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Women Debaters To Boston ; Men To New York U _TriarguW Debate With Westei n Maryland At d Hood Opens Season [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Women Debaters To Boston ; Men To New York U _TriarguW Debate With Westei n Maryland At d Hood Opens Season Speech Contest Plans Completed test , March i and I . _Inur-atata Oon test Mane * Si and It . A trip for the Women s Debate Team to Boston is being planned for the first part of March to include debates with Boston University , New York University , and some other women s college in that vicinity . This will be the crowning feature of the debate season for the women of American University . The women s debating season will open with a triangular debate with Western Maryland University , Hood , and American University on the evening of February 16 . As is the custom in triangular debates affirmative teams travel so that on the same night American will be debating Western Maryland and Hood with a team at home and visiting . Tho question for this debate as well as for several of t the others will be , Resolved : That the principle ot complete freedom of speech and press on politi...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Series _cf Vocational Teas Spccsored By Association [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Series _cf Vocational Teas Spccsored By Association J . Johnson Heads Social Committee Dr . _Eisalen Honored Py Oxford Fellowship Tonight Dr . Clark Addresses Rotary Club At Luncheon Wed The Woman s Student Government Association la sponsoring a series of vocational teas to be given during the winter in order that the girls may _moet women of various professions and learn something of their work . This will enable the girls to get acquainted with vocations and perhaps help some to choose their career . At the house meeting held Tuesday night , Nov . 30 , votes were taken on a number of vocations in which the girls were interested , and the following ranked the highest : Librarian , social secretary , government worker , interior decorator , personnel worker , and Journalist . Plans are now being made and the teas will be held soon after the holidays . _Studect Council Appoints Athletic Committee To Confer With Faculty James Johnson was appointed chairman of the newly formed Social C...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Stanley Jones Gives Address [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Stanley Jones Gives Address Stvdenfs Accorded _Exceptional _Privilege Hearing India s Great Missionary Dr . E . Stanley Jones made the principal address at the Thanksgiving Convocation ,, which was held on Monday morning , November 26 , in the assembly hall . This speaker is a former missionary to India and an eminent lecturer . He is also a prominent author , and has written several books on India , his best known work being Christ oi the Indian Road . Besides hearing Dr . Jones give his very interesting talk , the entire student body and many visitors witnessed the usual formal academic procession of the faculty .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
American ' U . Doctor Given Place In French Cabinet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

American U . Doctor Given Place In French Cabinet Andre Tardleu _, who was recently appointed Minister of Interior in the new French cabinet under Premier Polncare , is one of the four who have ever received the honorary degree ot the American University . He was granted the degree of Doctor of Civil Law at the Convocation of May 31 , 1917 , at the time when he was French High Commissioner to the United States , and was the first foreign recipient of the American University diploma . The post to which M . Tardieu was appointed Is an extremely important one , as it controls the prefects and the police and the general administration . Mr . Tardleu has been a professor in the School of Political Science at Paris .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Plans For Men ' s Dorm Vi'l Be Taken Up Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Plans For Men s Dorm Vil Be Taken Up Next Tuesday Definite action on the details of tbe construction of the new men s dormitory will probably be taken at an executive meeting on next Tuesday , December 4 . Two of tbe financial representatives of the University are now at work securing subscriptions for the $ 50 , 000 that must be on hand before the actual building operations can begin . Chancellor Clark reporta that the agents seem to be meeting with good success .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fox Theater _Vtes A . U . Banner For Decoration [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Fox Theater _Vtes A . U . Banner For Decoration A collegiate show being presented at the Fox Theatre during this week is being partly decorated with Amerl can U . banners and pennants borrowed from the College Bookstore , thus accounting for tbe _bookstore i bare appearance , along with decora tton * from tbe other universities la tat city .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER By Ekic FRiKittiRiu At the annual party to be given I )) the Faculty Women s Club _Decembei 7 , three one-act plays are to be pre _rented as a feature of the entertain ment . The Mouse Trap , Tb < Boor , and Suppressed Desires art the sketches chosen to be enacted with a faculty cast As this party is to be tendered tc the student body , it is the opinion ol this writer , after a perusal of the mid-semester grades , that the plays should be more appropriate for the occasion . Perhaps such a tragedy They Shall Not Pass , featuring Mr Varrelman , or The Mark That Failed with Dr . Hoiton in tbe leading role , and Break the News to Mother , starring Dean Woods , would add greatly to the zest of the program . • • • Delegates _Nichthauser and Fellows , of the Advisory Board of the Student Love Council , whose humanitarian functions are well known to many amourous couples , contribute the following poem to literature . IN DEFENSE OF ARTEMUS . Goddess of Lo...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Library Obtains More Additions [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Library Obtains More Additions Debaters To Go To N . Y . C . And Boston Reference Books and _Standard Works of Fiction Add to Library s Completeness Several new reference books , ai well as a number of fiction books , have been acquired by the library within the last two weeks . Among them is the first volume of tbe Dic tionary of American Biography . This is a set of books Issued three volumes per year by the American Council of Learned Societies . It may be compared to the Dictionary of National Biography tor England . Katherine Mayo s Mother India , which caused as much comment as any other book published in 19 S 7 , is among the new acquisitions . According to Miss Bernice Field , assistant librarian , it should not be read without A Son of Mother India Answers , by D . G . Mukerji . The latter was written by an Indian who received his education in America ant who opposed the statements made is Mother India . The library has been trying ta build up its standing collection ol sta...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Famous Baritone Is Well Receiver [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Famous Baritone Is Well Receiver Guild Dinner Great Success Many Students Are Attracted By Concerts ; Hopkins , Bryner To Take Part Lee . 16 About twenty American University students and a large representation from the faculty attended the second concert of the Washington Cooperative Concert Course , presenting John Charles Thomas , internationally known operatic and concert baritone , ably _aiBlsted by Eric Zardo on the piano , Bt the Washington Auditorium last Thursday evening . Mr . Thomas s performance was typically American , The lack of formality In the program , the mixture of the sublime and the ridiculous , and above all the artists radiating personality gave the performance a vitality which one almost does not expect in a vocal concert by a great singer . Mr . Thomass voice was wellnight faultless . Mr . Zardo , beside accompanying the singer , gave three numbers from Chopin as a piano solo . In the third concert of the Artist Series , which is to be presented al 3 : 30 p ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

A Flag Pole for the Campus We , as students of American University , are proud of our campus , for its buildings , for the extensive woods which are of such beauty , and for the wonderful view we have of the Potomac River Valley . It will not be many years before there will be abundant shrubbery on the campus proper , adding to the beauty . But there is one thing which the campus lacks . It is something which could be had soon , if steps were taken to obtain it . It is a detail which would r give to the campus a certain degree of completeness . What I refer to is a good tall flag pole some place on the campus , from which could be hung the beautiful large American Flag which is now tied in a semi-furled position on the front wall of the Chapel . Why should we not put Old Glory where it belongs , where it was made to be , on a tall pole out in the open , with the sky as a background instead of a wall , where it can wave in the breezes , be seen from afar , and can be a more glorious ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

This College Spirit The last issue of The Eagle , along with a large part of the student body , harped on the theme which was uppermost during that week in our college life , the developing of spirit for our last football and first hockey game of the season . There can be nothing but commendation for the results of this drive as shown by the student support at the two games . The great percentage of Americanites present at the contests , and the enthusiasm exhibited by them for the teams , won the attention of both friends and strangers , and had much to do with tempering the reports of the University which the scores of the athletic teams might have suggested . This college spirit—it won t come like manna from heaven , but it s coming nevertheless , and when we really have it , well know what it is worth in spiritualizing the life and atmosphere of American University campus .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Is The American U Band Only a Dream [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Is The American U Band Only a Dream What s happened to the A . U . band that we heard so much about some weeks ago ? According to Mr . Ayres , who has been taking a particular interest in this project , only five out of a possible fifteen or more have turned out Even tbe high schools bave their bands to stir up enthusiasm at games , to take part in school functions . Are we to be outclassed by them , by secondary schools and grade schools ? Although tbe football season has passed and a fine opportunity for good band work Is gone , there remains tbe rest of the year with Ita numerous activities How about some music at tbe basket ¬ ball games ? Other colleges no larger than ours are doing it ; high schools are doing it ; grade schools are doing U ; lets get in on it too ! Lets show the team that we are behind them ; let s show visiting teams that we have so mucb spirit that It cannot be contained in our voices , we simply have to bave a band . Get your shoulder to tbe wheel—and that m...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

THE AMERICAN EAGLE the Students of the College of Liberal Published every two weeks by Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C Subscription Price : $ 2 . 50 a Year . EDITORIAL STAFF . Roland E . Parrish , 29 ( Sarah Roher , 29 ( Samuel C . Bilbrough , 29 C Kathbrynb Severance , 30 j George Six bey , 30 | Raymond Spaeth , 30 I Ronald McLaughlin , 30 Editor-in-Chief ... AMotiate Editors _aUtollSftEu _jSjuitOfS Reporters . Katbsym _Hkatr , 31 Charlotte Jamibson , 32 Eric Friedheim , 33 Daniei . Terrell , 33 Gwendolyn Folsom , 38 Brooke Bright , 38 Dale Haworth , 38 _Dokjthy Moots , 88 Marion Cross , so Laon _Shlosb , 80 Laura Barrett , 30 William _Wolowitz , 30 Hyman Lewis , 31 Jane Lytle , 31 John Houston , 31 Special Charlotte Magbb _, 30 Elizabeth Hill , 30 Contributors to This Issue Carol Rigby , 31 Roger Craven . 31 BUSINESS STAFF . Norman S . Cramer , 31 James E . Swan , 31 Roger W . Craven , 31 Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager .. Issue Editor...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Hoi . r . vw <><>!> , Ki / ikiim While the editor Is calling the Weather Bureau to find out whether or not Hollywood has blown away , the writer will answer a slam directed at him by the redoubtable Eric Friedheim in the last edition of Tbk Eaoi . k . Ordinarily knocks are recognized as just so much hot air , and the reflection upon the knocker is greater than that upon the knocked . But in this case the writer feels as if Mr . Friedheim is directly in need of information . It yon remember , Mr . Friedheim , m the last edition , voiced his belief that the writer had never been fur ROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY _ther north than Frederick , Md ., while his . southern travels have been limited to one or two expeditions to Potomac Park . He is nearly correct . If I had been to all the towns I wrote about , the administration would probably not permit my articles in ihie publication . Am for only one or two expeditions to Potomac Park ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Administrative Secretary Does Part Toward _Maying Guild Dinner Exciting Hereafter Phyllis Lamar may exercise more caution in the use of pins on or about her person ; on the other hand , she may be even more careless . We give here the bare facts and you can decide for yourself . Just as our administrative secretary was starting to enjoy the Swedish course at the Women s Guild Dinner two Fridays ago , a pin that was attached to her dress happened to get Into too close proximity with her left wrist . It was just an ordinary straight pin that served no great purpose , but it succeeded quite as well as any fancy pin in puncturing a vein and sending forth a stream of blood all over her orange-colored dress . Miss Lamar did the only proper thing that could be done under the circumstances—she keeled over—directly into the arms of Lieut . Paul Thompson , U . S . N ., a handsome young bachelor member of her party . She is not quite certain as to whether she fainted because of the loss of blo...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fighting Eagles Downed by G . W [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Fighting Eagles Downed by G . W George _Washington Wins 19-0 But Eag ! i Put Up Great Fight ; Crist Injured American University s football warriors climaxed the current football season last Saturday by putting up the greatest fight that an A , U . team has ever put up against our ancient rivals , George Washington . The score ? G . W . won , 19-0 . But why talk of scores when there were so many pleasing Orange and Blue tinted features to the fracas . Believe this writer when he states that the Buff and Blue of G . W . was effectually smothered In the first half of the contest . They were . They make one touchdown on a trick play near the beginning of the game , and from then on it was nobody s business but American University s . The play for the remainder of the chukker was decidedly in G . W . territory . Olsen out-kicked the vaunted hooters of the downtown school consistently , and the _Orange-jerseyed team was presented with such a stubborn A . U . defense that nary an appreciab...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Freshmen Down Sophomores 26-0 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Freshmen Down Sophomores 26-0 Girl Rule Removed Thro Froifc Victory in Annual Contest Saturday Afternoon Better material and better training gave the Freshman football team sufficient advantage over the Sophomores to defeat them 26-0 In the annual grid class between the two classes held last Saturday on 8 t _Alban _ s field at 11 : 00 a . m . The Sophomores showed their greatest strength in passing , but were unable to put up a satisfactory defense against line-bucking and about-end interference , and the _Frosh tore through consistently to score four touchdowns in the forty minutes of play . The Soph s greatest threat was early in the second period when , receiving the kickoff after _Folston had Bcored the first touchdown , they completed three successive forwards , with Swan , Cagliola _, and _Cbllsoa juggling the receiving end . The scoring attempt ended with an Incomplete pass over the goal line . The losers were unable to register another first down until another desperate adva...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

A . U . Hockey Team Plays _^ W . to Tie Large Crowd Watches Fast Game With Downtown Girls The A . U _. hockey team played the G . W . girls to a tie , 2-2 , in a very exciting game Wednesday , Nov . 21 . G . W . made the first goal in a fine iweep down the field . Almost immediately this was retrieved by an A . U . goal . The play was fast , but no more goals were scored in the first half , which ended with the score 1-1 . During the interval Dan Terrell led the cheers . There was a great deal of spontaneous cheering— For Pete s sake , take that ball away from her !—all through the game . A . U . scored early in the second half . Ten minutes later the G . W . girls made a goal , tying the score again , 2-2 . The game then became even faster , but both lines held firm , and neither was able to score further . G . W . Lineup . A . U . Alverson R . W Hill Sproul R . I Appel 1 _rflhum C . «• Allen Chlndblom I * I B . _Bvann _Irey u _«/ Severance DuBose R . H Chadwlck Turnbull C . H Brlc...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faculty Members In Garden Contest [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Faculty Members In Garden Contest Take Prizes in Beautiiication of American University Park Three members of the American University faculty were concerned with the contest which the American University Park Citizens Association sponsored this summer tor the beautiflcation of American University Park . Dr . Olen F . Rouse was on the committee which judged the contest , in which Dr . Manning , thanks to the untiring efforts of Winston Manning , 30 , won the prize for the best-kept and all-around garden . Mr . Vallerman won the prize for the best arranged garden .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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