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EAGLE and Aucola Plan for New Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
EAGLE and Aucola Plan for New Year College Closes to Tune of Wedding Bells ; _Showers * Are Popular Social Functions The air of American University campus seems alive with a spirit of romance these days . Not only are allusions made at all social functions to nuptials that are soon to be , but even the chapel is haunted by the strains of familiar love lyrics sung at weddings . Then too , there are these things called showers which seem to be most popular among the young ladies of the Residence Hall . So you see it is not without cause that we have looked into the causes of all these unusual happenings . The answer is that wedding bells will be ringing for six couples well known to our campus sometime soon . One of the most interesting of these weddings will be that of Miss Lela F . Covert and Robert Wierer . The wedding will take place at nine o clock in the morning in the Women s Residence Hall on Tuesday , the fourth of June . Dr , Lucius C . Clark will officiate assisted by Rev ....
Everett Ryder , ' 31 , Wins Tennis Meet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Everett Ryder , 31 , Wins Tennis Meet ATHLETICS Frosh Kitten-Ball Team Takes Prize Texas _Broods Wins Checker Marathon Faculty Wins Last Game But Fails To Keep Cup from Victors An unexpected defeat of the Freshman kitten-ball team by the Faculty , 12 to 9 , the final game of ( he league , proved insufficient to keep the Frosh from winning the first leg on the cup , donated by the United Typewriter Company . In an exciting game full of amusing errors , the Frosh had previously defeated the Jesters , the most serious contenders , by an 18 to 12 score . By this victory the Frosh clinched first place ; and the silver loving cup , emblematic of victory , which is now in the office of the Women s Residence Hall , will be presented to them in the near future .. Permanent possession of the cup will be secured by the first team winr ning three times . The other teams finished in the following order : Jesters , Sophomores , Phi Beta Zeta , Faculty , Juniors , Oxford Fellowship , and Chemistry...
Growth of College Reviewed in Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Growth of College Reviewed in Chapel ( Continued from Pane 3 ) cheer leaders , were honored as follows : Letter men football—captain , Donald Bittinger ; captain-elect , Milton Crist ; Lynn _Corson , Richard Jarvis , George Olsen , Milton Folston _, Thomas Martin , Eric Friedheim , Herbert Elliot , Roland Rice , Russell Lambert , Roland Parrish , Charles Lowe , Henry Johnson , John LaFa vre , William Wolowitx , James T . Johnson , manager . Letter men basketball—captain , John LaFavre ; David Lichliter _, captain-elect ; Bruce _Kessler , Forrest Burgess , James T . Johnson , manager basket ball . Ellsworth Tompkins , manager of athletics ; cheer leaders , Daniel Terrell and Milton B . Crist . Women received honors in elass letters , varsity hockey , basketball and tennis : Those winning silver chains , already having won silver basketballs — Kathryn Severance , Rowanetta Allen , Martha Brieker , Florence Fellows , Betty Jaeoby _, Sara Marti , Mary Chadwick ; those winning liver bask...
Walter M . Young Visits A . U . over Week-en < [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Walter M . Young Visits A . U . over Week-en &lt; Letter Holders Form Girls A Club Walter M . Young , the new coach and assistant professor of Physical Education , visited the college during the past week-end . On Friday , May 31 , he met all men interested in athletics for the coming year . He conferred with the Dean and the various captains and managers in regard to general plans for next year s athletic program . During his stay Mr . Young also looked over the equipment . Mrs . Young accompanied her husband in his visit to American University . Organization to Seek to further Interest in Girls Athletics The A Club is to take the place of the Women s Athletic Association , in order to further the interest in women s athletics . Only those having class letters or varsity awards will be considered members . Freshmen entering will be divided into two groups , the Orange and the Blue . They will compete in all the different games and the girls who get their letters will remain...
Golf Championship Won by B . Edwards [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Golf Championship Won by B . Edwards W . Menges And B . Bright Place Second And Third in Meet Playing the final eighteen holes over the Soldiers Home Course on Saturday , May 18 , Burke Edwards , 32 , won the golf championship of A . : U . He had a 43 going out and a 42 coming in for a total of 85 . Edwards also made the best shot of the day when he just missed a hole-in-one on the 185-yard fourth hole , the ball stopping a foot from the pin . William Menges placed second in the tournament with a card of 41 _and 47 for an 88 , and Brooke Bright , who had a rather poor first round , came back in the second to shoot a 42 for third place . ¦ Menges 41 of May 18 and Edwards 38 of the week before were the best nine-hole scores to be turned in .
Dave Morgan , ' 28 , Runs for A . U . in City Marathon [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Dave Morgan , 28 , Runs for A . U . in City Marathon Running under the name of American University , David R . Morgan , a graduate of last year , was the third District youth to finish in the annual 16-mile marathon through Washington Saturday , May 25 . He was awarded the Louis Gallery Cup , given by Louis Manusco . Morgan was also awarded a bronze medal for having crossed the tape in twenty-second position . He is this year attending Drew Theological Seminary .
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY I [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY I _tiElM _^ _GSSMBUSMiJJpiJiJliJi _9 Ii 9 IGnSIS 13 _ISISIiSISISISIMSlSISlSISISI 3 lp ) . _IS@lGiMi Not During Examination Week ( Thats the time we stick to A . U ., and dern close to it . ) It seems that the greatest mistake the faculty ever made is calling this week we ve just been through Examination Week . The name should be Registration Week , because it is during this time that the students decide their next year s courses . The idea is that they take down a list of the students who leave the examination room first , and then when they themselves get out , an inquiry is made as to the courses these Pirst-to-leavers were registered for . Care must be taken not to be deceived by Vic ODells leaving the exam room early , for there is a slight possibility that Vic may be leaving early on account of his lack of knowledge rather than his superabundance of it . I took an examination once . It nearly turned out to be a greater tragedy than Dean Woods almost ...
World Students To Meet in Budapest [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
World Students To Meet in Budapest College Types Eleventh Congress of _Internat . Confederation To Discuss Hungarian Boundary Several hundred students from all over the world will meet in Budapest for the Eleventh Congress of the International Confederation of Students , C . I . E ., August 10-24 . They will reside at the magnificant municipal hotel , St . Gellert , famed for its marble structure and natural thermo baths . Budapest is the capital of Hungary , divided by the Danube River , with Buda , the old city , on one side , and Pest , the new , on the other . The royal castle , reputed to be one of the finest in Europe , is situated not far from the hotel , on a hill , overlooking the Danube . Across the river rise the towers of the second most beautiful parliament house in Europe . American students attending conferences in Europe are usually confounded by the magnitude of the problems presented by the scores ol little countries in this section of the world . Those who attend ...
Plans Drawn for Women _' s Glee Club [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Plans Drawn for Women _ s Glee Club New Group Under Dr . Dudley To Have Try-outs in Fall Plans concerning the organization and work of the Women s Glee Club to Le organized next year under the direction of Dr . Harold M . Dudley , have been practically completed according to a recent report . The club will be composed of a limited number of voices chosen after try-outs are held within the second week after the _opening of college next fall . Voices will be organized in three parts ; soprano , mezzo-soprano , and contralto . There will be two regular rehearsals each week , in addition to special individual instruction once a week . The work of the club will con ¬ sist largely of popular and semiclassical numbers . The club will have a limited number of outside engagements , probably in the spring . Complete Baseball and Track Equipment for School and College Teams What were the prime minister s words when he heard of the death of Queen Victoria ? Student ;— It aint gonna reign no mor...
International Group Assembles at Harvard [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
International Group Assembles at Harvard Students from nine different collccos in the vicinity of Boston attended the first meeting of the students permanent International Assembly held at Harvard recently . The principle figure of the group was Sir Herbert Ames , Treasurer of the League of Nations from 101 !) to 1926 . Professor W . Y . Elliott of Harvard opened the Conference . Dr . Elliott explained that the purpose of the Assembly is to discuss subjects of international scope from the viewpoints of different nations , with foreign students presenting their opinions from the poJnt of view of their respective governments . It is said that watches are sometimes seriously affected by the magnetism of the wearers . But it s rather serious when they are affected by the magnetism of someone else , and the watch disappears .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
about tears may not be out of place even in this supposedly humorous piece . Tears , idle tears , I know not what they mean , Tears from the depth of some divine despair Rise in the heart and gather to the eyes , In looking on the happy autumn fields , And thinking of the days that are no more . So here am I , the Alumnus , unlucky _thirtesnth . Being the most important type on the campus doesnt make me feel any luckier even on graduation day . But as I step forth , leaving 1 behind the types ( all firm friends I hope ) I carry with me the memories of Four Years , the glorious years , memories to renew my spirit sure to flag a bit in the dark _sj-ots of the yearsahead . I ve had my Four Years , luckythirteenth !
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A . U . Glee Club Gives Concert in the Gym [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
A . U . Glee Club Gives Concert in the Gym Class Honors Given Dramat Plans Busy Season Next Year ( Continued from Page 1 ) &lt;) . I Got a Robe ( Heav n , Heav n ) Negro Spiritual Goin Home . Dvorak The Quartet 10 . Invictus Henley-Huhn Amiei ( Our Strong Band Can Neer Be Broken ) The Glee Club This event closed the first season of the American University Glee Club . The club was organized last fall under the direction of Prof . R . Deane Shure . Officers for the current year were J . Harold Riggle , president ; Ellsworth Tompkins , vice-president ; S . Carlton Ayers , secretary-treas-urer ; Roger W . Craven , business manager ; and Richard Homer , librarian . Miss Bernice Field has been the accompanist . In the second week in February Mr . Shure had to give up the work of directing the club to Dr . Paul Kaufman , who has handled it since . The Glee Club has given seven off-campus concerts : at Mt . Vernon M . E . Church on February 27 ; at Potomac Heights Community Church o...
Seniors Hold Final Chapels [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Seniors Hold Final Chapels Faculty Makes Plans for Full Vacation Pioneer Class of The College Gives Services in Chapel During Last Week Monday , May 20 , marked the beflnning of the Senior chapel week , and those who occupied the platform during the first service were the seniors who entered American University in the year 1928 . Reuben Steinmeyer presided , the Scripture was read by Dora May Feldman , and Claribel Eaton read selections from The Blue Flower by Henry Van Dyke . The following day , Tuesday , those seniors who entered the college in September , 1927 , were seated on the platform . From among this group Rowannetta Allen was chosen to preside , Mary Jane Stewart read the _scripture , and Ida Belle Hopkins rendered a solo , How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings , by Samuel Liddle . The speaker of the morning was Mary Deffinbaugh . On Wednesday , the 22 nd , the three members of the graduating class who became students of A . U . in 1926 had charge of the program . Irene Dezendorf ...
Fellowship Plans Extended Work [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 June 1929
Fellowship Plans Extended Work Gospel Team Expected To Widen Program And Social Activities Are To Be Increased Although it is too early to make any definite plans for next year , the Oxford Fellowship is looking forward in a general way to the new year s work . The first thing m be done is to offer to all new ministerial students an opportunity m be members of the organization . After the membership program is completed , the group will turn its attention to the several main feacures of the year s program . The Gospel Team work that was _carrietf-en ao successfully during the past year will be continued on the same general plan . This consists in sending out groups of four or five members to different local churches , where they conduct a service in which there are several short talks , usually with a musical feature furnished by some of the members . Another practice of last year that will continue is the custom of inviting ministers from the local churches to address the group fro...