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Volume 98, Number 12

November 20, 1985

Grand Rapids Symphony Plays This Friday A pops concert f e a t u r i n g the leading s y m p h o n y o r c h e s t r a s , music of R o d g e r s and H a m m e r s - Ronald R o g e r s h a s sung the roles tein will be p r e s e n t e d by the of Billy Bigelow in Carousel, Grand R a p i d s Symphony Or- E m i l e de B e c q u e in Soutn chestra and Symphonic Choir as Pacific, Captain Von T r a p p in the next event of the G r e a t P e r - The Sound of Music,- Curley in f o r m a n c e Series on F r i d a y , Nov. Oklahoma and J o s e p h Taylor in 22. The concert will be p r e s e n t e d Allegro. at 8 p.m. in D i m n e n t Chapel. Anita D a r i a n is equally at The concert will be p r e s e n t e d home singing classical music a s by nearly 200 musicians, led by she is singing popular songs. Her g u e s t c o n d u c t o r R i c h a r d versatility has been shown in H a y m a n of Boston Pops f a m e . such a wide r a n g e of p r o j e c t s as F e a t u r e d will be guest a r t i s t s singing Leonore in Fidelio at the Ronald Rogers, baritone, and New York P h i l h a r m o n i c Hall Anita D a r i a n , mezzo-soprano. with Leonard Bernstein conH a y m a n s e r v e d a s the chief ar- ducting to recording c o m m e r c i a l r a n g e r for the Boston P o p s Or- jingles that a r e h e a r d daily on c h e s t r a d u r i n g A r t h u r F i e l d e r ' s television and radio. She has aptenure of over 30 y e a r s . He pro- peared in R i c h a r d R o d g e r ' s duced special a r r r a n g e m e n t s for B r o a d w a y show F l o w e r D r u m dozens of their hit albums, along Song and held m a j o r roles in with m a n y Boston Pops singles, revivals of The King and I, including "I Want To Hold Your Showboat, Blossom T i m e , Most Hand." Happy Fella, Bloomer Girl and H a y m a n has s e r v e d a s prin- others. cipal conductor of the Detroit Tickets cost $7 for adults, $6 for Symphony O r c h e s t r a ' s pops con- s e n i o r c i t i z e n s a n d $3 for cert s e r i e s since 1970. students. Now residing in New York CiAll s e a t s in D i m n e n t Chapel ty, he is in constant d e m a n d in a r e g e n e r a l admission. every m e d i u m of music expresTickets m a y be p u r c h a s e d in sion f r o m Boston to Hollywood. a d v a n c e from the Office of ColHe s e r v e s a s musical d i r e c t o r lege Relations, second floor of and-or m a s t e r of c e r e m o n i e s for the DeWitt Center, 12th Street the tour shows of m a n y p o p u l a r and Columbia Avenue. They m a y e n t e r t a i n e r s including Bob Hope, be r e s e r v e d by calling 394-6996. Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash, Tickets will be held until 7:30 O l i v i a N e w t o n J o h n . T h e p.m. on the night of the concert. Osmonds, J o h n n y Carson, A1 Future Great Performance Hirt, P a t Boone and others. Series events will include The T h e n a m e s of A m e r i c a ' s Danny Buraczeski D a n c e Comforemost t h e a t r i c a l c o m p o s e r pany of New York City in JazzR i c h a r d R o d g e r s and b a r i t o n e dance on J a n . 17-18, the Bach Ronald R o g e r s h a v e a p p e a r e d on Aria Group on F e b . 6 and the m a n y p r o g r a m s together. In ad- G r a n d R a p i d s S y m p h o n y with dition to being soloist in R o d g e r s flutist Christopher K a n t n e r on and H a m m e r s t e i n Nights with Anril in

by Steve Underwood It continues to be a season of f i r s t s for the s u p e r b Hope W o m e n ' s Cross-country T e a m . They won their first Hope Invite, beat Alma in a dual for the first time, and then completed their first u n b e a t e n dual meet season. On S a t u r d a y , Nov. 9, they copped their first MIAA c h a m p i o n s h i p at the Holland Country Club. Well, if the Dutch had any nonbelievers before, they m u s t h a v e vanished now. Using their incredible depth to its u t m o s t , Hope crushed the eight t e a m field at the G r e a t L a k e s Regional meet in T e r r e Haute, Indiana last S a t u r d a y . Their r e w a r d ? Look out, Atlanta, here c o m e the Dutch! T h e y ' v e e a r n e d their first e v e r berth to the NCAA Division III N a t i o n a l C h a m p i o n s h i p s this S a t u r d a y in that southern city. Hope totalled only 28 points in winning the m e e t , p a c k i n g all five of their s c o r e r s in a 12second span between fifth and eleventh place. Wooster (Ohio) College was a distant second with 52 m a r k e r s , while MIAA rival Alma took third with 63. The O r a n g e and Blue had the kind of depth coaches d r e a m about. " T h a t ' s the way y o u ' r e supposed to do it," said Coach William Vanderbilt of the t e a m ' s winning method. " T h e y really did run very well u n d e r a d v e r s e conditions." The Dutch went out hard on a sunny day that failed to dry up a g u a g m i r e of a course that had been s w a m p e d by .rain the

previous week. K a r e n P a n s e , running despite a bad case of tendonitis in her ankle, blasted out to an early lead in the first mile. P a c e d by P a u s e ' s courageous effort, the e n t i r e t e a m rallied to the fore. Sue DeSanctis wound up being Hope's top finisher. With another fantastic big meet effort that she's known for, DeSanctis was fifth in 19:58 for the 5000 m e t e r (3.1 mile) distance. P a n s e held on to take sixth in 20:00. " S h e w a s r e a d y to go," said an a m a z e d Vanderbilt of DeSanctis' race. " A n d K a r e n P a n s e just ran a super r a c e ! " But the Dutch p a r a d e didn't stop there. T a u n a J e c m a n , who was a s high as third late in the race, took eighth in 20:03. Dana Barsness, who h a s led Hope with her come- from- behind e f f o r t s much of the y e a r , was tenth in 20:09. T e r e s a C h e e t h a m ran another g r e a t r a c e in 11th with a 20:10. The other Hope r u n n e r s included Amy Strieker who was 31st in 21:20. Missy F l e m i n g , also battling injurv problems, was 41st in 22:04. Hope was also selected to host the G r e a t Lakes Regional next year, but for now, the Dutch a r e undoubtedly excited about flying to Atlanta for the Nationals this Saturday! " I t ' s a g r e a t opportunity for the women to g e t , " concluded Vanderbilt.

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Making a House a Home Patience is a virtue, and I applaud your virtuousness. Your patience, that is, to wait around for an informative editorial on an interesting topic; deviating form the norm of opinion but nonetheless intriguing. Today's fairly hot topic is the renovation of the President's home. Many have expressed to me their confusion and curiosity about the construction on the house, so being in the position to get the information about what is going on over there, I quickly found out some of the truths from the President himself. I, myself, had been hearing wild rumors about the immense cost and the frivolty of the renovations, but what I found out dispelled any myths the rest of us might have had about the remodeling. First of all, the cost of the renovations for the house has at this time been set at $300,000 (including furnishings) which exceeds a former cost of $200,000 in the original plans. None of this money comes directly from us, that is, it doesn't come from the Tuition Fund or from the Student Activities Fee that we pay. In fact, repairs to the house had been included under the 'Things to Do' of the Campaign for Hope. The rest of the money came in from private donors under the direction of Mrs. Van Wylen who raised $120-150,000. So fear not, brave souls, our money is not directly involved in this project. Next up, how long has and will this renovation take place and what exactly has been done for $300,000? According to Van Wylen, the house has been rewired and replastered (for It's as easy to do a whole house as it is to do one bedroom) as tbese were posing safety hazards; the plumbing and heating systems have been replaced; the dining and living areas have new air-conditioning, and the house has also gotten windows replaced and a thorough paint-job. Outside of the house, the garage roof has been redone to fit the ar-

chitecture of the home and a small family dining room has also been added. I suppose we all must realize that the house is nearly 100 years old and was aching for some of these major and minor household repairs. The tenative termination date of all of this construction is somewhere around December 10, while it all began way back on May 10 of this year. Now, previously, I mentioned the entire cost to include furnishings. What furnishings, you ask? Well, the Van Wylen's have some of their own articles in this house, but the majority of the furniture (especially in the living and dining rooms) is property of Hope College. I just pray that the interior decorator has up-to-date ideas about how a President's home in the '80s should look, because what I saw before was in horrid taste by way of wallpaper and furniture. Establishments like Baker Furniture have donated various items to Hope to replace the worn-out college furniture and private individuals are giving to the college things like rugs and such. Overall, though, we are all wondering if the money was worth being spent for $300,000 could have done so much more in other areas that we would have been more satisfied with. As President Van Wylen expressed to me, the house is not just where the President and his family live, but it is a place whore friends for the college are made and deals are created to help fund the college. Sounds cheesy, right? Well, I'm sure it's big business to entertain a major patron in the house and the college needs the environment to cultivate such a friendship. And knowing Hope, the house has been redone to give such an atmosphere of making money. LouValantasis Co-Editor

-Thinking About Amendments There is a ruckus going down on campus this week, and it is centering around Student Congress, the Appropriations Committee, and Dirk Weeldreyer.

A lot of questions, with the majority being asked and answered in the emotional heat of the moment without allowing time for sensible reflection on the problem at hand.

It is, of course, about the proposed ammendment to our Constitution, which centers around who will be allowed to sit on the Committee in the future, for now and forever more. For the exact wording of the ammendment, if you are curious, contact your Congress representative. He or she should know it inside and out.

Bearing this in mind, the Anchor has a request for first, the student body. This ammendment will affect you, somewhere, somehow. When the Congress starts talking about money, the student body of Hope has a vested interest in the proceedings. So, you people should get interested. Whether you support it or not, find out something about it by talking to your representative, or if you do have a set opinion, tell them. You elected them, and so they should give a good deal of weight to whatever opinion you care to put forth.

There has been a huge amount said on the subject of the validity of the ammendment, the handling of the presentation of the ammendment, if the ammendment is a disguised personal attack, the list goes on for quite a while. Published weekly throughout the Hope College school year, except during exam periods and college vacations, by and for the students of Hope College, Holland, Michigan, under the authority of the Student Communications Media Committee. Subscription price: $12 per year (what a deal). Office located on the first level of the DeWitt Center, back in a corner of the Student Office Area. Telephone 394-6578 The opinions on this page are not necessarily those of the student body, faculty, or administration of Hope College. Typist KathyHarter Typist Joan Weisenberger Typist .Neddy Haven Staff Pain Murray Hudgenutz News Editor ..Libby Bryson Features Editor Dave Carmer Sports Editor Lisa Jurries Photo Editor Todd VerBeek Assistant Photo Editor and Advertising Manager....Dave Davis Business Manager Paul Baker Co-Editor Kirk Kraetzer Co-Editor Lou Valantasis POSTMASTER:. Send address, changes to Hope College Anchor, Hope College, Holland, Ml USPS No. 542110. Funding for this activity is provided by the Student Activity Fee through the Student Congress Appropriations Committee.

Second, a request to the Congress itself. Your meeting tomorrow is going to be a hot one, with what will probably be a large number of students and interested parties present. Some bad blood and personal attacks are likely to result from such a gathering unless you, as representatives, exercise a little intellectual restraint and think instead of emote. Blowing your cool in a situation such as this could blow the whole ball game. Present the facts in an organized debate and you are pretty much assured of gaining points. Fly off the handle and you make enemies with startling speed, and flagellating votes will go sluicing down the tube to the other side. The Anchor is not publishing an official opinion on the ammendment, because enough has been said one way or the other by now to make it pretty much a moot point. There are, no doubt, personal opinions on the staff, but they have no place here. The Anchor is, however, advocating rationality in whatever decisions others might make; find out facts and not rumors. Thats what your Congress- members are there lor. Any one of them should be able to help, should you have questions. This is too important an issue to blow because of uncontolled emotion, so why even run thai risk? Whatever consequenses may result from that kind of action just are not worth it.


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Faculty Research by Matthew Anderson T h e Hope College A r t s and H u m a n i t i e s Division h a s been conducting a Colloquium Series for the 1985-86 school y e a r . A c c o r d i n g to Dr. W i l l i a m Reynolds, p r o f e s s o r of E n g l i s h and one of five c o o r d i n a t o r s of the Series, the tradition of the Colloquium Series w a s established to give p r o f e s s o r s a n opportunity to discuss b e f o r e their colleagues their r e s e a r c h in an a r e a of c u r r e n t interest. The Series is c o m p o s e d of several s e p a r a t e colloquims in which p r o f e s s o r s deliver a c a d e m i c p r e s e n t a t i o n s to other faculty m e m b e r s . The content of individual colloquims v a r y with r e s p e c t to the p r o f e s s o r s p e a k i n g and t h e - n a t u r e of his-her study. Some p r o f e s s o r s m a y discuss their r e s e a r c h for a d i s s e r t a t i o n or a book; o t h e r s m a y discuss their e x p e r i e n c e s while on sab-

batical l e a v e s . Still o t h e r s m a y s p e a k on c e r t a i n a s p e c t s of their fields to which they a r e devoting p a r t i c u l a r attention. According to Dr. Reynolds, the Colloquium Series s e r v e s two purposes. F i r s t , it e n a b l e s faculty m e m b e r s to b e c o m e a w a r e of w h a t their colleagues a r e doing in their v a r i o u s fields. Second, a colloquium allows the p r o f e s s o r speaking to r e c e i v e c r i t i c a l feedback on his-her ideas, which the professor can then use to determ i n e w h e t h e r an idea is r e a d y for p r e s e n t a t i o n b e f o r e a l a r g e r audience. T h u s colloquiums a r e beneficial to both the listeners and the s p e a k e r s . In addition to faculty s p e a k e r s , t h e C o l l o q u i u m S e r i e s also f e a t u r e s a n u m b e r of student p r e s e n t a t i o n s c o n s i s t i n g of r e a d i n g s of high-quality student p a p e r s w r i t t e n for c l a s s e s . E a c h p a p e r is r e a d by the s t u d e n t who

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To Char B a u m , and a n y o n e eise who w a s offended... 1, M a r k R e b h a n , h e r e b y publicly apologize to C h a r B a u m and anyone else who w a s offended by m y article on h a i r d o s . Or any other a r t i c l e I ' v e w r i t t e n , or anything I've said. I m a k e this apology public in the hope t h a t it will c l e a r up s o m e misconceptions about the p u r p o s e of m y colu m n , "...And Another T h i n g . " My p u r p o s e in writing is seldom to ridicule any p a r t i c u l a r person. I do not point fingers, b e c a u s e I know t h a t the result is often a single-digit s a l u t e of another kind. So f a r be it f r o m me, a guy whose h a i r is a d m i t -

wrote it. L)r. Elton Bruins, D e a n of t h e A r t s a n d H u m a n i t i e s Division will a w a r d a c a s h prize to the s t u d e n t with t h e b e s t p a p e r . T h e 1985-86 Colloquim Series has thus f a r f e a t u r e d G e o r g e Ralph, p r o f e s s o r of T h e a t r e , J a m e s V a n d e r L a a n , p r o f e s s o r of G e r m a n , a n d B r u c e McCombs, p r o f e s s o r of Art. T h e u p c o m i n g colloquium for this s e m e s t e r will be a s t u d e n t p r e s e n t a t i o n s e r i e s to be held T h u r s d a y , N o v e m b e r 21 a t 3; 15 p . m . The location of the colloquium is still to be decided. Colloquiums for next s e m e s t e r include such s p e a k e r s a s S a n f o r d Schwartz, p r o f e s s o r of English, William Cohen, p r o f e s s o r of History, J a n e t E v e r t s , p r o f e s s o r of Religion, a n d a Student Presentation. For more information, c o n t a c t William Reynolds, M a r c B a e r , J o h n Wilson, Lois C a r d e r , or Anne L a r s e n .

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tedly the g r e a t e s t n a t u r a l disaster since Mt. St. Helens, to knock an individual's c o i f f u r e . If, however, I m a k e a c o m m e n t about a group t h a t you choose to include yourself in, I h a r d l y see w h e r e I a m to b l a m e . Still, I apologize. Neither is m y p u r p o s e to downgrade mdividualiam, as Char and o t h e r s s u g g e s t . (I hardly see w h e r e a r e a d e r of said colu m n can s e e m e a s g u a r d i a n at the g a t e s of s t a t u s quo). Again, I didn't peg individual h a i r c u t s , or original ones, only t r e n d y ones—and I'd h a v e to a d m i t that I think t h e r e a r e b e t t e r w a y s to express individuality than

through p h y s i c a l nonconformity—especially in an a g e when t h a t h a s b e c o m e a t r e n d in itself. Still, I apologize. The p u r p o s e of m y column is generally to h a v e f u n . Like David L e t t e r m a n , I like to use h u m o r a s a l u b r i c a n t to get m e through a sticky life. A p p a r e n t l y t h a t h u m o r o u s a p p r o a c h w a s not conveyed, a n d n e c e s s a r i l y , I the a u t h o r t a k e b l a m e . Again, C h a r , I apologize for unwittingly assaulting your hair, your b a r b e r , y o u r individuality, your life. I guess it w a s a b a d joke.

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on pre-professional p r o g r a m s and a w o r k s h o p on financial aid for p a r e n t s . R e g i s t r a t i o n will begin at 9 a . m . in P h e l p s hall, 150 E a s t 10th Street, Holland. The f o r m a l prog r a m will end a t 3:30 p . m . F u t u r e visitation d a y s will be held J a n . 17, F e b . 7, M a r c h 7, and April 11. T h e r e will also be a special d a y for high school juniors on F r i d a y , April 18.

T h e a d m i s s i o n s ' office will sponsor a visitation day for prospective college s t u d e n t s , F r i day, Nov. 22. T h e visitation d a y allows high school s t u d e n t s a n d their p a r e n t s an opportunity to see Hope College first-hand by touring t h e c a m p u s , visiting c l a s s e s a n d m e e t i n g with s t u d e n t s . T h e r e will also be a s e r i e s of s e m i n a r s

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Literary Competition Announced T h e C a d d o W r i t i n g C e n t e r is sponsoring a F a l l L i t e r a r y Competition which is open to al w r i t e r s of p o e t r y , fiction, a n d non-fiction. T h e c a t e g o r i e s include s t r u c t u r e d a n d u n s t r u c tured poetry, including free, r h y m e d , or b l a n k v e r s e , s o n n e t s , e t c e t e r a . H o w e v e r , no h a i k u o r s e n r y u will be a l l o w e d . E n t r i e s h a v e no line l i m i t or s u b j e c t r e s t r i c t i o n s . E s s a y s should be kept to a 3000 w o r d m a x i m u n a n d m a y concern any subject. Short fiction should b e k e p t to a 4500 word m a x i u m u m a n d m a y also c o n c e r n any s u b j e c t . E n t r i e s m a y be s u b m i t t e d a s e i t h e r adult o r j u n i o r fiction. All e n t r i e s will b e j u d g e d on t h e i r own m e r i t . T h e d e a d l i n e is set for t h e m i d n i g h t p o s t m a r k of D e c e m b e r 2,1985. E n t r y f e e s a r e $5 for two p o e m s , $4 p e r e s s a y , $5 fer s h o r t s t o r y v T h e r e is no limit to the n u m b e r of e n t r i e s s u b m i t ted. All e n t r i e s should be p r i n t e d

Michel An exhibition of " C l a y Relief P a i n t i n g s " by f a c u l t y m e m b e r , Delbert Michel will h a n g in t h e Corridor G a l l e r y of the D e P r e e Art C e n t e r f r o m N o v e m b e r 15 t h r o u g h D e c e m b e r 1. T h e c e r a m i c w o r k s w e r e e x e c u t e d by Michel -as a H o p e College S u m m e r Grant P r o j e c t from the Brookstra Faculty Development F u n d . The p u r p o s e of t h e g r a n t p r o j e c t w a s f o r Michel, a p a i n t e r , to e x p l o r e p a i n t e r l y possibilities in clay, a m e d i u m in which h e n a s j i a d no p r e v i o u s e x p e r i e n c e .

clearly; carbon copies, photostats, a n d c o m p u t e r p r i n touts a r e a c c e p t a b l e . Names m a y be i n c l u d e d on t h e m a n u s c r i p t or on a c o v e r c a r d o r cover sheet. P r e v i o u s l y p u b l i s h e d , a s well as unpublished m a t e r i a l m a y be e n t e r e d . All e n t r i e s r e m a i n t h e p r o p e r t y of the a u t h o r a n d m a y be s u b m i t t e d e l s e w h e r e a t t h e s a m e time. P r i z e a w a r d s a r e a s follows: $200 for p o e t r y , $400 for e s s a y s , $500 for fiction. A s e c o n d p r i z e of $50 and a t h i r d p r i z e of $25 will a l s o b e a w a r d e d in e a c h c a t e g o r y . W i n n e r s will be announced a n d a w a r d s m a i l e d out six to e i g h t w e e k s a f t e r d e a d l i n e . Enclose a self addressed, s t a m p e d e n v e l o p e to r e c e i v e a w i n n e r ' s list; D e c i s i o n of t h e j u d g e in e a c h c a t e g o r y is f i n a l . Mail all e n t r i e s t o : . Caddo Writing Center P O Box 37679 S h r e v e p o r t , LA 71133-7679

on Display The w o r k s w e r e c r e a t e d with technical a d v i c e f r o m Bill M a y e r a n d m a n y of h i s c e r a m i c s t u d e n t s . B e c o m i n g a s t u d e n t of o n e ' s o w n s t u d e n t s is a s t i m u l a t i n g e x p e r i e n c e for a n a r t i s t - t e a c h e r . T h e risk of t h e u n k n o w n is a r e w a r d i n g challenge and new discoveries s t i m u l a t e o n e ' s c r e a t i v e development. This small show represents such a risk and the. r e w a r d s a r e t h o s e of a s t u d e n t d i s c o v e r i n g new i d e a s .

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Projects to Solve World Hunger H e r e ' s y o u r c h a n c e to h e a r some concrete suggestions for w a y s in which you c a n m a k e a d i f f e r e n c e NOW. D r . M a r t i n P r i c e will b e on c a m p u s t o m o r r o w to l e c t u r e to f a c u l t y a n d s t u d e n t s on w a y s in which school p r o j e c t s c a n b e used to h e l p solve t h e p r o b l e m of world h u n g e r . T h i s t h o u g h t provoking a n d i n s p i r i n g l e c t u r e will be p r e s e n t e d a t 11:00 a . m . on T h u r s d a y , N o v e m b e r 21 in Winn a n t s A u d i t o r i u m . F u r t h e r int e r a c t i o n with D r . P r i c e will be possible o v e r l u n c h a f t e r t h e lecture.

As d i r e c t o r of t h e E d u c a t i o n a l Concerns for Hunger Organization ( E C H O ) , D r . P r i c e h a s helped t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n s e r v e o t h e r C h r i s t i a n s a s t h e y w o r k on behalf of t h e w o r l d ' s h u n g r y . ECHO actively provides technical assistance and needs to t h e s e w o r k e r s a n d s e e k s to find solutions to s p e c i f i c food production p r o b l e m s w h i c h a r e p r e s e n t e d to t h e m . E C H O h e l p s to find t h e b e s t m e a n s of food p r o d u c t i o n f o r any s p e c i f i c a r e a of the world n e e d i n g a s s i s t a n c e . We a r e given a c h a n c e to b e c o m e p e r s o n a l l y involved in

the struggle against world h u n g e r t h r o u g h ECHO'S c a r e f u l l y o u t l i n e d a c a d e m i c opp o r t u n i t e s which g i v e s p e c i f i c r e s e a r c h projects t h a t can use t h e t r a i n i n g , l a b o r a t o r i e s , and l i b r a r i e s t h a t a r e a v a i l a b l e to us. T h e s e p r o j e c t s will d i r e c t l y h e l p s u b s i s t a n c e f a r m e r s a r o u n d the world. Show y o u r s u p p o r t for this eff o r t to solve t h e p r o b l e m of world h u n g e r by being p r e s e n t a t t h e l e c t u r e a n d by b r i n g i n g a f r i e n d . Science m a j o r s a t e especially u r g e d to a t t e n d . C a r e enough to listen, c a r e e n o u g h to r e s p o n d .

Student Art Show Opens November A t t e n t i o n ! A c h t u n g ! And, hey lookee h e r e ! T h e All s t u d e n t s A r t Show will be s h o w i n g in the gallery at D e p r e e Art Center f r o m N o v e m b e r 2 6 t h to December llth. T h e show w a s j u r i e d y e s t e r d a y by D e n n i s K o m a c of t h e G r a n d R a p i d s M u s e u m of A r t a n d will involve w o r k s by s t u d e n t s f r o m all d e p a r t m e n t s . T h e w o r k s will

. o v e r a v a r i e t y of m e d i u m s : ceramics, sculpture, drawing, p r i n t m a k i n g , and p a i n t i n g j u s t to n a m e a f e w . J u d g i n g by t h e n u m b e r of w o r k s s u b m i t t e d m a n y of you h a v e b e e n feeling p a r t i c u l a r l y c r e a t i v e this s e m e s t e r . So, l e t ' s t a k e a d v a n t a g e of t t h i s c r e a t i v i t y and c o m e s e e w h a t w e ' v e all been doing t h i s s e m e s t e r .

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Vespers Tickets on Sale this Saturday Tickets for the annual C h r i s t m a s V e s p e r s will b e sold to t h e public on S a t u r d a y , N o v . 23 f r o m 9 a . m . to 12 noon a t the t h e a t r e box o f f i c e of the DeWitt Center. T h e V e s p e r s will be p r e s e n t e d S a t u r d a y , D e c . 7 a t 8 p . m . and S u n d a y , Dec. 8 a t 2 p . m . , 4:30

p . m . a n d 8 p . m . in D i m n e n t Memorial Chapel. T i c k e t s will be $3 e a c h a n d a limit of f o u r t i c k e t s will be sold to a p e r s o n . No t e l e p h o n e o r d e r s will b e a c c e p t e d a n d t i c k e t s will not b e sold a t t h e c o n c e r t s . V e s p e r s , . p r e s e n t e d by t h e Hope m u s i c d e p a r t m e n t s i n c e

1941, h a s m a r k e d t h e b e g i n n i n g of t h e C h r i s t m a s s e a s o n in t h e Holland a r e a c o m m u n i t y f o r several years. P a r t i c i p a t i n g g r o u p s will inc l u d e t h e College C h o r u s , C h a p e l Choir, S y m p h o n e t t e a n d B r a s s Ensemble.

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Features Pellegrino To help c o m m e m o r a t e H o p e ' s c h a p t e r of Alpha Epsilon D e l t a ' s silver a n n i v e r s a r y , E d m o n d D. Pellegrino, M.D. s e r v e d a s the visiting P h i Beta K a p p a s c h o l a r . Alpha Epsilon D e l t a is the p r e m e d i c a l honor society which recognized those s t u d e n t s in the field of m e d i c i n e who m a i n t a i n a g r a d e point of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Dr. P e l l e g r i n o is the d i r e c t o r of the K e n n e d y Institute of E t h i c s and U n i v e r s i t y P r o f e s s o r of Medicine and Medical H u m a n i t i e s at G e o r g e t o w n University, Washington D.C.. Dr. Pellegrino spoke N o v e m b e r 14 and 15 in Wichers Auditorium about m e d i c i n e and ethics in a lecture entitled 'Love and J u s t i c e : Health C a r e F r o m a Christian P e r s p e c t i v e ' .

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His opening question asked if Christian e t h i c s m a k e a diff e r e n c e in the m e d i c a l field and how. T h e doctor pointed out that our individual theological belief s y s t e m s differ, a s do our w a y s of i n t e r p r e t i n g C h r i s t i a n ethics. This m a k e s settling m e d i c a l diff e r e n c e s in a m o r a l l y justifiable m a n n e r very difficult. He s t r e s s e d t h a t if 'one holds to a c o m m i t t m e n t of Christian principles, one c o m e s out differently in c o n c l u s i o n s p e r t a i n i n g to m e d i c a l ethics t o d a y . ' In all m e d i c a l m o r a l decisions t h e r e is an u n d e r l y i n g s t r u c t u r e that a s k s ' W h a t shall I do?' Pellegrino used the e x a m p l e of r e m o v i n g life s u p p o r t s y s t e m s f r o m a p a t i e n t whose d e a t h is immenent. The doctor said the

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I Lingo-every specialization, every discipline, e v e r y unique group h a s their own. S o m e lingo is so distinctive it w a r r a n t s its own label: valleygirl, jive, scat, doublespeak,... And s o m e is recognized, acknowledged, only by the group using it. The t h e a t r e falls u n d e r this second c a t a g o r y . Your a v e r a g e c o m e d i a n isn't a s likely to use t h e a t r e j a r g o n in a joke a s he is to use valleygirl or doublespeak, for t h e s i m p l e r e a s o n t h a t t h e a t r e j a r g o n isn't a s well known. In w r i t i n g t h e U P S T A G E L E F T column w e ' v e tried to be c a r e f u l to explain the j a r g o n t h a t m i g h t be u n f a m i l i a r to those outside t h e t h e a t r e . Y e t within the t h e a t r e , t h e a t r e j a r g o n is such an i n t e r g r a t e d p a r t of t h e l a n g u a g e ( a s is t h e c a s e with any specialized j a r g o n ) t h a t it is s o m e t i m e s

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a n s w e r s to such p r e d i c a m e n t s c a n be found in o n e ' s f u n d a m e n tal h u m a n i s m c e n t e r e d in the n a t u r e of e v e r y m a n and w o m a n . One m u s t a c q u i r e a p e r s o n a l philosophy of t h e physicianp a t i e n t relationship which is implicit to s h a p e the whole decisionm a k i n g process. Dr. Pellegrino suggested regarding the patient as a b r o t h e r or sister. H e e m p h a s i z e d using the e x a m p l e of Christ who spent t i m e healing out of c o n c e r n and loving the ill a s Christ did the children of God. Pellegrino feels w e owe t h e ill our concern and w e should conc e n t r a t e on a concept of c h a r i t y and a 'non-self-orientated benevolence without a c c e n t i n g a p e r s o n a l benefit of power, pro-

The T.O. and the APP w e ' v e i n c r e a s e d the n o r m a l T h u r s d a y s t u d e n t 2 for 1 night to include T u e s d a y a n d W e d n e s d a y a s well. E v e r y o n e d e s e r v e s a study b r e a k . We suggest you t a k e y o u r s with a friend, a n d e a c h get into T H E SHADOW BOX for $1.50! T h e Audience P a r t i c i p a t i o n P r o g r a m is also a r e g u l a r f e a t u r e for e a c h production. Again, for T H E SHADOW BOX, the A P P h a s t a k e n on additional flavor. Along with our n o r m a l S a t u r d a y night A P P , we'll be including a s p e c i a l A P P a f t e r e a c h of the o t h e r p e r f o r m a n c e s . The nightly A P P ' s led by H o p e faculty and M e m b e r s of Holland H o s p i c e , will e x a m i n e t h e v a r i o u s t h e m e s found in T H E SHADOW BOX. An o u t s t a n d i n g d r a m a , T H E SHADOW BOX lends itself to special discussion. The play focuses on t h r e e ter-

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P e l l e g r i n o s e e s t h e physician a s r e s p o n s i b l e to society. ' C h r i s t i a n e t h i c s involve s a c r i f i c e a n d t r a n s f o r m i n g of the p h y s i c i a n patient relationshp. Christians h a v e a c o m m u n i t y responsibility t h a t should focus upon a l t r u i s m before self-interest.' He d e f i n e s C h r i s t i a n j u s t i c e a s a c h a r i t a b l e j u s t i c e . When it is pointed out t h a t the poor c a n not p u r c h a s e health c a r e , m a n y s a y it's u n f a i r , but not u n j u s t . Christian e t h i c s d o n ' t s u p p o r t t h a t view but instead, t a k e the attitude, ' t h a t if y o u ' r e a loser, we owe you s o m e t h i n g m o r e . ' T h e d o c t o r c o n c l u d e d by r e s t a t i n g the role of C h ri st i a n i t y a s a r e s h a p e r of m e d i c a l ethics, as well a s all of-our positions on e v e r y issue.

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each be involved in one of t h e special discussions; while Dr. J a m e s Cook a n d Mrs. P a t r i c k Donnelly will lead their r e g u l a r S a t u r d a y night discussion. Kevin Olson, d i r e c t o r of T H E SHADOW BOX, will be t h e m o d e r a t o r for all five A P P nights. Audience m e m b e r s a r e enc o u r a g e d to stay for t h e discussion following t h e p e r f o r m a n c e they a t t e n d - b r i n g questions, off e r their insights or s i m p l y listen to w h a t o t h e r s h a v e to say. We believe t h e s e discussions will heighten y o u r o v e r a l l t h e a t r e exp e r i e n c e , a s well a s provide u s all with a n opportuni t y to explore s e v e r a l exciting issues. We h o p e to s e e you at t h e theatre, D e c e m b e r 3-7. R e m e m b e r , s t u d e n t 2 for 1 nights a r e T u e s d a y , W e d n e s d a y and Thursday. And, A P P ' s will follow e a c h p e r f o r m a n c e .

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fits, or p r e s t i g e . ' T h e d o c t o r a n s w e r s his int r o d u c t o r y question then with a definite a f f i r m a t i v e t h a t Christianity m a k e s a d i f f e r e n c e in m e d i c a l ethics. T h e doctor sees a n d i n c r e a s i n g a t t i t u d e today that gives applied biology p r e s i d e n c e in m e d i c i n e over the physician-patient dimension. He does not support this idea and s t a t e s t h a t ' r a r e l y does one heal a p a t i e n t with applied biology only, one m u s t go beyond this.' He also pointed out the r i s e in 'profit' medicine as a commercial e n t e r p r i s e today. He finds j u s t i c e and t h e Christian notion of e t h i c s inconsistent with such a commercial attitude. Dr.

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difficult to recognize j a r g o n f r o m non-jargon. T H E T.O. AND T H E A P P sounds s o m e w h a t like a title for a fable or a G r i m m ' s f a i r y t a l e . What they a c t u a l l y s t a n d for a r e the ticket office (T.O.) and the Audience P a r t i c i p a t i o n P r o g r a m ( A P P ) , o u r double f e a t u r e for this w e e k ' s c o l u m n . T h e T.O. opened T u e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 19. As usual it will now b e open M o n d a y - S a t u r d a y , 10 a . m . to 5 p . m . , with e x t e n d e d h o u r s on p e r f o r m a n c e nights, until the close of T H E SHADOW BOX. Unlike our l a s t production, h o w e v e r , T H E SHADOW BOX will r u n for one week only, beginning T u e s d a y , D e c e m b e r 3 t h r o u g h S a t u r d a y . D e c e m b e r 7, 1985. So... get y o u r t i c k e t s e a r l y ! As an a d d e d incentive, for all of you who a r e bound to be up to your n e c k s in p r e - f i n a l s studies.

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November 20, 1985

Art-a-Thon a Success

Records in Review by Karl DeLooff

Rush: G r o u p : R u s h Album: Power Windows P e r f o r m a n c e : Not a head r u s h . Sound: Well e n g i n e e r e d Record S u r f a c e s : could be b e t t e r Rush h a s been around for a while and it shows. This a l b u m is p r i m e Rush and is should do well. This is not to say it is p a r t i c u l a r ly . good Rush, but t h a t the m a r k e t i n g p o t e n t i a l is well developed. One m a j o r a d v a n c e m e n t over their p a s t a l b u m s is the lack of insults. Some of their old m a t e r i a l w a s a l m o s t insulting to the intelligence, but P o w e r Windows s e e m s to be an a t t e m p t to say something. This is highly unusual in the power rock g e n r a . I really ex-ected the typical K r o k u s t y p e a s s u l t on intelligence, but they thakfully m a d e it m u c h m o r e p a l a t a b l e . Musically R u s h h a s b e c o m e a bit m o r e d i v e r s e . T h e r e is an att e m p t at filling in all the holes in the melody with something other than fuzz or g u i t a r distortion. If you like Rush, this album will h a v e to be an addition to your collection. If you h a v e n ' t h e a r d R u s h , this is probably the album to get if you w a n t to try them. In any c a s e it is a safe, commercial album.

Herbie Mann: Artist: Herbie Mann A l b u m : See t h r o u g h Spirits P e r f o r m a n c e : Flying high Sound: T r a n s p a r e n t Record Surfaces: Okay J a z z is the basis for m u c h of tod a y ' s music. J a z z cannot be readily described b e c a u s e it follows a feeling. It is like trying to define 4 < contentment. n Herbie Mann continues this tradition. His music follows the feeling of each band. E a c h d i f f e r e n t t r a c k is like its own m i c r o s o s m of the universe. The album is not disjointed, but it is not unified either. T h e music s e e m s to flow f r o m cut to cut with ease. It is really easy to loose t r a c k of t i m e listening to it. Herbie Mann p l a y s the flute in all cuts and s o m e t i m e s he a d d s the responsibility of percusssion. The backup artists change s o m e w h a t f r o m t r a c k to t r a c k . This gives the a l b u m texture. Most of the a r t i s t s a r e studio musicians and they stay tight. The entire album is a first c l a s s production.

Sexton: Artist: Charlie Sexton Album: P i c t u r e for P l e a s u r e P e r f o r m a n c e : delete the ''ton i n S e x t o n S o u n d : . S u r p r i s i n g Record Surfaces: Decent This is an a t t e m p t at combining two m a j o r rock s t a r s : B r y a n A d a m s and John M e l l e n c a m p . He h a s e l e m e n t s in c o m m o n with both but l e a n s to A d a m s with his attitude. It s e e m s like the e n t i r e album is trying to p o r t r a y him a s a stud. After a while it gets r a t h e r boring. Sexton is not without potential, it is jsut that he needs s o m e m a t u r i t y in the m u s i c business. Musically, he does a good job. Some of the songs m a y h a v e c h a r t potential, but it is doubtful that, he will get m a j o r a i r p l a y with his c u r r e n t style. The r a d i o is not supporting his type of m u s i c except in the c a s e of B r u c e Springsteen, and B r u c e is m u c h better.

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ART-A-THON by David Hugh Carmer Well, they did it, a n d they deserve some congratulations. The Art-a-thoners m a d e it 24 hours and produced their works of art. They did all this just to r a i s e money for KANDU industries Inc., an e m p l o y m e n t agency in Holland for mentallyand emotionally-impaired adults. They m a n a g e d to r a i s e over five h u n d r e d dollars in all. The artists actually went the full t i m e period without sleeping. They continuously worked on p r o j e c t s r a n g i n g f r o m paintings, s c u l p t u r e s , to c e r a m i c s , photography. The w o r k s produced were often a s good, and sometimes better, than the students n o r m a l p a t i e n t efforts. One of the a r t i s t s involved said that he should work on sculpture like this m o r e often. He w a s r e f e r i n g to the f a c t t h a t the piece he produced w a s one of his b e t t e r efforts. There was a g r e a t feeling of energy in D e P r e e all t h a t t i m e . J u s t knowing t h a t the Art-a-thon w a s in p r o g r e s s a r o u n d you seemed to add something. I don't know if m a n y felt this way, but it w a s obvious s o m e did. T h e r e w a s a strong sense of fellowship

amoung the people involved, and everyone seeijied to h a v e a good time. It is too bad t h a t m o r e people didn't show up just to see w h a t w a s going on. I know t h a t m o s t of you only go over to the a r t building when you h a v e to t a k e your core class in there ( a n d then you avoided it a s m u c h a s possible.), but you should h a v e taken this t i m e to get to see t h e things being produced t h e r e ( n o t just those being worked on in the Arta-thon). I ' m sorry t h a t t h e r e wasn't m o r e student support. I know t h a t f r i e n d s of the a r t i s t s c a m e over to see how thier friends were doing, but t h e r e w e r e n ' t a whole lot of t h e m . The Art-a-thon drew enough attention to be covered by the Holland Sentinel, but by t h e Grand R a p i d s P r e s s as well. It is nice to see t h e m getting the attention they deserved f r o m s o m e poeple. It is over, and it went v e r y well. T h e y raised quite a bit of money. Considering t h e r e w e r e only about ten a r t i s t s working there( t h a t ' s fifty b u c k s each they raised) it w a s a hefty s u m . Congratulations a r e in order for those who worked in the Art-athon.

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N o v e m b e r 2(K 1 9 8 5 own u n i q u e s t y l e . " T h a n k s George. T h a t ' s precisely what 1 suggest. If you want straightforward journalism, subjectv e f b - o b j e c t s e n t e n c e s , then check the articles, but d o n ' t look for it on the editorial page. Editorialists use style, they use p a r a g r a h s is f a r too much for the rhetoric. They w a n t to bring ata v e r a g e Newsweek r e a d e r to tention to their piece for w h a t it follow. So we should drop our at- has to s a y ; not how it looks or t e m p t s to improve both ourselves whether it would s t a n d up to the u l t i m a t e test -of s y n t a c t i c a l and our r e a d e r ' s ability. perfection. We s h o u l d w r i t e e v e r y To be fair, you m a d e some sentence the s a m e way. We do good points. I'll keep t h e m in not want to confuse you. You a r e very busy, and you don't have mind, and 1 also invite you to time to figure out what paren- write for the Anchor or any other theses do. You don't have time to student publication. They need r e r e a d a sentence. We can do students with opinions. But hey, that type of writing. We did it in George, don't ask m e to l e a v e my fifth g r a d e . Then we can s t a r t p a r e n t h e s e s at home. I'd be like typing on our foreheads. Can you J o h n Wayne without a gun, R e a g a n without Bonzo, Di and say boring? Can you say padded Charles wiliiout The National room? Finally, you ask for the m e r c y E n q u i r e r . I'd be Buck naked, of the r e a d e r , not to "criticize it yep, uh-huh. (Hi-ho) (us) in t e r m s of s t a n d a r d English, but recognize it as it's

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Man the Parentheses, Full Speed Ahead accents developing in people who a r e out of the m a i n s t r e a m of a language, because it's just plain i n a c c u r a t e . Accent does not equal dialect, for one thing, and w h e r e t h e h e c k is t h e m a i n s t r e a m of a l a n g u a g e ? ) Anyway, the point is, writing and r e a d i n g go pretty much hand-inhand. I know of no writer who doesn't spend most of his s p a r e t i m e reading. And I think it's safe to a s s u m e that w r i t e r s of English usually read English. So the "poor exposure t h e o r y " , upon exposure, looks pretty skinnyAs to the fact that this writing style " m e n t i o n s . . . ( t h e w r i t e r ' s ) opnion in every p a r a g r a p h " , yo, George, I think t h a t ' s the concept

behind editorials. (I could be wrong, this is only m y opinion.) S a m e - s a m e about your complaints about p a r e n t h e s e s as tools to i n c l u d e d i s j o i n t e d t h o u g h t s . N u m b e r one, few thoughts are disjointed; especially if the w r i t e r h a p p e n s to use a stream-of-conciousness style (ugh, that nasy word again. And those disgusting parentheses.) F a c t is, p a r e n t h e t i c a l s t a t e m e n t s and other syntactical t o o l s - d a s h e s , etc.--are e l e m e n t s of style, and most w r i t e r s try to have a style. Is length a p r o b l e m ? Sorry, w e ' r e just trying to expand your attention span. But I guess we poor w r i t e r s of - Hope College should h a v e realized that ten

Confessions of a Sinner by M.B. Black " s h o o t " instead. You m e e t Mrs. J o n e s on the street. She tells you to give h e r love to your m o m but when you get h o m e you tell y o u r m o m t h a t Mrs. J o n e s s a y s Hi. Or m a y b e a friend a s k s you how you like his suit. You say, " i t ' s a perfecct color for you but y o u ' r e thinking, "it m a k e s you look f a t . " T r u e , you'r just being polite. B u t just being polite is s o m e t i m e s a f o r m of censorship, Advertising constantly u s e s censorship. While the industry wouldn't d a r e to m a k e outright r a c i s t or sexist r e m a r k s a n d it wouldn't d r e a m of using any obv i o u s l y negative s t a t e m e n t s about old age, censorship allows only certain I m a g e s to be p r e s e n t e d in connection with certain other products. The result is a perception of society a s being white, young and male dominated. N e a r l y all businessmen, professionals a n d authority f i g u r e s in your a v e r a g e c o m m e r c i a l a r e white m a l e s . Soft drink c o m m e r cials of e v e r y kind generally use

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reading m a t e r i a l available to us offers an u n b a l a n c e d and often t i m e s erroneous view of society, life and relationships and the world as a whole. With an opinion like t h a t one might be t e m p t e d to a s k : " w h y a r e n ' t you out c a m p a i g n i n g for j e r r y Falwell for p r e s i d e n t ? " or something else along those lines, Quite f r a n k l y , b e c a u s e I don't see censorship a s an a n s w e r to those problems. if the t r u t h be known, (and on Hope's c a m p u s , it s e e m s , the s e a r c h for t r u t h is p a r a m o u n t ) , censoshlp - a n individual netw o r k ' s decision a s to w h a t constitutes news, an a d v e r t i s e r ' s u n d e r s t a n d i n g of w h a t sells products, o r a r e c o r d p r o d u c e r ' s knowledge of w h a t is hot a n d what is n o t - i s responsible for most of the choices being m a d e . Yet, within all of these e x a m p l e s we, the public, a s individuals h a v e influence. We e x e r c i s e our influecne by turningon, or buying out a n d tuning in t h e p r o d u c t s that a r e offered us. Our basic f r e e d o m s a r e left intact. Censorship t h a t denies us our basic f r e e d o m s , t h a t d i s r e g u r a d s our ability to govern our own behavior, m a k e sound and m o r a l j u d g e m e n t s , choose b e t w e e n good a n d evil or otherwise exercise our f r e e will is at best offensive. Potentially it is unhealthy, prejudicial a n d corrosive. In education, m o r e t h a n in any other a r e a , the d a n g e r of cen-

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Man the Parentheses, Full Speed Ahead accents developing in people who are out of the m a i n s t r e a m of a language, b e c a u s e it's just plain inaccurate. Accent does not equal dialect, for one thing, and w h e r e t h e h e c k is t h e m a i n s t r e a m of a l a n g u a g e ? ) Anyway, the point is, writing and reading go p r e t t y m u c h hand-inhand. I know of no writer who doesn't spend most of his s p a r e time reading. And I think it's safe to a s s u m e t h a t w r i t e r s of English usually r e a d English. So the "poor exposure t h e o r y " , upon exposure, looks pretty skinny. As to the fact that this writing style " m e n t i o n s . . . ( t h e w r i t e r ' s ) opnion in every p a r a g r a p h " , yo, George, I think t h a t ' s the concept

" s h o o t ' ' i n s t e a d . You m e e t Mrs. Jones on the s t r e e t . She tells you to give h e r love to y o u r m o m but when you get h o m e you tell your m o m t h a t Mrs. J o n e s s a y s Hi. Or m a y b e a friend a s k s you how you like his suit. You say, " I t ' s a perfecct color for you" but you're thinking, " i t m a k e s you look f a t . " T r u e , y o u ' r just being

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reading m a t e r i a l available to us o f f e r s an u n b a l a n c e d and often t i m e s erroneous view of society, life and relationships and the world a s a whole. With an opinion like t h a t one might be t e m p t e d to a s k : " w h y a r e n ' t you out c a m p a i g n i n g for J e r r y Falwell for p r e s i d e n t ? " or something else along those lines, Quite frankly, b e c a u s e I don't see censorship a s an a n s w e r to those problems. If the t r u t h be known, (and on Hope's c a m p u s , it s e e m s , the s e a r c h for t r u t h is p a r a m o u n t ) , censoshlp - a n individual netw o r k ' s decision a s to w h a t constitutes news, an a d v e r t i s e r ' s u n d e r s t a n d i n g of w h a t sells products, or a r e c o r d p r o d u c e r ' s knowledge of w h a t is hot a n d what is n o t - i s responsible for most of the choices being m a d e . Yet, within all of these e x a m p l e s we, the public, a s individuals h a v e influence. We e x e r c i s e our influecne by turningon, or buying out and tuning in t h e p r o d u c t s t h a t a r e o f f e r e d us. Our basic f r e e d o m s a r e left intact. Censorship t h a t denies us our basic f r e e d o m s , t h a t d i s r e g u r a d s our ability to govern our own behavior, m a k e sound a n d m o r a l J u d g e m e n t s , choose b e t w e e n good and evil or o t h e r w i s e exercise our f r e e will is a t best offensive. Potentially it is unhealthy, prejudicial and corrosive. In education, m o r e t h a n in any other a r e a , the d a n g e r of cen-

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Straight Ahead by Kirk K r a e t z e r To the E d i t o r : A f t e r h a v i n g seen the r e c e n t l e t t e r s p r o t e s t i n g the s t y l e s of w r i t i n g on o u r c a m p u s , I felt it high t i m e to j u m p on the b a n d wagon a n d a d d m y vote a l o n g with e v e r y o n e e l s e ' s fo t h e imm e d i a t e c e s s a t i o n of all b e h a v i o r of the i n d e p e n d a n t l y t h i n k i n g and-or c r e a t i v e kinds. I m e a n , j u s t who is t h i s K r a e t z e r bozo who d a r e s to u s e p a r e n t h e s e s e all o v e r t h e p l a c e whenever and wherever he - p l e a s e s ? It j u s t isn't f a i r t h a t I a m f o r c e d to w a d e t h r o u g h bushels of n e s t e d p a r e n t h e s e s , t h e only p u r p o s e of which s e e m to be t h e s e t t i n g off of r e l a t e d t h o u g h t s ( a l t h o u g h s o m e of t h e thoughts presented are third or fourth generation relations, sometimes even more than that). Really. ANd t h e r e ' s m o r e . Don't believe m e ? My r o o m m a t e s a w an i n s t a n c e of wholly s e l f i s h b e h a v i o r in a c o l u m n i s t t h e o t h e r d a y , a n d I, a s a m a j o r in t o m foolery think it m y p l a c e to to point out w h a t m y r o o m m a t e (his n a m e is P e t e , by the w a y ; h e ' s c u t e and a v a i l a b l e for all t h o s e single w o m e n out t h e r e w h o m a y be i n t e r e s t e d ) i n d i c a t e d to m e : t h e a u t h o r of t h e c o l u m n h a d t h e m o n s t e r o u s a u d a c i t y to a c t u a l l y i n s e r t his own opinion into s o m e t h i n g he had w r i t t e n .

A Clear and Present Danger almost as though he had a space r e s e r v e d for h i m e a c h m o n t h j u s t for h i m to a i r opinions in. How dare he? What's more, he was talking a b o u t h a i r , f o r G o d ' s s a k e . Totally s e r i o u s too, I'll j u s t b e t . And a n o t h e r one h a d the gall to t a k e up m o r e t h a n one t y p e d p a g e of m a n u s c r i p t in o r d e r to get his story told ( e v e n t h o u g h it w a s a very good a n d nicely told h a i r r a i s e r of a s t o r y ) . T h e t e m e r i t y of t h e s e p e o p l e t h a t you h a v e w r i t i n g for you j u s t d r i v e s m e into epileptic f i t s of c o n s t e r n a t i o n . I ' m not done yet, so d o n ' t go w a n d e r i n g off a n y w h e r e , o k a y ? Okay. T h e w r i t e r u s e d a p e r sonal style! T h e legions of Hell a r e swooping down on u s e v e n a s we s p e a k f o r this a f f r o n t to t h e w i s d o m a n d g r a c e of o u r a l m i g h t y God. He a c t u a l l y d a r e d to i n s e r t little bits of c h a r a c t e r and p e r s o n a l i t y into his pernicious s c r i b b l i n g ( a n d t h a t K r a e t z e r c h a p m u s t be a w e i r d one, if his w r i t i n g is any indication. P r o b a b l y so c o n f u s e d he d o e s n ' t know w h i c h w a y to t u r n for g u i d a n c e . M a y b e h e ' d be b e t t e r s e r v e d to go a n d visit t h a t p a r a g o n of l i b e r a l a r t s institutions, J a c k Ridl, in o r d e r to get his s n a k e pit of a h e a d pointed s t r a i g h t a h e a d a g a i n . H e can b e found o v e r in t h e E n g l i s h

department, and since T h e college w e n t to all t h e exK r a e t z e r ' s a m a j o r in t h a t h e p e n s e of i n s t a l l i n g those antishould h a v e no t r o u b l e g e t t i n g original t h o u g h t d e v i c e s with t h e o v e r t h e r e . ) . G r a c i o u s m e oh m y sole intent of i r r a d i c a t i n g a n y w h a t c a n w e do a b o u t this a p p a l l and every original thought that ing b e h a v i o u r a l dis c o n t i n u i t y so d a r e s to poke its h e a d a b o v e t h e m a r k e d l y shown in t h e p o r l a d ' s m u r k of the m i d h e r e at l o t S M , so w r i t i n g . I'd s a y m a k e h i m e d i t o r how did t h e s e b a r b a r o u s c o l u m of t h e p a p e r . M a y b e t h a t ' l l c a l m n i s t s e s c a p e its e f f e c t s ? W e r e him down. Certainly couldn't they immune? Did t h e y m a k e him m o r e confused than he s o m e h o w c a t c h on a n d f o r m u l a t e a l r e a d y is. G u y p r o b a b l y w r i t e s a n d a n t i d o t e ? I t ' s a plot I tell p o e m s a b o u t c h u r c h e s b e i n g towyou, a plot to u n d e r m i n e t h e n i c e t r u c k s and s c e n e s in p l a y s s a f e w a y of t h i n k i n g a b o u t f e a t u r i n g t a l k i n g p l a n t s , h i p p o s , t h i n g s , a s u b t l e b i t of and little g r e e n m e n with f u n n y M a c h i a v e l l i a n e n g i n e e r i n g to s o u n d i n g n a m e s . H e s h o u l d be s t o p s t u d e n t s f r o m v o m i t i n g banned as quickly a s possible. b a c k r e a m s of i n f o r m a t i o n t h a t A b o v e all, w e should g e t r i d of t h e i r p r o f s p u m p into t h e m d a y him a n d his s e d i t i o u s o p i n i o n s a s a f t e r d a y with n a r y a c h a n c e to quickly a s possible, m o r e f o r think on t h e i r own. violating t h a t m o s t holy of all o u r How b a d c a n it g e t ? p r e t t y a c a d e m i c p r a c t i c e s h e r e a t the b a d , it s e e m s . I mean, why U n i v e r s i t y of t h e Stultified Mind, should a n y o n e w a n t to t h i n k on t h a n a n y t h i n g else. t h e i r own w h e n t h e y c a n j u s t T h e w r i t e r s of opinion c o l u m n s w a n d e r o v e r to t h e l i b r a r y , look h e r e on c a m p u s h a v e an a l a r m - one up, a n d m a k e it t h e i r o w n ? ing t e n d a n c y t o w a r d s g e n e r a t i n g All in all, I think e v e r y p e r s o n original t h o u g h t s . D i d n ' t t h i s get d a r i n g to put f o r t h an opinion a n d o u t l a w e d on o u r c a m p u s a c o u p l e in o u r p r i n t m e d i a s h o u l d b e of y e a r s b a c k ? I think so. hounded until h e a g r e e s to g i v e You think I ' m kidding, d o n ' t up, with no t h o u g h t given to you? I s a w it h a p p e n t h e o t h e r w h e t h e r h e w r o t e in u t m o s t d a y : this one f r e s h m a n h a d a s e r i o u s n e s s o r in u l t i m a t e J e s t . particularly offensive original J u s t get a f t e r t h e guy a n d g i v e t h o u g h t a n d his b r a i n blew up. h i m hell. No m a t t e r how s t r o n g W h a m p ! r i g h t t h e r e in t h e mid- h e is, he'll give in e v e n t u a l l y , if dle of t h e P i n e G r o v e . only to find n o t h i n g m o r e t h a n a

Lowen Superb by John North On T h u r s d a y , Nov. 14th, in t h e DeWitt Sudio T h e a t r e , S h a r o n Lowen, a n I n d i a n D a n c e r , provided an e v e n i n g of c u l t u r e , p e r forming Odissi-the classical d a n c e of I n d i a . With t h e t h e a t r e c r o w d e d , f a c e s filled with a n t i c i p a t i o n , M s . Lowen s t a r t e d h e r p r o g r a m . Performing Mangalacharan, a d a n c e p r a i s i n g v a r i o u s gods of Hindu f a i t h , Lowen d a n c e d in a most captivating m e a s u r e . Having a w i n s o m e s t a g e p r e s e n c e , she w a s not only s e n s i t i v e a n d charming, but displayed a strong e n e r g y flow n e e d e d f o r t h e r h y t h m i c , g r a c e f u l c h a r m of

Odissi, w h i c h is the d a n c e p e r f o r m e d by the d a n c i n g girls d e d i c a t e d to s e r v i c e in t h e t e m p l e s . Since the ninth c e n t u r y A.D., it h a s been n o t e d for its beatiful poses and rounded curves. As t h e e v e n i n g ' s p r o g r a m progressed, timelessness prevailed. P e r f o r m i n g seven p i e c e s , L o w e n swept the a u d i e n c e a w a y , t a k i n g t h e m f r o m Holland, Mich, to n o r t h - e a s t India itself. And, when the e v e n i n g c a m e to a close, w h e r e b y a s t u n n i n g perf o r m a n c e w a s given by L o w e n in h e r 1st piece, MOKSMA, I realized two t h i n g s ; I not only s a w t h e

little p e a c e . A I know, all ye written h e r e is a n o fore, I open myself of t h e campus. S .castigate me, m a k e it f r o m your midst mount sin t h a t I h a . , with m y words. P"ir; I invite ev c a m p u s to 7 let m e k n o w . t h e y feel a b o u t this d ifelfc t r e n d of s p e a k i n g opi d of e x e r c i s ing p e r s o n a l style. Anyone w h o c a r e s to be cowardly afeout it c a n call m e u p a t U p . m . on T h u r s day n i g h t and - m a k e one a n o n y m o u s insult if they so wish. All o t h e r s , those m a d e of s t e r n e r stuff, m u s t write s i g n e d l e t t e r s . This t r e n d h a s g o n e on f o r too long, and h a s to be stopped. I remain,. F o r e v e r yours. Kirk Kraetzer D e a r M r . Kraetzer: Y o u ' r e a b s o l u t e l y right a a b o u t t h a t t a l e n t l e s s h a c k of w h i c h you s p e a k , t h a t abomination of o c c a sional o r i g i n a l i t y , Kirk K r a e t z e r . I'll bet t h e hose h e a d e v e n w r i t e s l e t t e r s to himself. • .• , Weird, I tell you.!- gv; I a m also, tV.:^ Forever y o w s , KirkKrtetzer

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( •ontiiiMed from Page 8 happens w h e n censorship t a k e s away our freedom, when it controls our education by controlling what goes into it? As students in a liberal art college w e don't h a v e to s w a l l o w what our professors feed u s hook line and sinker. P a r t of the reason w e don't it that other professors o f f e r us a different point of view and thus help to b a l a n c e the overall picture. If censorship is allowed to disturb that b a l a n c e our ability to weigh information, to recognize both good and bad, and c o m e to our own conclusions, is impeded. Man g a i n e d the knowledge of both good and evil w h e n h e bit into the apple in the Garden of Eden, and whether you take that story literally or m e r e l y unders-

tand the metaphor m y point is that s e e i n g life a s it really is, bestill the s a m e . D e n y i n g that evil ing e x p o s e d to the ugly truth a s exists or hiding it behind a well a s the ideal truth, will c a m a f l a g e of censorship does not render us a better c h a n c e to s e e protect us from it a f f e c t and in- life a s it should be and to work fluence. The censorship used to toward that end. hide what w a s happening in the You can ponder black now. German consentration c a m p s I've finished m y " s p e e 9 h " . It during World War II didn't pro- c a m e out a bit m o r e life an tect the J e w s who had not y e t E n g l i s h paper and a bit l e s s conbeen taken to the c a m p s . Nor did versational that I had hoped. But it protect the outside world. It I'm still a bit rusty at this so I m e r e l y m a d e u s i g n o r a n t plea for patience. bystanders while millions of innocent people w e r e slaughtered. Apologies to M.B. for the delay Being an ignorant bystander in getting this article to print. m a y let u s feel l e s s guilty about We've r e c e i v e d an undue amount what w e allow to happen in t h e of patience in this respect, and w a k e of our ignorance. But, I'm g i v e our thanks to the understannot s o sure ignorance will protect ding, or at l e a s t kind-hearted, us or keep the "evil" ( w h a t e v e r writer, -the Editors. it m a y be) from happening. On the ohter hand, I a m m o r e sure

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85 Fall Sports Review by Lisa J u r r i e s Soccer

Football Getting third place in the MIAA with a r e c o r d of 3-1-1 and an overall r e c o r d of 5-3-1 is p r e t t y good for a t e a m that had to rebuild as m u c h as this y e a r ' s football t e a m did. Comprised in half of f r e s h m e n , this hardworking t e a m did an excellent job fighting a g a i n s t some very tough and d e t e r m i n e d t e a m s to prove t h e m s e l v e s and show exactly what Hope's football p l a y e r s w e r e m a d e of: blood, guts, and a very strong will to s u c c e e d . T h e t e a m ' s upper c l a s s m e n continued throughout the season to show the f r e s h m e n how to play college football the right way with the t e a m ' s co - c a p t a i n B l a i n e Newhouse leading the t e a m in

unassisted t a c k l e s (29), t a c k l e s for a loss (6), and the a l w a y s exciting q u a r t e r b a c k sacks (13). Other people who excelled on this year's team were Dirk VerMeulen who recovered t h r e e f u m b l e s , D a v e Bolhuis who bpoke up six passes, Ken T r u m ble who m a d e nine touchdowns, Tom V a n d e r K l a y who r e t u r n e d five interceptions, Joe Cossey who r e t u r n e d eight kickoffs, Tom Wight who r e t u r n e d 16 punts. Ed Coniff who kicked 35 punts. Bill Vanderbilt who caught 30 p s s s e s a n d our q u a r t e r b a c k C h r i s Mendels who c o m p l e t e d 111 p a s s e s out of 192 a t t e m p t e d . With only 13 s e n i o r s leaving the t e a m , next y e a r ' s t e a m should be one of the best Hope has had in the past few y e a r s .

This y e a r ' s soccer t e a m h a d the s a m e kind of season the football t e a m did, ending up with a third place standing in the MIAA with a 7-5-0 record and an overall record of 9-8-1. Coached by first y e a r coach Todd K a m s t r a , the soccer t e a m played s o m e very good g a m e s a g a i n s t s o m e very

good t e a m s and did a g r e a t job, m a k i n g this first season a winning one for K a m s t r a . This y e a r ' s highlights w e r e beating Goshen 5-0 and J e r r y N y a n o r ' s 18 goals which tied T T ope's single season scoring r e c o i d . The o u t s t a n d i n g p l a y e r s of the season w e r e J e r r y Nyanor who m a d e 18 goals com-

ing in second place in scoring in MIAA, Mike K u b e r t who led the t e a m in a s s i s t s with nine a n d goalie Mark R e b h a n who m a d e 143 saves. Although next y e a r ' s t e a m will be losing seven seniors, the rest of the t e a m is m a d e up of s o m e very talented m e n who will m a k e the next season of s o c c e r even m o r e exciting t h a n this one.

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ty G a f f n e y on the first t e a m a n d Annette Van E n g e n on the second. Losing s e v e r a l seniors next y e a r will be a tough b r e a k but t h e r e a r e s e v e r a l ./V p l a y e r s who a r e anxious to move up to v a r s i t y and show what they can do, m a k ing the prospects for a good t e a m much better for next y e a r . (ed. note: this information w a s given the editor bv Coach A n d r e a Dahl).


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Hope's W o m e n ' s Cross Country h a s n ' t finished their season yet but they have a m a z e d and excited Hope's c a m p u s this fall by c a p t u r i n g the MIAA l e a g u e crown for the first t i m e e v e r . They continued exciting the c a m pus last S a t u r d a y by getting first place out of eight t e a m s at the NCAA Division III G r e a t L a k e s Regional Meeting, q u a l i f y i n g them to go to the NCAA National meet in Atlanta, Georgia. T h e r e were quite a few high points in

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this y e a r ' s MIAA season with Dana Barsness, Teresa C h e e t h a m , Susan DeSanctis, and T a u n a J e c m a n being voted to the all-MIAA t e a m . ALso exciting w a s the league m e e t w h e r e five of our women w e r e in t h e top ten, led by Dana B a r s n e s s at t h i r d p l a c e . Although t h e i r season isn't over, this y e a r ' s W om e n' s Cross Country t e a m has had a wonderful u n d e f e a t e d season to m a k e both Coach Vanderbilt and Hope very h a p p y .

The Hope College s w i m m i n g and was also a m e m b e r of the t e a m s launch their s e a s o n s this winning 400-yard f r e e s t y l e t e a m . S a t u r d a y when the e n t e r t a i n Both s w i m m e r s placed at the Wheaton College of Illinois in NCAA Division III nationals. In addition to All-Americans non-league dual m e e t s a t 1 p.m. in Kresge N a t a t o r i u m in t h e Dow Peel and Tilden, P a t n o t t h a s also added sophomore All-American Center. Both t e a m s will be h o m e again Dirk VanPutten, who s w a m last on T u e s d a y , Nov. 26 w h e n they y e a r at Denison University. Other n e w c o m e r s to w a t c h inhost G r a n d Valley State College. clude f r e s h m e n Todd VanApIt will be their final h o m e appledorn, Bruce Brown, J i m Marp e a r a n c e until J a n . 18,1986. 4 I think we h a v e a l e g i t i m a t e tin, and Geof Greeniesen. Returning l e t t e r m e n this y e a r c h a n c e at winning the m e n ' s MIAA c h a m p i o n s h i p , ' s t a t e s include juniors Mike W i e r s m a head s w i m m i n g coach J o a n P a t - and Marcel Sales. Also adding d e p t h to t h e t e a m a r e nott. Men's Cross Country The Dutchmen h a v e n e v e r won sophomores J o h n E c k e r t , Tom a MIAA s w i m m i n g title in the Grabill, Todd Korell, E r i c LarAlthough they did not qualify last 15 y e a r s . One of the p r o g r a m ' s seven y e a r history. son, Mike Magan, and Kirt the t e a m for the NCAA National highlights of the season w a s The best Hope h a s e v e r finished VanOveren. meet, the m e n ' s cross country when Lindsey Dood was voted Looking at the l e a g u e r a c e , is second p l a c e during t h e 1980-81 t e a m did get third place out of 12 Most Valuable Runner in the Kalamazoo and Calvin should season. t e a m s in the NCAA Division III MIAA and was voted onto the All 'This a p p e a r s to b e t h e best again be the t e a m s to b e a t . L a s t Great L a k e s Regional m e e t . Conference Team along with t e a m w e ' v e h a d fis f a r a s depth year Kalamazoo won its 13th conLindsey Dood did qualify and will Kevin Cole and Randy Johnson. and quality is c o n c e r n e d , ' com- secutive league title. However, be r e p r e s e n t i n g the m e n ' s t e a m Led by junior Lindsey Dood, this Hope shined at the nationals, ments Patnott. in Atlanta with the w o m e n . Our outstanding group of men fulfillAt the league meet iast y e a r , finishing 12th out of 80 t e a m s . m e n ' s t e a m had an u n d e f e a t e d ed their expectations of the Seven is said to be lucky and P e t e Tilden set MIAA records in season in the MIAA getting their season and stand to conttnue in the women's swimming team both the 200-yard- i n d i v i d u a l 13th league championship in the their tradition of exceltence in m e d l e y a n d t h e - 2 e 0 - y a r d hopes the a d a g e holds true. the y e a r s to come. A year ago, the Flying Dutb r e a s t s t r o k e , placed first in the 100-yard breaststroke, and.swam chmen won their sixth on Hope's champion 400-yard MIAA title in-a-row, but h e a d freestyle relay. ' R o b Peel set coach P a t n o t t admits, 'This y e a r Volleyball MIAA r e c o r d s in the 50-yard could be a little t o u g h e r . ' Returning a r e Ail-Americans freestyle and lOO-yard f r e e s t y l e The w o m e n ' s volleyball t e a m season to keep their heads a b o v e had a disappointing but winning the w a t e r and make their losing season this y e a r with an MIAA season into a winning one. record of 5-7 and an overall Although they will be losing four record of 15-14 to s e c u r e a fourth very good seniors next year, they by Steve Underwood place standing in the league. w i l l r e t a i n s o m e g r e a t F o r the second y e a r in a row Vanderbilt. After working h a r d this fall, they u n d e r c l a s s m e n who will t r y their As a t e a m , however, the Duto v e r c a m e a slow beginning of the h a r d e s t to bring their team up to Lindsey Dood is the lone Hope chmen had to finish first or secross-country r u n n e r to a d v a n c e a winning position in the MIAA. cond of the dozen full t e a m s to the NCAA Division III Naentered, but they took third. Mr. tional Meet. With his third p l a c e finish at Union (Ohio) College won the last S a t u r d a y ' s G r e a t L a k e s m e e t with 51 p o i n t s . C a s e Regional m e e t , Dood qualified Western R e s e r v e w a s second for the championship r a c e this with 57, while Hope's total w a s S a t u r d a y in Atlanta, Georgia. 100. " T h e guys ran fairly well," The junior c a p t a i n ' s t i m e o v e r the rain-soaked 8000 m e t e r (4.97 said Vanderbilt, pointing out the t e a m w a s shooting for Mt. Union miles) course w a s 26:37. "Lindsey ran a g r e a t r a c e , " and that the second place t e a m c o m m e n t e d C o a c h W i l l i a m was a surprise. " C a s e Western

J a n e Houting, Connie K r a m e r , J e n n i f e r Straley, and K a a r l i B e r g m a n . All w e r e m e m b e r s of last y e a r ' s 400 and 800-yard freestyle relay t e a m s that competed at the NCAA nationals. At the league m e e t last season, K r a m e r won two individual titles, the 200 and 500-yard freestyle events. Houting finished first in the 200-yard individual medley, also setting a new MIAA record. Straley. won the 1650y a r d freestyle title. B e r g m a n , K r a m e r and Straley also were recognized as Academic Ail-Americans by the National College Swimming Coaches Association. Other r e t u r n i n g s w i m m e r s include juniou J a n e t Carlson, sophomore Karla Koops, senior Karol Troupe, and junior Nancy Zwart. Outstanding new s w i m m e r s include sophomore P a m Sims who did not swim last y e a r , and f r e s h m e n Karen R u b i n and Stacey Williams. Leading new diving prospects include Diane

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Parkview Bl, How's the party lady doing today? Smile! Jqst one more month to go! We're gonna make it. Ich Liebe dich.

Dean Fead and John North-Could F r e ' b u r g you PLEASE keep it down at din- Hey Librarians (Dave, John, ner! -Obnoxious Doug, Mike, and Tim) We think Tree Rat-How do "Teddies" sound on Friday ? -A squared study session.—Amy

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Merv Public Safety M e s s a g e N u m b e r 1To the " R e s p o n s i b l e Hope S t u d e n t " : You would n e v e r l e a v e 400 pounds of g a r b a g e u n d e r the soccor b l e a c h e r s a s a p r e s e n t to the alumni, would you? Noooooo. So it m u s t h a v e been t h e townies, right? Courteously b r o u g h t to you by: T h e M a g n u m G r o u n d h o g Patrol When y o u r conscience doesn't b o t h e r you, W E WILL!! Katie, Can we p l a y d e t e c t i v e again tonight? M a y b e 'til 2 a m , for old t i m e ' s s a k e ? Love, y o u r Roomie Andy, So, how well do you know the s t r e e t s of Ann A r b o r ? ? ? — Like the b a c k of y o u r h a n d ? ? ? ? JT

Does bad luck really come in pairs? 2 Dan's, 2 Lynda Lou's, 2 gremlins, 2 car garages and 2 Hubba Tubbas. What a night! Dan, Are you still wondering where the cow and Steve's Tie Bar went, how your shorts got bleached and where Lamont is? Thanks for an excellent night. Squirrel Killer, We're watching your every move! The Black Squirrel Committee


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