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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Pictures for Aucola To Be Completed Before Finals . students _loaving the University at the end of the semester must pay the remaining two dollars due on their Aucola . The editor of the Aucola also announces that all pictures must be taken before the final examinations . These Include the snapshots of the Seniors and all those who will be Juniors or Seniors next semester . Any interesting snapshots should be turned in immediately to Alice Hetzel . Pastorale Heads Cerde Program Chores Assists Players In A Short Musical Play The January meeting of Le Cercle Francais was held on Monday , January 14 , in the Women s Residence Hall . Ronald McLaughlin was chairman of the program committee for the meeting . The feature of the meeting was a short musical play , a French Pastorale . The cast was made up of Carlton Ayers and Delsie Appel in leading roles , assisted by James Quick , Rudolph Swanson , and Ronald McLaughlin , and a chorus composed of Doris Evans , Roberts Burr , Louise Murray ...
Frosh Rules End On Freshman Day [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Frosh Rules End On Freshman Day Underclass Men Play Hockey ; And Girls Football ; Judges Praise Freshmen The first annual Freshman Day was held the Wednesday before the Christmas holidays . At its conclusion all Freshman rules were taken off . The feature events ol the day were two contests between the Sophomores and Freshmen . The Sophomore men outplayed the Freshmen men in a game of girls hockey and were victorious by a 2 to 1 score . The game was featured by the humorous errors of the lnadept players . The Frosh girls battled their Soph sisters to a tie in a most exciting game of touch football . Both games were the cause of much laughter from the sidelines , where Dean Woods , Dean Brown , and a group of _studentB enjoyed the sport . Judge Corson , of the Men s Gosling Court , and Judge Stewart , of the Womens , both consider the Freshman rules to hare been as successful as was possible without better administrative support . Mr . Corson said that there was room for improvement ...
Tea To Be Held By Women ' s Guild [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
Tea To Be Held By Women s Guild Women s Reiidence Hall Will Be Scene oi Lincoln s Birthd-v Party On February 12 February 12 the Women s Guild will hold a tea in the Women s Residence Hall . Bach member may invite two guests . Mrs . Clark , the chairman for the tea , is planning to have the decorations of patriotic colors In honor of Lincoln s Birthday . For those who are new here at the college , a word about the Guild might prove of interest . It is an organization of women organized to further interest in the College . Mrs . Mary Logan Tucker , the president . has given the four-poster bed which stands in the guest room of the girls dormitory and other pieces of furniture there have been presented by various members of the Guild . In fact , throughout the hall may be seen articles of furniture donated at one time or other , a grateful example being the four blue lore-seats in the drawing room . The Guild is also raising a scholarship fund for girls , a much-needed and wanted insti...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 January 1929
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Fellowship Gospel Team Begins Work Potomac Heights Community Church Visited by Oxford Fellowship Delegates [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Fellowship Gospel Team Begins Work Potomac Heights Community Church Visited by Oxford Fellowship Delegates Ellery Walters Speaks Friday Last Sunday evening saw the beginning of the Gospel Team work of the Oxford Fellowship of the I niversity when a team , composed of four members of the Fellowship , took charge of the services at Potomac Heights Community Church . The Gospel Team campaign is a part of the regular organized work of the Oxford Fellowship , and is carried on in the spring of each year . This year there are to be three teams formed , from men who have not already charges of their own , and each team is to take charge of an evening service in some convenient church . When this has been accomplished , from these twelve men the four most promising for this line of work will be chosen to compose a sort of first team to represent the Fellowship . This first team , it is planned , will , within the next month or so , take charge of a morning service in sev ¬ eral of the lane ...
Women ' s Guild Invite Friends To Campus Tea Hundreds Expected to Attend Lincoln Tea to Be Held in Women ' s Dormitory [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Women s Guild Invite Friends To Campus Tea Hundreds Expected to Attend Lincoln Tea to Be Held in Women s Dormitory College Offers Ten New Courses Increase In Enrollment In Downtown Colleges Mrs . Mary Logan Tucker , President of the Woman s Guild of American University , has sent over five hundred invitations to a tea which is to be given by the Guild in the Women s Residence Hall on February 12 , from 3 to 5 P . M . The purpose of the tea is to create new friends for the University . As chairman of the invitation committee . Mrs . Tucker is expecting a large attendance as unusual Interest is being shown in the event . Sine Lincoln s birthday has been chosen for the event , the decorations are to be red , white and blue , although the nature of the affair has not been fully determined . Other prominent workers of the Guild who are to take part in the affair include : Mrs , Clark , general chairman ; Miss Brown , chairman of refreshment committee ; Mrs . W . F . McDowell , chairman o...
Dean Woods Appointed On Inaugural Committee [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Dean Woods Appointed On Inaugural Committee Musical Comedy Now In Rehearsal Mid-Year Registration Raises Enrollment to 260 Dr . Frederic P . Lee Added to Downtown Faculty I lean G . U . Woods has been appointed a member of the Inaugural Committee on the Reception of Governors of the States and Their Staffs . The chairman of this same committee is Edward F . Colladay . chairman of the Republican committee of the District of Columbia , and also a member of the board of trustees of the University . Sophomores Will Present An , Original Collegiate Show On 5 th of April A musical comedy is to be presented by members of the sophomore class on Friday , April 5 . The play , which is entirely original , has bean written by members of the sophomore class . The book was written by Betty . lacoby _, Carlton _Ayers , and Ellsworth Tompkins , and the lyrics were written by John Houston . Clair Altland , who composed the music for the play , will also direct the orchestra . The business side of th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Shakespearean Play Selected Tryouts Held Merchant of Venice to Be Given With Willis Delaplain in Role of Shylock Willis Delaplain , American s outstanding character actor , has been tentatively chosen to play Shylock in The Merchant of - _^ _^ j V e n I c e , - _^/ _K _^^ k . which has 4 _^^^^^^ been select- V J _^ K ¦ ed as the tra- _ _^ _P jL _^ V d 11 1 o n a 1 J _^ F S h _akespeare * _*^^ PL play of this _^^ _iji _^ _j _^ _BW year . Accord- _^^^^ _L . C _^^^^^ ing to Pro- _^^^^^ _# _^^^^ H fessor Hutr ) i 1 _^^^^^ J _^ _H _^^ H ins , the pla _\ l _^^^^^ k _^^^^^^| will be pm- _^^^ _nnnnjBnnnnnnnnnj duced in the .. _ , , . .. . Wilhs Delaplain . theater - gym around the first of May The first try-outs for the play have shown keen competition for the parts . Orel Belle Claflin will probably take the part of Portia , although Lucille Sparks and ClaTibel Eaton are among the leading contenders for the part . Sara Martz , talented comedian , will probably be found in the masculine rol...
Eagle Quintet Breaks Jinx [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Eagle Quintet Breaks Jinx American U , Wins Second Game From G . W . By Score 35-29 . LaFavre Stars For A . U . In a close but slow game the American quintet emerged victor over the George Washington five last Tuesday night in the American Gym by a score of 35-29 . Erratic playing by both teams marked the entire game , with G . W . establishing a five-point lead by getting the tip-off , but American found its feet and the half ended with the team leading by three points . American held the lead throughout the second half , but showed a lack of scoring punch . The Eagles established a six-point lead early in this half , but the H-Streeters broke through several times with brilliant playing to threaten this lead . The game was marked by many fouls , both Lichliter and _Allshouse going out on personals . LaFavre starred for American , with Snow standing out for the visitors . The game , which was the first American has ever won from George Washington on Its home floor , was witnessed b...
Students to Visit Cathedral Feb . 9 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Students to Visit Cathedral Feb . 9 Professor Hutchins to Conduct Students on Tour of St . Albans A visit through the Cathedral will be conducted by Professor Hutchins Saturday , February 9 . It has been , planned to interest not only thoee studying art , but any students desiring to go . Ab St . Albans is being built with the vision of rivaling the famous old cathedrals of the Renaissance , n will be profitable tor every student at A . U . to take advantage of the opportunity of seeing , understanding , and appreciating . There is no one perhaps in all of Washington who Is more fitly equipped to give the tour a spicy flavor than Mr . Hutchins . Wherefore , all those who realize the good fortune bestowed on A . U . will meet at St . Albans , Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues , at 1 P . M ., Saturday , February 8 . During the chapel period just preceding the day planned for the trip , Mr . Hutchins will give an interesting and Instructive talk on Gothic architecture by way of prepa...
International Relation ! Club Addressed by MnD [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
International Relation ! Club Addressed by MnD Rosalie Jones Dill , wife of Senator Dill , of Washington , delivered an address on The Kellogg Peace Treaty and World Peace Wednesday , January 30 , before an open meeting of tho International Relations Club at the Women _s Residence Hall . Mrs . Dill before her marriage was graduated from American University in 1922 with the degree of Doctor of Civil Law . She wrote aa her thesis The Influence on _International Relations of the Different standard * of Living In Different Countries .
Kelbaugh Assumes Comptroller Duties [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Kelbaugh Assumes Comptroller Duties With newly printed forms and an elaborate system of books , Edwin Kelbaugh assumed his _jjjities ad comptroller February first . Comptroller Kelbaugh is In bis temporary office in the hall of the second floor of Batelle Memorial _^ nd is ready to receive all funds of the organizations of the college . Office hours are from ] to 2 P . M . daily except Saturday and SundayT
Freshmen to Give Dance on Saturday , February 9 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929
Freshmen to Give Dance \ on Saturday , February 9 A Valentine Dance will be given under the auspices of the Freshman Class , in the College Gymnasium , on Saturday , February 9 . Elaborate decorations of red and white are to be one of the features of the occasion . The committee in charge of the dance is composed of Ward _Mitchel , Frances Baker , Paul Hinckley , Dorothy Dunmire , George _Ulsen , and Lucy Dunbar .