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The Anchor tfi Volume XXXVII

Hope College, Holland, Michigan Dec.8 ,1926.

HOPE ACCEPTED AS MEMBER IN THE M. I. A. A. 1^ FOOTBALL SCHEDULE AKKANiiEl); ALSO FIELD MEET AND TOURNAMENTS The "consummation devoutly to be wished" has finally taken place. Hope College has been received Into full m e m bership In the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. On Friday, December 3. Coach Jack Schouten, Professor Winter, and Nell VanOostcnberg Journeyed to Albion, whore they met with the representatives Oi the other colleges In the Association and received official a n n o u n c e m e n t t h a t Hope's application for membership had br?n considered and favorably voted on. Schedules In several of the leading departments of sports were arranged at the same meeting. The basket ball schedule fo;* this season was completed. During nsxt year's football season our team will stack up against such prominent teams a-. Alma and Hillsdale. Track schedules, Cross-country runs and Tennis tournaments have also been arranged. Other important business was t h e consideration of Freshmen Rules in Intercollegiate sports. One provision of these rules is that freshmen may not compete in t h e major sports of Intercollegiate athletics. The rules were tabled with the probability of being passed early in 1927. The recent action at Albion promises a larger future for Sports at Hope College. Coach Schouten and the Athletic Board are to be congratulated u p o n the success of their efforts. It is now up to the whole student body and faculty to make good on the challenge that is held out t o us. It is now no longer the challenge of individual teams b u t the clHrtlcngc oi" the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association that calls for the best that is in us. . In order to win a respectable place in the association we must have THE BEST of co-peratlon between the administration and t h e athletic department. THE BEST coaching, THE BEST men of the whole student body for the teams, and THE BEST POSSIBLE SUPPORT FROM EVERY STUDENT. EVERYONE m u s t take u p this challenge to give Hope a place of honor in the M. I. A. A.

VITAL TOPICS ARE THE SUBJECTS OF Y. M. MEETINGS J o h n Mulder, member of the Junior Class .headed the discussion on "Freely Yo Have Received" at the annual Thanksgiving meeting of t h e Y. M. C. A. held Nov. 23. Delving into the history of Thanksgiving the leader stated that Governor Braddock issued the first Thanksgiving proclamation some 305 years ago and to Lincoln goes the credit oi" declaring the first National Thanksgiving Day In 1864. In concluding the historical phase he read President CoolIdge's proclamation for 1926. Mr. Mulder's very excellent address can bo thus summed up: People receive blessings in abundance and blessings without merit; and. they can express their appreciation of these by living t h a n k f u l lives, that is. sharing the blessings with others, and by offering prayers oi thanksgiving. He made this remarkable statement: "We always express our t h a n k s to h u m a n hosts, so we surely o u g h t to express our t h a n k s to t h e host of the universe." Previous to the discussion by t h e chairman of the evening Jacob Pelon gave the reading "Compensation." N o v e m b e r ' s last e v e n i n g for the y e a r 1926 f o u n d a l a r g e n u m b e r of the

HOME BEAUTIFUL PIPE OF PEACE _ ^ PASSES BETWEEN RIVAL CLASSES

W.

Ooms

led

the

SOPHS W I N SEASON'S FIRST BASKET BALL GAME IN OVERTIME PERIOD

One

of

the

toughest battles

ever

idea in t h e b a c k g r o u n d that t h e a u d i - b a s k e t b a l l material in t h e s e t w o classe n c e w a s to s u p p o s e t h a t J e s u s w o u l d es. F o r t h e Sophs, Van Z a n t e n and in- De P r e e starred, w h i l e Cook and Van go L e n t e l o o k e d best f o r the F r o s h .

back. Bill" a s k e d t h i s q u e s t i o n :

"If J e s u s w e r e w i t h

u s right

here

w o u l d y o u r h e a r t and m i n e go out to H i m , w o u l d y o u r lips a n d m i n e s i n g p r a i s e s ? " H e c l a i m e d t h a t our s t u d e n t body, so richly blessed with r e l i g i o u s

HOPE INDIAN STUDENT WINS HONOR IN MUSIC

influence, suffered f r o m the perils of a

deadening familiarity

and

of

with Jesus H I S H e said t h a t

lukewarmness.

MELODIES A R E

INCORPOR-

A T E D IN T H E " S U I T E

s t u d e n t s are trying to find a m i d d l e

PRIMEVAL"

g r o u n d for f e a r of b e i n g called o v e r l y - r e l i g i o u s or o v e r l y - w i c k e d . In c l o s ing he p i c t u r e d t h e s t u d e n t e n t e r t a i n ing J e s u s for t h e n i g h t . presented fitting

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climax.

DEATH TAKES TWO PROMINENT HOPE ALUMNI

Dec.

14, at 8 o c l o c k . T h i s p l a y will

l,e g i v e n by t h e G r a n d v l l l e R e f o r m e d c h u r c h for the p u r p o s e of a i d i n g t h e (.'olleg" Band In g a i n i n g a financial footing. W e a r e s u r e t h a t

t h i s play

will be well w o r t h t h e price of a d m i s sion a n d w o u l d u r g e e v e r y H o p e i t e to b u y t i c k e t s e a r l y , n o t o n l y to pro-

K a n s a s . T h e p r o g r a m and press m e n -

FROSH TURN OUT FOR MEDIC TALK DR. P O P P E N G I V E S LECTURE ON LEPROSY

t h e m s e l v e s , but to a s s i s t t h e m e m b e r s ize t h e pep of t h e s c h o o l . HEL.P T H E BAND! HOME VOLUNTEER MEETING LED BY MR. MOGET

>r

incorporated in t h e suite w e r e f u r n ished

l»y Geo. U i M e r e , a W i n n e b a g o T h e m e l o d i e s f u r n i s h e d by

y o u n g cellist Song",

an

include

the

' T h e Sunrise

Indian f a m i l y ' s m o r n i n g

h y m n of worship to the rising sun; t h e " F l u t e Serenade,"

a

Sioux

melody,

The F r e s h m e n w e r e privileged last used for Indian c o u r t s h i p ; a n d t h e T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g to listen to a v e r y "Moccasin G a m e , " a social D i v e r s i o n

sons without charge.

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BLUFFS

MOTHER

AUBREY'S

DRAW

HEARTY

LAUGHS

"Sign

on

the

dotted

line."

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w e r e t h e w o r d s that drew a peal of laughter every time t h e y were repeated in t h e play entitled "The S h o w Off", g i v e n by a N e w York Cast

In

Carnegie Hall on Dec. 1, under t h e a u s p i c e s of t h e H o p e L y c e u m Course. The p l a y w a s f u l l of h u m o r , pathos, and m o r a l lessons, and It w a s p r e s e n t ed in a m o s t artistic w a y . T h i s m o d ern d r a m a w r i t t e n by George K e l l y h a s proved to be one popular e n t e r t a i n m e n t s son.

of t h e m o s t of t h e s e a -

T h e s c e n e of the play Is in the h o m e of the F i s h e r f a m i l y . Mrs F i s h er a n d her d a u g h t e r o p e n t h e s c e n e by t a l k i n g of t h e beau of t h e o t h e r daughter Amy. According to the

N o v . 20th, a f t e i a 2 weeks' t h e o n e big puzzle is h o w A m y can illness. The f u n e r a l s e r v i c e s w e r e be In love w i t h s u c h a bluff. T h e held at his h o m e in B r o o k l y n and at w h o l e family, i n c l u d i n g Mr. Fisher •

t h e Old First C h u r c h . H e is survived and Joe, a r g u e s w i t h A m y , but w i t h by his w i f e and t w o sons. J o h n Jr. and no avail, f o r s h e w a s d e t e r m i n e d to Theodore. keep Aubrey. Mr. Van Z a n t e n w a s a g r a d u a t e of H a ! H a ! H a - H a - H a ! The l a u g h of H o p e College, t a k i n g his d e g r e e w i t h A u b r e y P i p e r can be heard t h e m i n t h e class of 1907. T h r e e y e a r s later h e ute h e c o m e s to disturb t h e F i s h e r graduated from the New Brunswick f a m i l y . H e s l a p s t h e f a t h e r on t h e T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y and s i n c e t h e n back, he t a l k s to J o e a b o u t a rust h e has served R e f o r m e d c h u r c h e s in p r e v e n t a t i v e and v o c i f e r o u s l y m a g n i t h e East. He w a s regarded a s one of fies h i s i m p o r t a n c e In e v e r y w a y . The t h e o u t s t a n d i n g p a s t o r s in t h e R e f a m i l y w o u l d be led to believe t h a t he f o r m e d c h u r c h a n d this f a c t w a s recw a s t h e p r e s i d e n t of t h e P e n n s y l v a n i a ognized by t h e c o u n c i l of H o p e c o l l e g e R a i l r o a d if Clara h a d n o t i n f o r m e d last J u n e w h e n t h a t body c o n f e r r e d on t h e m t h a t h e w a s a m e r e clerk. T h e h i m t h e d e g r e e of D o c t o r of Divinity. m o t h e r w a r n s A m y n o t to m a r r y t h i s Rev. A. D u n n e w o l d , p a s t o r of t h e s h o w - o f f , but A m y m a r r i e s h i m just R e f o r m e d c h u r c h at D u n n i n g v i l l e , A l the s a m e . M e a n w h i l e J o e Is p a t i e n t l y legan county, died S u n d a y m o r n i n g a t w o r k i n g on a c h e m i c a l rust p r e v e n t a a b o u t o'clock a s a result of an illness tive. w i t h y e l l o w j a u n d i c e . R e v . Mr. D u n T h e m a r r i e d life of A u b r e y and n e w o l d w a s o n e of t h e y o u n g e r R e m y goes l i k t t h e mother said it would. Aubrey spends much more

f r o m t h a n his t h i r t y - t w o dollar a w e e k job H o p e c o l l e g e t h r e e y e a r s earlier. H i s will warrant, but to t h e a n g e r of Mrs. h o m e w a s near Rochester, N. Y. H e F i s h e r he still brags a b o u t w h a t h e hasn't got. M i s f o r t u n e s c o m e to t h e was u n m a r r i e d .

ary a b o u t

five

y e a r s ago

and

MEET NUSKIE T AT GYKl TONIGHT TEAM BADLY CRIPPLED BY CUTS

g r o u p ; Mr. F i s h e r dies and A u b r e y runs into a traffic cop. N o t h i n g d a u n t s t h e "Show-off", however, and h e puts on a bolder front t h a n ever. W h e n J o e s u c c e e d s in h i s rust preventive,

A u b r e y t a k e s credit, but in t h i s c a s e GRADE ho had s o m e credit b e c a u s e h e m o r e t h a n d o u b l e d t h e financial r e t u r n s .

Tonight, Hope's varsity squad will i n t e r e s t i n g lecture on Leprosy g i v e n of t h e W i n n e b a g o tribe. T h e suite w a s meet t h e strong Muskegon "Y" Triangles by B. A. P o p p e n , M. D., f r o m M u s k e - played by t h e full orchestra, Mr. Stock and the reserves will combat the "Y" gon, a n d a m e m b e r of the F e l l o w s h i p c o n d u c t i n g and w a s received w i t h Highlanders from the same city. Coach of A m e r i c a n Surgeons. Prof. H a g e r m u c h e n t h u s i a s m , a s it m a r k e d a n e w Jack Schouten has stated no definite w a s responsible for s e c u r i n g Dr. P o p - era in t h e history of A m e r i c a n m u s i c . lineup to start t h e game. F o r t h e last w e e k it w a s n o t i c e d pen; t h e lecture g a v e interesting s i d e Prospects for a winning team have t h a t our reticent George had s o m e - been greatly diminished with the posting l i g h t s on Bible study. T h e h e a d of of the six-weeks' marks. Only eleven A very detailed a n a l y s i s of t h e t h i n g up his s l e e v e . out of the thirty basketball men have H o p e ' s c o n s e r v a t o r y of m u s i c c o a x e d d r e a d e d disease w a s m a d e by the survived the cut. This is a black eye for s p e a k e r . Great c a r e h a s been t a k e n t h e s e c r e t out of our m o d e s t W i n n e b a Hope as she. as never before, needs a full in a t t e m p t s to cure t h i s a w f u l plague, g o a n , and learned that P r o f e s s o r Skilsquad to come o u t on t h e long end of but a s yet it is Incurable. Dr. P o p p e n ton had s e n t a c h e c k to George, prof. hard schedule. The hardest schedule described t h e h o s p i t a l s for l e p e r s viding him w i t h m e a n s to c o m e to ever drawn up a t Hope will have to be f o u n d in m a n y p a r t s of the world to- C h i c a g o to hear t h e s u i t e played. N o t played and the m e n will have to over. d a y and h e m a d e a n Interesting c o m - o n l y that, but Mr. La Mere w a s intro- come their scholastic difficulties If Hope parison b e t w e e n c o n d i t i o n s In Bible duced to .Conductor F r e d e r i c k Stock, Is to finish o u t of the cellar position. Two games have been added to the w h o consulted h i m as to t h e proper t i m e s and m o d e r n conditions. schedule: Jan. 5, Grand Rapids Wealthy t e m p o of the t h r e e m e l o d i e s and ——o — verv Florists, here; Jan. 14th, Olivet, here. H o w m a n y of o u r lives are f e v e r i s h "Wasn't that g r e a t ! " said t h e HOPE DESERVES A WINNING TEAM. w i t h t h e perpetual s e a r c h a f t e r n e w taciturn Indian. , Basketball men, get out of t h a t rut, AND things, w h e n t h e t h i n g s w e n o w h a v e It m a y not be k n o w n o u t s i d e of c o l - FIGHT!! I f I h a v e not b e g u n to be e x h a u s t e d . — l e g e circles that Mr. L a M e r e h a s r e — — — o P h i l l i p s Brooks. cently developed quite a penchant, f o r p a i n t i n g in oil ,and t h a t an art'st of g o w n are proud of t h e a c h i e v e m e n t s -oH e w h o l a u g h s last is s o m e t i m e s r e n o w n h a s p r o m i s e d t o g i v e h i m les- of our genial red A m e r i c a n . H e thrown

Last Friday evening the Home Volunt-isre had a very Interesting talk given t h e m by Marlnus Moget. His subject was: Catholic Mass. It was not only book knowledge that he gave, but he spoke f . o m experience and therefore had some first hand information. It was a talk, n o t to criticize the Catho'ic religion, but it was given for the pu.' pose of education. M.-. Moget used the blackboard to picture to us the altar, tabernacle, cross iJScl various vessels. He also showed the o-act position of the priest and his attc adants was very well described and Limotimes imitated. Mass Is a necessity In t h e Catholic church. The three main parts of t h e service are: (1) Offering: (2) Consecration; (3) Communion. Mr. Moget had Intended t o continue l i b talk by discussing certain theories, b u t t h e time t o close the meeting had como and we were dismissed after rethe denses—t. peating the Mlzpah .benediction.

AND

OP

morning

Indian, w h o is a senior at H o p e College.

vide an e v e n i n g of e n t e r t a i n m e n t for of t h a t cabinet w h i c h it to r e v o l u t i o n -

tion t h e f a c t that the tribal m e l o d i e s

WIT

m o t h e r , A u b r e y Piper h a s m o r e to Rev. J o h n W. V a n Zanten, D. D., s a y a b o u t w h a t isn't true t h a n a n y pastor of t h e Old First C h u r c h of o t h e r person in t h e world, h e Is a Brooklyn, N. Y., died Saturday n u i s a n c e to t h e F i s h e r h o u s e h o l d a n d

noticed t h e favorable c o m m e n t s on T h e o d o r e L u i d e n s a n d R u t h e r f o r d t h e "Suite P r i m e v a l , " c o m p o s e d by T h e play, Mrs. T u b b s of S h a n t y H u i z i n g a s a n g an a p p r o p r i a t e h y m n C h a r l e s Sanford Skilton, P r o f e s s o r of town, a t h r e e act c o m e d y - d r a m a , will w i t h Alfred Bentall p l a y i n g the a c - Organ, T h e o r y a n d History of Music f o r m e d c h u r c h pastors. H e g r a d u a t e d he p i v e n in C a r n e g i o Hall, Tuesday, c o m p a n i m e n t . at t h e University of K a n s a s L a w r e n c e , from t h e W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l s e m i n -

BAND SPONSORS PLAY

CAUSTIC

FISHER

E l i z a b e t h Murray, a s leader of the Y. W. m e e t i n g r e m i n d e d us t h a t if

w e w a n t t h e best s e r v i c e f r o m our T h e o u t w a r d signs of the v e r d a n c y bodies, t h e y m u s t a t least be given of our F r e s h m e n w e r e destroyed on a s Intelligent care as w e g i v e our N o v e m b e r 23 w h e n t h e green ties and m a c h i n e s . She g a v e us a f e w daily ribbons w e r e c r e m a t e d in a fire m a d e r u l e s that c a n be e x c e e d i n g l y h e l p f u l for t h a t purpose. T h e president of for any s t u d e n t . Here are a f e w : the S t u d e n t Council, Mr. Melvin LubRise e a r l y e n o u g h to h a v e a talk bers, ofTIclated in t h e c e r e m o n y a n d w i t h God; e x e r c i s e ; drink p l e n t y of g a v e t h e last rites to t h e d e c e a s e d . w a t e r ; eat your m e a l s w i t h o u t t h i n k T h e F r e s h m a n president, P a u l N e t ing a b o u t that d r e a d f u l test or anytinga, e x p r e s s e d t h e j o y f u l s e n t i m e n t t h i n g t h a t w o r r i e s y o u ; eat fruit beof his c l a s s m a t e s t h a t now t h e r e w a s t w e e n m e a l s ; walk e v e r y d a y , — i n t o to be no d i s t i n g u i s h i n g f e a t u r e for t h e country, not on t h e s t r e e t s . — a n d t h e F r e s h m e n . Mr. D e P r e e of the w a l k , not ride; f o r a cold, drink plenS o p h o m o r e c l a s s stated t h a t t h e f e e l t y of w a t e r and rest; r e m e m b e r that ing b e t w e e n t h e c l a s s e s w a s better sin brings s i c k n e s s and let your t h a n e v e r a n d that it s h o u l d r e m a i n t h i n k i n g be pure, y o u r ideals high. so. After this the ceremony Marie De Cook c o n t r i b u t e d to the w a s o v e r a n d the h a p p y mourners p l e a s u r e of the e v e n i n g by s i n g i n g a r u s h e d to t h e Gym to p a r t a k e of t h e solo. • usual cider and d o u g h n u t s .

s i o n of t h e a s s i g n e d topic. "If J e s u s The s e c o n d year m e n won in t h e o v •time period 20-19. Proof w a s given W o u l d C o m e to Our C a m p u s ? " Mr. Ooms handled the subject with t h e h a t t h e r e is a g o o d deal of v a l u a b l e

"Daddy

s o u l s " is of m o r e i m p o r t a n c e than t h e test c o m i n g off t o m o r r o w , or the

Y

In these days of rush and bustle, w e o f t e n f o r g e t t h a t t h e " h o m e of our

be"Y" f o u g h t w a s a basketball g a m e discus- t w e e n t h e F r o s h a n d S o p h s t h a t night.

c o m e for a period of t i m e to v e s t i g a t e our c a m p u s and t h e n

SUB- meeting

MANY LOVERS OF DRAMA SEE "THE SHOW-OFF'

JECT 0F

c o l l e g e m e n at t h e w e e k l y

meeting.

Number Eleven

Truly, t o w n a n d m a n y a " p a l e f a c e " Into t h e s h a d o w .

T h e f a c t t h a t his bluff w o r k e d puts h i m In g o o d g r a c e s w i t h t h e h o u s e h o l d and t h i n g s t u r n o u t w e l l a f t e r all. The two

m a i n c h a r a c t e r s In

the

play are Mrs. Fisher, w h o is a n ultra c o n s e r v a t i v e and a pessimist. D i a m e trically o p p o s e d to her Is A u b r e y , a happy-go-lucky bluff.

T h e play t e a c h -

e s t h a t w h i l e n e i t h e r c h a r a c t e r Is g o o d to f o l l o w y e t n e i t h e r is w i t h o u t use in t h e w o r l d . The h u m o r of t h e play w a s of a n e x c e p t i o n a l l y h i g h order, d u e in part to t h e e x c e l l e n t a c t i n g . J u d g i n g f r o m t h e size of t h e a u d i e n c e , t h i s n u m b e r w a s t h e best liked of a n y of t h e n u m b e r s In t h e course. T h e c a s t of t h e "Show-Off" w a s : C l a r a — D o r o t h y Slaytor. Mrs F i s h e r — M a r i e P a v e y . Amy—Sarah

Gllday.

Mr Fisher—-William Dorbln. J o e — L e e Crowe. A u b r e y P i p e r s - R i c h a r d Ranler, Mr. G i l l — W i l l i a m Dorbln.


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In the last two editions Edward Swartout is quarantined for could not be carried out very s u c c e s s preceeding this issue can be found scarlet fever. fully. the use s t u d e n t s m a k e of this section. J a y A. W a b e k e . '27 In referring to this incident of a f e w With the addition to his family came w e e k s ago w e realize that the topic the added necessity—Mr. Kleis is driving I believe that the seniors should under discussion concerned mainly a Ford sedan. w e a r derbies as t h e y have adopted that particular class under w h o s e s u p Our sympathy is extended to our fel- this year. They should wear t h e m a s ervision t h e A n c h o r , w a s conducted the who soon as possible in order t h a t that w e e k . W e do not w i s h to quar- low classmate, Fred Dunnewold. was called home for the burial of his f r e s h m e n would be able to recognize rel over "this slip" but rather, in brother. Rev. Arba J. Dunnewold of the the seniors better. making reference to the same, class of '18. T h e only objection I h a v e to w e a r s t r e n g t h e n t h e paper in the eyes of ing derbies is the fact that it Is not our f e l l o w students. As we all k n o w Sorosls and Sibylline held formal Inlaso pleasant when the ground is covthere are t i m e s w h e n our personal tlons In their rooms last Friday night. ered with a thick carpet of s n o w . disgusts play havoc w i t h o u r s e l v e s AJethea, Delphi and Dorian held "mock" The Juniors should wear c a p s durand s p u r u s to such m a l f e a s a n c e s , we Initiations and had "pot luck" suppers ing the entire year. They are t h e upalso know that there are t i m e s when at homes in town. per classmen and ought to be distin—o— such action can bring disdain to ir Be sure to write your friends promptly, guished from the s o p h o m o r e s . school paper and indirectly to the its nearly Xmas. Just a few more days As for the Sophomores, 1 think college Itself. in which to have that pre-Xmas quarrel t h e y should not wear colored enpa. The F o r u m has g i v e n the oppor- too. T h e y have not reached that high tunity to t h e school at large to restate of distinction. ceive t h e reactions of broadminded Buy your Xmas cards from the Y. W. C. T h e F r e s h m e n ought to w e a r their and f a r s l g h t e d Individuals on Inci- A. Hope Seal engraved in gold. Four green pots according to our tradition. dents of t h e previously stated nature. for a quarter. Let us keep the tradition and despise It g i v e s to those w h o are responLast week was "Judgment Day" in it not. I do not deem It n e c e s s a r y to sible for t h e Anchor a personal satisHope circles. War was nothing compared compel the F r e s h m e n to wear their faction t h a t there are t h o s e w h o read to those exams. green pots the entire year. Usually with Interest the c o n t e n t s of the m o s t Freshmen have learned the lespaper. Still more, it g i v e s us un opThe Student Direction committee met son of humiliation when T h a n k s g i v portunity to find out w h e t h e r or not with several students last week. As yet, ing Day h a s come. a student body a p p r o v e s or disap- no one is missing from our ranks. Kxceptions to w e a r i n g derbies, colproves of the material contained ored caps and green pots o u g h t to be. And —Do you know that probably you therein. It furnishes t h e constituency m a d e in regard to social e v e n i n g s or with proof that there are those in the were the object of discussion at the faculty meeting, Friday afternoon, on ac- holrtlays. student body who t a k e pride in the count of that deplorable twelve weeks' Marin us Moget, '27. school and its high ideals. grade. The A n c h o r is yours. 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c h a n g e s in its constitution." W e A m e r i c a n s should learn to reTelephone S528 a c t individually to art, resisting the h e r d . o p i n i o n s which are so easy and ko false. In order to be able to a c i <> ii <> » it <i <« it •„ 'iin 'n''41"'ii*'41''/1",»•',,• 'ii"»•,»,»f•, claim the good and reject the bad. Artistic taste Is iin Individual thing.

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