y , with an increase in t h e n u m b e r looking f o r w a r d to business careers.

Girls of Hope college took their first definite step toward an organization consisting of all the girls in the school on Wednesday morning, October 14. They elected the following offic e r s : President, Dorothy P a r k e r ; vice president, Katherine Boone; S e c r e t a r y - T r e a s u r e r , Evelyn De Haan. T h e purposes of the g r o u p are t h r e e f o l d : (1) It will be an organization through which the incoming f r e s h m e n can be informed about the rules, standards, and social f u n c t i o n s of the school; (2) Various activities can be sponsored t h a t have been unknown so f a r in the life of the c a m p u s ; (3) It will promote a feeling of f r i e n d s h i p and cooperation a m o n g the girls as a unit. E v e r y girls' group is represented on the council of this organization. A calendar f o r the year is being d r a w n up.

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Dame F o r t u n e placed many p r o m i n e n t a l u m n i in t h e sociallight^, t h i s y e a r . A m o n g t h e f a m i l i a r f a c e s seen about t h e campus were: Herman Lang, histoi7 t e a c h e r in Coopersville high school; Bob F r e e m a n , a u d i t o r in t h e Gene r a l Motors office in F l i n t , Mich.; S t e w a r t Gross, r e p o r t e r on the staff of a S a g i n a w n e w s p a p e r ; and F e r r i s H e r i n g , principal of the F r e n c h school in N u n i c a ; Cornelia Tyssee, teacher in the g r a d e school in F a i r v i e w ; Muriel C h a r d , g r a d e school i n s t r u c t o r in G r a n d R a p i d s ; K a t h l e e n Donahoo, l i b r a r i a n in Det r o i t ; M a r g a r e t D r e g m a n , instruct o r in A l l e g a n ; Lois V a n d e r Meulen, s t u d e n t a t t h e U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; J e a n R o t t s c h a e f e r , student a t the University of Michi g a n ; Agnes Van Ostenberg, ins t r u c t o r in the Z e e l a n d g r a d e school; Mina Becker, instructor in the Zeeland high school; Agnes P a t t e r s o n , t e a c h e r in E a s t Saugatuck; Ruth Muilenberg, i n s t r u c t o r in Brown City, Mich.

WARM FRIEND TAVERN a Holland Institution

merit.

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which have resulted in the importation of $500,000,000 worth of foreign produce while our f a r m e r is being paid f o r not r a i s i n g crops. He has coerced i n d u s t r y and a g r i c u l t u r e t h r o u g h the p a s s a g e of the NRA, the K e r r Tobacco Act, and the P o t a t o Control Act of 1935. However, he will not assure i n d u s t r y and a g r i c u l t u r e t h a t these same acts will not again be passed in the event of his re-election. He h a s a t t e m p t e d to centralize our g o v e r n m e n t and direct local affairs f r o m 4 , h e national capital. D u r i n g the l a s t three and one-half years this system h a s proven to be a m a z i n g l y inefficient. He h a s a t t e m p t e d to bring our S u p r e m e Court into d i s r e p u t e f o r exercising its duty as provided by the constitution. He h a s completely disregarded his p a r t y p l a t f o r m except f o r one thing—the repeal of prohibition. On the o t h e r hand. Governor Landon h a s proven to the people t h a t he is an honest, capable and reliable public s e r v a n t by his p a s t record W E N D E L L A. M I L E S .

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HORNETS KEEP LEAGUE RATING AGAINST DUTCH H u n t Snatches V i c t o r y O u t Of A i r In L a s t P e r iod Of B i g T e s t Hope's homecoming bid f o r M. I. A. A. conference l a u r e l s met a h e a r t - r e n d i n g defeat l a s t S a t u r d a y when t h e Dutch eleven gave way b e f o r e a p e r s i s t e n t K a l a m a zoo college t e a m , which pulled the g a m e out of t h e fire f r o m a 7-7 tie in the final q u a r t e r when Red H u n t m a d e a spectacular dash down the south sideline with an intercepted pass to win t h e contest. In spite of the s t i n g i n g defeat which leaves Hope out in the colc as f a r as first place honors are concerned, the packed s t a n d s coulc have asked f o r nothing better in the way of t h r i l l s and excitement Spectacular R u n s Spectacular runs, long passes and iron line work kept the crowd on its feet t h r o u g h o u t most of the f o u r q u a r t e r s . Both t e a m s feasted m e r r i l y upon b r e a k s with penalties, f u m b l e s and intercepted p a s s e s coming with clock-like r e g u l a r i t y . Kalamazoo's first score came in the second half when they recovered a f u m b l e d punt in midfield. R u n n i n g f o u r first downs in succession, the H o r n e t s placed the ball on Hope's f o u r yard line with four downs to go. Finely Scores Twice On two plunges Finely went over to score. He kicked the goal and added 7 points to his high scoring record in the M. I. A. A. Hope went to work then, and outplayed the H o r n e t s decisively. A drive of five first downs failed to get a touchdown, b u t when the t e a m s changed goals a t t h e third q u a r t e r m a r k , T h o m a s r a n back a Kalamazoo p u n t to the H o r n e t 25 y a r d line. It w a s called partially back f o r clipping, and a penalty was meted out, b u t the stage w a s set f o r a Hope touchdown.

^SPORTS Frosh Plan Game At Kazoo

Defeated Greenclads

The f r e s h m a n football t a l e n t of the

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eleven a week f r o m next F r i d a y when they j o u r n e y to Kalamazoo f o r a game, with the Western S t a t e frosh. A f t e r t h e i r 0-0 tie with Holland high in t h e i r first encounter of the y e a r , the first year boys still have t h e i r laurels to win if they w a n t uphold

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BLACK R I V E R was the scene of t h e climax and conclusion of the sive ability, if at all in question, annual soph-frosh games October 16 when 18 sccond year huskies will find an ample opportunity f o r slowly pulled the f r o s h squad through t h e muddy water. The r e f e r e e sounded the opening gun at 3:30 which called the attention of a large proof next week. crowd to the t a u t rope f r o m bank to bank. At the present w r i t i n g the f r e s h man lineup, as released by Coach Schouten, is as follows: Roy KlomVoice S c i e n t i s t S p e a k s "A Voice-Conscious D a y " p a r e n s and Honholt, ends; Allen Mr. Smith h a s lectured in the To Student Body and Dingham, tackles; Miller and l a r g e s t universities, colleges, and Ridenour, g u a r d s ; Powers, c e n t e r ; (Continued from page 1) high schools of the countrv. He Vander L a a n , q u a r t e r b a c k ; Brannock, Hendricks and Lokker, halfh a s spoken before most of the conare invited. backs; and Esveld, fullback. s e r v a t o r i e s and private schools and Auto-Trailer L a b o r a t o r y Mr. Smith's l a b o r a t o r y is built in m a n y private studios. In 1935

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point in h e r round robin schedule w h e r e she begins to play f o r t h e second t i m e the t e a m s she played e a r l i e r in the season. Hope's opponents in the next two weeks will be Alma a n d Olivet. T h e g a m e with A l m a next Saturday

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g a m e s this fall, and f r o m all indications it will be one of t h e best. A l m a r a t e s a notch h i g h e r t h a n Hope in t h e M. I. A. A. s t a n d i n g s , and the Dutch will be out to set the Scots down. Inflict 6-0 D e f e a t A l m a inflicted a 6-0 d e f e a t on

Hope's t e a m the first g a m e of the The fine defensive line play, and season a f t e r the locals had pushed J a p p i n g a ' s p u n t i n g which kept the Dales at bay, may t a k e the credit the Scots all over the field, and for the tie g a m e a g a i n s t a spirited Coach H i n g a ' s boys will be r i g h t eleven which Hinga considers the up and at 'em next S a t u r d a y . best in the league. T h e tussle here will give Holland In the last three q u a r t e r s of the f a n s a chance to see w h a t the new game, neither t e a m was able to e x p e r i m e n t in the league this year p e n e t r a t e enemy t e r r i t o r y past the will do. T h e second g a m e in a sea35-yard line. Long passes were con- son between two t e a m s should be sidered too d a n g e r o u s by the Hope an i n t e r e s t i n g t h i n g to watch. A l m a seemingly h a s an offense team to use, and Hope followed the style of play employed t h e r e of about a p a r with Hope's, b u t previously — t h a t of w a i t i n g f o r t h e i r d e f e n s e is decidedly weaker. Scores and s t a n d i n g s give the Alma breaks. t e a m an edge, b u t reckoning of a c t u a l power would point to a Cleaning and P r e s s i n g Expert Workmanship Hope win. Hope Should D e f e a t Olivet In the second g a m e listed b e f o r e all kinds of a n o t h e r issue of the Anchor m a k e s TAILORING, ALTERATIONS, its a p p e a r a n c e , Hope should get a REPAIRING win over Olivet. The local eleven A t Reasonable Prices h u n g one on the Comets upon t h e i r L o k k e r - R u t g e r s Co.—Second Floor visit here, a n d Alma is the only team t h a t h a s been able to pile up t h a t m a n y points on Olivet this season. T h e r e is no doubt b u t w h a t OliW i t h y o u r n a m e or i n i t i a l vet h a s improved, b u t it is very p r i n t e d to o r d e r w i t h o r unlikely t h a t they will improve w i t h o u t college s e a l . enough to count a win over the Dutch. $ 1 . 0 0 up T h e g a m e will be played in B a t tle Creek, because the Comets do not have a field at t h e i r college grounds.

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