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ROPE COLLEGE, HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, W u u p u n XewH

Wednesday, December 9, 1925

HOPE FIVE HAS EASY TIME IN INITIAL GAME

The Waupun, Wis., high school •football t e a m cinched Its title to t h e C e n t r a l S t a t e c h a m p i o n s h i p by def e a t i n g the s t r o n g W a t e r t o w n t e a m P U O F . L U R K R n s DISCL'SSEK ASSO32-31, thus ending t h e s e a s o n with a CIATION ACTIVITIES 1.000 record and Justifyin a claim to PROSPECTS A R E BRIGHT FOR A t h e s t a t e title. WINNING TEAM THIS D e a r Mim Alumni E d i t o r : — YEAR Your rpquent f o r new* f r o m t h e The Hope cour t season opened last n h n n n l e o m e s to t h e s e c r e t a r y of the F r i d a y night with w h a t proved to be a l u m n i as-uoeation at a very Inopporlittle m o r e t h a n a p r a c t i c e tilt when t u n e time. I. e., at at t i m e -when t h e r e they d e f e a t e d Flrllck H a r d w a r e c o m Is no new* available. U n f o r t u n a t e l y pany of Grand R a p i d s by t h e onet h i s situation obtains m o r e or less SPEAK ON EDUCATIONAL WORK sided score of 58-15. Refore t h e ball r o n t l n u o u s l y so' I c a n n o t ask you to IN INDIA had been in play a m i n u t e Vanden wait until s o m e other time. T h e t r u t h Brink a n d Albers each caged a basr.f t h e m a t t e r is t h a t Hope Collepe Interest was a d d e d to t h e c h a p e l A l u m n i a r e very modest and m a k e exercises on Monday m o r n i n g when ket. A f t e r t h a t the p o i n t s c a m e thick ( v e r y effort to avoid 4 , appearinK in Uev. F a r r a r and Kev. Simeon Cornel- and fast with all t h e m e m b e r s of t h e p r i n t . " So f a r does this modesty c a r r y ius, missionaries to India, c o n d u c t e d team t a k i n g part in t h e scoring. The defensive machine worked m a n y of t h e m t h a t we fail to learn t h e services. equally as well as t h e offensive, for w h e r e t h e y are, to say n o t h i n g of T h e missionaries a r e s u p p o r t e d by the first half was n e a r l y over b e f o r e w h a t t h e y a r e doing. Consequently, t h e R e f o r m e d C h u r c h of A m e r i c a a n d Flrllk gained a field goal. The ball with your permission I would like to a r e in America f o r a s h o r t stay. was in t h e h a n d s of Hope men most quote in this letter a few items of R e v . F a r r a r opened t h e exercises of t h e t i m e and t h e r e were times news to t h e t h e a l u m n i Instead of with the r e a d i n g of S c r i p t u r e . He when b a s k e t s were m a d e in very from the alumni. c h o s e Rev. Cornelius' f a v o r i t e passage quick succession C h a p e l ; — I believe t h e r e is a large w h i c h was t h e p a r a b l e of t h e good SaThe Initial a p p e a r a n c e of the Hope n u m b e r of a l u m n i to w h o m It is still m a r i t a n t r a n s l a t e d into m o d e r n t i m e s . quintet was i n t e r e s t i n g for s e v e r a l a m a t t e r of news t h a t a q u a r t e r of a U p o n being Introduced, Rev. Cornelius reasons. It showed t h a t this y e a r ' s million dollar chapel ia to be erected d o n n e d his t u r b a n and t h e c u s t o m a r y on t h e college c a m p u s next y e a r ; t h a t w h i t e scarf worn by m i n i s t e r s in I n - team can very likely m e a s u r e up to last y e a r s aggregation. It also s h o w t h e c o r n e r stone will p e r h a p s be laid dia. His message consisted of a n a p ed t h a t t h e Hope t e a m has s o m e when Synod meets In Holland next preciation f o r t h e work t h a t is bes t r o n g offensive men. T h e t h r e e non.lune; t h a t all this is no idle d r e a m ing done t h r u t h e Hope High school because t h e following t a n g i b l e steps in India. He, himself, being a native letter men who played on t h e varsity for t h e first t i m e last F r i d a y w e r e t o w a r d t h e c o n s u m m a t i o n of t h e pro- c o n v e r t and a g r a d u a t e of t h e school, Japinga, Diephuis, and Damstra. ject have already been c o m p l e t e d . expressed a g e n u i n e p l e a s u r e in h a v T h e a r c h i t e c t ' s plans a r e completed. ing the o p o r t u n i t y of visiting its s u p - These men showed very good stuff. Diephuis is a hard fighter and D a m The site h a s been chosen. porters. Rev. Cornelius explained A gift of $50,000 h a s been received. s o m e of t h e recent c h a n g e s In t h e for- stra and J a p i n g a a r e good shots. T h e A gift of $25,000 h a s been received. eign school and stated t h a t e n c o u r a g - scoring was done by all of t h e men A promise of $20,000 f o r a p p u r - ing work wax being a c c o m p l i s h e d with J a p i n g a , Vanden B r i n k and Poppen leading. t e n a n c e s has been received. t h r u it. T h e visitors w e r e guests of The new u n i f o r m s a n d the band O t h e r g i f t s and promises a m o u n t - P r o f . Lubbers / d u r i n g t h e i r stay in were a d d i t i o n a l f e a t u r e s of t h e pering to $20,000 have been received. Holland. f o r m a n c e , while t h e A. D. D.'s also A l u m n i Chair of P h i l o s o p h y ; Still o received t h e i r s h a r e of notoriety. m o r e s t r a n g e is it t h a t to many CAMPI'S NEWS Summary: a l u m n i it seemfl to be a m a t t e r of Flrllk (15) Hope (58) n e w s t h a t t h e Alumni Assciutlon h a s Mildred R a m a k e r spent last S u n d a y Weiger R. F. t a k e n upon Itself the s u p p o r t of t h e a f t e r n o o n at the J a c k Schouten h o m e . Kleis Gross L. F. Lubbers c h a i r of philosophy. The executive o Miller Poppen C. committee of t h e Alumni Assclatlon Last S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n Mrs. WalSahlie R. G. la not a s k i n g the m e m b e r s to raise v voord gave a little tea p a r t y in honor Albers Carler Vanden Brink L. G. $50,000 e n d o w m e n t this year to s u p - of R u t h Gennel. Substitutions: Diephuis, J a p i n g a , p o r t this chair but we a r e a s k i n g 300 o Damstra; Field G o a l s — J a p i n g a 7, of t h e 1100 a l u m n i to pay $10 toward S a r a h Lacey was a guest at the dorVanden B r i n k 6, P o p p e n 5, Kleis 3, t h e s u p p o r t of this c h a i r t h i s year m i t o r y S u n d a y evening. L u b b e r s 3, D a m s t r a 2, Albers, Diepand to become m e m b e r s of t h e "living o endowment" which «hall continue Sue Diagt and Mr V a n d e r P.orgh huis, Miller 2, Sahlle 2. Carler 2. F r e e t h r o w s ; Kleis. Albers, J a p t h i s s u p p o r t in the coming years. If s p e n t S a t u r d a y in Grand R a p i d s Sue you a r e desirous of becoming a m e m - said Fhe went to do some s h o p p i n g . inga. Gross. Sahlie, Carler. R e f e r e e : Prlns, Holland. ber of t h i s select 300. will you no^ Maybe, and then again, m a y b e not. At send your n a m e and y o u r check to the a n y rate both seem to h a v e enjoyed In t h e * p r e l i m i n a r y two s q u a d s of t r e a s u r e r . P r o f . Clarence Kleis. E a s t t h e day. F r e s h m e n played. Those who g r a d u ated f r o m Holland high played t h e 15th street. Holland, Michigan. o Muz'.o pleased h e r a u d i e n c e very f o r e i g n e r s and beat t h e m 30-IS. T h e r e Addresses: A definition of news is was s o m e real b a s k e t b a l l played bet h a t It Is t h e u n u s u a l . If ever we m u c h the o t h e r night, p a r t i c u l a r l y the ushers. She gave t h e m s o m e t h i n g tween t h e two t e a m s but t h e Holland should h a v e a complete list of t h e corm o r e tan h e r music, her smiles per- boys worked t o g e t h e r better. Martin, rect a d d r e s s e s of all t h e a l u m n i it and Bekken h a p s , — . They h a v e n ' t c o m e down to Van R a a l t e , Klaasen would c o n s t i t u t e t h e biggest news e a r t h yet. went best f o r t h e Holland crew, while De P r e e and De Velder did best KCOOP t h a t any r e p o r t e r ever u n e a r t h o Out of these two T h e o t h e r day Mr. P.evelander sent for t h e o t h e r s . ed. Will you help us by s e n d i n g all a wink to Kay across several tables. t e a m s Schouten will m o s t likely get c h a n g e s of a d d r e s s t h a t come to your M a r g a r e t Boter caught it and R a y a w i n n i n g reserve s q u a d . a t t e n t i o n to Irwin J . Lubbers, 234 CoN a t t r e s s called it an " i n t e r c e p t e d I\imbla avenue, Holland, Michigan. pass." EXCHANGE And now Miss A l u m n i E d i t o r I reo S t u d e n t s a t W y o m i n g University reMrs. D u r f e e succeeded In g e t t i n g ali::es t h a t 1 have not compiled with cently selected t h e cowboy as r e p r e y o u r request. Let us hope t h a t these R a y X a t t r e s s to come to b r e a k f a s t one senting t h e i r ideal type of m a n h o o d . m o r n i n g by promising him she would " u n - n e w s y " items will loosen a flood tell him a good Joke. And while we'r^ of i n f o r m a t i o n coming f r o m t h e a l u m F r o m t h e old c a t a l o g u e of t h e Ohio t a l k l n a b o u t R a y anyway, "Do you ni t h a t will keep t h e a l u m n i column k n o w t h a t he e n j o y s sitting next to Wesleyan University It Is found t h a t In 1850 t h e estimated expenses for of t h e A n c h o r crowded for m o n t h s to t a l k a t i v e g i r l s ? " the year were $75. come. Everone knows t h a t N i c k Keizer Anonymously yours. a n d Ardean Van A r e n d o n k a r e e n g a g At Mt. Holyoke College, the a v e r a g e T h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e ed so p e r h a p s It doesn't r i g h t f u l l y be- study period seems to be less t h a n one • A l u m n i Association. l o n g In t h e c a m p u s news. No, t h e y h o u r a day, a l t h o u g h a few study as • o aren't engaged r e s p e c t f u l l y to t h e m u c h as seven or eight h o u r s a day. John D. Rockefeller, J r . , h a s given g r e a t e s t w o m a n In the w o r l d " and Over two million s t u d e n t s will $1,000,000 unconditionally, to two ne- to the " m o s t w o n d e r f u l m a n In t h e world." D e c e m b e r e n g a g e m e n t s a r e - p e a k E s p e r a n t o , t h e only universal gro schools, Hampton Institute and u n u s u a l but very Interesting. W e cer- l a n g u a g e in existence, within the T u s k e g e e Institute, acordlng to recent alnly wish the f o u r of t h e m all t h e course of two years In H u n g a r y , i Since announcements. happiness in the world. t h e L e a g u e of Nations gave t h e lan-

GROUP LEADERS AT BOYS MEET

NUMBER SEVENTY-ONE

ADDISON

FOREIGN WORKERS CONDUa CHAPEL

P r e s i d e t n — J o h n De Bell. Vice-Pres.—B. Shoemaker. Sec'y—O. B e v e l a n d e r . T r e a s . — J . Moedt. K. of A r c h . — C h e u n g . J a n i t o r — F . Campbell.

| E I G H T H O P E MEN S P E N D T H E W E E K - E N D IN LANSING

F r i d a y morning, N o v e m b e r 27, at 4 P. M., Ted Essebaggers, P a u l G a b h a r d , R o y Nattress, Dick Mallory, Hlenle Albers, P e t e r Van Es, Cubby D a m s t r a and Bob Ritchie, planted WINS t h e i r feet on the cold linoleum and h u r r i e d l y left for t h e Older Boys Conf e r e n c e a t Lansing.

APPLAUSE GREETS MUZIO'S SINGING CHARMING

PERSONALITY AUDIENCE

Claudia Muzlo's a p p e a r a n c e a t Carnegie Hall was a c o m p l e t e success. H e r c h a r m i n g personality won the a u d i e n c e and h e r m a s t e r f u l a r t i s t r y swayed t h e m 11. T h e s p o n t a n e o u s and prolonged a p p l a u s e of t h e listeners was evidence of t h e i r a p p r e c i a t i o n and t h e p r i m a d o n n a was genei'ous In her r e s p o n s e to t h e i r d e m a n d s . In a d d i tion to merely a bow and a smile, she favored t h e a u d i e n c e again and again with encores. A f t e r each g r o u p or a r i a , she was called back two or t h r e e times, and when t h e p r o g r a m was over, t h e listeners stayed in t h e i r places and a p p l a u d e d till a f t e r t h e a r t i s t h a d given five a d d i t i o n a l n u m bers. It. seemed too good to end. T h e p r o g r a m was composed of t h r e e a r i a s a n d t h r e e g r o u p s of s h o r t songs in Italian, F r e n c h and English. A f t e r t h e first aria, a b e a u t i f u l bouquet of roses was presented to t h e artist T h e p r o g r a m took an h o u r and a half, but Muzlo held t h e a t t e n t i o n of t h e a u d i e n c e so effectively with h e r a r t i s t r y a n d c h a r m t h a t t h e effect was t h a t of a short p r o g r a m . T h e a c c o m p a n i s t , Mr. Lurvey, was a n a c c o m p l i s h e d pianist and s u p ported t h e singer excellently. The a r t i s t s a n g t h e following n u m b e r s ; A r i a — R i t o r n a Vlncltor (Aida) Verdi Se tu rn'aml Pergolesl O del mio a m a t o ben y..Donaudy Deh vlni, non t a r d a r ( " F i g a r o " ) Mozart C o m e Sweet Morning Old F r e n c h A r r . By A. L. Mon J a r d i n Fourdraln Le coeur de m a mle..Jacques Dalcroze L ' h e u r e Dellcleuse Staub Aria—Vlfwl d ' a r t e ("Tosca')....Puccini T h e Little S h e p h e r d ' s Song Wintter Watts Were I a Star Burleigh A Memory R u d o l p h Ganz A Memory .....Rudolph Ganz T h e Cuckoo Lehmann A r i a — M i a Plcclrella ("Salvator Rosa") Gomez T h e piano used was a new concert g r a n d donated f o r t h e occasion by t h e Bush & L a n e P i a n o Co. T h e stage w a s nicely decorated by t h e courtesy of t h e S h a d y Lawn Florists. The L e c t u r e M a n a g e m e n t is t o be c o n g r a t u l a t e d f o r /bringing' Claudia Muzio to t h e college and city. It took f o r e s i g h t to believe such an artist could be brot here, but now it IK proven, and o t h e r s will follow. g u a g e official recognition. It h a s served a s a m e a n s of c o m m u n i c a t i o n bet w e e n E u r o p e and America over t h e radio. The l a n g u a g e is simple, a n d , because all t h e endings of v e r b s and a d j e c t i v e s a r e regular, is easy to m a s t e r . — T h e College Chronicle. o A novel m e t h o d of s u p p l y i n g news to t h e University of D u b u q u e "Blue a n d W h i t s , " h a s been passed by the* s t u d e n t body and will soon be put Into effect. E a c h organization on t h e c a m p u s will have to fill six inches of space In every issue of t h e p a p e r . If t h e organization falls to s u p p l y t h e m a t e r i a l , t h e r e will be a blank space with t h e n a m e of t h e s t u d e n t g r o u p over It. —Exchange.

During the m o r n i n g R i n s i n g bec a m e quite alive with y o u t h f u l Immigrants from various p a r t s of t h e s t a t e . Headquarter® of t h e Conf e r e n c e was a t t h e C h a m b e r of Comm e r c e building, and t h e boys w e r e assembled next door in t h e P r u d d e n A u d i t o r i u m , for the mas.-) meetings. General a r r a n g e m e n t s f o r sleeping and eating quarters were taken care of d u r i n g t h e m o r n i n g . A f t e r t h e s e t h e m e e t i n g was called to o r d e r and g o n e t h r o u g h , followed by t h e election of officers f o r t h e C o n f e r e n c e of 1925. Mr. Weserly of Detroit was elected pr es ident. Rev. Ted Evans, Detroit, proved a f a s c i n a t i n g m u s i c director, a n d led t h e fellows In s i n g i n g . Dr. W. G. Spencer, President of Hillsdale College. s p o k e on " S o u r c e s of P o w e r , " a n d by t h e use of a d i a g r a m Illustrated his point in a vivid way. T h e Discussion G r o u p L e a d e r s m e t t h r e e t i m e s to receive i n s t r u c t i o n s f r o m Mr MacCullough. State S t u d e n t Secret a r y . E a c h leader had a p p r o x i m a t e l y 25 boys, and these g r o u p s were appointed to hold t h e i r m e e t i n g s in t h e various C h u r c h e s of L a n s i n g . The churches provided l u n c h e o n s and d i n n e r s in a very s a t i s f a c t o r y way. T h e fiist discussion g r o u p w a s held directly a f t e r d i n n e r F r i d a y evening, t h e topic, "My W a y of L i f e . " F r i d a y evening a n o t h e r mass m e e t i n g was called and e n t e r t a i n e d by t h e R e o Motor Car Glee club. Mr. Albert E . R o b erts, Nat. Sec. f o r Town a n d County W o r k a d d r e s s e d t h e boys on t h e s u b ject, " T h e W a y s of L i f e . " H e stated t h a t of all t h e G r a m m a r school G r a d u a t e s only 5% go to High School a n d 2r/r to College. The saying. " H a v e laurels on y o u r brow, but do n o t browse on your l a u r e l s , " briefly expressed t h e keynote of his t h e m e . S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g a t 9 o'clock a general devotional m e e t i n g w a s called. At this meeting, Dr. C h a r l e s W . Gllkey of Chicago very distinctly presented to his a u d i e n c e a c o m p o s i t e picture of T h e J e s u s W a y , ' and t h a t t h e a n s w e r of T h e J e s u s W a y ' was to be found In the life of a n individual, not the t a n g i b l e fast rule, but t h e Intangible principle which may be t h e g o v e r n i n g power in t h a t Individual's life. At 10:30 t h e second DIscuslon Group meetings were held. This time t h e topic, "Jesus W a y ' p r e s e n t e d t h e o t h e r p h a s e of life. L u n c h e o n was served a t 12 M. In t h e early p a r t of the afternoon the Conference parade and d e m o n s t r a t i o n publicly set off t h e 2400 older boys with t h e i r regalia. S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n p r o p e r w a s ep^nt In recreation, and an exciting f o o t ball g a m e between Detroit H i g h and L a n s i n g High f u r n i s h e d co n sid erab le diversion f o r t h e boys. A h e a r t y dinn e r a p p e a s e d t h e a p p e t i t e s of all, and t h e third Discussion G r p u p m e t a*: 6:30 to review t h e two courses of life potslble a n d to choose t h e b e t t e r way. Hope m e n did not s t a y a f t e r t h e t h i r d Discussion Group, a s it was n e cessary t o catch a t r a i n early In t h e evening, but f r o m t h e g e n e r a l outlook, as has been expressed, t h e C o n f e r e n c e h a s been a success. Out of t h e colleges r e p r e s e n t e d , Hope h a d more t h a n t h e o t h e r s in number, exclusive of M.S.C. Jk. .*=%,


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n a m e is found in recognition for her poem, " W o r s h i p W i t h o u t E n d . " Twice before. Hope was represented In t h e s e yearly publications when In t h e volumes of and , 21- , 22, t h e n a m e of P e t e r H u g h De Vrles, Hope *22, Is found. Mr. DeVrles is now Ins t r u c t o r In English a t M. S. C. Below a r e printed two s a m p l e s of Mlas B r o c k m e i e r ' s work, f o r the first. s h e was a w a r d e d h o n o r a b l e m e n t i o n : %

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p r o p e r t y and t a m p e r i n g with s o m e one else's personal possessions, t h e n . . . . Wrt we certainly do not approve. Wo want a record for s c h o l a r s h i p and good s p o r t s m a n s h i p off t h e c a m p u s not only, but on the c a m p u s a s well. x ... . ,, „ W e do not like 4t h e sensation of beIng a s h a m e d of o u r own student . i .i« i* group. And t h o public opinion f o r bids t h e b e t r a y a l of t h e o f f e n d e r s to might ^ ... .. i t u i n r r • #-» Blows round my ears, and wheedles t h e authorities, t h e r e Is n o t h i n g to me to l e a p prevent the g r o u p f r o m expressing ItI n t o t h e s p a c i o u s air, and on its self vigorously on t h e m a t t e r , and wing's Impressing upon the m i s c r e a n t s t h a t . . . , . -.__ f Re borne a w a y . W h y do I hesitate, we do not s t a n d f o r t h a t tt y p e noi W h i l e all those little birds with joypleasantry. ous s w e e p Sail p a s t ? O God, 'tis this my sad soul PROPAGANDA stings That Times a r e at the c r o s s - r o a d s , — t h e t r e a t p a n a c e a is a world t r i b u n a l . In fiuch word's, we a r e r e m i n d e d , w a r n e d and bullied into considering t h e W o r l d Court. And it is all right, of course; the r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s at Washington will vote only as we wish t h e m to vote. So t h i s mass p r o p a g a n d a becomes t h e Inevitable. Someway t h e inescapable a d v e r t i s Ing t h a t Is given t h e Court r e m i n d s one of t h e sales-talk of brokers. W h e n they become unusually eloquent in trying to sell a "block," it is h l s h time t h a t t h e prospective Investor does some p r i v a t e Investigating. It Is a good axiom to r e m e m b e r t h a t " t h e d a n g e r Increases directly with t h e volume of sales-talk," s o m e w h a t like t h e failings of t h e , " g i f t - h o r s e . "

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" C o r k y " M ullcnbur g, ' 2 7 : — T h e kiss, a s used In t h i s country, can be put Into t h r e e classes, according to t h e i r n a t u r e . T h e kiss as a t o k e n of good-will and f r i e n d s h i p ; as a s p o r t o r pastime, or as a n expression of feeling and emotion. T h e r e is really n o t h i n g in t h e . first kind. In t h e second kind t h e r e is p e r h a p s a t e m p o r a r y pleasure but t h a t a l s j is ttoon f o r g o t t e n . In the last kin I t h e t i u e spirit of t h e kiss m a y be a p p r e ciated, at least so t h e a u t h o r i t i e s say. However, all h o p e to s o m e day experience this last type so why a t -

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Gracc Mc Carrol, '28:— " W h a t ' s In a kiss," You ask. A r a t h e r difficult question to a n s w e r w i t h o u t being h u m o r o u s . Yet a kiss is not m e a n t to be h u m o r o u s at a l l — quite t h e c o n t r a r y in f a c t . However , I hear t h a t some g i r l s think it only t h e correct t h i n g to kiss a man good nite, as p a y m e n t for h i s having t a k e n her out, or maybe a s a bribe f o r him to t a k e her out a g a i n . H u m p h ! W h a t a low-down t r i c k ! O t h e r people will never kill until t h e y fall in love. Then it o f t e n goes s o m e t h i n g to this effect: She a s k e d h e r lover, smilly, "If o n e can blend two sweet s o u n d s in h a r mony, tell me W h a t a l c h e m y can p a r t t h e m a f t e r ? So my life and t h i n e , - f a s t mingled, n o u g h t can rend a s u n d e r e v e r . " — Nay but bear t h e end. The lovers' lives, sometime thus wholly one Now singly such f o r — s e v e r a l c o u r s e s run As If each had survived t h e o t h e r ' s

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With t h e s h o u t i n g of the m o b and t h e booming of the band t h e b a s k e t ball season enters. P r o s p e c t s look bright for H o p e this year. T h e r e w e r e m a n y brilliant plays at F r i d a y ' s g a m e and then o u r eyes were dazzled by all t h e new s w e a t shirts. Some of t h e A. D. D's caused quite a stir T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n In t h e s e gorgeous o r a n g e death. blouses. T o g e t h e r with t h e first t e a m Yet, a s t h e in theirs, one would almost t h i n k one Oh, sad s t r a n g e t h i n g ! Wise man salth, is seeing "Mike and I k e . " T h e r e Is no new t h i n g u n d e r n e a t h t h e And now Cupid h a s been p u t t i n g sun. in some speedy work. Ardeen confesses o u t r i g h t to being a " P r a t e r Sweet- How early then, w e r e such sad t h i n g s begun! h e a r t . " while Clyde, t h e y say Is passW h a t ' o In a kiss. It all d e p e n d s on ing out t h e smokes. " S p i k " Kelser too. "t is r u m o r e d , h a s a d o r n e d s o m e one's the individual. o gown with his society pin. T h e most b e a u t i f u l words by p o p u " T h e play is on" also. T h e D r a m a Class a f t e r g r e a t deliberation h a s lar vote a r e : Melody, Hope, Nobility, Innocence, chosen Its a n n u a l production and t h e c h a r a c t e r s f o r it. This will be staged Eloquence, Purity, Love, Joy, Modess o m e t i m e In J a n u a r y . The goose is ty, Splendor, H a r m o n y , Divine, Hongoing to h a n g high a r o u n d t h e c a m - or, Virtue, Liberty. Happiness, H'ea-

T h e opinions t h a t most of us can f o r m c o n c e r n i n g t h e World Court will be i m m a t u r e . And It Is a t r u t h , Indeed, t h a t a fair opinion can not be reached when we a r e s u b j e c t e d to Intensive a d v e r t i s i n g c a m p a i g n s . In deciding this World Court Issue, most of u-^ would do well to follow t h e cue of Congress. But if we m u s t dlcide t h ' s p r o p a g a n d a should he valued only a t Its w o r t h . pus f o r a while.

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t e m p t a definition. universe In Itself, and all t h e p h e n ^est' omena of civilization find expression I R^ze upon with awe. The good upon Its c a m p u s . Last week we h id e a r t h bleat — D i c k Mallory. 'SB:— a n illustration of the bullying of the By t h e divine C r e a t o r now aspires W h e n I consider my c o n t e m p o r a r few by t h e m a n y , this week we h a v e To worship H i m ; a n d a s s h e s p e a k s ies' experience a m i knowledge, v/nich 1161 a n instance of t h e m i s d e m e a n o r of a praise. qualifies t h e m a s a u t h o r i t i e s in t h e few b r i n g i n g t r o u b l e to t h e Ifirge Sweet Incense f r o m a t h o u s a n d f r a science of osculation. I hesitate to g r o u p . If s o m e one should d e m a n d g i a n t flowers a d d my h u m b l e testimony. No, I our reasons f o r a t t e n d i n g college we H o a t s In t h e a i r . Then does my don't Intend to draw on personal exwould say knowledge, social pleasp r a y e r ascend, perience a s t h a t might ge construed ures, a good t i m e and a desire to bet- T h a t God. who likewise g l a d d e n s all to be i n c r i m i n a t i n g evidtnco*. N? r niy llay8 t e r ourselves. Then why do we toldo l wish to ( r e i t ' h i suhioc*. pbil'.ssent in u n r e m i t t i n g e r a t e such an anti-social a t t i t u d e on ^ i t h , ' l e s s l n ^ : ' ophlcaily, or psy. hoi ••w1 ^ o l •.•ven showers. t h e part of a few, who Instead of cobiologically. Instead I t b l n k a little o p e r a t i n g with o u r instructors, de- Receive my meed of worship w i t h o u t c o m m o n sense r e a s o n i n g would b e end. liberately h i n d e r t h e work of the p r e f e r r a b l e . My bibliography consists —Lois G e r t r u d e B r o c k m e i r . school, a n d t h r o w a m o n k e y w r e n c h of t h e writings of Doris B l a k e by B A F F L E D T O F I G H T B E T T E R in the m a c h i n e r y of a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ? courtesy of t h e Deane. W e all a p p r e c i a t e a Joke and a good ^ ' " y haughty In t h e first place, a kiss is like a n y n a t u r e d p r a n k brings a smile to t h e height t h i n g else, t h e more you put into H. face of t h e Instructor as well a s t h e l ' s t r u g g l i n g with great dilficulty t h e m o r e you will derive. Also, thor«» pupil. But when t h e joke t a k e s t h e f o r m of Ill-natured bolshevlsm, w h e n ^

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letters In full. But 1 m a y p e r h a p s f a t h e r to be sorted, or If you feel t h a t w i t h o u t d i s h o n o r r e p r o d u c e one of you must not overtax his love, a d these letters, a n d m y a n s w e r to It, dress t h e m to m e in y o u r own pretty i n a s m u c h a s t h e d a t e is now a few h a n d . weeks ago, and t h e s o f t e n i n g h a n d of "And now let us talk as one h e a r t t i m e h a s woven Its roser.—how shall to a n o t h e r . R e m e m b e r always t h a t if I put I t ? — t h e m e l l o w haze of r e m l n - a ^ j , i is to have your h e a r t s h e m u s t Iscences h a s — w h a t I m e a n Is t h a t t h e he w o r t h y of you. W h e n you look at y d u n g m a n h a s gone back to w o r k y . 0 w n b r i g h t Innocent face In t h e and is all right a g a i n . T h e r e a r e so m i r r o r , resolve t h a t you will give m a n y y o u n g men In our college a t y h a n d to no girl who is not just present w h o a r e on t h e verge of f a l l - a s i n n o c e n t as you a r e a n d no b r i g h t Ing t h a t I p r i n t t h e s e letters a s a e i . t h a n yourself. So t h a t you m u s t w a r n i n g . Heed it y o u n g m e n ! fln(j out how innocent s h e is. flr8t 0 U l

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t h e r e c i p i e n t of very m a r k e d a t t e n - t h a t h e r mind is w o r t h y of your own. he never stops t h e m a c h i n e . tlon f r o m a y o u n g lady. She h a s been So m a n y men today a r e led astray b> the merely superficial g r a c e s and a t i a l l l n g a t the h o u s e a l m o s t every even t r a c t i o n s of girls w h o In reality posIng, a n d has taken m e out in h e r sess no m e n t a l e q u i p m e n t a t all. car, a n d Invited m e to c o n c e r t s a n d Many a m a n is bitterly disillusioned the theatre. On t h e s e l a t t e r oca f t e r m a r r i a g e when he realizes t h a t casions I have Insisted on t a k i n g my his wife c a n n o t solve a q u a d r a t i c f a t h e r with me, a n d h a v e tried as f a r equation, a n d t h a t he Is compelled to a s possible to p r e v e n t her f r o m sayspend all his days with a w o m a n w h o ing a n y t h i n g to m e which would be does not know t h a t x s q u a r e d plus unfit f o r f a t h e r to hear. But my 2xy plus y s q u a r e d Is t h e s a m e thing, position has b e c o m e a very difficult or, I t h i n k nearly t h e s a m e thing, as one. I do not t h i n k it light to a c c e p t r i *u » x plus y squared, her p r e s e n t s when 1 cannot4 feel t h a t " N o r should t h e simple domestic my h e a r t is hers. Yesterday s h e s e n t to my house a b e a u t l f u b o u q u e t o t viitueH be neglected. If a girl desires to woo you, b e f o r e allowing her to A m e r i c a n B e a u t y roses addressed to ( ) f press h e r suit, a s k h e r if s h e knows me, a n d a magnificent b u n c h T i m o t h y Hay f o r f a t h e K 1 do not how to press yours. If she can, let k n o w n w h a t to say. Would it be r i S h t J " f o r f a t h e r to k e e p all this v a l u a b l e I see 1 h a v e w r i t t e n quite as m u c h h a y ? 1 have confided fully In f a t h e r , 1 " « d for this c o l u m n . Won t you a n d we have discussed t h e question of w r i t e again, just a s before, d e a r boy? " P e t e r Wesslink." presents. He t h i n k s t h a t t h e r e a r e -os o m e t h a t we can k e e p with p r o p r i e ty. a n d o t h e r s t h a t a sense of delicacy f o r b i d s us to r e t a i n . He himself Is going to sort out t h e presents into t h e two classes. H e t h i n k s t h a t a s f a r as he can see, t h e Hay is in Class 1*. Mrs D u r f e e h a s a t last picked h e r "I enclose a dollar, because 1 d o All-Hope football t e a m for 1925. She not t h i n k It r i g h t to ask you to give h a s been engaged in this task for all y o u r v a l u a b l e t i m e and >oui best g o m e ^ m e u m ] had m a n y good c a n t h o u g h t without giving >ou back choose f r o m . She m a k e s w h a t it is w o r t h . " h e i . ' c h o i c e o n t h e following qualities; On receipt of t h i s I w r o t e back at t } i d e . 8 t e i ) p i n g t passing the buck, h u d once a p r i v a t e a n d confidential let^ kicking ter w h i c h 1 p r i n t e d and h a v e s e n t to Gauche extremlte—Harold Grange

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Indeed, so highly did Stevenson esteem t h e c h a t t e r i n g w o m e n t h a t he put t h e ability to be a good gossip as t h e first requisite in t h e desirable qualities in a good wife. K the a v e r a g e couple waited for t h e man to start s o m e t h i n g t h e r e would be silence between t h e m so t h i c k t h a t you could cut it with a knife. The w o m a n k n o w s this a n d she k n o w s t h a t s h e h a s to pay f o r her d i n n e r or her t h e a t e r t i c k e t with her bright c h a t t e r . T h e r e f o r e s h e t a l k s in-

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t h ^ m o s t ^ w o m e n ' s t a l k is a s m e a n babbling of a shallow - o o x . i.ut even so It it Is is a pleasant, c h e e r f u l s o u n d . Nobody would w a n t to listen continually to a p r o f o u n d and intellectual discourse. Do women talk too m u c h ? I t h i n u not. And of t h i s i a m sure, t h a t when we come to die t h e t h i n g s t h a t we will regret most a r e not t h e t h i n g s w ; have said, but t h e t h i n g s we h a v e left u n s a i d — t h e loving word we might i i a v p spoken, t h e g r a t i t u d e we m i g h t have voiced, t h e t r i b u t e of a p p r e c l a tlon we m i g h t have paid, t h e message of hope a n d e n c o u r a g e m e n t t h a t w e might have given and did not. T h e Sibylline L i t e r a r y Society. MILESTOXK

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Room A-Plenty. Monday, 3 A. M.

Dear Portia, J u s t got In and feel like writing a Oauche garde—Franklin Cappon few lines b e f o r e s t u d y i n g t o d a y ' s lesHinkamp. sons. Drink Book Store gave s a m p l e M i l l l e u — J o h n n i e N y k e r k (('apt.) bottles of ink to t h e s t u d e n t s . I got Droit g a r d e — S p e e d b o a t S l a u g h t e r . t h r e e bottles s e n d i n g two n e i g h b o r Droit moufle—Harm Bloemers, kids In to get t h e two e x t r a f o r m e . (Klcke). So now I won't write w i t h pencil f o r . Droit e x t r e m l t e — S t r e t c h Van Zyl. some time. Loger d o s — E . P l u s Brockmeler. By t h e way, you don't have to s e n d Geerlinge, me t h e p h o t o g r a p h I gave you when (chaperon.) 1 left because Matt P e e l e n says only A m p l e d o s — J a y W a l k e r W a b e k e . gloEcy p r i n t s will do f o r t h e A n n u a l . > D r o i t d e m l d o s — A r d e a n Van ArenAin't t h a t h e c k ? I r e m e m b e r you don ( c h a p e r o n ) . said my h a i r looked glossy on t h a t picture but Matt s a y s t h a t Isn't sufflc l ' n t LO I'll write to t h e p h o t o g r a p h e r . H. G.ff " W h a t t i m e Is i t ? " Must elbse f o r t h e l a n d l a d y Is stokM, B.: " T e n t o " 4, ing t h e "coal c o n s u m e r . " H. G.: Ten to w h a t ? " Love f r o m , B.; " T h e n to y o u r own bus!"Your Beswick."

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Dr.W.E.MeanweU's Inter-collegiate

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12 East 8th St.

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Get a Real Haircut in a Real Shop

Warm Friend Tavern Barber Shop

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Coats and Dresses Hosiery, Corduroy, Quilted Robes etc.

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D R . DAVIDSON W I L L S P K A K TO .. T H E HOME VOLUNTEERS T h e H o m e V o l u n t e e r s will h a v e a w o n d e r f u l t r e a t t h i s coming F r i d a y , Dec. 11, when t h e Rev. Mr. Davidson, p a s t o r of Hope c h u r c h will s p e a k to

FINE PIANOS -AND-

Victor and Brunswick Records —at t h e -

MEYER MUSIC HOUSE 17 W. 8th St. Pianos a n d Viclrolat r e n t e d at r e a s o n a b l e prioet.

Quality

Shoe Repairing—That's

them. h ^ ' T h e Volunteers a r e very f o r t u n a t e to secure this wonderful preacher, and they look f o r w a r d to a very profit a b l e h o u r . T h e mes s ages of Dr. Davidson a r e greatly educational and Inspirational. T h e y o u n g men p r e p a r ing f o r christian and social service welcome t h e local p r e a c h e r s to s p e a k c o n c e r n i n g t h e p r o b l e m s of c h r i s t i a n

Our Business

13 E, 8iti St.

WE CALL AND DELIVER

Restaurant

72 E a s t E i g h t h St. "A Real Good Place to Eat."

L u n c h e s put u p .

4YOUR WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR WORK Get P r o m p t Attention at 14 East 8th St.

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" T h e C h u r c h and t h e P e w " was t h e topic for T h u r s d a y , Dec. 3. Deivi Xettlnga led t h e discussion. A f t e r a season of s e n t e n c e p r a y e r s Harriet Vanden Bush r e a d Colosslans 1. The leader s p o k e of t h e church a s a sacred institution. built on Christ and his principles and inspiring t h e people by its spirit of love and sacrifice but the c h u r c h Is losing its Influence. These causes were listed on a b l a c k - b o a r d . To forget God, is the s pir it of t h e age. Material prosperity causes men to feel t h e y have no time or need for c h u r c h worship. Many r e m a i n at h o m e and listen to a s e r m o n over t h e radio w h e r e they miss t h e spiritual a t m o s p h e r e of c h u r c h and of Christian fellowship. The Insincerity, aloofness, inconsistency and u n f r i e n d ly spirit of t h o s e within t h e c h u r c h d r i v e away t h o s e who might o t h e r wise w o r s h i p t h e r e . 62 p e r cent of t h e people in the United States a r e not afffliated with a n y church and with m a n y m e m b e r s going has become a m e r e habit. P a s t o r s often receive low s a l a r i e s which prevent t h e m f r o m p u t t i n g t h e i r best efforts on religious duties and o f t e n people expect more of t h e minister socially t h a n spiritually. Then too, t h e c h u r c h

WHEN YOU W A N T T H E FINEST IN

Ice Cream, Candies, Fruits and Kuts,come to A. PATSY FABIANO 26 West E i g h t h S t r e e t

is selfishly d e n o m i n a t i o n a l and intolerant. People a r e not reverent as they should be in t h e c h u r c h and do not a t t e n d because of a h e a r t f e l t

MEN'S S T R A P W A T C H E S

need. The president stated it w a s encouraging to note t h a t t h e people, not the c h u r c h or t h e minister, w e r e criticised most and stressed t h e necessity of sincerity of all t h e girls w h o

ELGINS, GRUENS.

LA VINAS,

BULOVAS

were c h u r c h m e m b e r s . The Y. W. C. A. was invited to t h o nth a n n i v e r s a r y of t h e Blue T r i a n g l e Girls at t h e Holland high school,

$15.00 to $75.00

Geo. H. Huizenga & Co

Tuesday, Dec. 8.

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Opp. W a r m Friend T a v e r n >

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REPAIRING

We also Repair Rnbbers 230 River Ave.

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All Work Guaranteed

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R e m e m b e r , w e a r e Headqnaiters for Xmas Ties. A l s o a v e r y d e s i r a b l e gift is a tie and sox to match, H r a c t i v e l y b o x e d . O r give him a Muffler, Sox, Shirt, H a n Ikarchiefs. I g t o p in a n d 'ook over our Xmas selections.

J. J. RUTGERS CO. The Xmas Store

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$25.00

WOOL

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$35.00

P. S. BOTER & CO. SHOES FOR THE W H O L E FAMILY

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PETER A. SELLES, Jeweler

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Green Mill Cafe

Vleck Hall. H a r r y Grond led the r e g u l a r meeting of Dec. 4. T h e topic f o r consideration was a vital one, " T h e need of individual p r a y e r . " All present at the meeting realized t h e necessity of a deeper p r a y e r life for a g r e a t e r service. Many h e a r t to heart t a l k s a r e given d u r i n g each meeting. A special request is asked for fill m e m b e r s to a t t e n d the r e g u l a r meetings.

Ready Dishes, Hot & Cold for Busy Patrons

Laughlin's

Some words have an agreeable connotation: One of these is "dinner"— especially when etrn at the Green Mill, CLEANLINESS, SERVICE, QUALITY

work. T h e organization extends a h e a r t y invitation to all s t u d e n t s to join with t h e m at t h e i r next regular meeting, on Friday. Dec. 11. a t 5 P. M. T h e meetings a r e held in t h e Volunteer a s s e m bly room In t h e basement of Van

Dick" the Shoe Doctor ELEC. SHOE HOSPITAL D. Schaftencsr. Prop. Phone 5323

Cireen Mill Cafe

" H e who h a s the c h a n c e should work mighty w o r k s b e f o r e he die; t h i s Is the best m e m o r i a l . " T h i s was t h e c h a l l e n g i n g m o t t o Fred Olert t h r e w out in the " Y " meeting of Dec. 1, when he led on t h e topic " T h e coin t h a t rings t r u e . " Fred described t h e kind of a m a n who will be of service to t h e world. A real m a n . he said, h a s c h a r a c t e r , rellg'on, knowledge and an abiding a p preciation of t h e big t h i n g s in life. In the c o u r s e of t h e meeting, t h e following Illustration was used to show the point of t h e topic. A g r o u p o f ' s t u d e n t s g a t h e r e d t o g e t h e r at W e s t Point f o r a conference. During t h e course of t h e c o n f e r e n c e some young fellow asked, " W h a t is Christianity a n y h o w ? " " C h r i s t i a n i t y " , said a n o t h e r , "Why that's Oscar Wcatover." T h e meeting closed with this question. "Am I and Christianity eynonomous t e r m s 9 "

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College Inn STUDENTS' FOREMOST EATING PLACE" Studentry are a discriminating clientele. It is harder to keep patrons than to get them. Try us and see how we do it. C. E. PATTERSON, Prop.

Corner College Avenue and Tenth Street Malted Milks 15c. We have Candy in Boxes and Bulk. Also big line of Bars.

Lindeborg's Students Drug Store 5 4 E. 8th St.

ELENBAAS & FORTNEY The premier barbers of Holland. O L l_ I E S

In the rear, at

BULK

BRICK

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

FROST

Phone 2212

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OR D i s t i n c t i v e S t a t i o n e r y , U n i q u e P r o g r a m s a n d M e n u s , or F i n e P a p e r s , t h e H o l l a n d P r i n t i n g Co. c a n serve y o u b e s t . Holland's Finest Printers

210 College Avenue

JACK BLUE is able to serve you better because he is making your satisfaction his concern.

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