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Annual Banquet Of I . R . C . Held [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

Annual Banquet Of I . R . C . Held Shakespeare Library Given French Waiters Hold Sway ; Officers Installed During Gala Event of the Year On Saturday evening , April 20 , the International Relations Club held its annual banquet , at which the officers for the coming year , elected at a special meeting held on the preceding Tuesday , were installed . The evening began with a bit of humor when three local waiters entered the decorated banquet room disguised behind a profuse outcropping of unnatural beards , but this only added to the international atmosphere of the room . Besides the decorated waiters , the flags from many different lands draping one end of the banquet hall , and the centerpiece on each table of a bevy of small flags made everyone appreciate the spirit of the evening . Bach member of the club received a program in the shape of the insignia key of the organization , and a small American flag was placed in front of each plate . Roland Rice , the retiring president of the...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
W . S . G . A . Dance Voted Big Success [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

W . S . G . A . Dance Voted Big Success More Books Will Fill Library Shelves Glee Club In Two Concerts During Week Ohio Wesleyanites Are Guests At Spring Entertainment The Women s Student Government Associations Annual Spring Dance held in the gym , Saturday evening , April 13 , was pronounced to be one of the outstanding successes of the college year . About sixty couples tripped the light fantastic to the tune of Leonard Vogel s Musketeers . The special guests of the evening were members of the Ohio Wesleyan Singers Club which waa in Washington for the week . The gym was attractively decorated in pink and green and balloons added color and delight to the evenings entertainment . As a result of the financial success of the Dance the Women s House Council is giving a Big Peed for dormitory girls , Tuesday evening . W . P . Eno Gives Books on Highways : Reference Texts Received William Phelps Eno , an authority on highway regulations , has recently donated two of his own works to the...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Mystery Murder Gives Thrills [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

Mystery Murder Gives Thrills ( Continued from Page 1 ) Mr . Gordon was guarding in his lodge in northern Maine , near the Canadian border . It contained all the stage bunk and false clues of a cheap novel . Fox , a detective of the type who says he gets his man , and Miss Smith , a woman detective employed by the government , run down clues , true and false , and Fox sets all kinds of traps to capture Cat O Nine Tales , a crook sought by police of two continents , who sends numerous notes to Mr . Gordon demanding the papers . Ending , as all good mysteries should , with the capture of the villain ( by the aid of A . U . s trusty nightwatchman , who should ordinarily have been soundly sleeping at that hour of night ) , everything was all cleared up and everybody happy again except the Cat , who is faced with all kinds of criminal charges ; the detective , Fox , who became stark mad in the last act due to something he drank , and remains a jibbering gorilla-like idiot ; the pale heire...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Annual Glee Club Concert During Commencement [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

Annual Glee Club Concert During Commencement The First Annual Commencement Concert will be given by the American University Glee Club in the College Gymnasium on Saturday , June 1 . Dr . Kaufman and the club are working on the complete revision of the present program for this occasion . The success of this concert is the one big goal for which the Club is now working . It is expected that by the annual recurrence of such a concert , it will become one of the big events of the college year . STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP , MANAGEMENT , CIR CULATION , ETC ., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST M , IBIS . Of THE AMERICAN EAGLE , _published bi-weekly during college year at Washington , D . C , ( or April 1 , 11 ) 29 . Washington , District of Columbia _* s . Before roe , a Notary Public , in and for the state and county aforesaid , personally appeared Norman S . Cramer who , having been duly _aworn according to law , deposes and says that he is the business manager of the AMERICAN EA...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Chapel Addresses Prove Interesting [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

Chapel Addresses Prove Interesting Mr . Bennett and Dean Sanders Speak on Successive Days On April 11 , Mr . John S . Bennett from the Central Union Mission addressed the American U . students on the general work of his Mission . He assured his audience that this organization that is so willing to help , does not take in the good-for-nothing people , but rather those who have tried to make something of themselves and have fallen . In one year there were 1969 men who made good through the Mission . Let us gather the fragments of life and use them for God . The following day , Dr . Wm . L . Sanders , the Dean of Men at Ohio Wesleyan University , spoke on the mistake of judging from the outward appearance .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 25 April 1929

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The _"Merchant " Takes Shape for Premier Showing Two Outside Performances To Be Given Next Week ; Cast Working Hard [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

The _Merchant Takes Shape for Premier Showing Two Outside Performances To Be Given Next Week ; Cast Working Hard Accident Fatal to Former A . U . Students Arrangements have been corncompleted by Manager James T . Johnson for three performances of this years spring play , The Merchant of Venice . After its opening performance at _Millersville , Md ., Monday night , May 13 , the company will play a matinee performance at the high school at Ballston , Va ., on Wednesday , May 5 . As the school has an enrollment of over a thousand students , a large crowd is expected . The final performance at the A . U . Gym on the 17 th should profit by these two preparatory performances . There is still some uncertainty as to who will play Portia . The rivalry between Lucille Sparks and Orrel Belle Claflin is intensely keen . While Miss Sparks has had more experience in Shakespearean productions , Miss Claflin is also talented and well suited to the role . The other members of the cast , however , ha...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Associate Aucola Editors Announced for Next Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Associate Aucola Editors Announced for Next Year Garden Party To Be Given May 17 May 20 th Marks Start of Senior Chapel Services Chancellor s Reception to be Followed by Class Stunts and Campus Celebration Associate-editors of next year s Aucola will be John M . Houston and Nola Livingston , and the art editor will be Margaret Mowbray , it was announced last week by Gordon L . Johnson , editor-in-chief . Norman S . Cramer , business manager , announced at the same time the appointment of Kay Heath as bookkeeper and stenographer . Women s Guild Will Hold Tea in Amphitheatre in Connection With Shakespeare Play The garden party , to be given by the Womens Guild of American University , May 17 , is to be held in the ampitheatre . Now that the trees are green , the Japanese lanterns , which will be used for decorations , will be very effective , and the lit-tle-used ampitheatre will justify the expense incurred in fixing it up . After the six o clock supper under the trees , the guests w...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Lure of The Mediterranean And A Visit to Scotland by Miss Cline [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

The Lure of The Mediterranean And A Visit to Scotland by Miss Cline A two months cruise through the Mediterranean , with a group of 562 Americans from about 25 states , visiting Malta , Grenada , Rome , Athens , Palestine , the Nile Valley , wth a stop on the return trip in Scotland—that has been the experience of Miss M . Pearl Cline , who has been instructor in speech at this college for the last three semesters . Miss Cline recently returned from her cruise , brim full of interesting stories of her experiences , and vivid descriptions of foreign sights . This was her third Mediterranean cruise within the past five years , the second having been made in a small party under the leadership of Prof . George Dahl of Yale Divinity School . On thit last trip , Miss Cline served ns a dramatic reader for the party which left New York on February 13 , aboard the Cunard liner Transylvania . During her stay in the Near East , Mist Clint made it a point to visit the colleges and _universities...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Henry Statham New Librarian of University Mr . Statham Succeeds Mrs . Varrelman as Librarian in College of Liberal Arts [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Henry Statham New Librarian of University Mr . Statham Succeeds Mrs . Varrelman as Librarian in College of Liberal Arts Mr . Henry G . Statham was appointed University Librarian to have charge of the University libraries , both down-town and on the campus , it was announced late last week by the Administration . His duties in connection with the University will begin August 1 . Mr . Statham is a nephew of Dr . George F . _Bowerman , librarian of the Carnegie Public Library in this city . Mr . Statham succeeds Mrs . S . K . Varrelman as librarian in the College of Liberal Arts , and student assistants in the down-town schools . He will continue the work of cataloging the collections and will carry out the administrative duties of the office . The new-librarian comes to the University with much practical experience . He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Syracuse _Unfr versity in 192 b and was graduated Cum Laude , as a member of Phi Beta Kappa . He spent a summer in the Denver...

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Graduate School To Offer Fellowships [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Graduate School To Offer Fellowships Officers Chosen by Debate Squad A Graduate of Any College in United States Eligible Two $ 1 , 500 fellowships for research assistantships in transportation methods and practices are being offered by the Graduate School of the American University , effective in September , 1929 . A graduate of any college in the United States or Canada who has made economics his major subject may apply for one of these research assistantships . They were made possible thru Dr . Walter M . W . Splawn _, the new dean of the down-town schools . Espey and Cagliola Elected . New Honorary Fraternity Will Be Organized Officers of next years debate squad , unanimously elected by the class in advanced debating last Thursday afternoon , are Blake B . Espey , president of the council , and James Cagliola , manager . A local honorary debating fraternity at the American University has been approved by the faculty , Coach Flemming has announced . The name of the organization an...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Annual Banquet of Eagle Staff Held Yesterday Wright Relates Experiences on Presidential Tour of South America [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Annual Banquet of Eagle Staff Held Yesterday Wright Relates Experiences on Presidential Tour of South America The annual banquet of the EAGLE Staff was held in the private dining room of the Women s Residence Hall , Monday night , May 6 . The speaker of the evening was Mr . James L . Wright , who vividly described the experiences of the Presidential party on the recent trip of President Hoover to South America . Miss Mary Scull , 30 , a former reporter on the Kagle staff , and Ray Spaeth , 30 , who served as assistant editor during the past year , were introduced as the associate editors for the coming year by George L . Sixbey , the new editor-in-chief . Mr . Arthur S . Flemming , faculty advisor of the Eagle , presided as toastmaater . Guests included Chan ¬ cellor and Mrs . Lucius Clark , Dean and Mrs . George B . Woods . Approximately forty members of the EAGLE staff and guests were present . Orange and blue , the college colors , were used in decorating . Mr . Wright , the spea...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mothers To Be Honor Guests Here May 12 th Special Dinner and Service to Feature Mother ' s Day Program This Sunday [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Mothers To Be Honor Guests Here May 12 th Special Dinner and Service to Feature Mother s Day Program This Sunday To honor Mothers and to acquaint them with university life , are the purposes of the Mother s Day celebration on the campus Sunday , May 12 , according to Samuel C . Bilbrough , Vesper chairman for 192829 , who heads the committee in charge of the program . A special dinner and a special service have been planned in honor of the visitors , and invitations have been mailed to about 160 mothers . Jane Lytle , newly-elected Vesper chairman for 1929-30 , will be in charge of the service , which will be held in the Chapel in Hurst Hall at 3 o clock . Music will be furnished by the Men s Quartet of the University , with Barrett Puchs as soloist . The dinner , which comes first on the program , will be served in the college dining hall at 1 : 30 o clock . All mothers are guests of the university at this meal . Betty Jacoby and Ruth Edwards have charge of the seating arrangements...

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THE AMERICAN EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 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 - fi . 80 a Year Entered as sccon < k : l .-ns matter , October B , 1928 , it the post officeat Washington , D . C , under Act of March 3 , 1870 . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief O < orf « L . Sixbejr Editorial Board Sarah Roher , M _Samutl C . _BUbrough _, M Kathtryne Severance , 10 Raymond Spaeth . SO Ronald _McLiuthlln , SO flyman L . Lewis _Importers Annie Louise Flaig . 89 . _uj Laura BarrettSO _W William Wolowtti 80 fWu _Htten Ooodman , ! W . Leon _Shlon 80 1 Pauline Frederick , 80 m Hynan Lewis , 81 f ? JaneL » tle . •« John M . Houston , 81 ,, ,, 8 . Carlton Ayem , 81 _Wf Kithryn Heath , 81 »| Roger Craven 81 ffi ?¦ Eric Friedheim , 81 P Daniel Terrell , 88 Gwendolyn Folaom , 82 _. , Brooke Bright . 88 ¦ * * I Data Haworth , 88 * Audrey Belt , 88 T ~ ¦ Bid * 8 andberg , 88 _ Joseph Carter , 88 ...

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CAMPUS OPINION 1 _Msiafis _/ _ais / _aiaiaMaiaiaraiafa / _s / [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

CAMPUS OPINION 1 _Msiafis _/ _ais / _aiaiaMaiaiaraiafa / _s / Book Reviews . When the campus first heard the announcement that we were to have book reviews in chapel , there was no small amount of favorable gossip went the rounds of the college groups . Speak about book reviews now , and you may receive a favorable grunt—if grunts can be called favorable . Perhaps you wonder at this change in atmosphere . It is easily explained . The term book review is a bit misleading . We looked for entertainment ; travel , romance and adventure but as Shakespeare might say it , they have been filled with the flavor of the academic . Five days out of every week spent on departmental studies is enough brain labor for any individual . What the student needs is something wholesome in good fiction . Something that will give him mental recreation—not work . A student s brain needs just as much play as his body does . Recreational literature helps one to dream , and after all it is our dreams that go t...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

LOOKING THE CAMPUS OVER Ministers Addressed by Dr . Jones at Pastors Retreat _Vagaries The printer coming in the door and another column to be pounded out . With a mind devoid of ideas as Sweetmans pockets are of money , the minutes are flying , and with them , the printers patience . What is there to write about ? Wolowitz always is good for some space , but owing him a quarter , I am under obligation to him . Therefore my ace in the hole today is but a deuce . Perhaps that picnic last week might lead to a few paragraphs . Particularly Lynn Corson in knee breeches , playing boy scout , building the fire , fetching wood , listening to the wild bird calls , and opening the can of sardines , might make a promising little story , but then comes the realization that I was not invited , and thus will have to let that go too . The Black Kat sorority outing to Great Falls , Va ., Saturday evening , went off well . That lets this out too . Anything that goes off well should never appear in ...

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College Quartet Broadcast at WOL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

College Quartet Broadcast at WOL Seniors To Hold Final Services Station Manager Invites A . U . Singers to Appear As Part Of The Weekly Program The American University Quartet , which is composed of Leon Brynor , first tenor ; Barrett Fuchs _, second tenor ; Ronald McLaughlin , baritone , and Harold Riggle , bass , under the direction of Dr . Paul Kaufman , and accompanied by Miss Bernice Field , sang on five different occasions during the past week . It gave its second concert on the air , Monday , April 29 , over Station WOL , The station manager , who expressed much pleasure , asked the quartet to appear every week but such an invitation had to be declined , because of lack of time . However , it is expected that the quartet will appear again some time soon . The quartet sang on Tuesday , April 30 , at the Pastors Retreat dinner in the Women s Residence Hall , and on Wednesday , May 1 , at the Potomac Heights Community Church . On Sunday , May 5 , the quartet sang at the morning ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Chippewa Falls , Wisconsin ( Pronounced Ship - a - way , if youre interested . ) Out in the turbulent West , where men are males , and the train service is rotten , flourishes the Metropolis called Chippewa Falls . It got its name from the fact that it was first called Chippewa Falls . The town might have been called New York , but no one ever got the inspiration , hence you still have to come east to see a good movie . . A certain number of years ago , away out in this little town , there came upon this earth a young fellow who was later to rise to the heights of Collegiana at American University . They called him Leland . Get the point ? leLAND—see how suitably that matches with Field . Something like that Step-hen affair the faculty once threw in Suppressed Desires . Nevertheless , they named him Leland . And his big sister Bernice was all thrilled with him . That was before she was old enough to become all thrilled with other representatives of his sp...

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