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H O P E . C O L l . E G E , Holland, Michigan, N o v . 1, 1922

XXXV I) F. LP HI

HOPE GAINS FIRST FOOTBALL VICTORS

Number 5

NI r i H 1

COLLEGES ORGANIZE • -> DEBATING LEAGUE

I) R F.AM

Y. M. C: A.

STUDENTS GIVE LOYAL SUPPORT

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nit'ii i-v ell fl ft • the hour AROUSL PLP FOR i in|• ii«< i' t i»i «(II H O P L I T L S id' • |ov ( . iI* •i 1( i V • ll : r11«l • 1nil* SATURDAY'S CONFLICT - nd. lhat r l a d ^ . M. im • e t i n g was wpeiuil. \\ e 1«• 11 11 k»' "of•eiiillg 1 he 9 F r o s h Trial a F e a t u r e ^ a i e ^ i > t tn c- t e m p l e , ' ' am 1 a l l o w i n g tin niiw;,,rd ru-li ol- the ;i\ es lo 111! A l a m a s s m e e t i n g , n o i s e is t h e a n d ovj i whi i Im u-s. We ha 1 conn* toAnd the c etIK* i 11» 11 •1! each olh/M h ow a man hesl m e a s u r e ol s u e e e s s . the hi^yer the ran IM- p 11\\ in ful a n d when i he really l a r g e r l he e r o w d n o i s e . W e had hoth at t h e m ass h;is p o u i •r. In o u r daily 1i f f Uf a i f the chapel last e u 11 s I; 11111 ly hroueht m «oi it art with meeting" held in p o w e r f u l ii. in^>. anil p o \ \ e i i ul people T h u r s d a y niybt a n d the e n t h u s i a s t i c like i>r. P a l i! H a r r i s o n and 11r Sher- l l n p e i t e s t h a t g a t h e r e d in t h e c h a p e l w i Hi d 1'a. Idy, \\ e s e a r c h our m i n d s s p a r e d no p a i n s or coUj^h d r o p s ui fur t h e sc! u l i o n , " W h y 1wavf t f i f s c I heir ell'orts to s p u r our n o b l e jcridm. 11 pu\\ , i • r.' W l n - i u c !s the s o u i v e d e r s mi to a win o v e r F e r r i s Insti t rnm u Iiilch iheN d r a w ;.ml f r o m lull- in t h e first h o m e g a m e of t h e If a n y of t h e F r e s h m e n o f u h i . h 1 a l - «• m a y ? " It i ; not t r u e s e a s o n . 1

lik.

R A P IDS O U I IM.AVl D IN 1 V

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w

M ii iric

tii.,1 y..u a i v e x c i t i n g y o u r g r e a t e s t

make

I wo ^l o u p s ol three c o l l e g e s e a c h will lirst c l a s h in a t r i a n g u l a r d e b a t e

ii»eulties in the p r o d u c t i o n of p o w e r when you develop a conspicuous f r o n t a g e , s o t h a t t h e world c a n p o i n t

"a hahy s m i l e in its . s l e e p , oi a tired

on t h e s a m e n i u h t , F e b r u a r y 10. T h e

their

m o t l i e r s m i l e at her work or a m i s e r

c o l l e g e in e a c h g r o u p w h i c h r e c e i v e s

is a

s m i l e w h e n he s p e n d s his tfold". and

the

you have shown a surface glimmering

all t h e y w o u l d

then

\i lit U'c. I..ill. a 11 'T a 1' ^ p l a y ,.|m1 ia axy line ly

''

^ ^ Dream-Maker '

p i l i n g ' > tnvv.-.rtl tin- ^'-al

Dream

rh.-^i ..ik h e a v y p u n U T n a r r e w nns.-cl

eh-.»rr»l kick. ter,

In1 all

scoring, whrn

the

uonl

post

with

!'Ut

a

drop

T o w a r d t h e cIom' of t h e quarDamson

made

a

lihcral

.ira'n,

tlmt

hi:

S h o p whei-e he

Utile

woi

pay f o r Uieir d r e a m s

was a smile.

c m r y i n u t h e ball thru t h e lino a b o u t

i

Pierrette,

"the

t h e darkno<s n o

Star-Cake

time

that

o(T w a s a l l o w e d , ami b o t h t o m . s w o r o executing

their best

play>,

at

tin

h a z a r d of

a scrifice.

in

order

to

traveled

Van-

der Meer m a k e s a good gain,

Hope

dreams

knew is

er t u r n s the ball o v e r t o F e r r i s , w h o fail to make the yards. Here Ted our end runners, made two succes-

S 1 X

O R A T

o r s

WILL

BE

h

e

was called.

t i m e

n

week

Hope

^

will be a n o t h e r b i g b a t t l e .

With a

reached

TO

HOSPERS

HOME

SPEAKS

KiiSt

mots

vou

Dr.

Henry

bom

contests

will

and

tniril

p l a c e s will

Second

draw a s i l v e r

f o r third h r o i i z e . T h e e x a c t f o r m of model w a s not HOP-

p e r s in a l e c t u r e to t h e H o p e ( olh'ge Home V o l u n t e e r s , "you're liable to f a l l . "

d e c i d e d on. T h e m a t t e r of s e l e c t i o n j^.f^ j,, (} 1( . h a i u l s of t h e e x e c u -

w a s

Hr. l l o s p e r s a d d r e s s e d t h e

prospective

theologians

on

Vci

c o m m i t t e e , m a d e up of t h e p r e s -

the sub-

s e c r e t a r y ml t i e a s u r e r of t h e

of

100 y e a r s a g o ? " t h a t w a s

extreme

interest

profe^or

to t h e y o u n g

xvas

of the

that the truth

1L T|u

the

L.

chosen

im •n w h o are a n t i c i p a t i n g e n t e r i n g ^ ihe ministry. "It seem< p r e p o s t e r o u s

Kwbank

are

t h e s p o n s o r s of s o m e of o u r m o d e r n f o r m s of r e l i g i o n . T h e s e arc t i e ''•»resies m a m o d e r n d r e s s t h a t t e n d to c o r r u p t ami

foster dissension

t h e church t o d a y . " '*Ci'e, y o u ' r e a G' m . "

' W' 11. would c.i. I'm

hi

rrcady!"

Chnst,

this

the U n i t e d

things, that

in

Chapel

too.

For t h e b e n e f i t of the a b s e n t e e s w e

Volunteer

Movement,

Lyman spoke

students Monday morning. Van

Aieml.ii.k

on

Hoi.-

to

Wei'ne-day

de-

;

w i t h her u n u s u a l skill at

(he pian ».

Besides these there were

lighted

u.

m a n y m i n u t e m e e t i n g s of the

directors leave

M)

yearly

mal

,y

made

t h e

Mr. V a n d e r

s t u d e n t body that it n e e d s

and

l)Ut

Pennies

ei

l u a l t* 1 6

ha(i

w o n

to

t h e

s a v e

£aTne

somet

r i

^

^ i n K ^or

One of our verdent f r e s h m e n w a s 'heard

to

say

that

freshmen

rules

w e r e

made t o break. And by the t h e "(fenders had appeared t h e r e w a s n o t a d o u b t i n g T h o m a s in , • • .r the crowd. Freshmen girls suffered , n. ^ * "Unominy a n d t h e S. G. A . u s u r p e d

t i m e

lives,

a11

popularity.

The judges were as ver-

i n c i p i e n t s w e r e in s u p p l y i n g r e a s o n s ,

toward

In

our true

God.

search

for

Hopeite us

do

power--which may

so

and

w.t'i

must

an

eye

^e

in i n f l i c t i n g p u n i s h m e n t a s t h e

E v e r y t h i n g w a s t a k e n in t h e p r o p e r s

Pirit

w i t h

a n

^ s e n c e of d i s s e n s i o n

t h t a u g e r s w e l l f o r a y e a r of h a r m o n -

sir.gle to his g l o r y , fo** w h a t is o u r

' o u s campus life.

p o w e r but the g i f t of G o d ?

r

L e t us

n o t p r a y f o r P o w e r , bu^ t o be t h e channel thru which Go i m a y be p|oas(>d power an(j

to

allow

which

Woman

power

will

to

flow

effe ' every

-a man

y

Let s not sup-

Press S o m e of our old-time pacists m u s t ^ have been convinced that friction is n o t s y n o n o m o u s to trouble.

T a k e n all in all it w a s a suc-

cessful evening.

upon t h e (Ja .ipus.

rival-

A little m o r e

what we need.

S o m e people call it

n o n s e n s e b u t 1 f o r o n e hold t h e firm

HOPEITES TO SEE GILLETTE DRAMA

c o n v i c t i o n t h a t all s u c c e s s f u l e f f o r t s are n o t s e r i o u s o n e a . HOPE

SCIENCE

CLUB

T h e H o p e S c i e n c e Club b e p i n i t s " S E C R E T S E R V I C E " C H O S E N BY D R A M A T I C CLUB AS AN-

activities for the year last Wednesday evening. Seven new members have

NUAL PLAY

i n c r e a s e d t h e roll s o t h a t n o w t h e r e are

Cast of T w e n t y - N i n e

S. G.

eleven

faithful

scientists ready

to s e a r c h o u t t h e i n t r i c a t e a n d d e v -

lowing chapel. S o m e of • he f a c u l t y r k i p p e d class-

new

s e n t to the public t h e b e s t play e v e r

were

members the

who

Messrs.

The

were inducted Neckers,

Decker,

a t t e m p t e d by the o r g a n i z a t i o n . meeting of the c l u b last t e n d th' i.K T e a c h e r s I n s . i i u t e ''it At a Grand T - p V j u We r e c o m m e n d an T u e s d a y e v e n i n g a play e n t i t l e d " S e -

Wierks, Osteihof, B l o e m e n d a l and B o o n a

h o u r ' s o u t v i e r e a d i n g in tl:;* l i b r a r y

cret

d i a t e l y , f o r a we-U-written p a p e r o n

M i s s D e P r . c h a s o u r readir,.' list.

c l u b w h i c h has a c a s t of t w e n t y - n i n e

"Enzymes

was

members.

He V r i e s .

Enzymes

Kuyper

F r i u a y to at-

i o u s w a y s of a t o m s a n d bacilli.

.lerry

DeVries,

Service'

was

No

accepted

play

{\vn[

V o l u n t e e r M o v e m n t held at Al-

b i o n , O c t o b e r 2()th a n d " 1 s t . men. The Dormitory—building, and g i r l s , — d r e s s e d f o r d i n n e r F r i d a y n i g h t . T h e h a s h w a s e n j o y e d by a l l track

amount

by

Jerry

was a timely

and vital s u b j e c t f o r discussion. T h e y

of

those intangible things that make

work a n d t a l e n t a s t h i s n e w p r o d u c ti,)n

"the stills a m o n g the hills" possible and t h a t f o r m t h e b a s i s of l i f e a n d

T h i s t y p e of p l a y is d i f f e r e n t f r o m any that the club has ever given. "s an A m e r i c a n dramal, a r r a n g e d

It in

organic growth. ^ | F e w t h i n g s a r e i m p o s s i b l e in t h e m -

c o n f e d e r a c y , a n d is w r i t t e n b y W m . Ciillette. T h e s c e n e is laid in Rich-

p e r s e v e r a n c e , t h a t is w a n t i n g h n n g them to a successful issue.

Olivx t. L. Mil - d a l e representative, Ki-pasurbr of the * l e a g u e .

the

equivalent

which

rendered

w ii n n gg rr ee p Albion, K. w w aa ss n h ee il d d .S^aatiuurndi aa yv m o r n i n g . Schut ll oo w p rr ee ss ee n n tt aa tt ii vv ee ss -: AiDion, ri. first. p^ident; A l m a , R. H. c a m e in first. The others who made San(j.M,son) V p s i l a n t i , H e l e n t h e t e a m w e r e V; in L a r e , W i s s i n k , Wjjv(>n st.cri.tary; A d r i a n , U. L. K r o u t ; K a l a - L o u s e m a , and V a n I ) o r n | { a n | Hope,

for

Gym

been

selves.

VV. R u n n e l l ;

try-out

ever

T h e club began their work imme-

f o u r a c t s — a r o m a n c e of t h e s o u t h e r n

V.

The

an

has

by t h e

Veneklasen,

team

ma/oo;

Was

is not

mond, and involves a g r e a t e r number of e x p e r i e n c e d t a l e n t than a n y t h a t

Meulen,

Heinie Costing

Van der Bie i- e x t r e m e l y

Eleven

rs | P i nPe wP I mi elml b|eH

'have

been

H e r b c h o s e n by the c l u b . 1 he n e w m e m report that the S o u t h bert a r e f r o m t h e t w o l o w e r c l a s s e s i n t e r e s t i n g b u t t h e sit- w h i c h will g i v e t h e c l u b a g o o d n u -

for

THE

ANCHOR,

long

visit.

bird

to

its

d . b u t d o e s n o t t h r o w it i n t o t h e

"est.

and

n a t i o n is t o o (lark t o r e a l l y e n j o y a e l e u s t o work w i t h in t h e n e x t f e w Sub-vribi

It is n o t s o m u c h m e a n s , a s

Providence gives every foo

t h e c l u b has p r e v i o u s l y g i v e n .

S. P r o f e s s o r K. K v a n s , J a k e \ a n dcr

who

t

Saturday.

T h i s y e a r t h e H o p e D r a m a t i c Club

'• i n . i s d a y a n d

feature

love

demands

tilat

t h e r e

will p u t f o r t h i t s b e s t e f f o r t s to pre-

e s las'

evening

ihave

i m n i e d r r dy f o l -

A. and lln* S. M.

the

e f f o r t s o f t h e b o y s of d a y s g o n e b y .

tlu

.Nanette

the

In

furnished

w h i c h r e q u i r e s f a i t h t o w a r d m e n and

foster-—let NEWS

of

a n d

(2) The

in o u r

Baker

s a

L e a g u e of

Nations".

Spirit

Tut

Amy

M e e r , o n e of o u r n o b l e A l u m n i c o n -

They

that brings up t h e q u e s t i o n , an,l " W h y let Christ rule our lives?" ( a ) F o r w h a t he is (!,) F o r w'la 1 he h a s i oi w n a t ne is, v o ; i oi w \a nt na^ d o n e (c» F o r w h a t he c a n d o An:i uont, r o i w n a i ne can uo. a i u t h e n finally (;i) T h e s e c r e t of t h e the

and

we

heals

raise t h e r o o f ,

n e c e s s a r y wit.

v i n c e d

see ret of t h e f u l l n e s s of the S p i r i t —

every

happened

to

to

Fritz Yon km an,

the incoming

purifies and so g i v e s power.

A b i d i n g of

^

effort

es

speech

Hut when

which

c o n f e r e n c e of t h e officers of t h e S t u -

me

Kiss y<»u? ' kid

in

of

i n s p i r a t i o n of Uie m e e t i n g .

Zwemer, the

and,

axes

eec

^P

it is all in all in t h e

f a c u l t y a d v i s o r to

T h e d i t r e r e n t c o l l e g e s had the fol-

u tt m the oo u e past paM c e n t u r i e s and rev it t o r e l i g i o u s f a n a t i c s s u c h a s

tiouch

(1)

p r e s e n t e d in C a r n e g i e

h a v e b e e n e a r n e s t l y s e e k i n g it t h r u reale(1

of t h e S p i r i t

States should i m m e d i a t e l y e n t e r the

Things

find,

Damson they

All c l a s s e s j o i n e d in h o w e v e r in a

power

n o t l i g h t l y p a r t with.

a r e t h e s e c r e t s of

^

common

treasures

a n d A l T h n m e r w e r e d e l e g a t e s to a

that

souls

debated

are

Al-

.

of

s u c h an oflice n e c e s s a r y . P r o f . Kw bank will s e r v e f o r a t e r m id" f o u r ye.u.s.

Lord s h o u l d havi from the impassioned

he

y e a r is: " R e s o l v e d , that

Kverdea1

j e v t " W h y s h o u l d w e hold to a t h e o l o g y of

to

ver, a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of t h e S s a d e n t

in

s t a n d f i r m l y in y o u r

t o d a y , " said

question

they

> ' a t t r i b u t e it t o t h e w a y t h e y

.V^led, l e d by G e o r g e

because

and

ma

y

w e r e

within rock, w e

our shovels

found

would

present.

place

sec(»iid place will he s i l v e r and that "Unless

once

various colleges

shall e n u m e r a t e t h e m .

m e d a l ot the s a m e d e s i g n hut t h a t f o r

VOLUNTEERS

the

use

to

g a i n it, t h r o u g h m u c h toil.

L e a g u e at t h e fall m e e t i n g ,

o n l y s e r v e a.N a k e e p - s a k e .

HENRY

must

Six m e d a l s will be g i v e n a t t h e j ^ a t e O r a t o r i e a l c o n t e s t i n s t e a d of

littlt* m o r e s u n l i g h t and a littii )i |R. w.th a gold medal, one moi'e s u p p o r t , w e can add o n e m o r e w i } l i i . h j s s | | j . 1 conservative « I • « A A 1% « k W e ' v e got the g a m e to o u r credit e n o u g h lo he worn. The old m o d e l w i n n i n g t e a m — a l l w» n e e d is t h e w a s t o o l a r g e a n d g a u d y tiiat it e o u l d

DR.

the

M o n d a y , Dr. D i m n e n t e n t e r t a i n e d t h e c a b i n e t s of t h e t w o A s s o c i a t i o n s at his h o m e .

0 f t h e M i e h i g a n Or-

just

hard

have c h a r g e of

w e all o u g h t t o be h a p p y a s k i n g s ,

|)V

are

like g o l d e m b e d d e d

Advisor Chosen

it

victory.

The

they

the

SO f u l l of a n u m b e r of

t w o ; sueh w a s t h e d e c i s i o n

plays the Kala-

amazoo Normal Seconds here, am

advisor

T h e w o r l d t h i s past w e e k h a s b e e n

t h e B i g R a p i d s g r i d d e r s in e v e r y dep a r t m e n t of ... t h e _g a m e . T h e O r a n g e a n d B l u e w a s l e a d i n g and held t u

be

"There

from which

to

CAMPUS

TEST.

t h e c l o s e of t h e g a m e is o u t p l a y i n g

w

will

from

GIVEN

H o p e a g a i n is p e n a l i z e d , but t o w a r d

Next

chosen

M E D A L S IN S T A T E C O N -

sive end runs, good f o r t w e n t y yards.

h a l l

was

Adrian and Hillsdale arc the only

will

power"

standing sources

s e n d i n g in of all r e p o r t s .

Way

of

prised a t the l e n i e n c y of t h e j u d g e s tht,

F r o n t a g e is n o t p o w e r !

Normal

the

0. L. HOLDS FALL MEETING

Hope s punt-

of it.

flows;

league and Milky

will

man

lie s p e a k i n g d e p a r t m e n t of Y p s i l a n t i

aii

"The

votes

championship

a t y o u and s a y

' 1 ' s w h o a p p e a l e d in t h e trial that f o l l o w e d the m e e t i n g w e r e sur-

H e r b M e n t i n k g a v e u s t h r e e out-

coaches

pierces

t h e i r liner, a b o u t t w e n t y y a r d s .

of

too

of

dual

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work

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read

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your

you;

opinions.

ideas, w r i t e

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set

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article.

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fast

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A great

Physical

courage

is a d m i r e d

and

a p p l a u d e d w h e r e v e r it a p p e a r s there

is a m u c h

rate as

m a n y of

courage than is i n t e l l e c t u a l

physical,

and

that

courage.

Any

mere

brute

of

m a y have physical courage.

man

Hut he

u l a r — a n d t o e x p r e s s ihis c o n v i c t i o n s with sincerity and d e e p b e l i e f — h e ij a m a n of t h e r a r e s t c o u r a g e . rng i s back o f worth

while

bigness.

everything

and

which

Think that

h

aspires

to

Hut the mind should travel

along constructive lines.

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courage

original

to

express

an

or

s t r a n g e i d e a , s o l o n g a s t h a t i d e a is not backed by conviction. I d e a s w o r t h fighting and d y i n g f o r a r e t h o s e w h i c h w o u l d m o u l d t h e hist o r y of the

world,

a n d load p e o p l e

h i g h e r in i n t e l l i g e n c e a n d h a p p i n e s s . All y o u h a v e t o d o is t o s t u d y a m a n in h i s b o d i l y m o v e m e n t s , a t t i t u d e a n d recreations—and

you

know

k i n d o f a m i n d h e (has.

g o w e p r e s e n t o u r s e l v e s as p i c t u r e s of w h a t w e think.

Intellectual cour-

compels a man

often

to

stand

a l o n e , b u t it e n a b l e s him t o e x p r e s s

chances

and

travel

F o r the thinker inspires him-

In t h e c h a r a c t e r of D e s t i n y , Mais t r y i n g t o s h o w m e n

and

m a y be the t h i n g t o k e e p us s t a n d i n g Know yourself--yes!

much actually

d e p e n d s on y o u . "The figure

Betrothal" of

scene

o p e n s with the

Y o u t h g o i n g in s e a r c h o f

his w i f e - t o - b e . as

D e s t i n y c o m e s on t h e

a great

b l u s t e r i n g figure,

tiny dwindles

in s i z e , a n d

in t h e f u r y o f at last w h e n

enjoy

Europe espe-

S o m e well-

athletic

place

for

be given

association

ny

do

disagreeable.

We

are

sup-

posed to be college men and w o m e n ,

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t r a i n e d a t l e a s t in a f e w of t h e f u n -

locker

his

purse stolen 100m

from

contained

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two

time a n e w semester comes around a

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number

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students

on

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the checks

stolen.

subject

hours

and

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nnconthe

eyes

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nerve

force,

entire

nervous

nature's

loss

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is a

muscle tax

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system

danger

and your

and

signal

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that

g l a s s e s are needed. Let Us E x a m i n e Your E y e s T h e y May Require Glasses.

W. R STEVENSON Optometrist

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w a s s t o l e n f r o m him, a n d t h i s is j u s t

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upon the s t a g e and bears a w a y Des-

one which has come to our a t t e n t i o n .

n o t ca.^li t h e m t h e y a r e o f n o v a l u e .

called

figure

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m a d e o u t t o the A n c h o r A s s o c i a t i o n ,

life,

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a l o n g with other subscription m o n e y .

t h i n g s of

•fact t h a t

the play is done, and

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every

damental

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f a c t is r a t h e r , t h a t t h e book h a s b e e n

w e a d d t h e n t h a t t h e y b e d r o p p e d in the A n c h o r b o x . If f o r g e d , t h e n w e h o p o t o m e e t v o u in c o u r t .

D. V.

t i n y n o w a p u n y b a b f , in h e r a r m s . F o r D e s t i n y h a s b e c o m e a n i n f a n t in i m p o r t a n c e , a s Y o u t h g r o w s in m a n liness. Maeterlinck

would have

us learn

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Too

m u c h o f D e s t i n y ' s i m p o r t a n c e l i e s in our own minds

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one

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f o r t h e fact t h a t t h i s m i s s i o n a r y r e a d

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J o h n ' s s c h o o l d a y s he d e v e l o p e d c o n -

tian F e d e r a t i o n has taken upon itself

wishes

him

well.

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The biggest man in the 16th

s i d e r a b l e a b i l i t y in b u s i n e s s in c o n nection with the Dramatic Club.

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t h e task o f r e l i e v i n g the m o r e a c u t e

served

lor

situations wherever they arise.

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o n e t e r m , he a l s o p r o v e d t h i s a b i l i t y

this end the S t u d e n t Friendship F u n d

in e d i t i n g t h e E a s t e r n S t a r , a ho< k-

was inaugurated some time ago.

let

U p t o t h i s t i m e t h e s t u d e n t s of t h i s

"Look at the world, and experiment, experiment," cricd Galileo.

receiving

a n c e is r e n d e r e d . tJhere will b e a t o -

in

Galileo fought against the dead hand of tradition. H e did not argue about Aristotle, but put him to the test. Aristotle led his readers to believe that of two bodies the heavier will fall the faster. Galileo simply climbed to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and dropped two unequal weights. T h e "best people" were horrified; they even refused to believe the result:— that the weights reached the ground in equal times.

in t h e e s t a b l i s h m e n t of a floral l>u

o p e n i n g of s c h o o l .

O-A L I L E 0

There was much learning but little real knowledge in Galileo's time (1564-1642). Aristotle v/as swallowed in bad Latin translations. Ipsedixit. Nooncchcckcd him by what scorned vulgar, coarse experiment.

A t least o n e of a d v e r t i s e r s is s a t -

1'Jth s t r e e t , a n d

put

Church

a s its b u s i n e s s

out of

by the

manager

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to e x t e n d i n g help has been that there Eur-

this city.

A M o t h e r ' s l o v e is i n d e e d t h e g o l den link that b i n d s y o u t h t o a g e . Hovee.

century was not Galileo in popular estimation, but Suleiman the Magnificent, the Ottoman Emperor, who swept through Eastern Europe with fire and sword a n d a l m o s t c a p t u r e d Vienna. Where is his magnificence now? Galileo g a v e us s c i e n c e established the paramount right of experimental evidence. Suleiman did little to help the world. Hardly an experiment is made in modern science, which does not a p p l y Galileo's r e s u l t s . When, for instance, the physicists in the Research Laboratories of the General Elcctric Company study the motions of electrons in rarified a t mospheres,or experiment to heighten the cfiiciency of generators and motors, they follow Galileo's example and substitute facts for beliefs.

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The objection

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without

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these

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call

in w a y s w h i c h a r e n o t a l w a y s e v i d e n t

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a danger

stealing

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war.

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name.

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c i a l l y in t h e h i g h e r d e p a r t m e n t s h a s

no

chance

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taken

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read t h e o t h e r f e l l o w ' s A n c h o r ?

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in a m e n t a l w o r l d of g r e a t s t r e s s ai d

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tlie

h e a r d t a l k i n g of a s t o l e n a r t i c l e .

how

b u t in o u r s e l v e s , tJiat w e a r e u n d e r lings."

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W h i l e s t u d e n t s in

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m a d e it s o dark t h a t y o u will g o o u t

w o m e n how little part F a t e plays in

ourselves— when

STUDENT

hoping to have

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figure

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Capital tfliin.ooo.uo Surplus ar»rl i'mfit

Holland, Mich.

O / l n t c i v s t paid on Tiim

4%

Comp

O deposits

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LEENHOUTS

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Slu* - a y s that >hr is tired of runMay at honn- and ii-st up.

CASPER BELT K V K , hiAlv, N O S K .

Below Hotel Holland

rilKOAT

-

11.8" to I'J A. M. 1 . i t(» a 1' M. Sat. Kvrfiiritfs T.I}') to 1).

shr

shows

even

for Society affairs

C i t i z e n s P h o n e 1041

raising: the

question

She

14 I'last 8th St.

FOOT=

wished

to

they all do.

icform

the

AT

school,

MEYERS

S h e hints in that f o r c e -

ful q u e s t i o n i n ^ w a y that she w o u l d

" The (Quality Music House" 17 W. 8th St.

rather play last couple out than run th^.K'auntlet.

WEAR

THE

WHITE CROSS

We h e l i e v e that if she

ever did play the ^ a m e , and

if she

ever w a s in a c o u p l e the c h a n c e s a r e that it would he the last one.

BAR HER ShOP is the place lo if you want service. Three expt-rienced barbers.

S. Sprietsma & Son,

Mich

R e a l l y , K v e r y t h i n g in ^*usic

One could hardly i m a g i n e

a more t e l l i n g hlow at the i n s t i t u t i o n .

Molenaar&DeGoede

llollind,

She s a y s she is an ardent e o - e d u c a lionafist.

at

• st

Proprielors

SIicc t M usic, Folios, String and Si and Instruments

Would she he a i d e to su fool the m e n ? Ollico 1! Iv Sih St. Ho land.Mich.

N l h

tho

Maitlin^- statcniciit.j " M a k e a d a t e . " Without

W

All i h r u

She w i n d s up her h a r a n g u e with the

fInnrs:

R H S T A U R A N T

N. I I O K K M A N dv S O N , {

a c t c r i / i - s tlii* h c ^ i i u i i n ^ of the f a r c c .

(ILA SKS KITTKD

E a t s

I lu* hdpclt-ss artirh-

K O S T O N

sanu- c l n u d y intclliK'"'"^' which char-

inul I l K A D A C H K

Oflicc

(Dlo-

uin^ tin- u a u n t h l , wc advi>«' her t««

C i t z . I h o n c 1795

^ o u r

in.in.

Chas. Samson, N. D.

The Students Barber

G e t

Hor y u i r m e a l s a n d l u n c h e s w h i l e in H o l l a n d s t o p a t t h e

("it/.. I'iUMir U d

K n o w i n g that this will he taken in that tfood old Hope Spirit.

Best Ice Cream Parlor in the City A l s o Confectionery and P'ruits.

Flo X e i t s c h e m ,

HOLLAND, MICH.

Mori Main Al.

A .

P A T S Y

F A B I A N O

26 W e s t

Eighth

Street

ALUMNI N E W S

The Famous Dunn Fountain Pen Holds f o u r times as much ink as ordinary fonnlain pens.

W h e n e v e r an i n s t i t u t e is held, it is c u s t o m a r y fori the A l u m n i of e a c h school Lo hold a dinner. T h i s is an a n n u a l atVair and last F r i d a y e v e n i n g ahout

f i f t y of

Hope's A l u m n i

g a t h e r e d at t h e

A PKKMANKNT guarantee yoes with each pen.

Crand

We show all models.

of

Prices 52.75 up

Uapids.

the

were

D r o w n i n g hotel

Highest Quality

in

Prof K^bert W i n t e r

Kducalion

Hope Collen'e

GEO. H. HUIZENGA & CO.

Creamers Sample Store

department

At

of

pi'esidcd and sonic of

Lowest Prices

t'lie ot.her s p e a k e r s w e r e Kev. I>(»er, 'I'T. of (Irand Kapids, l i c v . V r u w i n k ,

7 0 East 8 l h St.

' i n . of (irand H a v e n , Rev Klerk. '1>8.

J E W E L E R S and O P T I C I A N S

of (irnd

Rapids, and President

Dim-

nent, 'iMl, ul H o p e C o l l e g e . T h e y told

Two Places where one Really Likes to Eat

how plans are b e i n ^ laid f o r the improvement. buildinji's.

of

the

campus

and

the

The S e n i o r s had also been

invited to a t t e n d this d i n m r if t h e y were

in

(irand

Kapids

and

Harry

\ ruwink and C o r n e l i u s P o o s took ad

HOME AND DUKE'S CAFE

The Holland Dry Cleaners G o o d s called for and delivered P h o n e 1528 H. MEENGS, P r o p . 9 E. 8th St.

v a n t a g e of this i n v i t a t i o n . It, is intere s t i n g to note that

Come and be Convinced!

a l u m n i ol

of

the n i n e t y

H o p e who are t e a c h i n g in

Michigan, o v e r half are in the s e c t i o n

l i n k e d

( - a k V

PETER H D E VRIES, Prop.

47

E. 8 l h

St

which

holds

its district

Crand

Kapids.

Amonir t h o s e of

the

class ui 22, who ath-hdrd were: rd.l Mi iiland, I h i c n S m i t h . Wilaliiiuoci'^Tm r,

I

man,

SNA P SHO TS

I t ii-ila

P H O T O

H O L L . A N D I D .

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for snap

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KEEEER. Prop. Phone

i.ell.

"Jll. w a s a

Street

1M5

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN WELCOME!

• lot tii11 m y u)) In-r u ay i o i m J-' (ir.ind Rapid^.

97 9 9 F.. 8th St.

DU MEZ BROS.

Ci17. P h o n e 1 4 1 2

Q u a l i t y and P r o m p t S e r v i c e

Dry (ioods, Coats, Suits and Millinery HOLLAND,

MICH

H/lir

f l l f a

LUIS

Zander P l o e g s Barb9r

shop

Cor. C o l l e g e A v e . and 8th St. Sterilized tools. Strictly S a n i t a r y .

YOU HOPE CO-EDS.

1

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1

BERNARD

Morn

Our M o t t o i

Restaurant

i'ii W. I'Ayhth

(i unne-

MODEL LAUNDRY \

Kccfcr's

;an \ an Dyke and Ant lion v 11 Hen

Just the right kind of weather • shots. Let us finish them.

TRY-

meetinj^ a t

IX' !

c just want to see you in one of these nifty Sp(»rt C r o a t s with lar^e shawl fur Collars, or one of our dress Coats. Just a look at these Coats will convince you there are none like them for style and fabric.

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HARVEY'S

For Suits and Overcoats

HARP1NGS

I Don't be a Ready-made Man! j

Another Kindly S t u d y — Josh Holkeboom.

SEE NICK D Y K E M A FIRST

it is n o t a n y o f t e n e r .

H e is t h e

c o m p o s i t e of a Clown, and O a f , a n d a pest.

FREE

P O W D E R P U F F F R E E TO A N Y

G I R L BRINGING I N T H I S

AD.

NO

STRINGS

AT-

jam

a

recitation

about

which

on t h e n e r v e s like a d u l l s a w .

54 E a s t 8 t h Sir.

W

i H. H. DeMAAT, 212 College Avenue

in p e c u l i a r c r o w - l i k e c a w -

ish, p s e u d o c o m i c c a c k l e w h i c h g r a t e s

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store

•r

Prices-- Suits: $28,00- -$68 # 00 Overcoats: $25.00 --$50.00

he k n o w s v e r y l i t t l e , a l o t of m o u l d y nonsense

T A C H E D TO T H I S O F F E R .

: :

H e e n j o y s a b o v e all e l s e , t o

into

Have your

I •

m e e t s o n l y s e l d o m in a d e c a d e , a n d tflad

TO H O P E G I R L S .

clothes made by your local tailor, and get a : perfect fit, and fine workmanship. We have just received a j fine line of woolens. Come in and look them over.

I l o l k e b o o i n is a t y p e o f p e r s o n on<}

He

p o s s e s s e s all t h e t a c t a n d k i n d l i n e s s of a P r u s s i a o f f i c e r , a n d all t h e w i t and spirit of a c u t t l e f i s h . He

Laughlin's

Restaurant

handles himself

p u s w i t h all

possible

ling,

klumping

falling,

a plumber. SUCCESSOR

70

B. T. MILLER'S

RESTAURANT

grace,

BETTER PRINTING

cam-

stumb-

around

H e s p e n d s most of his

p o s t i n g n o t i c e s f o r the

Y.

and

Students

He

Voluntarys.

c a r o u s i n g o v e r the

M. is

bits of

w i t he

should

|

FOR YOU!

:

COMPLETE P R I N T E R S

ed ' T h e K i n g is D e a d , L o n g Live thio

1981

BETTER BUSINESS

Steketee-Van Huis Pt g House i

l e f t on

t h e f a r m . H e is k n o w n t o h a v e s h o u t -

A Real Good place to Eat

:

campus

have

j

FROM US

like

g i v i n g little k i n d e r g a r t e n s h o u t s and

72 E a s t E i g h t h S t .

Phone

the

time

fond of

Citizens

on

Holland,

ISO R i v e r A v e

Mich. •

King" and then spend the n e x t t w o d a y s in p r o x i m e s of l a u g h t e r a t his own

We Repair Old Shoes to Look like New DICK THE SHOE DOCTOR

13 E. 8th St.

The

mystery

sweater

of

the

Great

TENNIS & BASKET BALL SHOES

white

( A t a l e of t h e s u p e r n a t u r a l

and the A r a b e s q u e . )

ELECTRIC SHOE HOSPITAL Wc also carry T e n n i «

bewildering cleverness.

Holland,Mich.

$1.75 —$6.25

A g i r l h u r r i e d up t h e g i a n t lull to

hoe«. a n d R u b b e r s .

the g y m n a s i u m .

My

mind

is q u i t e

c l e a r on t h a t p o i n t , f o r I t h o u g h t it

i See the New Two in One Sdiloss Band Cap. j For Fall and W i n t e r wear. W h y he b o t h e r e d with Ear M u f f s ! C o m e in and s e e the Cap!

quite

a

singular

seen

one

thing,

hurry

weeping,

before.

I am

that having

seen

She

was

sure

them

sweater.

FOR

'having

absolutely

countless times before. wearing

not

Championship Sporting Goods

ot

weeping

She w a s not

That

Van Tongeren's

1 thought

w a s t h e m o s t s i n g u l a r s i n g u l a r i t y of

Ready-made Trousers $ 4 . 5 0 to $6.50

the

whole

impentrable

plot.

1 am

a w a r e that I w a s to be the w i t n e s s

S u i t a b l e for d r e s s .

of s o m e p r o f o u n d t r a g e d y . W h e n she

Co-Operative

Tailors

reached

Doctor's room

was there.

She

the

knocked

timidly.

" C o m e in," roared the Doctor.

120 East E i g h t h St.

For Shampoo with Bath

Doctor She

-USE—

k n e w as I did the Doctor's p r o f o u n d 4,

a v e r s i o n f o r Co-cmIs.

C A S T O L A Y .

1 shall c o m e

i r / ' s h e r o a r e d in a n s w e r , t h r u f a s t f a l l i n g tears.

The Best Shoe Repairing is Done |

O n c e in t h e r o o m , h e r

bellering increased into a great wailing.

T h e D o c t o r n e v e r l o o k e d up u n -

The new Castile Soap. Purest Soap ever n.adc 15c. a bar-

proceed.

SERVICE SHOE SHOP

Once having mastered her

Model Drug Store

til s h e h a d c a l m e d h e r s e l f e n o u g h t o

....at the....

«•

"It Pays

to trrde

at the Model."

COR.

RIVER

and 8TH SI.

j

great sorrow she gasped. "My sweat-

Located in the P S. Boter & Co Shoe Store

er, w h e r e is i t ? "

The Doctor spoke

without

a

making

sound.

"Your

s w e a t e r ? W h e r e is i t ?

14 West 8th St.

I m m e d i a t e l y he t u r n e d to one his n u m e r o u s

Instant Service—-All work guaranteed.

in

thegreat

files a n d leaves.

lost

The

of

himself

SUPERIOR

suspense

ic

w a s b e g i n n i n g to tell on t h e n e r v o u s y o u n g lady. t'h|e d o c t o r

was

searching,

quietly

searching, overcame her again.

Suits and Overcoats

divided and

N o w is the o p p o r t u n e time to yet y o m Best s e lection in S u i t s and O v e r c o a t s jmd all w i n t e r wear.

her

Cioofls

That terrible calm while

tiniel

weeping.

between Finally

t u r n e d and said

She

of all kinds at the

howling

the Doctor

S u p e r i o r

C i g a r

S t o r e

in s c a r c e l y a whis-

per, " Y o u h a v e n o t e a r n e d it.

You

(have q u a l i f i e d f o r o n l y t w o o u t o f t h e n e c e s s a r y t h r e e h o u r s of h o p s c o t c h . " " M y s w e a t e r , " g a s p e d the C o - e d and

John J. Rutgers The House

of New

fainted.

Co.

(To

Ideas.

Re

1 SUITS and OVERCOATS! j

Continued)

It is j u s t a s f o o l i s h t o run a f t e r a girl

as

it is t o

There'll always

chase a street

car.

he a n o t h e r a l o n g . —

Fall and w i n t e r Sui<s and O v e i c r a t s n o w in Latest s t y l e s and patterns.

Ex.

Prices a l w a y s right.

F U n V E U N

Advertising As a Subject Action just t a k e n by the authorit i e s of

Of for at

Kinds Occasions Times

ALL

SHADY

VAN

Detroit

Vanderlinde & Visser

n i t i o n a s a s u b j e c t o f b u s i n e s s education than a n y h e r e t o f o r e recorded. N o d e g r e e will be c o n f e r r e d b y t h e II. o f

1). u n l e s s t h e r e q u i r e d c o u r s e

in a d v e r t i s i n g h a s b e e n t a k e n .

DER P L O E G , Mgr. 281 E

P h o n e 1345

of

g i v e s to a d v e r t i s i n g a broader recog-

LA WN FLORISTS

JOHN B

the U n i v e r s i t y

1 6 t h St.

" S a y it willi Flower*. 1

If all t h e a d v e r t i s i n g p a g e s o f all t h e p a p e r s in t h e c o u n t r y w e r e piled

OVERCOATS Look over the new Fall line of Beautilul Coals - at —

together for a year they would form a v o l u m e e q u i v a l e n t of 21,000 W o o l w o r t h b u i l d i n g s piled on t o p of e a c h

Desk Lamps, Shades, Extensions

other.

P. S. Boter & Co.

sA

EDISON M A Z D A LAMPS

The

De Fouw's Electrip Shop, Opposite Hotel

sil

occasional

plants

and

discovery bones

in

of

the

fos-

an

almost

tropical

climate

p r e v a i l e d in t h e f a r north. E

W

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S

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:

S

H

O

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S

T

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h a s a st-ick o f S h o e s that s a t i s f i e s his c u s t o m e r s

E

When a man he

isn't

time

FRANK NEWHOUSE. College & 14th Street

. V

r e g i o n s h o w s t h a t a t s o m e p e r i o d of history

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