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Plans Being Made for Second Annual Palestine Seminar Month Study Period in Pal -estine Itinerary Includes Many Cities in Near East [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Plans Being Made for Second Annual Palestine Seminar Month Study Period in Palestine Itinerary Includes Many Cities in Near East The American University Seminar to Palestine pr ovides for ministers , directors of religious education , Christian Association secretaries , theological students . The seminar is led by Dr . Arthur J . Jackson , director of the Department of Religion of the American University . The seminar will be in a regular summer session , July IS to August 14 , in the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem , of which Dr . C . C . McCown , dean of the Pacific School of Religion , is the director . The seminar will meet for lectures on the geography and peoples of Palestine at stated periods en route . Then , during the four-week session in Jerutalem . Director McCown of the American School will offer a regular course in the Archaeology , Geography , and History of Palestine . In addition , he will head expeditions north into Samaria and Galilee , south int...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Another American University Faculty Member to Act as Head on European Tour Mrs . M . W . Rand is to act as councillor of women on a residential tour to Spain next summer , 1930 , for the School of Foreign Travel , Inc . The party of the tour whicjg sails June 21 on the S . S . Statmdam of the Holland America _Lint , will travel in England , France , Spain , Switzerland , and Belgium . A party which sails June 28 will not include England in the itinerant . _£ oth parties will return on the S . S . New Amsterdam of the Holland _America Line , and will arrive in New York September 1 . While in Madrid the students will have the opportunity of attending the Mrs . M . W . Rand to Act as Councillor summer courses offered by the Centro de Estudios Bistoricos , and can , if they wish , obtain the Diploma de _SufMencia from that institution . Students wishing to itudy French during the period of residence will join the residential tour to Bagneres de Bigorre under the direction of Prof . R . ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Men Debaters Open Season With Victory Take Affirmative of Educa -tion Question Against Washington and Lee University [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Men Debaters Open Season With Victory Take Affirmative of Education Question Against Washington and Lee University American University opened its debate season on Wednesday , December 4 by winning a . 2 to 1 decision over Washington and Lee University . The American University team , composed of Roger Craven , Ar thur Murphy , and Blake Espey , upheld the affirmative of the question , Resolved , that college of liberal arts education should be limited to those with special ability . The Washington and Lee team , composed of C . B . Fulton , S . R . Nichols , and T . W . Davenport , upheld the negative . Chancellor Lucius C . Clark was chairman of the debate . Judges were Messrs . H . L . Jones , E . G . Smith , and A . P . Mills , all members of Delta Sigma Rho . Progress is being made in filling out the complete debate schedule for the season . Ohio Wesleyan University will be met in a women s debate on February S , and a mens debate on February 11 . Date * _ai * Mag _tumaged far a...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Article of Dr . Marsh Published in Journal [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Article of Dr . Marsh Published in Journal Magazine Is Under Auspices of Northwestern University Dr . Marshs article , Trade Union Activities in the Electric Power Industry . was published in the November issue of the Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics . This magazine is published under the auspices of Northwestern University , and is issued four times a year . Three more articles by Dr . Marsh are to be published in the same magazine , the first one appearing in the February issue . Trade Union Activities in the Electric Power Industry is a summary of a more complete study of this subject which is to appear as a volume of the studies in the Social Sciences at the University of Illinois in the near future .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
University Host to Association [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

University Host to Association Methodist Educators to Meet With Association of American Colleges in January Delegates to the annual meeting of the Educational Association of the Methodist Episcopal church will be given a banquet in the American University dining hall on Thursday , January 16 . Chancellor Clark will make a welcoming address , and the principal speaker of the evening will be Bishop McDowell . The meeting of the association will be held in conjunction with the meeting of the _Association of American College * , to be held in the Wiliard Hotel from January 13 to 16 . The denominational _mnetinir will kit two davi .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Christmas Music and Readings Feature Vesper Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Christmas Music and Readings Feature Vesper Program A special Christmas vesper scrvio was held in the parlor of the Women _* Residence Hall on Sunday , December IS , under the leadership of Jane Lytlf Aside from the singing of various Christ mas hymns ,, the service consisted of a violin solo , Adoration , by Anna Mary Sanford ; two selections . Emanuel and The First Noel , sung by the girls quartet , composed of Doris Willis , Delsie Appel , Mary Cline , and Helen Tucker ; the reading of the Christmas Story , by Sadie Mae White , accompanied by Dorothy Ensor at the piano ; a vocal solo , Cantique de Noel , by Delsie Appel ; and the reading of Longfellow s poem , Robert of Sicily , by Leonora Friesleben .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
H . E . Walters Resigns Post as University Business Manager [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

H . E . Walters Resigns Post as University Business Manager Mr . H . E . Walters , who has been the business manager of the University for two years , has resigned to take an impor tant position with the _< £ tna Life Inimrance Company of Hartford , Conn . Mr . Walter W . Young , the father of Frances Young , a junior in the College , hat been selected by the Board of Trustees to take Mr . Walter s place , and began his service Monday , December 16 . Mr . Young lives at 2716 Wisconsin Avenue . He has been connected with the Anacostia Bank for the peat five yean , and has had twenty years experience as a business man .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faculty-Student Play Is Marked Popular Success Combination of Faculty and Art Department for First Time Wins Highest Praise [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Faculty-Student Play Is Marked Popular Success Combination of Faculty and Art Department for First Time Wins Highest Praise Holiday Greetings In a few days everybody will be shouting Merry Christmas ; and then , after a week , Happy New Year . And to the cheery chorus The Eagle would add its note . Merry Christmas ! Whether we believe in Santa Claus or not , we believe in a joll y holiday season . We hope you take nothing but joy and merriment home to relatives and friends . This is not a season for worry and care . Leave everything behind that might mar a Merry Christmas t Happy New Year ! A year can bring forth a large amount of happiness . And we wish you your full share . As the official student newspaper and campus representative td alumni and friends of the College . The Eagle wishes to join you in the happiness of work well done . May 1930 be truly a Happy New Year ! The End-of-Chapel Bell The daily chapel service has , as far as we can see , been given but one limitation by ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Publishers Issue Oratorio Written by Dr . Shure "Dawn in the Desert" and Other Compositions Writ -ten by A . U . Music Instructor [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Publishers Issue Oratorio Written by Dr . Shure Dawn in the Desert and Other Compositions Written by A . U . Music Instructor Mr . Stewart Gives Recital at A . U Three new books of music composed by R . Deane Shure , instructor of music at American University , have just been issued by the publishers . Dawn in the Desert , a Christmas oratorio consuming an hour and a half in performance is issued by White-Smith of Boston . This work will be heard in Washington during the Christmas season , sung by a chorus of 125 voices under the direction of the composer . A suite depicting scenes of Bermuda , where Mr . Shure recently visited , has been published by J . Fisher & Bio . under the title The Enchanted Isle , with subtitles as follows : Angels Grotto , Pilots Gig , Sea Fan , and Ca ¬ thedral Cliffs . This suite was given its New York premier on November 13 by Professor Samuel Baldwin at the College of the City of New York . The Sea Fan was played at Mount Vernon M . E . chu...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FRATERNITY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

FRATERNITY NEWS Brecky Club Plant Active Program of Publicity Phi Beta Zeta The Phi Beta Zeta fraternity gave a pledge dance , December 8 , at the Wesley Heights Club House . About 25 couples attended the festivities , at which Mr . and Mrs . Young and Mr . Flemming and Miss Moler were the chaperons . Pins of the fraternity in the form of a surmounted shield have recently been distributed . The pledges , under the leadership of Dick Jarvis , pledgemaster , have effected an organization with Max Shaul as president , Chester Bowers , treasurer , and Kenneth Hoover , secretary . Pins will be given to the pledges in the near future . An appropriation was made at the last meeting for a Christmas basket for some needy family . Jester * Club The Jesters Club is planning a dance , to be held J anuary 17 of the coming year , at the Wesley Heights Club House . Four more pledges have been announced : William Washburn , Richard Homer , Thomas Cuddy , and John Woods . The upperclass pledges will...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Who Does the Rushing ? [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Who Does the Rushing ? Dr . Jackson Reports on Convention Girls Glee Club Gives Concert Recently there have been sinister movements afoot beneath the surface serenity of the A . U . student body , resulting in a certain few being more rushed than others—if possible . The reference is to the ancient custom of sororities and fraternities of weeding out from among the newcomers those who possess the mysterious it which makes them congenial to their membership . In reality , the prospective pledges were not nearly so rushed as the fraters and sorores themselves . The former were merely on exhibition , and having a good time out of it—except when the strain of company manners grew too great . The latter were engineering all the good times as well as exercising strenuously their powers of observation , discernment , criticism , comparison , and decision . It rather tickles the fancy of the onlooker to imagine the mental distress of the sorority sister called upon to choose between a dimpl...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Hamilton House for New Dormitory [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Hamilton House for New Dormitory Building to Be Located at South Boundary of Campus With the decision of the trustees to call the first unit of the new men s dormitory , Hamilton House , in honor of Bishop Hamilton , and the staking out of the location , the structure has at last begun to assume reality . The contract for the building calls for work to begin Jaunary 1 , 1930 . Colonel P . M . Anderson , the University architect , has completed the plans , and under the direction of Mr . Prye , superintendent of grounds , the location was staked out last week . The building will be situated south of the power house and three blocks from the McKinley Building enclosure . From the power house , the building will extend in a southerly direction to the » outh line of the University property . The first unit will have rooms for 32 men . Who wa * Walt Whitman ? If I m not mistaken , I believe he wu • gentleman who invented candy . -Th $ Lot Whats the formula for water ? _H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O . ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

f AROUND THE WORLD _f ) WITH WALLY \ ¦ ¦¦ - i H if - A _% « _tff _\ _t _rWsCSw _iHC rt _^^ _flXgVft New York City { Or , The Boy Who Mode Good ) They laughed when I sat down to play the piano , — the Stoics ! But three minutes later their laughs were changed to gasps of amazement and astonishment . Mellow notes , silvery strains , pervaded the room . How different a scene than three minutes ago ! Some one had turned on the radio . And that was the sad , sad story that little George W . Olsen , Jr ., told me a day before Thanksgiving . My heart went out to Reddy . Gee , how sorry I felt for the poor little mistreated lad . Red . said I , Ill tell you what Ill do . You assume your very best posture , — your Sunday School posture , in fact , —and tomorrow Ill take you home to see your Mama and Papa . So thats how it happened that Dave Magee , Hubbie Elliott . Carl Hedberg . Red , and I , gathered into our palatial parlor-car , pullman , de-luxe , co-ed ( at times ) , exclusive United T...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Eagles Open Season With Victory ; Drop Close Game to High Point Defeat Maryland State Normal 37-21 , but Lose a Hard -Fought Match With Carolinians 30-25 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Eagles Open Season With Victory ; Drop Close Game to High Point Defeat Maryland State Normal 37-21 , but Lose a HardFought Match With Carolinians 30-25 Olsen , Lichliter and LaFavre Lead Attack Which Subdues Maryland State Normal The first Young-coached American University quintet was victorious over Maryland State Normal last Saturday , by a 37 to 21 score . Quite a fair crowd flocked to the A . U . gym to see the Eagles inaugurate their fifth season , and no one was disappointed with the result of the first game . Led by Red Olsen , the Flashing Finn . who scored 13 of his team s points , the Orange and Blue were never forced to extend themselves to defeat the Baltimore outfit . At the beginning of the second half , the Marylanders did manage to come within one point of tying the Eagles , but a series of dazzling scoring plays quickly piled up a handsome margin for the Blue . Captain Dave Lichliter gave a remarkable performance for a sick man , tallying nine markers , Lee Field wa...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fifteen Football " A Men to Receive Athletic A " Crist and Wallowitz Have Won Football Letter Four Times While at A . U . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Fifteen Football A Men to Receive Athletic A Crist and Wallowitz Have Won Football Letter Four Times While at A . U . According to the system of awarding letters ( participation in half of the number of quarters ) , fifteen members of the American University football squad of 1929 are eligible for the A . Two of the fifteen men , Captain Crist and Wally Wallowitz , have won the letter for football four times during their four years at the Collage , « _od two other men , Lee Field and Jack LaFavre , have received the award three times . The other men who are to receive the A for football are included in the following list , and the number following each name indicates the number of times the player has received the award : Baker ( 1 ) , Crist ( 4 ) , Diehl ( 1 ) , Field ( 3 ) , Friedheim ( 2 ) , Johnson , F . ( 1 ) , LaFavre ( 3 ) , Lambert ( 2 ) , Markham ( 1 ) , Olmstead ( 2 ) , Olsen ( 2 ) , Parke ( 1 ) , Targee ( 1 ) , _Wallowitz ( 4 ) , Fisher ( Manager ) ( 1 ) . One of our lads...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Juniors Conquer Seniors in Hockey [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

Juniors Conquer Seniors in Hockey ¦ Game _^ Culminates Series of Interclass Matches Held for the Past Month The last official interclass hockey game of the season was played on December 10 , when the juniors conquered the seniors by a score of 3 to 2 , in a hard-fought match . At the end of the first half , the teams were tied 2 to 2 , and it was only in the few minutes before the final whistle blew , that the juniors made the winning goal . This game was the culmination of the series of interclass hockey games which has been in progress for the past month . In these games to decide the class championship , the freshmen beat the sophomores ; the juniors defeated the seniors ; the juniors vanquished the freshmen ; the seniors were _victoriaus over the sophomores ; the seniors trounced the freshmen ; and the juniors again conquered the seniors . The line-up of the last game was : Seniors Junior * Martz C . Smith Bittle R . I . Evans Scull * L I . Plnoher HID R . W . Staples Severance ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929

To Leon Dutch Shloss may be granted the title of American University s most versatile athlete . Dutch has engaged in three sports for A . U ., namely basketball , football , and baseball . He has participated in over ninety intercollegiate contests , covering a period of three years . He started out as a fullback on the grid squad , and guard on the quintet in his freshman year . He continued bis good work in both these sports the following season , and just to prove his athletic prowess , Dutch held down an infield berth on the baseball team . With the court season and the spring months still before him , the Washington Flash 1 expects to swell his record a good bit beyond the hundred mark .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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