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Coach Young Dis -cusses Football [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Coach Young Discusses Football Is Satisfied With Last Season but ails Prospects for Next Year Even Better I was told when I came here to take up my work that if we beat George Washington , the football season would be a success . We fulfilled that aim , but in my opinion , and in the opinion of the squad , that is merely a stepping-stone to the future . Coach Walter H . Young made this statement as he looked back on the record of the past season , 2 victories and 3 defeats . Up to that time , the spirit of the team was excellent . We had a definite objective , worked hard , and won our games . There was no particular rivalry between the schools that we met on the rest of the schedule . It was the first time that the teams of Baltimore University , Loyola , and Washington College had been our opponents . A natural let-down , by both the squad and the student body , was the result . There was no tradition of rivalry , no natural reaction . The development of rivalry and an improved sp...
Old English Song Recital by Me Adam Well Received [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Old English Song Recital by Me Adam Well Received Mr . McAdam _ s recitals which were announced in The Eagle a fortnight ago were given in chapel on November 12 and 14 , and were very well received by the student body . The fact that Mr . McAdam explained the background and plot of each of the Old English songs which made up the program , and gave interesting glimpses into the lives of the authors and composers of the songs , added greatly to the enjoyment of them . Especially well received were the songs entitled , _Wraggle-Taggle Gypsies ; Dido s Soaf , by Purcell ; and Sea Fever , by Mue&amp;eld and Irving .
Anglican Club Is Received by Bishop [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Anglican Club Is Received by Bishop ( Continued from page 1 ) Club of the George Washington University , spoke on the work of his club . Reports were made by Mr . George Sixbey , Mr . J . Stevens Stock , and Mr . Arthur Murphy . Mr . Rolston Lyon sketched the work of the Tri-Diocesan Conference and the National Student Council . The second Sunday in the month was chosen for the corporate communion . Mr . George Sixbey has been appointed director of publicity and Mr . Rolston Lyon the chairman of the Committee on Intercollegiate Activity .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
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Dean C . E . Hill Is Armistice Chapel Speaker [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Dean C . E . Hill Is Armistice Chapel Speaker Dean of Columbian College , G . W . Tells of the Challenge of the Machine Age to Youth Armistice Day was celebrated on Tuesday , November 12 , in a special chapel service at which Dean Charles E . Hill of Columbian College , George Washington University , was the speaker . As an appropriate opening to this service , the College Orchestra , directed by Dr . Leineweber , rendered the national anthems of England , France , Germany , Spain , Austria , Italy , China , Ireland , and the United States . Pauline Frederick , Elizabeth Hill , Winston Manning , and Raymond Spaeth , four members of the International Relations Club , took charge of the opening exercises , and Dr . Woods introduced Dean Hill as the speaker of the morning . Dr . Hill has been dean of the College of Liberal Arts of George Washington University for years , and is also professor of International Law . He brought greetings from his college , and congrat ¬ ulated the Americ...
Belter Posture Drioe toBeHeldDec . 9-H [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Belter Posture Drioe toBeHeldDec . 9-H Noted Speaker Heard at A . U . Dr . H . R . Calkins Talks to Classes in Religion on Missionary Work Start now and get your 1 . Heads up . 2 . Chins in . 3 . Shoulder blades together . 4 . Hollow out of your back . 5 . Weight over the balls of your feet . Axe YOU a question mark or an exclamation point ? Are YOU in a zigtag shape or do YOU stand up in a straight lipe ? Do YOU convey the impression of a Iasy good-for-nothing person whose mind is never made up , or do YOU show that YOU know what YOU stand for and stick to it with emphasis ? Your character is shown FIRST by YOUR POSTURE ! Then by YOUR handshake ! Then by what YOU say ! Make that FIRST IMPRESSION count . A good posture makes for self-respect which will give YOU a sincere handshake and energy to make YOU do things that are worth talking about . Prizes to Be Awarded Get your wits together , your thoughts in order and prepare yourself for the POSTURE DRIVE by making a Posture Poster or...
Girls' Glee Club Votes to Adopt New Constitution New System Is Devised for Selection of Officers and Ail Advisers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Girls Glee Club Votes to Adopt New Constitution New System Is Devised for Selection of Officers and Ail Advisers Dr . Kaufman Scores College Standardization The constitution of the American University Girls Glee Club was adopted by that organization at a meeting held on Wednesday , November 6 . Dorothy Ensor was chairman of the constitution committee . The purpose of the club is to foster the study of choral music among a select group of girls , distinguished especially by their interest and ability in singing . The membership is limited to such girls as shall be chosen each _yeat by the executive committee . The music director , whose office shall be for one year , and who may be re-elected , is chosen by the club . A social adviser is chosen , who will direct the social activities of the club . On Sunday afternoon , November 10 , the club was given a party at the home of Miss Gladys Murray . The hosts at the party were the Murrays , Dr . and Mrs . Dudley , and Dr . and Mrs . Mark ...
First of Lecture Series Begins Dec . 6 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
First of Lecture Series Begins Dec . 6 Tim Healy to Picture Life of Wild Tribes of Australia As a part of the course of lectures offered to the students of the College of Liberal Arts , Anzac Tim Healy will lecture at the College on the evening of Friday , December 6 , and Professor Frederick D . Losey will give a lecture on Macbeth in chapel , Tuesday , January 14 . Mr . Healy , a native of Australia , and having visited every part of that continent , lectures on Australia and New Zealand . He pictures the life of the wild tribes and of the advancing white men , talks on the rise of the continent to its present position as a power of the Pacific , and discusses its resources and probable future developments . The World War is also the subject of some of Mr . Healy s lectures . He served during that war as a member of the Anzacs soldiers of Australia and New Zealand , was decorated for _bravery by King George V , and is today the sole survivor of his regiment . Professor Frederick D...
Class of ' 31 Awarded the _Tompkins Cup [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Class of 31 Awarded the _Tompkins Cup Coach Lauds Incentive to Class Teams as He Presents Trophy The Tompkins Cup , inter-mural basketball trophy presented to the University last year by one of the students , Ellsworth L . Tompkins , was awarded to the class of 1931 at student chapel on Wednesday , November 20 . Coach Young made the presentation and also awarded numerals to the members of the team that represented the class in last year s tournament . The winners of the cup were victorious in all the games that they played in the inter-class series last winter . The cup is not their permanent possession , however , as a team must carry off the honors three years in succession to gain the cup permanently . Coach Young spoke briefly of the program of inter-mural sports that he plans to develop here later in the year . He also mentioned the value of the Tompkins Cup as an objective for the class teams . Members of the class of 1931 who were on the squad last year , and received their n...
Deans of Women Meet at A . U [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
Deans of Women Meet at A . U ( Continued from page 1 ) and objectives of such education as determined at the International Adult Education Conference at Cambridge , England . The other principal topic of discussion concerned educational and vocational guidance in junior and senior high schools ; this group was presided over by Miss Leona C . Buchwald , supervisor of Educational and Vocational Guidance of Baltimore , Md . Following a short recess , the delegates ate luncheon , and then followed a general inspection of the Women s Residence Hall . The last important session of the day came in the form of a business meeting , at which time announcement was made of the plans for the coming convention at Atlantic City . The assemblage adjourned shortly after 3 o clock in the afternoon .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 November 1929
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_GUqmtmas ( _fawetmns [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
_GUqmtmas ( _fawetmns Christmas has capital- The Christmas story is a May the Christmas scadtLZ of _? h 0 t _t nal | / e i ; lyric revelation of the real son afford VOH a _j a derness or the world . It meaning of life — its rich • • . centers in childhood . It harmonies , its challenging fm on with your relacarries on the high expec- purposes . It tells of the joys tlves and fnends - and may tation of Israel . It thrills of being , and of giving to &lt; t enable you to note with the Wise Men of every make others happy . unusual appreciation th « age . It has brought a flood The influence of the first value of your home . In t _. de of gift giving . Make Christmas , with its hearten- 0 Ur social intercourse mav much of your home go- ing message of peace on y ° Ur ? ° Clal lnt course ma _? ing . Let there be good earth , good will to men , you be an * mb _* s ** °° * of cheer around your fire- was never more potent than 8 ood wil 1 a _« well as a repsides . Don t be afraid to ...
Large Audience Sees the Student Council Play "Importance of Being Ear * nest" Plays Before Ap -preciative Spectators . Real Comedy [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Large Audience Sees the Student Council Play Importance of Being Ear * nest Plays Before Appreciative Spectators . Real Comedy Chaplain of Anglican Club Gives Xmas Chapel Address Council Debates Activity Award The Importance of Being Earnest , perhaps the greatest of all farces , was presented December 13 by a cast composed of members of Art 301 , under the direction of Mr . Hutchins , for the benefit of the Student Council . By its enthusiastic applause the audience clearly demonstrated- its appreciation of the classic farce , in spite of the fact that the play is generally acknowledged to possess real literary and artistic merit . The play itself is so famous as to require no comment . The present performance _, after a first and second act , rather slow in spots , came through with a smash in the third act . Deserving highest praise are Rosalie Dimmette and Blake Espey . Espey , in his first part at A . U ., presented the harassed young Englishman , who must be named Ernest , wit...