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Men ' s Glee Club Preparinf Program For Concert Work [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

Men s Glee Club Preparinf Program For Concert Work The Men s Glee Club , under the dl _< rection of L . Deane Shure , is working hard on a concert program to be given at various places during the season . At least one out-of-town en < gagement Is being planned . Rehearsals are held twice a week In preparation for the program which will consist of several selections by the entire Glee Club assisted by a quartet and solo numbers . As the club is to represent A . U . at the presentation of this program , a contest is being conducted for words for a college song . This contest will close at 12 noon on November 28 .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

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

OUT IN THE WIDE WORLD Guest Room in Dormitory Furnished by Guild Members Bernard Shaw to the fore against bigotry , censorship and lop-sideness ! The Censorship Bill before the Dull Is fit Tor the extermination and abjection of the Irish people only , says { heir statesman . One Democrat who succeeded In the election , _Trammell , and three _ftepnblicans _, Johnson , LaFollette , and Greene , report that they made no expenditures and received no contributions in the late campaign . The time has come for regulating com petition among women . The cause of inequality of labor prices comes from women underbidding men . tabor can correct this situation by collective bargaining ( that Is . the union promises not to let its members undercut prices ) , and by Jaws which enforce a minimum standard . Women engage In twentysix occupations , and at present the problem is to get enough jobs to go around . Sevilles exhibition planned for March 15 , 1929 , is nearing completion in the erection of ...

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

French Students May Study and Enjoy Year in France An opportunity to enjoy a year spent in France and at the same time to secure credit toward their bachelor degree is now open to undergraduate students who have had four years of French and have shown an aptitude for the language . The cost of the year from July to July is about $ 1 , 500 , which includes the ocean voyage , traveling expenses in France , room , board , tuition , and other tees . A limited number of scholarships of $ 300 are open to competition by students of any American college or university . Any freshman or sophomore interested in spending their junior year in France may obtain further information from Miss Gait . Scott Talks To Club On Mexico Club Initiates New Members At Special Met ting Tonight The recent meeting of the International Relations Club , held Wednesday , November 14 , featured a very interesting and instructive talk on The Diplomatic Relations of Mexico up to the Treaty of 1848 , by Mr . M . E . S...

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

Guild Dinner Great Success AH College Party Draws Large Crowd loternatimal Atmosphere Pervades A . U . Gyomasium As La _> ge Group Gathers Amid the blaze of streamers , whose colors blended with those of the flags of many nations , the brilliancy of the quiet costumes of the waitresses , and the strains of the Marseilles and The Star-Spangled Banner , an international spirit pervaded the atmosphere at the Foreign Dinner given by the Woman s Guild in the gymnasium on Friday evening , November 17 . From the beginning of the first course to the final curtain , the two hundred and thirty-two guests were entertained by the contact with first one nation , then another _, until they must have felt agreeably in touch with them all . In the decorations of the gym and on the menu there were five nations represented : Sweden , Mexico , Holland , France , and Czechoslovakia . The hall was divided into four parts , each representing one nation , and the colors of each nation were carr...

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

Remits of Statistical Survey of _Extra-Curricular Activities Given Extra • curricular activities are much discussed by those observing American colleges from the outside . Those on the inside accept them to a more or less extent frequently without comparing them with curricular activities as to value or consumption of time . The Eagle has made a statistical survey of the extra-curricular activities in the College of Liberal Arts , for the purpose both of showing the number of such activities and the actual amount of student participation in them . To give the figures increased interest , they have been _grouped according to classes . As far as is known , no such survey has ever been made in any other college or university . If such figures should ever turn up , there would be considerable interest and value in comparing them with the results for A . U . Fifteen extra-curricular activities have been considered , and they are listed with the number of students participating in each : ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 27 November 1928

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Chartered by _Consresa 1091 Protestant _Co-Educatiooal College of Liberal Arts School of the _Political Sciences _, : Graduate School ; Write for Catalogue * , f ( . Lucius C . Clark , Chancellor MORGAN BROS . Drag Stores Store No . I Store No , 2 3001 P St . N . W . 4231 Wis . Ave . W . 673 Clev . 6 _^ 26 ) Real Drug Service _>•> • • Washington Cooperative Vesper Concert Course _Washington _Auditoriura Artists Series , Twelve _Evppfa Nov . 1 ) to Apr . 14 .. . Ensemble Series , Twelve Events Nov . I 3-Apr . 7 Sunday Evenings Dr . H . M . Dudley , _Director Course Low—Tickets $ 4 , $ 6 , $ 8 For Sale at 1010 Conn . Ava . _GUDES Flowers For All Occasions 1212 F Street N . W . Al . o 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W 3103 14 th St . N . W . , Phone . Cleveland 4004 THE MACOMB ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS 3711 Macomb Street Nor » hweet For Prompt Service and the Beit CUaalM and Dyeing Call Ua H _« U Cleaned and Blocked Work Called lor and Delivered Repair...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
College of Liberal Arts Is Now Fully Accredited Unusually Quick Recognition Makes Degrees of First Full Graduating Class Acceptable by Graduate Schools Throughout the United States [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

College of Liberal Arts Is Now Fully Accredited Unusually Quick Recognition Makes Degrees of First Full Graduating Class Acceptable by Graduate Schools Throughout the United States _fhe Coile _^ e Liberal Arts the American University was ap ¬ proved as a standard college and mendation of the Commission on r the Association of Colleges and i States and Maryland at its meeting November 30 . This means that this College is George Washington ; and that all accepted by any graduate school College will appear mi the list of _atJ g s i fully accredited upon the recomHigher Institutions of Learning of Secondary Schools of the Middle at Atlantic City the week-end of on a par with Georgetown and work done in the College will be n the country . The name of the pproved colleges . I This recognition at this time is unique in that It has come before the College has graduated four classes . j _t _ sually colleges are not accredited j before they have graduated from four to six classes . This Colle...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dr . Jackson Heads Seminar To Palestine Next Summer American University to Conduct Trip to Mediterranean For Theological Students and Others Interested and Will Offer Regular Academic Credit [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

Dr . Jackson Heads Seminar To Palestine Next Summer American University to Conduct Trip to Mediterranean For Theological Students and Others Interested and Will Offer Regular Academic Credit Study in the Holy Land under the guidance of Dr . Jackson will be the main feature of an American University Seminar to Palestine during the summer of 1929 . The tour begins on June 26 , and lasts ten weeks , ending in New York on September 3 . Rome , Athens , the Pyramids , Jerusalem and Nazareth are but a few of the important places to be visited . Qualified students will receive academic credit for the work done . The Seminar proposes to provide for theological students , ministers , directors of religious education , and other interested persons , an opportunity to study in the Holy Land . The project is similar to that carried out by one of the colleges of Oxford University during the summer of 1927 . It will be a research course in the life and teachings of Jesus , and will do for the fiel...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
New Stadium Is ! Being Built On College Campus Stadium and Full-Time Coach Announced by Dean Woods For Next Autumn [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

New Stadium Is ! Being Built On College Campus Stadium and Full-Time Coach Announced by Dean Woods For Next Autumn The university will have its own stadium and athletic field next fall , according to an announcement made by Dean Woods in an address made at the varsity footfall banquet held last Wednesday evening . Work has already started in leveling off tbe area which lies in the triangle formed by Massachusetts and University Avenues behind the Chancellor s residence . The construction plans call for a concrete stadium , but the stands will probably not be completed for several seasons . The athletic field is to be in readiness for the 1929 football season and temporary wooden bleachers will be used until the completion of the concrete stands . The field itself will be equipped with a gridiron , baseball diamond running track and clubhouse . The dean also announced that the college will employ a full time athletic coach and director . The full time coach will be on the campus to a...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Crist Elected As Grid Captain [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

Crist Elected As Grid Captain Letter Certificates Awarded Nineteen Men at Football Banquet Wednesday Milton Crist , 30 , lightest man in this year s varsity football line-up and American s brainy signal-caller from quarterback position tor two years , was elected captain of the Orange and Blue eleven for next tall by the letter men attending the annual football banquet last Wednesday evening in the small _dinlng-hall The announcement was made by Bittinger , retiring captain , and was greeted with deafening applause by tbe twenty-tbree football men present . Crist played four years with the Williamsport Dickinson Seminary scrubs without winning a place on the team . His experience was valuable , however , for in his three seasons at A . U . he has won three varsity A _s in football . He is editor of this year s Aucola and is pastor of the Potomac Heights Community Church . The program of the banquet consisted first and foremost of food . Dean Woods then gave a talk , praising the wor...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Students Accord Dean Appreciation [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

Students Accord Dean Appreciation Brecky Club Plant Dance For Wtek After Holidays The following resolution was unanimously passed by the student body and conveyed by the pioneer students to Dean Woods at the chapel period on Wednesday , December 5 : Resolved , That we , the students and future graduates of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , desire to express - our profound appreciation to the one who above all others deserves the credit for winning the official recognition of the College recently accorded by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Middle Atlantic States and Maryland . To Dean George B . Woods we feel that our gratitude is due because of his prolonged and tireless struggle to set up and maintain the standards which hare earned for American University the unprecedented honor of being accredited by this important body before the seventh semester in the bisContinued on Pare 2 , Col . 5 ) The Brecky Club is planning to give a dance ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
McLeod and Goodman Win Story Contest [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

McLeod and Goodman Win Story Contest Two _Winaes Tie For First Prize ; _Crou i > Third First places in the Short Story of College Lite Contest have been awarded to Helen McLeod SO , author of Two Days , and to Helen Goodman 31 , author of Under the 8 urface . The two prises of SIB and f 10 in gold were divided between the two winners , each getting $ 12 . 60 . Honorable mention was accorded to Marlon Cross , 29 , for his Growth . The two prise-winning stories are quite antithetical to each other In style and handling . Under the Surface , in a well-constructed plot , deals with a love affair between two disillusioned young people which never discloses itself , remaining under the surface . On the other hand , Two Days contains no plot , but instead gives in detail a _slice-of-life . In a succession of realistic episodes , it presents an impression of life la a typical college . The principal them * of Growth is that a good deal of aerious thought underlies the frivolity o...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First Debate With George Washington [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

First Debate With George Washington Princeton University } Also On Debate Schedule George Washington University will be the first opponent of the American University debate squad at a debate to be held here on January 19 . The question is to be : Resolved , That the principle of complete freedom of speech and press on political and economic questions is sound . The feature of the northern trip of the American debaters will be a contest with Princeton University at Prince * ton on March 1 . A return debate with Princeton in Washington some > time in April is now pending . In the opening debate George Washington will take the affirmative and American U . the negative . It ta to be a decision debate . Another question which will be used by tbe debaters during tbe season is : _Ketotvei , That tbe present Jury system should be abolished Carleton College will take tbe affirm tive of this question in a declaim debate here on March It . Two • skates have been _schedoloi tor _tho—...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928

I Firm on a sweep ot campus Stands the American U ., _Builded with vision and labor , Pioneer dream come true ; Namesake of our great nation , Nurtured in ideals high . American—Alma Mater , Behold—thy banners fly ! American—Alma Mater , Lead on—the day is new ; The march begun must yet be won To the glory of Orange and Blue . II Orange from a new days sunrise Caught in the folds of Blue , Holding in deathless ensign A glory that is A . U ., Symbol of A . U . _s dawning In life that is greater to be . American—Alma Mater , The shrine ot our loyalty . American—Alma Mater , Lead on , etc . Tbe foregoing words were submitted to the Men s Glee Club as a new college sons , and have been sot to music by Prof . Oeaae ghure . The song will be presented by the Glee Club at an early data .

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