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Christmas Play Well Received Orchestra , Quartet , and Glee [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
Christmas Play Well Received Orchestra , Quartet , and Glee Dean and Trustee Become Directors of Association Glee Club Plans For Week s Tour Chib Take Part in Annual Entertainment in Gym The presentation of Aria da Capo , Edna St . Vincent Millay s one-act play typifying tbe eternal cycle of comedy and tragedy in life , was the feature of the Christmas entertainment in the Gym Tuesday evening , December 18 . The play was presented by the Dramatic Club under the direction of Professor Will Hutchins . Carlton Ayere and Carl Levin as Corydon and ThyrsiB made their first appearance as actors on the A . U . stage . Orrel Belle Claflin , who played Columbine , was prominent in dramatics last year . Willis Delaplain , playing Pierrot , found a different part than he has played before . He has appeared in The Rivals , As You Like It , and The Day Lincoln Died . George Sixbey , who appeared as Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Sight last year , played the Dart of Cothurnus . This was the secon...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
The new device . Teletypesetter . for setting type by telegraph , proved suceeasful at Rochester in an experiment on December 6 . The secret of the new device is an electric typewriter which perforates ticker tape ; the code on the tape is then flashed by electricity into a newspaper office . These rolls of perforated tape will be a permanent record . The Hindus and Mussulmans are letting overeducated to the distress of the _Parsi community . Since English professors have been withdrawn and the upheaval of the communal spirit there is no longer a fair basis ot competition for the small Parsi group , especially in Bombay . Odessa , a cosmopolitan city of Russia on the North Sea , has been granted 23 , 000 , 000 rubles for renovation . This port should become a center for the import of Persian tea and supplies for the Ukrainian markets . spot-lights _worldTnews This is the week for the Feast of Lights in the District of Columbia . The service is a commemoration of the temple service a...
Faculty Astonish With Dramatic Art [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
Faculty Astonish With Dramatic Art Club Holds Annual Initiation Rites Those eyes , those _eyeB ! Ohhhhhh ! I m going mad—I ve fallen in love like a Sophomore ! . It will be a long time before the student body forgets these words , delivered by Dr . Oolder In his best dramatic style at one of the high points of The Boor , one of the two plays presented in the Gym at tbe party given by the Women s Faculty Club for the students on Friday evening , December 7 . The erstwhile professor of English appeared in a Russian costume , twirlIng a borrowed moustache , and fell violently in love with a most charming young widow , played by Mrs . Marsh . Miss Power completed the cast , appearing as the servant who fetched the vodka for the terrible Boor . The other play , Suppressed Desires , started everyone recalling all dreams of recent date and searching for their significance . Suppressed Desires presented Dr . Ferguson in the role of a highly psychologicalistir wife who almost loRt her husban...
Paul Whiteman Gives Concert [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
Paul Whiteman Gives Concert String Simfonietta To Appear on January 7 at Auditorium in Concert Scries Paul Whiteman and his orchestra , presenting their concert entitled The American Renaissance in Music at the Auditorium last Saturday evening , were received with great enthusiasm by the large audience present . Their glorified jazz , accompanied by an automobile pump and a little vaudeville , was an excellent interpretation of America s folk music . The following programs , to be presented through the Washington Concert Bureau , of which Dr . Dudley is director , will be of especial interest to students . On January 7 , the Philadelphia Chamber String Simfonietta , with Fabien Sevitzky conducting , will give a concert in the Washington Auditorium . The Simfonietta is com ¬ posed of eighteen of the first strings of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra , and is the finest chamber music organization in existence . The assisting artists will be Weldon Carter , pianist , and Charles Trow...
Foundry Epworth League Conducts Sunday Vespers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
Foundry Epworth League Conducts Sunday Vespers The Vesper Service of Sunday evening , December 9 , was conducted by members of the Epworth League of Foundry M . E . Church . The president of the League , Mr . Ross B . Zartman , was in charge of the meeting . Miss _Eloise V . Lindsay and Mr . Max Hunt gave very interesting talks based on Friendship , the topic of the meeting . Foundry League was well represented by many ot its young people who attended the Vesper service and were entertained at tea by the students of the University . The members of the Vesper Committee presented a worship service appropriate to the Christmas season in the Chapel Sunday , December 16 . Aedeste Fldeles , a short pageant written by some of tbe members of the committee , was the feature of the service . The committee was assisted by the Vesper Quartet and a few of the other students . Contributor—Some day you editors will fight for my poems . Editor—Well , I always was a good loser . —The Log .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1928
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Chapel Weekly To Be Given To Review of Book Kaufman Will Summarize Some Prominent Book in Field of _EnglishNextMonth [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Chapel Weekly To Be Given To Review of Book Kaufman Will Summarize Some Prominent Book in Field of _EnglishNextMonth Biology Labs May Be Moved An interesting innovation has been introduced for the chapel hour next semester . One of the professors is to be chosen by the chapel committee to give each Friday a resume of the things of value that he or she has found in one of the recent books in his or her department . These week ly resumes are meant to keep the student body ( and also the faculty ) abreast of contemporary developments and thought in various fields . The first ot these talks is to be given by Dr . Kaufman , the originator of the idea , as soon next month as possible . Dr . Kaufman is quite enthusiastic and serious about the proposition , and his talk will undoubtedly be well worth the time of the student body . Dr . Kinsman will follow in the next week . The third resume is to be given , according to present plans , by a member ot the science departments . The weekly boo...
Devine Resigns Post As Dean of Graduate School [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Devine Resigns Post As Dean of Graduate School Foreign Students Guests of College l ) r . Edward T . Devine , for the past two years and a half dean of the ( _Graduate School and professor of social economy , resigned recently to accept a position as director of the Bellevue-Yorkville Health Demonstration in New York City . The resignation is to become effective February 1 . The post held by Dr . Devine and the one held by the late Dr . Albert H . Putney , Director of thn School of Political Sciences , are to be combined under one administrative head , who has not yet been selected . The two downtown schools , however , are to continue as distinct units . Miss Ruth Devine , daughter of Dr . Devine , who has been registrar of the two schools , has also resigned to accompany her family to New York City . Mrs . Grace McCoy , who has been employed in the office for over a year , will take over her position . Dr . Devine bad just been reappointed to his position as Dean by the Trustees a...
Vol . 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Vol . 4 Kelbaugh Will Hold New Office Of Comptroller Student Now To Have Charge of All Moneys Handled By Organizations . Dining Hall to Have New Curtains at Guild Gift Kaufman To Assume Full Professorship At College Edwin Kelbaugh , 30 , has been appointed to the office of Comptroller , which has been recently created upon the recommendation of the faculty committee on the Auditing of Accounts of Student Organizations . A new system of handling the financial affairs of student organizations is to go into effect February 1 , 1929 . This system has been adopted in order to centralize the financial administrations of student activities and to eliminate the necessity of student officials maintaining numerous small bank accounts or being responsible for miscellaneous unbanked Funds . The only officer will be the comptroller . He is appointed by the Dean of the _College , upon the recommendation of the Faculty Committee on Accounts , from the members of the Junior or senior class . His co...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Debate Season Opens Saturday Against G . W . U . Rice , DeIapIain , and EspeyTo Take Negative of Freedom of Speech Question The debating season will be opened by American University Saturday night by a contest at Hurst Hall , on the campus , with a team from George Washington University . It will be the inauguration of forensic relations between the two local schools , and the start of one of the hardest schedules yet arranged by American University . Among the new opponents this year will be Princeton . The question for the first debate Saturday will be , Resolved , That the principle ot complete freedom of speech and press on political and economic questions is sound . George Washington will take the affirmative and American University the negative . The American University debaters will be Roland Rice , W . Willis Delaplain and Blake Espey . The debating schedule of American University this year is one of the best yet arranged , according to Arthur S . Flemming , debates coach , ...
Ex-Professor Is Now With Movies [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Ex-Professor Is Now With Movies Is Employed by Universal As First Psychologist Of Motion Pictures A former professor at American University has recently become the first psychologist to be officially employed in that capacity by the motion picture industry . Last month a contract was signed between Carl Laemmle , of the Universal Pictures Corporation , and William H . Marston , at present lecturer in psychology at Columbia and New York Universities , whereby the latter becomes Director of the Public Service Bureau of the Universal Pictures Corpora ; tion . This bureau is to supervise the emotional aspect ot _Unlversals pictures and attempt to establish more close emotional contact between mo ¬ tion pictures and the public . Universal is the first film company to recognize the need and valfte of such a bureau . _u . Mr . Marston was Professor ot Legal Psychology at the _American University immediately following the war . As a result of subsequent work at the Harvard * Psychology Labo...
North Dakota Paper Prints Writeup Concerning Crist [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
North Dakota Paper Prints Writeup Concerning Crist Inadvertently , through the fact that the football squad s choice for their captain next year happened to l &gt; e also a preacher at a local church , the American U . has received publicity in newspapers as far west as Grand Forks , N . Dak . A short Associated Press dispatch featuring Crist s versatility was published on December 14 by the Herald , of that city . The New York Times also printed the same dispatch on the Bame date . Large five-inch two-column cuts of Crist have been printed by the Providence Bulletin , of Providence , R . I ., and the Buffalo CourierExpress , N . Y . f with accounts of Crist . Washington papers made a major feature article of the subject , including the fact that Crist s prep school friend , who is also a minister , captained the Ohio Wesleyan University s eleven on several occasions last season . The Baltimore 8 un , which is the home town paper of both men , published a similar story with ...