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Swagger Club [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Swagger Club As their last rush party of the season the Swagger Club entertained at a din ner on Tuesday evening , November 12 , in the Saddle Room of the Tally He Tavern . The guests and members were seated at one long table which was placed in the center of the room . Suspended from the rafters was the Swagger Banner of gold and black . The centerpiece was of yellow chrysanthemums at the sides of which were placed tapering yellow candles . At each place was a place card with the Swagger seal engraved in the upper left hand corner . Miss Kathryn Buchanan , one of the charter members of the Swagger Club , has left the University to go to Florida where she will spend the winter with her parents , Mr . and Mrs . Howard Buchanan of Cumberland , Md .
Delta Sigma Rho Gives Dinner at Cosmos Club [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Delta Sigma Rho Gives Dinner at Cosmos Club Dr . Woods , Mr . Flemming , and Mr . Rice represented the American University at a dinner given at the Cosmos Club , Friday , November IS , by the George Washington chapter of Delta Sigma Rho , the national honorary debating fraternity . The dinner was in honor of Mr . W . H . Yeager , the new professor of Debating and Public Speaking , and Mrs . Chauncey Depew , whose husband , the late Chauncey Depew , endowed George Washington _University with a chair of Public Sneaking . The national president of the fraternity , Mr . Samuel Houck , was one of the speaker * ( rf ( he evening .
Jester Club [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Jester Club Following a rushing season which featured a smoker , a wiener roast , and a dance , the Jester Club has offered their first group of triennial bids . The men wearing the golden diamond insignia of pledgeship are Alan Blanchard , Albert Bitner , and Carl Hedberg . This bidding brings the enrollment of the club to twenty-one , eighteen of whom are attending meetings this year . The missing Buffoons are R . Delos Platz _, who is in business in Kansas ; T . W . Martin , Jr ., who is a junior at Cornell ; and Leo Nichthauser , who is studying in New York City . The club contemplates a hop on January 17 .
Alpha Chi [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Alpha Chi Alpha Chi entertained at a formal bridge on the evening of Saturday , Nov . 2 , in the club room . An element of speed was introduced in the playing by blowing a whistle every twenty minutes as a signal that scores must be added and players must change tables . The tallies in sorority colors were made by Gladys Macafee . The party was arranged by a committee consisting of Margaretta Moore , Dorothy Darby , and Kay Severance , with sub-committees headed by Sedie Martz and Sylvia Sard .
Epsillon Kappa [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Epsillon Kappa The Epsilon Kappa sorority was recognized by the faculty on November 12 . The members are Martha Bricker , Mary Chadwick , Frances Fincher , Pauline Fredrick , Kay G . Heath , Sally Jamieson , Nola Livingston , Mary Putnam _, and Mary Scull . The officers are : president , Kay G . Heath ; vice-president , Mary Scull ; secretary , Frances Fincher ; and treasurer , Nola Livingston .
THE AMERICAN ALUMNITE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
THE AMERICAN ALUMNITE Directors Choose Rice _Present &lt;Introducing the First American _Alumnite Roland Etz Perrtsh , J 9 , Editor ) Greetings ! A university is as strong as its The appearance of this alumni news sheet marks the beginning of a co-opera-tion which it is felt sure will benefit both the Alumni Association and the members whom it serves , and _Thj Eagle and the students whom it serves . According to the plan , all of the 275 members of the Alumni Association are to receive The Eagle regularly , ahd , 1 moreover , four of the sixteen issues will contain an extra slip sheet devoted entirely to alumni news . The Alumni Association is paying to ¦ The 1 Eaole its share of the expenses , this year ( $ 137 . 50 , Which is to be taken _idirectly from the 1 treasury without an * xtra levy on itis members ., The alumni are therefore receiving an alumni bulletin along with a subscription to The Eaole , while Tee Eagle is enlarged and made more interesting to its present _...
American U . Graduate Is _Co-author of Boek [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
American U . Graduate Is _Co-author of Boek Graduate School Alumni Dr . Junes A . Tobey _ s Book Addition to the Literature on Nutrition • Dr . James A . _Ttobey of New York , who received the degree of M . S . in Hygiene from American University in 1923 , is co-author of a new book on milk , entitled , The Most Nearly Perfect Food , which has just been published by the Williams &amp; Wilkins Company of Baltimore . The book was prepared : by Dr . Tobey in collaboration with Dr . Samuel J , Crumbine of New Vork , who is a member of President Hoover s Planning Committee on Child Health and Protection , and general executive of the American Child Health Association . In this important addition to the literature on nutrition , Drs . Crumbine and Tobey * ave told in a popular way the whole story of milk , the most valuable of the foods of man . - The volume represents the first complete presentation of the historical , nutritional , sanitary , culinary , and public health aspects...
_CoflMt of Ubef at Arts Alumni [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
_CoflMt of Ubef at Arts Alumni 1926 Allen , Florence Leet , 35 Temple St ., ! Boston , Mass . Florence Allen tells of three happy years engaged in Religious Education , the first two as conference director of recreation , the third as director of Religious Education in two 1 Methodist « hurches in South Portland ahd Woodfords , Maine . She is now in the School , of Religious Education of sBorton University while working , part . lime with a Congregational church in Fit 4 hburg , Macs . Hunter , Claude William , last address at , 363 Virginia Ave ., Morgantown _. l W . Va . : McDowell , Dorothea ; M 16 Allison Stt , -N ; Wv W _« sMngt ! on , D . C . Associate Girl Reserve Director . Merkle , Mrs . Lucy Mable Griffin , , no ( address . Miss Merkle has been a director of , Religious Education at a Methodist church in Ponca City , Ala . She was married July 28 , 1929 , to Llewellyn _^ _GrilBn _, and is now living with Jier bus-, band on a large dairy farm near Topeka , Kans . Smith . Do...
Andre Tardieu Holds a _Degree from American U . New Minister of France Is GirotbJionorary degree of Doctor of Law by A . U . in 1917 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Andre Tardieu Holds a _Degree from American U . New Minister of France Is GirotbJionorary degree of Doctor of Law by A . U . in 1917 M . Andre Tardieu , -new prime minister of ( France , holds the- ¦ honorary -degree of Doctor of Laws from- American University . Although -the _policy of American University is against granting honorary degrees , in rare instances such c | egrees have -been given . When , in 1917 , M . Ta * dieu was French High Commissioner to the United States , the University , desiring-to _confer a special mark of favor , departed from its usudl policy and in July _, -MM 7 , conferred an honorary degree upon M . Tardieu . Recent events indicate that the judgment of the University in this instance was not erroneous . It is interesting to -note that , in view of the fact 4 kar George Washington University recently conferred a degree upon Prime Minister Ramsay Macdondld , the prime ministers of two of the great world powers now hold honorary -degrees from two Washingt...
Noa-Alatnni May Subscribe to Alumni News Sheet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Noa-Alatnni May Subscribe to Alumni News Sheet Former students at American who did not obtain a degree there , and friends of the University who , are interested , in the alumni , are cordially invited to share in the fellowship iof the news bulletin . Such i persons are requested to send 75 cents to Roland Rice , - American University campus , arid their naive will be added to the alumni list tc receive The Eagle , with its alumni news , for th e present scholastic year . This .. arrangement is made in answer to -the request of quite a number of former , students who have expressed a strong desire _&gt; to bear about fellow Amerioanites . Editorial Notes A lack of news from the alumni of the down-town branches of the University is noticeable in this issue . We are very anxious that the Political Science and Graduate School alumni should share proportionately with Liberal Arts graduates in all the activities of the Alumni Association . Catherine Edwards , 1348 Lawrence St .,...
CqIIme of Liberal Arta AJmmu [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
CqIIme of Liberal Arta AJmmu ( Continued from column 1 ) Edwards , Catherine R ., 1348 Lawrence St ., N . E ., Washington , D . C Catherine Edwards has been working at the Library of Congress on the preparation of a Union Catalogue | or the library . The work has been interesting , possibly even too much « o . Ely , Ruth E ., Havre de Grace , . Md . A teacher at Havre de Grace . McDowell , Charles J ., 1416 Allison St ., N . W ., Washington , D . C . Charles McDowell has attended the Graduate School of American the last two years , receiving a degree of M . A . in Psychology last June . Last year he worked as bank clerk while attending A . U . s evening school . He worked for a while this summer in his field of vocational guidance , and is at present studying along that , line at George Washington University . McKee , William A ., last address at 1426 Manhattan St ., Birmingham , Ala . Mr . McKee has been pastor of the Columbians Methodist church , Cplumbiana , Ala ., and the Trinit...
_vrwnnsu [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
_vrwnnsu r _Hbi _« MHik »&gt; _tiwcMt &gt; _of -any educattOtttt _laatitutioitta _measure * _* y fche-de-TP M of . loyalty e * p « _eased -by its graduate * . _^ Art active _alu _« niMgro « p . _« oiking ( for the Wvancement of it » ialma &gt; m » ter it the largest _asiet a university , &lt; an possess . American Univenity-more and more will come to dependion her alumni , and it is with genuine enthusiasm that we welcome the large interest in University affairs- now being taken by the association . May the University b p worthy oi your highest loyalty . , G _) _BV Woods ; Dean of the • Colle ge of Liberal Arts .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
GrwHngs ! Xb « _alionni * re to . be commended lor their activity . Those responsible tot _the-adarinistration of the University certainly _, welcome their active interest in the affairs of the University . With confidence And , pridethe University each year sends forth a number of graduates . It is gratifying that they have devised a means for keeping im touch with each other and with their alma mater . W . M . W . Splawn , Dean of the Graduate School .
Graduate * Writes Book [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Graduate * Writes Book ( Continued from page 3 , column 5 ) other magazines to which Dr . Tobey is a contributor . Dr . Tobey received his doctorate in public health in 1927 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology , from which he graduated as a Bachelor of Science to Hygiene in 1916 . He is now director of Health Service of the Borden Company of New York . He was formerly _associated with the American Red Cross and the National Health Council in Washington , D . C . ( Continued from page 3 , column 4 ) Morgan , David R ., Drew University , Madison , N . J . Second year as student at Drew . Penhale , Randall , 548 Bluff St ., Negaunee , Mich . Education claims the attention also of Randall Penhale . During the year 1928-29 he was principal of the high school at Champion , Mich . Last summer he was in New York , taking work toward his M . A . degree in Secondary School Administration , and he is now teaching American Literature in the large high school of his home town , Neguan...
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Mountain Lake * , N . J . Believe it or not , —Mountain Lakes . Neatly nestled in New Jersey nestles neat Mountain Lakes , home of several American University students , but nevertheless a successful town . Main Street meets State Street at the corner of Main and State Streets , yet the mayor of Mountain Lakes is content to let this condition exist . In Washington there d be a stop sign on the comer . Still , this has nothing to do with our story . How could it ? We re going to tell about the thing that made Mountain Lakes famous—the discovery of the great hash shortage at the American University cafeteria , by the honorable John Houston , potent factor in operettas on the campus . It was undoubtedly his great interest in operettas that caused Mr . Houston to look into the hash situation . The story revolves about the fact that for a period of about one week during the month of September there was no hash at the A . U . cafeteria . When hash , in all its ...
Eagles Lose Last Game of Season 20-13 Washington College Comes From Behind to Win in a Hard-Fought Battle [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Eagles Lose Last Game of Season 20-13 Washington College Comes From Behind to Win in a Hard-Fought Battle The American University football team barely missed finishing its gridiron season with a final victory , when its gridders lost to Washington College , 20 • 13 , in a game played at Chestertown , Md ., November 9 . Only a hectic third quarter stood between the Eagles and victory . In this quarter Washington copped two touchdowns and a safety , which enabled them to avert defeat . During the first quarter , the play seesawed around mid-field . Neither team was able to make any substantial gains . Toward the end of the quarter , American University began a determined offensive that pushed Washington nearer its own goal . By straight football — using short passes , reverse bucks , and off-tackle plays—Targee and La Favre brought the ball to a scoring position . Jack La Favre smashed the ball over for A . U . s first touchdown . La Favre added the extra point with a line plunge . Th...
Coach _Wulf Plans Elective Courses [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Coach _Wulf Plans Elective Courses Two Faculty Prizes to Be Offered Each Year Archery and Swimming Are New Classes Open to Girls The following statement was made by Coach Wulf in an interview last week : The department of Physical Education for Women has reached another objective in offering swimming as an elective during the winter season . We have looked forward to the time when numbers and instruction would allow us to give elective courses , and this year we have been able to offer two , — archery and swimming . These two sports are , in my mind _, two of the best that could be offered . They give a fdrm of exercise that is conducive to good posture ; they both develop an individual skill which can be utilized even when out of college , and they require no one else to make the sport interesting or even playable as do basketball , hockey , soccer and even tennis . Besides being able to enjoy these sports by yourself , still they allow the use of teams with many members for compet...
Season Starts as Basketball Men Try out for Squad [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Season Starts as Basketball Men Try out for Squad A . U . Team Is Scheduled to Play Sixteen Games in Season as Announced by Coach American University s basketball five will play 16 games this year , according to plans recently announced by Coach Young . Eight of these games have been definitely arranged already , and George Washington University , Johns Hopkins University , St . J ohn s College , and Catholic University are among the important foes to be met on the floor this season . Coach Young started practice with a large squad on Monday , November 17 . He plans to cut this squad to 12 or 15 men , who will be carried throughout the season . Men who saw active work on the court last year and return to bolster this years squad are Capt . Lichliter , Shloss , LaFavre , Field , and Olsen . Three members of last year s squad are lost to the team this year : Kessler , who graduated last J une ; Burgess , who matriculated at George Washington University this year ; and Washburn , who s...