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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
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Anglican Club Joins Council [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Anglican Club Joins Council Local Chapter to Be Part Host to Tri-Diocesan Conference to Be Held in February The Anglican Club has been admitted to the National Student Council , an organization of Episcopal students with units in some 80 colleges and universities of this country . The club has adopted the program of the council which includes worship , religious education , church extension , service , and meetings . The club will be represented at the meeting of the council next summer . The provincial organization known as the Tri-Diocesan Conference will meet in Washington this February , and the local unit will be one of its hosts . The first Corporate Communion of the Anglican Club occurred on Sunday , December IS , at 7 : 30 , in St . Columba s church . Fr . Shearer was the celebrant . A Corporate Communion will be held on the second Sunday in each month , and the regular meetings on the first and third Mondays in the month . Fr . Shearer spoke at a meeting of the club held on...
Oxford Fellowship Re -ceives New Members [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Oxford Fellowship Receives New Members Cercle Francais Plans Program Large Audience Sees The Student Council Play Chancellor and Mrs . Clark Open Home to Club for Reception The annual Oxford Fellowship reception to new members was held at the home of Chancellor and Mrs . Lucius C . Clark , Friday evening , November IS , at 8 : 15 o clock . Professor Will Hutchins of the Art Department of American University was the main speaker of the evening . Mr . Hutchins is well acquainted with the problems that confront the members of the Fellowship through his experience in the Anglican ministry . His message was on the subject of Elijah s passing on a double portion of his blessing to Elisha as recorded in II Kings 2 . He stressed the qualities of loyalty , vision , faith , and leadership as necessary and beneficial to every one , but especially to ministers . Mrs . . Hilda Minder French , instructor in Speech , gave a dramatic interpretation of a story told concerning the heroism of a Yale s...
Commander R . E . Byrd Hears Shure ' s Music Recent Composition Broad -cast and Is Received by Antarctic Expedition at South Pole [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Commander R . E . Byrd Hears Shure s Music Recent Composition Broadcast and Is Received by Antarctic Expedition at South Pole The freshmen at Trinity College eel * Part of the music of Dawn in the Desert , an oratorio composed by R . Deane Shure , was used in a concert which was broadcast last Saturday night over Radio Station WRC , and through the station at Schenectady , N . Y ., it was sent all the way to Commander Byrd _ s expedition at the South Pole . Some other words were put to the music of Dawn in the Desert , which were descriptive of Byrd s flight over the South Pole . They were sung by the men s chorus of Mount Vernon M . E . church , under the direction of Dr . Shure . This took place between 11 : 30 and 12 midnight , and two minutes after the program was over , Commander Byrd sent the message back that the program had all been received well by the expedition . This event was sponsored by The Evening Star , of Washington , D . C . EXCHANGE A Shavictory Club has been org...
I . R . C Plans Full Winter Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
I . R . C Plans Full Winter Program Turkish Minister , Ahmed Bey , to Speak at Next Meeting Miss Beth Hill and Miss Janie Scantlin were the speakers at the regular meeting of the International Relations Club , on December 11 , held in Room 108 , Hurst Hall . Both speakers presented phases of the post-war kingdom of Jugoslavia , whose official title is the Kingdom of the Serbs , Croats , and Slovenes . Miss Hill presented the historical background of this modern kingdom , and analyzed the different nations that united to form Jugoslavia , of which Serbia was the most important . Miss Scantlin portrayed the economic outlook , and gave a resume of the departmental structure of the government . In the business meeting that preceded the talks , the banquet was tentatively set for May 10 of next year . It was also decided to invite the honorary members of the club—Dean Woods , Dr . Stowell , Dr . Gewehr , and Mr . Flemming —to talk to the members . The Turkish minister to the United State...
Library Purchases Many Classic Works [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Library Purchases Many Classic Works ( _j _^ _T _^ ATmeTic _cconr- jy _^ j &gt; _j _ejIftMJ CORRECT vU _fc ] f _!« _jgTff _f CO _ANy tfCKJ \ ( W Literary Guild Productions Have Recently Been Received Among the recent purchases of the library are the complete works of Conrad , De Maupassant ( in English ) , and Thackeray , the Dictionary of National Biography , Wells Outline of History , the complete works of Honore de Balzac in English , Beebe s Jungle Days , Hudson s The Land s End , Lawrence s Revolt in the Desert , Brandes Goethe , Deeping s Doomsday , Tolstoi s Resurrection , _Sienkiewicz s Quo Vadis , Vallery-Radot s Life of Pasteur , and Wiggam s New Decalogue of Science . Several Literary Guild productions have also been received : Bowers Tragic Era , Anthony s Queen Elizabeth , La Farge s Laughing Boy , and Voltaire s Candide . Fiction recently placed on the shelves numbers De La Roche s Jalna , and White Oaks of Jalna , Deeping s Roper s Row , Remarque s All Quiet o...
Council Debates Activity Award [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Council Debates Activity Award ( Continued trom pace 1 I to receive the _coveted award must accumulate twelve point- ; in one year or sixteen in two years . Certain points have been assigned each office of the various college activities , the minor offices receiving from one to three points , and the major ones from three to five . This amendment will be voted upon by the student body sometime within the near future . The coat-of-arms submitted by Phyllis Lamar as a possible college symbol was also discussed . It was decided , however , that several revisions be made upon the original copy before final action . The matter of awarding numerals for participation in intramural sports , a topic which was introduced at the preceding council meeting , has been left to the College Athletic Committee . This committee is at present devising a scheme whereby those who take part in interclass contests will be duly rewarded . GOODYKAR tVKI . T SYSTEM SI 1 OK KKPAIKINd MODERN SHOE SHOP Salvatore...
Plans Being Made For Second Annual Palestine Seminar [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
Plans Being Made For Second Annual Palestine Seminar ( Continued from page 1 ) with respect to work done by a member of the seminar is accepted by all supporting institutions , of which there are now 52 , as equivalent to a transfer of credit . In addition to the four weeks in Jerusalem , the seminar will have the opportunity of visiting Athens , Constantinople , Smyrna , Rhodes , Beirut , Cairo and the pyramids , together with The Passion Play . The seminar is a study group and not just an ordinary tour . It is conducted on the most economical basis possible , consistent with comfort and enjoyment . Since , therefore , it is not a commercial project , it has been made possible to offer it this year at the extremely low cost of $ 625 , New York to New York .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 December 1929
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New York Board Ohio Wesleyan Accredits College Debate to Open Girls' Schedule [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
New York Board Ohio Wesleyan Accredits College Debate to Open Girls Schedule Art Class Visits Cathedral Close Women Will Debate Affirmative on February 5 , While Men Take Negative February 21 The women s debate team of American University open their forensic schedule in a debate , to be held in Hunt Hall , February 5 , with the women s team of Ohio Wesleyan College of Delaware , Ohio . American University will advance the affirmative contention of the question , Resolved , That the policy of a liberal arts college education for all high school graduates who seek it is sound . The debate will be of unique interest for two reasons . Both Mr . Flemming and Mrr _^ French , the debate coaches , received their forensic experience at Ohio Wesleyan . Thus the debate will be between teacher-coached and pupilcoached teams . Moreover , the women s squad began intercollegiate debating two years ago , with a contest with the same college when the latter won two to one . The men s team will meet ...
Eagles Defeat C . U . 26-19 ; Olsen Stars Flashy Game Marks First A . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Eagles Defeat C . U . 26-19 ; Olsen Stars Flashy Game Marks First A . Mm . H . E Golder Heads Women s Faculty Club U . Win on C . U . Court in Four Years The American University Eagles smashed through for a dazzling victory against Catholic University in the latter s gym on Monday evening , and in so doing smashed also the dope that predicted a deep grave for A . U . basketball hopes after the shake-up last week . The score was 26-19 . Fulfilling the promise of future power made in the G . W . game last Friday , the Eagles completely outplayed the Cardinals in every phase of the contest . It was the first time in four years of competition that the Methodist quint trounced their rivals on the Brookland court . The game started with the C . U , second team on the floor , but they were able to make little headway and were withdrawn when the score stood 8-4 against them . The first team rounded out the half , but fared no better than its predecessors . The Eagles continued to play with ...
David Lawrence Heads Speakers At Conference [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
David Lawrence Heads Speakers At Conference District Press Conference Program to Be Held on A . U . Campus in April At the Intercollegiate Press Conference for the District of Columbia which is to be held on this campus in April , Mr . David Lawrence , editor of the United States Doi y , and president of the Consolidated Press Association of America , will be one of the principal speakers . Mr . Lawrence has been connected with the Associated Press since 1910 . He represented the Associated Press with Governor Wilson at Sea Girt , New Jersey , and stayed with him in the same capacity after Mr . Wilson became President-elect . When Mr . Wilson became President , Mr . Lawrence still served in this important capacity until the outbreak of war , after which he was put in charge of the Associated Press news regarding neutrality and German relations . From December . 1916 , to October 1 , 1919 , he acted as Washington correspondent of the New York Evening Post . Mr . Lawrence has addresse...
Women ' s Glee Club to Give Programs [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Women s Glee Club to Give Programs Club to Sing Before Methodist Educational Association The Women s Glee Club of the American University is planning to give a number of programs within the next few weeks . The first will be a part program on Thursday the 16 th at the banquet to be given to the Methodist Educational Association in the College dining hall . On January 21 at the Women s Business Council which is to be held in the Church of the Covenant , the Glee Club will also take part in the program . Several numbers will be sung by the quartet which is composed of Doris Wil ¬ lis , Mary Cline , Helen Tucker , and Delsie Appel , and also the duet composed of Helen Tucker and Doris Willis . Violin selections will be furnished by Anna Mary Sanford . At the Seat Pleasant Methodist church , of which Gilbert McVaugh is in charge , the Glee Club will present a full program . This is to take place on March 21 . There was a social gathering of the Women s Glee Club at the home of Mrs . Bon...
Council Debates Credit System n r v _ : _ c .-i - r _ — 0 DKPoint System of Extra [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Council Debates Credit System n r \ v _ : _ c .-i - r _ — 0 DKPoint System of Extra . . . - Curricular Awards Stirs Favorable Comment The Student Council is still attempting to work out a suitable credit system for making an award to those persons who are outstanding in extra-cur-ricular activities . At the last meeting the O . D . K . point system was introduced , and all those present thought it could easily be adapted to our College . The O . D . K . is a national extra-cur-ricular fraternity with numerous chapters in colleges throughout the United States . Their credit system is planned so that a student to be eligible for membership must , obtain SO points , 32 of which must be in one particular- line . This plan is to be revised by a committee and submitted at a later meeting of the council . A report from the play showed a profit of about $ 130 . most of which will be used on the men s lounge . Another matter which was presented at this meeting was the question of the annoyin...
Four Senior Cage Stars Disqualified Capt . Lichliter , LaFavre , SBloss , and Field Barred as Pro ' s [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Four Senior Cage Stars Disqualified Capt . Lichliter , LaFavre , SBloss , and Field Barred as Pro s The severest blow to American University s athletic affairs since the founding of the College , descended with the opening of the New Year , when four regulars on the varsity basketball were banned for alleged professionalism . Charging them with receiving money for participation in a game against the Knights of Columbus team of Cumberland , Md ., December 21 , the Faculty Athletic Committee , composed of Wm . B . Holtom , Walter Young , and Harold Golder , formally barred Leland Field , David Lichliter , Leon Shloss _, and Jack LaFavre from further intercollegiate ( Continued on page 3 ) See page 2 for an official state ment of the Faculty Athletic Com mittee concerning the disqualifica tion of four A . U . basketball play ers ; also an interview with the dis qualified plavers .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Chancellor Clark Receives Word That American U . Students May Teach in New York On January 7 , Dr . Lucius C . Clark received word from Dr . James Sullivan . Assistant Commissioner for Higher and Professional Education for the University of the State of New York , that American University had been accredited by the University of the State of New York . The following letter was received from Mr . Sullivan : This is to notify you that this department has this day registered the course of study leading to the degree of A . B . in the College of Liberal Arts of the American University of Washington , D . C . The University applied for recognition in the University of the State of New York nearly a year ago . This recognition means that our A . B . degree has been accredited in their State Education Department , and will allow all American University graduates in the future to teach in New York .
Dean Woods to Give Address at Central [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Dean Woods to Give Address at Central Speech to Be Made at Initiation Ceremony of Honor Society Dean Woods has been invited to make addresses at two local schools in the near future . Friday , January 17 , he will speak at the initiation ceremony of the National Honor Society at Central High School , and on Friday , January 31 , he will deliver the address at the graduation exercises of Gordon Junior High School . The Central chapter of the National Honor Society , which the dean will address at its biannual installation of new members , has sent a good percentage of the Centralites now attending American University . About half the representatives of Central in the freshman class belonged to that honorary organization last year , in addition to the alumni already enrolled in the College .
Club Members Enjoy Christmas Events [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930
Club Members Enjoy Christmas Events Bridge and Theater Parties End the Semester Activities The Breeky Club s festive spirit was manifested during the Christmas vacation by a bridge and a theater party . The bridge was held at the home of Yule Fisher , the president , December 26 , and at that time plans for the next gathering were formulated . About twenty members joined the theater party on January 2 to monopolize a couple of rows at the National where tbe fatce , Trevelyn s Ghost , provided an evening s entertainment . At the first regular meeting held since the holidays , it was agreed to postpone further activities ouT of deference to the approachi _n g midyears . However , it is the intention of the club to hold a second dance early in the next semester .