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Hope College, Holland, Mich, November 8 1933

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PRAYER WEEK OBSERVED Bishop Cannon, Jr. Delivers Speech On Prohibition

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a menace to society a n d should be removed. " T h e E i g h t e e n t h A m e n d m e n t is said to be nonsense, war-foolishness, a mere impulse. On the cont r a r y , it was t h e result of fifteen y e a r s of continued e f f o r t , especially by the w o m e n ; it w a s the f r u i t of the American conscience at its best. Intoxication h a s laid its slimy hand upon the police force, upon con(Continued on P a g e Two)

Blue K e y M e m b e r s Hold Initial Meeting of Y e a r The Hope College c h a p t e r of the Blue Key held a r e g u l a r meeting last Wednesday, N o v e m b e r 1, at in the dining room of the Knickerbocker house. A fine chicken dinner held the i n t e r e s t of the Blue Key m e m b e r s and table discussion was carried on with each person t a k i n g part. Besides t h e r e g u l a r m e m b e r s , t h r e e new Seniors, C h r i s t i a n Walvoord, Marvin K r u i z e n g a , and A n d r e w D a l m a n , w e r e t a k e n in at this assembly. The President, E d w a r d Damson, spoke a word of welcome to the new men, and proceeded with roll call. A short m e e t i n g , consisting only of c o m m i t t e e r e p o r t s , took place, giving each one a chance to h e a r E d g a r C. Raine deliver his lecture on A l a s k a . T h e main topic of the table discussion comprised Hope's chances f o r the M.I.A.A. championship. It (Continued on P a g e F o u r ) *

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W e c o n g r a t u l a t e you u p o n t h e A n c h o r t h a t you published. It w a s a fine piece of j o u r n a l i s m a n d a good e x a m p l e of w h a t y o u r class is c a p a b l e of d o i n g . M r . P a p e g a a y a n d h i s start a r e to be c o m p l i m e n t e d a n d g i v e n o u r e x t e n d e d a c k n o w l e d g m e n t . i ou h a v e also s h o w n m a r k e d a t h l e t i c a b i l i t y T h e f o o t b a l l m e n s h o u l d receive m u c h c r e d i t f o r t h e i r p r a i s e C H I L D R E N A R E D E L I G H T E D w o r t h y p e r t o r m a n c e a g a i n s t W e s t e r n S t a t e . Y o u r class is i BY ( L E V E R A N T I C S one h u n d r e d a n d f o u r t e e n s t r o n g . W e a r e s u r e t h a t you will AT M A T I N E E use t h i s s t r e n g t h in t h e best w a y possible. So, f r e s h m e n ' we e x t e n d o u r h a n d s in c o n g r a t u l a t i o n ! Keep u p t h e good i Monday a f t e r n o o n and n i g h t the w o r k , l o r y o u r s e l v e s and Hope College, a n d all t h a t it s t a n d s audience was loyally e n t e r t a i n e d by Mr. Roberts and his t r o u p e of traine d birds and animals s t i a i g h t f r o m t h e C e n t u r y of P r o g r e s s at Chicago w h e r e the show drew large crowds daily, at C a r n e g i e hall w h e r e the a n i m a l s p e r f o r m e d in -mooth and c h a r m i n g style. Mr. R o b e r t s has been t r a i n i n g a n i m a l s for the p a s t 2H y e a r s . He has been on C h a u t a u q u a and Lyceum s t a g e s in C a n a d a , Mexico and the United S t a t e s . Mr. R o b e r t s ' collection of perf o r m e r s have come from s t r a n g e p a r t s of t h e e a r t h . The huge, b r i g h t l y colored birds are Brazilian Macaws. The white birds a r e A u s t r a l i a n cockatoos. The c a n a r i e s a r e the popular home v a r i e t y . The monkeys a r e Reshus monkeys f r o m India, and the dogs a r e f r o m t h e city dog pound. These a n i m a l s learn rapidly but find it | hard to a d a p t themselves to the | noise which comes f r o m the audience. The act w a s not of the a m a t e u r v a r i e t y but very e n t e r t a i n i n g and educational. Mr. Roberts r e f l e c t s the patience of his profession in t h a t he is calm of speech a n d shows (Continued on P&gt 4)

Reverend Irving Is Guest Speaker For Sacred Week

K n o w y o u r place and s t i c k to it. M a n y s a y i n g s h a v e been u t t e r e d p e r t a i n i n g t o t h i s sub* " W e had been in an a r m y ' j e c t a n d H o p e College is one of t h e n u m e r o u s places w h e r e * hospital for a month, r e s t i n g * t h e m e a n i n g of t h e s e w o r d s s h o u l d n o t be s l i g h t e d . We m e m * to go back into the lines. Heavy 4 b e r s of t h e s o p h o m o r e class w h o a r e e d i t i n g t h i s p a p e r a r e STATES W E T N E W S P A F ' E K S " c a s u a l t i e s in t h e A r g o n n e had ' only s o p h o m o r e s . W e a r e not j u n i o r s n o r s e n i o r s , b u t still HAVE D E F E A T E D THE * nearly wiped out the t h i r t y - 9 t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of t h e l o w e r class. It is o u r d e s i r e t o a c t "" second division. 1 was a ser- " a s s o p h o m o r e s s h o u l d c o n d u c t t h e m s e l v e s . DRVS g e a n t in c h a r g e of five men— * We t h i n k t h a t w e have l e a r n e d o u r place and p o s i t i o n on ' all t h a t remained of a company * t h i s c a m p u s . W e h a v e l e a r n e d t o r e s p e c t t h e u p p e r c l a s s m e n Drys Must Fight to (iet Prohibiof two hundred and fifty. a n d to r e m e m b e r t h a t t h e y a r e o u r s u p e r i o r s a n d t h e o n e s tion Back "On t h e m o r n i n g of N'ovem- * t h a t a r e d i s p l a y i n g d a i l y , e x a m p l e s f o r u s to b e n e f i t by. It * ber eleventh we had been no- * is o u r d u t y to p r e p a r e o u r s e l v e s to be e x a m p l e s f o r t h e n e x t On T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g of last tified t h a t f i g h t i n g was to stop ^ f r e s h m a n class. T o be able t o do t h i s we m u s t l e a r n f r o m week, Bishop J a m e s Cannon, Jr., ' at eleven o'clock. We t h o u g h t * t h o s e w h o reign s u p r e m e . an i n t e r n a t i o n a l l y known upholder • it was a n o t h e r r u m o r . Hun- * It is said t h a t o n e l e a r n s m o r e in o n e ' s f i r s t y e a r a t Colof prohibition, addressed the* stud r e d s of t i m e s before we had * lege t h a n in a n y ot t h e o t h e r t h r e e . W e believe t h i s t o be dent body on " T h e E i g h t e e n t h ' become elated only to be t h r u s t ' p a r t l y t r u e . We h a v e m a d e t h e t r a n s i t i o n f r o m s e c o n d a r y A m e n d m e n t — W h a t Is It ? " bjK'k into the horrible war. * s c h o o l s t o college, a n d h a v e c o m e to a p p r e c i a t e w h a t h i g h e r Bishop Cannon, the chief bishop T h e f i g h t i n g had been going * e d u c a t i o n s t a n d s l o r . In s h o r t , we t h i n k we h a v e l e a r n e d o u r of t h e Methodist Church south of on so long it could not stop * place. O u r place d o e s not r e q u i r e e g o t i s t i c a l o r cockv c h a r the Mason-Dixon line, is the man now. a c t e r i s t i c s , b u t m e m b e r s t h a t e n d e a v o r to do all t h i n g s posmost hated by the liquor element " A t eleven o'clock the heavy sible to r e d u c e t h e o n c e h a u g h t y h i g h school s e n i o r s to t h o s e in the United S t a t e s . Several t h u n d e r t h a t had been ever * ol t h e lowest class. It is o u r d u t y to s e e t h a t t h e " g r e e n " is t h r e a t s of law suits have probably p r e s e n t f o r f o u r years ceased. * p r o p e r l y w o r n . " I t is only f i t t i n g a n d p r o p e r t h a t we do so." only increased his e n t h u s i a s m for We could not believe it. No * How f a r we shall succeed, we do n o t k n o w . the cause of prohibition. He is a m o r e s t e p p i n g in muddy holes, *" W e h o p e t h a t t h e v i c t o r i e s we r e c e i v e d last y e a r did n o t m o s t p o w e r f u l o r a t o r and d e b a t o r sick at our s t o m a c h s , w a i t i n g * t u r n o u r h e a d s , a n d t h a t t h i s y e a r ' s v i c t o r y o v e r t h e y e a r and r e f u t e s i m m e d i a t e l y any a r g u to h e a r the whistle t h a t w a s * lings will not incline u s to t u r n a s t r a y . D e s p i t e t h e f a c t t h a t m e n t which t h e wet forces mayto send us over the top. No * we w e r e v i c t o r i o u s we know t h a t w h e n we e n t e r e d H o p e p r e s e n t to him. It is in Dr. Cannon more fighting in the chill of * College W E did n o t c a p t i v a t e t h e c a m p u s . T o t h o s e w h o did t h a t the prohibition w o r k e r s have the m o r n i n g with only a drink * n o t l u e n e a r Holland, t h e first t e w d a y s w e r e n e a r l y t e r r i f y placed most of their hope of conof ice cold w a t e r to buck up * ing. S o m a n y s t r a n g e f a c e s ! T h e new t e a c h e r s ! W e had n o t vincing the A m e r i c a n public of the our spirits. T h e w a r was over! 4 y e t l e a r n e d t o call t h e m p r o f e s s o r s . T o t h o s e m o r e f a m i l i a r f v i l s of t h e liquor t r a f f i c . "On t h e m a r c h t o the Rhine with t h e campus, t h e a s s i g n m e n t s and a t t i t u d e s were someDr. Cannon discussed, first of all, we t r a v e l e d 18(1 miles in 17 * I w h a t b e w i l d e r i n g . W e w e r e q u i t e c o n s c i o u s of o u r " g r e e n e s s " the most significant word in the days. E a c h day we had only * and c o g n i z a n t of t h e s t r u g g l e a h e a d of us. A n d t o all of u s a m e n d m e n t — " i n t o x i c a t i n g . " It rea cup of black coffee, a slice * t h e u n d e r s t a n d i n g w a s c l e a r t h a t we would n o t e n s l a v e t h e f e r s to all t h o s e liquors which of stale bread and a small piece * c a m p u s by o u r f a s c i n a t i o n . T h a t w a s a y e a r a g o ; t o d a y we cause a man to lose control of himof bacon. Yet we carried on * look ba c k w i t h f a i n t l y mellowed e y e s . self, to d e g e n e r a t e into a brute. He because the w a r w a s over and * F r e s h m e n , we s e n d you o u r f e l i c i t a t i o n s . W e s i n c e r e l y is unable to p e r f o r m his duties as we were going home." w ' s h you a happy, interesting, and successful f o u r years' s t a y a citizen and is a menace to soCaptain J o h n B r a m e r , s a t H o p e College. You a r e to be c o n g r a t u l a t e d f o r t h e fine ciety. ^ Holland Michigan, Co. ^ s p o r t s m a n s h i p d i s p l a y e d a t t h e f i g h t s a n d pull. W e r e g r e t " T h e social o r d e r , the duty 1). 125th I n f a n t r y , 32nd * t h a t we did n o t k n o w t h a t you w e r e n o t q u i t e f a m i l i a r w i t h t o w a r d the other fellow is the key1 Mvision. t h e pull r e g u l a t i o n s or we s h o u l d not h a v e tied t h a t m u c h note of the a m e n d m e n t . The intoxi- j » discussed rope a b o u t the tree. Your ability to take d e f e a t cated d r i v e r who leaves a trail of •: t * * » o • » » » ?. * » w i t h a s m i l e m a d e a f a v o r a b l e i m p r e s s i o n on t h e w h o l e d e a t h and d e s t r u c t i o n a f t e r him is College. *

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YOUTH M E E T I N G In a n i g h t t h a t bespoke of spooks with a moon t h a t played hide and sented last F r i d a y , November 3f at seek behind d a r k a n d m y s t e r i o u s the y o u n g peoples' m e e t i n g held in clouds, the E m e r s o n i a n s and a l u m ni g a t h e r e d their s u p p r e s s e d deT r i n i t y Reformed Church of Grand sires t o g e t h e r , dressed up in anyRapids. t h i n g t h e y could find, put a m a s k In an inspiring a d d r e s s President over t h e i r f a c e , t h e n d r i f t e d in at Wichers urged his audience "To the W o m e n ' s L i t e r a r y building last unite w h o l e h e a r t e d l y with t h e T h u r s d a y , N o v e m b e r second, and church, and c a r r y C h r i s t into t h e called it a m a s q u e r a d e . f u t u r e . " With William Welmers acA f t e r e v e r y b o d y had given up c o m p a n y i n g , and G e o r g e Douma as t r y i n g to find out w h o was behind soloist, the m e n ' s g l e e club s a n g the m a s k , directions w e r e given out three sacred numbers, "Salutation," f o r a s c a v e n g e r h u n t . The couples " J e s u s My Savior, Look on Me," w e r e p u t in c a r s with s t r i c t inand " T h e Son of God Goes F o r t h s t r u c t i o n s to get all t h a t w a s on to W a r . " the slips of p a p e r handed to t h e m , T h i s rally w a s t h e opening of a and be back in one hour. youth m o v e m e n t in Grand Rapids. When once more they had enHope

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Dr. G e o r g e I r v i n g is s p e a k i n g y at 1] o'clock this week to the Hope s t u d e n t body, developing his general t h e m e for P r a y e r Week, "The C e n t r a l i t y of J e s u s . " The class schedule has been a r r a n g e d so as to occupy the first t h r e e hours of the m o r n i n g f r o m 8 to 11 in order t h a t the last hour before noon m a y be devoted to the chapel exercises. DR. G E O R G E IRVING

U of M Symphony Orchestra Will Join Chorus "MESSIAH" WILL FEATURE SEVERAL NOTED SOLOISTS Coming here December 11 and 12, the University of Michigan S y m p h o n y o r c h e s t r a will join the Holland Civic chorus to present the " M e s s i a h " in the Hope Memorial chapel.

Monday m o r n i n g began t h e week of m e d i t a t i o n and devotion. On that m o r n i n g , a f t e r a vocal solo, Neidlinger's " S p i r i t of God," was s u n g by William V a n d e r Yen of the class of 193G, and a f t e r preliminary Bible r e a d i n g by the college p a s t o r , Rev. Paul E. H i n k a m p , the s p e a k e r of t h e week was introduced by Rev. H i n k a m p and immediately took up his t h e m e with the opening topic, " T h e C h r i s t u m * and S h a m e . " In his talk, Dr. Irving p r e s e n t e d f o u r necessities of overcoming s h a m e of the Gospel of J e s u s C h r i s t , t h u s l a y i n g a foundation f o r his speeches which were to come on the other days of this week. H e said t h a t it is necessary f o r a n individual to dedicate himself completely to God, so t h a t he is able to place broad m a r g i n s between w h a t is r i g h t and w h a t is w r o n g a n d to w a i t f a i t h fully f o r the f u l l n e s s of time to unveil his life, in order to overcome t h a t g r e a t f e a r which C h r i s t i a n s have of being called "old fogies." Knowi ng the d e p t h s of Christian experience, he s a y s , a t r u e Chris( C o n t i n u e d on P a g e 4)

T h e s a m e o r c h e s t r a and soloists t h a t sing the " M e s s i a h " at the U n i v e r s i t y of Michigan will present a s y m p h o n y concert on Monday, December 11, u n d e r the direction of Dr. Earl V. Moore, who is assisted by the U n i v e r s i t y of Michigan s t r i n g trio. P r o f . Wassily Besekinsky. f a m o u s violoist; H a n n s Pick, celloist, and J o s e p h Brinkman. pianist. Included in this g r o u p is A r t h u r H a c k e t t , wellknown tenor in o p e r a t i c and concert fields. Last y e a r ' s concert was a h u g e success and this y e a r ' s p r e s e n t a E x p l o r e r Raine Gives tion will a t t r a c t a much l a r g e r and Graphic Lecture more e n t h u s i a s t i c audience. ProOn A l a s k a fessor Snow s t a t e s t h a t this will be one of the best, if not the best, In the first lyceum course lecture t r e a t t h a t the city of Holland and of the y e a r , E d g a r C. Raine, f a m e d Hope college has e v e r witnessed. A l a s k a n e x p l o r e r , and a d v e n t u r e r , o took a g r o u p of s t u d e n t s and townsW i t h C a n a d a as his birth- * people on an 18,000-mile t o u r of place and with McGill Uni- * Alaska. By t h e use of b e a u t i f u l l y versity of Montreal, where h e * colored slides, Mr. Raine i l l u s t r a t e d 0 was successively a member of * his a d e p t description, " A l a s k a is the f r o n t i e r wonderland of the the winning i n t e r - u n i v e r s i t y He showed t h e wonders d e b a t i n g t e a m , p r e s i d e n t of the * world." ^ . M. C. A., and l a t e r general * and beauties of this land of v a s t ^ s e c r e t a r y of the " Y " associa- * resources, a d e q u a t e l y p r o v i n g his tion, as his a l m a m a t e r , the * s t a t e m e n t t h a t m o s t people a r e illRev. Dr. G e o r g e I r v i n g comes * i n f o r m e d as to the n a t u r e of t h a t 0 to Hope r e p r e s e n t i n g the na- * g r e a t c o u n t r y . * tional council of t h e Y. M. C. * A. of N o r t h A m e r i c a . Dr. I r v i n g , who is s e c r e t a r y of the * evangelistic e m p h a s i s d e p a r t m e n t of t h a t o r g a n i z a t i o n , is c an ordained m i n i s t e r of con* si der abl e r e k n o w n f o r the fine r e s u l t s of the contacts both * personal and with l a r g e g r o u p s which he has m a d e t h r o u g h * out this c o n t i n e n t in his wide* s p r e a d service to t h e youth of * C a n a d a and A m e r i c a . Hope * college feels f o r t u n a t e to h a v e * t h e privilege of e n t e r t a i n i n g * him this week, a n d wishes t h a t * he m a y enjoy his s h o r t s t a y

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* Mr. Raine took his audience to ^ m a n y places of g r e a t i n t e r e s t . H e * showed p i c t u r e s of t h e Klondike * gold rush, a n d of flower beds in 4 S k a g w a y . H e took his l i s t e n e r s into * British Columbia, a n d t h e n 260 * miles down t h e f a m o u s Yukon * river. Back in A l a s k a , he stopped • a t m a n y p o i n t s of i n t e r e s t , a m o n g * t h e m , F a i r b a n k s , in t h e land of t h e * m i d n i g h t sun. * The entertaining, as well as the * educational, features of this lecture • were highly enjoyed by Mr. Raine's * audience, while the lyceum course • is becoming more and more appre• ciated by the students because of

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H I L L S D A L E PLAYS H E R E A R M I S T I C E DAY Esther Takes Hope Ties Kazoo First Honors In Big Upset In Dual Meet of Year

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HINGA'S GRIDDERS TO FACE HIGH POWERED DALE OUTFIT IN CRUCIAL GAME SATURDAY M. I. A. A. Champs b r e a t h i n g , bone-crushing fullback. Instead Don TeRolIer, weighing Set to Win around 140 with a bunch of keys in his pocket, has to depend upon Battle his line to open holes f o r him, but

Cy Berent, s t a r tackle of De* The Hope cross country team Those students who braved the * * • » * • • » * * troit City college, ended Hope's * * » » traveled to Kalamazoo on October e x t r e m e cold and wind of F r i d a y , when he gets t h r o u g h — well, he's record as an undefeated team when 28 to meet the Hornets' s t r o n g October 28, to go to Kalamazoo O R A N G E AND B L U E H O P E S Pone. Tysse, r i g h t half, seems to his place kick mid-way in the third team in a dual m e e t which was were amply r e w a r d e d f o r their STILL UN D A M P E N E D be j u s t barely able to b r i n g one q u a r t e r was good from the 25s h o r t yard f r o m the goal line. Kalheld between the halves of the trouble when they saw the Hingafoot up and place it before the yard line. City college was placed amazoo s a f e l y punted out of danHope-Kazoo game, Kalamazoo win- men hold the f a v o r e d Kalamazoo By S t u a r t Gross other when he is running, but if in scoring position by two beautiger. ning 35-20. History repeats itself. Going into you have ever tried to catch the Hornets to a scoreless tie. ful runs by Tuzzolino. With the One of the most thrilling moCaptain Joseph E s t h e r of the Considering the f a c t t h a t Hope m e n t s in the g a m e came when Nei- the Hillsdale game the Hope team boy you'll soon find out why he's ball on their 15-yard line the Hope team took first place very was expected to lose by about three finds itself exactly in the same po holding down a r e g u l a r position. Dutchmen stopped the Detroiters f e r t . Hornet fullback, broke t h r o u g h easily, winning in seventeen min- touchdowns, the tie came as a dissition as it was last year. Then Jim N e t t i n g a carries the ball only cold at the line of s c r i m m a g e only the Hope line in the fourth q u a r t e r utes and nineteen seconds. tinct surprise to the Hope f a n s . In and streaked 28 y a r d s before he as now, the Hope team had played on special occasions. He never gets to have Berent's place kick sail 1 he second and third places were first downs alone, the Pony E x p r e s s two tie games with Albion and his n a m e in the p a p e r except in high over the crosspiece f o r the was brought down on the 12-yard won by McKey and Osborn, co- ran up ten to Kalamazoo's three. Kalamazoo, and had defeated Alma the lineup, but I doubt if the cononly score of the a f t e r n o o n . line by J a p i n g a , who evaded three c a p t a i n s of the Kazoo outfit. The At one time T y s s e took the ball Hut this year Hope has no chance ference has produced a h a r d e r The Hingamen s t a r t e d the g a m e blockers to get his man. After H o r n e t s also captured fourth, fifth to within one yard of the Kazoo of a clear claim to the title. blocker or tackier than old J i m . with a drive down the field. T y s s e Wallace Survilla had dropped three and sixth positions. According to the new ruling put As f o r Louie, more has been writgoal line, but the heavier line held, •hot off tackle time and again to yards, T h o m a s dropped back f o r an Hope's wins, however, were not and Hope could not score. out by the M.l.A.A. coaches, a tie ten about him than space allows bring the ball down to the Tara t t e m p t e d field goal, but the placelimited to the first position only, The game had barely s t a r t e d kick was t h r e e feet wide. E a r l i e r amounts, mathematically at least here. He can m a k e a football do t a r s ' 20-yard stripe. T h e r e the I Maris, Rientjes, S n y d e r and H. Mc- when Scott of Kalamazoo recovered to the loss of one-half a g a m e a n y t h i n g but talk, and if you atCity college line s t i f f e n e d and in the g a m e a field goal had been Gilvra took the seventh, eighth, a Dutch fumble on Hope's 39-yard 1 hus with two ties on its recorc tempt to tackle him a r o u n d the Hope lost the ball on downs. From tried, but the ball was short. Durninth and tenth honors in respec- line. The heavy Kazoo backs found Hope, though u n d e f e a t e d in knees, you'll find yourself clutching this point on Hope never t h r e a t ing the remainder of the final petive order. M.l.A.A. games, finds itself in the air. hard going, and several exchanges riod Hope had Kalamazoo comened t h e i r goal line. D u r i n g the Hope-Hillsdale g a m e of the ball took place. Neither team s t a n d i n g s with the loss of one As f a r as Hillsdale goes outside It was a p p a r e n t from the outpletely on the defensive. there will be a r e t u r n meet of the threatened very much in this peg a m e in second place, with Hills- of the fact that they outweigh us set that the boys missed the presThe g a m e was f e a t u r e d by the two t e a m s here. The race will fin- riod. dale occupying number one posi- t w e n t y pounds to the m a n , they ence of J a p i n g a , Hope's s t a r back, brilliant line play of the Holland ish some time d u r i n g the half, tion still looking for the team aren t so tough. Now to anybody Midway in the second q u a r t e r boys. The work of George Good, who was unable to play the first across the football field. Hope's Hope retaliated when Arnie Van t h a t ' s better than they are. that doesn't think t w e n t y pounds three q u a r t e r s because of a severeMilt Slagh and Vern Klomparens chances to win this meet are very If Hope can upset the apple cart is a lot to give away, and w a n t s ly bruised shoulder. /."nten, Kitfel tower tackle, pounced w a s particularly o u t s t a n d i n g , while good as the team h a s shown con- on a Hornet f u m b l e on the Kalaand t a k e Hillsdale this S a t u r d a y , to get a fair e s t i m a t e of the thing, In the opening of the third pethe work of Damson at end considerable improvement d u r i n g the mazoo 18-yard line. A f t e r two line it would be a tie for the crown, just pick out somebody who is t h a t i iod City college marched s t r a i g h t tributed much to the c o m p a r a t i v e past weeks. but as the ruling s t a t e s t h a t if the much heavier than you are and sock plays Louie tossed a s h o r t pass down the field and put themselves success of the Hope team. team that ties has won the title the him, then have him hit you back. to Damson to give Hope a first F o r Kalamazoo, Co-captain N'eiin position for their 3-point lead. preceding year, the championship Get the idea? With the score a g a i n s t them, g a m e ended with the ball in City down on their opponent's 7-yard f e r t , W a r n e r and Thomas did good r e m a i n s with t h a t school. ThereAt left end Mardi, with 180 Hope elected to receive. Berent college's possession on the Dutch- mark. The Hornet defense tight- work. As a result of this tie, each fore, all Hope can obtain, at the pounds behind him, opposes either ened and five y a r d s were lost in school will retain possession of 50 kicked off to T y s s e who returned men's 35-yard line. The T a r t a r ' s very most, is the glory of d e f e a t - Honnette or Korstanje, who weigh the ball to the 22-yard line. Van ."J-to-U victory over Hope was their two plays before J a p i n g a rifled the per cent of the pair of wooden ing the champions, and giving them about 1(50. Their left tackle, Simball to Tysse, who was downed on shoes that have been set up as a Zanten kicked to midfield. City first win in nine s t a r t s . an extremely bad headache to re- ons, will be outweighed by Klomthe 5-yard line. On the f o u r t h down t r o p h y to increase the friendly ricollege made a first down only to City College Hope. Tysse smashed t h r o u g h tackle, valry between Tuliptown and the member us by. parens 182 to 195. The l e f t guard lose the ball on downs on the Hope fitockmeyer L.E. Damson only to be ground into the mud a I hat Hillsdale has a good t e a m will weigh exactly w h a t F r e e m a n Celery City. 28-yard line. Te Roller shot off Berent . L.T. J . Good is a known fact, and t h a t we out- tips the scale at, 175. Slagh at right g u a r d for 3 yards. With Van Zegolis L.G. (J. Good played Kalamazoo by seven first center will give a w a y 25 pounds to Zanten back in kick formation, Malesky C. Slagh downs though tying them is also E. Stanich, weighing 180. A. S t a n Bens, r i g h t end for City college, Phillips R.G. Freeman known. Hut the f a c t remains t h a t ich a t right guard will outweigh decided to block a few kicks and j g e j p R.T. Klomparens Alma was good enough to score on George Good 25 pounds, and right before the final gun sounded he Compliraents Bens R.E. Bonnette Hillsdale and Hillsdale had to work tackle Schoonamaher at 195 will personally conducted the blocking Fine C u s t o m T a i l o r i n g Demaree Q.B. Nettinga to get out of that g a m e alive, t h u s have it over e i t h e r John Good or of four punts. City college recovTuzzolino . L.H. Van Zanten Hope fans need not be so down- Arnie \ an Zanten, who a v e r a g e Call 250.1 for Evening Appointment ered Van Zanten's kick but Te Sauer R.H. Tysse hearted about our chances. Russell H a i g h t about 175. Dader at r i g h t end, Roller intercepted D e m a r e e ' s pass 210 College A v e . P h o n e 3412 Jodway F.B. Te Roller Physically the Hope squad is not c a r r y i n g 175, will have an advanto end their t h r e a t . J a p i n g a took Hope 0 0 0 0—0 in the best of shape. S a t u r d a y , tage of 35 pounds over Ed. DamVan Zanten's place at the s t a r t of City College 0 0 3 0—3 Honnette, one of the steadiest and son. the f o u r t h period. At this point most consistent kickers in the conReferee— In the backfield they have a 185J a p i n g a shot two passes to Tysse j „ r I e i ference, threw out his knee, which pound fullback in Pempin a g a i n s t Ypsi.). U m p i r e — K r a i g u, ? and sandwiched in between t w o ' ^' Wafers may hinder him no little this week. our little piece of d y n a m i t e , 140( K n o x ) . Head linesman—P. Drew T r y our D e l i c i o u s Malted Milks W i t h o f f - t a c k l e shots to give Hope a Louie J a p i n g a , the life blood of the pound TeRolIer. The r i g h t half f o r (VV. & J . ) . Substitutes—City Colpair of first downs on their 40team, has his t h r o w i n g a r m in- Hillsdale will come in a t 165 lege: Batson, Dobbins, Kulka, Yanyard line. City college held and jured, and without passes our main a g a i n s t 157 f o r Tysse. Louie J a p H o m e M a d e Ice C r e a m and Delicious J a p i n g a ' s punt was blocked. De- kovsky, S c h w a r t z ; Hope: Mahon, offense is taken away. Boven. Korstanje, J a p i n g a . nga will give a w a y 5 pounds to troit recovered and punted out of Candy The game will undoubtedly bring *ock, who weighs 155, but Netbounds on Hope's 11-yard line. t o g e t h e r the two best lines the con- t i n g a will outweigh Q u a r t e r b a c k Holland's Finest Ice Cream Parlor and Forced back deep in their own terference has to offer. Hope has the Van Voorhees by 31 pounds. ritory Hope w a s unable to cut Confectionary best line it has had in years. Only A f t e r looking over t h e i r respec« loose with any offensive and tht one team has scored through the tive weights you would wonder t h a t line, and Alma carries t h a t distinc- we have any chance at all, but it tion, gaining twelve points in t h a t all wrapped up in two words, game. Damson at left end is one 'intestinal f o r t i t u d e , " which means of the best ends in the conference. flow much plain nerve and drive DRUGGIST S A N D W I C H E S , 5c Klomparens, when he is feeling like we have to overcome the odds as PIE. P E R CUT. 5c it, can play like a whirlwind. F r e e - g r e a t as these. Oh, it's been done WONDERFUL COFFEE 10 E a s t E i g h t h S t r e e t man is the best man on the field before, and as was said in the be2 Doors E a s t of Tavern HOLLAND, MICHIGAN when he feels like playing, and ginning, history repeats itself, but I 32 E. 8TH ST., H O L L A N D . MICH. Slaugh at center never misses on there is one t h i n g t h a t history Kodaks and Kodak Finishing, Framing and Gifts t , his passes. 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