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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 8 October 1926

FRIENDSHIP CLEANERS AND DYERS H . RINIS , Prop . Work Called for and Delivered 4631 Belt Road Washington , D . C . Phone Cleveland 2005 SEE ETZ AND SEE BETTER Edwin H . Etz , Inc . Optometrists 1217 G St . N . W . FADS AND FANCIES Dry Goods and Notions Men s Furnishings Wisconsin Ave . near Macomb Clev . 3132 Greeting Cards DULIN & MARTIN CO Extensive assortments allow an appropriate selection -- Quality and Variety strongly combine to make that selection especially appreciated . GIFT SUGGESTIONS 1215-1217 P Street and 1214-1818 G Street COLUMBIA SHOE SHOP ANTONIO CONDELLA , Prop 1796 Columbia Road , N . W . Phone Col . 3735 Leave Work at University Book Store CHRISTIANI DRUG CO . DUPONT CIRCLE BRANCH Prescriptions , Stationery and School Supplies Telephone Main 9171 NEIGHBORHOOD HEMSTITCHING SHOP _DS 63 Wisconsin Ave ., N . W . Hemstitching , Pleating , Buttons Covered Leave Orders at University Book Store Pennants , Banners , Metpory Books , Laundry Cases , Skims Buy T...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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A . U . LOSES BUT ONE OF FOUR Shenandoah , Devitt Defeated , Blue Ridge Tied and G . W . held 28-7 MEET MARYLAND FROSH TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

A . U . LOSES BUT ONE OF FOUR Shenandoah , Devitt Defeated , Blue Ridge Tied and G . W . held 28-7 MEET MARYLAND FROSH TOMORROW l ! > i i Mating Shcnandoah College by a moi ( of ; j : i to 0 , and Devitt Prep . 2 to . uing I _ . lue Kidge College 13 to 13 , and holding the heavy George Washington team to a score of 28 to 7 , the American University football team now has a record of but one defeat out of five games played thus far this year . The A . U . team meets the Maryland freshmen at College Park field tomorrow afternoon . A rather patched up lineup was matched against George Washington and Dcvitt but all the regulars are now luck m the game . Capt . Birthright s kne . e _si / _cimi to lie in good shape since he made iiinr of the touchdowns against Shenandoah . The Americans expect a hard name tomorrow but are determined and I _ _onfulent of victory . Shenandoah Defeated The American team defeated Shenandoah Collegiate Institute at Dayton , Virginia , 33 to 0 , Octob...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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BOTH COUNCILS ARE ELECTED Members Chosen For Both Men's and Women ' s Organizations WOMEN ELECT OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

BOTH COUNCILS ARE ELECTED Members Chosen For Both Mens and Women s Organizations WOMEN ELECT OFFICERS House Officers Elected A . U . PROFS . ADDRESS SHAKESPEAREAN SOCIETY A committee was recently appointed to formulate a purpose for the Student Government Asociation . In the near future this purpose will be submitted to the student body for approval . It reads as follows : The purpose of the Student Government Asociation shall be to organize the students of the College so that the problems involving the entire group may be considered . It shall encourage student activities , foster college spirit , contribute to tradition , and promote cooperation between the faculty and the student body . The various classes have met to elect members to represent them in the Council . Two members were chosen from each of the upper classes as follows : seniors , Vera Stafford and Catherine Edwards ; juniors , Hugh Speer and Gordon Smith ; sophomores , Beulah Widstrand and Sceley Gray . The freshmen ...

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CLASSES ELECT Officers Named For Coming Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

CLASSES ELECT Officers Named For Coming Year It is still rather early in the year for the various classes to exhibit much activity . In fact , there have been only one or two meetings of each . The senior class has appointed several committees to take care of the numerous activities for commencement week . A nomination committee has also been appointed to consider those eligible for position of class historian , and rumors have been floating around of a benefit entertainment to be given thil winter to p « _vii . -&r tb . _soafcr _** . _fjft Tm _CHSCWMI •» | WHNr _WBMNI 4 MNMNNI _fewte : _vfee-presfctaft . _Wittta * G Wvaw ; _MCFctsry Mb _tttt&gttt t vutU Mor _g » n ; r _** _.. _* _. _** *• _tfM-Cttli _** Cowt . Arthur W . Gerth ; Student Council representatives , Hugh Speer and Gordon Smith . Howard W . Rash had been elected president at a previous meeting . At the meeting of the sophomore class called by the president , Jacob Snyder , the following officers ...

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Library Ready Soon [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

Library Ready Soon Furnished Throughout In Solid Black Walnut Beautiful architectual design , luxurious _furnishings of solid black walnut , and modern equipment are the features of the jpew _Batelle Memorial Library of the _College of Liberal Arts of the American _PMwnaw . 1 _»« _« m » u mm « _ti _»«» building _oonstrttcted of white _cewst , fac- j in » Ifer * Hail of _Hotory md pan ** to . she Wiwaira _BfcMnot Haft , Tb process of moving in to the new building will begin immediately . The basement floor of the library contains one large and two smaller stack rooms and a fireproof vault in which will be kept those books and manuscripts which are too valuable to be placed on the open shelves . There is also a room which will be used temporarily as the Eagle s Nest , the office of the college paper . The main reading room is on the second floor of the library and is furnished with live solid black walnut tables with chairs to match , making accommodations for forty students at one ti...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

A . U . To Fete Dad With Program To Be Sunday Dinner Guests of College Invitations have been sent to all Dads of American L niv . ersity students to be the guests of the College at a _special _dgwj _£ _j £ njn _ the College _di _jHJBfJltfLflB _SancRy , October 31 , at l : Vt - ™ < _mGSSi Urn dfcw * . at 3 : 30 will be given tta _pnN gran dedicated to Dad . _^ _ttc mftTn feature of the _Dsos _wiwws will be an address by Mr . Wiliam Knowles Cooper , secretary of the Washington Y . M . C . A . Special music for the program will be furnished by the college orchestra and other members of the student body . The Sunday evening vesper committee is in charge of the arrangements for the occasion . This same committee last year conducted a similarcelebration to pay a tribute to ihe mothers of the students , at the College . Both of these occasions have been arranged with the idea of establishing a tradition of annually feting mother and dad with special programs . The Committee alre...

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PI-MU KAPPA HOLDS FIRST MEETING [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

PI-MU KAPPA HOLDS FIRST MEETING Pi Mu Kappa , the Physics and Mathematics Club , began its second year with a meeting Wednesday evening , October 30 th , in the chapel room . The president , Arthur Gerth , after expressing a cordial welcome to the new members of the club , appointed a committee to nominate the officers for the coming year . The program feature was an informal lantern slide lecture in which Or . Shenton described some scenes from the vacation of a mathematics professor run amuck . The slides were taken at Eagles Mere , Pennsylvania , where Dr . Shenton has spent several summers . Pi Mu Kappa plans an interesting program for this year , and with fifty representatives of the mathmatics and physics departments eligible for membership the prospects ( or an active , _enthusiastic club are very favorable . A special business meeting for the election of officers is called for Tuesday , November Slid , at 1 : 00 P . M .

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A . U . TO HEAR BISHOP Famed London Divine To Address Students of D . C . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

A . U . TO HEAR BISHOP Famed London Divine To Address Students of D . C . The Right Reverend Arthur _l- nlcy Win-tiitiKton-ItiKram , Lord Hishop of London , who is spending nine months in America for the purpose of becoming acquainted with American students , will address the student group of Washington in Continental Hall at 8 : 00 o clock this evening . Reservations have been made for a number of A . U . students to attend the meeting , and representatives have been selected from the men s group to meet Dr . Ingram . Many schools are making this arrangement in order to fulfill Dr . Ingram s wish to secure personal contact with the college men of America .

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

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I _GTfje _Spectator [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

I _GTfje _Spectator Concerning Athletic Tradition The American football team is making traditions and establishing its reputation . Success measured by the number of games lost and won is what does most to make a name for a football team . With but one defeat ( and that a moral victory growing out of a surprise party ) out of five games thus far the team has a record which any college might be proud of and a record maybe never achieved by any other college in the second year of its existance . There is another element in football which is no less influential than great success—it is the conduct of the team on the off the field . It is easy for fights to arise between opponents when a usual number of unfortunate knocks are not overlooked as accidental and unintentional compacts . A pugnacious response to even a very evident bit of dirty work not only shows lack of self-control but is an unwise blunder and is so treated by a good referee . Roosevelt * s Way . Roosevelt , the athlete ,...

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BRINGING UP FATHER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

BRINGING UP FATHER In every modern family there are two phases to the bringhig-up problem . From one to seventeen , fifteen , or even twelve in the ultra progressive home , the parents languidly or strenuously—according to their respective dispositions—apply themselves to the task of bringing up the children in the way that they should go . As soon as the infants consider themselves sufficiently well reared , they take the reins in hand and promptly proceed to the problem of proper education for parents . Thus , the bringing up of our progenitors , especially the bringing up of fathers , becomes one of the most critical crises of the day . Will it be possible for the younger generation to hold firm in their demands for unswerving devotion , utter loyalty , and unquestioning obedience upon the part of their elders ? Only time will prove if the new _© rder sh « H endure or if -the ordering of household affairs shall lapse back into the tyrannical methods prevalent during the nineteent...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

| EAGLES EYE ¦ _iHiniiiiiittjtiiifitittiitiiiiiiiiiiiHuitimiiniii S He was S Tickled pink at The I irst Sight of us . He thought we were cute When we should Have been licked . He pays our bills And well He s just Dad . ssbiniiniiiiiniiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiinnminHiHiK The only _logical sequence to the successful debating season of last year is a big schedule for this year . There s so much bad in the best of us , And so much good in the worst of us , That it hardly behooves any of us , To talk about the rest of us . —R . L . Stevenson . The other fellow s weakness is probably no worse than our own but of course it looks worse . —Selected . It s all right to have wheels in your head if like Stephenson and Fulton and Ford you can get them out and into human service . —Selected . Here hath been dawning Another blue day , Think , wilt thou let it Slip useless away ? —Selected . A profound conviction raises a man above a feeling of ridicule . —/ . Stuart Mill . Yesterday s conquerings are ke...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every three weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University . Washington . D . C . Subscription Price : Two Dollars a Year . Staff Editor-in-Chief Hugh W . Speer Associate Editor Pauline A . Frederick Business Manager Roland Rice Assistant Business Manager Courtney Hayward Make-Up Editors Roland _Parrislt , Samuel Bilbrough Proof Readers Helen Roher , W . Willis Delaplain Athletics J ames Sullivan Dramatics Dorothy Wadleigh _^ rt Margaret Fleming Eagles Eye \ , Gordon Smith Humor _^ Sarah Roher Society < Dorothea Mehring _typist Mary Campbell Reporters Irene Dezendorf , Florence Lyman , Dorothy Moore , Margaret Sikes , Catherine Edwards , Howard Rash Special Contributors to This- Issue Charles Tammany , Harold McClay , William Warner

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

_IjSP SHAH DEBATING KEEP STEP ? ¦ _Hpsfpttegiate contests are good means for determining the relative standards of different universities . The most appropriate of these is debating , for it is purely an intellectual activity and closely akin to the main idea of college training . Last year A . U . had an undefeated debate team , upholding its record against several of the best teams in the country . But few universities have had a debSte team in their first year and probably none other has made a perfect record in their first year . The logical and natural course this year should be to follow up the success of last year by arranging for a large number of debates . A schedule of only four or five contests would seem ridiculous in the light of the achievements of last year and entirely out of accord with the corresponding progress of other activities in the college . Traveling teams are anxious to visit Washington and by dividing their expenses among the three universities here engag...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

HIGHER JUSTICE A permanent court * * * to enforce sophomore rulings shall be seiapiffi as soon as possible at the beginning of each year . This court , ip piillt Gosling Court , shall be composed of one senior , one junior , and IpW • ophomores . Thus reads Article l \ of Freshman Rules , Volume I , _^ _Tttet * have been rumors about the campus that Article 21 of the fwhman Rules has been put into practice by the establishment of an organization known as The Gosling Court . However , the quackings of this august assembly have been thus far so faint as to scarcely be discernible . Seniors and juniors agree that if any quacking has been heard it has come from their direction as the sophs with their majority would surely do more than quack unless they were asleep . So the conclusion has been drawn by many that the sophs are sleeping . Soundly sleeping sophs seem to suit the freshmen all right for they ( the tophi ) will not hear the using of the wrong door in Hurst Hall , the loud scre...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GOD PUT A DADDY THERE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

GOD PUT A DADDY THERE _fflfcf •* God made a world of people , H& | k Of friendships and beauties rare , HmHg God made a home of loved ones , ,- ; . ¦ _„; ... - ; . J WHK | And God put a Daddy there . Jllfe- ^ HhH | L God called that home , our home ; _JiflEI _^ _ * _^^^ Hfi r That Daddvhe called our Dad ; ¦ l _lMsiP j _^^^^ Bit _, Then He stood off at a distance _SHB- : I _^^^^ _BB || To see what powers Dad had . * _WKSf _^ I _^^^^^ Bf ; Dad took our home , and he made it _^ ipSRjf ! H _^^^ HRf A home worth while and fair . _^ Wp _* _- WB _^ _Emt He toiledhe loved , he sacrificed _Iff- ¦ ¦ _ ¦ A _^; iH _^^ HPl For the burdens he had to hear . _: | p r W _g l _^ _sssssK _S ° we tnan k God for giving us Daddies _^ Hp ; _Wn ° love us , who work for us , too . _- ¦¦ _^ f | r We honor that Dad for we owe him Jtmmmmm _imkMil that hell never call due .

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DAD [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

DAD American University will honor Dad at a special dinner and appropriate service at the College on Sunday . This is the gist of an invitation extended to each Dad who has a son or daughter at the College of Liberal Arts . It seems that at last Dad is coming into his own . Mother has been lauded and sermonized on a special day each year , but poor Dad , modest about the large share of the home-making he carries , has been sitting back and receiving few words of appreciation for his work . Mother deserves special recognition , hut then so does Dad for It takes a heap o livin in a house to make it home , according to Edgar Guest . So to make a real home both Mother and Dad have to sacrifice and work for our welfare , to be happy when we are happy , to be anxious and sad when we are in trouble , to love and in turn to he loved . So to you , dear Dad . a member of the sacred partnership of homemakers , the College flings wide its doors in appreciation and love . The Eagle , too , sprea...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

FOOTBALL ( Continued from Page 1 , Col . 4 ) forward pass and raced through an open field , aided by good interference , for a touchdown . Schloss added the extra point . George Washington scored its first touchdown in the first quarter as result of successive line plunges by Sapp and Carey which placed the pigskin within striking distance of American s goal . Sapp pushed the ball across and Lyons kicked goal . An overhead attack by the Hatcheteers in the second quarter was responsible for their second touchdown . The ball was placed in the shadow of the A . U . goal posts by a thirty-five yard pass from Stehman to Harin . Sapp then made the remaining yards by an off tackle plunge . By successive line plunges G . W . gained their third touchdown in the third quarter . This was followed by another in the same period , Wiener falling on a fumbled ball behind the goal line . There was much fumbling on both sides , due to the wet field . A large number of students were out to see the ga...

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