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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 March 1929

GUDES Flowers For All Ocaiions 1212 F Street N . W . Also 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W 3103 14 th St . N . W . MORGAN BROS . _Drug Stores Store No . 1 Store No . 2 3001 P St . N . W . 4231 Wis . Ave W . 673 Clev . 6265 Real Drue : Service Sykes Barber Shop We Are Experts on Ladies Hair-Bobbing 4507 WISCONSIN AVENUE Just Above Nebraska Ave . BARBER & ROSS , INC . llth and G Streets N . W . Hardware , House Furnishings , Tools , Radio and Auto Supplies ThePrinting House of James C . Wood NOTED FOR FAIR DEALING 2021 Nichols Ave . S . E . Line 238 Phone . Cleveland 4004 THE MACOMB ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS S 711 MACOMB STREET N . W . For Prompt Service and the Best Cleaning and Dyeing Call Us Hats Cleaned and Blocked Work Called for and Delivered Repairing Alteri SEE ETZ AND SEE BETTE Edwin H . Etz , Inc . Optometrists 1217 G Street N . W . J . D . Milans & Sons Printers Phone , Main 964-965 707 EIGHTH STREET N WESLEY HEIGHTS The Garden Spot of Washington W . C . and A ...

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Devotionals Planned For Easter Week Fellowship To Take Charge Of Sunrise Services In Dormitory Parlor [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Devotionals Planned For Easter Week Fellowship To Take Charge Of Sunrise Services In Dormitory Parlor Dr . Clark Visits Yale And Brown Secretary of A . A . U . r . Addresses Professors At the last meeting of the Oxford Fellowship , final arrangements were made for the Easter week service program , which will be sponsored by the Fellowship . The services will be held in the parlor of the Women s Residence Hall during the week beginning March 24 and continuing through Thursday , March 28 . They will be on the order of Morning Watch services , starting at 6 : 30 and continuing till 7 : 16 A . M . On Sunday , March 24 , the program will start at 7 : 30 and continue until 8 : 15 A . M . instead of at the regular time . The committee has arranged a very interesting program , using as a theme for the week , the four points of the cross : Spirituality , Sincerity , Service and Sacrifice . A short talk on each one of these subje ct * will be given by members of the Oxford Fellowship . On Sun...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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College Prize To Be Given To Honor Graduate Faculty To Consider Many Qualities Including All Phases Of College Life [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

College Prize To Be Given To Honor Graduate Faculty To Consider Many Qualities Including All Phases Of College Life Soph Actors Rehearse For NiceGoin Musical Comedy TakesShape As Date Of Presentation Looms On Horizon Plans Being Made For Spring Dance Dean G . B . Woods announced early this week that sin anonymous friend of the college had founded a prize of twenty-five dollars which is to be awarded annually to that member of the graduating class who during the four years of residence has made the largest contribution to the college . In making the award the faculty will take into consideration the following groups of qualities : 1 . Scholastic ability and attainments . 2 . Qualities of character , including integrity , courage , devotion to duty , sympathy , and unselfishness . 3 . Qualities of leadership , including initiative , spirit of cooperation , and moral force . 4 . Physical vigor , as shown by interest in sports or in other activities that make for physical wellbeinir . W...

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College Athletic Field Rapidly Taking Shape [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

College Athletic Field Rapidly Taking Shape Fun For All At Party Tomorrow Extemporaneous r _* Finals To Be Held Winners of Penn ., Md . And D . C . To Compete Here March 25 The American University Athletic Field is fast taking on the form of a real field , and according to Mr . Pi ye , superintendent of grounds next fall will find the field in finished shape with the concrete bases poured for the bleachers . During the past week the force has been busy resetting the Pin Oak trees which were planted a few years ago . O . C . Aubrey , engineer for the college , donated the new trees which were taken from his farm near Nokesville . Va . Special Features Planned For Student Entertainment And Get-together In Gym Features of the All-College Party to be held in the Gymnasium tomorrow evening , Friday , March 22 , at 9 o clock , are a one-act play , exhibition dancing , a varsity versus students basketball game , dancing , and eats . The cast chosen for The Pirates , the one-act comedy on t...

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Men ' s Debate Team Downed By Carleton Difficult Schedule of Home Encounters Faces Both Teams This Month [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Men s Debate Team Downed By Carleton Difficult Schedule of Home Encounters Faces Both Teams This Month New Entry Blanks In Use Next Year French Author To Address Students In Chapel April 2 The Men s debating team of American University , suffered its first defeat of the year last Tuesday evening , when the team from Carleton College invaded the campus and carried away a closely contested victory by a decision of two to one . The question under consideration was Resolved that the jury system should be abolished , and the affirmative was upheld by Carleton , represented by Herman B . Johnson , Kenneth W . Rowe and Lloyd M . McBride . The negative was defended by Blake Espey , W . Willis Delapiain and Roland Rice , of American . The debate was presided over by Dr . John H . Gray of the American University Graduate School , and the judges were , Mr . Wilbur Morse , of Harvard University ; Mr . Paul Shorb , of the University of North Dakota , and Mr . Harold Pellegrin , Director in tk * ...

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Student Council Selects Drama [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Student Council Selects Drama Cat 0 Nine Tails Featuring Barrett And Crist To Be Given Here April 19 Cat o Nine Tails , a mystery melodrama by Lawrence Worcester , is the play chosen by the Student Council , to be presented April 19 , in the gymnasium theatre for the purpose of raising funds to purchase a new electric orthophonic victrola for the women s residence hall . Tryouts were held during the past week , and Milton Crist announced the cast . The production will swing into intensive rehearsal during the next weeks . Business details are being handled by Herbert Elliot and Thomas Martin , while Eric Friedheim is in charge of the publicity . The cast : Mr . Gordon , Lee Fields ; Mrs . Gordon , _Estelle Wolfe ; Jimmy Gordon , Milton Crist ; Betty Weber , Laura Barrett ; Theodore Maitland , Dot Dunmire ; Henry , a servant , Otis Fellows ; Bridget , a servant , Lucy Dunbar ; Her daughter , Mary E . Hetrick ; Fox , a detective , Leon Shloss ; Miss Smith , a woman detective . Kay Hea...

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Ministers Address Oxford Fellowship [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Ministers Address Oxford Fellowship Gospel Team To Lead Services At Hamline And Brookland The Oxford Fellowship is following out , for its meetings this semester , a series of talks and discussions by leading ministers of the city . On March 11 , Rev . F . C Reynolds , pastor of Wesley M . E . Church , was guest of the Fellowship at its meeting , and discussed the necessary qualifications of a minister . On March 18 , Dr . McKenney , a retired minister in Washington , gave an inspiring talk before the group . Other noted ministers will follow . The Gospel Team of the Fellowship will soon continue in its work which it started sometime ago when jt traveled to Silver Spring and took over the morning service at Woodside M . E . Church . On this Sunday evening , Palm Sunday , the team , which is composed of Keeler Faus , Edwin Ross , Carleton Avers , and Willis Delapiain , will lead the service at Hamline M . E . Church , which is located at 16 th and Allison Sts . On April 14 , the team...

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Women ' s Guild Planning Campus Garden Party [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Women s Guild Planning Campus Garden Party A garden party will be given on the College Campus some time in May by the Women s Guild , it was decided at their February meeting . The chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements is Mrs . John Nicholson , who was appointed by the president , Mrs . Mary Logan Tucker . The plan was adopted after Mrs . Edwin S . Puller had reported to the Guild the inadvisability of having a benefit at the National Theater and suggested instead a garden party . The suggestion was unanimously adopted .

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LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER _piridjgjajarajsiaisiBisjsjBiaiajsE By Eric Fbiedheim A LETHARGIC DISSERTATION If somnolence were measured in terms of money , Morpheus Bennett , 32 , would be paying an income tax $ 7 . 89 in excess to that of Henry Ford . Mr . Bennett is the world s horizontal champion by at least a hundred snores over his nearest competitor , Sleepy Lowe , former American U . athlete . After the football season it will be recalled that Lowe made it a habit of arising from bed only in cases of dire emergencies , such as 1 : 30 classes and supper . Bennett also assumes a vertical posture in cases of emergencies , but they do not include classes and meals . One day he momentarily astounded his nine roommates at the Macomb Street apartment , by arising at the crow of the cock . His purpose soon became evident . Quickly raising the window , he threw a shoe at the well-meaning chanticleer , and succeeding in driving away the fowl , he lost no time in resuming his reclining procl...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

about our receipts which we obtained so cheaply . Of course we are always careful in our conversation not to allow the waiters to hear us talking about how little we ate . We must mention , however , that one or two of the less popular tourists had the patience to eat a few of these meals , and they told us that they really enjoyed them . We were quite surprised to find this out . We teased them some for it , and boastingly told them of the receipts we had from the same restaurants which we got without eating at all . It is truly surprising when we realize how greatly we are influenced in our college work by constantly thinking in terms of the values of grades , instead of the values of knowledge . We seem to be pressins our efforts more for the receipts than for the knowledge for which they stand . This attitude is easily observed in our preparation for our classes . We remark , How much do we have to read to get by ? In preparing for an exam we ask each other how much we will have...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

A . U . and Religion Occasionally one hears a student lamenting over the presence of excessive religion on the American University campus . Up to the present time we have not noticed any unfortunate conditions due to an overwhelming religious atmosphere . Religious freedom does not mean a lack of religion . It is doubtful if anyone could find a more liberal presentation of religion and Christianity than is found in the classrooms of American University . And even from among these generous instructions the student is free to choose what he pleases to believe . There are reasons why students of A . U . should be glad to belong to an institution which was founded upon Christian principles and which has continued to foster these principles . Sane Christianity has always served as a guide for young people ; it has always furnished worth-while goals . It is the fountain-head of all of the highest ideals of life , without which life is barren and worthless . Too many institutions of learni...

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THE AMERICAN EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weefcs by tkt Students of the College of Liberal Aria of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price - $ 9 . 50 a Yeat _Sntercd as second-class matter , Octobei 8 , 1838 , at the post office , at Washington , D . C , under Act of March 8 , 18 TO . EDITORIAL STAFF Editorial Board Sarah Rotor . * M Samuel C . Bllbrouih , M Katharyne 8 e » erance , M O « _ori « L . 8 i » bt » , M Raymond Spaeth , M Ronald McUughlin . M _Reporters Annie Louise _Flalf , * S 9 Laura Barrett 10 William Wolowitt . M Htltn Goodman , ! M Loon _fthloaa , M Hyman _Ltwia , II , Jane _Lvtle . •« j John HoustonII - : Kathryn Heath , II Roger Craven , Si . Eric Friedheiro , _&amp;gt; M a Daniel Terrell , •» p Gwendolyn Folaom , * SS * J Brooke Brifht , M Dale Haworth , II Audrey Belt . _!• SUe Sandberg . U Joaeph CarterSI Mercedes Jordan , 38 Yule Fisher . 18 Special Contributors Ida Belle Hopkins , 88 Kecler Faus , 18 BUSINESS STAFF Bwmess Manager No...

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THE CUT AND DRIED SPEECH [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

THE CUT AND DRIED SPEECH Dr . Leslie If Fellowshi p Guest ; Speaks In Chapel Fourscore and seven years ago our profs dragged out upon our campus an age-old system , conceived in tyranny and dedicated to the proposition that all cuts are sinful . Now we are engaged in a great final test , determining whether this system , or any system so stupid and so unnecessary can long endure . We are met in a great dispute on that question . We have to desecrate that portion of this institution which has been set apart as a final resting place for cuts , by those who gave their lives that we might flunk . It is not at all fitting and proper that we should do this . But in a larger sense , we cannot recollect , we cannot comprehend , we cannot fathom the reasons for this system . The brainy teachers , living and dead , who advocate this system have complicated it far beyond our poor power to understand . Neither we nor the faculty will little note , nor long remember what we do here , but never w...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Check ., Please There is a tragedy occurring in our college system . This tragedy is much greater because of the fact that it is unrealized and unsuspected . It is a danger which is the more dangerous because it is unnoticed . This tragedy is one of wrong evaluation , of false conception , and therefore one which gives us a faulty perspective of the whole of our purpose . Thus , we do not see things in their rightful proportions . We are color-blind to the most important colors of the picture . Those objects of great value and of grave import appear insignificant and worthless , while those objects of little or no value are given first place . The tragedy is this—we came to college in a quest for knowledge . We are no longer motivated by our quest for knowledge , but we are interested only in a new quest—a quest for grades . We are as tourists who are interested in building up our health . In doing this we are trying out the best restaurants of a famous city . We go into the restaur...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

CALENDAR Friday , March 22—All college frolic at 7 : 30 P . M . Saturday , March 28—Final extemporaneous speaking contest at Hurst Hall . Tuesday , March 26—Speech by Canon Stokes in chapel . Wednesday , March 27—Talk by Dr . Hollister in chapel . Debate with North Carolina , here on jury question . Thursday , March 28—Talk by Dr . Depp in chapel . Easter vacation begins at noon . Tuesday , April 2—Easter vacation ends at 8 : 15 A . M . Thursday , April 4—Debate with Boston University on jury question . Friday , April &amp;amp;—- Sophomore musical comedy , Nice Goin in two acts and prologue . Saturday , April 6—Debate with Princeton here . Wednesday , April 10—Glee Club concert in Brookland . Friday , April 12—New York women s debate here . Saturday , April 13—Women Student Government Association dance . Monday , April 16—Grades due . Friday , April 19—Student Council performance , Cat o Nine Tails , play in three acts . Saturday , April 20—International Relations Club banquet ....

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University Library Receives New Books [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

University Library Receives New Books Among the books recently acquired by the University library is Decline of the West , by Osweld Spengler , a translation from the German . Several religion books have boon received , including Pilgrimage of Buddhism , by Pratt ; Pilgrimage to Palestine , by Harry Emerson Fosdick ; Getting Acquainted with the New Testament , by Eakin ; Religions of Jesus , by Bemdey ; and Gospel of Matthew , by Robinson . Other books acquired are Disraeli , by _Maurois ; History of American Sculpture , by Lorado Taft ; Story of American Painting , by Caffin ; Introduction to Philosophy , by Paulsen ; History of Philosophy , by Thilly ; History of Philosophy , by Webb ; Problems of Philosophy , by Cunningham ; Law Observance , by W . C . Durant ; and a six-volume set of German works by Lessing .

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