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Hope College flnchor LXI — 7

Oificial Publication of the Students of Hope College at Holland, Michigan

December 16, 1 9 4 8

THE SEASON'S BEST TO YOU! Meyer, Rider Will Present Assembly Concert Jan. 11 On T u e s d a y , J a n u a r y 11. 1941). Miss Nt'lla Meyer and W a n d a Niuh Uider will present a piano-violin recital d u r i n g the f o u r t h hour assembly period. Miss Meyer and Mrs. Rider have chosen for t h e i r selections s o n a t a s by Hrahms and I'.eethoven. The lirst n u m b e r will be the " S o n a t a in I*' M a j o r " by Heethoven. consisting of f o u r movements: "Alleyro," "Ada^'i" molto espressivo." " S c h e r / o " and " A l l e g r o ma n-'ii t r o p p " , " T h e Urahms "•Number Two Soiu'.ta in A M a j o r , " known a> the " S p r i n g S o n a t a , " will be tlu setnnd selection, h consists "1 four m o v e m e n t s : "Allegro a m a bile," " A n d a n t e tian(|uilli>." "X ivace" and " A l l e g r e t t o Krazinso." Miss Meyer and Mrs. Rider will make brief introductory r e m a r k s prior to t h e presentation of thi two s o n a t a s .

Shipment Reaches Sarospa+ak Safely Tlie shipment of clothing sent from Hop.- this fall to S a r o s p a t a k has reached its destination. 'Ibis news was recently received in a i 'tter from h r . Ilarnabas N'any. dean of the th'-"!"K'cal faculty and president of tiie S a r o s p a t a k Ref-'!ir.ed Ac;uleir.\. Th.' following is an excerpt of thai communication: •On November Is t h i r t y - n i n e box- s •.ve:^hin« a total of 1 pounds .irrived s a f e l y . He so yood as to - i \ e the leaders of this project, the n.embi-rs of the faculty and the student body of Hope College our jo\ fuI t h a n k s for this most recent ^ift from th'-m. May < iod bless the '( olle^e of Hope', her every p f fessor and •tudent for her ioVe t' wards u>. It is truly an inest mable e i f ' in l l u n ^ a n t o d a y . "

C h a n g e s A n n o u n c e d In ' C h r i s t o p h e r Bean' C a s t Two c h a n g e s have been announced in the cast of " 1 he Late Christopher Hean" by Hirector Houy.as C a n , i r o n . Mary Voskuil has tak-ii over the part of Mrs. l i a ^ g e t t , and H.ck Leonard will play Havenport. o t h e r s in the cast are Roger Cur.n, Marion i l a n n a , Hetty Howd, Sandra Lanning. Have Karstt n. Ken Smouse, and Marvin Mepyans. Work is progres.-ing on the construction of the sets under Jim Rennett, chief of the s t a g e crew.

Missionaries' Children Rolls Hit New Peak

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This y e a r Hope has the largest enrollment of s t u d e n t s who are foreign missionaries' children in its history. T h e r e are eighteen composing t h e group. T h e r e a r e also two who a r e the children of domestic missionaries. They a r e Collins Ottipoby and Pauline C h a a t .

At a recent meeting of the International Relations ( lub, the inenibei s voted to. establish a Student I'oti.m for the purposes of discussing >iil'iccts which would be of in, T h r o u g h this medium is bemu made to proaud f r a n k expression e • t he m e m b e r s of the . No*, only does each • • the ri^lit to make •''•r ' •pus. but will ;!• 'rtunity to e x p r e s s his .• i" :>einu a m e m b e r of r to participate in the i hu h follow > the panel

This y e a r this group, although we feel sure will have a happy time with f r i e n d s and relatives, will not be celebrating in (piite the family way that most of us will. Fourteen " m i s s i o n a r y kids" will be a w a y from home. These eighteen s t u d e n t s represent live dilferent countries. From India como M a r g a r e t He Valois,

to set the plan in ac11 ere nrr itirlurrd sixh-rn nf I In' rixhlmi xtuilni!* on llir rani pus ulnt ore thr rhildrvn nf fnrrixn mischose for its (irst simiarirn. Thr ttrn not in thr pirttire are Albert and ( annte \ aniler Mei-r. Sealeil. left tn rixht: ie-tioi; of prime imporyiargnret l)e I alni*. May hnrteling, ^lorfiaret Moenlyk, Until Kttepjie, Marjery •ingnn. Standing are Ihniil . . l yone to<lay: " W h a t Mnynken*, James //akken. Elin I eensi lintrn, I'ii ken*, Vur* \ mkiiil, Knuer Kemper*, Kuth hnrtela t t i t u d e be t o w a r d s inn, Tim llarrimm. Keith De Juna. (hcen Kneppe, and Dan IIakken. Kussia. ' subjects like •' Kdll•ation ami \\ orld I'eace" and "Is (•ur I)en;i •racy S t r o n g Knounh" M r s . B a u g h m a n Serves ire ed f " r following meetiims. All hat is needed to make D i n n e r F o r students •lii> iirojec a siu cess is active stu Hr. Harvey He Weerd, one of st in the problems of Last F r i d a y evening, Mrs. NorThe Knglish M a j o r s club spent Hope's illustrious g r a d u a t e s , has .M; UI e expected tn atma H a u ^ h m a n e n t e r t a i n e d her a very enojoyable evening on Hean article a p p e a r i n g in the Autumn d tlu •tin^ which will issue ( 11MK) of the Vale Review. voice s t u d e n t s in her A u r o r a St. cember 'Ith a t t e n d i n g the presentahe!(j The article is entitled " T h e Repu- home in (Irand Rapids. A delicious tion of the play " P y g m a l i o n " by tieorge Rernard Shaw. Considertation of Rommel." ham dinner was served and games, HuririK the war, Hr. He Weerd which were in c h a r g e of .lack ing the fact that a Shaw play is Miss Paalman t o G i v e ditficult to produce, the Civic Theheld the distinction of bein^ the Hoeskool, provided the e n t e r t a i n - a t r e did a grand job. Public R e c i t a l J a n . I 7 historian to the Chief of Staff of ment for the evening. In the leading role of Fliza HooMoi.day even inn, . l a n u a r \ IT, has the United S t a t e s A r m y and is little was the s t a r of the show, • >. en «iiosen by Miss I'aalman as now professor of History at the During the meal, Mrs. Haugh- Sabine Herts. Her m a s t e r y of the ' h e d.ite for her recital. T h i s is the tnan's g u e s t s presented her with a Fnglish dialects and her s u p e r b University of Missouri. second public a p p e a r a n c e of Miss rhinestone brooch in appreciation acting stole the show. The part of The library has a book written I'aalman in tlu- school year. I'.MXProfessor H e n r y Higgins was 1'.'. M..-s . l a n t m a liolleman will be by Hr. He Weerd, entitled "(ireat of the kindness and u n d e r s t a n d i n g taken by the director, himself, Rerthe acc-oj nanist. she has shown t h r o u g h o u t the year. Soldiers of Two World W a r s . " t r a m Varborough. Without a doubt, it was ditficult for him to direct and act at the s a m e time and so his rendition of the Professor was not done as well as it could have been. Occasionally, he was uncertain of his lines, Generally speaking, the s u p p o r t i n g roles were good, especially the part of Fliza's f a t h e r played by Flwin Randall. P a r t s of the play w e r e cut because of the considerable length of the orginal.

Noted Hope Graduate Contributes to Review

English Majors G o To See 'Pygmalion'

I he story of " P y g m a l i o n " concerns a phonetics professor who takes a common f l o w e r girl from the s t r e e t s of London and teaches her to speak correctly and with the dialect of the u p p e r class thereby t r a n s f o r m i n g her into a lady. Shaw wanted to point out that class distinction is only marked by superficial a p p e a r a n c e s and not by the g e n u i n e intelligence of an individual.

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Foreign S+udents Outline Activities Many of the foreign s t u d e n t s attending H o p r plan to spend Christmast vacation outside of Holland, Michigan. Although it is impossible for t h e m to r e t u r n to their homes, f r i e n d s and relatives will be hosts to many. Hendrik Parson will go to the home of his roommate, Honald Hoig, in Detroit. Relatives in Ohio and Connecticut will w e I c o m e (leorge Zeito. Karel Rotermans plans to visit f r i e n d s in Washington, H. ('., and also visit Kd Nelson in New Rrunswick, New Jersey. J o h a n n Roreel h a s t e n t a t i v e plans to go to the home of Dean Veltman and Letif J i j i might visit f r i e n d s in Akron, Ohio. The home of Major S t e i n m e t z in T e x a s will be the destination of L o t h a r Marklein. M a r g a r e t WolfTensperger plans to stay at the home of Dr. Otto Vander Velde, 721 South Shore Dr. in the Holland vicinity. P e n n y ' s Store may provide e m p l o y m e n t for R r u n e t t a T u r k s t r a who plans to remain in Holland. Jacob Wolterbeek will work for the college during his v a c a t i o n . Others who plan to remain in Holland or have indefinite plans a r e Ricardo E s p a r z a , Khalid Amso, Faried Banna, Selim Michael, Kamil M u k h t a r , Fuad Toma, Casper Ultee, L a r r y Fabunmi, Yohannes Menkir, K e t e m a Y i f r u , and Victor Zelouf.

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Katnela aud May Louise Korteling. md Havid Muyskens. From Arabia, we have Keith He J o n g and Tim Harrison, and from Iraq, Rernard md J a m e s Hakken and M a r g a r e t Moerdyke. Roger K e m p e r s is the uily one f r o m Mexico. China h a s he l a r g e s t r e p r e s e n t a t i o n with M a r g e r y A n g u s , Owen and Ruth Koeppe, Sam Pickens, Albert Poppen, C a n u t e N'ander Meer, Flin Veenschoten and Mary Voskuil. d a n y of these have spent most of heir lives and have gone to school n these countries. All those from ndia. I n u j . and Arabia attended, it some time, the Kodaikanal Mis• ion school in South India. A1 Popten. Flin Veenschoten, and Owen md Ruth Koeppe each spent two years of high school at the Shanguii American school. Sam Pickens ittended the China Inland Mission school in Chefoo before he came to the S t a t e s . To some here, the p a r e n t s of these s t u d e n t s are almost as well known, for a large p e r c e n t a g e of them a t t e n d e d Hope themselves and many have made Holland their hometown d u r i n g their f u r l o u g h s . Maybe you know some of t h e s e : Rev. and Mrs. William R. Angus, Rev and .">irs. C a n He J o n g , Rev. and Mrs. Rernard H a k k e n , Rev. and Mrs. John R. Kempers, Rev. and Mrs. Fdwin Koeppe, Rev. Ralph Korteling and Dr. Korteling, Hr. and Mrs. William Moerdyk. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Poppen, Rev. and Mrs. Veenschoten and Mrs. Alma Vander Meer. Rev. and Mrs. Claude Pickens a r e under the American Fpiscopal board in China. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Vo?kuil, Rev. and Mrs. John Muyskens, Mr. and Mrs. Jack He Valois, w ho are agriultural missionaries, and Dr. Paul Harrison a r e in the S t a t e s at the present time.

A D D Girls' Dinner H e l d at Dutch Mill The ADD girls enjoyed a memorable d i n n e r at the Dutch Mill R e s t a u r a n t last Wednesday evening, December 8. Mr. L a m p e n , supervisor of this c a m p u s organization met with the g i r l s a s their special g u e s t . Miss Shirley Willbrandt assumed responsibility for making arrangements for the dinner.

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A short business meeting was held and Doris K o s k a m p was apzoo and writer of "Lesson Discus- pointed to investigate the m a t t e r sion" for the Sunday School Guide. of p r e s e n t i n g a useful g i f t to the college by t h i s society. His m e s s a g e was " H o w to P r e p a r e o Series S e r m o n s , " and was helpful Dame, D.D., m i n i s t e r in Kalama-

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Have You Lost Anything?

W h e r e did I leave my gloves ? book is of no value unless someWhat happened to my fountain one is u si n g it. Dr. Van Zyl recently was notipen? My watch, did my r o o m m a t e If you've lost a n y t h i n g since the fied that his paper, "Reactions of lose i t ? Wonder where I should beginning of this school year, drop Halonitro P a r a f f i n s with Malonic look f o r my lost books? into the business office and maybe E s t e r , " has been accepted f o r pubT h e r e is a d r a w e r in the Busi- t h a t long lost article is there. lication in the journal of the Amer- ness Office in Van R a a l t e Hall Gloves, m i t t e n s , scarves, pearls, ican Chemical Society. Dr. Van which is loaded with a r t i c l e s t h a t pens, pencils, books, bracelets, cost u m e jewelry, watch, shampoo, Zyl and Gene Van T a m e l e n , now have been found on our campus. Many u s e f u l t h i n g s can be found h a i r tonic, bow-tie, a wedding ring, a g r a d u a t e c h e m i s t r y s t u d e n t at at t h i s location. Some of them h a n d k e r c h i e f s , and a g r e e n pot are H a r v a r d , did the work f o r this have been in t h a t d r a w e r since the a f e w of t h e t h i n g s there. One of p a p e r last s u m m e r . first week of school. A pen or a these may be yours.

Boyd Entertains Club At Pre-Holiday Party Miss Boyd e n t e r t a i n e d the German

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J a n u a r y 6 to B e Next Coffee Date The next Alcor sponsored coffee will be held T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n , J a n u a r y G, in the Voorhees Lounge. Miss P e g g y Prins, who is a s s u m ing c h a r g e f o r t h i s event, announces t h e r e g u l a r s e r v i n g hours will be f r o m two to five. Members of the f a c u l t y and s t u d e n t s are invited to come out and e n j o y these social hours.

Last T h u r s d a y evening, t h e Alon the origination of Silent Night, cor Society enjoyed a C h r i s t m a s and o t h e r various G e r m a n r e a d i n g s dinner at Gilmore C o t t a g e . T h e i r by H a r v e y Van Wieren, including g u e s t s included Miss Ross, Miss the True Christmas story. Boyd and Miss Reeverts.


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Hope College flnchor Bethlehem Is Now! M « air ® ox

A feature writer of the "Daily take a look at your tires — is your The t r a g e d y of C h r i s t m a s is t h a t it h a s beCalifomian" recently wrote some car adequately insured? EDITORIAL S T A F F come a historic institution. F o r m a n y e vent s "You will drive while tired. You weighty sentences with reference Herman J. Ridder Editor-in-Chief it is a signal accomplishment to become a to driving. They might be applic- cannot give too much attention to able with a lot of us "hitting the methods of overcoming fatigue. Donna B. Sluyter ( ..Associate Editors historic institution, but to C h r i s t m a s it is Walter B. Studdifordj road" tomorrow. We reprint parts Many things contribute to fatigue death. Because C h r i s t m a s is a condition of Richard L. Hoebeke Business Manager on a long trip such as the accumuof his article. the h e a r t , an a t t i t u d e of t h e mind, and a way For this week's Music Box, I'd John H. Hoekstra Asst. Business Manager "You will speed. But you would lation of noises and strains, overDonn Kieft Advertising Manager of living, it may be experienced by anyone, at like to delve just a bit into the consider yourself lucky if you eating, the monotony of a smooth, Dorothy M. Davis N e w s Editor any time, and in any place. The message Messiah and give you a little about stopped quickly enough to prevent straight road, f u m e s from the enRuth C. De Graaf Feature Editor f r o m Bethlehem is also f r o m e t e r n i t y and as ts origin and other interesting fac- an accident by four car lengths, gine, sitting in one position too tors. The Messiah is the most faMary E. VanLoo Society Editoi relevant today as the night of t h e S t a r . hink it over. Four car lengths long, bright sunlight or headlights mous of all Christmas composiOwen J. Koeppe Sports Editor is the difference between 40 miles and dust. T h e r e are m a n y of us who will nod piously tions. Its reputation goes back a Hazel M. Vander Woude Exchange Editoi "There are numerous w a y s to n accordance with t h e above s t a t e m e n t s but long time; in fact, its first per- an hour and 50. Pierce E. Maassen Circulation Managei defeat fatigue, but rest is the only "You will try to pass another car Ted E. Flaherty Photographer vhat do our practical lives reveal a b o u t our formance was two hundred and ' satisfactory one. These rules will without sufficient clear road ahead five years ago. Alida Hibma, Betty De Ryke I help: Don't slump in the seat. Don't ittitude toward the C h r i s t m a s m e s s a g e ? .Tyristi This Christmas month is a good of you. Experts say you should grip the wheel tightly and hold the Betty Herr, Margaret SchoonveldJ We choke t h e Christ with f r u i t c a k e , drown time to recall the story of this re- drop back six or seven car lengths Jim in gin, bind Him with colored lights, markable piece of music and the and wait f o r 300 feet of clear road body tense. Don't stare ahead. Don't strain the legs to reach the REPORTERS bury Him under a pile of fancy-wrapped remarkable man who created it. space before attempting to pass. accelerator or brakes. Don't deive Irene H e e m s t r a , Dave K a r s t e n , Ginie Hesse, Doi "You will object to the road hog too long without stopping to rest )ackages, crush Him in the mad rush t o an George Friedrich Handel w a s born Contant, Bea Lockwood, Donald 1 P o s t m a , Marcifc German, but later became an and you will try to beat the and relax. Drink coffee, tea or a A f t e r - C h r i s t m a s Sale,' and t r a m p l e Him in Jacobs, J o a n Wilson, Bill DeMeester, Nancy V v y e r English citizen. He lived most of road hog at his own game. s o f t drink — fruit or a sandwich m r sensual celebrations." Our m a n g e r scenes berg, W a y n e Blakeslee, Joyce T h a t c h e r , Gwen Kooi his life in London. There he be'Your car will be defective — will help." ker, A1 S a u d e r , Elton Bruins, Helen D y k s t r a , George n s t o r e windows are fine and always evoke came first known through his Zuidema, Norwood Keck, E s t h e r Schmidt, J a c k Tay- i response but they a r e symbolic of our superb playing of the organ and lor, Bill D y k s t r a , J o a n Ten Hove, Evelyn V a n Dam, blinking. To us, Bethlehem is a t h i n g of the then through the production of inMarillyn Van Weelden, J o h n M. Smith. Festive Note Rung )ast. I t ' s something t h a t happened yester- numerable operas, which afforded opportunities to the virtuoso singlay. But the t r u t h is, Bethlehem h a p p e n s A t Campus Mixer ers of his time to display their ADVERTISING STAFF Today! Eacii man, regardless of t h e age in florid vocal skills. For years his Hope's all-college C h r i s t m a s p a r Lucille B r u n s t i n g , senior f r o m Bob Van Dyke, Gerald Boerman, George Zuidema, vhich he happens to be alive, s t a n d s before operas were the popular entertain- Hull, Iowa, emerged w i n n e r at t h e ty in the g y m on F r i d a y night, DeE d w a r d Kerle and Bill Link. he m a n g e r of Bethlehem and decides what ment of the day in London. Later, a n n u a l Adelaide O r a t o r i c a l contest c e m b e r 10, t u r n e d out to be a sucCOLLECTION S T A F F IE will do with the g i f t of God. We a r e not nowever, H a n d e l ' s popularity f o r women held in H o p e Chapel cess. Sponsored by the W A L , it Jack Brinkerhoff, Jim H o f f m a n , Melvyn Rowan judged on the basis o f , t h e worth of the g i f t s dropped considerably and he fell December 7th. Her oration "Kid s t a r t e d the C h r i s t m a s season in into debt and acquired a broken and L a m e n t Dirkse. the right s p i r i t . Original pro,VG give to each other but by our reception spirit a c c o m p a n i e d with poor D r e a m s " w a s a timely a n d impressive plea f o r a r e t u r n to the g r a m s , tied with red ribbons to a health. Entered as second class m a t t e r at the post ofTice )f Bethlehem's Gift. ' h o m e y " home of y e s t e r y e a r . Miss candy cane, w e r e handed to each T h e r e must be a rediscovery of C h r i s t m a s . of Holland. Michigan, at special r a t e of postage F o r t u n a t e l y his c o n st i t u t i o n was B r u n s t i n g ' s prize of twenty-five guest at the door. T h e first t h i n g provided f o r in section 110.'} of Act of Congress, LiCt people realize t h a t security of the world so powerful, his love f o r music so dollars will be presented to her at t h a t c a u g h t one's eye upon e n t e r October 3, HUT, and authorized October 19, 1918. .s not wrapped in munitions. It is wrapped g r e a t , and his u r g e to w r i t e music the A w a r d s Assembly in May. ing the g y m was t h e a t t r a c t i v e a r r a n g e m e n t s of decorations a t the Subscription R a t e : $2.01) per year. in t h e bit of h u m a n flesh t h a t lay in "swad- so compelling t h a t he rallied. He M a r y H o u t m a n won second prize. took a new lease on p o p u l a r i t y by Mary H o u t m a n , a Holland f r e s h - f r o n t of t h e g y m . A b e a u t i f u l dling" clothes nineteen centuries ago. which writing oratorios. For t h e Lon- man, voiced a desire f o r tolerance lighted C h r i s t m a s t r e e stood there. Published e v e r y t w o weeks d u r i n g the school year With the spotlight on Bill Miedby the s t u d e n t s of Hope College, e x c e p t i n g when or.pletely lived the will of God (because He doners of Handel's time, t h e ora- in her oration "Live and Let Live"; was God) in a tiny piece of e a r t h , and which torio was an o p p o r t u n i t y to hear Holland resident and senior, Mary ema who led us, we all joined in vacation periods i n t e r f e r e . left to mankind the only blueprint for secur- good music and good s i n g i n g when Vande Wege, s p e a k i n g on the need the s i n g i n g of C h r i s t m a s carols, P R I N T E D AT OLD N E W S P K I N T E R Y for complete a m n e s t y f o r CO's in accompanied by J e a n Ver Beek a t ity (he world will ever have — the life that they could not go to the o p e r a . Handel w r o t e the Messiah in an oration entitled " P r i s o n e r s of the piano. Second on the p r o g r a m He lived for our life and t h e death t h a t He t w e n t y - t h r e e d a y s . He worked in I'eace"; and a t h i r d Holland girl, was s q u a r e - d a n c i n g , with Dick died f o r our d e a t h . an almost f e v e r i s h e x a l t a t i o n . He Dorothy Ten Brink, F r e s h m a n , who Fairchild ably calling the n u m b e r s . T h i s C h r i s t m a s m u s t be nothing less than closeted himself in his room, often spoke on the m i g r a n t labor prob- Then followed an a m a z i n g balanclems. Her oration w a s entitled ing act p e r f o r m e d by five of Hope's a now birth for everyone who professes to be f o r g e t t i n g to eat. a Christian. We have grown up in t h e f a i t h , Later t h a t y e a r Handel set off ' T h e y S t a r v e t h a t We May E a t . " acrobats. The Y.M.C.A. room on WednesAll lights in the g y m were then seldom conscious at all of the d e m a n d s of a f o r a trip to Dublin, h a v i n g been day, December 5th, w a s the scene turned out, and while Vergil Dykinvited by its f a m o u s Academy of One night a couple weeks ago, we called C. Man of Galilee, have compromised and sat Musick He took with him the score of the a n n u a l Raven Oratorical s t r a told us about v a r i o u s sports, omplacently with u n h e a r i n g ears, unseeing Contest f o r men. E n t r a n t s were the s p o t l i g h t shone at i n t e r v a l s on Norris Fischer f r o m Western Theological of the complete Messiah, plus sev3yes, hardened hearts, and closed minds when eral singers who were to t a k e part William D y k s t r a , J a y W e e n e r , the figures of the five a c r o b a t s Seminary and asked him if he would draw a again, who assumed s t a t u e s q u e God h a s delivered to us His Bethlehem mes- in the premiere. This p r e m i e r e was Howard Koop, and J o h n Dinger. On December 14, the Peace OraC h r i s t m a s cartoon for us. Norrie s a busy sage. It is to U S t h a t a Son is b o r n ! poses in the a f o r e m e n t i o n e d s p o r t s . a c h a r i t y a l f a i r and t h e proceeds torical Contest was held. Contesman and hesitated but lost his reticence when Look again at Fischer's cartoon. T h e r e arc were given to interned soldiers, a t a n t s were Roy L u m s d e n , John De They were totally covered w i t h an aluminum a p p e a r i n g paint, m a k i n g hospital, and an i n f i r m a r y . The we told him we wanted a cartoon t h a t would no "aloes, f r a n k i n c e n s e and m y r r h . " The concert created such a commotion Vries, Richard Macy, Dennis Shoe- this p a r t of the p r o g r a m something really different and unusual. disclose t h e f a c t t h a t C h r i s t m a s and all the nrift is God's and it is the death of His Son and the demand for tickets was so m a k e r and Harold Grissen. for our sins. There is no "empty stocking g r e a t t h a t the n e w s p a p e r s begged Fred W a r i n g ' s a r r a n g e m e n t of wealth of its story was extremely relevant to " T h e N i g h t Before C h r i s t m a s " w a s t h e cartoon because the g i f t s we give the women to leave their hoops at the college s t u d e n t of 1918. This is the reeffectively and well s u n g by the Christ are imperishable g i f t s . T h e r e ' s no home, and the men to come with- Math-Physics Club S o n g s t e r s : Hazel Klein, Nancy sult. Because of t h e fine piece of a r t , we took rushing around t h r o u g h crowded stores, out their swords. Even so, so many were turned a w a y f o r lack of space Hears Atom Talk Korp, B a r b a r a J o h n s o n , Lucille the liberty to run it t h r e e columns. standing at cluttered counters, pawing over in the concert hall, t h a t within six On Wednesday, December 8, the B r u n s t i n g , Miron H e r m a n c e , Cal expensive g i f t s , for these f r e e g i f t s . We give weeks the p e r f o r m a n c e had to be M a t h - P h y s i c s club held its r e g u l a r S w a r t , H a r l a n Failor, Robert K r a n endonk, and Russell Norden. Him our love and our devotion and to the repeated. monthly m e e t i n g in t h e Science A period of carol s i n g i n g folworld we give His gospel — all of which is The Messiah was r a p t u r o u s l y re- building. J a c k R y s k a m p presented lowed t h i s while magician Don ceived. Two y e a r s later, the Mesa p a p e r entitled " A R e s u m e of the strikingly f r e e ! siah was p e r f o r m e d in London. The S m y t h e Report on Atomic E n e r g y . " Hoffman p r e p a r e d f o r his act which T h i s is Christmas, 1048, but it is as imThe celebration of C h r i s t m a s h a s such custom of s t a n d i n g up d u r i n g the ( A t this point Len S c h r e g a r d u s w a s next on the p r o g r a m . W i t h great religious connotations that it a s s u m e s p o r t a n t to us as it was to the first c e n t u r y •'Hallelujah C h o r u s " traces its origwas ready to show slides on atomic audience p a r t i c i p a t i o n , this also an idealistic and romantic aspect. This great The scene and the location changes many in to this p e r f o r m a n c e . K i n g e n e r g y when the light in the pro- t u r n e d out to be an added a t t r a c Christian festival, with its traditional story times but t h e re-enactment is always the George II was so moved by the jector burned out. T h e m e e t i n g tion to the p r o g r a m . Then c a m e of the stable, t h e virgin mother, t h e angels same. The C h r i s t m a s stories c h a n g e and p o w e r and glory of this c h o r u s t h a t was delayed for about 20 m i n u t e s S a n t a Claus. H a n d i n g out g i f t s to those p r e s e n t , this ended the prothe shepherds, t h e wise men. the s t a r , the multiply but t h e Message remains t h e same. he stood in his box; of course, while President H e e r s p i n k went in g r a m p a r t of the p a r t y . search of a n o t h e r l i g h t ) . child, is suffused by an emotional glow t h a t A t t i t u d e s and receptions differ but ever and the audience had to rise with the Len Schregardus then showed king. To this day concert audihas made it the season of peace and good anon t h e Gift is the same. Men m a y claim ences stand d u r i n g the p r e s e n t a - slides picturing atomic plants in will. The proud and humble, t h e rich anc the credit but always the Giver is God. And tion of this chorus. the United States and also the Symphony Concert poor, the y o u n g and old exult to join in sing- so it is tiiat every man s t a n d s before the There are many reasons why the atom bomb tests at Bikini. Carolyn Ingham, Shirley Leslie and Irene To Feature Xmas m a n g e r of Bethlehem with its backdrop of ing of the familiar story with joyous carols: Messiah is so highly popular and Heemstra were appointed to preCalvary and decides w h a t he will do with beloved. It is one of the noblest One of the most delightful proSilent night, holy nig!it . . . . pare a program for the group's expressions of the religious spirit God's gift to tiie World. Reject it and die! g r a m s ever put toge^ier by the Rest in heavenly peace. January meeting. written by a man of such faith and Grand Rapids Symphony for its Yes, this is t h e mood of C h r i s t m a s — still- Accept it and hear again t h e angel chorus o the creator of such exultant music. singing their timeless r e f r a i n in t h e Bethleannual Christmas concert will be ness, love, good will and the promise of This music is also an exciting Spanish Club Holds presented in Civic Auditorium on peace. It is good to have such a season. But hem of his h e a r t . drama. The Messiah is vigorous

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C h r i s t m a s is more t h a n this. Tiie audience sat enraptured as t h e im posing passages of tiie "Messiah" culminatec in t h e familiar climax of t h a t magnificen oratorio. So o f t e n had t h i s masterpiece been sung d u r i n g t h e annual celebration of Christ mas, t h a t the words sung were almost los in t h e beauty of t h e music. T h e baritone soloist repeated in reverberatory tones the words of Malachi: " B u t who may abide the day of his coming? And who shall stanc when he a p p e a r e t h ? F o r he is like a refin er's fire." These words still resound, echoing within our minds, as we move deeper into t h e advent season. Who may abide . Who shall stand . . . refiner's fire. A r e f i n e r ' s fire! The incarnation of God in Christ was indeed t h a t , continues to be t h a t A flame h a s been sent to separate t h e dross f r o m t h e gold. The C h r i s t does not remain in t h e m a n g e r ; He walks into t h e world, He shows t h e false in t h e light of t h e t r u e , dep r a v i t y in t h e m e a s u r e of love. " W h o shal stand when he a p p e a r e t h ? " Man and his works a r e being t r i e d ; t h e u n w o r t h y is being separated f r o m t h a t which is fit t o en dure. God h a s made m a n i f e s t His love, bu t h a t m a n i f e s t a t i o n also incarnates j u d g m e n t "Who m a y abide in t h e day of His c o m i n g ? "

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You Are A n Artist H e n r y Longfellow s a y s in one of his poems in r e g a r d s to an artist, "Dead is he not, but departed — f o r the a r t i s t never dies." Longfellow is of course speaking of t h e painter or t h e sculptor, but p e r h a p s it m i g h t be applied to each one of us, f o r the g r e a t e s t a r t i s t of all is one who lives his life fully and well. Each day of o u r lives we are p a i n t i n g our masterpieces, and t h e s e will be on display, not in t h e d a r k corner of some a r t gallery, but in the very lives of those who will come a f t e r us. W h a t we do now will be t e s t e d and tried by coming generations — in t h e homes of o u r children, in t h e government of our country, and eventually in t h e well-being of the world. I s t h e r e a g r e a t e r t e s t f o r any work of a r t ?

and often joyful. It is a most uplifting piece of music, and its meaning conveys a message so vital and inspiring to all. This is why it appeals to so many people and they go home from a performance of it not only refreshe( and strengthened, but also well entertained. Evie Van Dam.

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Monday, December 13, the Spanish Club held their annual Christmas program. Entertainment provided was as follows; The Christmas story read in Spanish from the Bible, vocal solo by Phyllis Sherman, group singing, and a paper on Christmas celebrities in Spanish speaking countries by Barbara Bruins and Norma Hoffman. o

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Four Students Sing At Paalman's Recital

Four soloists were featured in the recital of the voice students of Miss Hazel Paalman, Dec. 8. "Der Tod das ist die Kuhle Nach" was presented by Ruth Koeppe. Lucille Brunsting and M i l d r e d Zech gave "Silent Noon" and "Caro Each dorm had special enter- Mio Ben" respectively. Casey Beuktainment by the dorm committees ema chose to sing "Obstination." Chairmen f o r the event were Ruth • Mr. Cavanaugh's studio in Walsh Richards, Voorhees; Dot Contant Music Hall was the scene of this Van Vleck; Phyllis Leach, West 5:00 P.M. student recital. Hall; Annette Hezinger, Beach cottage; Barbara Kerr, Columbia cotIf^rou want to change a whole tage; and Catherine Rabey, Fair- civilization overnight — start with banks cottage. their children. If you w a n t to plant

Last night all women's dormitories ushered in the Christmas season with their annual Christmast parties. Approximately 270 girls joined in fun, song, and refreshments.

Now, before we e n t e r a New Year, is t h e time f o r some quiet reflections on t h e value of o u r individual lives. Let us never make t h e mistake of s h r u g g i n g off o u r responsibility by u n d e r e s t i m a t i n g t h e influence on one life. P e r h a p s each of us Should f a c e t h e new y e a r with t h i s challenge in h i s h e a r t , "I Christmas trees were suppliec a conviction indelibly into a society, am an a r t i s t , and an a r t i s t never dies." for the dormitories by the House plant it in their hearts. D* B. St Board. —Paul Calvin Payne

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cial Christmas Festival choir made up of over four hundred boys and girls from the city's high schools and Junior College. Jack Frey, music teacher at Central High, will conduct the group in its first two numbers, "Hail Our Redeemer," by Rhea, and "Today There Is Ringing," by Christiansen. Mrs. Trina Haan, music teacher at Christian High School, will conduct the group in their singing of "The Little Band," by Savino, and "Ave Maria," by Vittorio. Another outstanding feature of the program will be the performance by the orchestra of "Nativity," a work f o r orchestra and narrator, its words taken, for the most part, from the Bible's story of the birth of Christ, and presenting, in its appealing and moving music and narration a plea f o r world peace. Mr. Echaniz, to complete the program, has chosen four other compositions well-beloved by Grand Rapids Symphony-goers: Brahm's " V a r i a t i o n s on a Theme by Haydn"; a suite of Danish Folk Music; and Tales from the Vienna Woods, by Strauss, another g r e a t

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Jffratemttitta COSMOPOLITAN On December 19, in the chapel, a candlelight ceremony was held as the Cosmopolitan fraternity formally initiated their pledges. The pledges are Robert Birce, John Du Mez, Ivan Edwards, Paul Eikenhout, Phil Frederickson, Wallace Friedberg, Myron Hermance, Bob Kamphuis, Dave Karsten, William Laughlin, Doug Lemmen, Ted McGee, Charles Mulder, George Murray, William Neathammer, Jim Patterson, Bob Roos, John Stevens, Ted Stickels, Lloyd Ter Borg, John Tien, Gail Van Zyl, and Lloyd Wolters. An election w a s held following the initiation ceremonies, at which time Clayton Van Hall was elected President, George Zuide m a , Vice-President, Harlan Failor, S e c r e t a r y , and Ted McGee, Sgt. at Arms.

EMERSONIAN On T h u r s d a y evening, December 9, the E m e r s o n i a n F r a t e r n i t y held a banquet and the f o r m a l initiation of the pledges at the Marquee. The activities w e r e opened with p r a y e r by Chaplain Dean. N e x t on the prog r a m w a s singing, led by T h r u s h Norden. He w a s accompanied by Herb R i t s e m a with his accordion. Rev. John Haines, Hope g r a d u a t e of '42 f r o m F r e m o n t , Michigan, g a v e an impressive talk on the a i m s and ideals of f r a t e r n i t y life. o KNICKERBOCKER The secrets of Knickerbocker were revealed and t h e Knickerbocker oath was t a k e n by E r n e s t Ross, Paul K r o m a n n , H o w a r d Newton, Richard Johnson, J o h n Brinkerhoff, J a m e s Brown, Gordon De Pree, J a y V a n d e r Toll, and Melvyn Rowan. J i m m y Wolterbeek opened the literary m e e t i n g w i t h devotions. T h i s being our final m e e t i n g of the year, the C h r i s t m a s spirit was high and Bob W e s t e r h o f f led the g r o u p in the s i n g i n g of some f a vorite C h r i s t m a s carols. J e r o m e Veldhuis presented the h i s t o r y of our f a v o r i t e C h r i s t m a s carols f o r a serious paper. E d w a r d K a s s i g g a v e a p a p e r entitled " A f t e r r a m bling a r o u n d Hope for t h r e e y e a r s . " The m a s t e r critic f o r t h e evening was Jay "Shadow" Rutgers.

FRATERNAL On December 10th the Fraternal Society met at t h e Country Club to formally initiate the pledges and to elect a new administration. Frater President H. Koop presided over the ceremonies. The new Fraters are D. Baker, B. Bocks, R. Bos, C. Boeve, J. Beuker, D. Hoeting, F. Jonkman, R. Lumsden, R. Nieusma, A. Poppen, B. Putnam, R. Schippers, J. Smallegan, R. Stevenson, R. Vande Water, J. Vander Velde, D. Van Dort, and C. Wissink. Fraternal welcomes these men to their ranks. The challenge is theirs-to endeavor to uphold the prestige of Fraternal. The new officers are: P. Hinkamp. President; 0 . Koeppe, Vice President; R. Zwemer, Secretary; and R. Kempers, Treasurer. Congratulations to these men who have accepted their duties to maintain a rising Sun on the Fraternal Crest. Sincere thanks to Frater Howie Koop and his administration for their good work. The fraternity adjourned with the recommendation that all the Fraters stop .n at the W.A.L. Christmas party. The Fraters returned afterwards .vith their dates for the annual C h r i s t m a s get-together at the country Club. The party was a groat success. FLASH: Frater Frolics — April 14, 15, 1G. Greatest show on earth (or off). Only 3,999 tickets left. Gets yours now! ARCADIAN The science building was the scene of the l i t e r a r y m e e t i n g held last week T h u r s d a y . The m e e t i n g was opened with p r a y e r by P e t e r Breen. Ken L e e s t m a t h e n led us in a few m i n u t e s of song. Nelson S t e g e m a n presented the humor p a p e r f o r the evening. Special music for the evening was presented by the A r c a d i a n Glee Club. F o r the serious portion of t h e meeting, Dave D y k s t r a introduced t h e novel idea of a s t o r y on records. " T h e L i t t l e s t A n g e l " was a heart-warming story illustrating the t r u e spirit of C h r i s t m a s . Mast e r critic was Dennis S h o e m a k e r .

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THESAURIAN On Thursday evening, Dec. 9, the Theta members were guests of a group of Alumnae living in Holland. While a narrator read the Scripture story of Christ's birth, the scene was presented by four girls. Christmas music on records furnished the background. A f t e r g a m e s were played and a two-course lunch served. The alumnae presented us with a beautiful lace tablecloth for our room. DORIAN

Thi$ is a picture of the Hope high school with which Hope ha» ree»tabli$hed its relatiomhip. The picture ihotcn an assembly of students during their prayers at the Madanapalle school.

Mission Pledges Top Goal In Successful Y Campaign With a few pledges still being pressed a desire to thank all those received, an unofficial total of $2,292 has been raised through the annual Hope C o l l e g e Mission Drive. The money will be used to aid in the reopening of Hope High School in India. A goal of $2,000 had originally been set.

who helped in any way to make the project so successful. A booth has been set up at the entrance of Van Raalte Hall, where the pledges can be paid sometime before January 1.

Evie Van Dam and Ted Flaherty, The drive was held at an exco-chairmen of the drive, have ex- tended Chapel service December 8.

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The Christmas Spirit invaded the Dorian room last Wednesday evening when "Angel V o i c e s " brought us tidings of good cheer. The Voice of Praise came to us by way of Sue Roest who gave devotions. Eloise Ihrman's angelic voice sang " 0 Holy N i g h t " and the Voice of the Innkeeper, a very appropriate serious paper, was read by Sue Roest. A bit of current news gave us the Voice of the World, and M a r g a r e t Moerdyk brought us the Voice of St. Nick with the recording of Fred Waring's "The Night Before Christmas." The Voice of Song followed with all Dorians joining in and blending on Christmas carols. During the last week of school Dorians are having a Christmas party guaranteed to send off all members on happy vacations. And may we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Be seeing you next year! No one can a s p i r e to become a citizen of t h e world who h a s nothing of his own to c o n t r i b u t e to the constitution of a cosmopolitan society and who will not lay a brick of its s t r u c t u r e but only w a n t s to live in i t . — A n a n d a C o o m a r a s w a m y .

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1948-49 Basketball Squad

Hope College opens its home conference play tonight against the H o r n e t s f r o m Kalamazoo. The Dutch will be trying f o r their first MIAA win under Coach Russ De Vette. In t h e i r conference opener at Hillsdale last Saturday night the Dutch lost a heartbreaker 58-55. Kalamazoo, u n d e r Coach Dob Grow, h a s much the s a m e t e a m which finished f o u r t h in the M I A A last year with 6 wins and 4 losses. T h e y have lost f o r w a r d Bob App who always p a v e Hope trouble. Kazoo boasts two g r e a t g u a r d s in Chuck Stanaki and " B u c k y " Walt e r s . Stanski was elected A1I-M1AA last season. W a l t e r s was elected a s most valuable player by his teammates. In their first conference g a m e last week Kazoo nosed out Alma 44-41 in a g a m e played at Kalamazoo. Alma led t h r o u g h most of the game. Kazoo took the lead with only a f e w m i n u t e s to play. Kazoo and Hope have split their g a m e s for the past two y e a r s . In each case the home t e a m has won. H e r e in Holland last y e a r Hope won (Wi-45. Kazoo reversed the decision 5.*M2 l a t e r in the season at Kalamazoo. At Hillsdale last S a t u r d a y the Dales came f r o m behind in the closing m i n u t e s to edge Hope 5855. The g a m e was very close t h r o u g h o u t , however Hope held th» lead most of the time. Toward the end of the first half the Dutch took a 23-17 lead but were unable to hold it as the Dales came back to m a k e the h a l f - t i m e count 28-27, Hope. The lead c h a n g e d h a n d s six t i m e s early in the second half. Hope then c a m e to life and built ap a 51-42 lead with about eight m i n u t e s to play. Aided by t h r e e iiope fumbles, Hillsdale made the score 51-50. With two minutes to go the score was 55-55. Markland of Hillsdale added three points for i lie victory. Hope's s t a r t i n g center, Paul .Muyskens, was not up to f o r m due to sickness e a r l i e r in the week. Bob W a g n e r filled in very well and scored 12 points. Vande Wege led the Hope scorers with 15."Markland was high for Hillsdale with Box Score Hillsdale (.').S) Sebring, f Blomeke, f Hummel, f Oberlin, f Forrer, c Plodzinski, c Holbeck, g Markland, g Johnson, g Shaheen, g

F(; F T T P 1 •1 1 5 0 4 0 2 1 3 1 i 1» 1 •» (I 4 6 1 13 U 1 1 I) 3 6

Totals Hope (.').')} Buter, f Vande Wege, f Muyskens, c . . Wagner, c Vonker, g Holwerda, g Bremer, g

23 12 58 FG FT T P 5 3 13 . 5 5 15 0 2 2 0 12 6 4 0 8 (i 1 1 4 1 2

Totals 21 13 Free throws: Hillsdale — 12 out of 21. Hope — 13 out of 26.

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Cosmos, Fraters Dominate 'B1 " B " League Standings

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t e r - f r a t " B " league. The S e m i n a r y was t h e only o t h e r t e a m which showed some s t r e n g t h . The F r a t e r s rolled over the E m m i e s 51-14. Koop and Hendrickson led the attack with 16 points each. In the next g a m e the Seminary gave the Cosmos a good g a m e for the first half. However with Becksfort and Van Hoven controlling the boards and leading the scoring, the Cosmos pulled a w a y and won 45-27. Becksfort had 19 for the winners and H i l b r a n d s 11 for the losers. The A r c a d i a n s took the Knicks 22-14. The g a m e was t r u l y a "listless" tilt.

Leading Scorers Leading Scorers FG F T T P FG F T T P Slikkers, F r a t e r 15 3 33 E t t e r b e e k , Cosmos 12 9 33 | Becksfort, Cosmos I!) 5 43 Decker, Emmie 12 0 24 D. Koop, F r a t e r 16 2 34 De Groot, Ind 8 4 20 Van Hover, Cosmo 10 4 24 Boerman, Emmie 5 7 17 , Hendrickson, F r a t e r 9 5 23 Fieldhouse, Knick 6 5 17 Hilbrands, Sem 8 3 19

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T h e volleyball t o u r n a m e n t ended this week w i t h the Hoppities heading the list. They d e f e a t e d the Holland H i t t e r s 4.'{-23. T h e Hoppities won 9 g a m e s and lost 0. The Holland H i t t e r s won 7 and lost 2. The girls on the Hoppities a r e : M a r y Breid ( c a p t . ) , J e a n n e Touss a i n t , L o r r a i n e Drake, Hilda Baker, J e a n n e Allen, Marian Churchill, Dot Oldenberg, Lillian High, J u a n ita Hubble, Mary Lou McRai, Marg a r e t Moerdyke. F a i r b a n k s d e f e a t e d the Columbians 27-16. The final s t a n d i n g s a r e : 1. Hopjjities, 2. Holland Hitt e r s , 8. F a i r b a n k s , 4. Columbians, 5. H u n y a k s , 6. West Hall, 7. Beach N u t s , 8. Tumblers, 9. Hope-Ives.

8 W L Pet. P F PA 6 20 F r a t e r s I) 50 1 .'">00 74 0 10 Indies (>:? 1.000 3 Emmies .... 1 .500 54 55 1 1 1) 8 K nicks .500 59 71 1 1 ii 2 .ooo 48 57 Arcadian 9 47 Cosmos o •> Totals 19 .000 57 69 The " A " league t e a m s continued G.K.J.C. (32) FG FT TP to be very closely matched. The 0 Van Alsburg, f 1 2 largest m a r g i n of victory in the Vander Zee, f 4 18 7 second g a m e s was only 8 points. •) 4 Kremers, c 1 The much talked of E m m i e - F r a t e r Viergever, g 1 3 1 battle was a sloppy g a m e g o i n g to •> 1) Cudney, g 1 o the F r a t e r s 30-22. Both t e a m s Thomasma, f 1 0 Buist, g 0 1 were missing m a n y shots. T h e halfI time score was only 13-7. Slikkers was a g a i n top scorer for the FraTotals 12 8 32 t e r s with 13. Free throws: The Independents, led by De Hope — 9 out of 15. (iroot and Skaalen, pulled a mild J . C. — 8 out of 14. upset by dropping the Cosmos 3732. T h e Cosmos had previously forced the E m m i e s to an o v e r t i m e while t h e Independents had barelybeaten the Arcadians. Ken Ktterbeek s c o r e d 18 f.»r the losing Cosmos. In the final g a m e of the evening S H O E S FOR M E N the Knicks edged the A r c a d i a n s 31-27. Meengs and Fieldhouse had A s A d v e r t i s e d In 10 each for the winners. '{uter, f Vande Wege, f Muyskens, c Vonker, g Holwerda. g

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Dutch Vliiip J.C.; Vande Wege High With last y e a r ' s M.I.A.A. top scorer, sophomore Bud Vande. Wege leading t h e way, t h e Hope College :age squad carved out a decisive 47-28 win over the Raiders f r o m Grand Rapids J u n i o r College. The g a m e played last Monday night at Junior College w a s the second win 'or Coach De Vette's t e a m . Although the contest was completed in near record time, Vande vVege combined seven field goals .vith six f r e e t h r o w s to compile 20 •joints. An inexperienced t i m e r had ,he g a m e over by 9:05 P.M. j u s t 65 ninutes a f t e r the opening whistle. The actual playing time w a s slighty over 30 minutes. Hope led t h r o u g h o u t the entire j a m e though J.C. n a r r o w e d the lead to 25-21 at half time. Vande A'ege increased the lead with six quick points at the s t a r t of the second period. Herk B u t e r finished .he Dutch scoring with seven straight points. V a n d e r Zee was m t s t a n d i n g for J.C, s c o r i n g 18.

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