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P U B L I S H E D BY T H E HOPE COLLEGE ::

JUNIOR CLASS :: HOLLAND


STAFF STUART GROSS

EDITOR

MARGRET VAN RAALTE

ASSISTANT EDITOR

DEON DEKKER

BUSINESS MANAGER

KENNETH VANDER VELDE

ATHLETIC EDITOR

STANLEY JOEKEL

SNAPSHOT EDITOR

HELENA VISSCHER

ART EDITOR

RUTH BURKETT

ACTIVITIES EDITOR

CATHERINE HAIG

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

OLIVE WISHMEIER

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER MINA BECKER RICHARD SMITH MARJORIE MOODY

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SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITOR FRESHMEN CLASS EDITOR


CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SOCIETIES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS


FOREWORD

SO THAT IN THE DAYS TO C O M E Y O U M A Y REMEMBER THE MORE PLEASANT THINGS THAT WERE . . . WE PRESENT THIS MILESTONE TO YOU


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P R E S I D E N T W Y N A N D W I C H E R S , A.B., A.M., LL.D.

J O H N B. N Y K E R K , A.B., A.M., Litt.D. Dean of Alen

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L A U R A A. B O Y D , A.B., A . M . Professor of German M I L T O N J. H 1 N G A , A.B., A . M . Instructor in History Director of Athletics C L A R E N C E KLEIS, A.B., A . M . Professor

of Physics

J O H N L. S C H O U T E N Director of Physical Education A G N E S TYSSE, A.B. Librarian G A R R E T T V A N D E R B O R G H , A.B., A . M . Principal

of Hope College High School

Director

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J. H A R V E Y K L E I N H E K S E L , A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Instructor in Chemistry E G B E R T W I N T E R , A.B., A . M . Professor of Education MRS. H A R O L D J. K A R S T E N Piano G E R R I T V A N Z Y L , A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor

of Chemistry EVELYN BEACH Assistant in Music W . CURTIS S N O W Organ, Theory of Music; Director of Chapel Choir

E D W A R D D. D I M N E N T , A.B., A.M., Litt.D., LL.D. Professor of Economics and Business Administration MRS. D O N Z W E M E R Secretary to the President MRS. G R A C E D U D L E Y E E N T O N Voice and Glee Clubs [ i} ]

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B R U C E M . R A Y M O N D , A.B., A . M . Professor of History and Social Science T H O M A S E. W E L M E R S , A.B., A.M., B.D. Registrar, Professor of Dutch Voorhees

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of Greek E D W I N P A U L M c L E A N , A.B., A . M . Professor of Religious Education

D E C K A R D R I T T E R , A.B., A . M . , B.D. Associate Professor of English Speech and Forensics N E L L A M E Y E R , A.B. Instructor in French, Piano W A L T E R V A N S A U N , A.B., A.M., P h . D Professor of Philosophy C L A R E N C E T. D E G R A A E , A.B., A . M . Instructor in English A L B E R T E. L A M P E N , A.B., A . M . Professor of Mathematics M A G D E L E N E D E PREE Librarian P A U L E. H I N K A M P , A.B., A.M., B.D. Professor

College Pastor of Bible and Biblical

Literature

M E T T A J. ROSS, A.B. Instructor in English and History Speech, Forensics E D W A R D J. W O L T E R S , A.B., A . M Instructor in German T E U N I S V E R G E E R , A.B., M.S., P h . D . Professor of Biology A L B E R T H. T I M M E R , A.B., A . M . Rodman Memorial Professor of Latin O S C A R E. T H O M P S O N , B.S., A . M . Professor of Biology [ 15 ]

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Z E L M A R. L A N G W O R T H Y , A.B., A . M . Instructor in English Substitute for Professor Ritter

S A R A H LACEY, B.M. Instructor in Music

N o Picture CAROLYN HAWES Instructor in Education

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D O N A L D A L B E R S , Holland,

Michigan

Science Course; Fraternal, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 4 ; Football 1; Basketball 1; Interfraternity Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 ; Biology Club 2, 3, 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; Class President 4 ; Milestone 3.

L E L A N D B E A C H , Holland,

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Science Course; Class Treas. 1, Vice Pres. 4 ; Cosmopolitan, Sec. 3, 4 ; Anchor Ass't Business Manager 1, 2 ; Business Manager Milestone 3; Chapel Choir Librarian 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 2, Treas. 3; Debate 2.

C L A R E N C E V A N D E R L I N D E N , Lansing,

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Science Course; Senior Class T r e a s . ; Chapel Choir 4 ; Y . M . C . A . ; Biology Club, Treas. 4.

M A R G A R E T R O B I N S O N , Benton

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English Course; Dorian, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 3; Anchor Staff 2, 3; Sec. of Class 4 ; S.G.A. Sec. 4.

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GERALD B O N N E T T E Holland, Michigan History Course; Fraternal, Sec. 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 3; Drama Class Play 3; M.I.A.A. Student Rep. 2, 3, Pres. 3; Blue Key; " H " Club, Vice Pres. 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 1, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Fraternity Basketball 4.

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ETHEL B O O T Amoy, China Alethea, Sec. 3, 4 ; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y.W.C.A.; Student Volunteer Band, Treas. 3; Christian Workers' League, Vice Pres. 4 ; Writing Club 1; Milestone 3; S.G.A.

A N N A BOSCHER Pollack, S. D. English Course; S.G.A.; Y.W.C.A.; C.W.L.

MARION BOOT Amoy, China Latin Course; Alethea, Sec. 4, Pres. 4 ; Glee Club 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet 2, 3, Treas. 4 ; Chairman of Gospel Team 2, 3; Student Volunteer Band, Pres. 3; Christian Workers' League 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; S . G A .

LA MILA J E A N BRINK Hamilton, Michigan History Course, Dorian, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council; S.G.A.

STANLEY B O V E N Holland, Michigan History Course; Emersonian, Vice Pres. 3, 4 ; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3; " H " Club; Interfraternity Basketball 4.

L L O Y D GEORGE C H A P M A N Calumet City, Illinois Knickerbocker, Treas. 33, Grille Mgr. 34; Blue Key; Student Guide Program Chairman; Football Manager 4.

MARC BROUWER Orange City, Iowa, English Course; Knickerbocker, Vice Pres. 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Anchor Staff 1 2; Football 1; Y.M.C.A., Cabinet 2 Band, Pres. 2, 3, Student Director 4 Orchestra 1 ; Debate 4 ; Editor of 1934 Milestone; Drama Class Play 3; Blue Key, Pres. 4.

L L O Y D COSTER Holland, Michigan Science Course; Cosmopolitan; Chemistry Club 2, 3; Class Treas. 2.

ROY CHATTERS Flint, Michigan Science Course; Member of Mich. Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters 3, 4.

ERNEST CROUNSE Delmar, N. Y. Basketball 1; Y.M.C.A.; Guild.

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D O W E CUPERY Friesland, Wisconsin Science Course; Emersonian, Alumni Sec. 2, 3, Sec. 3, Pres. 4 ; Football Mgr. 2; Class Vice Pres. 2; Pres. of Class 3; Milestone 3; Cross Country 1; Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4 ; Student Council 4, Vice Pres. 4 ; Blue Key, Sec.-Treas. 4 ; Homecoming Committee 4 ; Biology Club 3; Commencement Speaker.

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R U T H DEKKER Holland. Michigan English Course; Y . W . C . A . ; Chapel Choir 3, 4 ; Delphi, Vice Pres. 4 ; Pres. 4 ; S . G A .

GERR1T DE W E E R D Holland. Michigan Mathematics Course.

D A V I D DE W I T T Coopersville, Michigan English Course; Cosmopolitan, Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 4 ; Class Pres. 1 ; Football 1; Debate 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Extemporaneous Speech 3; Y.M.C.A., Cabinet 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4 ; Student Guide Co-Editor 4 ; Blue Key, Vice Pres. 4 ; Ass't Ed. Milestone 3.

MARGARET DREGMAN Holland. Michigan English Course; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Alethea, Treas. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Writing Club, Pres. 3; Student Council; State Poetry Reading Contest 4 ; Drama Class Play 4 ; Anchor 1, 2, 3; Pegasus Pony 1, 2, 3, 4.

ADELPHOS DYKSTRA Classical Course, Cosmopolitan.

IVAN DYKSTRA Orange City, Iowa Philosophy Course; Addison, Sec. 3; Vice Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; Fraternity Basketball 3, 4.

J O H N ENGELSMAN Holland, Michigan History Course; Addison, Sec.-Treas. 1, Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 3, 4 ; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club ; Fraternity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y.M.C.A.

JOE ESTHER Coopersville, Michigan Philosophy Course; Emersonian, Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 4 ; Y.M.C.A., Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4 ; Debating 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Oratory 1, 2, 3; Extemporaneous Speech 3; Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, 4 ; Class Pres. 2 ; Blue Key; Van Vleck Hall Pres.; Chapel Choir 2 ; Band 2, 3, 4 ; Cross Country 1, Capt. 2, 3, 4 ; Track 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4 ; " H " Club; Fraternity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Milestone 3; Pull Team 1, Capt. 2; Coach 3, 4.

ROBERT F E T T Grand Haven, Michigan Business Administration Course.

EARL G O O Z E N Zeeland, Michigan Science Course; Knickerbocker; Biology Club; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Class Play 4.

PAUL F U G A Z Z O T T O Newburgh, N. Y. Pre Medical; Track 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.

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BENJAMIN HOFFMAN Holland, Michigan History Course; Emersonian, Pres. 4.

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J O H N H E N R Y KEENE Muskegon, Michigan Knickerbocker, President 4.

V I R G I N I A KOOIKER Holland, Michigan English Course; Sorosis, Sec. 4, Pres. 4 ; Class Treas. 1; Student Council 2; Class Sec. 3; Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4 ; Drama Class Play 3; Y.W.C.A.

G U Y KLEIS Holland, Michigan Mathematics Course; Fraternal.

MARIE K O O L Holland, Michigan English Course; Dorian, Sec. 3; Sergt. at Arms 4 ; Chapel Choir 2; Anchor 1, 3; Y.W.C.A.; S.G.A.

HENRY KUIZENGA Holland, Michigan Classical Course; Cosmopolitan, Sec. 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Student Council, Treas. 3, Pres. 4 ; College Orator 2, 3; Debate 1, 3; Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2 ; Mgr. of Oratory 3, Pres. 4, Nat'l Convention 3; Mich. Intercollegiate Speech League Sec. 3; Homecoming General Chairman 3; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4 ; Gospel Team 3, 4 ; Milestone 3; Drama Class Play 4 ; Blue Key; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 ; Chapel Choir.

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EDWARD HENEVELD Holland, Michigan Pre-Medical Course; Addison; Biology Club, Vice Pres. 4.

E D W I N GRUNST Grand Haven, Michigan History Course.

K E N N E T H KARSTEN Holland, Michigan Science Course; Cosmopolitan, Sec. 3, Pres. 4 ; Treas. of Class 1; Student Council 2 ; Vice Pres. of Class 3; Chemistry Club ; Blue Key, Secretary 4.

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EARLE K R O P S C O T T Fremont, Michigan Science Course; Cosmopolitan; Biology Club 3, 4 ; Cross Country Mgr. 1, 2 ; Debating 1, 2; Chemistry Club 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4.

H A R O L D McGILVRA Sioux City, Iowa History Course; Track 1; Cross Country 1, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 ; Chapel Choir; Band 2, 3, 4 ; Y.M.C.A.; Cosmopolitan; Drama Class Play 3.

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LILLIAN M U L D E R Holland. Michigan English Course; Delphi, Sec. 3, 4 ; S.G.A.

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FATHALLA N A O U M Basna, Iraq Economics and Business Administration; Addison, Sec. 3, 4 ; International Club 2, 3; Y . M . C A .

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CARLYLE NECKERS Clymer, N. Y. Music Course; Cosmopolitan, House Pres. 4 ; Class Treas. 3; Basketball 1 ; Fraternity Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, Sec. Treas. 2, 3, Pres. 4 ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.

P A U L I N E POTTER Ackley, Iowa English Course; D o r i a n ; Choir 3, 4 ; S.G.A.

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S H E R W O O D PRICE Holland, Michigan Classical Course; Knickerbocker, Sec 3, Vice Pres. 4 ; Writer's Club 1, 2 3, 4 ; Debate 1; Pi Kappa Delta 1 Anchor 1 , 2 , 3; Poetry Reading 2, 3 Drama Class Play 3; Y . M . C A . , Sec 2, 3, Cabinet 3, 4.; Blue Key.

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E V E L Y N ROOSSIEN Holland, Michigan English Course; Sibylline; S.G.A.

G E R A L D I N E ROELOFS Drenthe, AMchigan History Course; S.G.A.

M A R G A R E T ROTTSCHAEEER Kalpadi, S. India Latin Course; Sorosis, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 4 ; Writer's Club 1, 2 ; Y.W.C.A. 2 ; International Club 1, 2; Milestone 3, 4 ; A.D.D. 2, 3, 4 ; Chapel Choir 2; S.G.A.

K A T H R Y N ROTTSCHAEEER Rock Valley, Iowa Classical Course; Dorian, Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; Chapel Choir; Y . W . C . A . ; S.G.A.

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W I L M A ROTTSCHAEFER Rock Valley, loiva Classical Course; Dorian, Vice Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; Chapel Choir 3, 4 ; Y.W.C.A.; S.G.A.

M A R V I N SCHAAP Holland, Michigan Philosophy Course; Publicity Chairman of Student Volunteer Assn. 3; C.W.L., Pres. 3; Chairman of Gospel Teams 4.

MARJORIE S C H O L T E N Sfiring Like, Michigan History Course; Delphi, Sec. 4 ; Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir 2; A.D.D. 2, 3, 4 ; S.G.A.; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4.

HELEN SHAW Holland, Michigan English Course; D o r i a n ; Choir; Drama Class Play 3.

SARAH STERKEN Grand Rapids, Michigan History Course; Alethea, Treas. 3, 4 ; A.D.D. Vice Pres.; Y.W.C.A.; Cabinet 3, Pres. 4 ; Anchor 3; Class Treas. 2 ; Chapel Choir; Debate; Pi Kappa Delta; S.G.A.

DOROTHY SONNEGA Muskegon, Michigan Pre-Medical Course.

ROBERT S T E W A R T Washington College, Tenn. Business Course; Fraternal, Vice Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir; Drama Class Play 3; Y.M.C.A.; Poetry Club 1; Tennis 1, 3; Anchor 1, 2, Business Mgr. 3.

M A R G A R E T STRYKER Grand Rapids, Michigan History Course; Sorosis, Pres. 4 ; Glee Club; Operetta 4 ; Chapel Choir; Drama Class Play 3; S.G.A.

H E N R Y T E N PAS Clymer, N. Y. Pre-Medical Course; Cosmopolitan, Vice Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir; Band 1, 2; Biology Club, Sec. 3; Basketball Mgr. 4 ; Blue Key.

D O N A L D TeROLLER Holland, Michigan Fraternal, Sec. 3, Pres. 4 ; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 2, 4 ; Fraternity Basketball 1, 3; Tennis 3, 4 ; Baseball 1, 2 ; " H " Club.

JOSEPH T O O N I Basrah, Iraq Chemistry Course; Addison; national Club, Treas. 1.

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VICTOR T U R D O Requannack, N. J. English Course; Cosmopolitan; Pres. of Freshman Class; Track 1, 2; Y.M.C.A.; D vinity Guild; Football 1; Anchor 1, 2.

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J O H N H. V A N D E R M E U L E N Holland, Michigan Mathematics Course; Knickerbocker, Vice Pres. 4 ; Orchestra 1; Band 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Drama Class Play 4.

WILMA VANDER WENDE Grand Rapids, Michigan English Course; Alethea, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 3; Pan Hellenic Council; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 ; S.G.A.; Y.W.C.A.

IDA V A N D E R ZALM Grand Haven, Michigan History Course; Alethea, Treas. 4 ; V . W . C . A . ; S.G.A.

RE1NHARDT VAN DYKE Midland Park, N. ]. Classical Course; Divinity Vice Pres. 3; Chapel Choir.

J O H N VAN HARN Holland, Michigan Classical Course; Emersonian; C.W.L.

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AGNES VAN OOSTENBRUGGE Grand Rapids, Michigan English Course; Delphi, Sec. 3; Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir; Anchor 1; Milestone 3; Voorhees House Pres. 4 ; S.G.A.; Pan Hellenic Council 4.

R U T H V A N OSS Holland, Michigan English Course; Delphi, Treas. 3; Vice Pres. 4, Pres. 4 ; Glee Club, Sec.-Treas. 4, Pianist 2, 3, 4 ; Chaptl Choir; V . W . C . A . ; S.G.A. Class Treas. 2.

PAUL V A N PERNIS Fulton, Illinois Addison, Treas. 3, Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir; Band; Track, 2, 3, 4 ; Blue Key, Alumni Sec. 4 ; Milestone Staff 3; Y.M.C.A, Cabinet 4 ; Biology Club, Pres. 4.

DOROTHEA VAN SAUN Holland, Michigan English Course; Sibylline, Treas. 3, Pres. 4 ; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; S.G.A. Pres.; Glee Club 4 ; Chapel Choir; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4 ; Class Sec. 2 ; Drama Class Play 4.

G E R T R U D E V A N PEURSEM Bahrein, Arabia Science Course; Dorian Sec. 3, Pres. 4 ; Class Sec. 1, 2 ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, Sec. 4 ; Biology Club, Sec. 4 ; Student Council, Sec. 3; Class Treas. 2 ; Chapel Choir.

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CAMILLA W A R R E N Forest Park, Illinois Latin Course; Alethea, Sec. 4 ; Debate; Pi Kappa Delta; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4 ; A . D . D . ; Y.W.C.A., S.G.A. -J

MARIAN WRAY Plainwell, Michigan Latin-English Course; Sibylline, Pres. 4 ; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet 2, 4, Vice Pres. 4 ; Chapel Choir, Sec. 3, Pres. 4 ; Glee Club; Women's Debate 1, 2, Mgr. 4 ; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4 ; A.D.D. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Class Treas. 3; Class Sec. 1; Anchor Staff 2, 3; Milestone 3; Pan Hellenic Council 4 ; S.G.A.

BENJAMIN W A T H E N Parrot, Kentucky History Course; Cosmopolitan.

GENE W R I G H T Saugatuck, Michigan Music Course; Dorian, S.G.A.; Anchor Staff 1.

GERTRUDE ZONNEBELT Holland, Michigan History Course; Alethea, Treas. 4 ; S.G.A.

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VIRGIL BRADLEY Fremont, Michigan Classical Course. ELMER W I S S I N K Zeeland, Michigan Business Administration; bocker, Sec. 3, Pres. 4.

CHRISTINE A U G U S T A W E B B Sliverton, B. C. English Course; Glee Club 3; Drama Class Play 3; Y.W.C.A.; S.G.A. BERTHA ELIZABETH STIBBS Castle Park, Michigan History Course; Sorosis 2.

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Fall Term P r e s i d e n t — K e n n e t h Karsten Vice President—David D e W i t t Secretary—Howard H a r t o u g h House Manager—Carlyle Neckers Winter

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Fall Term President—Agnes Van Oostenbrugge Vice President—Ruth Van Oss Secretary—Marjorie Scholten Treasurer-—Lillian M u l d e r Winter

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Emersonian Society Officers

Fall Term P r e s i d e n t — D o w e Cupery Vice President—Stanley Boven Secretary—Richard Smith Sergeant-at-Arms—John Karbaden Treasurer—Lee M a h a n Winter

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Fall Term P r e s i d e n t — D o n a l d Albers Vice President—Robert Stewart Secretary—Lester W o l t e r i n k House M a n a g e r — G o r d o n K o r st a n j e Winter

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T h e Blue Key N a t i o n a l Honorary Fraternity is a society of senior college men which aims locally to p r o m o t e the interests and welfare of the students of the constituent schools, and nationally to enjoy the benefits of intercollegiate fellowship. T h e H o p e chapter of Blue Key attempts to f u r t h e r the interests of H o p e by sponsoring projects which pertain to the student body in general. By selecting men f o r membership w h o have led in various school activities or in scholarship, and through the contact with the faculty members. Blue Key's monthly dinner and meeting represents a symposium of campus opinion where all prejudice is laid aside and where a spirit of better unders t a n d i n g and cooperation results. This past year. Blue Key published the Student Guide, opened a second-hand book service f o r the students, and sent a delegate, David D e W i t t , to the National Convention in Chicago.

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P r e s i d e n t — H e n r y Kuizinga Vice P r e s i d e n t — D o w e Cupery Secretary—Vera Damstra Treasurer—Spencer Hulse

Comprised by a man and a woman f r o m each class, and headed by senior Henry Kuizinga, the Student Council f o u n d itself confronted with a great deal of work this year. A series of investigations of campus problems and "airings" of student and faculty opinions was conducted under the sponsorship of this body, and several changes in campus regulations resulted. O t h e r duties undertaken by the council this year have been the chastisement of rule-breaking freshmen, the Freshman trial, Homecoming, the pep meetings, all-college banquet, and glory days.

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President—Sarah Sterken Vice P r e s i d e n t — M a r i a n W r a y Secretary—Gertrude Van Peursem T r e a s u r e r — M a r i a n Boot

Physical, mental, and spiritual welfare are symbolized by the blue triangle of Y . W . C . A . , and the local organization aims to develop the women of H o p e ' s campus along these lines. Special effort was m a d e this year to bring the girls together socially as frequently as possible, in an attempt to establish a common g r o u n d for all the members of the various social groups of the campus. N e x t year's cabinet faces the issue of develo p i n g a somewhat extended athletic program.

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President—Joseph Esther Vice President—David D e W i t t Secretary—John Piet T r e a s u r e r — D a v i d Laman

U n d e r the competent leadership of Joe Esther, the Y . M . C . A . completed a very successful year. A special attempt was made to choose a program that would interest all of the men on the campus. Some of the year's activities included a beach party f o r the freshmen, the all-college party, and Prayer W e e k — a l l of which were managed in cooperation with the w o m e n ' s cabinet. Interest in " Y " work has grown d u r i n g the year, and the organization looks forward to another successful term.

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E d i t o r - i n - C h i e f — M u r r a y K. Rogers Editorial D e p a r t m e n t — R u t h Burkett N e w s D e p a r t m e n t — J a y Bush Sports D e p a r t m e n t — E a r l V a n d e Poel Business M a n a g e r — L o u i s Cotts Assistant M a n a g e r — R a y m o n d Boot Faculty Advisor—Deckard Ritter

T h i s year finishes Murray Rogers' third semester as Editor of the college paper. U n d e r him, great progress has been m a d e toward the acquisition of a more journalistic style and set-up, and an entirely new business plan under the leadership of Louis Gotts has been b r o u g h t about. T h r o u g h the establishing of a journalism class under the direction of Mr. Ritter the staff has had ample opportunity to acquire the true " n e w s h o u n d " attitude. Perhaps the most outstanding achievement of this department this year has been the affiliation of the A n c h o r with the Associated College Press, a national organization.

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Pi Kappa Delta T h e Michigan G a m m a chapter of Pi K a p p a Delta is located at H o p e . T h e competent coaching and able leadership of D r . J. B. N y k e r k and Professors Metta Ross, Deckard Ritter, and Clarence D e Graaf has made it possible for ten students to fulfill the requirements for membership in Pi K a p p a Delta this year. T h e Michigan G a m m a chapter was well represented at the convention of the Province of the Lakes held on March 22 and 23 at Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio. Professor Clarence D e Graaf, David D e W i t t , Joe Esther, H e n r y Kuizenga, and John Van Wyck comprised the H o p e delegation. Debating for w o m e n has regained its erstwhile popularity as a speech at Hope. During the past season three teams were actively engaged in intercollegiate debating. All of these debaters, w h o m Professor Clarence D e Graaf so ably coached, have received membership in Pi K a p p a Delta. Four members of this g r o u p will constitute the nucleus of next year's squad. T h e men's debate g r o u p completed a successful season with Professor Deckard Ritter as coach. In recognition of the fact that the value of debate obtains f r o m the opportunities it affords to cultivate extemporaneous thought and speech, it was decided to retain the entire g r o u p of twenty-six debate candidates throughout the season. Esther, Van Wyck, D e W i t t , and Brouwer comprised the varsity squad. Four of the season's five victories were won by Esther and Van Wyck, while Buys and Bush accounted for the fifth. At the M.I.S.L. tournament which was held at Kalamazoo College on February 8, H o p e was represented by eight teams. In this same division of speech arts, Esther and D e W i t t were chosen to represent the college at the Provincial Convention of Pi K a p p a Delta. T h e present officers of the organization are; President, Henry K u i z e n g a ; Vice President and Manager of Oratory, Ruth V e r h e y ; Secretary-Treasurer, Richard S m i t h ; Manager of W o m e n ' s Debate, Marion W r a y ; Manager of Men's Debate, Eckdal Buys.

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Hope's Orators A large number of fine orators competed in the college contests which were held to select H o p e ' s representatives in Michigan Intercollegiate Speech League competition. Kathleen Donahue, a Junior, placed first in the women's division, while H e n r y Kuizenga was named winner in the men's contest. T h e state finals in oratory were held at H o p e . Competing against representatives of eight colleges, Miss D o n a h u e placed third with her oration "Slavery or Freedom," while Mr. Kuizenga, speaking his oration "The Significance of the Insignificant," was awarded fourth place. At the convention of the Province of the Lakes, Pi K a p p a Delta, H o p e was represented in oratory by Henry Kuizenga. In competition against orators f r o m seven states, H e n r y won first honors. T h e success of H o p e ' s orators is due in no small measure to the competent coaching of Dr. J. B. Nykerk, head of the speech department, and Miss Metta Ross. In the spring of 1934 Margaret D r e g m a n and Sherwood Price were sent as H o p e ' s representatives to participate in the Interpretative Reading Contest which is sponsored by the Speech League. Miss D r e g m a n read Elizabeth Barret Browning's sonnet, " H o w D o I Love T h e e ? " and Browning's monolog, "Evelyn H o p e . " Mr. Price read W o r d s w o r t h ' s sonnet, " T h e W o r l d Is T o o Much W i t h U s , " and Browning's "Prospice." Although neither contestant placed within the upper three, the interpretations of both were highly acclaimed by competent critics. D r . Nykerk's appreciation of the best in poetry and his knowledge of the art of interpretation have been a great aid in assisting H o p e ' s readers to meet successfully the keen competition of the Michigan Intercollegiate Speech League. In the autumn of 1934 John Van Wyck was entered as H o p e ' s representative in the State Extemporaneous Speech Contest. Mr. Van Wyck, w h o has previously distinguished himself as an extempore speaker by w i n n i n g the Iowa State Junior College championship in 1933, spoke on the subject "Socialized Medicine and the Private Physician." At the Pi K a p p a Delta Provincial Convention John spoke as H o p e ' s representative on the topic, "Can Japan Justify Herself in H e r Asiatic Policy?" O n this occasion he survived the preliminary contests, and participated in the finals.

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Top r o w : M. Van Raalte, J. Douma, R. Van Oss, K. Donahue, F. Vander Schoor, H. Visscher, V. Kooiker, L. Buter. Middle r o w : R. Allen, R. Muiienburg, E. Koster, W . De Young, E. Stryker, B. Lampen, M. Wray, S. Albers, A. Wagenaar. Bottom r o w : J . Van Peursem, J. Eldridge, D. Van Saun, E. Pierpont, A. Engelsman N. Jagers, I. Van Ark.

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Top r o w : L. Wode, C. Vander Werf, D. Albers, G. Cook, D. Visser. Middle r o w : Prof. Teunis Vergeer, O. Sonega, H. Yeaky, F. Tenninga, Prof. Oscar Thompson, M. Beeuwkes, H. Heinen. Bottom r o w : L. Wolterink, A. Nyboer, P. Van Pernis, G. Van Peursem, E. Heneveld, C. Vander Linden.

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Top r o w : A. DeYoung, G. Rientjes, G. De Vries, J. Van Harn, A. Cook, W . Knickel, H. Beukema. Middle row : Rev. Hinkamp, E. Sluyter, L. Remink, E. Boot, M. Boot, E. Wagenveld, V. Freligh. Bottom row : I. Von Ins, B. Boot, A. Hesselink, H. Johnson, M. Bocks, A. Kooyers, H. Huizenga, S. Dykstra.

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The 1934 "Beef Trust" T h e 1934 season brought h o m e to our alma mater its first M . I . A . A . football championship. T h e H i n g a m e n were defeated only once in conference competition, and W a y n e University was the only non-conference team to defeat them. T h e season opened with an outstanding last-minute victory over Ferris Institute, and the f o l l o w i n g week the D u t c h m e n were tied by A l m a in their first conference game. T h e A l m a duel left H o p e with a n u m b e r of injuries in the regular line-up. T h e Grand Rapids Junior G a m e proved to be a rough battle which ended in a scoreless tie. A week later the O r a n g e and Blue was defeated f o r the first time in the M . I . A . A . race by Kalamazoo College. This win over H o p e gave Kazoo a chance to share in the conference crown. In their final league game, the Dutch played Hillsdale, their greatest M . I . A . A . rival. A hard f o u g h t g a m e ended in a win for Hope, t h r o w i n g the conference into a two way tie f o r first, Kalamazoo College sharing the title with H o p e . T h e following week H o p e lost its final grid battle to W a y n e University of Detroit. H o p e placed three m e n on the all-conference eleven. They were Vernon Klomparens, tackle and co-captain; Gerald Bonnette, center and co-captain; and G o r d o n Korstanje at end. T w o men, TeRolIer and Japinga, were placed on the second team, while Boven received honorable mention. Summary

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Track Team W i t h little to cheer any coach at the start of the spring sport session, the outlook for H o p e was n o n e too bright. But newcomers soon showed that they were capable of the shoes they had to fill, and the members of the teams started out to duplicate the Football C h a m p i o n s h i p of last fall, and try to take the M . I . A . A . all-sport trophy. Paced by Captain Esther, the best distance runner in the conference, and flanked by three sprinters, D o u m a , Quist, and Robbert, w h o ran the h u n d r e d around ten flat, the H o p e Track T e a m went out to make a n a m e for itself. Buys began to heave the shot over forty-one feet, and Albers showed early promise of greatness with the javelin. O n e of the greatest finds proved to be D e Free, a sophomore, w h o stepped the four-forty run in the low fifties. Van Fernis, H e n d e r s o n , and Layman have proved to be valuable distance men. K e n Tysse and A1 K l o m p a r e n s are other weight men w h o showed up well in competition, and Cornie D e Boer cleared the bar at five feet eight inches in the high jump. T h e 1935 Golf T e a m had the toughest assignment of any of the three sports. W i t h the memory of a C h a m p i o n s h i p team of the year b e f o r e in f r o n t of them it fell to the lot of three Sophomores and one Junior to carry on. Foppink, Claus, D e Roo, and Jay Bush shouldered the job, and lost no prestige for the H o p e Golf Team. A stiff schedule was m a p p e d out for them, and outside of the Conference the team met W e s t e r n State, G r a n d Rapids Junior, and Muskegon Junior College. W i t h three men, TeRoller, V a n d e Foel, and Les Van Tatenhove, w h o have had Conference competition, the T e n n i s Team looked forward to a successful year. Four new men were added to the squad; Westveer, Heeringa, V a n d e n Berg, and Vissef. G e o r g e H e e r i n g a had played two years with the Junior College team of G r a n d Rapids, and his presence strengthened the team greatly.

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J. A R E N D S H O R S T I N C . Insurance and Real Estate BRINK'S BOOK STORE School and Office Supplies G E O R G E M O O I R O O F I N G CO. "We Keep Holland Dry" HOLLAND FURNACE COMPANY Heating and Air Conditioning JAS. A. B R O U W E R C O . "The Old Reliable Furniture Store" STEKETEE-VAN HUIS P R I N T I N G HOUSE, INC. Creative Printing Service W I N S L O W STUDIOS Portrait Photography Compliments of M A Y O R N I C O D E M U S BOSCH J A H N &; O L L I E R E N G R A V I N G C O . Chicago, Illinois [ 87 ]

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Hope College yearbook.

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