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H o p e College, H o l l a n d , Michigan. D e c . 15, 1926.

HUSKIES WIN IN FIRST COURT GAME 31-27

LOCAL PASTOR GIVES TALK TO T

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The happiest time of the year is again a t hand. It is m a d e happy in nuyiy ways. Friends give gifts to friends and receive them in return. Increasing n u m b e r ^ give gifts to the needy without expecting anything in return. Itellow students, we are especially gifted in that w e can moke others happy without any financial outlay. Our presence in the family circle, where we have been greatly missed for some time, Is t h e source vf greatest happiness to those we love. It is the wish of the staff t h a t yours may be a season full of happiness, both to yourself and to those friends with whom you will associate in the coming weeks. We know there will be no sadness of farewell when we depart on Friday noon, and we hope there may b*i no cloud of sadness or sorrow to d a r k en the sunshine of your days, till we meet again when the the new year is young and all our New Year's resolutions have been broken.

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vlMting team showed up well in the iH ^ epoch-making age," said Mr. first half, displaying ability to cage a Masseilnk, "and over HOO.OOO studn u m b e r of long .fthutft. 'Tbe W ex- e n t s attending universities." He . ' \ * '• '' i * i 1 related how men were denying the perienced Hope squad came back , . . 4» « virgin birth, the death, and the res4. strong in the last half arfd -ftatfe t h e i * • r r urrection of Jesus. Going f u r t h e r he c/ Jwd a taste of the lir^tflU^of basketm play i ' .when \ . u ' , ' ' 4they u n „ ui* ball that *u they will hit HftW some people refused to believe an,, that beav their stride. Ilup.-V leftWshiwo.l lara.. i l " e , s o n : l 1 , l e v " M 0,1 n d l,<>11 , u e n 1,,nKr ( o n H l l l e i e d " " ' of cxperienc? only Klies, Jam.lnKa ,having . . . . S together ' " I n view of these criticisms, most of played and Martin Aiu'. UM i. them made by men who are on the before. . . . . . wrong side of every t n n progressive Numerous substitu\lo f iis "l;ept t h e program, t h e r e will be nothing 'eft game fast and IntenMtlhtf; ,*eMpVchiHy -of the Bible," said the local pistor. 1Il!,

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•••'ncludlne r e m a r k s .m-luded the minister's liiioi.sn-r « duty, iiui>, which >\ iiii ii wi «« s.1 to n» unfold • and -to. explain the. contents of the f a t h e r than to defend it. To the 'Y' men he left this t h o u g h t : Study the Bible prayerfully with an open

r i s e r s and.cinched ^ ' \ . • V\ '.V ^vVV* • % H.»pe-: wH6.at.tfie . W ^ e t wlt^n Haga, a f o r m e r Nfuskegoji statt* dropped in a long shot and W intera added t.wp. Kle.v.ej'ing. and ,Haga followed with two short shots, Haga dribbling down the middle of the directly under the basket. Klevering flTr?fc6a uskpg*in S rfnsifiCTg ift wliT h rftTd-cou: t shot. Hope's style of play was a short passing game. The MIHkegon team displayed a tight defense and the Hope forwards were finding it h a r d to break through. Japinga was ihe first man to turn the trick with

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a .short shot. Russ followed with an other goal almost in the same breath ( ook brought H o p e s total to six with a long shot from mid-court. Winter s and McDonald each add one- for Mushegon. Japinga again found the basLet for another two pointer, but Fisher evened .things with a l o n g . h e a v e from side court. Van I ^ n t o cashed in on- a foul shot as the half closed Hope started the second half with a rush when 1)3 Young,. I'rakken, and Martin found the tyoop, De Pree adding a foul. Klevering was equal to the 1 ocussion and dropped In two goals, Hlnken following with two more. The Muskegon team seemed possessed with the ability to cage long shots at will, Hinken, Klevering and Haga etarrlng. C o a J i tichoirten sent in Cook and Van Lome to replace P r a k k e n and De Young. These two combinations are bolh gieeo hut they showed u). well in their initial test. Kleis and Van Lente. b r o u g h t Hope's total up to twenty-two. Kleis did not hit Jv.s stride, having not as yet fully recovercd from his recent Illness. Klles added one by the fdul route 1 ''arid , , , ,, r things looked rosy for Hope with

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Fi-esident—Thomas Ten Hoeve; VicePrtjidcnt—Lester Bossard; Secretary, Haroid Hesaellnk; Treasurer-George Lov/is; K. of A.—Nelson Doak; Janitor— Hairy Lemmen. KAMPUS KALENDAR ^iiesday-Those w h o w e r e ^ chapel e e A M a two ;' n ^ ^ r i ^ p ^ ^ > ; P P yfiri b y S a r a h L a c e y and Mr.rjorie Du Mez. w e d n ^ y . ^ ^ , s t u d e n t s fell o n

live i.-lnut.s to play but Winters and l c y slci ewalks. Van Vleck initiated its Hlnken put the game on'ice, with two nc W Inmates after the basketball game. goals. .Japinga brought his total tor This organization often stages Roquefort the evening, to six with two clean cheese parties. Roquefort cheese Is of a long shots. Haga closed the g .me 1 wlth " f"" ' h e final score being 31.-27. . ' r'J' ' Hopo played good basketball and v th a bit more seasoning and fewer ineligibilities should produre u . w i n n „ t' . ' was the If ing t am. For Hope Japinga

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G. R. CHURCHES TO GIVE HOPE COLLEGE PROGRAM

TH*i SEASON'S TIDINGS

"The Bible Under F i r e " was the n a m e given tu u fc./ceful address deUvered by the Key. 'Mr. Masselink, " T J - i M u i t o r of the Fourteenth Street K. .1APINGA BRKAKS T l f R m ^ j l r h r i s t i a n Heformed Church, before the men of the college 4 Y' on the eveST KONG I>RFENKK FOR ning of Dfu-, 7th. A J a r g p number of I a w k n ^ivc • men took advantage of the opportuniI ty to hear him. The Hope varsity basketball team After commenting on the fine dropped the^first game o£ the season Christian atmosphere on Mope's cam1„ the flWt Mu. ? l^<in'Y T r l K ^ - l H , o plun(.p(1 l n t o h l g suhJ(>ct, Thls

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On Thursday evening, Dec. 16th, a Hope College program will be given In the Central High school auditorium at Grand Rapids. The program is being sponsored by the Bands of various Grand Rapids Reformed churches, co-operating under the direction of Rev. Gerard M. Pernis, for the purpose of raising funds to put the Hope College Band on a sound financial basis. The Men's Glee Club, Girls Glee Club, Hope College Orchestra and Hope College Trumpeters, will all have part In this program, which will also consist of readings and music by the Grand Rapids Church Band. We are especially appreciative of the fact that outside organizations a r e taking interest in the Hope College Band, and of the co-operation of the other musical organizations of the ( ollege to m a k e this rprogram sue. . .. . ... cessful. With a spirit such as this, no organization can fall and we hope to see the Hope College Band definitely organized, with the men all In uniform before the end of the year. W h y not? —

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RUSS JAPINGA WILL LEAD HOPE FOOTBALL SQUAD IS E L E C T E D C A I T A I N AT SOCIAL GATHERING O P FOOTBALL MEN At a stag held Thursday evening by the football men Russell J a p i n g a was elected captain of Hope's football squad during the season of 1927. This choice of the leather pushers Is a very happy one, as the general opin1"" i« that Russ will be well able to pilot his team through the heavy schedule arranged for next year. Russ h a s played consistent football for Hope the past three years and h a s developed into a tower of strength In the backfield. The rangy fullback is known and feared by all opponents for the powerful punts he is able to , . ^et off in most any circumstance. During the past season he has distinguished himself by outpunting every one of his opponents by wide margins. The social feature of the evening was furnished by several speakers. Professor Lampen enlarged on t h e phase of greater co-operation between

the facuH ASSOCIATION DELEGATES y a n ( 1 t h e athletic d e p a r t TO ATTEND STUDENT ment. It has been a long-felt need that there 8hould be a CONFERENCE. MILWAUKEE greater spirit of working together between these two forces, and Mr. Lampen gave The "National Student Conferassurances t h a t this would be b r o u g h t ence" to be held at Milwaukee, Dec. about in the f u t u r e . 28 to Jan. 1, is near at h a n i . In fact o n

Ueorse ' • e m a l n f - reglstra°amSOn' alUmnU8 ^ ' " v ,, we &lltyour at. ^ a review of the coach's w o r k : kner suggested t h a t this get-together tention to it, more closely, at this be made an a n n u a l a f f a i r , to^be spontime. sored by various organizations in turn, The doubt that was prevalent in and so increase the spirit of m u t u a l t ie m n ' l d s of some, as to the sound- interest between athletics and other ness of nhsmes or nf college colleire life - the - conference, comparing e B It pnases lire. with the Evanston and similar conferCoach Schouten gave a brief reences of last and previous years, has view nnd summnrv nf thp fnnthnii stated t h a t on the face o l)een r e m o v e d The commlttee after in stated t h a t on the face of jnvpBtifrntJnn ^ nrnnAr It seemed like a poor season f o r , , i M ^ • s * t* f rn r ^ * decided to ^ i s t e r H o p e f b u t u p o n a n a l y s i 8 o£ t h e v?lr. possible, our full quota of ten dele- i o u s g a m e s m i l c h m a t e r i a l f o r e n .

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couragement was found. In regard to total of yardage gained, as well as in several other particulars of t h e game. It was found t h a t Hope had showed up better t h a n all her opponents, excepting Albion, and .with t h a t powerful team we r a n k as close second. Tonight the football men will hold a banquet at the Holland Exchange Club, at which time fifteen new men will receive the coveted prize for a year's playing, in the form of a large letter H. Are you ready to recommend and T h e men will keep In mind t h a t 8 h o w t h a t J e s u s C h r l s t is f r o m ever " , schedule will be a hard t 1 lasting to everyiastin,,'" the solution to > e a r s schedule will be a hard every moral and spiritual problem? one. Three men of the Varsity have ,1uyt!d t h e l r , a s t footbu11 for Ho e ,rhen P ' ' c o m e on 'to Milwaukee d u r i n g ' and these holes will have to be filled the Holidays. F o r f u r t h e r Information by the men who are now here, ^Ince see any Association leader. with our entrance Into the M. I. A. A. —William Ooros and adoption of the f r e s h m e n ruling no first year men will be allowed to

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P a r t l c l p a t e in intercollegiate contests. Egbert Fell, the retiring captain, presided at the meeting. oCHEMISTRY CHIMES The Hope Chemical society convened l n t h e chemistry lecture room Wednesday evening. A formal program dealing with subjects relative to chemUtry was followed b y a revlew of nom_ onclature T h e f o l l o w l n g program wm pre8ente(j. T ( : ) o l s o f t h e C h e m l c f t l Engineer: Fluid Measuring Devices Roy Rremer The Importance of the Discovery of IIllnlum With Reference to the PerIodic Table Lee DePree

Lloyd KollMi^was61™Lowell 'to g We a "con- o f At 1h1e d a y b e f o r e t h e a n n u a I e l e c t I o n - r e p l a c e t h e 0 , 3 8 t a f f w l t h t h e b e s ; l n - ^ r l b u t t uo Mo n ^s 1 0 C h " m t o t r r d ^ ^ art with Martha Barkema nominations by petition shall be ning of the second semester." ^nemisiry •• 7 ' m* T^nrtrt«ma William Bonnema Friday—We are sorry to announce that Posted on the morning of election The annual meeting of the AssocKAt a previous meeting Roy Bremer, Dick Vander Kolk Is quite seriously 111 day. tion will be held this year during the a n ( i Stanley Kllenheksel were invited with blood poisoning. The following a m e n d m e n t regard- first week a f t e r the holiday season, into the membership of the socfety. ; ' v ; • .• •


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Within the last week there has again occurred t h a t most, despicable thing which has an annual event for the last three , years, nanysly—the stacking oi an Instructor's room,—a s t u n t pulled oft" not by a few Hope College students, b u t by a few cowardly cads, who are for the time being attending this institution. It is hoped t h a t they may not remain long, the sooner they get 'kicked out" by the authorities, who no doubt will take u p the matter, the happier the rest of us will be.

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Super quality Heavy Crepe-de-Chene. Tailored in Bodice and Round Neck Styles 5.97 NOVELTY LINGERIE FOR WOMEN VEST AND PANTIE SETS—Of finest Rayon, French Embroidered. Set 3.57 HOSIERY FOR WOMEN Semi-Fashioned Silk in heavy weight and Chiffon. Three Pair packed in a neat gift box, $2.65. Pair • .89 Full-Fashioned, Pure Thread Silk, Extra long, narrow lisle top. Three pair packed in a neat gift box, 14 40. Pair 1.47 Full-Faajiioned,.Pure Thread Silk, Heavy Service Weight. Three pair packed in neat gift box, $5.85. Pair 179 Full-Fashioacd, Finest All-Silk Chiffon Weight. Three pair packed in neat gift box, $5.65.— One pair • $1.89

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JERSEY RIBBED SWEATER - COATS Beautiful color assortment • Shaker Sweater Coats, Heavy All Wool All Wool Shaker Slip-over, with V Neck All Wool Shaker Coats, Extra fine quality We have a beautiful line of Flannfl Mufflers, box 188 and 7

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Is there anything heroic in an undery. handed trick like this pulled off in the dark of night? Is there any cleverness in this act, which even an idiot can do, but which, thank Providence, no real man will do? Is there anything exemplary in taking revenge, if such is desired, in such a dastardly way .instead of coming out into the open? Not much! If these fellows are not satisfied with conditions, let them try to remedy the situation in r. manly .above-board manner, or let y them get out! This type of creature never does the former. The sooner he does the latter the better. Helen Olgers, '27.

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Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year

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ALUMNI XHarence Lokker, '14. for t h e past ten years a lawyer In the city, In J a n u a r y will take office as the prosecuting a t t o r ney for Ottawa County. He Is already learning his new duties under the dlrection of the retiring prosecutor, Mr. Fred T. Miles. Mr. Lokker will be remembered as a former coach of Hope basketball teams before the regular athletic dlrector was engaged.

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