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Volume XLUI

Number 40

H0PE1TES DELIGHTED WITH DR. HARRISON Churchill Well Received By Hope Audience

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SPLENDID VESPER SERVICE OPENS HOPE PRAYER WEEK

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Hope Gridmen To Play Final Here Friday

* * Rev. Joseph R. Sizoo, pastor * 0 God, the protector of all • * of New York Ave. Presbyter- * that trust in Thee, without • 9 * ian Church, and Hope Col- * whom nothing is strong,, * * lege Alumnus of '07, has * ,plritui11 ,<!aders a r e failin t0 cm .nothing is holy; increase and • GIVES VIEWS OF CONSEROn Sunday afternoon at four K '' - * * been elected a member of * struct a comparable spiritual edimultiply upon us Thy mercy; * BARNARD MEN WILL GIVE o'clock a vesper service in the VATIVES ON ANGLOu * the Presbyterian Board of * PLENTY OF FIGHT that. Thou being our ruler * Memorial Chapel marked the open- fice to witness to the truth and AMERICAN RELATION * Foreign Missions. Rev. Mr. • ing of the annual week of prayer at necessity of the life of the soul of I • and guide, we may so pass * Hope Players Determine To Win * Sizoo is also a graduate of * Hope College. Rev. Paul Hinkamp, man. Business has constantly in- 9 through things temporal, • Scores London Treaty as Useless * New Brunswick Theological * One Victory This creased, placing upon Christians | that we finally lose not the * professor of Biblical Literature and Dangerous to World Peace * .Seminary, and received his * Season presided and le4 in devotions. Spe- the necessity of providing an ade- « things eternal. Grant this, 4« * Doctor's degree from Hope * quate ethics. The education of wo0 Heavenly Father, for the cial music was provided by Mr. W. I •> Last Friday evening the students * College. • The Hope college eleven will face C; Snow and his Chapel Choir, men and the diffusion of scientific I <• sake of Jesus Christ, rtur * of Hope College and citizens of its final grid opponent of the seaMr. Sizoo is author of two * knowledge has led to the disruption Lord. Amen. • > which sang the anthem, "Hymn of, I Holland were addressed by Ran- * books: "Abraham Lincoln— * son Friday afternoon when Kala'of a vital home life. Praise." dolph Churchill, youthful scion of * A Heritage and a Hope," * mazoo college appears on the local The old and established communDr. Paul Harrison, who has seen j field. The Hope-Kalamazoo game an old and famous English family * and "William Jennings Bry- • ions are in many instances failing j is expected to be the high spot in noted for its political significance * an." • many years of service as a medical to meet the spiritual needs of the missionary in Arabia, # was the j the schedule of both teams, and a and contributions to the governmasses, declared the speaker. Bespeaker, beginning a series of six worthwhile battle is in store. ment of Britain, and in particular cause of this many have turned addresses to the student body of In basketball Hope has Calvin as to the policies of the Conservative their spiritual eye toward irregular Hope. He announced that his lecjits rival,, but Kalamazoo has been Party. groups for an effective religious tures would center about the words j the great foe of Hope athletic Mr. Churchill presented to his message. These groups are dangerof John the Apostle: "If ye abide | teams for a great number of years. audience in a very cogent form ous because they usually present in my word ye shall know the truth what he considers the ideal in reone angle of truth to excess, but NEW MEMBERS WILI, BE RE- Last fall the Orange and Blue gridand the truth shall make you free." ders earned a decision over the gard to Anglo-American relations. their popularity attests to the failCEIVED ON THE 1.3TH OF 1 In the lecture of Sunday afternoon Hornets at Kalamazoo. The visitors He scored the accomplishments of ure of the church in many instances. DECEMBER will arrive intent on gaining ample the Labor Party, in particular the STUDENT VOLUNTEER REPRE- Dr. Mr. Harrison featured the Why is the church failing? Dr. failure of conventional religion of revenge for that defeat. London Naval Treaty, as the activiSENTATIVE TO MEET Mr. Harrison declared that it is all The girls' societies are preparing today to effectively meet man's Kalamazoo boasts of two victies of those who are motivated by HOPITES due to the failure to place the em- for their new girls' programs. spiritual needs and the quest for tories in M. I. A. A. this fall. Last sloppy sentimentality rather than phasis upon the greatest word in After the various programs are something better. Saturday the Hornets edged out by sound reason and the viewpoint Blessings are to be multiplied to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Sur- given the elections will be held on Olivet by a 7-6 score. Earlier in of statesmen. The burden that is being placed render. There must be a distinction the twelfth of December. The girls the students of Hope this week, In presenting his views Mr. when in addition to the prayer j upon the Christian Gospel is con- between those who follow Christ will be received into the societies the season Hillsdale was beaten by the same margin. Coach Barnard Churchill based his argument on week exercises and Dr. Harrison's! stantly becoming heavier, declared and those who do not, declared the on the thirteenth. has built a strong team from little the premise that "self-interest is presence, we shall have with us on the speaker. Today science is rear- speaker. The foundation for the The Rushing and Pledging rules material at the Kalamazoo instituthe basis of international exis- Thursday, Mr. Jesse R. Wilson, ing a marvelous structure of raChristian life must be sought in the of the girls' societies are as fol- tion. tence." Beginning with this postu- General Secretary of the Student tionalized truth, a structure that in lows: Kazoo had a revamped lineup late, he reared his structure of real Volunteer Movement, who is tour- no wise interferes with revealed truth of Christ. "Ye shall know the Rule I. Rushing shall hereby be 1 tru against Olivet. Due to the injury t h and the truth shall make you abolished. Anglo-American brotherhood. He ing the colleges of Michigan in an truth, but which becomes too much of two of the star backs, Dull and dechired that self-interest would effort to- reorganize the State the center of interest because I.free." j . Sec. A. It shall be considered Purcell, Co-captains' Haask and not keep us apart because the in-« Union of Student Volunteers. rushing to influence any girl for or King were pulled back from their terests of the two countries are Standing at the head of the 1 against one society either by atti1 tackle berths to halfbacks. Sullo, practically identical. We both have Movement which interprets to stutude or speech. who scored the touchdown against enough territory. We both have dents the world mission of ChrisSec. B. It shall be considered Hope, ran 65 yards for the counter democratic governments. We are tianity, he has acquired both the as rushing to unduly monopolize against Kazoo but missed the goal. the mutual possessors of a civiliza- insight and skill necessary for | any new girl's time either as an Schemiot counted Kalamazoo's tion, laws, customs, literature, and bringing students face to face with ; individual or society group. .touchdown, and Deehr kicked the religion that is undying evidence of the challenge of the world's need ' Sec. C. It shall be considered goal. the superiority of the Anglo-Saxon for Christ. rushing for any society group to Hope will be trying hard to win Our local Student Volunteer VARSITY AND FRESHMEN ! MYRON LEENHOUTS SELECT- j entertain new girls at spreads, teas race. its only victory of the year at the LOSE TO DALES BY ED FOR JUDGE; WYNGAR•Scoring again the sentimentality Band is entertaining Mr. Wilson on or parties of any kind before the expense of its rivals. Several BAD MARGINS DEN IS PROSECUTOR of poular politicians today, he spoke Thursday and invites every stuend of the election period, except changes were made in the lineup of international idealism as a dream dent interested or not interested in ^ at the annual receptions or open Plans for the Freshman trials meetings which shall be decided by at Hillsdale, and the team will be and in line with this condemned the the Volunteer Movement for for- j Hillsdale made it a field day at full strength against the invadLondon Treaty, which places a lim- eign missions to "come and see" in' against Hope last Saturday when which are to be held on November ers. (Continued on page 2) it upon the naval construction of a meeting with him at 4:45 o'clock. they took both ends of a double 17, were the main topic for discusEveryone should be at the final Opportunity will also be given; header by scores of 25 to 0 and 32 sion at the last meeting of the England and America, as the greatgame of the season. The team can for private conferences with Mr.! to 0. The Hope Fresh sutTered de-J Student Council. (Continued on Page 2) win this game, but it must be given Wilson, to anyone desiring counsel feat by the former score and the' The trials will be for Freshmen support. Let's wind up an otherwise with regard to Christian missions varsity by the latter. In the Frosh who have broken their class rules. unsuccessful grid year with a vicas a possible field for life invest- game, Hillsdale started with a rush All the complaints of offenses must tory over Kalamazoo. % ment. Arrangements can be made and .-cored in the first two minutes l>e reported before Nov. 10. These with Miss Vandorberg for these of play. Passing was not necessary, complaints must be reported to the as the Frosh line yielded to every | Committee of Justice, consisting of conferences. Embodied in the Hope Spirit is onslaught. It was a march of' Myron I^eenhouts, Lewis Scudder, FACULTY AND STUDENTS ARE the spirit of enthusiasm for for- straight football that gave Hills- Clarence Becker, Ethel Cunnagin ASKED TO GIVE eign missions, and it is a well- dale every one of her touchdowns. and Anna Booth. This committee SUGGESTIONS STUDENT FINANCIAL SUPknown fact that Hope ranks second Hope, on the contrary, gained only I was chosen at the meeting. Other PORT NEEDED FOR among th6 Christian colleges for by passes. Late in the game Hope officials who were elected are: Wanted: A name for the ath-j SUCCESS the number of missionaries on the started a passing attack that netted Judge, Myron Leenhouts; Prosecut- letic teams of Hope college. A few! KALAMAZOO COLLEGE WINS Nettinga ing Attorneys, Fred Wyngarden weeks ago the school paper of Hoi-1 field. In view of this fact we feel some very nice gains. FIRST IN CROSS Hope College students were glad justified in anticipating a large hurled all of the passes with Van and Justin Van der Polk; Clerk, land High School asked for sug- 1 COUNTRY MEET to hear the band this year at the group of students to greet Mr. Wil- Kalken and Van Peursem on the Jacob Juist; Bailiff, Harry Friesma. j gestions for a title by which the Homecoming when it made its first son at the Thursday meeting. receiving end. The Frosh's at- The officials will preside at the I teams of that school could be appearance. Edwin Tellman, who tempts at rushing v^ere stopped trials and will have the authority called. Sport writers refer to the The cross country team traveled was president last year, gathered very handily and after the ball had of a regular law court official. The high school athletes as the Hinga-i to Kalamazoo Saturday, November Notfee as many old members and new reA. J. Westveer, postmaster at been carried deep into Hillsdale ter- jury will be chosen shortly before men, Dutchmen, Wooden Shoes, 1, and placed second in an M.I.A.A. cruits as he could, and under Mr. and other names. Holland, aaka for publication of the ritory by the savage aerial attack the trial by Judge Leenhouts. cross country race in which Kazoo, Eugene F. Heeter's direction a some Hillsdale back would interThe trials .will be -short and following: Attention is renewed to Now the same request is asked Albion and Hope participated. Kapractice was held with the result the failure of some postmasters to cept and begin another race to- snappy this year. Each defendant of the students and instructors of zoo took first with 15 points, Hope that the band was able to play for has only two "pro" witnesses and Hope college. Sport writers refer second with "50, and Albion third see that previously used postage ward the Hope goal line. the parade and mass meeting FriThe varsity game started in two "con" witnesses. •_ to us as Dutchmen, Wooden Shoes, with 55. stampe and postal indorsements day, October 24. Another item of the Student Hopeites. Wouldn't it sound more Beside the fact that they were from a previous mailing are re- much the same way as the Frosh No definite plans for the future from laundry cases or other encounter, although the varsity Council meeting was the ordering business-like to have a name like running of their own course. Kazoo have been made as yet because of before they are again from Holland were a bit more stub- of toques and berets for the Frosh. other schools have, for instance, the had the advantage of entering six' lack of financial backing. However, for mailing. Failure to do born in relinquishing yardage. These to be worn during the win- Kalamazoo College Hornets, the men who had the experience of "Ed" promises that when basketMichigan Wolverines, the Michigan running cross country last year. Uda Muses much embarrassment Hope received at the start of the ter. ball season opens, the fray. Tries at the line were inefand eonfusion in the mails. State Spartans, and the Chicago Both the Hope and Albion teams resume its practices Tfce reuse of such containers of fectual and Hope punted rather t Maroons. were inexperienced. Moreover, the the team by playing at reversible address cards or other poorly. The onslaught was begun. Mrs. Durfee, Dr. Dimnent, Dr. j So, now, students and faculty, Kazoo men had already participatlabels bearing old postage stamps, Around end, through tackle deAll those who play baad Nykerk, and Prof, and Mrs. Snow •think of an appropriate name for ed in three races this year, so that postal indorsements, etc., exposed ments are urged to watch for • on the address side is not permis- layed bucks through the center of journeyed to Grand Rapids last ! the teams. The sport writers of the there* was no great surprise when notice of the next practice sible. New cards or labels should be the line gained first down after j Anchor, Watson Spoelstra and the first six men to finish happened to attend, whether thejr art used in all cases unless the old first down till Hope was fighting 6n Wednesday to attend a wedding: Harry Verstrate, will collect the to be Kazoo men. The fastest man stamps and postal indorsements are their own 8 yard line. Hillsdale bers or not. The band names and select one if appropri- on the Kazoo team took 28 min. 13 carefully removed from the address Miss Thelma Vroom of Detroit of support if it is ti side before the matter is presented then very cleverly called a pass ate. Hand your entries to one of sec. to cover the five miles. this year, and every I Reynolds to Knight which took was the week-end guest of Laurena the*, staff members in the next few for mailinsr. Nick Cupery, the first Hope man do his bit to help til ™ A. J. WESTVEER. (Continued on Page 2) Hollebrands. days. (Contimed on Page Two)

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Jesse Wilson Here Tomorrow For Missions

Hillsdale Men Council Meet Beat Both Hope Plans For Frosh Teams There Sat. Trials Nov. 17

Tellman Plans For School Band This Winter

Sport Writers Solicit Name For Hope Teams

Hope Second In M.I.A.A. Track Meet at Kazoo

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Volume XLUI

Number 40

HOPEITES DELIGHTED WITH DR. HARRISON •

Churchill Well Received By Hope Audience GIVES VIEWS OF CONSERV A T I V E S ON ANGLOAMERICAN RELATION

SIZOO ELECTED TO FOREIGN BOARD Rev. Joseph R. Sizoo, pastor of New York Ave. Presbyterian Church, and Hope College Alumnus of '07, has been elected a member of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. Rev. Mr. Sizoo is also a graduate of New Brunswick Theological .Seminary, and received his Doctor's degree from Hope College. Mr. Sizoo is author of two books: "Abraham Lincoln— A Heritage and a Hope," and "William Jennings Bryan."

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SPLENDID VESPER SERYICE OPENS HOPE PRAYER WEEK On Sunday afternoon at four o'clock a vesper service in the Memorial Chapel marked the opening of the annual week of prayer at Hope College. Rev. Paul Hinkamp, professor of Biblical Literature presided and le4 in devotions. Special music was provided by Mr. W. C; Snow and his Chapel Choir, which sang the anthem, "Hymn of Praise."

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A PRAYER .FOR THE WEEK 0 God, the protector of all that trust in Thee, without whom nothing is strong, nothing is holy; increase and multiply upon us Thy mercy; that. Thou being our ruler and guide, we may so pass through things temporal, that we finally lose not the things eternal. Grant this, 0 Heavenly Father, for the sake of Jesus Christ, dur Lord. Amen.

Hope Gridmen To Play Final Here Friday

' BARNARD MEN WILL GIVE struct a comparable spiritual ediPLENTY OF FIGHT fice to witness to the truth and necessity of the life of the soul of Hope Players Determine To Win man. Business has constantly inOne Victory This Scores London Treaty as Useless creased, placing upon Christians and Dangerous to World Peace Season the necessity of providing an ade-, quate ethics. The education of wo-. Last Friday evening the students The Hope college eleven will face men and the diffusion of scientific its final grid opponent of the seaof Hope College and citizens of knowledge has led to the disruption son Friday afternoon when KalaHolland were addressed by Ranof a vital home life. mazoo college appears on the local dolph Churchill, youthful scion of The old and established communDr. Paul Harrison, who has seen field. The Hope-Kalamazoo game an old and famous English family ions are in many instances failing many years of service as a medical is expected to be the high spot in noted for its political significance to meet the spiritual needs of the missionary in Arabia, was the the schedule of both teams, and a # and contributions to the governmasses, declared the speaker. Bespeaker, beginning a series of six worthwhile battle is in store. ment of Britain, and in particular cause of this many have turned addresses to the student body of In basketball Hope has Calvin as to the policies of the Conservative their spiritual eye toward irregular Hope. He announced that his lecits rival,, but Kalamazoo has been Party. groups for an effective religious tures would center about the words the great foe of Hope athletic Mr. Churchill presented to his message. These groups arc dangerof John the Apostle: "If ye abide teams for a great number of years. audience in a very cogent form ous because they usually present in my word ye shall know the truth Last fall the Orange and Blue gridwhat he considers the ideal in reone angle of truth to excess, but NEW MEMBERS WILL BE REand the truth shall make you free." their popularity attests to the failders earned a decision over the gard to Anglo-American relations. CEIVED ON THE 13TH OF Hornets at Kalamazoo. The visitors In the lecture of Sunday afternoon He scored the accomplishments of DECEMBER ure of the church in many instances. will arrive intent on gaining ample Dr. Mr. Harrison featured the the Labor Party, in particular the STUDENT VOLUNTEER REPREWhy is the church failing? Dr. revenge for that defeat. failure of conventional religion of London Naval Treaty, as the activiThe girls' societies are preparing SENTATIVE TO MEET Mr. Harrison declared that it is all Kalamazoo boasts of two victoday to effectively meet man's ties of those who are motivated by due to the failure to place the em- for their new girls' programs. HOPITES tories in M. I. A. A. this fall. Last spiritual needs and the quest for sloppy sentimentality rather than phasis upon the greatest word in After the various programs are Saturday the Hornets edged out something better. by sound reason and the viewpoint Blessings are to be multiplied to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Sur- given the elections will be held on Olivet by a 7-6 score. Earlier in The burden that is being placed render. There must be a distinction the twelfth of December. The girls of statesmen. the students of Hope this week, In presenting his views Mr. when in addition to the prayer upon the Christian Gospel is con- between those who follow Christ will be received into the societies the season Hillsdale was beaten by the same margin. Coach Barnard Churchill based his argument on week exercises and Dr. Harrison's stantly becoming heavier, declared and those who do not, declared the on the thirteenth. has built a strong team from little t e the premise that "self-interest is presence, we shall have with us on ^ speaker. Today science is rear speaker. The foundation for the The Rushing and Pledging rules material at the Kalamazoo instituthe basis of international exis- Thursday, Mr. Jesse R. Wilson, ing a marvelous structure of ra- Christian life must be sought in the of the girls' societies are as foltion. lows: tence." Beginning with this postu- General Secretary of the Student tionalized truth, a structure that in truth of Christ. "Ye shall know the Kazoo had a revamped lineup late, he reared his structure of real Volunteer Movement, who is tour- no wise interferes with revealed Rule I. Rushing shall hereby be againgt Olivet. Due to the injury Anglo-American brotherhood. He ing the colleges of Michigan in an truth, but which becomes too much truth and the truth shall make you abolished. of two of the star backs, Dull and declared that self-interest would effort to* reorganize the State the center of interest because free." Sec. A. It shall be considered Purcell, Co-captains Haask and not keep us apart because the in-« Union of Student Volunteers. j rushing to influence any girl for or King were pulled back from their terests of the two countries are Standing at the head of the against one society either by attitackle berths to halfbacks. Sullo, tude or speech. practically identical. We both have Movement which interprets to stuwho scored the touchdown against enough territory. We both have dents the world mission of ChrisSec. B. It shall be considered Hope, ran 65 yards for the counter democratic governments. We are tianity, he has acquired both the I as rushing to unduly monopolize against Kazoo but missed the goal. the mutual possessors of a civiliza- insight and skill necessary for i any new girl's time either as an Schemiot counted Kalamazoo's individual or society group. tion, laws, customs, literature, and bringing students face to face with touchdown, and Deehr kicked the religion that is undying evidence of the challenge of the world's need Sec. C. It shall be considered goal. rushing for any society group to the superiority of the Anglo-Saxon for Christ. Hope will be trying hard to win Our local Student Volunteer VARSITY AND FRESHMEN MYRON LEENHOUTS SELECT- entertain new girls at spreads, teas its only victory of the year at the race. LOSE TO DALES BY ED FOR JUDGE; WYNGARor parties of any kind before the expense of its rivals. Several •Scoring again the sentimentality Band is entertaining Mr. Wilson on HAD MARGINS DEN IS PROSECUTOR end of the election period, except changes were made in the lineup of poular politicians today, he spoke Thursday and invites every student interested or not interested in y . at the annual receptions or open at Hillsdale, and the team will be of international idealism as a dream Hillsdale made it a field day Plans for the Freshman trials meetings which shall be decided by the Volunteer Movement for for{ and in line with this condemned the at full strength against the invadw against Hope last Saturday when hich are to be held on November London Treaty, which places a lim- eign missions to "come and see" in ers. (Continued on page 2) it upon the naval construction of a meeting with him at 4:45 o'clock. they took both ends of a double 17, were the main topic for discus-1 • Everyone should be at the final s on a Opportunity will also be given I header by scores of 25 to 0 and 32 ' t the last meeting of the England and America, as the greatgame of the season. The team can 0 u for private conferences with Mr. I^ Hope Fresh sutTered de-, ^ d e n t Council. (Continued on Page 2) win this game, but it must be given • • • • • I RR\r\ + 4K ^ I I Wilson, to anyone desiring counsel ^ ^he former score and the The trials will be for Freshmen, support. Let's wind up an otherwise with regard to Christian missions varsity by the latter. In the Frosh who have broken their class rules.; unsuccessful grid year with a vicas a possible field for life invest- game, Hillsdale started with a rush ) All the complaints of offenses must tory over Kalamazoo. ment. Arrangements can be made and scored in the first two minutes, be reported before Nov. 10. These with Miss Vanderberg for these of play. Passing was not necessary 1 complaints must be reported to the as the Frosh line yielded to every Committee of Justice, consisting of conferences. Embodied in the Hope Spirit is onslaught. It was a march of Myron Leenhouts, Lewis Scudder, FACULTY AND STUDENTS ARE the spirit of enthusiasm for for- straight football that gave Hills- Clarence Becker, Ethel Cunnagin ASKED TO GIVE eign missions, and it is a well- dale every one of her touchdowns, and Anna Booth. This committee SUGGESTIONS STUDENT FINANCIAL SUPknowrn fact that Hope ranks second Hope, on the contrary, gained only i was chosen at the meeting. Other PORT NEEDED FOR among the Christian colleges for by passes. Late in the game Hope officials who were elected are: Wanted: A name for the athSUCCESS the number of missionaries on the started a passing attack that netted Judge, Myron Leenhouts; Prosecut- letic teams of Hope college. A few KALAMAZOO COLLEGE WINS Nettinga ing Attorneys, Fred Wyngarden weeks ago the school paper of Holfield. In view of this fact we feel some very nice gains. FIRST IN CROSS Hope College students were glad justified in anticipating a large hurled all of the passes with Van and Justin Van der Polk; Clerk, land High School asked for sugCOUNTRY MEET to hear the band this year at the group of students to greet Mr. Wil- Kalken and Van Peursem on the Jacob Juist; Bailiff, Harry Friesma. gestions for a title by which the Homecoming when it made its first son at the Thursday meeting. receiving end. The Frosh's at- The officials will preside at the teams of that school could be appearance. Edwin Tellman, who tempts at rushing w^ere stopped trials and will have the authority called. Sport writers refer to the The cross country team traveled was president last year, gathered very handily and after the ball had of a regular law court official. The high school athletes as the Hingra- to Kalamazoo Saturday, November Notke i as many old members and new reA. J. Weatveer, postmaster at been carried deep into Hillsdale ter- jury will be chosen shortly before men, Dutchmen, Wooden Shoes, 1, and placed second in an M.l.A.A. cruits as he could, and under Mr. and other names. cross country race in which Kazoo, Holland, asks for publication of the ritory by the savage aerial attack the trial by Judge Leenhouts. Eugene F. Heeter's direction a some Hillsdale back would interThe trials ,will be short and Now the same request is asked Albion and Hope participated. Kafollowing: Attention is renewed to practice was held with the result cept and begin another race t o | p p i defendant sna y th s y e a r Eac(l of the students and instructors of zoo too|f first with 15 points, Hope the failure of some postmasters to that the band was able to play for has only two "pro" witnesses and Hope college. Sport writers refer second with "50, and Albion third see that previously used postage ward the Hope goal line. the parade and mass meeting FriThe varsity game started In two "con" witnesses. to us as Dutchmen, Wooden Shoes, with 55. stampf and postal indorsements day, October 24. much the same way as the Frosh Hopeites. Wouldn't it sound more Beside the fact that they were Another item of the Student fmm a previous mailing are reNo definite plana for the future encounter, although the varsity business-like to have a name like running of their own course. Kazoo Council meeting was the ordering from laundry cases or other have been made as yet because of from Holland were a bit more stubother schools have, for instance, thfe had the advantage of entering six' of toques and berets for the Frosh. s before they are again lack of iacK oi nnanciai financial backing. oacKing. However, iiowever. . . . ... „ . . bom in relinquishing yardage. Kalamazoo College Hornets, the men who had the experience of These to be worn during the winf o r mail ng F u l n r e 10 d "Ed" promises that when hMkrt' - / ° Hope received at the start of the Michigan Wolverines, the Michigan running cross country last year. - -. iL this causes much embarrassment ter. ball season opens, the fray. Tries at the line were inefand eonfusion in the mails. State Spartans, and the Chicago Both the Hope and Albion teams resume its practices and The reuse of such containers of fectual and Hope punted rather «« " i Maroons. were inexperienced. Moreover, the rerersible address cards or other poorly. The onslaught was begun. the team by playing at every Mrs. Durfee, Dr. Dimnent, Dr.ji s 0 f n o w > students and faculty, Kazoo men had already participatAll those who play band instru- labels bearing old postage stamps, Around end, through tackle de- Nykerk, and Prof, and Mrs. Snow think of an appropriate name for ed in three races this year, so that postal indorsements, etc., exposed ments are urged to watch for a on the address side is not permis- layed bucks through the center of journeyed to Grand Rapids last' the teams. The sport writers of the therer was no great surprise when notice of the next practice sible. New cards or labels should be the line gained first down after Wednesday to attend a wedding: Anchor, Watson Spoelstra and the first six men to finish happened used in all cases unless the old first down till Hope was fighting 6n to attend, whether they i Harry Verstrate, will collect the to be Kazoo men. The fastest man bers or not. The band will aeed lots stamps and postal indorsements are their own 8 yard line. Hillsdale i f i * . m. i— * tv s* names and select one if appropn- on the Kazoo team took 28 min. 13 removed from the address Miss Thelma Vroom of Detroit . u . of support if it is to liaapi going carefully then very cleverly called a pass ate. Hand your entries to one of sec. to cover the five miles. side before the matter is presented this year, and every Hopeite would for mailing. ^ Reynolds to Knight which took was the week-end guest of Laurena j the^ staff members in the next few Nkk Cupery, the first Hope man do his bit to help tkt A. J. WESTVEER (Continued on Page 2) Hollebrands. \ days. (Continued on Page Two)

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CHURCHILL WELL RECEIVED Cupery 32:27 6 backs seemed utterly bewildered by gerink's uncanny ability to jump BY HOPE AUDIENCE 14 (A) 32:57 , 7 Hillsdale passes which were very Entered a t t h e Pout Office a t Holland. Michigan, an Second Claas Matter. high in the air and to take them Zegerius 33:00. .1, 8 short and which were thrown very Accepted for raailinR at special r a t e o f . p o a t a w provided for in Section 110S of out of the opponenta' hands. (Continued from Page One) Act of Comrresa. October 3. 1917. Authorised October 19. 1918. Gryzen 34:20 9 j quickly. 13 (A) 35:00 10 The second half Qope again est menace to world peace today. He 15 (A) 35:20 .11 STAFF kicked off to Hillsdale and again it maintained that the Anglo-Amer- 11 (A) 35:25. .12 was straight football that took the * J. Coert Rylaarsdam ican navies represent the combined Decker 36:51. .13 ball down the field. This time an The College Ave. Barber Associate Editors......... Esther Mulder, Ivan Johnson, Harri Zegarius peace insuring power of the world. Bossen end run by Reynolds scored the Shop Welcomes You. Sports. Watson Spoelstra, Harry Verstrate Furthermore, he said that .the broek 36:52. .14 marker. The try for extra point Humorr: C. HUIZENGA, Prop. Richard Niesink, Treaty, manifests a type ^ of inter- E^erwas not successful and it looked for Sororities. Marion De Kuiper national meddling that is impracbroek 36:57. a time as if th^ varsity would be Fraternities Jack De Witt ticable. Each nation must solve its 12 (A) . 7 .15 defeated by the same score as wer^ Campus News Ruby Aiken own problems. The United States Head Reporter Lilian Sabo is faced with the negro problem, HILLSDALE MEN BEAT BOTH the Freshnien. Hope fought stubbornly but to no avail. Late in the Reporters: Kthel Leetsma, Rudolph Nichols, Grace Hudson, Julia With the prohibition problem. But HOPE TEAMS THERE SAT. fourth quarter, Reynolds, who had Hondelink. May ford Ross, M. Klow, R. Voskuil, K. Ives, England is not putting her finger (Continued from Page One) been doing some remarkable work C. Cook, M. Beach, W. Austin, C. Norlin. into the pie to try to help solve all day, broke away on an offHope completely by surprise and these, stated the speaker. So liketackle smash, stiff-armed a couple resulted in an easy touchdown. The wise England has problems that are BUSINESS STAFF of Hope's secondary and dashed try for extra point was wide and - A t peculiar to herself, and can be away 60 yards for the last touchthe score was 6 to 0. Business Manager Gerald Huenink solved only by herself. One of these Hope then kicked off to Hillsdale down. The last twenty yards he ran Assistants Ruth Gerrlings, Irving Decker is her naval power. Mr. Churchill Circulation Manager Dave Reardon declared that his country is so and another march was started alone, no one felt like chasing him. r Hope was excelled in every dedensely populated that its home Once in a while the play was partment of play. The only offensmeared by a zealous Hope college g a m e s ? T h e c h e e r i n g m a y be food supply will last only two tackier but most of the tries at the sive weapon that Hope used effecWatch and Jewelry weeks. Moreover, England is only a m a n i f e s t a t i o n of school tually was a long forward pass. line were good for 4 or 5 yards. Repairing twenty miles from the mainland of s p i r i t if it is d o n e t o e n c o u r - Europe with its hatreds and secre- Reynolds was exceptionally good on This worked because of Garry Wieage t j i e t e a m . B u t c h e e r i n g is cies which may any moment cause the off-tackle plays, often _zig-zag- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ^ a conflagration. Then again the de- ging his way 10 to 15 yards. Letn e v e r school s p i r i t . vina, the giant tackle would open of u n i t i n g i n d i v i d u a l p o w e r pendencies of the British Empire holes with seeming ease and tries Youth Speaks are located in every corner of the P h o n e 2465 with a l a r g e r p o w e r , a c a s e of at other parts of the line were globe, and England must be readyb e i n g pos- to succor them at a moment's no- practically as effective. Fred WynThe ancient Hebrew psalm- possessing and ^ they did u.u England nngmna durnur- garden was socked in the neck ist s a n g . " A n d y o u r y o u n g sessed, a c a s e of l o s i n g t h e tice, even as early in th« second quarter and left in m e n shall see v i s i o n s , a n d q u e e r n e s s of u n d e v e l o p e d ill- P the World War. The speaker the game. Beaver, playing in a " T h e H o u s e of S e r v i c e " f u r t h e r c,ted In(,ia d i v i d u a l i t y , a n d g a i n i n g t h e as an example y o u r old m e n shall d r e a m foreign position, at center, was also ,L P ™ ' ' 1 ™ ' h " t can be pulled at this point of the game, i d r e a m s . " L a s t F r i d a y e v e n i n g g r e a t n e s s of t r u e s e l f - d e v e l o p - "\ ^ ^ solved only by England. Hrunson went in at center, Zwemer' a young man from England ment through contacts with The y o u n g Conscrvative ,ontin, Auto—Call Delivery—Service moved to Wyngarden's tackle, J u i s t ' t r i e d t o p r o v e t h a t t h e old t h i n g s g r e a t e r t h a n we. School ued by advocating a' progressive took Brunson's guard and Painter College Ave. a n d 6th S t . Holland, Mich. m e n ' s d r e a m s w e r e i n d e e d s p i r i t is ideal p a t r i o t i s m on a alliance on the part of Great Bri- played at the other tackle. Change tain and the United States to whip m e r e b a u b l e s of t h e i m a g i n a - small scale. in the line-up failed to stop HillsB u t e v e n a s t h e r e is c o u n - the world into line with the supe- dale's attack and 2 more toucht i o n . a n d t h a t t h e clew to .i rior systems and standards of these nn p a t n o h s m . s o t h e r e t W o K r c a t n a t i o n s a s o p p o s e d t o t h ( . downs were scored before the E peaceful Anglo-American rela| "half-time." The score at the half I t i o n s lay in t h e v i s i o n s of t h e m a ) l)e c o u n t e r f e i t school j present attitude of exemplary dowas 19 to Q . All of these touchy o u n g m e n . B u t w h a t is still s p i r i t . O n e w h o w i s h e s a t e a m Cility. He suggested for example downs were scored by short fort h a t theS€ two ^ r e a t s t a t e s declare ward passes after straight, hardm o r e a s t o u n d i n g — h e a l m o s t r e p r e s e n t i n g t h e school t o win a n e m b a r f f 0 u o n a11 P Russian ex- driving football had brought the c o n v i n c e d us. Mr. C h u r c h i l l ' s by h o o k o r b y crook, h a s n o t S A M E QUALITY — L O W E R C O S T P 0 , t S a n d , h S C m p e l t h e S v i e t 10 bull deep into Hope territory. Hope school s p i r i t , b u t only a n o v e r ' ' " ° , ° p o r t r a y a l of p o s s i b i l i t i e s u n d e r . ' j a n uvci .recognize her foreign debts and c i r c u m s t a n c e s b r o u g h t a b o u t e m p h a s i z e d e n t h u s i a s m f o r cease her political propaganda. Also b y a d h e r e n c e t o c e r t a i n y o u n g f o o t b a l l o r b a s k e t b a l l , f o r o r a - * t h a t the two nations open up the pnU ntial ma ' »"kets of China and m a n policies w a s g r a p h i c a n d t o r y o r d e b a t i n g , o r f o r a n y j thu!i a e v i a U o t h e r s p i r i t u a l o r p h y s i c a l c a l 1 " ' < i ' ! P r e s s i™ at home i n t e n s e l y i n t e r e s t i n g . S o m e of

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h i s visions, h o w e v e r , t h o u g h desirable for fulfillment, were seemingly far-fetched and even idealistic, — t h e v e r y quality he had declared himself a g a i n s t . W e m o r e c o s m o politan A m e r i c a n s s h i e d a t h i s s u b t l e a l l u s i o n s to A n g l o - S a x on s u p e r i o r i t y . We m a y find it difficult enough to retain o u r t e m p o r a r y a d v a n c e of o t h e r races, without t r y i n g to b r i n g t h e m u p t o o u r level. W e would u n d o u b t e d l y t h i n k t w i c e before s e t t i n g out to m o d e r n ize C ' . i n a v/ithin t h e s h o r t s p a c e of Lime a l l o t t e d by M r . Churchill. We must r e m e m b e r t h a t Chinese civilization began several thousand y e a r s before C h r i s t , a n d h a s t a k e n its s l o w c o u r s e u p w a r d to t h e p r e s e n t t i m e . C e r t a i n l y , its p r o g r e s s is m a d d e n i n g l y slow t o occidentals, b u t w e m u s t r e a l i z e t h a t China, or a n y other oriental: ..

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l i s t e n i c s in w h i c h t e a m s m a y h,nd " I blessing upon the Chinese. The e n g a g e . A n d a n y o n e c a n h a v e tenor of his program was decidedly e n t h u s i a s m if h e is still alive, imperialistic and fraught with the N o t e v e r y o n e , h o w e v e r , can P 0 l' c y of interference in world h a v e school s p i r i t . It is h e w h o f 8 ^ ^ 8 , t ^ 0 U f ? h w i t b a n attitude of holds p e r s o n a l h o n o r a b o v e ' m u t u a l b S"efit to the nations inter• ] r • c i 'cred with and those interfering. g a i n a n d f a i r n e s s of p l a y . This attitude seemed to many lisa b o v e t h e w i n n i n g , w h o can^tener's to be a heavy burden to m o s t e a s i l y c a t c h t h i s e l u s i v e , p , a c e u P o n the speaker's major mood, e l u s i v e indeed, b u t i f | P r e m i s e once c a u g h t , n e v e r lost. G r a c - ' E v e r y o n e w a s delighted with the • , ... . bio t , | young speaker s keeness of intellect ' • h o Wl11 h d e - ' w h i c h w a s ,vid(;nce(1 e s p e c i a l l y f e a t a n d \ i c t o i \ in t h e i r t u r n , the Forum he conducted. His apAnd if he does n o t a l w a y s feel P^rance here may have caused the d e e p e s t f e r v o r of a P r a y e r division of opinion with regard to political policies, but it certainly Week, uhet will, t least, vv in, adL ItMhL, recICCi , ^ .. , . , woke up a few people to the real- i o g m z e its sacred importance. i 2 a t i o n t h a t t h e r e a r e w o r | d p i , o b

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nation, cannot l)e hurried. u,: . . H o w e v e r , C h u r c h i l l ' s atti-i b c abolished t u d e t o w a r d A n g l o - A m e r i c a n ! c p „ A ''r t r e l a t i o n s , a n d e s p e c i a l l y t h e | pledging to ask any g i T t V / o T n ' f T , ) a . s s i n g " p t h e o t h e r a t least, 0 m e s (, n a v a l q u e s t i o n , a p p e a l e d t o US any society before the end of the I uring the last half! rni,e The _ii E n g l i s h m e n f"e l"t election period. It shall be consid-1 Hope man lost several I g r e a t*1.. l y . iIfr all t h e s a m e w a y a b o u t t h e m a t - ered pledging to exact a promise strides crossing the street and eh I c t e r , a n d all A m e r i c a n s believ- fc^^'orZ t in t h r e e 1 P riod. i seconds after No. 14. Dan Gryzen ed t h e m , t h e r e w o u l d s u r e l y Rule III. (with a big grin on his face) fin-i l)e no m o r e q u i b b l i n g o v e r n a Elections shall take place at a ished next, and after him trailed! v«l l i m i t a t i o n . time designated by all the societies. Nos. 13, 15, and 11 of Albion. Of W e like C h u r c h i l l . W e like Sec. A. Election period shall exh i s s p i r i t , t h o u g h h i s a p p l i c a - tend twenty-four hours after the the last groupv to come in Decker nosed out his running mate Bostion m a y be w h a t we t e r m "all time of the meetings. Rule IV. . ,1 u . ? senbroek by a second, and Ellerw e t . " H i s outlook is a s a n e broek finished far of No or.e, a n d t h a t , we believe, is I to o b ^ v f t h e ^ m f e g . 0 " - 12 Rule V. Albion. the important thing. Herc are -o These rules shall be made a part the results as tabulated, of the Constitution of each society. | Only the first five men of each T h e B a s i s f o r School flgUred in t h e After the singiW of the Prater • p 3 ' " 1 0 Pointsncr and and "Little "IJttI* Wkifo T.iao»» Gunners, Time ' Pts. song White Lies, Johnny Muilenberg gave some se- 1 ( K ) 28:13 ... 1 ti • « 2 (K) 28:13. What is then this school lections on the ±trombone which ! siirit that everyone talks ^ . f v l l o w ^ i b y , ? c°™?t R,oio- 8 (K) 28:29 i . j * i, m I Chuck Van Dommehn officiated at alX)Ut d u n n g football s e a s o n / t h e piwio and his piano solo was 5 (K) 29:52 a:id w h o is its p o s s e s s o r ? I s i t exceptw^ygcMxl. Connie Vander 4 (K) 29:53 6 (K) 30:43 ti.e turbulent s h o u t i n g a t the 1 tenor BueM w L T e J f n o ^ 0 1 1 1 (Continued in Neit Column)

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It is hard enough to become accustomed to college life without having to be humiliated by a set of obnoxious laws imposed upon them by a few overbearing "upperclassmen" who merely want to POPULAR RENDEZVOUS show their self-appointed authority. DRAWS ANOTHER Twelve Years After The students of Hope College again look forward to another vaHOPE CLUB would be far more highly respectcation. Yes, friends as strange as To you, brave dead, who lie where ed by the citizens of Holland if poppies blow. •Just for a variety in their meetit may seem, the Annual Gorging they would do away with these Whose dust enobles Flanders' fields, ings the choristers gathered. SatOrgy called Thanksgiving is but nonsensical rules and act more like sleep on; urday night to have a "gay old the students of a fine Christian colihree short weeks away so all the Rest, weary warriors, may you time" at the skating rink. lege such as we have, should act. students can now eat at Voorhees never know Mr. and Mrs. Snow gathered to make themselves capable of con- The cause for which you died is If there were any logical reasons with forty-three of the members why such rules as we have should suming considerably more when still unwon. be enforced it would bc an entirely at seven-fifteen in front of Graves the great day comes, different matter, but WHY, I hon- Hall, All rode, hut some admitted • • • For though Peace came at last t o L ^ i . . L rt „i i ... ' , , . j estly ask, 0should anything such as they were "packed" in. Everyone hush your guns. That wasn't so hot but we are the pot and tie rule be permitted ? seemed bent on having a good time under an almost incomprehensible Blind hate still stalks the land— It would not be so bad if you even if they had to get it by fallearth's greatest foe; mental strain. We can't decide were only required to wear them ing. (Dick Neisink featured in this whether to tell our relatives to give And man still rises up in fear and to classes. (I suppose we have to event,) shuns After skating — and falling — us neckties or socks this Christmas. submit to something like this so His fellow-men, laying his brothers for two hours the choristers used The year before last we specified that the "upper-classmen's" cravlow. their voices in calling for food. neckties and had such a supering for superiority, which they Cidar and doughnuts fulfilled this abundance of sartorial atrocities, i seem to get in any other way, n dead,—Ours to hold high the c a n . d o . . . . f desire and then they wanted more most of which must have been cre- Brave n . . . , rp be satisfied). But why should ated for the sole purpose of strang- • ren- 10 win we have to wear them to functions ling the wearer, that we were un- The world to love. Ours to dispel t h a t h a v e a b s o l u t e ] y n o t h i to do n«iiriM:iM:i,iixi;ii!iiii!iM:niMii:Di;mn'mu!iB:itBnDtiimiinin!nninB

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. . ,. ir , . pens to be m a different class in David Keep, '31. school ? -o The punishments which the What I Think of FreshH,K.K. gives are positively childman Rules ish, sometimes indecent. They cerj tainly are not very good "ads" for Note: The following article was our school. They take up a lot of submitted by a Freshman and pre- time that could be used to a good sents his view of the Freshman advantage by reading or studying. Rules. We believe in giving everyA Freshman, body his say, especially when by Permit us to remark that the doing so we can correct a few er- writer labors under the presumpc •TT roneous ideas lodged in the minds ii 0 n that the Freshman rules are of those who do the saying. There- laid down by the H.K.K. Nothing fore we publish the contribution could be farther from the truth, in toto and follow it up with a i They are drawn up by the STUfew corrections for the benefit of j DENT COUNCIL, an organization : I llllllll IHIII—I others who are similarly misin-; which represents the entire student formed. The article follows: j body at Hope. The H.K.K. is meromtmM,pi'miimmmmBimir.i!rv:i iiriTrnnrmtwmrmaiianiflHil I came to Hope College expecting j ly a n executive committee to see to find young men who were of the i that these rules are enforced, serious-minded, conscientious type. Furthermore the rules are not Men who were of firm character.. "hand-downs." Thoy vary in detail who came to college to get every- 1 f r o m y e a r t o y e a r Qf course their thing out of it that was possible, underlying idea is never changed; butrwhat do I find ? A B u s i n e s s b u i l t in q u a l i t y a n d s e r v i c e . neither is the constitution of the Please don't misunderstand me, 1'. S, with each recurring congress. Suits Pressed while-u-wair. I am not referring to all of the Many things could be* said, hut Felt H a t s cleaned t h r u o u r —expertly students, for I think that the ma- these suffice to show the fallacy of Reblocked, jority ARE here with a definite the freshman's arguments. purpose in view and HAVE come to A Senior. train themselves for a life's work — (> that is worthy of the host in them. vmtmmv •mMwrninaRBiminoiim i imi taanma innnmnaaai aiuuuunmii': However, there are always a few obnoxious persons who force themselves to the front and become the ringleaders. These few are the ones who have never learned to "live For ' QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING " Dick the and let live," but forget that there MRS, KOLLEN TELLS OF INShoe Doctor, Electric Shoe Hospital, 13 E. 8th St. are those students who have come T ER IvST ING EX P ER IE N CES IN PALESTINE to school to get an education and not for a four-year picnic. At three o'clock on Friday afterThe rest of the students, the noon practically every freshman more serious ones, do not have girl started out for Mrs. Dregman's enough initiative to stand up and home. She and Mrs, Hinkamp were speak for themselves, but just fall giving the frosh a ti'a. What a tea in line, lose their individuality, and become merely cogs in a silly, it was! There were a few other W e are striving to combine Fine Printchildish organization such as we guests at the tea besides the have embodied in the notorious "greenies." Mrs. Wichers, the wife ing with Reasonable Prices. "H.K,K." A group of men made up of our new president; Miss Anna of the people who are supposed to Koeman. the Y, W, C, A, president, Mrs, Kollen were these imporbe sophisticated, those who .have and tant guests, Creative Printing Service gone through nearly four years of Mrs. Kollen, who has recently college life and of whom we might returned from Europe, told the 9 East 10th St. Phone 4337 Holland, Mich. •+ expect finer, nobler things. But in- girls a score of fascinating things stead of this, they get together and about Palestine, She centered her •Manna make a lot of overbearing, sense- talk about the towns with which our Lord was familiar. Using our less rules with which to oppress hostesses as models, Mrs. Kollen the freshmen. It seems to me that showed how the women of that part they have a hard enough time of it of the country dress. Mrs. Hinkamp was a woman of Bethlehem while as it is. Mrs. Dregman was transformed inThe ridiculous part of the whole to a Mohammedan lady. Several thing is that the rules that are unusual souvenirs were passed "made" each year are merely around. Some pictures, a variety "hand-downs" of those who have of jewelry, a "David and Goliath" sling and a miniature crown of gone before. It is about time that thorns proved to be very interestsome senior class becomes original ing. In this way the. afternoon literenough to stop this foolishness and ally flew by. After having had such be the originators of an organizaan enjoyable time the freshies left tion who's primary interest is to in high spirits.

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Hope College Anchor

Page Four A s Others See U s Under this caption the Hope College Anchor plans to have leading citizens of vHolland speak to the students of Hope, and tell them of the virtues and faults of their school as viewed by those outside. Today we hear from Milton ("Bud") Hinga, coach of athletics and instructor in History at Holland High School. In a very frank and sincere manner he commends our finer points and deprecates our weaknesses, Hopeites: Having been graduated from Kalamazoo College in '23, and having c o m p e t e d with other M,I,A.A, schools in the various sports, I have had a fairly good chance to compare Hope College with the other small colleges of the state. It is true that some of the other schools have more buildings and larger enrollments than Hope,

But it isn't this that counts; it is 1 one thing that has disappointed me rather the type of fellows and g i r l ^ U great deal, and disappoints me a who attend your school and w h o | p a t d e a U v e r y time I see i ^ that go out into life to take their places is, the petty society jealousies that and who thus bring honor to their Hope excells in as compared to college that determine her worth. some of the other colleges. I have I honestly believe that in type of'known some bdya who were gradustudent body Hope is not surpassed a t e d f r o m H o l l a n d H l K h S ' * 0 0 1 8 8 or equaled by any of her rivals. bosom friends, that were "razzing Most of the students come from each other like cats and dogs after homes with a religious and cultural they had been members of different background. This is reflected both societies at Hope College for one in the student body and in the year. This spirit can do more harm alumni. A heritage such as this is to your school than almost any\)ne of the richest that any school thing else. If you want to build up can possess. Whether the city of a real SCHOOL SPIRIT and turn Holland is aware of this or not, to account the type of students as one coming from the outside, I that come to your college, REMEMthink that this attitude is to be BER that a girl or fellow is not judged by the clothes he wears or found in the people of the city. When asked to write this article by the society he belongs to, but I was requested to express not only by the stuff of which he is made. I wish to say that I have enjoyed the fine qualities that I have found working with my Sunday School in the school but also the faults class, made up of Hope^fellows, and weaknesses I found with her, Right here I'm going to mention and that living across from the Hope College Campus for two years > o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o c has enriched my knowledge of and jiimrim in interest in one of the finest colleges in the state of Michigan, MILTON J, HINGA,

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Alma won the grid championship of the M.l.A.A. conference Saturday by whipping Albion 27 to 12 before 5,000 people at the Alma homecoming game. The Presbyterians have four victories to no defeats and must dispose of Kalamazoo in the fifth game to formally win the pennant. The Alma victory marked the fourth football champio^iship for the victors in five years. Alma started with an early attack on Albion, scoring a pair of o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o c touchdowns before the Methodists were aware of it. Gussin plunged for the first one, and Brown made the second on an intercetped pass. Two long runs featured the Beauty Shop in Connection The Fraters made sure work that game. Brown ran 65 yards for an the dorm girls would hear their Alma touchdown, while Wilson, AlC a l l for A p p o i n t m e n t s 2071 serenade the other night for th§y bion halfback, followed perfect in•MiBW3niin9niiiBioumuxiiaJn!rjn!nrnni:nni;iH:iMii!i:ili:ni:m:iTiiinnaBuiniJiiiirin-tiiiictiiiiii:iiiniiiini:i;iii:ii:i:i:in'tiin:ri:iiiii!i:iTi:i:i!i rrnut awakened the girls with what terference on a kick-off for a run ',>iiiniunnniiiuiiii:inuniinii:iu:ini:i:iiiiiii'iiTiiiiiiiiiimni<innii!riiriutffliinnTTiiiiiiiiii!iiun;i(nii'niiHiiiiinii;iiiniiiiiiimiflntniinnflit:iiniainnnriiiffligniBniiniiniiiiM sounded like cannon, but were only, 89 yards. The score at the half firecrackers. j was Alma 20, Albion 12.

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Addison: The Addisons enjeryed a Hallowe'en program last Wednesday evening. Franklin Dietz read a paper on the historical importance of the evening of October 31. Albert Tarrant entertained with "ghostly material," His Irish tale was much appreciated, Kenneth Hicks furnished two piano solos, Ed De Graff concluded the program with one of his wholesome bucolic selections.

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Alethea: This week Aletheans Marguerite Kinkema, Janet Kollen, Ruth Everhart, Geraldine Smies, Marguerite Oudemool, Evelyn Den Uyl, and Leonora Zonnevelt will give their version of "How the Story Grew," a humorous skit in one act. The society will also entertain one of the great modem sages who, like Socrates, has devoted his life to the search for truths. He will tell us in his individual and charming style why t h e grass on Hope's campus is green, why the chapel chimes sometimes ring at 5 o'clock in the morning, amj various other interesting and helpful truths of a similar nature.

Phi Kappa Alpha: The fraternity survived the Frosh program Thursday night, Birgers and Pratt were the headliners on the program. No other details have been available. Lindsey, Koeppe, Zandstra, Bob Kruizenga and Dole left Saturday , morning at 2:30 for Hillsdale, •''"nniniiiimiJi!i.nrinaa.i;!iiiiiiii;(;iini!itniiTiiiiiiiiaumuHiiijminimiiii'iir:!!nijii]nainiTfflninimtiin:i:ui!n:iniin;Liwni:;iim0:r!iiuamiirj.iiriiii!nii!friiimuiuni G E They hoped to arrive in time for the game. Playing ping pong is the most popular diversion besides Delphi: Heap Big Chief Indian is studying at the house. Among the going to visit Delphi this week stars at the game is Richard JohnCome to ston, a ping pong ace from New through the medium of original legends by Ruth Schreiber, Millie York, Klow, and Louise Kieft, and Indian customs by Ruth Geerlings. Emersonians: Thursday night Indian music and songs will be pre"Jake" DeVries, the mathematician, sented by Delphians Champion and scientist and interior decorator of Paalman, while Esther Mulder will the Emersonians, gave the boys elucidate on the position of the 1 • • some food for thought with the dis- American Indian today. Nellie Van ki iiaatBirrmiimiirratiriiiOTru vvm iTOWnnBuwimim!;!:! i!aiaTi:i:i:B! imnmiMTiOTn ^irri'Mixrjin.cncrscrniMimuicnuiii'cussion tr of Einstein's theory. EllerEeuwen will furnish the humor in •MnamMMMMidBKMHnraMnMmMMMMnManMnwmMMnMMUMnMS brook and DeWindt stirred up "English as She Is Spoke." u— !? a much applause with their singing, Last week's masquerade HalloHarold Hoffman read a paper on we'en party was a "howling" suc"What I Believe," by H. L, Mencess. cken"! Pete Cupery has made his car fit for any weather by the ad- Dorian: A Treasure Hunt was the dition of a top and side curtains. main feature of the Hallowe'en proThe toy-terrier mascot "Emmey" gram in Dorian Literary Society has been awarded a vacation on the -Thursday night. Margaret .Rottfarm to recuperate after the stren- schaefer and Gertrude Koker were uous period of fraternity life. the ones to find the treasure, two

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large sacks containing a small sack of candy for everyone and a Hallowe'en favor for the finder. Greta McLeod gave a short report on the "Origin of Hallowe'en" and Geneva Dogger read "When the Frost Is on the Pumpkin," by James Whitcomb Riley. By the light of a candle Edith Cunnigan held her audience spell-bound in telling a ghost story, "The Twelfth Man." Refreshments were had by the usual Hallowe'en stunt, "bobbing for apKnickerbocker: The p r o g r a m - P^ 8 -" R u t h F o 8 » a n d ^ Thursday night consisted of a read- 1 planned the program. 0 ing, "The Man in the Shade," Har;— old DeWindt; songs by the Knick Sorosis: A Dutch program will quartette, consisting of Van Lee- ^ . given at the Sorosis meeting wen, Scudder, Brower and Olden-, this week. The devotions will folburg, accompanist, Sompsen; Hu-! i o w the Dutch theme; Lois De Free' mor-Knickerbocker 20 years from sing a solo. A paper entitled, now, Waddy Spoelstra. The Knicks Dutchman's View of l i f e " will have adde^T two new pledges to ( ^ by Vera Van Duren. "Let's their list, Roger Leestma and [ See Some More Yet," a one-act Wally Ferguson. play, will complete the program.

Fraternal: No regular meeting was held last week. However, the kaiiiiniimiJiflrjxiiruitccinmiaiiunnai:nii.:ricntcm;iicuiun;in;innniaaxuiiuiininiiriiiii:i;ituiiiinii;iliii;i.uniia:iiiif:n!i:rni:iiiiiitLiii;ijli.i.i:i'iau:iipi.r Fraters were very busy with initiation, The Freshmen are glad that mmmmmma its all over—but the shouting. A very fine serenade was given the Voorheesites Tuesday night. Bamie Vandernaald featured in the serenade with what might be called the gangster's dance. Comie is very well qualified to do this as he hails from Cicero.

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