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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price : $ 2 . 50 a Year . EDITORIAL STAFF . Editor-in-Chief Roland E . Parrish , 29 * - *• »*«• - | ir _« H _^ B _is : i 0 H , « f Katheryne Severance , 30 *«<«•« _M ° « - \ £ _SESS 2 £ » Ronald McLaughlin . 30 Reporters . _DotOTBY Moors , 89 John Houston , 31 Mauon Cross , 39 Katheryne Heath , 31 Licit _Sblobb , 80 Charlotte Jamieson , 32 Laura Barrett , 30 Eric Friedheim , 32 William Wolowitz , 30 Daniei . Terrell , 33 Hyuan Lewis , 31 Gwendolyn Folsom , 32 Jane Lvtle , 31 Brooke Bright , 38 Special Contributors to This Issue . Elizabeth Hill , 30 Audrey Belt , 32 Roger Craven , 31 James Sfeer , 38 Dale Haworth , 38 BUSINESS STAFF . Business Manager Norman S . Cramer , 31 Advertising Manager . James E . Swan , 31 Circulation Manager Roger W . Craven , 31 Issue Editors for This Paper Katheryne Severance George Sixbey

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Lecture Entertains Large A . U . Audience Coarse Begins With Excellent Number by Sigmund Spaeth The chapel room was practically filled with students and friends ot the University last Saturday night to hear the lecture on Common Sense in Music given by Dr . Sigmund Spaeth , nationally known musician , and the general opinion was that the lecture was one of the best erer given at the college . The theme of Dr . Spaeths lecture was that music is easily appreciated by anyone who applies common sense to it . He illustrated his point by a number of examples of the simplicity in the composition and message of well-known passages of music . He showed with the use of the tune Yankee Doodle how a simple theme may be used in the production of a number of different types of music . The lecture was concluded with an amusing exhibition of the derivation of several popular songs from the themes of classic composers . The enjoyment of the program was greatly enhanced by Dr . Spaeths clever humor a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Temp kins Offers Classes Trophj First InUrmural Basketball Tour natnent to Be Played _Between Vacations A trophy , _consiBtlng of a shaft wltl a basketball and a figure of Wtnge < Victory , is to be presented to Amerl can University by Ellsworth Tomp kins , manager ot athletics , to encour age interclasB basketball . This trophy will be engraved witl the name ot the successful class ii the interclass games to be played be tween the Thanksgiving and Christ mas vacations this fall . It will bi deposited in a case in the Hurst Hal reading room , and it is planned t < put this trophy into competition foi several years . Mr . Tompklns said when inter viewed that since basketball is a present the leading sport here , hi hopes to discover new talent for th < varsity through _interclass games This year s team has received often of games from many prominent col leges , and should the team be sue _cessful , an even more ambitious schedule is planned for next y...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Cerde Francais Holds Meeting Rev . Florian Vorpillot Spoke oi French National Anthem The first regular monthly _meetinj of the Cercle Francais was held ot Wednesday , November 7 , In the par lors of the Womens Residence Hall Miss Rowanetta Allen , president ol the Cercle , presided , and the meeting was well attended . Rev . Floriai Vurplllot , pastor of the French con gregatlon at St . Johns Church , gave a very interesting talk on The Mar seillaise . He told in a vivid man ner how the anthem was born , oi sprung up totally by inspiration , from Rouget de Lisle ; how it _wsj baptized , or used for the first time , by the French troops from Marseilles in the Revolution , and , finally , how it was married , or adopted by the French people as their national anthem . The talk was , of course , all In French . Music was furnished by Mllle . Schaal , who rendered violin and vocal solos , and by Miss Virginia Pratt , who offered a vocal solo . The members then adjourned to the din-ing-ro...

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Glee Club Now Holding Two Reheanab Weekly [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Glee Club Now Holding Two Reheanab Weekly By Eki . c Fhirdhbim A cold , clear day , filled with a late fall tang . Trees painted In myriad colors . A small , sharp breeze bringing a rosy hue . to the cheek . Everything alive with a feeling of vim and pep . Bub loads of eager and excited people off to the stadium . The gridiron empty , resembling a giant green carpet , offering a contrast with the gayly bedecked stands , the multi-colored waving banners and flags . Happy and carefree sounds from the crowd , intermingled with blatant tones from the marching band . Splitting cheers rend the frosty air , swelling into great volume as a score of _blue-jerseyed _gridders dance nimbly upon the field . A perfect setting for an American U . victory this Saturday . I LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER One of the most interesting things brought to light during the past week is that Milton Folston , corpulent varsity fullback , 1 b the possessor of exactly twelve nicknames . After extensive research they ...

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American Eleven Wins First Game [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

American Eleven Wins First Game Defeat Bridgewater 12-6 With Both Tonchdowns Made Ob Forward Pane * On Saturday , November 3 , thi American University football team , much beaten , much injured , but still much willing and much improved , attained their first triumph of the current season . Bridgewater was defeated , 12-6 , following a run of four straight lickings , one tie , a score famine , many injuries , scads of misplays , unbounded effort , heart-warm * ing display of guts . A . U . beat Bridgewater . They tied Shenandoah but a week before . A . U . beat a better team in Bridgewater than they tied in Shenandoah . All of which resolves itself into the elmpie statement—A . U . played football for the second time this season against Bridgewater . The first time was in the Oallaudet game . Milt Crist , _Chubbles Folston , On Fire Olsen _, Wolly and Sully , Hen Johnson , Lynn Corson , Sleepy and Bitt . And the rest . They achieved the seemingly impossible—a victory , Milt made the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Girls Play Holton Arms on Saturday Womens Finr Intercollegiate Game to Be at Ellipse Both the Varsity and the class women s hockey teams have a full schedule ahead of them . The Varsity team plays Holton Arms on Saturday , November 17 , at 11 : 00 a . m . at the Ellipse field behind the White _Houbc , and George Washington on Tuesday , November 27 . The class teams follow a schedule of games in which a team must lose two games in order to be out of the series . According to this the Sophomores , who lost their first game to the Juniors , 6-4 , wil play the losers of the Senior-Freshman game . This game will be played on Monday , November 19 . The Sophomores had previously beaten the Freshmen , 5-2 , and the Juniors , the Seniors , 6-0 . The new girls on the Varsity squad are making their own uniforms at the expense ot the school . The Varsity squad includes the following twenty-two members : Allen , Belz , Severance , Moore , B . Evans , Goodman , Bricker , Lybrook , Putnam , Smith ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Chartered by Congress 1891 Protestant Co-Educational College of Liberal Arts School of the Political Sciences Graduate School Write for Catalogues Lucius C . Clark , Chancellor MORGAN BROS . Drug Stores Store No . 1 Store No . 2 300 / PSt . N . W . 4231 Wi .. Ave . W . 673 _Clev . 6265 Real Drug Service Washington Cooperative Vesper Concert Course Washington Auditorium Artists Series , Twelve Events Nov . I I to Apr . 14 Ensemble Series , Twelve Event * Nov . I 3-Apr . 7 Sunday Evenings Dr . H . M . Dudley , Director Course Low—Tickets $ 4 , $ 6 , $ 8 For Sale . t 1010 Conn . Av _» . llGUDES Flowers I For All Occasion * 1212 F Street N . W . AUo 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W . I 3103 14 th St . N _. W . Phone . _Cleveland 4004 THE MACOMB ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS 3711 _Macomb Street Northwest For _ _0-Pt . S . rv . c . _^ nd _^ h . B _... C _^ _- Hata Cleaned and Blocked Work Called for and Delivered R « P » _rlng _Altering See Etz and See Better EDWIN ETZ Optometris...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

The Right Lord Bishop of London , who lectured to a representative group of students from the American University two years ago in the D . A . R . Hall , defies the Parliament on the question ot the sacrament . By letter he directed 160 members of the London diocese to continue reservation of the sacrament . SPOT-LIGHTS ON WORLD NEWS * • • Japan s 124 th Emperor , Hlrohlto , went through the Soku-Rei ceremony last Saturday at Kyoto . Scores of thousands welcomed the sovereign to the ancient home of his ancestors in a manner totally different from the Inauguration planned by our 31 st President . Empress Nagako will be the first consort in Japan to be enthroned with her husband . * * • The German newspapers call the stowaway of the Graf Zeppelin a bluff , and they suggest that he was hired to get an inside story ot the workings of the ship for American papers . However , in U . S . eyes , Clarence Terhune is a national figure , who in the space ot a single day has advanced from the p...

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Fleming Given Trip to Europe [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Fleming Given Trip to Europe Debate Coach Sent Abroad by _EnglUh-Speaking Union of City Arthur S . Flemming , instructor in Political Science at American University , spent seven weeks ot the past summer in a tour of Scotland , Ireland , and a part of the continent as the first traveling scholar of the Washington branch of the EnglishSpeaking Union . Mr . Flemming won the scholarship , which carries with it a stipend ot $ 600 , in competition with a large number of men teachers of the District of Columbia . The purpose of the carefully arranged tour was the advancement ot the cause to which the EnglishSpeaking Union is devoted—understanding among the various lands whose peoples spring from a common tradition . Mr . Flemming gave a report of his trip at the first fall meeting ot tile Washington Branch of the EnglishSpeaking Union , which was held in the Mayflower Hotel on Wednesday , November 2 . According to Mr . Flemming , there is a great need of systematic study by qualified pers...

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Interesting Books Added to Library [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Interesting Books Added to Library Encyclopfdias , Si t * of Go <( he and Shilkr , Golden Bough , Are Among Accestioni The ever-increasing library , housed in the Battelle Memorial Building , _ia one of the Bure 3 t signs of the healthy growth of this college . An able staff of students , under the direction ot Mrs . Varrelman and her assistant , Miss Field , are kept busy cataloging books of all types to be placed on the shelves . Among the most recent acquisitions is a complete twelve-volume edition of The Golden Bough , by Jame 3 George Frazer . This is one of the most complete reference works ever written in its field . It treats of the mythologies of the nations . A complete index guides the student to whatever reference he desires , whether it be the magic art , mythology , Oriental religions , or the doctrine of the external soul . The complete works of Schiller in fifteen volumes , and of Goethe in ten volumes , are now on the shelves . These are valuable addition...

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Budding Poetic Genius Encouraged by Dean Brown With Strange Results [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Budding Poetic Genius Encouraged by Dean Brown With Strange Results At one of Miss Brown s delightful parties held on Saturday evening , Nov . 3 , for sixteen of the students , some geniuses were Introduced and their masterpieces presented for the entertainment and enjoyment of those present . The masterpiece was in the form of poetry to be composed , using seven specific words . This provided a good portion of the evening s enjoyment and herewith is presented the winning poem for your enjoyment . The seven words specified were : Flapper , scintillate , shark , million , chop _suey , Hebrides , saxophone . TRUE STORY A policeman once sighted a flapper , He thought himself to be dapper , He bought her chop suey , Which turned out to be gooey , And he found her an astonishing _slapper . And now a man with a million , Who owned a large dancing pavilllon , Bought a new saxophone To _ser nade her by phone , To entice her to his cotillion : The man with a million ran into a shark , Who dr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Organists Guild Admits A . U . Freshman as Member Leland W . Sprinkle , a freshman in this college , has received word that he has been accepted into membership of the Organists Guild of America . Mr . Sprinkle is one of the youngest members of the D . C . Chapter . He passed the required tests for membership with the exceptionally high grades of 95 and 98 per cent , respectively . Mr . Sprinkle has supplied on several church organs in this city , and is now engaged as organist in Foundry Methodist Sunday School . Prof . Varrelman Elected Advisor of Poetry Club Mr . Varrelman has been elected faculty advisor of the Poetry Club , Omlcron Epsilon Pi . The club has drafted a new constitution and has worked out some unique plans tor the year . Miss Pauline Fortney is teaching little children in a school in Arizona . Miss Dorothea Mehring , who received her M . A . at American University last June , is studying for her Ph . D . at Columbia University . * • • Miss Ruth Ely , a member of t...

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Eagle Quintet To Open Season _WithGallaudet _Friday , December 14 , _ftfarkt Openirg ; New Schedule Contains 15 Games [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Eagle Quintet To Open Season _WithGallaudet _Friday , December 14 , _ftfarkt Openirg ; New Schedule Contains 15 Games Frosh Five Squad To Schedule Games Friday , December 14 , marking the opening of the Eagles court season , Coach _Springston has begun _Inten sive preliminary training , in order to whip his small squad Into the best possible form , and to register a win over Gallaudet , who will oppose the Americans that day . The basket-ball schedule has been revised by Coach _Springston and Ellsworth Tompkins , athletic manager , and will consist ot 15 games . Following the game with the Kendall Greeners , Virginia Medical College will be met at Richmond . January will witness two contests with George Washington , and one with Catholic U . Navy , _Duquesne , Catholic V ., Juniata , Virginia Medical College and St . Johns are booked for February . with a final George Washington game in March . Last week the team saw its initial workouts against Central High School . These scrimamge...

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Cast of Faculty Plays on Dec . 7 Partly Chosen Annual Party By Women of Faculty Free To Students And Faculty Members [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Cast of Faculty Plays on Dec . 7 Partly Chosen Annual Party By Women of Faculty Free To Students And Faculty Members Glee Club Needs New College Sods Dr . Golder , otherwise professor of English , will star as the hero of Chekhovs play , The Boor ( a romantle , swashbuckling comedy ) , the first of the group of plays which will form the program at the annual party given by the Womens Faculty _qiub to the A . U . faculty and student body .. Mrs . Charles Marsh and Miss Myrtle Power will support Dr . Golder in Chekhov s one-act comedy . Suppressed Desires , by Susan _Glaspell , a satire on Freudian psychology , features Phyllis Lamar , Dr . Ferguson , and Dr . Marsh . Rumor states that Dr . Ferguson s role is somewhat different psychologically from the one she usually plays . The third play , The Mouse Trap , by William Dean Howells , presents one more phase in the continual bat tie between sexes . In this case the subject under discussion is the courage of woman . Miss Moler , Miss W...

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