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Fellowship Banquet Planned for Friday [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Fellowship Banquet Planned for Friday Biology Department To Show New Film Rain Causes Postponement of Tennis Match with G . W . U Bishop McDowell Will Speak at Annual Entertainment Final arrangements have been made for the Oxford Fellowship banquet which is to be held in the dining room of the Womens Residence Hall , next Friday night , May 10 . The committee in charge has promised a very interesting program , having obtained Bishop William F . McDowell as the principal speaker of the evening . Installation of officers , who were elected for the coming year in the annual election held yesterday in the _Battelle Memorial , will take place after the dinner . Other guests , in addition to Bishop McDowell , will be Mrs . J . Phelps Hand , Dr . and Mrs . Frederick Brown Harris , and the Rev . Phillip C . Edwards . Robert Weirer , a member of the senior class , will be the toastmaster . The A . U . Quartet will sing and Clara Bell Eaton will give a reading . Illustrated Lecture To Be Give...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First Junior Prom By Class of ' 30 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

First Junior Prom By Class of 30 Juniors and Seniors Feast and Dance Together in Farewell Affair The apex of the American University s social season was reached last Friday night in the Junior-Se-nior Banquet and Dance held in the dining hall of the Women s Residence Hall . About sixty couples attended the gala affair , which was probably the most outstanding social event in the history of the college . After an elaborate banquet at 6 : 30 , featured by four short addresses , the guests adjourned to another section of the dining hall where Bran Hughes and his music furnished the necessary elements for dancing until 12 . 15 , which is , by the wav . a new hour for festivities to cease . Toastmaster Otis Fellows held sway at the banquet with his usual repertoire of choice bits and introduced the three speakers of the evening . President Jack LeFavre of the Juniors welcomed the Seniors and President Roland Rice responded . Dean Woods as the main speaker of the evening gave a very inter...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Men ' s Tennis Tournament Reaching Final Stages [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Men s Tennis Tournament Reaching Final Stages All rules and a definite schedule were completed last week for the Men s Tennis Tournament , and the contest is now in the third round of play . Of the forty-seven players who entered the tourney , only sixteen survived the second round which ended yesterday . The final championship match has been set for Saturday , May 18 , and will be staged on the Wesley Heights Courts . The tourney was organized by Chester A . Carter , 31 . Chancellor Lucius C . Clark will give the welcoming address at the Rotary luncheon on May 15 on the occasion of the entrance of Greece into the Rotary International . The welcome will be personalized in the Minister of Greece , who will represent his country . OFFERED AS A COLLEGE YELL Kelvinator , Frigidaire , _Postum , Lux ) _Iturbidie , Totem Pole , Apple Sauce , and Flux ! Teeter Totter , Listerine , Eskimo Pie ! Pickaninie , Henry Ford , Way up high ! Julius Caesar , Shakespeare , Kalamasoo ! Everybody pull t...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sophomore Dance To Simulate Garden [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Sophomore Dance To Simulate Garden Betty Jacoby Heads Workers Who Will Completely Change Gym Couples attending the Sophomore Dance in the Gym Saturday evening , May 18 , will find themselves in the atmosphere of an old-fashioned garden , according to plans disclosed by Betty Jacoby , chairman of the dance committee . It is planned to transform the entire { gymnasium into a garden setting , and members of the committee have been working on the decorations for more than three weeks . Programmes are being designed by Margaret Mowbray , and it is promised that these will make very attractive souvenirs . Favors will be distributed to each couple . Music will be furnished by the Carolinians and specialty dances are being arranged . Tickets will be on sale in the Registrar s Office beginning Monday , May 13 , at $ 1 . 25 a couple . Jimmy McVey , Rose Flowers , Carlton Ayres and Robert Stallings are the other members of the dance committee .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Jane Lytle To Head Vesper Committee [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Jane Lytle To Head Vesper Committee Chairman To Appoint Other New Committee Members in Fall Jane Lytle was elected chairman of the Vesper Committee for next year , at the regular vesper service held on Sunday evening :, April 28 . Miss Lytle and Richard Horner were the two people nominated by the present Vesper Committee , which is composed of Samuel Billbrough , chirman ; Pauline Frederick , Irene Dezendorf , Ruth Edwards , Richard Horner , George Sixbey , and Betty Jacoby . Miss Lytle is from Rutherford , New Jersey , and is vice-president of the Sophomore Class and treasurer of the House Council . She was a member of the Vesper Committee last year . The other members of the new committee will be appointed next fall by the chairman . While the votes were being counted by the tellers , at last Sundays service , George Sixbey played three groups of piano selections .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mouse Visits Frosh ; Fear Fills Both _^ Oh ! [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Mouse Visits Frosh ; Fear Fills Both _^ Oh ! ( A DOUBLE INTERVIEW ) I busily chewed at the baseboard that some unfeeling human had put between food and me ; Jove , please dont think that we are povertystricken , for really our mouse hole is one of the best stocked in the dormitory , but then one does tire occasionally of stale crackers and long with all one s gastrinomic system for a juicy bit of yellow cheese ! That spurred me on—a vision of that tasty delicacy—I tried to imagine a cheesy flavor to the baseboard . Soon there was only a thin veil separating . me from the great outside . I bit fiercely through that veil—success . The hole was barely large enough for me to skueeze through—and I did—but even as I manoevered my rump through the aperture , a sharp splinter pierce the brown fuzz of my nether extremity ! I was young—but as I look back , I realize the very age old and questionable squeaks that I allowed to issue from my pink lips . I tried to run away from the splinter , bu...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

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 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 , Inc . Optometrists 1217 G Street N . W . J . D . Milans & Sons Printers Phone , Main 964-965 707 EI GHTH STREET N . W . WESLEY HEIGHTS The Garden Spot of Washington W . C . and A . N . Miller 1119 17 th St . N . W . Main 1790 Home Made Ice Cream SODA FOUNTAIN Fine Candies WOODS PHARMACY 3303 45 th St . Cleve . S 443 Community Club Houm THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Chartered by Congress 1891 Protestant Co-Educational College of Liberal Arts School of the Political Sciences Graduate School Write for Catalogues Lucius C . Clark , Chancellor

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Gospel Team Conducts Special Services Sunday [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Gospel Team Conducts Special Services Sunday The Lure of Lands Visited by Miss Cline The Gospel Team of the Oxford Fellowship conducted services in the Langdon M . E . Church of this city last Sunday morning :, and in Calvary M . E . Church of Frederick , Md ., Sunday evening . Rev . F . R . Barnes , formerly an A . U . student , is pastor of Lansrdon Church . ( Continued from Page 1 ) A visit at Valletta , the Island of Malta , on the day of the anniversary of the shipwreck of St . Paul . The Transylvania itself was almost wrecked just before landing , February 18 . A visit to the Museum of Cairo where the treasures of the tomb of King Tutankhamen are displayed . The five-day trip up the Nile , aboard the steamer Victoria was the climax of the trip , Miss Cline said . She saw Luxor , Karnak , and Thebes ; the splendor of King Tutankhamen and the Valley of the Kings . The party spent several days at the beautiful Winter Palace Hotel in Luxor , where Rudyard Kipling was a guest at th...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dr . Rufus Jones Speaks in Cbapel on "Adventure " Haverford Professor Talks to Students While Here for "Pastors ' Retreat " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Dr . Rufus Jones Speaks in Cbapel on Adventure Haverford Professor Talks to Students While Here for Pastors Retreat Dr . Rufus Jones , of Haverford College , who is the author of several noted books , and Minister of the Society of Friends , spoke to American University students April 30 , on the SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE . That spirit is the greatest characteristic of our age , as is proved by the many people risking their lives to fly across the Atlantic , to climb Mount Everest , and to reach the North and South Poles . But Dr . Jones wondered if instead of climbing Mount Everest , or becoming a stowaway on Byrds expedition we should not find adventures right where we live . Why not turn our zeal and energy into spiritual adventures , and help make life richer , and fuller , and deeper ? The son of Dr . Francis T . Peabody , a very dear friend of Dr . Jones , had the pinnacle of fame in medicine when he discovered that he had a cancer that would not let him live another year . He was c...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Students Discuss World Problems [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Students Discuss World Problems Disarmament and International Cooperation Topics for Conference at Oxford Englands most distinguished leaders and statesmen will welcome the American student delegation to the Anglo-American University Conference to be held at Merton College , Oxford , during July , according to William Thomson , President of the British Universities League of Nations Society , arranging the entertainment for the visitors . Viscount Cecil , of Chelwood , and Lord Balfour will act as Honorary Presidents for the conference , which will be officially presided over by student chairmen . The reception committee includes Sir Austin Chamberlain , Lord Eustace Percy , Lord Salisbury , Mr . Ramsay Mac Donald , Mr . Lloyd George , and the _Vice-Chancellors of all the British Universities . Twenty-eight American students , two professors and the Secretary of the International Relations Clubs , will attend the conference as official delegates . The student delegates have been cho...

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Students Accept New Constitution [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Students Accept New Constitution Document Prepared by Rice , Hill , and Elliott Meets _, Student Approval The revised constitution of the Students Association was unanimously accepted by the student body at chapel last Thursday , May 2 , and it now awaits the approval of the faculty . If it meets with the consent of the latter , this proposed body of laws will go into effect immediately and will become the permanent instrument of government of the Students Association at A . U . With one article and three clauses added to the original copy , the constitution as it now stands was thoroughly revised by the committee in charge and approved by the students . The committee which drew up the new constitution included Roland Rice , chairman ; Beth Hill , and Herbert Elliott .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Orchestra To Get Credit Next Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Orchestra To Get Credit Next Year Dr . Leineweber , Director , To Give Musical Instruction Beginning with next year the University orchestra will be a regular course in the College of Liberal Arts , according to a recent announcement by Dr . Leineweber , the director of the orchestra . Up until this time the members of the orchestra have been giving of their time and labor with no incentive to work for , other than the rather doubtful honor derived therefrom . However , by recent action on the part of the faculty , members of the orchestra will in the future receive two hours credit . The orchestra will have three regular rehearsals a week , besides playing at university functions , and there will probably be some instruction in the history and theory of orchestral music .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cousin of Dr . Shenton Author of One of New Library Booki [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Cousin of Dr . Shenton Author of One of New Library Booki Among the books recently acquired by the college library are a complete Mt of Galsworthy in six volumes ; The Gray Beginning , by Edward Shenton , a cousin of Dr . Walter F . Shpiton of American University ; Specimens of _Pre-Shakespearian Drama , by Manly ; La Vie Douloureuse de Charles Baudelaire , by Porohe ; Bellows French Dictionary ; and American Literature , a periodical which U just sending out _iti first edition . Hiring a _iteam shovel to ipeed up work on the new stadium , in the trianfie formed by Massachusetts and University Avenues behind the Chan- « _tUor _* _s residence , is being contemplated by the administration . Work on the project is reported as proceeding very slowly .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sunday School Class Meets At Dr . Kinsman ' s Home [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Sunday School Class Meets At Dr . Kinsman s Home About thirty members of Dr . Kinsman s Sunday School Class attended a party in the form of an open house at his home last Sunday evening , May 5 . Music , songs , and conversation were the order of the evening . Refreshments were served by the girls of the class , who lost to the boys in an attendence contest . It is understood that the class , which met Sunday for the last time this year , will be continued next year . The topic for discussion next year has not yet been announced . This class was organised by Dr . Kinsman in the fall of 1987 . It is composed almost entirely of A . U . students , and the weekly discussions are planned to help students meet and solve everyday problems .

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A . U . Girls as Pages at Parent-Teacher Convention [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

A . U . Girls as Pages at Parent-Teacher Convention Twelve A . U . girls are officiating as pages at the National Convention of Parents and Teachers today and tomorrow ( Tuesday and Wednesday ) at the Hotel Willard . Laat night they were entertained at a dinner at the Washington Hotel . The pages for today are the Misses Belz , Claflin , Hopkins , Turbett , Stewart and Rinkel ; those for tomorrow the Misses Appel , Dimette , Hine , Moore , Hetrick and Frederick .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Vote For Council President Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Vote For Council President Tomorrow The election of the president of the Student Council will take place tomorrow , May 8 . Under the new constitution , the polls will be open from 8 A . M . to 2 P . M ., and the ballot boxes will be placed in the Main Corridor of Hurst Hall . The four candidates are Raymond Spaeth , Jack LaFavre , Leon Shloss , and Otis Fellows , all members of this year s junior class .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sixth Concert Given by Glee Club at Seat Pleasant [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Sixth Concert Given by Glee Club at Seat Pleasant The American University Glee Club gave its sixth concert of the year at the Seat Pleasant M . E . Church Saturday , May 4 . The program , which has been largely revised , included five new numbers , namely , The Laughing Song by _Mesere-Goodsle , The Shadow March by Steven-Protheroe , The Cuban Nocturne by Lester , The Rosary by Rogers-Nevin , and Invictus by Henley-Huhn .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Deans To Abduct Seniors to Picnic [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 7 May 1929

Deans To Abduct Seniors to Picnic A picnic in honor of the Seniors is being planned by Dr . and Mrs . Woods and Miss Brown , to take place on May 11 . All arrangements are strictly secret and the Seniors will not know whither they are being led until they arrive .

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