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Introducing to You the Fraternities Recognized at American University [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Introducing to You the Fraternities Recognized at American University Four campus social groups have been recognized and formally approved by the College of Liberal Arts . The faculty , in approving these , four groups _, has proved that American University is looking toward the future and expects a continual increase in the student body . Of the organizations recognized , two are sororities—Alpha Chi and the Swagger Club , and two are fraternities —the Jesters Club and Phi Beta Zeta . In making the announcement of the approval , it was explained that these charters , issued by the trustees of the University upon recommendation of the faculty , may be revoked upon cause . Local groups of students must be organized and approved for at least two years after faculty recognition before they may petition for membership in a national organization . It is further provided that any advances made by officers of a national fraternity are to be reported promptly to the faculty committee of the...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
" Victory for American ' [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Victory for American Welcome , Dad ! We re glad to see you . dad . We have wanted you to come and see- us in our college environment ; we have wanted you to meet the gang . And most of all , we have wanted this chance to tell you just how much you mean to us . So when you re here on Dads Day , Sunday , October 27 , be sure to take a look about the campus—we re proud of it . And plan to stay here long enough to meet our friends and faculty members ; and if you come from a great distance , you will want to see some of the sights about the Capital . We hope your visit here will be so pleasant that you will want to come back again . Welcome , dtdl Real Campus Opinion The Editor s desk was buried deep with literature . His appeal for student expression had been answered . Or had it ? In our last issue we appealed for Campus Opinion . But we could not have made ourselves clear . For we have been literally swamped with ex ¬ pressions of personal grudges and animosities . We received fiery ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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I FRATERNITY NEWS a * •»• * _** _a * _a _^ a mm ««¦¦ _¦» mm [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

I FRATERNITY NEWS a * •»• * _** _a * _a _^ a mm ««¦¦ _¦» mm Library Obtains Many New Books • m The Swagger Club has issued invita- • ions to a bridge-breakfast for Saturday , November 2 , in the Women s Residence Hall . This will be the first of a series of parties given by the Swaggers during rushing week . Jean Shapiro and Joe McVey are chairmen of the committees in charge . The Duty of the Fraternity to the College and the Individual was the subject of a talk given by Roland Rice at the smoker held by Phi Beta Zeta at the Cairo Hotel on Wednesday evening , October 0 . The fraternity , according to Mr . Rice , is an organization in which one may develop contracts and closer relationships with men representing the various lines of endeavor on the University campus . The occasion of this address was a get-together held by the members of Phi Beta Zeta to a group of student guests . Radio music and cards furnished the entertainment , refreshments bringing to an end a very enjoyable ev...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dr . A . E . Zucker Publishes Book [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Dr . A . E . Zucker Publishes Book Ibsen , the Master Builder Is Dr . Zucker s Contribution to Literary World Ibsen , the Master Builder is thetitle of the biography of the great Norwegian dramatist , published this month by Dr . A . E . Zucker . Mr . Zucker is the husband of Mrs . Zucker . assistant professor of Latin and Greek in American University . In the preface the author states that the book is an attempt to present Ibsen s personality by the materials furnished by the men and women who knew him . For this purpose , Mrs . Zucker says , Mr . Zucker went to Norway two summers ago , and has been writing the book for a year and a half since . Mrs . Zucker acted as her husbands proof reader and typist . Margaret Wallace , in the October Bookman , says , This story of the life and work of one of the worlds greatest dramatists is itself not without drama —a drama of continuous and unflinching self-dissection , of implacable search for a deep and satisfying personal truth . Mr . Zuc...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Art Department Obtains Two Plate Collections [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Art Department Obtains Two Plate Collections The Art Department has acquired two valuable collections of plates for use this year . One is on the Parthenon , its history , architecture and sculpture , published by The Central Library of Art and Architecture in St . Germaine , with an introduction by Maxine Coligno , a member of the Institute , and a professor in the University of Paris ; and the other is Gothic Architecture in France , the Architecture and the Decoration , second edition , by Emile Enlart . member of the Institute . A selected number of plates from Banister and Fletcher has been ordered from London , and is expected to arrive soon . ¦ These plates will be of great value to the Art Department , especially in connection with the course on introduction to the fine arts .

Publication Title: American Eagle
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AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY ChilHcothe , Ohio { One side , Ladee . z !) ChilHcothe , the typicalest of typical American towns , has won undying fame here in the East . Since A . U . defeated George Washington , nothing is too good for Chillicothe , whence comes Coach Walter H . Young , to whom the aforementioned victory is attributed . Not only that , but Coach Young brought with him Orful Orville Targee , whom it befell to show the sophisticated Easterners how to play football ; and Frosty Diehl , whose somber expressions on some of these autumn mornings may be traced back to little Mary who waits for her Frosty back in Chillicothe . It behooves us , when we note this trio , to brush up a little on the town which sent them . We find , after extensive research , that Chillicothe was rescued from the Indians long before flagpole sitting was a national pastime . ( We heard of this defeat of the Cleveland Indians , but we were of the opinion that it was more recent . ) This made Chilli...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Women ' s Athletics Changes Policy [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Women s Athletics Changes Policy Coach Wulf Institutes Intramural Competition A change in policy of women s athletics , which does away with all intercollegiate games , has been inaugurated this year . Miss Wulf . in explaining the change said : Since women s athletics have apparently undergone a change in policy this year , an article seems to be due that will enlighten the College community as to what that policy is and why it is thought best to try it out . In the first place , I have not beer in favor of varsity teams and intercollegiate games because it favored the few who didn t need the exercise and training , to the detriment of the large majority that did need it . On that basis I wrote twenty colleges of good standing , and sent a questionnaire of nine questions concerning their policy in regard to intercollegiate games . Sixteen reported that no games were played ; three ( Sweetbriar , Brown , Swarthmore ) had a rather extensive schedule of games , and one ( Elmira ) play...

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Eagles Take Defeat From Baltimore U . Score of 13-6 Closes Game in Which Eagles Fail to Uphold Former Standard [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Eagles Take Defeat From Baltimore U . Score of 13-6 Closes Game in Which Eagles Fail to Uphold Former Standard The Eagles lost their first football game of the season on October 19 , when they bowed to the University of Baltimore at Mount Washington , Baltimore , with the score of _J 3-6 . Both teams fought throughout the game , but Baltimore s strength on the line was the telling factor . The lightness of the Eagles showed up plainly against the crashing forward wall of their much heavier opponents . The first period brought a thrill in the long run made by Targee . who apparently went over for a touchdown . The ball was brought back , however , one of the officials having seen Targee step out of bounds , and the score did not count . Shortly after this , the Baltimore team pushed down the field , rushing the ball , and Neff , quarterback , went over for a touchdown . Gutschall , right half , made the extra point by a placement kick . No scores were made during the second and third...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Students to Attend Press Conference Georgetown Extends Invitation to Six Colleges of District for Saturday , Oct . 26 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Students to Attend Press Conference Georgetown Extends Invitation to Six Colleges of District for Saturday , Oct . 26 The Second Annual District Intercollegiate Press Conference will be held Saturday morning , October 26 , at Georgetown University . Joseph Brunini _, editor-in-chief of The Hoya , the Georgetown weekly , will act as temporary chairman of the conference . The s ; x col eges to be represented are : American , Catholic , Georgetown , George Washington , Maryland , and Trinity College . The representatives from American University are G . Leonard Johnson . 31 , editor-in-chief of the Aucola ; Norman S . Cramer , 31 . business manager Df The Eagle and the Aucola ; S . Carlton Ayers , 31 . assistant editor of The Eagle ; John M . Houston , a member of both The Eagle and Aucola staff . An attractive program has been arranged by Mr . Brunini . From 10 until 1 o clock there will be discussions by the different representatives on the problems confronting student editors . This...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Mr . McAdam to Give Recital [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Mr . McAdam to Give Recital Program Will Be Presented in Women s Residence Hall on Nov . 9 A recital will be given Saturday afternoon , November 9 , at 3 o clock by Mr . Edward L . McAdam in the Women s Residence Hall in honor of the faculty and invited guests . Afterwards the faculty women residing in the dormitory will entertain the guests at tea . The 11 th and 12 th of November , the recital will be repeated in chapel . Miss Berenice Field is accompanying . The program includes twelve English songs ranging from the traditional songs of the 16 th century to those of the present day . Gypsy John Clay Western Wynde Green Leaves Love Will Find Out the Way Bailiff s Daughter of Islington Wraggle Taggle Gypsies Shall I Come Sweete Love , to Thee Campion Gather Ye Rosebuds Lowes Dido s Song H . Purcel I Attempt from Love s Sickness to Fly H . Purcell Love Has Eyes Bishop Sea Fever ( Masefield ) Ireland Mr . McAdam has done a great deal of recital work . He began his training as a boy s...

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Coach Enthuses Over G . W . Game [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Coach Enthuses Over G . W . Game 1 $ Pleased With Spirit Shown by Members of Student Body I never saw a studcnl body thai Have as whole-hearted support to the team as did the American University cheering section a ! the G . \ V . game . Coach Young had just climbed into his football togs and was waiting in the dressing room for his players to arrive from afternoon classes for regular practice . There was quite a difference in the fighting spirit of both the team and the spectators at this game from the last half of the game with Shenandoah . There was no let-down at any time . The earn fought every minute , and the stands backed them up . If this working hand in hand of both squad and student body continues , I feel that we will make i creditable showing in the rest of our games . Coach Young s enthusiasm for the -ooting section is borne out somewhat iw the George Washington Hatchet , which reported a crowd of 4 , 000 at the Tame , most of whom were American University supporters .<...

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American Chemical Ass ' n Sponsors Essay Contest [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

American Chemical Ass n Sponsors Essay Contest The American Chemical Association _, is offering to freshman students of universities and colleges a 1 Q 29-3 O prize essay contest . Six prizes of $ 500 . six prizes of $ 300 , and six prizes of $ 100 will be awarded for the first , second , and third best essays on each of six subjects concerning the relation of chemistry to important factors of the world _, such as forestry , the home , and others . More detailed particulars are obtainable from Dr . Holton . Dr . Golder has agreed to allow an essay for this contest to take the place of work for three essays for English credit . Chancellor Clark will be the speaker , both morning and evening , this Sunday , at services commemorating the 150 th anniversary of the founding of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Eastern Maryland .

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Men s Corridor Inmates Appoint Own Keepers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Men s Corridor Inmates Appoint Own Keepers The inmates of the Men s Corridoi in the Gymnasium held a meeting t &amp;lt; appoint assistant guards to help the j _. ti keeper , Carlton Ayers . Carlton _SkRv and Gladstone Williams were elected t &amp;lt; i this honorable position , namely , as rep resentatives to serve on the House Com mittee in co-operation with the Procter Their duty will be to keep order , daw up any necessary rules , and attend to the social affairs . The jail birds will now have to refrain from all riots anc 1 outbreaks . Patronize Our Advertisers !

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

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Club Party Room to Be Furnished [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 24 October 1929

Club Party Room to Be Furnished Mr . Riddleberger Speaks on Tariff Before I . R . C Student Council Weighs Policies May Be Used by All Girls to Entertain Their Guests Betty Jacoby . representative of the social committee of the Womens Residence Hall , interviewed the non-club girls , Thursday , October 17 , immediately after chapel , to make plans for furnishing the club party room . This room is Number 216 on the . second floor of the womens dormitory . Any one , whether a club girl or a nonclub girl , is privileged to use this room for entertaining her guests and friends if arrangements are made beforehand with Mrs . Millard . Unfortunately , this room is not furnished . It is estimated that thirty or forty dollars will be needed to cover furnishing expenses The room now contains only one large and one small table , a few chairs and benches , and one cot . Plans are made to obtain several comfortable chairs _, new curtains , rugs , and other furnishings to make the room more cheer...

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