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VOLUME XXXVI

I f O P E COLLEGE, HOLLAND, MICHIGAN,

DETROIT WINS FROSH AND SOPHS OVER HOPE BY TO EDIT ANCHOR BLOCKED KICK GLEX

M l ' D MAKES PASSES AND E N D R U N S IMPOSSIBLE IN SLOW ^ GAME In whaf seemed to be a sea Jfope and the Detroit City eleven battled ttercely with winning In the lust q u a r t e r 7-0

S E V E R E N C E X AM ED FROSH CHIEF

Interfered with Japlnga'a p u n r a n d re^ '0C'1' l e h S(,h001 covered the ball on t h e 5 yard line. !, "n n i t. , ^ . f o l l o w i n g the usual plan, each vear r w o line plunges pushed the ball over ^ • n year VO r g r a d u a t e for Detroit. classee, n a m e iy t h e mu u o ,, ' Sophomores and the F r e s h m e n The heavy field prevented H o p e h n V A h . a ./ . . . , , have been given t h e opportunity of ,eriaiTattack and ciass t a i e „ t z 0 1 r t l n f f t h e en<ls Ja I>lnffa a n d I " f ' "f Journalistic and literary Znnten were quite successful in During t h e pa8t year8 t h e r

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gaining ground t h r o u g h Detroit's line, but all a t t e m p t s at end r u n s ended in flounderings. Masselink played his first g a m e at end and proved to be a defensive star, often he succeeded in Inflicting a loss upon the, opponents. L a m b e r t and Lltzenbergsr were Detroit stars. Hope was outweighed both in the line and backfleld, which proved to be a h a n d i c a p in ,the slippery mud. ' vVar-

The " F r o s h " edition will follow this edition and t h e "Sophs" n u m b e r will come the week following the F r e s h m e n number. In introducing 1 this plan .the present active active staff staff will will have some m e a n s of resting up d u r i n g

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1 D 0 It, R U t 1°"^ - ^ ^ K n 0 W 8 eVeral 0 t h e r 8 8UCh a S ..v^0' ^ . 8hould She W 1 W h a t U a na tnet <e 1d T e s e n r ggovernovem' ^ ^ — h a t She should ''^"Knize recognize the" the ppresent ^ ' '*A " A"n"( l W n,ent ot the C0Vent They Never R ^ l a " . will be t h e task of the Hope allege deleters d u r i n g 1 : l U p h t M e T h a t • , , a n d "The G a m e of this year 8 ' competition In t h e Mich' i g a n De,)at,n f f League. The opera is produced by Milton was recently recently decided decided ^ ' ) o r n a n d was composed by Victor 'Phe question was Upon

lous a t t e m p t s by both t e a m s at ward passes ended up In f a i l u r e s lo the condition of t h e ball and Held. The g a m e In in detail was as as lows.

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of mud, College Anchor. u captain. Kinney, Luben, Alienor, Mr. mr. r e v e r e n c e who is i^unen, College VonT^o o,. . ROH1 , e I ( , h o U fIIHP i very ca pable of handling t h e edition e , VanBtas. Clicquennoi, Detroit a,d I a years experience as a Jour- Ssaid.. " as a re- h a H h a , I a y e a r 8 e x l ) e r l c n c e "« " J juui om. Frack Meet, Saturday, 2:00 P. n e f 0 r e ComlnK to Mr The boll W«H ""P"' M.. Kazoo vs. Hope, (lioro.) and L a m b e r t « e v e r e n t e edltur-ln-chlef uf the

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LIGHT OPERA IN MR. WILDER UNABLE SECOND NUMBER TO MEET STUDENTS AS WAS SCHEDULED

H o p e Crops Country .team will compete with the Kalamazoo College tear.. AS Saturday, Got. 81, at 2 P. M. It will »>e a four and a half mile run. s t a r t i n g at Columbia and 11th street. This is 0nIy

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1925

H O P E M E E T S KAZOO C O L L E G E

Glen Severence of t h e class of '2.), ^ h a s been elected Editor-in-Chief of t h e t h e F r e s h m a n edition of the Hope ^

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STeat Christian Washington Conference, Terence, he wiw waa one of t h e main 8I)eaker8 and he also was a s p e a k e r a t the Student Volunteer Conference in Grand Rapids last year. Mr. Wilder'a t y e of lec,turefi httVe b e e ^ n of such an leader8

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A f t e r an Incomplete f o r w a r d pass * ^ n ' t let your imagination run debates will be held eithT h e October n u m b e r of t h e Mlchl- " 0 l n t e < i a•', S , ' 0 U P l e a d e , ' 8 t 0 ' ^ d . t h e l r e, im thev'iv ffrom k-nin^o— • n i e d i a t e l y before or i m m e d i a t e ounied. Little Littio an^d vvnnr'o u-m riot Prayer a n d dl8cuss rio,t because they're r o m Kalamazoo. JJanimra a p i n g a punted. a n c e waa Ban Education Journal, official organ m^hoda ly a f t e r Christmas vacation. OI i n e 8 beUer splrltual W e have several s t u d e n t s f r o m there. made by^ either team and the q u a r t e r """ ..o i.win n i f i e . . t a t e Teachers' of t h e Micnigan Michigan sState Teachera' assoasso- " T. ' " .' Interest Saj 8 C1 de be n8: ma<te to e3C b ebe8 shown h o w n Cino College l I e e life. T h u s f a r . can ended with the ball in Detroit's pos' y a f t e r he had signed t h e . . . ' tend c i u t l o n pubUghed m Lansing contains 8 T h u s far. aetlvitles on session on tthe h e equator. contract, "Wow! No more contracts the c a m p u s in a cut of H o n .G. J . D i e k e m a who is to a C C O r d i n s t o a 1 1 Preparations, a blgt 0 HiKn u n , i l 0t a -"V m a r r i a g e a g r e e m e n t ^ F ^ h m e n a n d Girls' b e o n e o f t h e 8 p e a k e r 8 a t a ^ r P r a y e r Week will be had t h a n Second Q u a r t e r 6 Whlch w e r e D e b a t ' n g teams. The F r e s h m e n t e a m s convention. ' " r m e r l y held. Detroit recovered a punt t h a t was is submitted." So here's hopln'. will be directed with the purpose of Undoubtedly each g r o u p will meet fumbled by Kleis and then made first Undei Mr D e Under Mr' Dlekema's cut t h e fol- in Individual rooms which will be as' ' The Northwestern Classical Acad- developing men for the varsity team down on end runs. On the next end iv .sifrned later. b y t h e a M O < . l a t k m U n l o n V l ng n g ,is 8 Pprinted: rlnted: T h e Girls' Debating team will be a run, Masselink threw the opposing emy had her opening exercises on t h e p e r m a n e n t organization if enough enHon. G. J . Diekema. A. M„ LL. B., F u r t h e r plans and g r o u p divisions half-back for a loss of five yards, 10th of September, Rev. A. Haverthusiasm is shown in the project. Holland, Michigan, lawyer and states- will be posted on t h e Bulletin board wnen m nair emieu .me ball bail was on , < a m , ) t b e Central R e f o r m e d c h u r c h . .. when thee half ended .the Another aim of t h e Pi K a p a Delta man, is senior m e m b e r of one t h e in Van R a a l t e Hall. Xt is hoped t h a t SiOUX d e 0f t h e P1 K Hope's 23 yard line with no score " v ^ d the opening . ^ n 0 t h e , • a p a Delt lH leading law firms in Western Michi- t h e entire student body will t a k e a for either team. address. to send a representative debatln t e a m to t h e National Pi K a p p a Delta gan, and h a s served the s t a t e and na- keener interest in t h e P r a y e r Week 0 n t h e ev(, in Third Q u a r t e r " P of Sept. 22. t h e in- ' Debating contest which will be held tion in several capacities. Mr. Dieke- Pton, a , a a t l o n s of " the new principal. Rev. The third q u a r t e r proved a vei-y 111 ! j 8 i e 8 P aarrkk . Colorado. Iltt was aa memoer m e m b e r or of tthhee Michigan Michigan at ,Estes The child child ,ma . . , . ' J-i.. D. D. Dykstra, took place. nlacp Aft*. ^ ' Colorado. The o 6 01101t (ee(le(1 ln a a lab0r f,ue8tIon wHI be the H oHouse u s e o f of Representatives f ofro rfour four vancin^the ) ' devotional exercises Rev H Colen topic for Representatives HOME VOLUNTEERS 0 , e n vancin Hev. H. ^ C vancin the the ball ball to to within within aa foot foot of of h r a n ( l e r - debate at this contest. terms. 1885 to 1801, and Speaker of ftd(lresfled t h e goal but t h e Orange and Blue line 7 - a | , ( , i e ^ 8 e d t h e audience on The t h e House in 1889. He was a m e m regular meeting of t h e Home L V ( ) l u t I ( ) n V8, t h e Vo,u was impregnable. A f t e r t h u s holding A f t p i " f h T . h ^ble" ber of the Spanish Treaty Commission n t e e r s was held a t Van Vleck ALLIGATOR HUNTING favore them for four downs Hope punted out jvfiss \ l i o l / h 7 d by on r FI lruiudya y *asi last f rform o m 5 5'.to.to 6 6 9 0 0 t 0 1 ioa* 906, a^ n d con re8S P R O V E S H i r T H R i r r ff rr o0 mm 1lonn ^ m a n " Hall "" 0,16 0f t h e t e a C h f r o m 0 cl0rk danger. It was also during this period ^ a t h! . ' ' ' the F i f t h District of Michigan ' - Mr- J o h n Moedt, one of our t h a t Kleis intercepted a pass and ran spoke on th ^ e V " D >' k «tra )() C n "i Ke on the sub erf "Tho . A bright ray of light shone over t h e ' " T 1 9 0 G t 0 1 9 1 0 - I n 1 9 1 2 h - e w a 8 T T ^ ^ * for 25 yards but failed to elude t h e a True Education."." 1,16 N a t l 0 n a l R e ub ca R e l a t l 0 n 0f t h e 1 8 d a r k , dirty waters of that Florida lake o T " ^ P " " , ry to ^ M' " safety man because of .the mud. T h e one evenina-. Tt w n . Speakers Bureau in Chicago. Mr. . o U,eaU C hiea 0 M r 1 0 MM'sslons." 1S8l0n8 J J( > hhnn presented e8e one evening. It was evidently some T , " « ' ' T ' P ' " t e d aa q f u r t e r ended with still no score and o 0 sporting millionaire enjoying an aillT ' b e e n l d e n t l f i e d V V l t h ' l l l e d T " 1 6 , 0 ' 11,18 8 U b J e 0 t a n < 1 t h e n the ball near t h e center of the field. • COLLEGE BULLETIN . g a t o r hunt; but on Inquiring later it " C a U o n a l l n t e r e s t 8 i n H o " a " d ' o r ^ ' l e d f o r f u r t h e r discussion. This Fourth Quarter * . proved to be no other t h a n long " J i m " T o T d ^ ^ ^ proveT " , ^ ^ This q u a r t e r spelled doom for Hope, * 0<l. 27—V. M. C. A. 68 succ » Popnen nitrber OF TH0 T. UI education and as President P e s 8 f u l , a n d a great deal Is for, with only five minutes to play De- * eIPeCte< Oct. 29—V. W. C. A. 1 o r l l ; club Jn t , r " T 6 ^ •the 0 0 U n C , l 0f H 0 ' , e C 0 l l e ^ ' •t0 b e 8 0 t t e n — troit blocked a punt and made a * S t e r O , a t 0 r a n d t e a C h r 0 P l e a 8 e b e U n d e r 8 tood Oct. 29—Orchestra. . h u n t . " J i m " admitted It was J r e l l s 7 * - * * * * b y " II' ^ '' touchdown. Thus t h e scoreless tie was * S u n d a y noon by al our . sport, better than fishing for min fo--"everal years he has s t u d e n t s t h a t t h e Home broken and Detroit had won 7-0. « 0f m e n ln 0 t . nows in Lake Michigan or on Black i U o T Z ^ ^ • Suiniiiary m e c h u r c h T h e 8u h 8e B h o * lake. U gives a bigger thrill t h a n h J e c t of his ad" ' " t e n d to enter any field. Grand Rapids vs Hope. Hope Detroit t0 t h e HlKh 8Ch001 a n d pitching In a pinch he told us E'emen® m , n l 8 t r y H o n e , but any field Oct, 30—Home Volunteers. Damson (Capt L.E Lester Dlvl, i<)n8 w111 be According to " J i m " the best time ' " C h a r a c t e r J C h r l 8 t l a n E n d e a v o r h e r e at home. Oct. 30—Student Volunteers. VerMeulen L.T Lambert • Oct. 31—-Cross-Country R u n tor hunting the "little g a t e r " is on a ^ ^ ^ ^ 7 Feii L.G Buxton Hope vs. Kazoo College. d a r k night In a launch with a power- O range your schedule with an h Cole c Welgeled ful searchlight. Throw t h e big hook Several of our Alumni spoke at t h e ' o r devotion to Christ t h r o u g h o!!r VanderHart R.G Bates and line In the water and wait pa- celebration the 75th a n n i v e r s a r y of Volunteer Group. OV une Detroit 0 0 frtl* O V . AN ir.r • . , t O . . JJ ' 0. 7—7 tiently for a heavy tugging. Suddenly t h e union of classis Holland with aSS€ " Robbins Substitutions—Hope. Essenbaggers. t h e little c r a f t receives an a w f u l Jerk, the R e f o r m e d Church, held In WiFog VanZanten Q.B Stemmelen W. Peelen, M. Peelen, Bovenkirk, Bes- t h e engine is stopped and t h e occu- n a n t s chapel. In the a f t e r n o o n Prof The "1I1 ...L.H,B ...... Litzenberger, wink, Kastein; ueiroit, Detroit, Hpence, Spence, Rehn. Rehn, PPaannttss get get aa ffrreeee ride ride for for aa few few miles. miles. T. T. E. E. Welmers. Welmers. Rev. Rev. G. G. De De JJonge. D On On litfip little 7^ 7f ^# * „ ^C W o n e e 1> l i m , ivasi^in, KleLH R H B 0 , d e n t R.H.B Oldent Cunningham, Cunningham, Oldane, Sadows, Young. W h e n the alligator becomes tired of D.. D-. and Rev. Seth V a n d e r W WArf u R ou ** e r f ' a d I It UH . a L t . 11 b 1 a n d Japinga..; F.B Lempton Referee—Died. (Washington and J e f - his load they cut t h e rope or shoot dressed t h e group. At niglit Mr. W y n on silent"^ ^ hIm a a 60 aunche8 Score ferpon). Time of Quarters—15 mlnn d then proceed down t h e lake n d W i c h e r s spoke to a large audilarge audi- And then moves on. 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Listen— Quick, dry, f a i n t r y round. iXrCoflege ' " ' " t y of Iowa OCTOBER T h c third of the M n n t Rer|efl: whereby ootceptlonal s t u d e n U will be p.-of, W l n t e r | n eduontion clasw: Like steps of passing ghosts, October!!! Nights with winter In Subscription...' $1.50 Per Year graduated in less .than four years " i can prove to you t h a t two are The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break f r o m without carrying extra work, is to be one." t h e air. Snow t h a t t u r n s to rain bet h e trees . . STAFF Lights A*nd fall, tried out here this fall. s i l l Mnat: "It all depends, wh.i fore it r e a c h e s t h e g r o u n d . Rdltor-In-Chlef Dwight B. Yntema The system will be open In most of they a r e . " casting glistening patches of a m b e r Adelaide Crapsey. Associate Editors— the large d e p a r t m e n t s Including Kng^ on wet pavements. The kind of weaAnna Mae Tysse llsh. physics, chemistry, F r e n c h and The other day Helen F e h n e r waa t h e r which proverbially should m a k e Neil Van Oostenberg one. feel blue, but it only succeeds In mathematics. In which examinations talking about a "Charley Horse." Will be held for t h e s e l e c f M l of unusR u t h Kennel looked dubious and m a k i n g one feel mystified. A shiver DeiMirtinent E d i t o r s It provides for thc asked, " W h a t ' s a Charley Horse? is of delight goes down one's back as ho Randrene Schutt Campus ual students. looks at a d a r k e n e d window,—4ialf Anne Meengs Alumni "granting of honor credits to the end it a new kind of vehicle?" expecting to find a big p u m p k i n 0 Russell Damstra Sports that a good student m a n y g r a d u a t e on Voorhees can also boast of an or- grinning or scowling a t him. Then J o h n DeBell, Peter Wesselink..Humor the basis of these credits In leas t h a n Saturday morning f r o m come frosty days, with t h e smell of Hermina Reinhart E x c h a n g e four years to the same extent that ho chestra. regular burning leaves in t h e air and s p a r k Now, Phideas Krinkle, oarly in K a t h r y n Keppel Campusology might be t a k i n g excess registration." 11:55 to 12 o'clock Is t h e his college course, would have ling sunlight playing on .the multi-colA a r o i Ungersma Questions Honor rolls a r e to be published at the hour for practice. no frills, either as regards scholc l o s e o f t h e se<, y e a r based on ored t r e e s — " A u t u m n - g o l d . " 0 Bllas Wlersma Statistics on'' arship and studies, or. equipgrades earned during t h e first t h r e e Geraldine Smies left for WisconHowever If m a n y come to school m e n t . H e n c e , we f o u n d him Reporters semesters of the Junior college. sin last F r i d a y night and h e r m o t h e r nowadays looking hollow-eyed and (that is, some one did) buying J a m e s Ten Brink Head R e p o r t e r The plan also provides for special arrived in Holland S a t u r d a y morning. wan (or even if they have "October a pen for $1.37 — today only Arlyne H a a n ; H a r r i e t Henneveld; classes foi those who show unusual If each one had known w h e r e t h e Colds")—it is not because fall is here, — and putting the difference J o h n Mulder; Hester Ossewaarde. ability. between that and the price of a other one was they might have wav- but r a t h e r because t h e first six P a r k e r D u o f o l d in books— ed to each other while t h e boats weeks have ended. Meanwhile every • —o good books, too, let it be unBusiness XXT^A, At any rate, Mrs. professor p r e p a r e s his questions—hisNorth-Western college has a were passing. derstood. And passing charitaGerard C. Pool Business Manager * • i ( anadian Booster club, made up ?t Smies returned home and Geraldine tory repeats itself a s every Fre»hmnn, bly over some profane lapses, J a c o b Kik, Carl Bovenkirk Ass'ts ^ . will return to Hope as soon as s h e Sophomore. J u n i o r a n d Senior buys he got along with it till graduCanadian students; also an Iowa v Eliot Weler Subscrption Manager i- ,, Q 1 0 ... has recovered from her Illness e n a t i o n , a n d then some. We're blue books and vows .that never beKansas, a Minnesota, an Ohio, and a liberal—it would make a mark tirely. fore had he so m u c h work to do. — " Nebraska Booster club. The K a n s a s when you pressed it, frequently. Accepted for mailing at special r a t e o r s i l n l ! ! a t l o n thlrty.8lx gtud But every Hope student, no m a t t e r But Krinkle, with this pennyof postage provided by Section 1103, We a r e glad to be able to tell y o u how scholarly, knows what they write as members. Indiana a n d the Badgor grasping trait, went bankrupt Act of October, 1917, authorized Oct. that Lily Mae H'awkins is g e t t i n g about "all work and no play." We s t a t e a r e also represented; and the three years after graduation. 1», 1918. And he never did amount to Rainbow Booster clv.b h a s a m e m - along nicely. hear frequent, faint whisperings of much after. ghostly parties.— bership of fifty coming from Ne.v WELCOME T H E BAND Jack Free, on the other hand, Jersey to California, and from Qreeco Though College days have Hester Oossewaarde spent t h e had an eye to quality, beauty, to China. their delights week-end at her a u n t ' s h o m e in Zeeand—oh yes—quality. His secA hostess must smooth over t h e They can'.t c o m p a r e with land. If It's not one a u n t Hester is ond week in college found him g a p s in the conversation of h e r College nights. visiting, it's t h e other. W h a t a blessSo nigh Is g r a n d e u r .to our dust with a Parker Duofold. Makes guests. All she needs, is diversion of no difference if he did steal i t -o W h e n duty whispers low "Thou ing to have a u n t s — b u t not the kind some kind. Cheer leaders a r e selected v he knew what sort to steal, and (ants) we have in Voorhees. must." for their ability to keep pep alive at the victim b o u g h t another The youth replies. "I c a n . " -oParker, anyway. Well, to coin a an athletic contest. But a crowd can phrase, that was just like Jack, Alice Cold well visited Sybilllne not be expected to yell all the t i m e and he graduated and signed society last Friday night. She took id so we need the band to fill up his first check with a flourish Rush week is staged every year P e a r l e Leenhouts with her for i h e ese gaps in the most agreeable way. and a Parker. And, due, it must a b o u t this time, its purpose being to week-end. Wouldn't it be nice to have t h e be admitted in fairness by all, . .J give the f r e s h m e n , a s well as those — „ — „ — „ — . . — „ — „ — M lo this belief and insistence on band parade on the field before t h e <»f the u p p e r classmen who have not quality at all costs, he went Alice Van Hattem and On S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n at two g a m e ? To have the band players out Margaret y e t j 0 i n e < i a fl0Ciety the opportui;stony broke in two years. t h e r e all in u n i f o r m , standing in o clock t h e r e will be staged a now P o h l m a n spent Saturday i n 0rnn,l ;• ^ e v e i U 1,1 , , n e ' o f ity to Join one. You have t h e selecSo there really was little adr a n k s and playing the college song, is athletics. Hope will R a P*ds—shopping, so they say. t i Uo Un I 1 o U f l fm r ,. 1 0i 1l ,.1 u n r l n f l ^ . . • societies. I noose t h e one vantage in the Parker Duofold about all we could ask for tn ,the way ^ *«'«'«' ^ - c o u n t r y track meet you think you will be most Interested over the orphan-pen, except Isl of a pep life saver. And We hope it w l 1 ' 1 K a , a m a z o o college on H o p e s a P r i u m and J a c k Hinken w e r e in.—The College Chronicle having something decent to will come to thL: soon. write with during the period four and one-half mile course. This quests at Voorhees last F r i d a y night. mentioned. So welcome tL? band, a n o t h e r :n- will be the first time this course is The custom of wearing academic M a r t h a B a r k e m a graced the Delr.titution that has a very definite place used for a competlve meet so t h e time gowns, caps, and hoods dates back to on t h c campus. We ask it to find Its required to m a k e it will be interesting, l ^ i society with her sweet, beign about the t w e l f t h century. T h e cold Kazoo's team Is known to be jf presence last F r i d a y evening. And place and fill its place at Hope. buildings of medieval times in which mo, e quality "par excellence" so that no ' t h a n that-—she favored t h e m the masters were obliged to teach. ;•?o easy victory is looked for. However w i t h some sweet music. <iuired caps and hoods which n a t u r a l SHALL W E AliL GO TO OOLLROi:? our track men are t r a i n i n g h a r d In A Complete Stock of ly were patterned a f t e r t h e long the expectation of giving their utv. w . c. \. flowing robe, the prevailing dress o( PARKER D U 0 F 0 L D S In these days more and more s t u - m 0 8 t n e x t Saturday. T h e y especially t h e times.Williamette Collegian. T dents are flocking to college. ^ e desire the support of the s t u d e n t W. meeting held in llu.' and ,KH V The wonder what the reason for such a ^ race will begin on Colum- chapel, T h u r s d a y evening Oct M -•>» in 1S04 IA;»4 a commission, comm: Tn representa sudden Inbux can be. Is It a vast 1m- 1,111 , i n ( 1 S e v e n t h streets and will end led by Kdlth Weaver. The leader tlve of t h e leading American CONKLIN PENS in f l o n t o f pulse for attaining knowledKe that Is ' chapel. The Hope men to very clearly and earnestly emphaslis- ie K es met to discus, a c a d e m i c on sale a t sweeping t h e world? An honest ot- , " n ar* ^ p t . Klk, Kinney, Field- ed t h e necessity of faith. We need monlals; A year later a s t a t u t e w.«' houHe v faith to f o r t to prepare oneself f o r a useful ' " " Kss, Clicquennoi, f«lth to s t r a i g h t e n out the little flraw up submitted and generally and successful life? Or Is it merely and Bossard.—Let's be there to t-.ngle. of life. F a i t h is t h e band of ^ . p t e d . Seven hundred colleges and t h e result of public opinion, or a de- cheer! e sou to grasp t h e unseen. universities In t h e Tnlted States and sire for four more years of coveted -oW e need faith to gain t h e victories Canada, t h e Philippines and Porto playtime, or a fad of the present, Schouten is removing the mothballs over ourselves, to overcome the sins Hlco, in T u r k e y and in Syria n o * obgenei a tion > Whatever the reason, f r o m , , ! , s k e t l,a11 " I t P«yt to T r a d e at ha Model." u n i f o r m s and U which hinder us. Our s t r e n g t h m u s t serve the Intercollegiate system In yenr

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t h e fact is the fact. Many colleges and n ^ a l n l o w i n g on the practice whistle, eome f r o m a higher source -r. i ^ u • ^ ' 600 Un v e K as ts o v n universities a r e forced to limit ihe course we will miss t h e basketball "Believing is seeing," is t h e Chris#- ' ^ ^ ^ tnrs n u m b e r of students and must provide us last year but we tian's motto as opposed to t h e w o r l d ' s — — 811,1 h a v c > a new s t a n d a r d s of requirements in lot of m a t e r i a l left. Capi view. It is the true, t h e genuine o r d e r to eliminate the undesirable ^ l ^ r s has four o t h e r t e a m m a t e s faith which prays persistently. "More D U MEZ BROS. student. There a r e nearly as m a n y P^ppen, Lubbers, Kleis and Vanden t h i n g s a r e wrought by p r a y e r t h a n t e plans for doing this as t h e r e a r e dlf- Brink. Besides these men there is an ^ world d r e a m s of." The h a r d Dry G )ods, C o a t s . S u i t s a n d ferent colleges. The question t h e i e - a b u n d a n c e of new material. Some things In life, the c h a s t i s e m e n t s Millinery for is a vital one, who should go to of Melve Lubbers' pals from Cedar l e n g t h e n us and. give us t h e victory, HOLLAND, . . MICH college? W h a t s t a n d a r d s should Ne Grove a r e si)id to be pretty adept at H e r m i n a made a few helpful r e m a d e u n i f o r m ? We might suggest an putting t h e ball t h r o u g h t h e loop, m a r k s In which s h e especially s t r e s s Intellectual standard, based either on We at last do not d o u b t thivt Schou- 6(1 t h e great need of f a i t h in o u r past scholarship or an intelligence ten will not put out a n o t h e r team -jf ^very-day life. Others discussed In as tests . Some might use t h e waiting lf4«t year's calibre. -heart-to-heart talks the subject Where Must Ladies Go I list method. Or p e r h a p s we might o which Is of such vital i m p o r t a n e e to have an age limit. The question Is, On Friday Ho-pe plays Grand Bap- ^ us. whom does college benefit m o s t ? W* J u n i o r College. F o r the s a k e of F o u r T h e r e is a growing opinion that col- the spectators and the team we hope fraternities at Davidson colDo You? ,eR:e h a v e lege is detrimental to business men, Mie weather will he favorable. Last adopted t h e small hoiwe Expert Work dove on Robbing but helpful to those who intend to year t h e pume with J u n i o r ended with P l a n r e c o m m e n < l e d by t h e Board ot Shingling and Marcel Waving, puisne Intellectual occupations. if neither team having a score. We do t r u s t e e s . This means each will build" you a r e planning to teach or preach not know what It will be this year. You a s n i a 1 1 house consistli sr of a recepOver Green Mill Cite : or a r g u e law or practice medicinc, had better come oqt and see for t.on hall, lounging room, kitchenette HOLLAND, MICH. s: go to college. But if you are going yourself. and meeting room. The m e m b e r s will M to be a railroad m a n or a b a n k e r or room in t h e dormitories on the c a m pus. any type of business man, stay out of I reSPe0t f 0 r ^0, I T U . illMMMMMUIIMI college. They tell us it only spo ^ • •0 t h e m . It is just wasted time worse , " V a n t a g e s they themselve,

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ers, who, weary of t h e sight of ina n i m a t e material, a r e going f o r t h to behold t h e gigantic projects and w o n d e r f u l creations of the Master Architect. We see them m a k i n g theiu. pilgrimages to N i a g a r a Falls to m a r vel a t the greatest water-works project known t h r o u g h o u t the ages, we behold them struggling enthusiastically upward a m o n g mountain c r a g s and crannies to satisfy their h u n g . y eyes with a sight of t h e eternal hills lifting their towering spires out of the valleys into t h e r a r e r a t m o s p h e r e of majestic heights, or we see t h e m delving into t h e caverns of t h e e a r t h to ge.t a fleeting glimpse of s u r p a s s ingly beautiful s u b t e r r a n e a n a r t i s t r y " w h e r e the mosses weep in eternal shadow."

As t h e writer was passing t h r o u g h t h e central states on his way to thla little city by the Inland sea, he sa»v m a n y conveyances passing hither and yon upon the rross-country hifihways. They were a motley group, ranging f r o m the rattling good Ford, barely rescued from t h e j u n k - y a r d , to the stately P a c k a r d and Pierce-Arrow. in a p p e a r a n c e the passengers of these conveyances were equally as varied as t h e machines which carried them. Men, women and children of every social class, type and s t a n d i n g were represented in t h e great trek over the highways of t h e country. As a study in contrasts I could think of no object of greater interest and wealth of subject m a t t e r t h a n one of our All these things, the marvelous proAmerican highways on a bright ducts of the h u m a n mind and the September morning. the gigantic, awe-inspiring wonders of There goes, on t h e one hand, the n a t u r e afford a beautiful p a n o r a m i c man wh<» has tasted all the pleasures scene for the h u m a n eye. Hoth come and good things that money can buy in for their s h a r e of praise in prose, have t h e i r for him and who is exerting every in- poetry and song, and fluence to find new fields in which the c h a m p i o n s a m o n g all classes of o u r is a fairy goddess of wealth may unbolt American people. Yet t h e r e new t r e a s u r e s to yield t o ' h i s bidding. p a n o r a m a which f a r surpasses .these On the other hand we find' that large in grandeur, majestic beauty and varclass of individuals who, having been iety of color, design and profusenes^. bound to their tasks the whole year It is a p a n o r a m a which easily escapes round, rejoice in t h e glory of a few- the notice of t h e less observing bedays vacation in which they may- cause it is so common. There is no rest and refresh their bodies, c r a m p - necessity of expensive travel and long ed and wearied by the irksome task, weary journeys in order to s h a r e in and purify and uplift their minds, this wonder. It is t h e sublime kaleidodwarfed and stinted by their sordid scope of the seasons. From the time and beautiiess surroundings. When when Sam Walter Foss wrote: "Let me live "Leafless, yet soft as spring, t h e tenin a house by the side of t h e road der purple s p r a y on copse an.l and be a friend to m a n " he must briar," to t h e time have had a glimpse of the interest- "When winter winds a r e piercing ing p a n o r a m a that unfolds itself bechill fore the eyes of one who observes the And through t h e h a w t h o r n blows passing life upon the highway. t h e gale,

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14 East 8th St. With solemn feet I treaiT t h e hill. That overbrows the lonely vale", t h e r e is nothing in all the expansive fields of literature, next to t h a t allpervading subject, love, that is so widely s u n g and so unstintingly praised as thfs ever changing, ever new p a n o r a m a of the seasons. Is t h e r e a HOLLAND, MICH. sweeter and gentler tribute to Spring Capital 1100,000.00 possible than Longfellows translation Surplus and Profits $140,000.00 of t h e F r e n c h poem on Spring i»y Charles D'Orleans? Interest paid on Time "(Jentle Spring! in sunsLlne clad Comp ^ Deposits s^1.AnBU.ll7 Well dost thou thy powers display! F o r Winter m a k e t h the light h e a r t If we should ask those upon the sad. i highway regarding their deetinatio i And t h o u — t h o u makest the sad h e a . t and purpose of travel we would legay. ceive answers as varied as the groups and individuals themselves, but He sees thee, and calls to his gloomy train, . roughly we can divide them into two the classes. There a r e those who are in- The sleet, and the snow, and wind, and the rain, terested in the wonderful achieveMarcel .75 ments of their race and a r e making And they shrink away, and they flee Maniure in fear. .50 long and tedious journeys to worship Shampoo .50c at the shrine of some great architect, When thy merry step draws near." Pfcone Ur ApptbUuit. PkMt 5978 And where is t h e r e a man witn sculptor or iminter. And well may they be proud of s o m e of the wonder- soul so dead who has not rejoiced with the Hoosier poet; ful things which t h e mind and t h j "Ix)ng about knee-deep in J u n e , h a n d s of* m a n have created and i brought to pass. In the days of ihe I {out the time strawberries melts On the vine,—some a f t e r n o o n dawn of modern inventions when "Announced by all t h e t r u m p e t s cf J u s t sprawl out lengthways on th*; Samuel Morse invented the telegraph, the sky. grass he flashed the message over a faw Arrives t h e snow, and, driving o'.-r miles of wire: "What hath God W h e r e the s h a d d e r s thick and soft t h e fields. As t h e kivvers on the bed w r o u g h t ! " Today, as we stand and Seems nowhere to alight: t h e whited Mother Axes in the loft marvel at the creative energy of m a n air Alius when they's company." displayed in the erection of towering Hides hills and woods, the river, a n i skyscrapers and t h e development of And who h a s not shared t h e feelings t h e heaven modern s u p e r - p o w e r projects, the lat- of the poet in t h e glories of the And veils t h e f a r m h o u s e at t h e garest discoveries in the fields of sci- a u t u m n a l days when he writes: dens end." "Outstretched with benedictions o'er ence, mechanics and medicine, we Truly there-Ls a beauty and lovelit h e land, may wonderingly a s k : " W h a t is the ness in .the ever c h a n g i n g kaleidosnext marvel which the power of Blessing t h e f a r m s through all thy cope of n a t u r e t h a t is sublime, and vast domain. m a n ' s mind will bring a b o u t ? " it "To him, who in t h e love of nature, Thy shield is the red harvest moon seems as though nothing were imholds suspended possible for t h e h u m a n race to acCommunion with h e r visible forms, complish and small wonder it is t h a t So long beneath the heaven's o'ershe s p e a k s hanging eaves. so large a part of our fellow-men A various language: for his gayer feast their eyes upon a p a n o r a m a 80 Thy steps a r e by t h e f a r m e r ' s prayers hours attended; full of interesting variety a n d inclaShe h a s a voice gladness, and a Like flames upon an a l t a r shine the \ sive boundlessness. smile sheaves; Yet this is a p a n o r a m a cold and And eloquence of beauty and she And, following thee in thy ovation glides lifeless, composed of inanimate stoive splendid. and steel, of unresponsive materials Into his d a r k e r musings, with a mlM Thine almoner, t h e wind, s c a t t e r s the which do not r e f r e s h t h e mind or And healing sympathy, t h a t steals golden leaves!" away rest the weary soul. F o r a mora And when t h e golden leaves* a r e Their sharpness, ere he is a w a r e . " pleasant scene we must accompany scattered all n a t u r e is ready for her Bruno Bruna '27. t h e second class of our fellow-travel- velvety winter cover when, Addison Society. In recalling this scene t h e r e arises before my vision the picture, not of one highway, l»ut of a bird's eye view of this vast expanse of hill, valley and plain, and t h e surging s t r e a m s of a restless h u m a n i t y upon a thousand highways which resembles the ceaseless activity of a huge ant-hill, where each individual c r e a t u r e seems to know where he is going and is in a hurry to get there. So every individual in this vast h u m a n procession is conscious of his destination and is not fully h a p p y until he has reached k.

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II. InflaUs Genu, o r lluggery of t h e Knees of t h e T r o u s e r s , a disease whose s y m t o m s a r e s l m i l i a r to those above. . T h e patient s h o w s an a v e r sion to th'i s t a n d i n g position, a n d . in a c u t e cases, if t h e patient he compelled to s t a n d , t h e head is bent a n 3 t h e eyes fixed with p a i n f u l rigidty upon the p r o j e c t i n g b l a d e f o r m e d at t h e knee of t h e t r o u s e r s . In both of t h e a b o v e diseases a n y thing t h a t can he d o n e to f r e e t h e mind of t h e patient f r o m a morbid sense of his infirmity will do m u c h to im prove t ^ e g e n e r a l tone of t h e system. III. Oases, o r P a t c h e s , a r e liable to break out a n y w h e r e on t h e trousers, and r a n g e in d e g r e e of gravity f r o m those of a trifling n a t u r e to those cf a fatal c h a r a c t e r . T h e most distressing cases a r e those w h e r e the pa.tch a s s u m e s a different color i r o m t h a t of t h c trousers (dissimllites coloris). In this instance, t h e mind of the p a t i e n t is found to he in a sadly d i m e n t e d condition. A speedy improvement may. however, he effected by c h e e r ful society, books, flowers and above all. a c o m p l e t e c h a n g e . Surgical Cases I. lv\plosio. o r Loss of R u t t o n s . is the c o m m o n e s t m a l a d y d e m a n d i n g surgical t r e a t m e n t . It consists of a succession of minor f r a c t u r e s . , possibly internal, which at first excites no a l a r m . A v a g u e sense of uneasiness is presently felt, which often leads the patient to seek relief in the s t r i n g habit—a habit which, if unduly indulged in. m a n y a s s u m e t h e p r o p o r tion of a ruling passion. The use of sealing wax. while a d m i r a b l e as a temporary remedy for exploslo, should never he allowed to gain a permanent hold upon t h e system. T h e r e is no doubt t h a t a * persistent indulgence In t h e s t r i n g habit, o r t h e c o n s t a n t use of sealing wax, will result in, II. Fact lire susjicmlowii, o r snipping of t h e braces, which a m o u n t s to a general collapse of t h e system. The patient is usually seized with a severe a t t a c k of exploslo, followed by a sudden s i n k i n g feeling and sense of loss. A sound constitution m a y rally f r o m the shock, but a system u n d e r m i n e d by t h e s t r i n g habit, invariably s u c -

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P. S. BOTER & CO. SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

I. Contraciio P a n t a l i i n a c , o r S h o r t • iiing of t h e Legw of Hie Trousers, a n extremely p a i n f u l m a l a d y nuut f r e q u e n t l y found in the growingy o u t h . First t h e r e is t h e a p p e a r a n c e of a y a w n i n g s p a c e ( l a c u n a ) a b o v e the hoots, a c c o m p a n i e d by a n a c u t e sense of humilia.tion and a morbid anticipation of m o c k e r y . T h e application of tresale to the boots, a l t h o u g h commonly r e c o m m e n d e d , m a y rightly be condemned a s too disasterous a remedy. The use of boots r e a c h i n g to t h e knee, to be removed only at* night with effect i m m e d i a t e relief. In connection with c o n t r a c i i o is o f t e n found

Fine tailoring, pressing and repairing. Y e a r s of s a t i s f a c t o r y s e r v i c e recommend us.

Green Mill Cafe

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College Inn •'STUDENTS' FOREMOST EATING PLACE*' Digestion Is much improved by an atmosphere of good cheer. Meet the boys and enjoy the best of food at '"Pat's Place."

Corner College Avenue and Tenth Street — S B —

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Malted Milks 15c. We have Candy in Boxes and Bulk. Also big line of Bars.

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 5 4 E. 8 t h S t .

ELENBAAS & FORTNEY The premier barbers of Holland. In the rear, at O L L I ELS

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Hoekstra's Ice Cream CREAM OF UNIFORM QUALITY 65 West 8th St.

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Phone 2212

BITES

OR Distinctive Stationery, Unique Programs and Menus, or Fine Papers, the Holland Printing Co. can serve you best. Holland's Finest Printers

210 College Avenue

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10-28-1925