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Dr. E. D. D i m n e n t of Hop?. College was one of t h e m a n y d e l e g a t e s p r e s ent at t h e i n a u g u r a t i o n of C l a r e n c e Cook L i t t l e a s p r e s i d e n t of t h e University of M i c h i g a n at Ann A r b o r , M o n d a y . Dr. D i m n e n t officially r e p r e sented Hope College at t h e exercises.-

r, i l d r e t h a n o n e h u n d r e d universities and colleges w e r e r e p r e s e n t e d a t t h e i n s t a l l a t i o n . T h e new p r e s i d e n t urged H o p e College tied P i n d l e y College, a s t r i v i n g f o r t h e f u t u r e and urged Ohio, by t h e score of 13-13 last Fri- t h a t civilization pin h s f a i t h on clean, d a y . Hope was l a t e in g e t t i n g s t a r t e d idealist c and f e a r l e s s y o u t h . Dr. D i m o r t h e g a m e would h a v e been a n o t h e r nent expressed t h e a d d r e s s of Dr. Litvictory for H o p e . tle a.< "an u n u s u a l p r a c t i c a l a d d r e s s . "

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P r o f . L u b b e r s very a b l y told t h e c a r r i e d t h e ball in a p l u n g e f o r t h e b a c k f o r t h i s season of play. T h e s e to River, o u t h to 8th street, east to g r 0 U p of W i t h recent t a b u l a t i o n s as to t h o P a 8 t r e c o r d In a e first t o u c h d o w n . Kleis m a d e l a r g e m e n all h a v e h a d s o m e e x p e r i e n c e in College and n o r t h to R i e v e r v i e w A t h a m o u n t of s t u d e n t s enrolled at H o p e , ) a t i n g a n < * Pointed o u t t h e f a c t t h a t g a i n s on end r u n s a n d took t h e ball playing a g a i n s t s t r o n g t e a m s , a n d letic P a r k . college, it was f o u n d t h a t a l t o g e t h e r W e 8 h o u l d ^ e - a s p l r e to t h a t coveted over on an end r u n for t h e second t h e y play well t o g e t h e r , so t h e y m a y T h e line of m a r c h is a s follows: 566 s t u d e n t s w e r e listed in all de- i ) o * s ^ 0 n d u r i n g t h i s y e a r . t o u c h d o w n , (leorgc D a m s o n p l a y i n g be expected to give a good a c c o u n t P r o g r a m of Arnilstico P a r a d e in t h e backfield m a d e a long end r u n of t h e m s e l v e s . of 20 y a r d s , t h a t h e l p e d b i i n g t h e Coach S c h o u t e n a p p e a r s to be r a t h -

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Sorosis Society a w e a l t h of m a t e r i a l to pick f r o m , m a t c h e d . Hope was w i t h o u t t w o of E m e r s o n i a n Society a circumstance which appeals to h e r best m e n . D o t h t e a m s got a w a y J u n i o r Class B a n n e r w i t h several long r u n s a n d w e r e a lit- e v e r y c o a c h . J u n i o r Class P r e s i d e n t An overly l a r g e s q u a d is difficult tie w e a k on d e f e n s e . D u r i n g t h e last J u n i o r Class P e r s o n n e l , not in Society to h a n d l e , b u t t h e n u m b e r will soon h alf and in p a r t s of t h e fiist h a l f , Status be cut d o w n to 25, w h i c h m e n will H o p e ' s line held well and d e s e r v e s D o r i a n Society r e p r e s e n t H o p e this y e a r. T h e poorc r e d . t for holding F i n d l a y . K n i c k e r b o c k e r Society er p l a y e r s h a v e been or will be inT h e g a m e by q u a r t e r s : Delphi Society f o r m e d t h a t " E d u c a t i o n c o m e s only F r a t e r n a l Society F i r s t Q u a r t e r — F i n d l a y kicked off with c o n t i n u o u s s t u d y a n d t h a t t h e Sybeline Society t o Hope. V a n Z a n t e n c a u g h t t h e ball e v e n i n g is t h e best t i m e to s t u d y . " S o p h o m o r e Class P r e s i d e n t a n d b r o u g h t it u p 15 y a r d s . Hope As yet only light p r a c t i c e h a s beea S o p h o m o r e Class f u m b l e d a n d line held at first. T h e D i c k e n s i a n Society ball went u p and down t h e field sever( C o n t i n u e d on P a g e 3) A l e t h i a n So-Icty al times. ^ P a r k s of F i n d l a y m a d e 10 o Addision Society y a r d s and t h e n W i l l i a m s m a d e a 20 P R E S I D E N T D I M N E N T F r e s h m a n (Mass B a n n e r y a r d r u n . A pass c a r r i e d over t h e H O N O R E D AT DETROIT goal line m a d e t h e first t o u c h d o w n for P r e s i d e n t E . D. D i m n e n t of H o p e F ndlay. Hop e blocked t h e kick holdCollege was given a d o u b l e h o n o r at ing the score G-0. Second Q u a r t e r — K l e i s and J a p i n g L t h e m e e t i n g of t h e Michigan State m a d e r u n s of ten y a r d s e a c h . H o p e S u n d a y school association in Detroit p u n t e d to Klndlay'H 25 yard line. Kind- T h u r s d a y

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The Hope g i r l s m e t as usual T h u r s lay p u n t e d to t h e 50 y a r d line. H o p e " • ' ' ' - d a y nlRht nt Hoven. A f t e r singing, f u m b l e d a n d lost t h o ball. T h e ball tion I ut also a s a m e m b e r of t h e s t a t e H e r m i n a R e i n h a r t r e a d t h e s c r i p t u r e T h e executive w e n t up a n d down the field and H o p e executive c o m m i t t e e . lesson f r o m t h e 44th c h a p t e r of c o m m i t t e e and t h e convention officers lost the ball a g a i n on a f u m b l e . F i n d I s a i a h . H a r r i e t Heneveld r e n d e r e d a il,e U v 0 <, Htlnrt W l< 8 lay B0t 20 y a r d s on n pons and soon ' ' ' - M e m b e r s h i p p l e a si ng vocal selection. Miss Ten.i on t h e executive c o m m i t t e e is not by lost t h e ball on d o w n s . F i n d l a y t h e n H o l k e b o e r s p o k e with f e e l i n g a b o u t v i r t u e of election as one of t h e officers blocked a punt by H o p e and got a h e r labor in t h e foreign field. S h e t o u c h d o w n on it. T h e d r o p - k i c k went but t h e a p p o i n t m e n t is m a d e s e p a r - s p o k e of t h e m e a n i n g \ . W . held for ately w i t h o u t r e f e r e n c e to m e m b e r over, m a k i n g t h e score 13-0. h e r when a t t e n d i n g Hope, t h e n c a r Third Q u a r t e r — F i n d l a y kicked oft a h | P o n t h e h o a r d o f o f f l c e r a ' H e n c e ried t h e g i r l s to China. S h e p i c t u r e d t h e h o n o r f o r t h e president of Hope her work a s t e a c h e r and gospel b r i n g college is a double one. ( C o n t i D ' i e d o n P a g e 3^ er in t h e o r i e n t a l a t m o s p h e r e . Ai'dO t h e r officers elected f o r a t e r m of ed to t h e p e r s o n a l e l e m e n t was t h e — O two y e a r s a r e : first v i c e - p r e s i d e n t . Dr. a g e old c h a l l e n g e of t h e Master. T h e CLASS F E U D R E N E W E D H. L. F r e e m a n of A d r i a n college; p a t h o s of a sedan chair caravan T h e S o p h o m o r e class held an open resecond v i c e - p r e s i d e n t , Mr. A. E . H u b t r a v e l i n g up, up, u p to visit a h e a t h e n ception m e e t i n g e a r l y F r i d a y m o r n b a r d of t h e u p p e r p e n i n s u l a ; secrecity, w a s n e w to most of us, a n d it ing to w e l c o m e all t h o s e F r e s h m e n tary, Rev. C. C. Gibson of D e t r o i t ; is splendid to know the w o r k our who w e r e not w e a r i n g t h e c o n v e n t i o n t r e a s u r e r , Mr. E . E. H a r r i s of L a n s i n g . c h u r c h is doing. al g a r b . It evidently was a pitched The state executive committee Living conditions a r e d e p1 l o r a b l e b a t t l e n e i t h e r side e m e r g i n g t h e vicmembers named are: Dr. Dimnent, t h e r e , t h e fleas b e i n g especially mentors. C o n s e q u e n t l y e v e r y o n e w a s late Dr. Hi L. F r e e m a n , Dr. W . G. Spencer, tioned, a n d soldier b a n d i t s p l u n d e r for c h a p e l and Dr. X y k e r k had s o m e p r e s d e n t of Hillsdale college, Mr. C. villages at will. Miss H o l k e b o e r e m t r o u b l e g a t h e r i n g his flock t o g e t h e r . N. W r i g h t , d i r e c t o r of religious e d u c a - h l l s l z e d t h o n e d It Is expected t h a t a n o t h e r a n d bettor ^ " « workers, and D c t r o l t D l , A_ E , R n m a < , e l l o f closed t h e m e e t i n g with a prayer for t r i a l will t a k e p l a c e in t h e n e a r f u K a l a m a z o o , Mr. S. L. H o u g h t o n . - a Detruer consecration. The Y. W. is t u r e since t h e F r e s h m e n seem to igtroit business m a n . M r . A. L a h u i s of m e a n t f o r all Hope girls, a n d the n o r e entirely t h e r u l e s laid down by Zeeland is t h e c h a ' r m a n of t h e s t a t e quiet h o u r Is filled with p l e a s u r e for t h e s t u d e n t body. executive c o m m i t t e e p r e s e n t . t h o s e who a t t e n d . T h e c o n v e n t i o n m e e t i n g s w e r e held a Mr. K e n n e t h Mook rendered in t h e Woodward avenue Baptis violin solo In c h a p e l last W e d n e s d a y c h u r c h . T h e r e w e r e 1,000 registered m a d e t h e a u d i e n c e of t h e m a n sesn, v M

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t h i s year, good p r o s p e c t s a r e ii\ s i g h t ed a t E a s t Lansing, S a t u r d a y , Nov. f o r a Wisconsin t r i p , i n c l u d i n g s u c h 14, w h e n t h e a n n u a l five mile r u n colleges a s O s h k o s h , R i p a n , L a w r e n c e , t a k e s place. H o p e will c o m p e t e with l l n d p r o b u b , y B e l o l t i Be8ldeg thl8 eight or nine o t h e r colleges including schedule for our regular debating, ofW e s t e r n N o r m a l w h i c h h a s won tho f e r s h a v e c o m e f r o m K a l a m a z o o colc h a m p i o n s h i p f o r t h e last t h r e e y e i r s lege and W h e a t o n , Illinois college f o r H o p e ' s m e n h a v e been g e t t l n e in g i r l 8 . d e , ) a t l n g c o n t e g t 8 . - T h e , , e . B y o u r condltlon since college first opened t . h . l n c e g i l . l 8 Get bU8y, a n d a r e In fine condition now. J a c o b H o p i t e s ! Your c h a n c e f o r a c o m e Kik m a d e a fine record last Vf AAQ •• * b a c k in d e b a t i n g Is a t h a n d . Do y o u r Delbert Kinney and Bernard Luben b e s t to m a k e it a reality. Do It f ir a r e also two v e t e r a n s w h o h a v e m a d e Hope! good r e c o r d s in t h e past. T h e s e a n d t h e new m e n w h o a r e o u t t h i s year h a v e been w o r k i n g h a r d and are b o u n d to show s o m e s p e e d a t L a n s i n g meet.

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Give K a z o o a big o p e n i n g yell. T h e c o u r s e is a very difficult one Yell! At t i m e s w h e n Yell m a s t e r over stones, f e n c e s a n d creeks, t h r u directs. woods a n d fields. Wre h o p e t h a t t h e Encourage the team. weather will f a v o r t h e m e n . The Show l o t s of pep. m e e t Is held u n d e r t h e a u s p i c e s of G a t h e r In one l a r g e g r o u p . t h e Michigan State college. The P u t f o r c e in y o u r yelling . u , 4 t e a m will leave F r i d a y m o r n i n g and W h e n m e n a r e t a k e n out or p l a c e 1 will r u n a t 10 o'clock t h e next m o r n in, yell f o r t h e m . ng. T h e m e n who will represent W h e n o p p o n e n t s a r e on point of H o p e at L a n s i n g a r e : making touchdown yell " H o l d ' e m J a c o b Kik, c a p t a i n . 2nd y e a r ; P e N H o p e ! " K e e p t h a t up. L o u d ! . . *». .. • b e r t Kinney, 4th year; Raymond W h e n H o p e is on point of m a k i n g F i e l d h o u s e , Ist y e a r ; B e r n a r d L u b e n . t o u c h d o w n , yell " W e w a n t a t o u c h 3rd y e a r ; P a u l Van Ess, Ist y e a r : down." G e o r g e Cliquennoi, 1st y e a r ; Lester Yell, m a k e noise, s h o w pep at all Bossard, 1st y e a r . times.

Seniors should observe all r u l e s of Evidently "Cubby" Huizenga can morning. It w a s well played and d e l e g a t e s a n d these, t o g e t h e r w i t h un- s^ons usually In t h e n e i g h b o r h o o d of e t i q u e t t e or good b r e e d i n g w h e n m a n - r e aall G G ee rr m a n b e t t e d w h e n t h e T o o m is man bette well received as h i s p l a y i n g a l w a y s Is. registered persons who a t t e n d e d , 1.200. I p u l a t l n g canes. in t o t a l d a r k n e s s .


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THE ANCHOR SOPHOMORE STAFF Kclltor-ln-rhlof .Tamos Ten B r i n k Assoc ute E d i t o r s — Arlyne Haan J o h n Mulder Spo.t Editors— William Glerk F r a n k Moser Campus Editor CSraee Me Carroll Exchange Editor Theresa MoM StJitisties Robert Ritehie . Campusology Oene K a m m e m a d Jokes ....Carl D a m s o n Head R e p o r t e r G a r r l t T. DeKoninf? H o w a r d Sluyter, R a y m o n d Smith, Del'a Helder, Hazel Albers Harold Hesselink. E d n a Cook. Regular BIIHIIICSM Sta • 15usiuess M a n a g e r :...Gerard C. Pool AK'.fists J a c o b K i k . Carl B o v e n k i r k Subscription Mpr Eliot W e . e r Accepted f o r mailing • m a t t e r a t a special r a t e of p o s t a g e provided by Section 1108. Act of October, 1017. Authorized October 10, 1018.

Editorials COXGRATO' FROSH The S o p h o m o r e class of Hope college wish to a c k n o w l e d g e t h e splendid edition of t h e Anchor produced by t h e class of *20. Not only t h e S o p h o m o r e class but the entire s t u dent body c o n g r a t u l a t e you on your llnd exhibition of Hope spirit. T h a t spirit which you h a v e shown in y o u r breif college c a r e e r h a s c u l m i n a t e d t h a t green edition of your colkge Anchor. Cherish t h a t spirit, never let it fall, a n d you will m e r i t t h e praise of your Alma Mater in l a t e r days.

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"In t h e w o r k s of m a n y of t h e ancient writers lie concealed g e m s of M a r g a r e t P o h l m a n ' s m o t h e r and purest w a t e r t h a t a r e never found T h e s t u d e n t s of Davidson college a r e a u n t w e r e visitors at Hope college because u n s o u g h t . " discussing a n amerilNnent to t h e conon Tuesday. stitution of t h e i r school. Up-to-date, a I seek n e i t h e r to write a s k i l l f m o s t u d e n t sentenced by t h e s t u d e n t c r i f c i s m of s o m e a n t i q u e masterpiece, " J o l l y " Walvoord h a d a d a t e w i t h council could be a c q u i t t e d by a m a nor to discourage public opinion f r o m a senior T h u r s d a y . They went to tho jority of a single vote if he a p p e a l e d some c o n t e m p o r a r y literary effort, but Regent. G r a n d Rapids. Did s h e have his case to t h e s t u d e n t body. T h e pror a t h e r I desire to set f o r t h t h e simple a good t i m e ? Ask "Jolly". posed a m e n d m e n t m a k e s it necessary " g e m s of purest w a t e r " f o u n d in t h e o t h a t he have t h e votes of t w o - t h i r d s Mas. f r o m w h ' c h t h e above selection is S t u d e n t s ! Come and h e a r t h e Girls of t h e s t u d e n t body, if he is to aca quotation. Glee club at Hope c h u r c h t h e lust quittd. With t h a d o p t i o n of t h i s Upon t h e shelves of Graves* library S u n d a y of each m o n t h . a m e n d m e n t , t h e s t u d e n t council will s t a n d t w e n t y t w o Mas Folios b e a r i n g be vested with m o r e dignity and powone n a m e . " E x c e l s i o r a . " T h e volumes er. — T h e Davidsonian. J i m McCarroll and William H u g h e s a r e t h e bound s e m i - m o n t h l y o r g a n of have evidently decided to revoke t h e i r t h e 10th Century " A " class. T h e y a r e intentions of keeping b a c h e l o r ' s q u a r A r e p r e s e n t a t i v e g r o u p of t h e i»K»h a n d - w r i t t e n in entirety and contain ters. calester College s t u d e n t s held a m e e t t h e personal efforts of the s t u d e n t s . ing to discuss t h e i r Vesper Services; The first n u m b e r b e a r s t h ^ d a t e . why t h e y a r e h e l d ; why they a r e not " C o r k y " M u i l e n b u r g and Dick MalN o v e m b e r 4. 1870. i t is opened with a t t e n d e d ; and w h a t a r r a n g e m e n t s lory were Chicago visitors last Saia n essay by t h e editor ( W m . A. could be m a d e to m a k e a t t e n d a n c e t h e urday. Shield), and c o n t a i n s d i s s e r t a t i o n s on m o r e p o p u l a r t h i n g . The s t u d e n t s € such diverse m a t t e r s a s news, politics, w e r e all willing to a d m i t t h a t Vesper I'lion c o m i n g into c h a p e l last W e d - religion, literature, economics, poetry, Services a r e a very essential activity nesday m o r n i n g w o r t h y c h a p e l a l - and stories. Most of t h e issues a r e of t h e College If she is to keep up h e r t e n d e r s w e r e greeted with t h e distri- modeled a f t e r this first copy. spirit, h e r ideals and h e r n a m e a s a bution "of t h e green." W h a t w a s it? T h e a d v e r t i s e m e n t s a r e chiefly hu- C h r i s t i a n college, s u p p o r t e d by the The F r e s h m a n Anchor c a m e out. of m o r o u s requests of t h e s t u d e n t s ; t h e C h r i s t i a n s of t h e s t a t e and c o u n t r y . course. E v e r y f r e s h m a n was well — T h e Mac W e e k l y . longer news items deal w i t h the supplied w i t h green t h a t day f o r t h i y F r a n c o Prussian w a r ; the l i t e r a r y dehad a d o u b l e s h a r e of it. At a n y r a t e p a r t m e n t is a n assembly of criticisms, T h e F r e s h m e n and S o p h o m o r e s of t h e y showed flue spirit. Keep it uo. proverbs, and notices; t h e poetry Ypsilanti staged t h e i r a n n u a l fall ye F r o s h ! m e r i t s a m o r e lengthy discussion. g a m e s recently. T h e S o p h o m o r e s c a m e The poetry though s o m e t i m e s c r u d e out victorious In the t u g - o f - w a r but Possibly J e r r y Pool has a vacai.t and generally immature c o n t a i n s only a f t e r a h a r d struggle. T h e two c h a i r next to him each c h a p e l m o r n m a n y a pretty little gem. Many of t h e classes tied f o r h o n o r s in the obstacle ing for a specified purpose. poenw evince an ignorance of t h e finer race. The S o p h o m o r e s succeeded in laws of prosody and have d e g e n e r a t e d protecting t h e i r flag d u r i n g t h e allotFirst prize fo.* t h e m o n t h of Octo- to t h e position of m e r e rime, with ted ten m i n u t e s of the flag rush. T h e ber in t h e Du Saar s n a p s h o t contest a b r o k e n or a ra^y r h y t h m e . Also, F r e s h m e n displayed a lot of " p e p " but was a w a r d e d to G r e c h e n B e h r e n d s . generally, t h e r e is no g r e a t poetic t h e experience of the second-year a s o p h o m o r e , while Mildred De Wolf Igure; t h e verse is evident but t h e class proved too m u c h f o r t h e m . received second place. T h e a m o u n t melody and s u b s t a n c e a r e lacking. — T h e N o r m a l Clllege News. c o n s t i t u t e a sum of ^2 and $1 a w a r d s . P.ut these a d v e r s e criticisms cannot -oShed a t e a r f o r C.elmer lioven and R a y J a p i n g a . W h i l e t h e y w e r e att e n d n g society F r i d a y s o m e o n e stole a s p a r e t i r e f r o m each of t h e i r respective chariots, lioven says t h a t k. t h e r o b b e r will r e t u r n t h e tire h e m a y have t h e F o r d . No questions a s k e d .

es and evidently " g e t t i n g a w a y withit." You noticed t h a t class m e e t i n g s were a s a g e n e r a l rule poorly a t t e n d ed; m a s s . m e e t i n g s s o m e f m e s a t t r a c t ed large n u m b e r s . but too o f t e n s h a m e f u l l y gmall r e p r e s e n t a t i o n s . P e r b a p s your conscience felt some pangs t h e first t i m e you deviated f r o m your c h o s e n ' p a t h ; all too soon, "like a local a n a e s t h e t i c . " fashion d e a d e n

l i ' is most ' p r o p e r that Hope s t u d e n t s should boost this idea for several very good reasons. First, it helps to place Hope a m o n g t h e leading schools of t h e country in respect to activities. Secondly, it will help to c r e a t e interest in Hope's football teams. Thirdly, and p e r h a p s , t h e most i m p o r t a n t reason of all is t h a t its sensitiveness in t h i s or t h a t spot. it will m a r k out a very definite d a t e T h a t t h i s - t e a pessimistic and m'oron which t h e college a l u m n i can rebidly exaggerated" picture* of t h e situt u r n f o r a s h o r t visit. If Hopt s at on is obvious. T h e vast m a j o r i t y of h o m e - c o m i n g g a m e could a c c o m p l i s h s t u d e n t s do not deviate. T h e ' f a c t rethis p a r a m o u n t end it would be a most m a i n s t h a t here is no lack of room beneficial project in every respect. f o r I m p r o v e m e n t , a-nd t h a t It is for u^ Altho t h e results of the idea r e m a i n to bring a b o u t t h e c h a n g e s . N u m b e r to l*e .seen, t h e Hope home-corning Icfs s e r m o n s ' a r e p r e a c h e d c o n c e r n i n g will undoubtedly be welcomed by t h e s u p e r i o r i t y of e x a m p l e over pretho loyal s u p p o r t e r s of t h e O r a n g e cept; let us go a «tep f u r t h e r a n d a p and Blue. ply t h i s to our college p r o b l e m s . FASIIIOV. AX AXAESTIIET1C " F a s h on. like a local anaesthetic, deadens the sensitiveness of conscience in this o r t h a t spot." declares William R. T h a y e r in his b i o g r a p h y of T h e o d o r e Roosevelt. Although t h e a u t h o r was discuss ng a topic not even remotely connected with colleges, his r e m a r k is surprisingly, a p p l i c a b l e to conditions c o n f r o n t i n g Hope College. Do . you remember when you 'were a F r e s h m a n at collge? Do you recall t h e first few days . of college—how e a g e r you were to conf o r m to all rules, how you anticipated t h e t i m e w h e n you m i g h t w a t c h

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is a t h o t which h a s never a p p e a r e d in the n e w s p a p e r s in conectlon with a n y one of H o p e ' s football games. It Is a very c o m m o n custom for m o s t colleges to designate some particula'-* football g a m e a s t h e " h o m e - c o m i n g g a m e . " Hope h a s probably failed •.(> and be p r o u d of your a t h l e t i c t e a m s , follow t h i s custom because of t h e h o w willing you w e r e to p a r t i c i p a t e c o m p a r a t i v e l y small p a r t which foot- in .all t h e college a c t l v i f e s ? ball has t h u s f a r played in t h e activiBut aftcu. or p e r h a p s two w e e k s of ties of the school. However with it s this exalted conception of college life, rise to a m a j o r H o p e college sport has w h a t h a p p e n e d ? T h e s a m e t h i n g t h a t come t h e suggestion t h a t Hope should h a s been f o r m e r l y a n d is t o d a y occurcelebrate a home-coming. A small ring in t h e m i n d s of too m a n y new d e v e l o p m e n t of t h e idea is to be c a r - s t u d e n t s . T h e novelty of t h e experiried out in connection with t h e K a - ence w o r e off. You discovered t h a t zoo-Hope g a m e on Armistice day several respected a n d a d m i r e d upper-. and it is p l a nned to m a k e m o r e ela- clavsmen seldom a t t e n d e d c h a p e l ' exborate ' p r e p a r a t i o n s f o r such an event ercises; you saw t h e m " c u t t i n g " clasA in t h e f u t u r e .

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" T h e C e n t r a l R a y " reiwnts t h a t a t One poet even wrote f r o m inspira- t e n d a n c e at c h a p e l m e e t i n g s is very tion (inspired by t h e rescue of a bfins m u c h better t h a n last year. Rut t h a t bird f r o m t h e class room (stovepipe) t h e f a c u l t y is still a n n o y e d by t h e and c o m m e n c e d t h u s : c o n s t a n t buzzing which fails to s t o p "Why thread that dark and when they a p p e a r . F r o m this, it crooked road. neems t h a t m a n y of t h e colleges have Upon t h y a z u r e wing; t h e s a m e p r o b l e m s to contend with. — T h e Central R a y . W h y leave t h e e x p a n s e of heaven broad S t u d e n t s of W a b a s h College, who W h e r e you mrght s o a r and s i n g ? " This is but one view of t h e who 10 t h r e a t e n e d to s t r i k e unless t h e f a c u l t y delight of poetry a n d prose. T h e vol- allowed t h e m to use t h e i r a u t o m o b i l e s u m e s a r e lonesome and a r e covered d u r i n g t h e school t e r m , have agreed £ h a l l t h e s e . . p e m 8 u r e m f t i n to a c o m p r o m i s e w h e r e b y they will (lust not use .their m a c h i n e s five days a "undiscovered because u n s o u g h t ? " week, but will be, allowed to drive Willi'? M. Osterhof. t h e m on week-ends. .—The W h e a t o n Record. Y. M. C. A. 0 - -

Tuesday evening, Nov. 3. t h e men enjoyed t h e i r u s u a l weekly Y. M. meeting. T h e topic for d i s c u m on was " U n d e r t h e Olive Trees." T h e phase b r o u g h t out by t h e l e a d e r was t h e p r a y e r life of o u r Master a s he experienced-it in t h e days of t e m p t a t i o n and in t h e g a r d e n u n d e r t h e olive trees, l; v n i e a n s o f I ^ a y e r p u r M a s t e r realized his close r elations hip to t h e F a t h e r , 11 w a s i,e

T h e w o n d e r f u l new model Fllvvei T o u r i n g c a r m a y be bought a t t h e w o n d e r f u l price of $110. D e m o u n t a b l e r i m s and s t a r t e r $85 e x t r a . Windshield and b r a k e b a n d s $50 extra. Steering wheel a n d r a d i a t o r $62 extra. C a r b u r e t o r . gasoline t a n k , pistons and t r a n s m i s s i o n m a y also be secured f o r t h e extra a m o u n t of $175. Advt. f r o m " T h e I n d i a n . "

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t e n n i s c o u r t s when t h e new c h a p e l io games. constructed. Concordia college. I n d . — o n e g a m e T h a t t h e boys of Van Vleck never t h e r e . p a r t t h e i r hair while s t a n d i n g on th»li Albion college—one g a m e t h e r e . Kalamazoo college—tentative. heads. This is only a pre-season s c h e d u l i T h a t s o m e of t h e girls In Voorhees a r e d o i n g their best to get a b e a m a n d i 8 s u b j e c t to change, but it shows of s o n - l i g h t . w h a t class H o p e is in and w h a t irf ; Do you know,— ' expected f r o m t h e t e a m . As t h e r e T h a t F o r d s a r e t h e fastest c a r s on will be t h r e e g a m e s b e f o r e Christmas, we can all look f o r w a r d to see i h e r o a d , they m a k e 340 per h o u r .

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Valley. North W a l e s ? T h a t if you wish s u c c e s s in life, m a k e p e r s e v e r a n c e y o u r bosom f r i e n d , experience your wise c o u n sellor, cauUon ; your eldest b r o t h e r , a n d 'Hope' your g u a r d i a n genius.

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CLAD TO SEE YOU

HOLLAND PHOTO SHOP 10 East 8th St

D.J. DuSAAR

BRINK'S BOOK STORE " W h e r e quality, service and courtesy p r e v a i l "

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WHO KNOWS BETTER? Recent Zoology e x a m s h a v e produced s t u d e n t s who d i f f e r with W e b s t e r on t h e definition of some t e r m s . F o r instance, one s t u d e n t defined m o r p h o l o g y as, "a s t u d y of stones." Many laughed ;at t h e statement but how " . m a n y know b e t t e r ? : 1-

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erally recognized by s p o r t i n g writers, F o u r t h Q u a r t e r — K l e ' s m a d e an end t h a t Kazoo would, win but t h e element run of nine yards. D a m s o n m a d e a ()f c h a n c e played its usual part. end run a n d Hope again had t h e first Kazoo has a line, which a v e r a g e s I'O yard end r u n . A n o t h e r p l u n g e and a b o u t ISO lbs. E a c h m a n has played downs. H o p e was penalized 5 y a r d s * . s o f c o l i e f f e f o o t | ) U i i D a m s t r a m a d e an end run to the sevone or t w o u n d e r t h e most c o m p e t e n t of c o a c h - en yard line. A p l u n g e b r o u g h t t h e ing. Moreover t h e s a m e men h a v e ball to t h e one yard line. An end r u n , , 1 , ^ 3 t o g e t h e r f o r t h e s a m e length by Kleis put t h e ball over. A place of t i m e and h a v e deveb>ped t e a m w o r k kick by Kleis went over m a k i n g tho score a tie 13-13. Hope kicked off to of t h e best quality. Findlay. F i n d l a y completed a pass The s t a r of t h e line is Mulenberg, and m a d e h e r yards. F i n d l a y p u n t e d . who plays end. M u l e n b e r g is a fast, Hope m a d e sfeveral plunges of f o u r h e a d y p l a y e r ; he gets down t h e fitlt' and five y a r d s and two end r u n s of six u n d e r punts, sifts t h r o u g h t h e intery a r d s each. H o p e punted over t r v ference, and usually stops the r u n n e r goal a n d t h e ball c a m e to t h e 20 y a r d in his t r a c k s . He also m a k e s a sciline. Findlay m a d e her y a r d s a t ence of c a t c h i n g passes. Passes seem plunges and the g a m e end, with t h e 8tIck like glue to his finferers ' f u l '- score 13-13. if he once t o u c h e s the ball, he holds Lineup it. You m a y expect to see MulenHOPE FIXOJ. VY berg a good g a m e by himself. Damson, Capt UE Blake If such a t h i n g were possible, the VerMeulen L.T Beadbackfield is still better than in V a n d e r H a r t L.G Abbott line. These men h a v e played t o g e t h e r W. Peelen C Greer for two years, a n d know each o t h e r s Fell U.G Roberts peculiarities and how to m a k e use of K s s e b a g g e i s R.T Reese t h e m . A line-backing, e n d - r u n n i n g , Hill ,.R.E Parks

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ttut a r o u n d t h e latter part of May your glossy p r i n t s in Matt's p h o t o 4t hV> /-I n • Cf 1 > r\ C I ft. g r a p h yI* ••bag V-. and smile, smile, smile. e staff will be having a n a p p l e roll

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to Hope. H o p e held on h e r own 5 y a r d line. F i n d l a y lost t h e bull on a n d Hope p u n t e d . F i n d l a y LARGE DELEGATION WILL B E downs p u n t e d to Hope's 25 yard line. L i n e S E N T BY C E L E R Y CITY IXplunges by J a p i n g a , a pass, and end CLI DIXC. B A N D r u n by Kleis and a p u n t b r o u g h t t h e ball to Find lay's 1 foot line. Find The K a l a m a z o o team is one of tho lay punted to.30 yard line. A penalty strongest a g g r e g a t i o n in t h e s t a t e tins <»f five yards, a line p l u n g e of five year. A heavy line, backed by a y a r d s by J a p i n g a and a 12 yard end s t r o n g backfield m a k e s this t e a m o r e run by Kleis b r o u g h t t h e ball to F i n d , 0 116 f t a e d e v e l y m o m e n t ( i u , l n K t h £ lay's t h r e e yard line. J a p i n g a pirt t h e ' '' ' ' g a m e . A l m a beat t h e m 8-0, puttliig ball over by a line plunge. The d r o p . t h e m in second place in t h e M. I. A.* kick was to low, t h e score was (5-13 * » * » ^ . A., but won by a fluke. It was gen- in f a v o r of F i n d l a y .

t h e court passing, a n d kicking backfield h a s T h a t t h e c h i c k e n s of t h e United H o p e s team p e r f o r m on d o n e its s h a r e t o w a r d placing K a Slates lay eno u g h eggs each y e a r to within a short time. moon zoo as r u n n e r - u p in the M. I. A. A. r e a c h f r o m t h e e a r t h to t h e M I L E S T O N E M I N T S and back. Itlack, t h e q u a r t e r b a c k , is t h e stelT h a t 30 p e r s o n s In P e n n s y l v a n i a a r e lar player of t h e backfield. He passC.arrett W i n t e r , t h e Athletic E d i t o r |iickSi .ln(i e a r r i e 8 t h e b a l l w ; . h put into ail for w r i t i n g t h e i r n a m e s on eSi a t a b l e t — a m e m o r i a l tablet a t (Jettys- of t h e Annual, stopped a m o m e n t or nblllty, and his ability Is no t h ( e 111 burg. '' ' Jewelry s t o r e t h e n i e u n a i . t l ( . , e . H e p u n U ( m t h c a v e l . . T h a t t h e Instructor of t h e Y. Al. o t h e r day. In accord with t h e spirit . l K 0 tir> ViU . (1Si 1 ) a s s e H a c c u r a t e l y , a n d is 0 . A. s w i m m i n g pool m u s t a p e a k in of t h e typical colleBlan he a s k e d to t h e ( , h i p f g r o u n d - g a i n e r of t h e t e a m . 2C d i f f e r e n t l a n g u a g e s . see t h e i r a r r a y of stones. T h e clerk. W a t c h B l a c k ! M'hnt i h e ocean is- s o u n d e d by noting the lines of 4worry on his face. . J nat m e o^ruu • , ^ V .... v Kazoo h a s one of t h e best football .hi.iu, f r o m its bed. presented t h e ^Mllegtone.J " T h a n k s " , , , •hoes n o m iw ofu*. - - I *• ' t e a m s in t h e state, but so has Hope. de K e r e k j a r t o s left said (lite , hut t h a t s only a diaT h a t Duel H o p e my not boast of an excepiionh a n d is valued at $50,000 he s a mond in t h e rough, 'twill t a k e at least ally heavy line0 or a n exceptionally seven more m o n t h s f o r its com pieH u n g a r a n violinist. powerful backfield, but m o r e colleges Remember folk all good T h a t s m o k e c o n d u c t s electricity, tion. t h a n one have felt the driving power th-.t'M w h v men do- not m a n i p u l a t e t h i n g s come slowly. T, h a t ' s why u^ ^ t t h a t s \ \ n \ men ^ and o f h e i . 0 | f e n y e a n d t h e resisting thph- stove-nines while out In a t h u n - t a k e s . F a t Slaughter twenty min- . . . . . . . . , u t h e n s i o \ e pipt-» " h o l e - m a k i n g power of her line, a n d 11 ( oa toti\waltz ti'.iW's ••/%>>-> n l n u ato •.« utes f r or m class class, der s h o w e r . "it has not seemed right to t h e m . ' ' ——oT h a t we A m e r i c a n , can w h a t we Moreover, t h e Hope team will play Not so long ago Dr. S h a n n o n elueican. e a t w h a t we can, and w h a t we jvith spirit of. "do or die", and a n y d a t e (a W e b e k e expression)' t h e story p«n tani ^ ^ tfiim team with wicii this iiiis spirit s p i r u will win lfo r m a .stiff .sun Th..* r n h i m b u s with a m i g h t y of Atalanta and t h e T h r e e Golden ' . • , ^ T h a t COlHinouB, ^ , opposition against a n y o t h e r team hand, weighed the sea and l a n d , — Apples. A f t e r his inculcating (an which would ride over t h e m . portion, a h a n d of genius. Kssebaggers expression) a d d r e s s was The K a l a m a z o o g a m e will be delivered t h e Milestone Staff m e m b e r s Do you k n o w , — football classic. Don't miss it! T h a t a r a t t l s n a k never bites until m u t u a l l y decided the Hope " College o Annual was ope of theiif; golden s . | he s h u t s his jaws III" u d e n t body. So pack up T h a t t h e biggest cuCse of G r e a t , pies, t h o u g h It's only a seed j u s t now. on t h e s t m B r i t a i n t o d a y Is t h e ' d a m ' In E l a n

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FINE PIANOS

Humor Tobacco

(nmokeum

Chuem)

held a p r o m i n e n t place on t h e m a r k e t

Green Mill Cafe You are w h a t you eat. Give yourself a chance! Eat t h e best t h a t you can get. CLEANLINESS, SERVICE, QUALITY

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has

ever since t h e t i m e one ot t h e early

Victor and Brunswick Records

s e t t l e r s had w a t e r t h r o w n on his h e a d

—at the—

because his h o u s e k e e p e r t h o u g h t h e w a s on fire.

T h e a v e r a g e college m o n

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St. Piftnos and VictroUi rented s t restonable prices.

h a r d l y hius t h e price to pay f o r t h c neceffllties of life such ns cigarettes, chewing gum and garters.

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Quality Shoe Repairing—ThaVa Our Business

a r r i v a d s a few valuable h i n t s on ho\N

Green Hill Cafe

Proprietor

to m a k e t h e vile weed go a s f a r a s

Dick" the Shot Doctor ELEC. SHOE HOSPITAL D. S c h i f t m i r , Prop.

possible. T h i s advice Is only for t h o s e w h o a r e f o n d of c h e w i n g and s m o k -

13 E. 8th St.

WE CALL AND DELIVER

Phoat 5 3 2 8

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Fall Suits & Overcoats ARE HERE

" D o c " says, "WTien I w a s a F r e s h m a n money wa« as scarce a s h a i r on a billiard ball or five dollar bills In th^ class

treasury

t h e r e f o r e we h a d to

m a k e the nickels go a s f a r a s posnl-

P. S. B O T E R & C O .

entirely gone. We'd t h e n line t h c w a d s

SHOES FOR THE WHOLlE FAMILY

o r " c h a w s " of the vile weed on a log

ble.e

W e used to buy a plug of t h e

weed and chew it until t h e juice w a s

a n d leave t h e m in t h e sun until t h o r oughly dry. good

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drag made

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place the wad In t h e bowl of a pipe

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in a c i g a r e t t e p a p e r .

Ready Dishes, Hot & Cold for Bosy Patrons

Laughlin's Restaurant 72 East Eighth St. "A Real Good Place to Eat."

YOUR WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR WORK Get Prompt Attention at

PETER A, SELLES, Jeweler 14 East 8th St.

T h e r e being a great d e m a n d f o r tho

College Inn

Lunches put up.

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a s h e s of t h i s weed by g a r d e . i e r s we wou'.d c a r e f u l l y collert t h e burnc.-l u p particles and sell, t h u s enabling us to p u r c h a s e m o r e plugs.

A cert'iin col-

lege p r o f e s s o r also e x p e r i m e n l e d

"STUDENTS' FOREMOST EATING P L A C E "

by

t r y i n g to m a k e a window c l e a n e r out

Even as the delicacies on the American table come from all parts of the world, so you are cheered, as you dine at the College Inn, by music direct and instantaneous, from distant points, by means of our excellent Radio.

C. E. PATTERSON, Prop.

of the widely used weed.

T h e Liacey S t u d i o

only

result w a s dirty window or a good imitation of smoked glasw.

Strangers

who e n t e r this town by t h e m e a n s of f r e i g h t cars,

Corner College Avenue and Tenth Street

His

The Folks at Home would Appreciate Your Picture. SEND ONE NOW.

commonly

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Immediately

Nick Dykema

Fine tailoring, p r e s s i n g and repairing. Y e a r s of s a t i s f a c t o r y service r e c o m m e n d us.

Over KEEPER S RESTAURANT.

a w a r e of t h e f a c t t h a t this is a col' 'ege town because of t h e scarcity of cigar b u t t s on the streets.

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

The lightning bug is brilliant Hut h a s n ' t any mind, He tr avels t h r o u g h t h e d a r k n e s s

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store

Voorhees

T h e p r e m i e r b a r b e r s of Holland. O

In t h e r e a r , a t

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W i t h his h e a d l i g h t s on behind.

54 E. 8th St.

ELENBAAS & FORTNEY

Arctic Frost Biles

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adore Kipling? Van Vleck Special—I don't k n o w — h o w do you klpple? o I've writen home f o r money f o r t h e college a n n u a l so often t h a t I'm going to t.ell t h e m t h a t it comes out in vol-

WHEN YOU WANT THE FINEST IN

k e Cream, Candies, Fruits and Nuts,coine to A. PATSY FABIANO 26 West Eighth Street

umes.

BRICK

BULK

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

Phone 2212

FROST

BITES

o— George La M a r r — Ciosh I, b a t e to s t in t h i s d a r k chapel. Massclink—You do, how Is t h a t ? George I^ji M a r r — I ' m a f r a i d s o m e one mlfiht hold ir.e up. —o—— A flcn and a fly a n d a flue W e r e i m p r wnned so w h a t could they do? "Let us flee," said t h e fly "Let us fly," said t h e flee So t h e y flew t h r o u g h a flaw in t h e

Sheaffer's Life Time Fountain Pens •

Guaranteed against b r e a k a g e for life.

Geo. H. Huizenga & Co. JEWELERS

Opp. Warm Friend Tavern

flue. o—

OR Distinctive Stationery, Unique Programs and Menus, or Fine Papers, the Holland Printing Co. can serve you best. Holland's F i n e s t P r i n t e r s

210 College Avenue

Day In and Day Out, Winter and Summer, Rain or Shine

JACK BLUE Is rt'adv to serve .\ou with delicious hot and cold D r i n k s and tasty Lunches.

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I^ove's old sweet s o n g : "Buy me some candy." o — W h a t a r e you doing f o r exercise these d a y s ? Quite a b't. W h e n e v e r I feel p a r ticularly athletic I go down to R i v e r view P a r k and watch football p r a c tice. — o HOME VOLVNTEERS H o m e Volunteers held t h e i r r e g u l a r m e e t i n g F r i d a y evening In Van Vleck hall. Through a misunderstanding t h e main s p e a k e r failed t« a r r i v e b u t in spite of this an Interesting m e e t i n g w a s h a d , m a n y m e m b e r s offering p e r sonal testimonies. T h e next m e e t i n g will be In c h a r g e of L a m b e r t Olgrers w h o h a s f o r his subject t h e power of individual prayer.

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The Old Reliable Store

LOKKER-RUTGERS CO. Nothing but the Best in Clothing and Shoes Quick Sales - Small Profits

NICK UNEMA ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRING We also Repair Rnhbers 230 Kiver Ave.

Opposite Poit Office.

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