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_ta cued _cuciiiii oil _ciiciitsiieiiciieiJHlcJiSiciJeuoiJHlBJttlelic AROUND THE WORLD 1 WITH WALLY I [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

_ta cued _cuciiiii oil _ciiciitsiieiiciieiJHlcJiSiciJeuoiJHlBJttlelic AROUND THE WORLD 1 WITH WALLY I Washington , D . C . Which _trax quite a hectic , town during Inauguration . Mr . Eric Priedheim , my colleague nnd partner in crime , inspired me on to this article . In the last issue of The Eagle , he gave the public to believe thnt I always wrote about places with which I was familiar . This _impression was subtly created by his parody on this column , in which parody he wrote about Hades . So , living up to the example set by Mr . Friedheim , I , too , will write about an extremely familiar place—Washington . The old town was quite a busy place last week ( or was it two weeks ago ?) , at which time the sentence inflicted upon Herbert Hoover was carried out , and he was sworn into the Presidency of the United States ( in case anyone didnt hear about it ) . The weather was beautiful all week—up to Inauguration Day . Then it made the Johnstown Flood look like a drop in the bucket ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Merchant of Venice Occupies The Stage [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Merchant of Venice Occupies The Stage Easter Tea Held For Town Students Women s Dormitory Scene Of Delightful Party Lear With The Pirates Falls Out A * Comedy Steps In With the performance of Lear and The Pirates successfully over , there remains only the Merchant , climax of the year in the Dramatic line . There is a possibility that the play will have a more extended run this year than formerly . The performance here will take place around the first of May . Prior to that there may be performances in several adjoining towns . As is always the custom , any money cleared by the show will go to the Dratnat class to buy equipment for the stage . Meanwhile , rehearsals go something like this : 7 : 40—Class ( part of it ) assembled waiting for director . Those energetically inclined utilizing the gym apparatus for a preliminary workout . George Sixbey explains how he wasnt speeding when the cop caught him . Portia and Nerissa in corner pattering the lines of first scene . Cris busy tryi...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Granville Gives PerformanceHere [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Granville Gives PerformanceHere Noted English Actor Portrays Characters From Greatest Drama Of All Ages Great characters from the drama of all ages played their greatest scenes on the stage before an American University audience Saturday night in the person of one actor of exceptional merit , V . L . Granville . With almost unbelievable rapidity , versatility , and sincerity , Mr . Granville presented fifteen widely differing characters in perfect costuming and make-up . In his portrayal of Shakespeare s crafty and sinster Duke of Glouater , from Richd III , he gave , perhaps , his greatest performance . The wretched hump-back , deformed in mind as well as body , vindictive , cruel , sinister , appeared to us with startling reality . This selection was immediately preceded by the inimitable Falstaff . Students of Dean Woods Shakespeare Class recognized with joy the famous Catechism of honor speech given by the fat man of our dreams . Equal in excellence to these two was Mr . Granvil...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dramat Presents Scene From Lear [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Dramat Presents Scene From Lear Dr . Hutchins Stars In Lead Dr . Woods Gives Lecture The much heralded scene from King Lear was presented March 11 before an unusually large and enthusiastic crowd of drama lovers at the meeting of the . Shakespeare Society . The performance was preceded by a talk by Dean Woods . on the tragedy of King Lear . The opening scene of the play was presented . The performance was an exceptional one for amateurs . Undoubtedly , it was greatly strengthened by the appearance of Mr . Hutchins in the role of Lear . His characterization of the doddering old king is one that will be long remembered by those who saw it . It is a high compliment to the students who sup ¬ ported him to say that the work of several of them approached his in excellence . Particularly was thia true of Willis Delaplain as Kent , of Swan and Carleton Ayers as France and Burgundy , and of the three girls . Swan and Ayers , who are new to A . U . dramatics , distinguished themselves for exc...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
United Typewriter Forms Ball Team [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

United Typewriter Forms Ball Team A . U . Students Compose Team Sponsored By Local Firm The United Typewriter Company , a downtown firm , of which Wally Wolowitz , well-known student on our campus , is a member , iB placing a baseball team in the unlimited ranks this spring composed entirely of American and ex-American University students . This team has been practicing for over a week and is showing splendid progress . Wolowitz , a junior at this college , will manage the business end of things while Leon Shloss , also of the class of 30 , will direct the team on the field . Fred Dieterich will be detail manager . This publication will follow the fortunes of the United Typewriter Uniteds , as the team will be called , throughout their season . - The following teams , A and B , have been tentatively chosen : A Shloss , lb . Burgess , 2 b . Colison , ss . Caruso , 3 b . Sweetman , cf . [ Aist If . • iL _*** _5 Friedheim , rf . _^ _WEfe Christie , lb . __ __ . _JjjMME * 2 Martin , 2 b...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Memorial Circle ) Action Deferred [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Memorial Circle ) Action Deferred Bill Presented To Congress ; Tabled Until December Definite action on the proposed memorial circle and statue to be erected in honor of General Artemas Ward on the corner of the campus at Massachusetts and Nebraska Avenues , will probably not be taken until after next December , according to information given The Eagle by the offices of the National Fine Arts Commission and of the D . C . Surveyor . A bill authorizing the establishment of the circle in honor of General Ward , who was second in command to George Weshington and a distinguished Harvard alumnus , was presented to the last Congress , but no action was taken and it is phob able that the bill will not be passed until after the regular session in December is well under way . After the circle is authorized , the Surveyor may then acquire the necessary land , which would have to be donated by the property owners of the four corners . The next step would then be for the Fine Arts Commission to...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Aucola Of 1929 Now In Printing [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Aucola Of 1929 Now In Printing New Students This Semester Must Pay Two Dollars On Balance Due From First This year s Aucnln has gone to press , and the proof is now being returned to the staff . The Aucola for 1928-29 will be distinctly original . The cover is of a new woodgrain design and is very attractive . The scenic section and division pages of The Aucola will embody many new and original features . With the issue now being proof-read , The Aucola has grown much larger , resembling to a greater extent than before the annuals of many colleges exceeding American University in size . The Aucola will be distributed May 1 . Those students entering American University at the beginning of the second semester must pay two dollars in addition to the second semester student activity fee in order to receive an Aucola . This payment is necessary because two dollars trom each semester s activity fee is allowed for The Aucola . Officers and treasurers of organizations are also requested to ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

College Jewelry of Distinction class rings ]] R . Harris & Co CLUB PINS I F Street at ixth _anufacluring JeveUn Since 1873 MEDALS TROPHIES FAVORS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Complete Baseball and Track Equipment for School and College Teams 80 LEATHER GOODS CO 1314 F STREET N . W

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MORAL Moderation _ii the only way to • void rapid oxidation . YEA TEAM ! [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

MORAL Moderation _ii the only way to • void rapid oxidation . YEA TEAM ! UchliT _. r _SHlou XEitler raw I TALES OF TRAGEDY I They were speeding along—no , expect no corroboration from them , but—aa they aped along over the temptingly bumpless road their Sensitive ears detected a certain steady throb of motor behind them , but one staying there for only a short time . Being clean , upright , open-faced , pure-aouled , consciencefree youths , no pang of guilt shot through them as they vainly sought the dashboard for some hint on theit rate of celerity . Finding not what they sought—from force of habit , of course—they again turned their attention—TO OTHER MATTERS . But not for long—! Picture their pink-faced confusion when they looked at the blue-attired figure riding so calmly and gallantly by their side . On they rode , still onward , but finally the arm of the Law laid itself on their car , and , as polite hosts , they entertained their guest with many answers to a questionnaire . ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Vesper Question Well Discussed [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Vesper Question Well Discussed Floating University Announces Programs Soph Actors Rehearse For Nice Goin Charlotte Magee Leads Group Discussion On Question Of Life Preparation The Vesper Service , Sunday , March 17 , took the form of a discussion on the question : Which is a better preparation for life and progress , a formal education or experience ? The leader , Charlotte Magee , opened the discussion by giving the background of the subject and stating the limitations . The group responded very well to the few questions which were asked and most of them took an active part . The method which was followed was that of lining up the advantages of both a formal education over experience and experience over formal education . After this had been done there was a poll taken to see how many had reached any satisfactory conclusion . Unfortunately it was found that the question was one which could not readily be discussed with any definite conclusion in mind since nearly everyone had alrea...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Men ' s Debate Team Downed By Carleton [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Men s Debate Team Downed By Carleton Glee Club Gives Several Concerts ( Continued from _Pajji- 1 ) abolition of the jury . In this , as well as in the debate with Boston University , April 4 , A . U . s men will defend the negative side . The Boston debate will also be on the jury question . On April 8 , American University will meet Princeton in a return debate . The mens team will uphold the negative viewpoint of the question , Resolved , that national advertising , as now carried on , is detrimental , both socially and morally . On April 12 , the women s debate team will advance the affirmative contention on the abolition of the jury in a debate with the women of New York University . , On April 23 , the men s team of the college will attempt to win a second debate with New York University , when they will have the affirmative side of the question on the soundness of freedom of speech . Plans for a debate with the women from Goucher College are being made and final arrangements w...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Seniors Win Opening Game [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Seniors Win Opening Game Le Cercle Francais Holds March Meeting In Dorm Seniors Take Fir it Basket-ball Game By 27-15 Score . Sophs Win 50-4 Over Frosh Victories for the Seniors and Sophomores marked the opening games of the girls inter-clasa basketball season . The Senior-Junior game ended in a 27-15 victory for the Seniors . The next game was the Sophomore - Freshman game in which the Sophs wiped up the floor with the Frosh in a 50-4 victory . On Monday the Frosh will meet the Juniors . The class teams have been selected as follows : Seniors : Allen , center ; Dezendorf , sidecenter ; Tippett and Fellows , forwards ; Moulton and Lucas , guards ; Stewart , substitute . Juniors : Severance , center ; Bricker , side center ; Appel and Hetzel , forwards ; Martz and Chadwick , guards ; Scull , Shapiro , Hill and Dimmette _, substitutes . Sophomores : Smith , center ; Putnam , side center ; Jacoby and Humphries , forwards ; Flowers and B . Evans , guards ; Woodward , Moore and Goldenber...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LEARN THE PIANO IN TEN LESSON 0 TENOR-BANJO OR MANDOLIN IN FIVE LESSONS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

LEARN THE PIANO IN TEN LESSON 0 TENOR-BANJO OR MANDOLIN IN FIVE LESSONS Without nerve-racking , heart-breaking _scalea and _excrcitet . You are taught to play by note in regular _profcaniantl chord style . In your vary Ant tauon you will b « ab _>» to play a popular number by note . • BUD FOB IT ON AFFKOVAL The Hallmark _Sclf-InMractor , ii tb « title ol thU method . Eight years were required to perfect this great work . Th « entire course with the necessary examination sheets , it bound in one volume . The first lesson is unsealed which the student may examine and be hit own JUDU _8 and JURY . The latter part of the Hallmark Self-Instructor , is seated . Upon the student returning any copy . > l Ih * Hallmark Self-Instructor with the seal unbroken , we will refund in lull a ! 1 money paid . Thit uniting Sell-Instructor will lie » ent anywhere . You do not need tu tend any money . When you receive thit new method of teaching music , deposit with the _Pottmsn th...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cities Service Company U . C . Allarcl , Ji , _K Hi .. . I'mp . Formerly Wis . Ave . Service Station 4326 WISCONSIN AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

Cities Service Company U . C . Allarcl , Ji , _K Hi .. . Imp . Formerly Wis . Ave . Service Station 4326 WISCONSIN AVENUE Cities Service Straight Gas Cities Service Koolmotor Oils and Gasolines Tire Sales and Repairing Battery Sales and Repairing

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1929

GUDES F owert For All Ocasions 1212 F Street N . W . Also 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W 3 I 0 J 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 Drug 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 SEE ETZ AND SEE BETTER Edwin H . Etz , I nc . Optometrists 1217 G Street N . W D . Muans & Sons Printers Phone , Main 964-965 707 EIGHTH STREET N . W WESLEY HEIGHTS The Garden Spot of Washington W . C . and A . N . Miller 1119 17 th St . N . W . Main 1790 1 1 = SPORT MART 914 FSt . N . W . 13 O 3 FSt . NW Athletic Goods Sweaters 9 Big Four Candy Co ., Inc Wholesale Confectioners 608 E STREET NORTHWEST Chocolates _Zn _^ _. - ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Council Play in Final Rehearsal [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 April 1929

Council Play in Final Rehearsal Site of Men s Dormitory Selected By Committee Dean Woods Speaks Before • Several Organizations Mystery Thriller Is Packed With Thrills and Chills From Start To Final Curtain The Student Council production , Cat O Nine Tails , to be presented at the Gymnasium auditorium April 19 , is rapidly swinging into the last stages of rehearsal . The play is being given for the purpose of raising funds to defray the cost of purchasing a new electric orthophonic victrola for the Women s Residence Hall . Cat 0 Nine Tails is a typical mystery thriller . The usual ghosts , shots in the dark , skeletons , and shrill screams will find their accustomed place in the three act production , which was written by Lawrence Worcester . Tickets will be nlaced on sale shortly . The Cast will comprise : Mr . Gordon _ .. _ - Leland Field Mrs . Gordon Eatelle Wolfe Jimmie Gordon Milton Crist Betty Weber Laura Barrett Henry , a servant Otis Fellows Bridget , the cook Lucy Dunbar Her...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dr . Walter Splawn Appointed Dean of Graduate Schools Former President of Texas University To Assume Post in September [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 April 1929

Dr . Walter Splawn Appointed Dean of Graduate Schools Former President of Texas University To Assume Post in September Sixbey Elected Eagle Editor for Coming Year Paper to Continue Policy of Representing Activities and Life of College The appointment of Dr . Walter M . W . Splawn , formerly president of the University of Texas , and now referee in the office of the war claims arbiter here , to be dean of the Graduate School and the School of the Political Seiences was recently announced by the administration . Dr . Splawn also becomes professor of Economics at the two downtown schools . Although the term of the new dean does not begin until September 1 , he is already engaged in a series of conferences with Chancellor Clark , planning the work for the _comine vear . The post is a newly created one , combining those held by the late Dr . Albert H . Putney , former director of the School of the Political Sciences , and Dr . Edwaird T . Devine , former dean of the Graduate School , who...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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