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AROUND THE WORLD ! WITH WALLY j ELKTON . MARYLAND [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

AROUND THE WORLD ! WITH WALLY j ELKTON . MARYLAND ( Where we have the Reign of Terrell . ) Elkton _s not far from Baltimore . But you cant prove that by anyone in Baltimore . Where some towns are found on Maps , Elkton is found in Hearst s American Weekly , that Sunday Scandal Sheet that makes France afraid to ask U . S . into the League of Nations , or somethin _* . Elkton won its way into thi * Wrangle-American Chronicle by the fact that a couple years ago it was United States Gretna Green , where all you needed to get married was five bucks and a girl . It is obvious that in a town where such law-abiding and pious people as Dan Terrell is representative of live , such a practice could not long exist . And it didnt —( no longer than the marrying minister had time to coin a young fortune , and for Elkton to get its name into the Scandal Sheet ) . It was left , then , to the citizens of Elkton to vindicate their town , — to get it into the limelight in a favorable color , —to have a...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Seminar Plans Near Completion [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Seminar Plans Near Completion Mrs . S . K . Jamieson Speaks to Mothers Fellowship Holds Banquet Gilbert McVaugh To Become Member Of Party Touring Over Palestine and Europe Plans for the American University seminar trip to Palestine this coming summer have been completed and a goodly registration for the group has been secured , according to a recent announcement by Dr . A . J . Jackson , who is to head the project . The group will sail from New York on the S . S . Saturnia , on June 26 , and will land back in New York on Aug . 17 , on the S . S . Acquitania . According to Dr . Jackson , arrangements have been made with Dean C . C . McCown , of the Pacific School of Religion , who is to be the director of the American School of Ori ¬ ental Research in Jerusalem during the coming year , for the group to live in the dormitories of that institution during its stay in Jerusalem . According to the revised itinerary , the return trip will include visits to Florence , Milan , Lausanne , and...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
United Typewriters Trounce Army Nine [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

United Typewriters Trounce Army Nine Eight Survive In Tennis Tournament Administration Lets Excavation Contract Aviators Avenge Service Defeat by 5-1 Encounter The United Typewriter Uniteds after starting out like a house on fire , Blackened up a little in their winning pace as oncoming exams deprived them of much time for their practice sessions . Nevertheless , they were in good form enough to soundly trounce the Army Headquarters Team , 8-3 , on May 4 . At that time , Seeley Gray turned in an inspiring victory . Although more hits were earned off him than off Dorton , Army s hurler , the spunky little Doc tightened up in the pinches , and won his mates a hard-fought victory . The Boiling Field nine came back and protected Service Team honors by licking our boys 5-1 in a seven inning encounter . The hard-hitting aviators proved too much for Vince Ryder . A game with C . U . was cancelled when C . U . authorities informed Coach McAuliffe that his team could not meet a team bearing ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dr . A . J . Jackson To Give Address [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Dr . A . J . Jackson To Give Address Speaks Before Lucy Webb Hayei Senior Banquet Tonight Dr . A . J . Jackson will be the speaker at the Senior Banquet at the Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School , Friday evening . This school , which is operated by the Women s Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church , is , in a measure , connected with American University in that graduates of the three-year course there may come to American and get their degree after a year in residence . Those taking such a course are usually required to major in Religion because their background at Lucy Webb Hayes has prepared them for such a major . Dr . Jackson , as the head of the department of Religion at A . U . is a most appropriate speaker for thia occasion , in consideration of the nature of the relationship between the two schools . The banquet , though called the Senior Banquet , will include the entire student body , and is an important function in the life of the school .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Kittenball Teams Face Final Contests [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Kittenball Teams Face Final Contests Freshman and Sophomores Hold Lead With Clubs Following ; Last Games Next Week Eight teams , which constitute the Kittenball League of American University , are striving to gain the trophy that will be presented to the winner by the United Typewriter Company . Two games are being played at 12 : 45 each day and up until last Saturday the Freshmen team had been undefeated . Leland Field , who is in charge of the series , arranged the schedule of games and composed the rules . The official umpires which were chosen include : Dr . Golder , Dr . Marsh , C . Carter , Field , H . Johnson , Dieterich and Walowitz . The standing of the teams , including last Tuesday s games are as follows :

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
'Sometime Soon " [ Produced by G . W [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Sometime Soon [ Produced by G . W Featured Entire Week at Wardman Park Theater George Washington University presented their annual musical comedy Sometime Soon at the Wardman Park Theatre the entire week of May sixth . The most outstanding features of this show were its snappy music and tap-toe dancing . Sometime Soon , What Care I , and All I Get is Bye Bye were the hit songs of the show . Sue Crump putting the latter over with a great deal of punch and personality . Mildred Burnham carried off the honors from among the ladies of the cast , by her clever acting . The plot of the show did not allow for much clever acting , however . One is easily justified in saying that the book was far below the standards set by the rest of the show .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Burke Edwards Leads Golfers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Burke Edwards Leads Golfers Finals To Be Held Tomorrow Ok Soldier s Field Course The first eighteen holes of the Mens Championship Golf Tournament of A . U . were played over courses B and F at East Potomac Park on Saturday , May 11 . Burke Edwards , 32 , who had two birdies and four pars in his two rounds , took the lead for the best medal score in the 18-hole affair . The tourney , however , will be completed on the Soldier s Home Course next Saturday , May 18 , and the other contestants will be out to cop the lead . The present leader in this tournament also distinguished himself by winning the fourth flight in the Town and Country Club Spring Invitation Tourney on Friday , May 10 . He defeated Richard Westwood , of Manor Club , . 5 up and 3 .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Girls Tennis Team Meets G . W . Co-eds [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Girls Tennis Team Meets G . W . Co-eds The A . U . Girls Tennis Team met G . W . on the Monument Courts last Wednesday . Sonni Fellows was the star player , giving A . U . her single victory . She is a consistent player and has helped A . U . win in singles for the last four years . The Freshmen played the Sophs in soccer on Thursday and were defeated 1-0 . The losers will play { he Juniors this week . _cussion on the situation followed . The membership committee that was appointed for next year includes : Winston Manning , chairman ; Jane Lytle , Janie Seantlin , and Russell _Lambi-rt .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
J . H . Riggle Heads Glee Club Again [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

J . H . Riggle Heads Glee Club Again Hobbs , Burr , Homer and Fuchs Elected to Other Offices At a business meeting of the Glee Club held in Hurst Hall on Monday evening , May 6 , officers , for next year were elected as follows : President , J . Harold Riggle , ( who has been president during the current year ); vice-president , Robert Hobbs ; secretary-treasurer , Robert Burr ; business manager * Richard Homer ; and librarian , Barrett Fuchs . It is expected that next year each member of the Club will serve on one or more of the several committees provided for in the constitution recently adopted by the Club .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I . R . C . Held Final Meeting on May 8 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

I . R . C . Held Final Meeting on May 8 Sinking of I m Alone Presented for Discussion The final meeting of the International Relations Club was held on Wednesday evening , May 8 , with Pauline Frederick , the new president , presiding . The topic for discussion was the Sinking of the I m Alone . Dale Haworth gave an interesting talk on its history and presented the American side of the affair , _white Russell Lambert upheld the Canadian viewpoint . A general dis-

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 — 17 May 1929

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Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Aucola Staff Laying Plans [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Aucola Staff Laying Plans Cercle Francaise Gives One Act French Comedy Press Representatives At Conference Next Year s Annual , In Hands Of Experienced Year Book Staff , Already In Preparation The class of 31 which has been prominent in scholastic activities since its entry two years ago , is now laying the foundation for the 1930 edition of the Aucola which it will publish . Under Lud Johnson , elected Editor-in-Chief , the necessary decisions and plans are being made which will make the Aucola a credit to the class . Margaret Mowbray , who is art editor , is already making plans for a book which will be as artistic as possible and at the same time different from the usual type of year books . In conjunction with the assistant editors , Nola Livingston and John M . Houston , Margaret Mowbray is working on the theme design which will be carried throughout the book . Norman Cramer , the Business Manager , is making sure of a firm financial foundation and will provide an increased bud...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Library Gets Many New Books [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Library Gets Many New Books Quartet Appears Three Times In Week Next Concert Of Singers Will fi « Dr . W . M . Gewehr Heads History Department Volumes On Medicine , Banking And Subjects Of Literature Courses Are Received The first three numbers of the Vocational Monograph Series , published by the American Council of Education , have been received by the University Library . They are of interest both to nien and women in the college , as they deal with The Profession of Medicine , The Profession of Librarianship , and Investment Banking as a Career . Books acquired for Miss Brown s course in American literature for next year are : Some Contemporary Americans , by Boynton ; Ordeal of Mark Twain , by Brooks ; Ideals at American Poets , by Duncan ; Rebellious Puritan , by Morris ; From Whitman to Sandburg in American Poetry , by Weirick ; Ralph Waldo Emerson , by Gay ; Reinterpretations ot American Literature , by Foerster ; Spirit of American Literature , by Macy ; and St . Jean de Cr...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
InWhichlVePutOne Over On Our Editor [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

InWhichlVePutOne Over On Our Editor Mrs . S . K . Varrelman Attends Convention Faculty Women s Club Held Final Meeting Of Year Mist Wulf Honor Guest At BonVoyage Party Mrs . Hall Entertaioes At Shower For Helen Roher A beautiful star-lit night—silver sheen on placid water—warm scented breezes wafting around—underneath it all the steady throb of putsating life—and Love . The beautiful girl and the big strong boy with arms tightly entwined about one another . Finally he could restrain himself no longer , she glanced up at him startled , as he violently disengaged himself from her embrace and flung himself down on his two hardy knees . Neither noticed the squish of the mud as it spattered out to make room for his joints repose . Firmly settled , he carefully smoothed his hair and eyebrows , clasped his hands , raised his eyes cloudward and fervently breathed You are my Hope and creed , it s you ! Fair one , I lovest thou . Wilt . The tactful girl blushed , batted her eyes a few times a...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Smeet Qirl Graduate Never Had a Date [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 17 May 1929

Smeet Qirl Graduate Never Had a Date American University is in way ol becoming rather famous for its girl students . There are the girl debaters , always ready to speak _wisalj and sturdily on the jury question ! and stop to condemn freedom oi speech in the next breath , and al ways ready to give the full detail ! of the debate coach s admiration foi Long Distance Information and a certain type of tooth ( they dont mean a wisdom tooth , either ) . Then there are girl athletes who spend months practising for a tiring basketball schedule of three games . There are girls who take dramat and acquire Shakespearien voices and piratical tendencies , girls who swagger and girls who are kittenish , and—well , there are girls and girls and girls . Pretty soon the old college tune about Northwestern for her pretty girls will have to be fixed up with words about the girls at American ( oh , yes , they are pretty , too ) . But the purpose of this article is not to speak about women in gener ¬ al...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First Class to Attend College for Four Years Completes Its Pioneering Course [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929

First Class to Attend College for Four Years Completes Its Pioneering Course Fifty-Seven University Graduates < Get Degrees at Commencement Fifty-seven graduate and under ¬ graduate degrees were conferred by the American University at its Fifteenth Annual Convocation and Commencement exercises held this evening in the gymnasium-audi-torium . The College of Liberal Arts awarded thirty-eight degress of Bachelor of Arts , exactly the same number as the total conferred during the last three years . There were five graduates of the College in 26 , fifteen in 27 , and 18 in 28 . Of the thirty-eight who are graduating this year , eighteen are pioneers 1 , having entered the College when it first opened in 1925 , and remaining here the full four years . The Graduate School conferred five degrees of Doctor of Philosophy , one of Master of Political Science , and six of Master of Arts . The School of the Political Sciences awarded three degrees of Bachelor of Political _Sctenov , a...

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