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the campus anO the nation 1952-53

A yearbook is a book of memories but . . . more often than not . . . only an aid to the memory, for the pictures will bring back a flood of events that can't be recorded in black and white. T h e limitations of type are many and we can't recreate the inflection in a certain professors voice, the Durfee lounge at 11:59 on a Saturday night or the earnest bull sessions that were so great a part of our college education. T h e class of 1953 will remember many things. T h e y will remember the small-college atmosphere when a trip f r o m the Science Building to Van Raalte involved saying " H i " to twenty people or when the happiness, or grief, of one was shared by many. T h i s was the year that "Oh H a p p y Day" was born and died . . . along with something called "It's in the Book." T h i s was a coronation year in England, a year of bloodshed in the Far East, a time of hoping that Europe might somehow bring order from a chaotic past. T h i s was the year names like Dulles, McCarthy and Marciano made headlines while a campus that was rather conservative in its politics, settled back happily after the November elections. Some of us reflected on the tremendous heritage that is H o p e College's and thought that perhaps we were quite f o r t u n a t e in our choice of campuses. Perhaps the people who persist in labeling this, our generation, another "lost generation" would not be quite so emphatic if they could have the privilege of experiencing, as we have, the impact of a century of Christian background.


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Mr. Vanderbush, originally f r o m Baldwin, Wisconsin, is a graduate of H o p e College, class of 1929. He did his advanced work at the University of Michigan and received his M.A. After teaching at G r a n d Rapids South High, he served in the U n i t e d States Navy as a lieutenant. After his discharge in 1945, he began teaching at H o p e and a year later became head football coach. C o m b i n i n g this with teaching in the History and Political Science department, he has achieved a fine reputation. If an accurate measure of the fame or popidarity accorded him is how well he is known by . . . and referred to by a nickname . . . we feel justified in dedicating the 1953 Milestone to "Big Al."


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DAVID D e F O R E S T J u n e 21, 1933 September 12, 1952

KAROL FAIRCHILD May 31, 1932 September 12, 1952


CLARYCE R O Z E B O O M July 28, 1931 February 2, 1953

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President

I R W i n J. lUBBCRS Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.

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Milton L. Hinga, Dean of Men

E m m a M. Reeverts, Dean of W o m e n

J o h n W . Hollenbach, Dean of the College


Paul E. H i n k a m p Registrar

Clyde H. Geerlings Director of A l u m n i and Public Relations

M a r i a n A. Stryker Editor, A l u m n i Magazine And Secretary, A l u m n i

Albert T i m m e r Director of Admissions

Rein Visscher Business Manager

Henry J. Steffens Treasurer


Jean Vermeer

Telling*111'2611 Bavbara Hendrinks

Helen L. Sander

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Lucille Dobben Mjirian Alderink Charlotte Laman


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ST1G B. ANDERSEN Holland, Michigan Biology Phi Kappa Alpha

K E N N E T H BAUMAN Holland, Michigan History Omicron Kappa Epsilon

1XOVD G. BEEKMAN Grand Haven, Michigan History Phi Kappa Alpha

Senior Class Officers Dolores Crooks, Vice-President; Jack DeWaard, President; Maxine Mulder, Secretary-Treasurer


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R O B E R T BENSON Bronx, New York Music Chi P h i Sigma

NORMA BAUGHMAN Music Coll. of Mus.

K E N N E T H BERENDS Middleville, Michigan History

MARC1A A. B E R G H O R S T Zeeland, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma

RUSSELL C. BLOCK Cliffside, N . J. Biology

G E O R G E E. B E T H K E G r a n d HavSn, Michigan Mathematics Chi P h i Sigma


J O H N BOEVE Zeeland, Michigan Latin Phi Kappa Alpha

E D W A R D E. B R A N D English Ed.D.

DAVID H . BOGIE Manistee, Michigan Chemistry

SHERIDAN B O L T H O l ' S E Muskegon, Michigan Mathematics Phi Kappa Alpha

I LAURA A. BOVD German A.M.


ANALENE B O T K I N Morrison, 111. I'sychology T h e l a Gamma Pi

DONALD F. B R O W N Spanish Ph.D.

R O B E R T R. BRANDT Grand Rapids, Michigan Business Administration Phi T a n Nu

MARILYN R. BROERSMA Zeeland, Michigan Elementary E d u t a l i o n Kappa Beta Phi

ROBERT BURROWS Holland, Michigan Chemistry P h i Kappa Alpha

ADRIAN B R U I N I N K S G r a n d Rapids, Michigan Business Administration Phi Kappa Alpha


CAROL E. BUSEMAN Hawthorne, N. J. Religious Education Delta Phi

CLARENCE T . DE GRAAF English Ed.D.

C A T H E R I N E A. C H R I S T I E New York, New York Elementary Education Dflta Phi 4. -

FRED S. Teaneck, Business Phi T a u

R O B E R T W . CAVANAUGH Music Ph.D.

COOK N. J. Administration Nu


DELORES E. CROOKS Muskegon, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Iota Beta

ELEANOR DE F R E E Art B.F.A.

G E R A L D H. DECKER Chicago, Illinois History P h i T a u Nu

DANIEL L. DE GRAAF Holland, Michigan English Phi Kappa Alpha

MARCINE R. DE JO N G Orange City, Iowa Education

J O H N ' DE J O N G Holland, Michigan Mathematics


1 DAVID D. DE VRIES Ami, India Knglish Phi Kappa Alpha

D. IVAN DYKSTRA Greek, Philos. Ph.D.

JACK W. DE W A A R D Sheboygan, Wisconsin History Phi T a n Nu

DALE S. DE W I T T Holland, Michigan Speech

CHARLES E. DREW Business Ad. U.S.


M U R I E L J. D R O P P E R S Oostburg, Wisconsin Religious Education Delta Phi

ERNEST ELLERT German Ph.D.

M A R J O R I E A. DVKEMA Muskegon, Michigan Elementary Education Delta Phi

J W A R R E N D. E X O Holland, Michigan History Phi Kappa Alpha

BARBARA J. F O R W A R D Grand Rapids, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma

CONSTANCE A. FERGUSON Benton Harbor, Michigan English Sigma Iota Beta


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VERNE E. FUDER Holland, Michigan 'Business Administration Omicron Kappa Epsilon

D W 1 G H T 1). FERRIS Business Ad. U.S.

J O A N N E GEERDS Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Kappa Beta P h i

MARY JO GEERLINGS Holland, Michigan Biology Sigma Sigma

ALICE E L L I O T T Biology Ph.D.


MIRIAM J. GEMMILL Holland, Michigan Sociology Delta Phi

JAY E. FOLKERT Mathematics A.M.

HELENA R. GILL Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Psychology Delta Phi

WILLIAM O. GRUNDEN Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Sociology

DAVID P. HANSON Brooklyn, N. Y. English Kappa Eta N u JOHN DAVID HAAS Bogota, N. J. English Phi Kappa Alpha


JACK H . HASCUP East Paterson, N. J. History Chi Phi Sigma

LAWRENCE J. GREEN Physical Ed. M.S.

G E O R G I A J. H E C K E L Flushing, N. Y. Sociology Kappa Beta P h i

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LARS I. G R A N B E R G Psychology A .M.

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BETTY H E R R Port Jervis, N.Y. Biology Sigma Iota Beta

J E A N N E T T E B. MULDER Librarian A.M.

V \ DON B. Holland, Business Omicron

H1LLEBRANDS Michigan Administration Kappa Epsilon

CONSTANCE B. H I N G A Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma

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W I L L I A M M". H O F F M A N Holland, Michigan History

KERMIT HOGENBOOM Holland, Michigan History


ANN H O L S T E G E Zealand, Micliigan Elementary Education

H E L E N L. H A R T O N Speech A.M.

DONALD C. H O W A R D Wycoff, N.J. Business Administration Chi Phi Sigma

LLOYD E. HUYSER Holland, Michigan Biology

JAMES A. HALLAN Business Ad. A .B.


SHIRLEY J. H U N G E R I N K Vricsland, Michigan Elementary Education Delta P h i

WILLIAM J. H I L M E R T Religious Ed. A.B.

i HEDY L. JACOBS Sheldon, Iowa English Sigma Iota Beta

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CARL D. J O R D A N Holland, Michigan English Omicron Kappa Epsilon

JACK W. KAMMERAAD Holland, Michigan Biology


K A T H L E E N J. KEMPERS Chiapas, Mexico English Delta Phi

JO J A N T I N A HOLLEMAN Music A.M.

LOIS J. KLEIS Rutherford, N.J. Elementary Education T h e t a Gamma Pi

R O G E R A. K N O P F Muskegon Heights, Michigan Physics Chi P h i Sigma

M I L T O N L. H I N G A History A.M.


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E S T H E R M. KOEMAN Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma

J O H N W. H O L L E N B A C H English Ph.D.

R O N A L D L. KOLKMAN North Muskegon, Michigan Business Administration Chi I'hi Sigma

WILLIAM 1). LAING Holland, Michigan Business Administration

J E A N E T T E KRUISWYK Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Delta Phi"

J O A N N E LAGER Muskegon, Michigan Elementary Education


R O B E R T F. LANGWIG Syracuse, N.Y. Chemistry Phi T a u N u

ADRIAN KLAASEN Business Ad. Ph.D.

R I C H A R D A. L E P P I N K Grand Rapids, Michigan Biology Phi T a u Nu

K E N N E T H D. LOUIS Kalamazoo, Michigan Music Phi Kappa Alpha


D O N A L D A. LUBBERS .Holland, Michigan History Omicron Kappa Epsilon

J. HARVEY KLEINHEKSEL Chemistry Ph.D.

PHYLLIS A. LUIDENS Selkirk, N.Y. Psychology Sigma Iota Beta

H E L E N J. Kalamazoo, Elementary Sigma Iota

WILLIAM H. MESTLER Rochester, N.Y. Physics Omicron Kappa Epsilon

MARKUSSE Michigan Education Beta

LOUISE M C D O W E L L Chicago, Illinois Elementary Education Delta Phi


DONALD E. MILLER North Muskegon, Michigan Business Administration Omicron Kappa Epsilon

A N T H O N Y KOOIKER Music Mus.M.

PAUL J. M1TSOS Business Administration Gary, Indiana Chi Phi Sigma

BARBARA J. MOESSNER Muskegon, Michigan Elementary Education Delta Phi

CLARENCE KLEIS Physics A.M.


DOUGLAS D. MONROE Gary, Indiana Mathematics Chi Phi Sigma

ALBERT E. LAMPEN Mathematics A.M.

EVERETT W. MONK Flushing, N.Y. Sociology

MAXINE L. MULDER Holland. Michigan Elementary Education Delta Phi

ROBERT J. MOOLENAAR De Motte, Indiana Chemistry Chi P h i Sigma

PATRICIA M. MORAN Teaneck, N.J. Sociology T h e t a Gamma Pi


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GEORGE D. MUVSKENS Baldwin, Wisconsin History Phi T a u Nu

W E N D E L L A. MILES Business Ad. LL.B.

JEAN H . MUYSKENS Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Kappa Beta P h i

i JOSEPH MUYSKENS Holland, Michigan Mathematics Phi T a u N u

NELLA MEYER French A.M.

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R O B E R T J. NELSEN Union City. N.j. History

LAMBERT PONSTEIN Bible Th.D.

J O H N P. N E W T O N Traverse City, Michigan Biology Omicron Kappa Epsilon

R O G E R L. N O R T H U I S Holland, Michigan English Omicron Kappa Epsilon

S T U A R T P. NOORDYK Grand Rapids, Michigan Sociology Phi Kappa Alpha

WILLIAM F. N O R L I N Holland. Michigan English, Spanisn P h i Kappa Alpha


JANE t . NOXONT Tenafly, N.J. English Sigma Iota Beta

M A R G U E R I T E M. PRINS French A.M.

WILLIAM ]. O A K E S Grand Haven, Michigan Business Administration Kappa Eta N u

WILLIAM R. O OONNELL Gary, Indiana History Chi I'hi Sigma

A. JAMES PRINS English A.M.


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LOIS J. O P ' T H O L T La Grange, Illinois Elementary Education Sigma 3igma

EMMA M. R E E V E R T S English A.M.

SALLY PALE'S New York, N.Y. History Kappa Beta Phi

R O B E R T N. PERKINS Claverack, N.Y. Biology T h e t a Chi

MRS. E R N E S T F. PENNA Holland, Michigan Elementary Education

H A R R I E T T A. P E N N I N G T O N White Pigeon, Michigan Elementary Education T h e t a Gamma Pi


LLOVD E. P E T E R MAN Strasburg, N. Dakota History

M E T T A J. ROSS History A.M.

M A R J O R I E M. PICKENS Montvale, N.J. History Kappa Beta Phi

FRANCES L. P O T T Holland, Michigan Elementary Eclntation Sigma Sigma

MORRETTE RIDER Music Mus.M.


M A R J O R I E J. P O T T Holland, Michigan Elementary Education ,Sigma Sigma

J O H N H . RYSKAMP Physics A.IS.

NELLA M. PYLE Zealand, Michigan Elementary Education Delta P h i

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K E N N E T H W. RAAK Maurice, Iowa Biology Chi Phi Sigma

V E R N O N C. RE1DSMA Holland. Michigan Biology


ARLENE RITSEMA Momence, Illinois Music Kappa Beta Phi

H E N R Y E. SCHOON Greek, German A.M.

B E T T Y L. ROELOFS Hudsonville, Michigan English Sigma Sigma

J O H N ROOKUS Zealand, Michigan History

HELEN H . SCHOON Education A.M.


P E T E R N. R O O N Holland, Michigan Latin Phi Kappa Alpha

WILLIAM SCHRIER Speech Ph.D.

GLADYS J. ROOS Ashton, Iowa English Sigma Iota Beta

MARY E. SCHRIER Mnskegon, Michigan Sociology Sigma Sigma

W I L L I A M H . SAILER Ridgewood, N.J. Business Administration Kappa Eta Nu

G O R D O N ' D. S C H I P P E R Gary, Indiana Biology Chi I'hi Sigma


CARL J. SCHROEDER Patcrson, N.J. Philosophy

E S T H E R M. SNOW Music A.B.

$ PHYLLIS J. SCORZA Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Thcta Gamma Phi

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MARY L. SIKKEMA Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Theta Gamma Pi

M I L D R E D E. SINGLETON Librarian A.M., M.S.


WESLEY W. SIKKEMA Holland, Michigan Chemistry Kappa Eta Nu

WARREN J. SINKE Holland, Michigan Sociology Phi Kappa Alpha

ROBERT E. SPENCER Rochester, N.Y. History

VERLAINE R. SITER Berkeley Heights, N.J. Psychology Sigma Iota Beta

LA VERNE D. SOUTH Muskegon Heights, Michigan Latin


NEAL A. STEARNS Holland, Michigan Music

CHARLES STEKETEE Mathematics A.M.

HELEN M. S T U D U I F O R D Someivillc, N.J. Elementary Education Sigma lota Beia

H A M I D M. TADAVON T a d j r i c h , T e h e r a n . Iran Political Science, History Kappa Eta Nu

II JENNIE SPOEESTRA, R.N. Biology A.M.


ROSE MARIE T A R D I F F Holland, Michigan Elementary Education Delta Phi

HENRY TEN HOOR English A.M.

E D I T H IS. T E U N E Chicago, Illinois German Kappa Beta Phi

G O R D O N E. T H O M A S Saugatuck, Michigan History Kappa Eta Nu

D O N A L D E. TEUSINK Holland, Michigan Biology Phi Kappa Alpha

a GAYLE S. T H O M A S Saugatnck, Michigan Mathematics Phi T a u Nu


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G A R R E T T VANDER B O R G H Education A.M.

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H O W A R D G. VANDEN BERGE Grand Rapids. Michigan Economics Phi T a u Nu

OSCAR E. T H O M P S O N Biology A.M.


^ f PAUL L. VAN DEN BRINK Holland, Michigan Chemistry Chi Phi Sigma

ALVIN W. VANDERBUSH History A.M.

M A R G A R E T R. V A N D E N B R O E K Holland, Michigan Elementary Education

GUY A. VANDER J A G T Cadillac, Michigan English Plu T a n N u

J E A N E T T E J. VANDEN HOEK JBellflower, California Elementary Education T h e t a Gamma Pi

STANLEY B. VANDER AARDE Orange City, Iowa Chemistry Chi Phi Sigma


W A L T E R VANDER MEULEN Holland, Michigan History

J. DYKE VAN P U T T E N History Ph.D

PHYLLIS D. VANDER SCHAAF Jasper, Minnesota Speech Kappa Beta Phi

JOYCE VAN D R U N E N South Holland, Illinois Mathematics

R O B E R T C. V A N D E R H A M Sociology A .M.


CARL'H. VAN FAROWE Randolph, Wisconsin English Chi Phi Sigma

THEODORE VANDER PLOEG Chemistry M.S.

ROBERTA J. VAN GILDER Long Island. N.Y. Elementary Education Sigma lota Beta

JOHN L. VAN RIPER Rochester, N.Y. Business Administration Phi Kappa Alpha

BETTY A. VAN LENTE Holland, Michigan Biology Sigma, Sigma

FORREST W. VAN OSS Jamestown, Michigan Music


H A R O L D R. VAN ZOEREN Mohawk, N.Y. Mathematics Phi T a u N u

G E R R I T VAN ZVL Chemistry Ph.D.

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CONSTANCE L. VAN ZYLEN Holland, Michigan Elenicmary Education Delta Pili

a m. \ HANS VEENING Liule Neck, N.Y. Chemistry Chi Phi Sigma

LOUISE VAN DOMELEN Physical Ed. A.M.


D O f AED J. VELDMAN Grand Rapids. Michigan English Phi Kappa Alpha

J O H N J. VER BEEK E d u c a t i o n A.M.

A N N E V. VER M E U E E N Grand Rapids, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma

E D W A R D C. V I E N I N G Holland, Michigan Religious E d u c a t i o n K A T H L E E N VER M E U E E N Racine, Wisconsin English Sigma Sigma

C h i P h i Sigma

R U T H E. VER M E U E E N Grand Rapids, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Sigma


COLLINS I). WEEBER Holland. Michigan English

HENRY VOOGD Bible Th.D.

MARY ELLEN WEESSIES Kalamazoo, Michigan Elementary Education Sigma Iota Beta

r I T J O H N E. VISSER History A.M.

W A R R E N R. W E S T E R H O F F Holland, Michigan Chemistry Phi Kappa Alpha


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K E N N E T H J. W E L L E R Bus. Ad. - Econ. M.B.A.

DONALD P. W I E R E N G A Grand Rapids, Michigan Mathematics Omicron Kappa Epsilon

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DAVID \ ' U Honolulu, Hawaii Oahu English

RUSS DE V E T T E Physical Ed. A.M. D W I G H T B. Y N T E M A Economics Ph.D.

H E L E N E P. K A R S T E N Music Am. Cons, of Mus. MAYO HADDEN Sociology A.B. L O T U S SNOW English Ph.D.

H O W A R D K. ZANDBERGEN Librarian B.S. in L.S.


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Row i: N. J o h n s o n ; M. Foster; L. Miner; V. Siter, V. Pres.; G. Vander J a g i , Pres.; S. Van Slageren; M. Saunders; B. Keizer. Row 2: W. Olson, U. Jacobusse, B. Le Fevre, H . Studdiford, 1). Angus, B. Prins, J . i)e W a a r d , J . Corry, Mr. C. Steketec, M. Dyer

In addition to traditional responsibilities; such as Kangaroo Court, All-college Sing, and Homecoming the 1952-53 Student Council made forward strides in other areas. I he sale of Pep Buttons at Homecoming for new cheerleading uniforms, a Blood Drive, recognition of twenty students in American Collegiate Leaders, establishment of a Publications Board, and a college radio station were a few of the more notable achievements. In November the council sponsored a luncheon with the Board of Trustees which promises to become an annual affair. T h e successful strengthening of the student-faculty system was noted in March with a banquet for all committee members. T h r o u g h meetings with the Blue Key Project Committee and the administration a Student Council Office was included in Van Raalte's remodeling program. T h r o u g h this office student opinion found constructive expression on vital issues. On the basis of public hearings, debate, and committee reports student-faculty government arrived at decisions on crucial issues. So successful was the operation of the democratic machinery that the emphasis was changed from student to community government.

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T h e crown was presented to Queen Nella 1'yie by student Council President Gordon l)e 1'ree. Other members of the court were Joyce Van Drunen, Ann Ver Meulen, Arlene Ritsema, Verlaine Siter, Constance Hinga, and Mary Schrier. Catherine Christie, Jean Harmelink, Nfarjorie Pickens, Arlene Ritsema, Helena Gill, Verlaine Siter, Constance Hinga, Mary Karsten and Phyllis Luidens were tapped for Alcor. The ceremony took place in the Chapel with the traditional Freshman girl's daisy chain in attendance. A banquet was held in the Juliana Room and a party at the Literary Club.

Queen Nella is crowned.

Recessing through the Daisy Chain. T h e queen is escorted to her throne.


Lining up.

In the sports events the Senior girls and the Emersonians were on top. T h e women's sports took place in the morning with the Senior girls winning for their f o u r t h c o n s e c u t i v e y e a r on campus. Jesse King won the Jack Schouten Medal for the Emersonian Society with his participation in the afternoon track program.

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Queen Barbara

The Festivities of H o m e c o m i n g Weekend began with the Frosh-Soph Pull. T h i s year the contest was declaretl a draw by the officials. Friday night, the gym field was the scene of a pep rally at which the captain of the football team, Lloyd Beekman, crowned Barbara Brinks, a Sophomore from Jenison, Mich. Homecoming Queen. Other candidates for Q u e e n were Ann Ver Meulen, Constance Hinga, Winifred Koopsen, Eleanor Johnson, Carole HofTs, Barbara Lowing, and Lois Tornga.

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T h e Queen's float


T h e winning sorority — Delphi

Saturday morning (here was a parade of floats led by the Queen's float. The central theme of the parade was comic characters with a prize for the best sorority and fraternity float. Delphi and the Arcadians won. Hope lost the football game that afternoon against Albion. During the half the Queen announced the winners of dorm decorations as Van Vleck and the Cosmo House. T h e weekend ended with Ihe Vesper Service held in the Chapel. Ruth Bloodgood and Bob Dethmers, did an excellent job as co-chairmen of this event.

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Both sophs and frosh pulled to no avail.

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Emersonian J. Scholten

Fraternal J. Harrington

Sorosis C. Hoffs

All college smq Arcadian E. Viening A.S.A. M. Veldman

Friday, February 27, the Chapel was the scene of the All-College Sing sponsored by the Student Council. T h e annual affair was under the cochainnanship of Anne Finlaw and Nick Pool. All the societies presented their society song and one other selection. T h e winning groups were the Dorian Sorority and the Cosmopolitan Fraternity. Second place honors went to Sibylline and Delphi Sororities and to the Emersonian Fraternity. T h e evening of music ended with the singing of the Alma Mater.

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Co-chairmen Anne Finlaw and Nick Pool.

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nykeck cup Lois Opt - Holt was in charge ot the Nykevk Cup contest this year. T h e Freshman girls headed by Alyce De Pree triumphed over the sophomore girls. Each class presented an oration, a song, and a one-act play. Ardis Bishop was chairman of the sophomores.

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Alyce De Prec receives honors for frosh.


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Norm Gysbers, Vice-President; Joe Fowler, Treasurer; Bud Prins, President; Bernice Keizer, Secretary

L. Abele M. Alber B. Aldrich F. Bauer R. Backus D. Bechberger

W. Berens H. Berger R. Bloodgood J. Boerigter R. Bogaard J. Bondhouse

C. Bosch R. Bouwkamp J. Busman N. Carpenter R. Coffill J. Corry

A. Decker J. Decker D. De Haan H. Den Beste F. De Valois W. De Vries

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M. Dyer G. Elenbaas L. Fasce J. Fiedler A. Finlaw E. Ford


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M. Foster J. Fowler N. Gysbers D. Hager W. Halasa W. Helder

1'. Hesselink A. Hilmcrt J. H o f m a n J. Hoogendorn H. Howard 1'. Huiscnga

L. Huizcnga Huyser R. Jackson D. Jansma C. Johnson J. Kalee

R. Kanode B. Keizer J. Kenwell W. Kiel R. Klingenberg D. Lubbers

M. Luneberg G. Marsh E. Martin M. Meninga J . Miller N. Mol

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S. Moran J. Mulder L. Nattress AV. Oakland H. Opperman W. Parson

}. Peirte K. Phillips B. Plomp K. Powley R. Prins N. Ramaker

F. Reinstein M. Richards J. Roundhouse A. Russcher T . Rynbrandt Nf Saunders

E. Schoeneich N. Schuiling B. Slagh R Smith M. Spackman R. Steincr

G. Slraatsina R. Struyk R. Teusink J. Vander Velde C. Vander Yacht J. Van Hoeven


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Van Loo Van Rce Van Vorst Vedder Veenstra Veenstra

J. Veldt K. Vermeer R. Visser 1'. Walsma N. Webster J. Wierenga

A. Wolbrink G. Yonkman M. Ziegler A. Zimmerman S. Zwemer

JUNIORS NOT PICTURED S. Andersen D. Angus L. Barkel J. Bierens G. Googerd J. Brandt ). Brannock R. Chilton S. Culbertson ). Curtiss R. DeMaagd J. Dethmers J. De Weert H. Gemmill J. Giebink B. Gneiding G. Hine R. Hoeksema J. Irwin

E. Johnson J. Keizer (. King W. Kiskcn J. Kragt S. Kroll N. Lager E. Lamen R. Langenberg S. Lawson D. Leinbach R. McClary N. Menning H. Nienhuis V. Nuovo S. Odcn W. Olson R. Powles E. Prins

R. I'roos N. Raterink J. Santinga J. Schoeneich J. Scholten S. Scholten R. Schut D. Shull B. Smith R. Stegenhuis B. Tanis R. T o p p B. T u l l e r P. Vander Meer P. Van Eck H. Van Houten R. Walker B. Whitsitt J. Witte


sophomoRe class opficeps Shirley Decker, Vice-President; Pete Siderius, Treasurer; D6rv Jacobusse, President; Carole Hoffs, Secretary

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f o o t Ball It wasn't the best season ever for the Hope football team — in fact, for Coach A1 Vanderbush it was his first year with a losing record since he took over the coaching reins here in 1946. But it wasn't a failure either. T h e Dutch wound up with an MIAA record identical to the one compiled the year before in their co-champ success, but this time the Albion Britons stormed thru undefeated and the Dutchmen had to content themselves with a solid second position on a 4-1 record. In extra-conference play they took it on the $1? chin four times against a flock of Midwest small college powers. T h e season had its tips and downs. Rock bottom was hit in the DePauw affair as the Tigers, in kicking off to open the game, roared downfield to pounce on the loose ball in the Hope end zone for a touchdown, and then went on to rack u p four more counters. Facing Kalamazoo in an important conference test on Kazoo's field the week after the demoralizing Del'auw encounter, the Dutch, going in as underdogs, rose up to blast the Hornets, 30-14 for the biggest triumph of the season. A pair of well-earned MIAA victoVies gave them the runner-up spot.

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Individual plaudits for outstanding p e r f o r m a n c e s go to John Newton, chosen most valuable by his teammates, Lloyd Beekman, captain of the team, Jim VanHoeven and Zeke Piersma, cocaptains for next year, and Ken Banman and Paul Bos, selected, in addition to t h e s e f o u r , to the all-conference squad.

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BASketBAll T h e r e were lots of things that a harsh critic could complain about concerning this year's Hope cage squad, but they took the MIAA crown for the second straigiit season, which is an accomplishment a second-rate bush team wouldn't have been able to do. T h e Dutch did it on a 10-2 record, which was only good enough for a tie with Kazoo, but in the playoff for the title in the neutral Plainwell gym the Dutch swatted their adversaries by a 91-85 count. In totaling 1096 points for the twelve conference games for a 91.3 average, the Dutchmen blasted their own offensive mark set by last year's high-scoring squad, whose 85.7 per game had been the highest ever seen by the MIAA.


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With Bos' value to the team increasingly emphasized by his nonappearance in the latter games of the season, it was fitting that he should be given the team's most valuable player selection at the end of the year. Shortly thereafter it was announced by the MIAA office that the fast-stepping guard was also named the most valuable in the conference along with Manny Glasser, Kazoo's sharp center. Voted as Hope's representatives on the all-conference team were Bos and Bob Hendrickson, big center, high-scorer and ace r e b o n n d e r . Hendrickson landed high in the MIAA individual scoring race and set a new Hope record in heaving t h r u 448 points in 22 games for 20.4 per. T o cap his honors for the year Bos was elected captain of the 1952-53 squad in post season ceremonies.

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This year saw one of Hope's better JV squads of recent years in action, as they racked up a sparkling 4-6 record for the season. Under a new coach and with an above-average sprinkling of talent, the squad swept to victories in three of its last four frays, capping the season with a narrow 69-66 verdict over Calvin's JV cagers. Probably its best performance was in the first encounter with the strong, rugged Western M i c h i g a n freshman team, in which the little Dutch scared the Ponies the entire game before bowing finally by a narrow 88-82 margin. . T h e tilts played to start out the schedule gave promise of as dreary a season as usual, but Coach Larry Green's charges finally snapped into form by whipping Kalamazoo's JVs, after looking good the game before in holding D u a n e Rosendahl and the rest of the Koop Heating outfit to a 10point d e c i s i o n . A f t e r the sharp showing against the Western boys, the Dutchies went over the 80-mark the next t w o t i m e s o u t also, d u m p i n g a fine Pete's Place a g g r e g a t i o n , 87-85, a n d Economy IGA, 91-85. S t a l w a r t s on the squad were big pointmakers Harold Molenaar, s c r a p p y g u a r d w h o p a c e d t h e t e a m by d u m p i n g 139 points over the course of the season, forward Alden Klomparens and center Woody Schultz. Lithe guard Willie Rink was ace defense man, playing a catlike floor game every time and gathering rebounds off the boards adeptly.

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Don Piersma Jerry Jacobson Co-captains

Baseball docs not face any kind of happy future this year. Last year they were not too impressive and since then graduation has taken, among others, a star pitcher. Willie Rink is assured of the number one pitching role, but after that a question mark emerges. W i t h a meek team hitting average as a remembrance from a year ago, the squad will probably not set the league afire by any means at the plate in this year's play either. However determination and the smell of the All-Sports Trophy plus sensible coaching may help the team go a little farther than the record books might indicate.

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Golf relies this time on untried material. In other words, the squad is in desperate straits. T h e r e are only two lettermen from last year's team, and a golf team consists of five men. Senior Don Lubbers and J u n i o r Bob Visser are so far the only reliables being counted on to carry the squad. No one has any illusions about a grand and glorious final standing. At the point of this writing, the prime objective is to field a team.


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Last year's track aggregation copped a surprise first in the MIAA Field Day, and this year a repeat could be in the offing. Albion is as strong as always and again it would have to be more or less an upset, but it is not impossible. In most events the Dutch are stronger now than ever, having picked u p several freshmen with outstanding ability. About the only event where they arc hurting in comparison to last year is the distance, in which graduation took its toll. However this past fall's cross country team took a third and was far and away ahead of the four schools finishing behind them, so that even then they are a worst only about average in the loop. In addition some talent blossoming forth in the frat May Day races, may be secured to strengthen the team in its various events.




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Combining their conference dual meet record during the season with a third place position in the MIAA meet at the end of the year. Coach L a r r y G r e e n ' s cross-country squad nailed down third spot and eight points toward the All-Sports t r o p h y for their 1952 efforts. In dual m e e t competition against the other MIAA schools, the Dutch lost t o A l b i o n a n d , by a close margin, to Adrian, while t r o u n c i n g their other four foes by impressive scores. A loss to Central Michigan g a v e them a 4-3 dual meet record for the season. In the all-important meet at the close of the season the Dutch took a third, trailing the powerful Britons from Albion, who totaled only 18, a n d t h e A d r i a n squad, who counted 59, with a 68 mark. Following Hope were Alma on 115, Hillsdale with 127, T o p — K n o p f , Schrier, Van Zoeren, Schrocder, Lager K a l a m a z o o 150, a n d Bottom — Green ( s t a n d i n g ) , H o f m a n , King, H a m i l t o n , Straatsma Olivet 179. First to cross the finish-line among the Hope runners were Jesse King, who came in sixth, and Glen Straatsma, who was eleventh. In light of the scarcity of experience in this year's squad and the loss of the previous year's mainstays, the Dutch runners a n d C o a c h G r e e n , directing them for the first time, have been able to mark it up as a very successful season. Future prospects are not dismal, with both King and Straatsma expected back for next year.



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T h i s year several outstanding Senior Students were s e l e c t e d t o a p p e a r in "Who's W h o Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. T h e i r biographies will appear in the '52-,53 edition of this book. T h e faculty selects these students and the award is based on scholarship, leadership, citizenship, participation in worthwhile activities, and f u t u r e promise of service to society.

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T h e Hope Chapter of Blue Key, National Collegiate Honor Fraternity for senior men, chosen for individual attainment, began their year of service with thirteen men. Blue Key was responsible for the football programs for all home games. Don Lubbers and Carl Schroeder labored" long and successfully in producing a gaily-colored Student Guide. Warren Exo was in charge of the basketball programs. Profits from this year's book store went toward financing the renovation of Van Raalte Hall's basement. Our officers were: Don Hillebrands, president; Carl Jordan, recording secretary; Randall Bosch, corresponding secretary. Store manager for the year was Wayne Tripp.


Row 1: M. Karslon, J . Muyskcns ( P r e s . ) , P. I.uidcns; Row 2; A. Ritscma, M. Pickcns, C. Christie, C. H i n g a , H. Gill, V. Siter

Alcor, the senior women's honor society at Hope, is composed of members having a record of high scholarship, leadership and service. With great enthusiasm, Alcor launched a new project this year which was to run the Kletz on Friday nights. T h e group p u t on several enjoyable Coffees and also sold food every Wednesday night in the dormitories and fraternity houses; this made it possible to award a scholarship to a sophomore girl with a high scholastic record and to give a gift to the school.


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" R A D I O H O P E COLLEGE," a weekly radio program, started this year. T h e Student Council established a miniature radio station with call letters HOPE, complete with station manager, program director, continuity writers, and announcers in order to acquaint Holland citizens with campus life and to provide interested students with an opportunity to acquire actual radio experience.

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Row 1; \V. Olson, J . Vcldman, C. VanFarowe. R. Spcncer, Mr. Ponstein; Row 2: C. J o h n s o n , 1). J a n s m a , S. VanderAarde, 1). De Gr aaf , B. LeFcvre, C. Schrocdcr, D. Angus, J . V a n P u t t e n

T h e activities of the Y M C A center around its motto, "Make Christ King of This Campus". Religious Emphasis Week held early in February is the high-light of the year. Weekly meetings provide spiritual inspiration for all members, and the many social activities, beginning with the beach party for new students in September. T h e Y reaches into Missions with its Mission Drive in December. This years offering was to Rev. Kempers work in Chiapas, Mexico. Deputation work to local churches affords Y members practical experience in Christian service. Christian fellowship is the aim of the Hope College YMCA.


Row 1: Miss J . Spoelslia. L. VanHeest, A. Ritsema, M . Pickens, M. Richards, Mrs. H . DePree; Row 2: N. J o h n s o n . B. Schepers, N. Gates, H . Gill, H . VanLoo, H . Studdiford, R. Bloodgood, C. Christie, L. Miner

T h e Y.W.C.A. has enjoyed a year of Christian inspiration and fellowship. A banquet was held in honor of all newly initiated Y members. Weekly meeting proved beneficial throughout the year. Several Splash and skating parties were a welcome addition to campus social life. By collecting clothes and toys for needy families we received the blessing of sharing our Christmas spirit with others. Rev. Englund was guest speaker for Religious Emphasis Week, a time which brought the opportunity of renewing and strengthening our faith. In looking back over our activities, the Y.W.C.A. is grateful for a year of rich blessing.

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Row I : B. Kci/cr, N. Pyle, L. O p i H o I t , Mr. L a m p c n . M. Geerlings, D. Crooks. G. Yonkman; Row 2: L. Klcis, M. L a H u i s , S. Zwcmer, A. Ritscma, M. Pickens, H. VanLoo, R. Bloodgood, B. Slagh

T h e Athletic Debt Diggers endeavor to aid the Athletic Department through the sale of refreshments at home games. Membership for this organization is limited to three girls from each sorority and Mr. Lampen, the faculty advisor.


Row 1; M. T c r B o r g . H. Markusse, Miss Van Dommclen, J. Mulder, N. J o h n s o n ; Row M. Hesselink, J. Gravink. F. DeValoid, M. Newton, M. LaHuis, C. Vamlcrmyde

T h e W.A,A. Board, directed by Miss Van Donnelen and including representatives from each class, again directed women's sports, There were individual awards, dorm trophies, and the Hazel Kleyn award for the j u n i o r g i r l s h o w i n g the most sportsmanship.

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Row 1: Miss E m m a Reeverts, M. Saunders, H . S t u d d i f o r d , S Paten H . V a n l ^ . Mrs. Mary T e l l m a n ; Row 2: B. Roelots, M. M e n m g a , W Koopsen, C. VanZylen, Yonkman, H . Berger; Row 3: L. Fasce, B. Brinks, J . Bondhouse, J . Wiercnga, F. DeValoid, M. L a H u i s , C. Kuyper

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T h e Women's Activities League has again completed a year's program of social activities and service projects catering to all campus students. In the beginning of the year the tea for new students and the Big-Little Sister Beach Party were featured. As the year progressed, a Hallowe en masquerade, a Christmas party, and May Day were the gay social events sponsored by W.A.L. Service projects included an informal lecture on interior decorating, movie nights, and the Penny Carnival for CARE. This all-college women's league is composed of representatives from each sorority and class and from the various women's organizations on campus.

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Row 1: J . Fiedler, M. C r a m e r , J . Veldt. P. Luidens, C. Vandermyde, S. H a n d , Mrs. W. j . H i l m e r t . M. Rietveld: Row 2: A. Sprik. E. Bruggink, C. Buseman, Al. Z i m m e r m a n , J . Mulder, j . V a n d c r b o r g h , L. vanHeest, N. Gates, J . T u t t l e , M. Spackman; Row 3: A. Botkin, K. Philipps, 1 ) . S t o f F r e g e n , E . Vinstra, A . Klepper, M. Pickens. D. D e j o n g , M. l . u n e b u r g , J . Gravink: Row 4: L. Maier, B. Bennema, U. HoogcrhVde, L. Vogel, V. Demarest, B. Brinks. M. Tervelt, E. Groeneveld. J . Conklin

Kappa Delta provides information, opportunities, and fellowship for young women interested in the field of Christian service. Mrs. Hilmert as adviser this year guided us in the annual activities including: sending a mission box, a joint meeting with Alpha Chi, and the May banquet.

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Row 1: M. Juyser, P. Hesselink, R. Huls, E. Viening. H . Goldzung. W. Olson, G. Laman; Row 2: I). Pangb u r n . R. Schufelt. R. Jackson, D. Bolt, B. Bouwer. D. J a n s m a , J. Hascup, R. Spieldenner; Row 3: A. j e n t z , E. Coon. J . Griep. S. H o f m a n . H . Verkaik. G. Hine, R. Spencer, C. Schroeder. B. LcFcvre; Row 4: I.. P e t e r m a n . C. VanEarowe. J. Neevel, C. Weeber, L. Veenstra, J. Spaulding, D. DeBries, N. Webster

Alpha Chi is a society composed of students preparing for the ministry and of other students interested in Christian service. T h e group is organized for the purpose of providing enjoyable Christian fellowship and spiritual growth. Its yearly schedule includes joint meetings with Kappa Delta and the Adelphic Society of Western Theological Seminary, inspiring talks by prominent speakers and informal discussions. Alpha Chi was served this year by officers: Ed Viening, Pres.; Wayne Olson, Vice Pres.; Harold Goldzung, Secretary; and Dick Huls, Treasurer.

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Row I : R. Kci/er, C. H i n g a , L a H u i s ( P r e s . ) . S. Zwemcr, M. Spackman; Row 2: C. Christi, H. Jacobs, J . Wierenga, M. Pickens, M. Pasma, R. Bloodgood

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T h e Pan Hellenic Board is composed of two permanent members and one temporary member from each sorority. T h i s Board with the aid of their advisors, Dean Reeverts and Miss Boyd, discuss and solve problems arising from sorority life. An all-sorority meeting enabled the sororities to become acquainted with the new women transfer students.

Row 1: E. M a r t i n . 1). DcCraaf. B. O ' D o n n e l l , R. Vcddcr, Dean Hinga; Row 2: B. Dcthmcrs, L). McClintock, C. J o r d a n , L. Nattress

T h e Interfraternity Council is composed of two representatives from each fraternity and Dean Hinga. advisor. T h e council governs the fraternities, regulates their functions, irons out grievances, enforces rules regarding rushing, bidding, and initiation, and promotes cooperation.

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Row I: J . Gravink, L. McDowell, C. Christi, J. VanderVcldc, Dean Recverts; Row 2: W. Beets, D. Plyter, C. Huffs, M. Adams, M. J o n g , G. Hobler, B. Roelofs, L. Fasce

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T h e men's House Board is comprised of the five house presidents, their house mothers, and Dean Hinga, who take care of problems concerning efficient management of fraternity houses.

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First Semester Pres. B. Grasman V. Pres. J. Soeter Sec. M. Veldman Treas. G. Donovan

Second Semester Pres. B. Phillippsen V. Pres. B. Jeffreys Sec. M. Hospers Treas. V. Hartsema

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Alpha Sigma Alpha, our freshman sorority, wasted no time in not so formally initiating us to collcgc lite. Our first project was the Homecoming float, which succeetlcd in winning an honorable mention. T h e informal party, An Evening in Paris, was a great success in the Warm Friend Tavern, and the All-College Sing was next on the agenda. T h e year was climaxed by our formal at the Spring I.ake Country Club. Alpha Sigma Alpha ushered us into • a wonderful year in which we learned to stress friendship and service, and it is not with a little bit of regret that we leave it to go on to other groups.

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Row I: C.. Jacobs, L. MacDowell, R. TardifF, li. Mocssncr, M Dykcma, H. Howard, M. Wencr, li. Jacksteit; Row 2: M. Gemmill, C. Chrisli, P. Prentic, N. i'ylc, S. H u n g e r i n k , N. Sell, |. U p t o n , J. Kiiian, li. Brewer: Row 3: C, Buseman, M. Welters, M. Mulder, •S. Zwemer. K. Casper, P. Pickens, A. Finlaw, C. Ro/eboom; Row 4: F. Frye, C. VanZylen, J . Kruiswyk, N. Carpenter, J. VanderVelde, M. Saunders, K. Kempers, E. Brummeler, A. Milmert.

First T e r m Pres. M. Dykema V. Pres. B. Moessner Sec. R. Tardiff Treas. H . Howard

Second T e r m Pres. N. Pyle V. Pres. C. Buseman Sec. N. Kruiswyk Treas. H . Howard

Third Term Pres. L. McDowell V. Pres. C. VanZylen Sec. S. Hungerink Treas. H . Howard House party


Ain't she sweet? As the sorority year draws to a close we look back over it with a feeling of regret that it has all ended too soon for it was another year filled with friendship, t r u t h and progress. Memories of this year will never leave us. First in our memory book is the t r a d i t i o n a l Delphi house party held this year at Castle Park. Activities began here under the capable leadership of Marjorie Dykema, Barbara Moessner, Rosie Tardiff and Helen Howard. Soon after this, bidding our new pledges in true Delphi style, we made our way to the Ranch House in Grand Rapids with corsages, honking horns, blue and yellow streamers and the flush of excitement on our cheeks. Homecoming found us happily greeting our alumni at the Delphi luncheon before the game. At the game all the Delphians were overjoyed when the Delphi float won the women's float cup. Soon after this came our informal. Setting a new custom the informal was staged in the romantic atmosphere of the Pantlind Hotel. In the winter election, Nella Pyle, Carol Buseman and Jeannette Kruiswyk were elected to guide us through the big occasion of the Sing, Formal Initiation and the St. Patrick's Day Tea.


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Row I : G. Hcckcl, M, Brocrsma, E. Lcese, S. 1'alcn, F. DeValois, P. H e i d a n u s , B. Gneiding; Row 2: D. L i n d a h l , S. T h o m a s , B. Keizer, C. Veerrstra, I. Wesch, G. Hobler, B. Schcpers, M. Elzinga; Row 3: L. Fascc, E. T e u n c , M. .Tcrvelt, J . M u l d e r , J . Muyskens, M. Pickens, M. Fischer, J . V a n d c r b o r g h , N . Millspaugh; Row 4: J . Gravink, L. Veleman, M. J o h n s o n , A. Ritsema, D, Raymcr, A. Kleppcr, D, D e l u n c q , M. Karsten, R . Klingenberg.

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Second T e r m Pres. M. Karsten V. Pres. L. Fasce Sec. J. Vandergborgh Treas. M. Broersma

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T h e Dorians commenced another fervent year with their usual fall slumber session. At Homecoming time the Dorian pilots produced a space ship by which "Hope Conquers Space and Time." T h e Yuletide season found us shopping for gifts for our Christmas family and wrapping them at our annual party. Thirteen new members took the Dorian oath at formal initiation, and a short time later the group celebrated at the annual formal, "Winter Cotillion." T h e All-College Sing brought our greatest happiness when our capable director enabled us to drift straight into first place \ i a "Clouds". T h e Dorian Millinery held its grand opening on the night of the Penny Carnival, presenting the "Dorian Dacha" originals. Our spring f u n was augmented by hikes and finally our informal party. W i t h these rich memories behind us, we eagerly look to the f u t u r e for those yet before us.

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Row I: L, Miner, M. ). Rictvcld, J. Noxon, C. Ferguson, H . Jacobs, I!. Slagh, M. Foster; Row 2: D. Crooks, R. VanGilder, C. Dodds, R. Bloodgood, V. Siter, P, VandcrSchaaf, L. VanHccst, C. Estroc; Row 3; B. Geiger, R. Bogaard, E. D e p p e n d o r f , R. Smith, A. Zimmerm a n , J. Bellman, D. Bechberger, J . Kragt, M, M e d c n d o r p ; Row -1; P. Luidens, D. Vail, G. Roos, H . S t u d d i f o r d , S. Lawson, C. T i g e l a a r , E. G r o e n e \ e l d , J . Kinney, M. L. Richards.

miili First T e r m Pres. C. Ferguson V. Pres. J. Noxon Sec. H . Jacobs Treas. J. Bondhouse

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SibUlinc increased its traditional shine from the beginning of the year until •the end. Capturing the spirit at our houseparty, we went on to welcome our pledges with a dinner and a hike and breakfast. At Homecoming, the Sib "Grandma" float contributed to the fun, and our Alumnae Luncheon at the Eten House helped to renew old friendships. Our hayride-square dance date-night was a big success, fn January, Sibs and dates floated off to the formal called "Drifting and Dreaming" a n d e v e r y o n e h a d a "dreamy" time, naturally. There was an extra sparkle in Sibylline eyes at the All-College Sing when we tied for second place under the direction of Connie Ferguson. Friendship and cooperation were the keynotes not only of the Sing but of the rest of the events; the f e n n y Carnival, the literary and joint meetings, and the climax — our spring informal.

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Row 1: W . Koopson, M. Bcrghorst, B. Sopcr, L. O p ' t Holt, B. Roelofs, N. R a m a k c r , M. L. Ziegler, C. H i n g a : Row 2: B. V a n L e n t e , P. S h u t t l e w o r t h , A. Damslra, J . Fiedler, K. VerMeulen, A. Bishop. C. Yonker, B. Lubbers, M. VerMeulen; Row 3: P. Wierenga, P. R i d n e r , C. Jones, B. VanDenBiesen, E. Koeman, M. Geeriings, R. VerMeulen, C. Huffs, M. Albers, 5. Decker; Row 4: M. K n a p p , H . VanLoo, A. VerMeulen, M. L u n e b u r g , M . Schrier, J . Bierens, J . Wierenga, J . H o f m a n , E. Ford, M. A. Heemstra.

) First T e r m Pres. B. Roelofs V. Pres. L. Op't Holt Sec. B. Forwood Treas. N. Ramaker

Second T e r m Pres. C. Hinga V. Pres. R. VerMeulen Sec. A. VerMeulen Treas. N. Ramakcr

Third Term Pres. E. Koeman V. Pres. M. J. Geeriings Sec. K. VerMeulen Treas. N. Ramaker


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Row 1: D. I ' h t c r , M. C r a m e r , J . Veldt, P. M o r a n , H . Berger, S. M o r a n , N. J o h n s o n ; Row 2: S. H a n d , M. Benson. E. Berens, L. Kleis, H . P e n n i n g t o n , K. Phillips, A. Willig, M. Spackman; Row 3: J. Cnrtiss, I., Maier, K. Vinstra, M." D e j o n g , L. Huizenga, N . T a b b , B. Blinks; Row 4: N . Freriks, A. boutli, A. Botkin, L, T u c k e r , C. Young, P. Scorza, J . V a n d e n H o e k , L. Abele, V. Demarest, C. Bo>d.

First T e r m Pres. P. Moran V. Pres. H. Berger Sec. J. Veldt Treas. S. Moran

Second T e r m Pres. L. Kleis V. Pres. P. Scorza Sec. L. Huizenga Treas. S. Moran

Third Term Pres. P. Scorza V. Pres. M. Spackman Sec. J. Curtis Treas. S. Moran Weiner Roast.


Saturday morning finds the Thetas shuffling around with half-closed eyes, as they fulfill the girls' dreams of breakfast in bed. Between these weekly tasks you will find them singing and playing at the beach picnic for the pledges; applying their artistic ability and ingenuity on their Homecoming float; sharing the joy of our T h e t a sister, Queen Barbara; and hoping the bridal shower for Mary will be a surprise. T h e i r formal party, " T h e Snowball", was just grand and will long lie remembered — especially by the two advance scouts. T h e society not only received nineteen new sisters in the fall, but they also received about 70 new brothers! They are proud to be the sister sorority to the Arcadian fraternity. Fond memories of food, tun, and fellowship will follow all of the girls, and especially the eight who will reluctantly transfer to the alumnae roll.


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Row I : D. M a r t i n , W. Bcrcns, W . Olson, L. Nattrcss, G. Stliipper, D. Monroe, W . O ' D o n n e l l , J. H a s c u p , R. Spieldenncr, R. V a n E a r d c n ; Row 2: R. Zcidlcr, C. Roclofs, E. Viening, V. H o f f m a n , K. V a n d e r l a a n , I). Heyboer, J . Zack, li. Schrier, S. V a n d c r A a r d e , J . Elenbaas, 1). DcBraal, J. Kalee, L). H o w a r d , B. Aldrich, J. Awais, J. Wilkinson; Row 3: N, Guysbers, J . Griep, 1). D c H a a n , R. Shufelt, T . T e n H o e v e , J . H i n k a m p , B, J . Stremler, R. T e n H a k e n , B. Benson, P. V a n d D e n B r i n k , R. Kapcr, R. K o l k m a n , H . Veening, 1". Bauer, F. Redeker, D. Smith, L. Veenstra; Row 4: S. H o f m a n , L. D e W i t t , G. H i n e , J . Neevel, T . R v n b r a n d t , B. Rickse, B. N y k a m p , C. VanFarowe, R. Bolema, P. Mitsos, K. R a a k , H . Verkaik, B. LeFevre, J . Giebink, B. Smith, J . Cole, R . Moolenaar, R. R e i n e m a n n ,

First Semester Pres. D. Monroe V. Pres. J. Hascup Sec. G. Schipper Treas. B. Parsons

Second Semester Pres. J. Hascup V. Pres. S. VanderAarde Treas. G. Hine Sec. G. Schipper

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Chi Phi Sigma began its year of activity with the Homecoming activities. By working hard an,d long our efforts were well rewarded. For the second year in a row we won the trophy for having the prizewinning Homecoming float in the parade. We also received second place honors on our House decorations. We then went on to take an active part in football, basketball, and baseball. During the year a tennis trophy was won by Bob Moolenaar. T h e Winter Formal was held on Feb. 13, at the Pantlind Hotel with the theme, "It's Magic", and soon after that we participated in the All-College-Sing. On May 29, our Annual Spring Party was held at Prospect Point. During the year the Arcadian Fraternity has well lived u p to its motto of Service, Love, and Wisdom, and has shown itself capable, dependable, and enthusiastic.


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Row 1: B. Burrows, S. Bolthouse, W. Wcstcrhoff, W. Exo, N. T h o m p s o n , A. Bruininks, D. Dc Gr a a f , D. DcVrics, D. Haas, K. H o g c n b o o m ; Row 2: W. Halasa, M. Denekas, L. Stempfly, S. White, j . Kruyf, j . V a n R i p c r , S. Andersen, W . Kane, D. V e l d m a n , VV. Norlin, J . W a r r e n , P. Markey, B. Helder, R. Barkel, I). Squire; Row 3: D. Kanode, G. DePree, F. Schroder, R. Kiemel, R . Huls, E. Stapert, W. Sinke, j . V a n H o e v e n , K. Louis, L. A r n o l d i n k , W . VandenBosch, D. Hogenbooin, D. D e j o n g , J . VandeWege, E. Schoeneich, F. Reinstein; Row 4: A. Angus, W . H e y d o r n , D. Damstra, L. Saunders, j . Ypma, B. Prins, R. Beckman, Doc V a n H o e v e n , J . H o l l a n d e r , B. Visser, J . R o u n d h o u s e , R. TerAvest, J . Boonstra, J . VerBeek, R . Brower, J . Kools.

Pres. N. Thomson V. Pres. W. Exo Sec. D. Angus Treas. A. Bruininks Pres. A. Bruininks V. Pres. W. WesterhofE Sec. D. Veldman Treas. D. DeVries

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'o^ers T h e advent of the 1952 college year brought the Cosmos back to the activity of frat life. Life began when the rushing season was declared open. Appealing to s o c i a l and academic tastes, rushing meetings were able to convince 25 freshmen that Cosmo was the greatest name on Hope's campus. Homecoming brought glory to us when we received first place on our house decorations. T h e frat had to wait but one week after Homecoming to receive another honor — inter-fraternity golf championship. T h e next significant event was (he Winter F o r m a l — o n e evening to remember! When February finally came with a flourish of cheers too because we copped first at the all college sing. T h i s was not the end of the year nor the last accomplishment, but merely a prophecy of the success which has not yet been recorded in the scrapbook with the immortal title, "Cosmopolitan Fraternity".


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Row 1: F. Cook, R. McClintock, E. M a r t i n , R. Chilton, J. D e W a a r d , R. MacClary, R. Hocksema, G. T h o m a s , J . Corry; Row 2: H , VanZocrcn, J. Muvskens, H . DenBcste, A. Wolb n n k , S. Scholtcn, R. Langwig, J. Deckcr, R. A c k c r m a n n , H. Morgan, J . Witte, R, M e n t i n k , K. Powley; Row 3: B. Scholten, N. J e n t i n k , J . Keizcr, N. M c n n i n g , W . Kiel, E. O u d e r k i r k , J . Fikse. R. Berghagc, S. Albcrda, J . Borr, J . Schang, R. CofFill; Row 4: H . V a n d c n b e r g , E. Stoddard, D. Wicrda, R. P a t t o n , W. Coventry, R. Struyk, J . King, C. H o t d o g , R. B r a n d t , D, H a g e r , D. Marcus, R. Buit, F. V a n d e n b e r g , M. Vanderley,

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Row 1: J . Picrcc, C. J o r d a n , R. N o r t h u i s , R . Wissink, D. Miller, D. Lubbers, R. Bos, K. B a u m a n , 1). Wicreuga, J . Meeuwsen, R. Bosch; Row 2: D. Hillebrands, F. VanLente, G. Westerhofl, j . Miller, B. Dethmers, M. Dyer, I). York, D. Maxam, N. Lager, H . Nienhuis, VV. R i n k , J . Kenwell, F. T a l a r i c o , J . Ziegler, 1). Kempker; Row 3: P. Bos, A. Dykema, J . Flint, 1). Vandertoll, I). Jacobusse, R. M u i l e n b u r g . j . Veldman, U. Kempers, A. Sail, J . Sthrier, W . Mestler, I). Piersma, (.. Jacobson, V. F u d e r , M. Lubbers, J . DePress, D. Riemersma, R. Schriemer; Row 4: j . Adams, 1). O r t q u i s t , R. DeGraw, D. Huff, J . V a n P u t t e n , P. Siderius, M. J. V a n E e n e n a a . J . H a m i l t o n , R. Hoeksema, J . F. H a r r i n g t o n , M. Witteveer, P. Vandermeer, M. H a r d e n b e r g , C. Failor, T . Moore, Don S. Lubbers. D. Brookstra, B. DeYoung, A. Klomparens; Row 5: A. Nelson, T . Keizer, F. Bosch, F. Lubbers; Back Row Left: B. H e n d r i c k s o n , j . Brannock, L, Benes.

First T e r m I'res. D. A. Lubbers V. Pres. P. Bos Sec. B. Dethmers Treas. D. Miller Second T e r m Pres. C. Jordan V. Pres. J. Newton Sec. N. Lager Treas. D. Miller Third Term Pres. D. Hillebrands V. Pres. J. Meeuwsen Sec. P. VanderMeer Treas. P. Siderius Mrs. Ethel Robertson


T h e Fraternal Society's one hundred and nineteenth year found its rising sun rising ever higher on the horizon of sports, scholastics, and other accomplishments. This school year held within its span many triumphs for the men of O.K.E. Outstanding events of (he year included Homecoming, the " T u x e d o Junction", the Washington Day Alumni Stag, the Sing, the Annual Prater Frolics, and the Spring Party. This year, as every year. F r a t e r n a l pledged the best men on campus and reluctantly surrendered to the ranks of the Alumni a great senior class. T h e Swan Song c o n c l u d e d another year for the men of Fraternal. And it can be assured that wherever a Prater is found, there will also be found friendship, love, and truth. Quit rockin' Uic boat!

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Greeting the familiar faces who had returned and becoming acquainted with our new housemother, Mrs. DenHerder, we started out upon another school year with anticipation. Soon pledging brought added talent and industry into our midst. Participating in all sports, the Knicks did particularly well in f o o t b a l l and looked forward to winning the Softball trophy again (tor the 7th consecutive year). Rainbow Reveries were sweet indeed and our spring party at Spring Lake as lively as it sounds. Homecoming, the Sing, May Day, were events that will not be forgotten. T h u s as we end another year in the history of Knickerbocker and feel the bonds of comradeship that its experiences have tempered, once more we lift with pride the song of Kappa Eta Nu.


T h e Chapel Choir was the lucky group this year with an Easter tour to Radio City!

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T h e Chancel Choir was under the direction of Miss Jantina Holleman. It is a new organization on campus this year.

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Row I: M. Veldman, B. Roclofs, M. Benson. H. P e n n i n g t o n . E. Casper. Mrs. Snow, C. H i n g a , S. Palen, G . p Y o n k m a n . B. Schepers, B. Kui/enga; Row 2: E. Koeman, L. O p ' t H o I t . N. Pyle, B. Keizer, C. Hoffs. M. Hospers. M. Roozcboom. M. Dykema. M. Weessics, J . Geerds. J . Gravink; Row 3; K. Kempers, R. Smith, j . VanderVelder, N. J o n k e r . J. Mulder, C. Ferguson, A. Hilmer, L. Abele, A. Ritsema, A. Finlaw, C. Rozeboom, P. Luidens

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Row 1; W. Olson. P. Huizenga, G. T h o m a s , I). D e j o n g , S. Santinga, W, Exo, R. W. C a v a n a u g h , D. Hanson. K. Vanderlaan, M. H a r d e n b e r , J . Vandewege, F, VanOss, P. Hesselink; Row 2: N. Webster. H. Doorenbos. C. J o h n s o n , E. L a m a n , I). Jansma, J . Cole. P. Sehieringa, E. Viening, B. P l o m p . R. Barkel. j . Schoken, L. Nattress; Row 3: R. T e n H a k e n , L. Arnoldink. W. WesterhofF, T . R y n b e a n d t , C. VanFarowe, D. VanderPolder, J . Neevel, J . R o u n d h o u s e . P. V a n d e r B r i n k . N. Pool, K. Louis, B. Benson

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T h i s year the orchestra under the direction of Morette Rider gave its annual concert and played for several campus occasions. A wonderful group of wonderful musiciansl

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T h e band presented its concert in the spring this year. Morette Rider, the conductor was faced with a big job during football season and the band practiced hard to make perfect performances marching and playing.

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Those j u s t i n t e r e s t e d i n , and t h o s e m a j o r i n g in m u s i c a r e members of the Musical Arts Club. Besides holding m e e t i n g s which enrich the musical lives of its members, the c l u b s p o n s o r s vesper services, provides ushers for programs, and decorates the Chapel at Christmas time.

Row 1: B. Penning!, B. Grasman, M. Veldman, H. Herrick, C. Rozeboom, P. VandcrSchaaf, B. Schcpcrs. L. ir ilj e r ' I' n - 8 ' M* Gem in ill, E. Casper, N. Gates, C. Veenstra, C. Boyd, K. Kempers, J . VanderVeldc, A. Ritseiiia, P. Luidens, J . Kingma, J . J o n k e r , R. Klingenberg, M. Elzinga; Row 3: R. R e i n e m a n , G. T h o m a s , D. Huls, B. P l o m p , L. Saunders, G . Stoddard, D. Baird, L. Nattress, R. L. Lubbers


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Row I: S. V a n d e r A a r d , D. Angus, B. Roclofs, J . Noxon. Nfiss H a r t o n , I). DeWitt ( P r e s . ) , E. Lccsc. L. Fasce, \V. Helder, S. White; Row 2: B. jacksteit, M. W e r n e r , C. H a m m e r ; A. Damstra, M. MacEwan, E. D e p e n d o r p . 1). Crooks, R. Bogaard, B. Slagh, P. VanderSchaaf. B. H o u t m a n , D. Bechberger; Row 3: M. L u n e b u r g , j . Kinney, M. M e d e n d o r p , E. Bruinmeler, M. Pickens, P. Pickens, H. S t u d d i f o r d , E. Ford, D. D e T o n c q , I. Wierenga, B. Brooksira. F. Fryne, P. R a n m a k e r , B. Moessner; Row 4: 1). jacobusse, R. Shufelt, T . T e n Hoeve. C. Roelofs, j . Scholten, j . Redeker. A. W o l b r i n k , B. Benson. P. Kelly. J. Kruyf, E. Stoddard. N. R a t e r i n g . B. P l o m p , L. Huyser, L. Nattress. M. Dyer


P. & M.'s season opened with a bang and a rabbit. No, not h u n t i n g season! The bang was busting balloons at the fall picnic and the rabbit was Mary Chase's Harvey. T h e next production, Hellman's The Little Foxes, provided audiences with a picture of unscrupulous greed of the industrial South. T h e lire during the holidays, though seeming at lirst a tragedy, restdted in a welcome face lifting for our workshop. T h e T h e I'.&M.ers took time to see Kalamazoo Civic Player's staging of the Darkness at Noon. One of the most gratifying of the events was the induction of new members into National Collegiate Players. In the Spring. P.&M. produced its first Shakespeare — the rollicking, bawdy Taming of the Shrew.


Row 1: G. V a n d e r j a g t , W m . Schricr, S. VandcrAardc; Row 2; B. Dcthmers, C. Schrocdcr, D. L u b b e r s

Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary fraternity which encourages forensic activity in debate, oratory, and group discussion. Those who have participated in inter-collegiate forensic contests are eligible for membership.

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Row 1: B. Brink, L. Miner, N . Salm. J. Soetcr, Mr. Ponstein; Row 2: J . H i n k a m p , J. Muyskens, R. Riekse, T . R y n b r a n d t , S. VandcrAarde

This year the Hope College debate squad battled with its opponents on the subject; Resolved; T h e Government of the United States should enact a compulsory Fair Employment Practices Law. T h e highlights of the year were the novice and state tourneys of the M.I.S.L. at Albion College. T h e squad also entered several teams in the national Pi Kappa Delta T o u r n a m e n t at Kalamazoo. T h e teams also debated before various church and civic groups. Under the able leadership of Mr. Ponstein the squad was able to bring home excellent team records and individual honors. Debaters receive a great experience of fellowship and educational attainment in this worthwhile activity.

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Row 1: L. Vecnstra, Mr. T e n H o o r , G. Roos, Mr. Prins. Dr. D e G r a a f , 1). E. E. Brand; Row 2: L. Kleis, K. VerMeulen, A. Holstegc. C. VanZylcn, \ f . M u l d e r . J . N o x o n . C. Christie, j . Lager, L. McDowell; Row 3: C. Veenstra, B. Roelofs. H. Jacobs, H. Studdiford, M. Pickens, j . Muyskens, J. Kuiswyk, K. Kempers, H. VanLoo, A. H i l m e r t ; Row 4: D. Veldman, N . Ratering, T . R y n b r a n d t , A. W o l b r i n k , D. D e H a a n , R. Struyk, C. Weeber, D. DeBries, R. Vcdder, D. Haas, D. H a n s o n

T h e English Majors Club opened the season with a lecture. "Visiting Stratford-on-Avon, Shakespeare's Home," presented by Professor Prins. T h e group divided to promote l)etter discussion and individual participation. T h e group sponsored by Dr. De Graaf and Dr. Brand was concerned with a review and critical analysis of each issue oi the Atlantic Monthly. T h e drama section under Miss Reeverts and Dr. Hollenbacli read and discussed various contemporary plays. T h e novel division, directed by Professors Prins and T e n Hoor, discussed critically various novels. T h e yearly activities included seeing a play produced by the Kalamazoo Civic Players, and ended with a spring banquet.

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Row 1: E. Coon, M. Foster, Mrs. Prins, L. Fasce, M. Dykema, A. H i l m e r t . N. Meyer. D. Lubbers; Row 2: F. Brown, M. L. Ziegler, B. Gneiding, M. J . Rietveld. D. Plyter, A. Gabriels, H. Bishop, K. VerMeulen, C. Bosch, M. VerMeulen: Row 3: C. Boyd, L. Meek, J . Curtiss, E. Groeneveld, R. Smith, C. Tipelaar. H. VanLoo, B. Lowing, J . R o u n d h o u s e ; Row 4: M. J . Adams, B. Brookstra, C. Young, I). Vail, M. Heemstra, E. B r u m m e l e r , J . Gravink, A. Klepper, E. Ford, D. D e T u n c q

Students from beginning through advanced levels supplemented their classes with the French Club's f r e q u e n t a n d interesting meetings.

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Dr. B r o w n ' s h o u s e , V a n R a a l t e Commons room, and the beach were the meeting places of the monthly meetings, the Christmas party, and the Spring beach picnic, of El Club Espanol. Films, programs, and discussions were enjoyed at these meetings.

Row I : M. Spackman, F. VanLcnte, j . H a r r i n g t o n ( P r e s . ) , C. Stcenblik. r)r. Brown. V. Harlsema; Row 2: L. Miner, M. M e d e n d o r p . M. Gowens, B. Jeffrey, B. Brinks, L. Abele, E. Ford. M. Lashua; Row 3: R. M u i l e n b u r g , D. Veener, W . DcBries, S. Alberda


T h e German Club meetings this year again provided ample opportunity for students to appreciate life in Germany and have a good time together.

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Row 1: M. Karsten, H . Markussee, Dr. Ellert, A. Finlaw, P. Heidanus; Row 2; J . R o u n d h o u s e , L. Nattress, J . D e j o n g

T h e Gamma Chi Chapter of the German National Honor Fraternity spent another very interesting year viewing the civilization, culture and lives of the Germans.

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Row I : Lars G r a n b c r g . P. M o r a n . H. Gill, >f. Schrier, S. Moran, Robert V a n d c r h a m ; Row 2: j . Fiedler, D. Kanode, 1). Bechberger, L. Nattress, J, Bierens, W . Sinke, G. Meckel, M. Gemmill

T h e meetings of the Sociology Club were designed to acquaint its members with the sociological and psychological problems of today. Faculty advisors were Mr. Vanderham and Mr. Granberg.

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Row 1; N. R a m a k c r . L. McDoweel, J . Lager, M. Broersma. M. D e l o n g , J- J. VerBeek, H . H o w a r d . M. L. Zicgler, R. VanGiIder; Row 2: P. H i e d a n u s . W. Koopsen. C. Bosch. C. VanZylcn. M. Albcr. B. Moessncr. M. T e r B o r g , S. H u n g e r i n k . N. Pyle. G. Y o n k m a n ; Row 3: L. KIcis. A. Holstcge. M. Bcrghorst. M. Foster, M. Dykema, Nf. Richards, J . Mulder, G. Hobler, R. Bloodgood, R. VerMeuIen, M. Mulder, M. Wessies; Row 4: J . Geerds, S. Zwemer. M. Saunders, J, Muyskens, E. Koeman, A. VerMeuIen, N. C a r p e n t e r , J. Wierenga, B. F o r w a r d , J . Bondhouse, K. Kempers, J . Kruswyk

T h e Elementary Teachers Club, sponsored by Mr. Verbeek, is valuable in stimulating the interest and broadening the knowledge o£ the juniors and seniors who have selected this vocation.

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Row I: R. Dethmers, B. Prins, D, Miller, D. Monroe ( P r e s . ) , V. Fuder, P. Mitsos, R R e m c m a n n , D. Howard; Row 2: D. Hillcbrands, I. Kalcc, F. Bauer, VV. Parson G S t h i p p e r , R. Kolkman, ), V a n R i p e r , J. Miller, J. DeWeert

T h e Business-Econ Club, now in its third year, is answering the special interests of the Business and Economics majors. T h r o u g h monthly dinner meetings, special tours, and outside speakers, class room principles are supplemented.

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Row 1: G. Muyskens, M. Pickcns ( P r e s . ) , J . Muyskcns; Row 2: L. F e t e r m a n , W . VandcrMulen, W. Hoffman

T h e Gamma Omicron Chapter was installed at Hope three years ago, due largely to the efforts of Dr. Hawkinson, now on leave of absence. T h e National Honorary Fraternity, was founded with the intent to create and stimulated an interest in history, to extend recognition for scholastic attainment in this field of study, and to promote association and fellowship. T h e activities this year included a discussion on present-day Germany with Reinhardt Koester, German exchange student at the Seminary, a spring banquet at which the honor of membership was conferred to new members, spring discussion meetings, and an election picnic.

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Row 1: J. Awas, D. Monroe. M. Foster, W . O ' D o n n e l l , J. H a s c u p . G. Hobler. J . V a n P u f t e n . R. deMaagd, N . T a b b , L. Veenstra; Row 2: C. Veenstra. L. VanHeest, A. Gabriels, B. Pennings. K. VerMeuIen. M. Gemmill. \ f . Richards, F. DeValojs, R. Bloodgood. S. Moran. P. Moran; Row 3: I). StoflFregan. !. VVesrh, Nf. T e r v e l t . D. Ferguson, H. Studdiford, M. Saunders, N. Freriks. M. Pickens, D. Raymer, J,. Kingma. j . Noxon, W . DeVries; Row 4: W. Hobler, N. Webster. L. Saunders, \V. Parson, G. Muyskens, R. Spencer, G. Hine, H . Verkaik, E. Stoddard, N. Ratering. R. Nelson, R. Huls

In an clTort to achieve its main function of promoting peace and world understanding, the International Relations Club has again this year fostered a program toward this end. Some of our activities have included lectures and films of various countries of Europe and their problems. Also, we conducted a drive for Netherland Flood Relief. "Destination Utopia" was the theme of our International Night this year, a new project for the Club. Delegates from the Club were also very active in attending local, regional, and state conferences in the field of international relations.

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Row 1: N. J o h n s o n , R. L c p p i n k (Pres.), M. J. Gccrlings, M. Karstcn. C. Dykstra, H . Bcrger; Row 2: F. DeValois, N. T h o m p s o n , S. Anderson, W . Sikkcma, P. Hui^enga, B. Keizcr

Beta Beta Beta is a national honorary biological fraternity established to promote scholarship and to encourage investigation in the life sciences. Biology majors who have maintained a high scholastic standard t h r o u g h o u t the required n u m b e r of course hours are invited to become full members of Tri-Beta. Provisional memberships are open to all students who find the biological sciences of special interest. Student papers, movies, and speakers c o n s t i t u t e the monthly programs of the Alpha Eta Chapter. They are designed to be of general interest and of practical value in the student's approach to life.

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Row I; J . Zack (Pres.), A. Russcher. R. Nfolcnaar, Dr. KleinhckscI, Mr. VanderPIot-R, I>r. VanZyl; Row 2: I). Wierda, J . Santinga. J. King, H. Veening, G. Straatsma, R. Burrows. R. Schul, J . v a n P u t t c n

T h e Chemistry Club was organized thirty years ago lo "encourage the study of chemistry at Hope and to perpetuate a fraternal spirit among its members"; it is a Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society. T h e Club has provided an extra-curricular approach to chemistry and prepared its members tor graduate studies and professions.

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T h e Hope-Ives is an organization comprised of Hope-ite wives who meet bi-weekly, and engage in activities on the campus and in the community. These are the m o t h e r s , housekeepers, cooks, budget balancers, and "l > h.T."s (Put Hubbie T h r u ) which keep Hope's married students happy.

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SLAGH & SONS

WARM FRIEND FLOWERS

RELIABLE CYCLE SHOP HOBBY DEPT.


KEN D E P R E E & WM. J. OLIVE, INS.

WOLBRINK INSURANCE AGENCY

DE ROO REALTY COMPANY

R. A. KLASSEN, INSURANCE-REALTY C. C. WOOD REAL ESTATE

VISSCHER-BROOKS, INSURANCE

ARNOLD W. H E R T E L INSURANCE 1. H. MARSILJE INSURANCE

SIMON BORR INSURANCE

LIEVENSE AGENCY, INSURANCE BEN LEMMEN INSURANCE

BEN L. VAN LENTE INSURANCE

N O R T H W E S T E R N MUTUAL, P. MARCUSSE


HOFFMEYER'S CENTRAL PARK BARBER SHOP

T H E PERSONALITY BEAUTY SALON

W H I T E CROSS BARBER SHOP

SUPREME DRY CLEANERS

MARVIN ALBERS CO.

WESTERN MACHINE T O O L WORKS

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