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Elaborate Plans For Junior Prom [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Elaborate Plans For Junior Prom Dance 1 $ Expected to Put Climax On Social Season Extensive plans are under way to make the Junior Prom on May 3 rd the biggest event of the kind ever given at A . U . It is in keeping with tradition for the Juniors to entertain the Seniors with a banquet before graduation . This year the entertainment will take the form of a dinner and dance in the dining hall . There will be music from a trio during the dinner . Afterwards there will be dancing in the other half of the room . Unusual programs have been procured . Elaborate decorations are being planned . A unique feature of the event is that permission has been secured for the dancing to continue to 18 : 15 instead of the customary 11 : 30 dosing hour . A large attendance is expactad at this , the climax of the social sauna .
Oxford Fellowship Banquet To be Held on May 10 th [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Oxford Fellowship Banquet To be Held on May 10 th The second annual banquet of the Oxford Fellowship will be held in the dining room in the Womens Residence Hall on Friday , May 10 th . The main speaker of the evening will be Bishop Frazer McDowell , The speech will be preceded by a number of selections by the college quartet and readings by Miss Claribel Eaton . The installation of officers will also be held at this time . Dr . Arthur J . Jackson will install them . Robert Wierer will be the ( _oattawfter . W . Willis Delaplain la chairman of tha committee is charge .
the finest launched on the tide of student thought during the year . The question of whether student fraternal organizations should be of -ficially recognized may come before the council and faculty next year . In this case , a Student Council must present itself as a body of thinkers , willing to sacrifice personal preju -dice for the good of the whole stu -dent body . Upon noting this formidable list of duties one is almost inclined to shun the "help wanted" call even upon urgent request . And yet the challenge ot the power to do some constructive service for our college ought to appeal to the next year's council to the extent that it will take an increasingly vital interest in its duties . ODE ( Inspired by the Appearance of the Night Watchman in Two Campus Dramatic Productions ) Snatched from the dark of obscurity , Into fame ' s dazzling light , Called by the art dramatic Away from the paths of night , Eagle-eyed , dominant , fearless , Firmly he takes his stand , With out thrust jaw and unahaking arm , And a lantern held in his hand . Nobody knows his history , Few could repeat his name , A mystery surrounds his appearance And the place from whence he came . Some claim he's Diogenes' rival , ( They use his lamp for a clue ) But whoever he is or wherever he's from , He ' s dramat's shining star at A . U . And when years have gone , and at festive boards , _Gather alumni gray , The talk will go back to the time far past , And of life in that happier day , And though heros recalled will be maay , ( Peraaps there'll be some of them there ) The _graaUtt acclaim , will go once To ta * might watchman , wrink * led and spare . —Dan Terrell , [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
the finest launched on the tide of student thought during the year . The question of whether student fraternal organizations should be officially recognized may come before the council and faculty next year . In this case , a Student Council must present itself as a body of thinkers , willing to sacrifice personal prejudice for the good of the whole student body . Upon noting this formidable list of duties one is almost inclined to shun the help wanted call even upon urgent request . And yet the challenge ot the power to do some constructive service for our college ought to appeal to the next years council to the extent that it will take an increasingly vital interest in its duties . ODE ( Inspired by the Appearance of the Night Watchman in Two Campus Dramatic Productions ) Snatched from the dark of obscurity , Into fame s dazzling light , Called by the art dramatic Away from the paths of night , Eagle-eyed , dominant , fearless , Firmly he takes his stand , With out thrust jaw and ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
THE AMERICAN EAGLE _Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Art * of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price - tt . SO a Year Entered as second-class matter , October 5 , 19 it 8 , at the post office , at Washington , D . C , under Act of March 3 , 1879 . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Qeor _|« L . Slxbey Editorial Board Sarah Boner , M Satnutl C . Bilbroufh , M Katheryne Severance , SO Raymond Spaeth , M Ronald _ItcLaufhlln . _&gt;« 0 Reporters Annie Louise Plalf , 10 Laura Barrett , W William _Wolowitt , to Rtlan Ooodroan , SO _; Leon Shloaa , SO Pauline Frederick , 80 Hytnan Lewia , SI Jan * Lytle , SI £ ., . John Houston . SI ¦ ; _. _Kathryn Heath , II * _ Roger Craven , SI Brie Friedheim , • $ _» Daniel Terrell . SB Owendotarn Folsom . SI Brooke Bright , SS ¦¦ Dale Haworth , _&gt; SS Audrey Belt . •»» Elsie 8 andberg , SS _ioeeph Carter , SS [ ercedea Jordan , _(&gt; Yule Fisher . SB fane Rice . SS R...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Eric Friedheim Book Review In the Hurst Hall reading room , there lies among the heterogenious assortment of books , a decrepit old volume of humorous stories , bearing the publishing date of 1889 . Although the jokes printed in its pages are of the type our grandfathers told their grandmothers , the collaboration of new humor by American University wits , has made the book a veritable oracle , combining satire with prediction . If you want to picture yourself in future years , just turn the pages of this volume , and you are sure to find yourself with your wife to be . Of particular interest is page 81 , showing a representation of Mr . Corson , and Miss Moulton enjoying a theatrical performance of The Passionate Woman featuring Will Wolowitz . A conception of Messrs . Shloss , and Nichthauaer is to be found on _page 35 . Nichthauser is a burlesque comedian while his partner is a politician . Ray Spaeth as the cheese salesman is well portrayed on page LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER 41 . T...
WOLOWITZ IN SECOND CHILDHOOD [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
WOLOWITZ IN SECOND CHILDHOOD Believe it or not dear readers , our portly hero , William Wolowitz , is a member of the Altoona Tribune Safety Club . The slogan of this organization is , Always look up and down the street before crossing . When Wolowitz saw the pretty coupon in the Altoona paper , he had me sign his name and forge his fathers signature so- he would be able to get one of those little brightly colored buttons , which shows a small boy standing on a curb stone with a football , reciting the club motto . After inducing me to send away for a membership , he led me to believe that he was founding a new order of some kind or other , with these buttons as the official Insignia of the organization . I almost fell for this cock and bull yarn , but the fact that I caught him standing before a mirror in the locker room , with his chest adorned with pride as he gated at the reflection of the button , saved me from his cunning . The Art of Thinking , by Dimmette , will be reviewed ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
_Calendar Monday , April 29—Pastors Retreat . Friday , May 3—Junior-Senior Banquet . Friday , May 10—Oxford Fellowship Banquet . Saturday , May 11—Senior picnic . Friday , May 17— Merchant of Venice , Guild Garden Party . Saturday , May 18—Sophomore Dance . Monday , May 20—Senior Chapel . Tuesday , May 21—Senior Chapel . Wednesday , May 22 — Senior Chapel . Thursday , May 23 — Senior Chapel . Friday , May 24—Senior Chapel . Saturday , May 25—Exams , begin . Thursday , May 30—School Holiday . Friday , May 31—Class Day . Class Stunts , 8 P . M ., in Gym . Saturday , June 1—Class Day . Baseball Game , 10 A . M . Ivy Oration , etc ., 2 P . M . Reception to Faculty and Alumni , 4 P . M . Glee Club Concert , 8 P . M . Monday , June 3—Commencement Exercises .
NIGHT WATCHMAN AGAIN TRIUMPHS IN MYSTERY DRAMA [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
NIGHT WATCHMAN AGAIN TRIUMPHS IN MYSTERY DRAMA An arch criminal came to American University lasf Friday _evening with a criminal record as black as General Millard s coffee . Fresh from foreign lands he came , with a string of foul deeds strewing in his wake . He had evil designs on our personal friend Lee Field , and all of us were worried what he was going to do to comely Miss Wolfe , the pretty Misses Darby and Barrett , and the harmless Jimmie Johnson . In Leon Schloss and Kay Heath lay all our hopes of bringing this vile fiend to his just due , and it is with credit to them that they vainly strived to do so for three acts , but were cheated from their glory by that ace of dramatists , Pete , the nightwatchman . With gun and dog , the old gentleman captured the villain , so well portrayed by Otis Fellows , just as easily as when he captured him trying to walk down in the woods with his girl after sun down , several weeks ago .
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Princeton , N . J . ( The place to which the _Corsons have moved . ) Good old Camden , N . J ., is in mourning , for one of its illustrious sons has packed his grips , drawn his $ 11 . 55 out of the First National Bank , and pulled up stakes . The idea is that Lynn _Corson and his family , of which he generously concedes his mother and father are members , has moved to Princeton . Princeton was taken quite unprepared by the pleasant surprise , and only half of the Princeton boys had their college blazers on to show Lynn a letter of apology . But Princeton felt it rather made up for this discrepancy by the other attractions it has to offer . For instance , it has a police force , whose main duty it is to keep his shoes shined on Sundays and holidays , and to give tickets to every motorist who comes through the town at twenty miles an hour . This last seems Btrange , considering that the limit is twenty-five . But the womanly intuition of the officer of the...
Men ' s Quartet Gets Surprise Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Men s Quartet Gets Surprise Broadcast College Quartet Much in Demand Coed Wins Highest Girl Scout Award Will Also Appear On Air Next Monday Evening from WOL The University male quartet received quite a surprise last Sunday afternoon , and incidentally the same may have happened to anyone who had tuned in on station WOL at the time . The crux of the matter is that the quartet made its debut on the air sooner than it anticipated . Dr . Kaufman , director of the quartet , had secured for the singers an engagement for an audition test , which is required before that station will accept any outside talent , and on Sunday afternoon they went down to the studio to take that test . After but one piece , the station operator seemed very much pleased , and made the astounding offer to have the quartet sing on the air that same day , in fact within a half hour . Rather overwhelmed , but nothing daunted , the quartet rallied to the occasion , arranged an impromptu program , and sang for about f...
A . U . Men Playing With "Uniteds " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
A . U . Men Playing With Uniteds Team Holds Victories Over Bert Teams in District—Colison Stars For Team The United Typewriter United Baseball Team made up of American University men is more than holding its own so far on a very difficult schedule . Among the victims to date are : George Washington University ( 2 games ); Gallaudet ( 1 game ) , both of which are represented by strong teams this season . The Georgetown team is to be met in the near future and a win from this club would firmly establish the Uniteds as one of the leading Independent nines in the District . Bill Sweetman and Dutch Shloss are managing the team afield with Wally Wolowitz and Fred Dieterich are taking care of the business end . The team consist of : Catchers , Red Olsen , Hen Johnson ; first base , Bill Sweetman ; Second base , For ¬ rest Burgess ; third base , Leon Shloss ; short stop , Warren Colison ; outfielders , Bittinger , Friedheim _, Clapper , Carter , and Martin ; pitchers , Ryder , Gray , and Cl...
Constitution Is Ready For Vote [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Constitution Is Ready For Vote New Features Embodied Will Make Better Basis For Student Body In Political Activities Vhe proposed , permanent constitution of the Student Government Association is rapidly becoming a reality , and will be officially voted upon , as amended in yesterday s chapel , on Wednesday , May 1 . The new constitution , which promises to be a decided improvement over the temporary one now used , is being worked out by a capable committee , including Roland Rice , chairman , Beth Hill , and Herbert Elliott . The several new features that are embodied in this proposed instrument of A . U . s student government comprise the creation of two more offices in the Student Council , the change in dates regarding the annual nominations and election , and provisions for a Womens Athletic Committee and a Cheerleader . The two additional officers will be a Comptroller of funds , nominated by the Dean of the College upon the recommendation of the Faculty Auditing Committee and...
Dr . Ruf us M . Jones Will Head Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Dr . Ruf us M . Jones Will Head Program Final Plans Made for Pastors Retreat To Be Held on Campus The Last Week of April Chancellor Lucius C . Clark and Dr . Arthur J . Jackson , Director of the Department of Religion announce the coming of Dr . Rufus M . Jones , of Haverford College , to address the Pastors Retreat , to be held on the campus Monday and Tuesday , April 29 , and 30 . The following program has been arranged : Monday , April 29—8 : 00 P . M . —Address Spiritual Energies . Dr . Rufus M . Jones . Tuesday , April 30—4 : 30 P . M . — The Sermon on the Mount . Dr . Arthur J . Jackaon . 5 : 00 P . M . _~ Faith and Experience . Dr . Rufus M . Jones . 6 : 15 P . M . — -Dinner , University Dining Hall . 7 : 30 P . M . The Sermon on the Mount . Dr . Arthur J . Jackson . 8 : 15 P . M . — Experience and Practice . Dr . Rufus M . Jones . All the ministers of the Capital area have been invited to attend this retreat and the response has been most gratifying . There will be more than...
Brookland Church Hears Gospel Team [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Brookland Church Hears Gospel Team Future Engagements Planned For Oxford Fellowship The Gospel Team of the Oxford Fellowship , has shown itself to be on the job of late . Continuing the season s work started early this semester , on Sunday , April 14 , it took charge of the morning service at Brookland M . E . Church , 14 th and Lawrence Sts . N . E . The team , composed of Keeler Faus , Carleton _Ayers , Edwin Ross , and Willis Delapiain , spoke on the Kingdom of God and its relation to the individual . Dr . Jackson was present and took charge of the ritual of the service . Ronald McLaughlin sang a solo , Teach me to Pray , by Jessie Mae Jewitt as a part of the service . This church happens to be the home church of one of the members of the team , Mr . Ross , and the congregation was especially interested in hearing one of its own number speak . On Sunday , April 28 , the team will go to Foundry M . E . Church , and take charge of the evening service there . The members of the team...
Ward Memorial Circle Planned [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Ward Memorial Circle Planned Chancellor Clark and Mr . Walter Representatives At Hearing No opposition to placing a circle on the corner of the campus at Massachusetts and Nebraska Avenues was offered at a hearing before the District Commissioners last Wednesday morning , April 17 . It will therefore probably be authorized , although the office of the D . C . Surveyor has informed THE EAGLE that the exact date when the Commissioners will place their approval on the establishment of the circle is very indefinite . As soon as the circle is author ¬ ized , the Fine Arts Commission will recommend the erection of a statue in honor of General Artemas Ward , who was second in command to George Washington and a distinguished Harvard alumnus . Congress has already consented to the erection of the statue , and the president and fellows of Harvard University have set aside a fund of $ 60 , 000 to be used for that purpose . The University was represented at the hearing in the District Building ...
Fisher and Bryner Made New Athletic Managers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929
Fisher and Bryner Made New Athletic Managers According to a recent announcement W . Yule Fisher has been elected Manager of Football and Leon K . Bryner has been elected Manager of Basketball for next year . Both of these men have the approval of the Faculty Athletic Committee . The position of Manager of Athletics held this year by Ellsworth L . Tompkins will be taken care of by the new coach .