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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

War Our semi-annual skirmish has just been concluded . Some with eagerness and others with trepidation await the posting the lists of honors and casualties . Most of the smoke of battle has cleared away , material reconstruction has progressed so that little is to be seen of the recent disorder ; but we are all veterans now and we still carry vivid memories of the engagements . For it was WAR . Colleges , we are told , win their recognitions and make their reputations by raising and maintaining their scholastic standards . Now , raising and maintaining scholastic standards means the raising and maintaining of requirements for the quantity of work done by the student and the quality of the work done by the student , thus setting a higher value upon the individual grade indicators . College professors and instructors hare their Just ambitions . They are all struggling , especially those less advanced in years and experience , to make a name and reputation for themselves—endeavoring to...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Editor Parrish Completing Work Leaves the Eagle College Marked by Scholastic Record and Participation la Campus Activities Having completed his course , Ro land E . Parrish , editor of The Eaole for the past year , has _necessarily given up hit b _*? V _^^ _% t * P o » i t i o n . V _^^^^^^ Coming tc jfj < ° _^^^^^ B < lle college a ( : i _LWg _^^ K _ aKe ot 1 E _HRf _^^^ B years . Par- \ _- _^^^ _g V ) sh Quickly J _^ _- _^^ K _established a _^^ wEV _^ J _^^^ reputation _f _^^ Bflfi _ra _^ lj _^^^^ _ scholar- ^^^^ BMH _^|^^^^ b _\ - I , and his _^^^^ H _|^^^^^^^ _B i years _^^^^^^ H _^^^^^^ _B tHnd him ac- ^^^^ I _^ B _^^^^^^ _I lm in manv _11 r _ti a n i z aRoland E . Parrish lions , besides four _yeiii-. _s of _fiMitliall . in which he won his letter thin year . Parrish lost many hours sleep this year in order that The Eagle might appear on time , and the staff has been so organized under his direction that it is hoped that The Eagle can carry on without an ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

I LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER I ) V Klllc KltlKDIIKIM It is a pleasuve to welcome to the eolle . se two new members of the Biology department . Mademoiselle Fifl Cohen and Aloys Knochen , Esquire , compose this distinguished pair who are now swelling the ranks of the American University faculty . It is very doubtful as to whether Mademoiselle will be retained very long by the Board of Trustees , for her manners are rather risque . The conventional custom of wearing clothes is entirely against her Parisian principles , and she has no scruples about displaying publicly her internal and external anatomy . George Olsen , who at various times exhibits Byronic tendencies , tried to steal her heart one evening , but the unromantic night watchman assumed the role of Iago , and made the youthful swain return it . Aloys Knochen is the strong and silent type of individual . He makes no bones about his reticence . Mr . Knochen since seeing the light of day has never taken a shave , an interest ing ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Chimerical Fantasies A few years—imperceptibly we shall near that state from which one recalls even the recently experienced hurry and worry of examination week as cloaked in the shimmering gold of fond memory . We shall re member our days at A . U . with ten der feeling , our struggles , our hopes , our dreams , all will be dearer to ue when mellowed by the _separations and losses which time mixes so in evltably with each year s Joys . And what shall we wish ? That we had spent less of our too brief schooldays in the service of our Alma Mater ? That we bad been even more selfish in our plans and endeavors ? Hardly ! It s more and more _dreamu that well wish we had dreamed—more and more plans well wish we had planned—those trite bigger and better things well ache for having neglected . Now all ot these things are posslble for us , we can do anything ( in our minds ) , and where have the most satisfactory accomplished places been born but in the minds of For A . U .: Dream Number 1 ....

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Shakespearean Play Selected Tryouts Held [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Shakespearean Play Selected Tryouts Held ( Continued from l _ . _iue 1 ) studying for the role l _ _l-omiiniil among these are Jane tiicc and Helen Tucker . Other possible members of th € cast Include Carlton Ay ere as Loren co , Carl Levlne as Antonio , Slxbey as the Prince of Venice , and Milton Crist as _Bassanio . Competition for all these parts Is found with Clyde Williams , James Swan , and Roland Rice also trying tor the lover roles Professor Hutching will announce the official cast at a near future date . The date of the performance of a portion of King Lear before the Shakespearean Society has been changed from March 4 to March 11 , Professor Hutchins will take the part of Lear , while members of the class appear In his support .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Eagles Suffer Defeat In Dope Upsetting Game American Team in Slump Takes Small End of 28-25 Score [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Eagles Suffer Defeat In Dope Upsetting Game American Team in Slump Takes Small End of 28-25 Score Taxi Ride Puts Fight Into A . U . _^ G uard In Costly Trip Chancellor Entertains _Guestsfat Residence Hall American University took an unexpected defeat in its seventh game of the year from Catholic University , bitter court rival , on Monday , January 28 , at the C . U . Gymnasium . The final score was 28 to 25 . After drubbing Ellzabethtown on the preceding Saturday , the A . U . quintet Journeyed out to Ryan Gymnasium to battle the Catholic five on their own court . American followers were hoping for and expecting to see an American victory , as the Orange and Blue five had won five of their first six starts , while C . U . had failed to win a game this season . However , the crowd was soon given proof of the old saying that no game can be won on dope , as the American five , who could not find the basket with their shots , were beaten by the Catholic team , who waxed warm as they ba...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Eagle Offers Prize For the Best Story of An Interview With Biology Lab . Assistant [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Eagle Offers Prize For the Best Story of An Interview With Biology Lab . Assistant A rumor is in circulation that the latest addition to the college faculty —an assistant in the Biology Department—has so scandalized several of the present professors that they are about to resign in protest . However , an Eagle reporter , investigating the rumor , has found that it is unfounded—entirely too optimistic . The basis of the rumor probably lies in the fact that the new faculty member has a very fashionable figure , which she does not in the least hesitate to reveal completely . Thinness is the style , and she is so up-to-date in this respect that she is only a set of bones—in tact , you can call her a skeleton . Another possible cause for discontent on the part of the present teachers is jealousy , for unlike any member of any faculty heretofore , she is already very popular with the students , although here only two weeks . Her most unusual difference , however , is that—in direct contra...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Baltimore Team Loses To Eagles [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Baltimore Team Loses To Eagles Gifts of Volumes Added to Library Orange and Blue Take Fifth Victory From Orioles In Battle On Home Court The Golden Eagles captured their fifth prey of this year when they took to their lair on January 26 a score of 55-40 from Baltimore University . The Eagle machine got away with a flying start and soon had the Baltimore five 18-13 . But the B . U . quintette showed its determination when it managed to tie the score at 25-25 . From then on excitement was ripe . Both teams were fighting for an advantage , with neither one gaining much of a lead on the other . The score was still close at the beginning of the second period . But then as usual A . U . reached its stride and the B . U . squad was left somewhere in the distance . The Baltimore club tried to rally again but was unsuccessful in the attempt and the game ended with the Orange and Blue dribblers again victorious . Faster games than this are seldom witnessed . It almost looked like a blur as th...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . Basketball Team Beaten By Navy Five Navy Easily Win First Game With A . U . Eagles Retarded By Loss of Two Stars [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

A . U . Basketball Team Beaten By Navy Five Navy Easily Win First Game With A . U . Eagles Retarded By Loss of Two Stars Sophomore Team Wins Over Freshmen In Hard Fight Battling against odds on a strange floor , the American _Universtiy basketball team gave a creditable account of themselves in their 46 to 21 defeat by the Naval Academy five Saturday afternoon . Handicapped by the absence ot Burgess , sterling forward , and Dave Llchliter , regular center , who were kept from the game as a result ot the Naval Academy restriction of first-year men , the Eagles fought the navy quintet to a standstill the first half , which ended 18 to 15 in favor of the big navy team . Shloss , veteran A . U . guard opened the scoring by sinking a long pot shot ; Keasier duplicated this soon after , and a _charity throw gave the Orange and Blue an early lead of 5 to 0 . Soon , however , the navy team evened things up and forged slightly aheadat the half after a nip and tuck battle . Constantly inserti...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Girls Will Make Basketball Debut [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Girls Will Make Basketball Debut Strong Combination Will Fight In New Uniforms Of Orange & Bine Making their debut in new Orange and Blue uniforms , the women s basketball team opens the season Saturday afternoon , February 16 , at Galludet . A game follows on February 21 with the co-eds from George Washington , and on Febiuary 2 Cth they will meet the Fairmont live . Both these games will be at 3 : 30 in the women s gym . An unusually strong team has been assembled this _year with Jacoby and _Fullows as forwards , Severance and Allen as centers , and Flowers and Marlz us guards . In planning for the coming games , Miss Wult , director ol physical education for the women , said : The girls have given the school support in other contests , and we are hoping that we may have the support of the entire student body when these games are played . Although hard luck trailed the Jester Club in giving its dance , with an entanglement with faculty _rulings and the disappearance of...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First Game With Buff and Blue Proves to Be Runaway For American Eagles [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

First Game With Buff and Blue Proves to Be Runaway For American Eagles A . U . DefeatsG . W . On Home Court Of Colonials On the evening of January 16 th , the team and student body of American University Journeyed to George Washington to take part in and witness a real basketball game . The A . U . five was all set for a win to avenge the football and past basketball deteats . At the whistle both teams were in it for the best they had . The Eagles got the Jump and were away for a basket . From then on the tallies began to roll up and at no time did the Colonials have the lead . The Orange and Blue led at the end of the first half with a score of 15-11 . If the Eagles gave their best the first half then they gave better the second half . It looked as if a hurricane had struck the Colonials as time after time the Golden Eagles swept down the floor , seeming to drop baskets from all sections of the floor . During this last session the downtowners managed to get one foul shot . This was...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Recognized Authority -j £ f c _0 _* £ L f » _& 0 * _Luciua C . Clark . Chancellor [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

Recognized Authorityj £ f c _0 _* £ L f » _& 0 * _Luciua C . Clark . Chancellor _izmtrjr Write for _CataUgvee

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
D . Milan * & Sons [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

D . Milan * & Sons Printer * Phone Main _964-96 S 707 EIGHTH STREET N . W

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

SPORT MART 914 F St ., N . W . 1303 F St ., N Athletic Goods Sweaters

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 February 1929

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Chartered by _Congret * 1891 Protestant Co-Educati College of Liberal Arts School of the Political Sciences Graduate School

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