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Dr . Clark Will Represent A . U . At Atlantic City [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Dr . Clark Will Represent A . U . At Atlantic City College Glee Club Issues Call For New Members A LETTER Chancellor Lucius C . Clark will represent the University at the Financial and Fiduciary Conference to be held under the direction of the Association of American Colleges at Atlantic City , March 19 to 21 . In view of the extensive program of concerts planned for this spring , the American University Glee Club , desiring to increase its membership , has issued a call for new members . All men in the College who can sing and who are interested , are urged to see Harold Higgle , president , Ronald McLaughlin , student director , or any of the other members , immediately . Dear Editor : One day last week as Mr . Prye and his men were doing some excavating for the new stadium , they found a human skull which created no little interest . It is recorded that in ancient days there lived a race of people that had very thick skulls . The one Mr . Prye found seemed very heavy and he took ...
_cMtMaiBMHJSJSja / _sisisjasjajSBa _/ LOOKING THE I CAMPUS OVER HfEM _3 / _SJSJ _3 ) 5 J 5 J 5 _JEISJBJ _3 MS _® _5 _MSEI _5 By Eric Friedheim OUR HERO [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
_cMtMaiBMHJSJSja / _sisisjasjajSBa _/ LOOKING THE I CAMPUS OVER HfEM _3 / _SJSJ _3 ) 5 J 5 J 5 _JEISJBJ _3 MS _® _5 _MSEI _5 By Eric Friedheim OUR HERO The Class of 1929 includes among its members a most remarkable individual . It is exceedingly strange that Lynn Corson , the person in question , should acquire fame so late in his college career , but perhaps his case can be cited as an example of the old adage , If at first you dont succeed , etc . Lynn almost reached the pinnacle of greatness while on the varsity football team by establishing the season s fumbling record , having dropped the pigskin no less than 79 times in 7 games . There are many who are inclined to believe he could have made good as a waiter and perhaps would have given Roland Parrish some competition in the dish dropping game by virtue of his gridiron experience . However nothing is so fleeting as the glory acquired on the athletic field , and Corson s past achievements soon receded into the dim recesses of ti...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
ments in favor of the rule ol three , what are the objections to it ? It hinders athletic relationships with other colleges . Three games a season , only one of which can be played off the home court—no wonder that the girls basketball team has found it difficult to schedule games with other colleges , when they are unable to grant return games . No wonder that it is necessary to include prep schools in the athletic schedule , since by the rule of three A . U . cannot meet regular intercollegiate contest requirements . Moreover , it prevents hospitable relationships in women s athletics between A . U . and other colleges , since the rule of three makes ( and has made ) it impossible for A . U . to accept games offered on other courts . Finally , the rule of three taxes to the nth degree the girls loyalty to the team and enthusiasm for sport . An hour of solid practice five days a week for over two months requires no little sacrifice of effort and convenience , and all for three game...
AROUND THE WORLD WITH FOLLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
AROUND THE WORLD WITH FOLLY Hades I was told to go here by the editor , and due to the fact that a fourth cousin on my mother s side used to be a sheik of the Sahara , there is tropical blood coursing through my veins , the climate down here agreeing with me . I was forced to use my wits to get past the dogs who mind the gate , however , I had two copies of The Eagle with me , and I fed them my column , both dogs dying three minutes later of acute indigestion . Mayor _Mephistopheles , a profound Liberal , welcomed me as one- of his own , and inquired after the state of health of the American University faculty . I could not help but see a disappointed look in his face when I told him all were well . It so happened that the mayor had three more wives than Solomon , and he warned me , never to go near any of them , adding that I would lose one hair from my head every time I disobeyed . Imagine my embarrassment when at midnight of the second day I was getting bald . It was a hair in hi...
ROOMMATES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
ROOMMATES My roommate is my buddy , And neither of us study While at school . This should bind us both together , But Ive often wondered whether It really does . He wears my shirts , suits and tin , And Im sure he never buys A pair of socks . My tux matches my complexion , And it fits him to perfection At our dances . Him my girl I often lend , On his dates I always spend My own money . This story has no moral , But roommates shouldirt quarrel While at school . —L . Niekthaunr .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
The _Georgetown basketball games this year proved the versatility of the A . U .- ites . One-Eyed Conley looked amateurish beside some of our gate crashers . Some things we cant forget are : Doc Priedheim coming in with a wrench , saying he was a plumber to fix a leak . Wally looking for hia friend who had his ticket . Rug Lambert dressed in his basketball suit so he could run in with the Georgetown team . Lumb keeping the key to the locker room until they let him in . Altland sweeping the gym floor so that it would be clean for the game . Twenty-five fellows holding the ladder while Swan went up to fix the ceiling lights . Hamilton trying to walk in backwards . Parrish and Ryder climbing up to the Gym balcony . Lud Johnson talking to the _gate-kdeper while Hetrick sneaked in . The little trick Jarvis , Martin , and Dietrick played .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Eagles Win from St . John s and Catholic U . in Last Games of Season ( Continued from page 1 ) should not have a thought of winning and th _^ B same determination gave them the game at the final whistle with a score of 29 to 22 . American U . G . K . P . l _^ aFavre , F . 10 2 Burgess , F . 4 10 Uchlitcr , C . - __ 4 0 R Kea . ler , O . 3 2 8 Shloss , G 10 2 Totals 18 8 2 _fl Catholic V . O . F . P . Reilly , F . 5 0 10 Walsh , F 12 4 OBrien , C . 0 0 0 Matin , G . _ 8 17 Papalia , O . 0 0 0 Mullaney , G . Oil Totals 9 4 22 JUNIATA The Eagles journeyed to Huntington , Pa ., on Feb . 21 , where they lost to the Juniata College five with the close score of 27-26 . Andrews was the star for Juniata , while Burgess accounted for fifteen points for the orange and blue . The Indians opened with a rush and scored eight points before the Eagles were able to slip a counter through the net . Soon after , however , the American quintet found its stride and staged a rally to overcome the Indians...
First String Five make Fine Records ; Kessler Will Be Lost by Graduation [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
First String Five make Fine Records ; Kessler Will Be Lost by Graduation BURGESS JACK Captain Jack LeFavre has been a consistent player , leading the Eagles through a successful season . Jack has been a dependable man at the left forward post , and his playing has been of the steady quality so necessary for the success of any team . He has always placed teamwork ahead of personal glory . In the 16 games played by American U . this season , Jack has scored 76 points . He has always fought from the first whistle to the last . Being a member of the Junior Class , Jack will be one of the letter men to report to Coach Young next fall . Next year will be the third one in which Jack has appeared for the Orange and Blue . HONEY Bruce Kessler , the Tiny Tim of the team , has been a varsity player during every &lt;&gt; n t- of his three years at American . He might well lie label- • _rJ . Little hut Powerr u ! since us work has made the Ka _^ _lis a real team . His playinK has...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Northwestern Pennsylvania ( Where the Great Smokies really are ) It was only after much persuasion and his bringing into play all of his famous diplomatic powers , that Dean Woods finally gained permission of the American University Basketball Team to let themselves be excused from their classes so that they migh , t travel up to Northwestern Pennsylvania to engage Juniata College and Duquesne University in sociable games of Basket Ball . Huntington Juniata College is a very restricted school , and is hard to get into . But so would G . W . U . be if it were located in Huntington , Pa . One could not very well call Huntington a town—a novel experience would be a better name for the place . Jimmy Johnson must have been pretty well messed up from the long train trip , else that fellow would not have come up to him when the party got off the train and asked him if his party cared to stay in that big red building across the street—the gigantic two-story skysc...
Girls Win From Fairmont School [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Girls Win From Fairmont School Officials . It seems their plan was to let these convicts drive said cabs , and at the end of a week , the convicts would be open to charges of first degree murder . The way those bozos slide , skid , and smash up and down those mountains that are dubbed Pittsburgh streets would make a Rocky Mountain goat dizzy and those motorcycle riders who ride on a wall in the circus sideshows run for shelter . Street cars seemed at first to be a safer mode of travel , but how was I to know about the Pittsburgh fare system ? ( make your own pun ) . The idea is that sometimes one ia to pay upon boarding , and at other times upon leaving . ( It was on one of the latter street cars that the Scotchman was found after three days of searching . ) All the customer has to do is determine which is when . It perplexed me so that I almost decided to walk on the icy Pittaburgh streets , and only the fact that aating off a table is so much more comfortable than eating off a man...
LEARN THE PIANO IN TEN LESSONS TENOR-BANJO OR MANDOLIN IN FIVE LESSONS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
LEARN THE PIANO IN TEN LESSONS TENOR-BANJO OR MANDOLIN IN FIVE LESSONS Without nerve-racking , heart-breaking _tcalei and exercise * . You are taught to play by note in regular professional chord style . In your very Sr § t _leuon you will be able to play a popular number by note . SEND FOR IT ON APPROVAL The Hallmark SelMmtructor , ia the title of this method . Eight yean were required to perfect this great work . The entire course with the necessary examination sheets , is bound in one volume . The first lesson is unsealed which the student may examine and be his own JUDGE and JURY . The latter part of the Hallmark Self-Instructor , is sealed . Upon the student returning any copy of the Hallmark Self-Instructor with the seal unbroken , we will refund in full all money paid . This amazing Self-Instructor will be seat anywhere . You do not need to send any money . When you receive this new method of teaching music , deposit with the Postman the sum of ten dollar * . U you are not en...
"Bright Eyes" Discovers Better Part of Valor in First All-American Romance A COLLEGE ROMANCE a , a GOODMAN , steady as a HAMIL- [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Bright Eyes Discovers Better Part of Valor in First All-American Romance A COLLEGE ROMANCE a , a GOODMAN , steady as a HAMIL- By ???????? JO McVEY met BURGESS in the FORREST . Please DIMMETTE you , he said . He was a CARPENTER and he strung her a line . . . not a line , but a BELT . . . and he wound up by saying , Wedding BELZ for us , dearie ! Now arent you BRIGHT , said she , annoyed at the dark BROWN taste in her mouth which he caused her to have . She thought him no lady-KELLER . You re not BUCHAN at my idea , are you ? he asked , with a RINKEL in his forehead . Not exactly , SPAETH she . But I think you re a BUNCH of numb-SCULLs . You can FOLSOM but you cant fool me . I m CRAVEN a YOUNG , SWEETMAN fresh from the FIELD . . . one of the FELLOWS you call WHITE ; not WILDER than a WOLFE , like you ! NIPE your passion in the budf But youre the APPEL of my eye , he pleaded , with AYERS . Please dont be CROSS with me ; I cant BARRETT ; my WILLIS for the best . I met a FISHERman once ,...
Girls , Dance , Song In Rehearsal For Show [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Girls , Dance , Song In Rehearsal For Show American Mercury Offers Prize for Experience Story Phyllis Lamar Engaged to Ensign H . L . Hoerner , U . S . N . While the basketball team was practising the fast plays and combinations requiring lightning footwork which defeated C . U ., behind the curtain a piano tinkled and a line of legs repeated again and again methodical , fascinating motions . With seemingly tireless energy Bilk _stickings flashed in rhythm in complicated steps almost too quick for the eye to follow . The Sophomore musical comedy , which will be presented in the Gym on April 5 , is in rehearsal . Almost every day the practice goes on with Clair Altland or Louise Murray at the piano . The manager is expecting a telegram almost any day from John Tiller asking if he may hire the girls for a Broadway opening . His representative must surely be among the spies caught hovering around the curtain ends . Even Hurst Hall is hearing of musical comedy . Afternoon song rehearsal...
Special Leaders Address Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Special Leaders Address Chapel International Relations Discusses Dictators ( Continued from Page 1 ) proceeded with a discussion of the influence that Washington had on causing the constitution to be accepted by the American people , some of whom were afraid it would endanger their hard-won independence . __ Mr . Hoch concluded with a brief review of the nineteen amendments . On February 25 , Dr . John A . Randall , author of a number of books , and editor of the World Unity Magazine , spoke on The Demands of the Twentieth Century upon Religion . There are three great demands on the Christian world if the new ideal of World Unity Is to be realized : first , a deeper knowledge of our world and relations ; second , the abandonment of wicked and foolish prejudice ; and third , the birth of a new spirit . As Dr . Randall said , You must be born again if you are going to meet the demands of the new age . You must be lifted above your little • elf . The ideal of world unity has been dream...
Eagle Now Rated As 2 nd Class Mail [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Eagle Now Rated As 2 nd Class Mail One Half of Paper s 500 Copy Circulation Sent Thru Mail Admission to the Second Class of mail matter in the Post Office at Washington has been secured for The American Eagle , according : to an announcement of the Business Manager , Norman S . Cramer . This means that considerable saving will be effected in the mailing of papers in the out-of-town circulation . The total circulation of The Eagle amounts to 600 copies per issue , of which approximately onehalf are sent thru the mails . Heretofore , the cost of mailing The Eagle has been _IVie per copy . Altho , at present , only a small proportion of the outside circulation can be sent at Second Class rates under Post Office rules , still a definite saving will be effected , a saving which will increase as the circulation of the paper grows from year to year . Having secured admission to the privileges of Second Class Mails , The Eagle may enjoy them perpetually as long as it conforms to established...
A . U . Students Will Give Church Program March 10 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
A . U . Students Will Give Church Program March 10 The Quartet of the American University , composed of Leon K . Bry ner , R . C . McLaughlin , B . Fuchs and J . Harold Riggle , will sing at a meeting of the B . Y . P . U . at the Church of the Redeemer , New York Avenue and Kirby Streets , March 10 , at 6 : 30 . Edwin Ross , a member of the American University Oxford Fellowship , will speak . A program consisting of vocal and instrumental numbers has been arranged , and students from American University will be welcome at this meeting . The program will be in charge of A . E . Tedesco , a member of the Freshman Class of this college .
Residence Hall Has Many Visitors Over Week-End [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929
Residence Hall Has Many Visitors Over Week-End The Women s Residence Hal ) donned its most festive air during the week-end of the inauguration and seemed to be itself a drawing card to Washington . Many guests took this opportunity to kill two birds with one stone , to see the Inauguration of the new President and to visit their daughters and sons at college . Many guests from other colleges visited friends here .