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Grid Schedule for Next Year Arranged [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Grid Schedule for Next Year Arranged George Washington Not to Be on Next Season s Program The annual A . U . —G . W . grid classic will not be on the card in 1 Q 30 , according to an announcement made last week by Coach Young . The arrangements already made bad to be canceled * _, due to a misunderstanding over the date . Tbe cancellation in no way damaged the relations of the schools , and the coach hopes to be able to arrange a game in 1031 . Shenandoab , Shepherd , Gallaudei , anil Si . Johns have been definitely scheduled for A . U . football games next fall , and consideration is being given to an offer from Wagner College , Staten Island , N . V ., this latter game to be played on the Wagner field . Loyola , of Baltimore , has also been tentatively scheduled .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
D . Randolph Succeeds to Librarianship [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

D . Randolph Succeeds to Librarianship B . Field Takes Leave of Absence to Continue to Study for Degree Miss Dorothy Randolph of Oneonta , New York , is to succeed Miss Bernice Field as assistant in the library . Miss Field is going to the University of Illinois to continue to study for her library degree . After her graduation from _Wheaton College , Norton , Massachusetts , and from Drexel Institute , Philadelphia . Miss Randolph traveled six months in Europe . The new _awUta&t then held the position of librarian in the New Brunswick High School , New Jersey , and later at the Westtown Friends School , a Quaker boarding school at Westtown , Pennsylvania .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

© 0 = _^ = *« Q == «(?*< Qt _* e (? _= < Q B _* Cr _^ I Official Statement of I Faculty Athletic Committee j The Faculty Committee on Athletic : believes that the student body of the College of Liberal Arts is entitled tc know the facts in connection with the dismissal from the basketball squad of four of the varsity players . On December 10 the committee _wai questioned about a basketball game scheduled to be played on Sunday , December 22 , by the American University of Washington , D . C . with the Cumberland Casey quint at Cumberland . Investigation instituted by the committee revealedthat a game to be played on the above date had been definitely arranged by some of the varsity members of the A . U . squad . Correspondence with the acting manager of the Cumberland Casey s terminated with a letter from him on December 16 , from which the following is quoted , —and would be glad to have you . if you will , inform the group of students that were to play us nex...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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I FRATERNITY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

I FRATERNITY NEWS Pohick , Virginia ( Source of the Nations Food Supply ) It wasn t so many years ago thnt your writer went on his first , last , and only hunting trip , —and memories of that excursion linger yet . It was a typical autumn day , some years ago , when four of my friends and I gave our _instance companies the scare of their fiscal year by our decision to go hunting for rabbits , which , we were informed by our host-to be , Cranford by name , abounded on his palatial estate at Pohick , Va . The first time I ever held a loaded rifle was the time Cranford gave me one , as he did my friends , and told me to shoot at a not distant tree , to prove whether of not I was to be trusted with the infernal weapon . I passed the examination with flying colors by very carefully aiming at a tree some 20 feet from the one designated . ( At least I know my faults . ) We were , then , five tendcrfeet being led in the tangled wilds of the Cranford estate of Virginia , by its owner , whom ...

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An Interview With Barred A . U . Players [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

An Interview With Barred A . U . Players Subjects for Next Semester Listed Upon being interviewed , the four players that were dropped from the squad made statements very similar to those made by the Athletic Committee . They all agreed that the Faculty Athletic Committee had a perfect right to drop them from the team if the committee desired to do so for playing a basketball game during the holidays . They likewise agreed that it was an unfortunate circumstance that the name American University appeared in the newspaper write-ups of the game . On the other hand , they highly resented the fact that their names were broadcast in glaring headlines in newspapers in this city , Baltimore , and perhaps other cities , as being professionals . A sum of money , forty dollars ( $ 40 . 00 ) , was received by the manager of the team with which to help defray the expenses . The individual players received no money for playing the game and took no part in the handling of any money . As for the w...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Professor Losey Reads "Macbeth " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Professor Losey Reads Macbeth Macbeth Greatest Tragedy Says _Shaketpearean Interpreter Profe ? 5 or Frederick D . Losey of New York , one of the most eminent Shakespearean interpreters in the country , add r essed the students in chapel on Tuesday , January 14 . Professor Losey has taught Shakespeare in various colleges throughout the country for the past sixteen years . He has just recently given up a professorship at Syracuse University when he found himself so much in demand as a reader of Shakespeare s plays . The subject of the morning was the tragedy of Macbeth , the reading of which Professor Losey gave Tuesday evening in the chapel . The speaker commented upon the four great trage ¬ dies . Hamlet . Othello , King Lear , and Macbeth , considered important in the order named . But Macbeth was considered the greatest by Professor Losey because of its unusual character . The keynote cf the play is to be found in the words of the three witches : Fair is foul and foul is fair . Wo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscr iption Price - $ 2 . 50 a _Ymtr ¦ nt « r _« d as _second-otaM matter . OatOber 5 . HIS . _» t the _poit one * . _« t _Wnihlnston , t > . C . under Act of Ma roll 1 . 117 * . EDITORIAL 8 TAPP Editor-in-Chief George L . Sixbey , 30 Associate Editors Raymond Spaeth , 30 Mary Scull , 30 Assistant Editors Roger W . Craven , 31 S . Carlton Ayers , 31 / Issue Editor S . Carlton Ayers REPORTERS Helen Goodman , 30 Claire Altland _, 31 v : Ethelwyn Hine , 31 John M . Houston , 31 [ Jane Lytle , 31 Audrey Belt , 32 Brooke Bright , 32 W . Yule Fisher , 32 Mercedes Jordan , 32 1 Jane Rice , 32 Elsie Sandberg , 32 . Gwendolyn Folsom , 32 Daniel Terrell , 32 Beatrice Adam , 33 , Betty Brundage , 33 Dorothy Hamilton , 33 Anne King , 33 Robert Marcus , 33 ; Sarah Motley , 33 Eliaabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 Pauline Frederick 30 Kay G ....

Publication Title: American Eagle
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

College Professionals The recent action of the Faculty Athletic Committee , in disqualifying four senior members of the College basketball team on charges of violating their amateur rating and playing outlaw basketball games during the Christmas holidays , is entirely in keeping with the present trend in the collegiate athletic world . In this instance , we believe that the disqualified players unwittingly committed a technical violation which proper precautions taken in scheduling the games in question would have avoided . Whether or not the players intentionally violated their amateur rating is beside the point . The case against them is clear . They violated the injunction placed upon them by College authorities . The Faculty Athletic Committee is to be highly commended for its action in keeping A . U . athletics free from the taint of professionalism . There is a remarkable likeness be ¬ tween the present affair in athletics in which the four disqualified players and one other s...

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Second AII" A merican Wedding Takes Place | [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Second AII A merican Wedding Takes Place | Miss Irene Dezendorf and Mr . Samuel Bilbrough , members of the graduating class of 1920 , were married December 31 at 4 : 30 o clock at Eldbrooke Methodist church in Tenleytown . Dr . Arthur J . Jackson of American University performed the ceremony , assisted by Dr . Cole of Eldbrooke church . The double ring ceremony was used . Mr . George L . Sixbey was the organist . Mr . and Mrs . Dezendorf and their daughter motored here from Austin , Texas , while Mr . Bilbrough and Mr . W . Willis Delaplain , the best man . drove down from Madison , New Jersey , where they ate attending Drew Theological _Seminary . Mrs . Steuart , wife of one of the Graduate School faculty members , and sister of the bride , was matron of honor . The last day of 1020 was just like a spring day with its warmth and sunshine . Mrs . Steuart was dressed in n georgette dress of the new shade of blue . She wore a hat to match , and carried pink roses . The bride wore a go...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
jj A Sporting Proposition 1 [] By Eric Fricdheim [ [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

jj A Sporting Proposition 1 [] By Eric Fricdheim [ ELE 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 Ei 3 E 3 _^ 3 £ 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 EE 3 a With four men deposed from the basketball team by a faculty edict , this writer feels himself at liberty to comment on the case and inject his personal observations which are unbiased in any way . Taking the stand of an impartial witness in a matter of this kind , requires the bringing into play of both tact and diplomacy , lest the exprobration of obsequiousness be levied against the observer , Without favoring either cause , we give the arguments of both the players and ( he Faculty Athletic Committee and also our opinion , on the entire matter . The Arguments of the Players 1 . They did NOT wear American University uniforms as a team in the game in question . 2 _. They did not play under the name American University . 3 . They were not prohibited by College authorities from playing the game . 4 . They used a SMALL sum of money given to them by the management of the opposing t...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . Loses to Johns Hopkins [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

A . U . Loses to Johns Hopkins Girls * Gymnasium Classes Commence Indoor Work Inexperienced Quint Makes Fair Showing Against Baltimore Five Coach Walter Young s revamped American University quintet journeyed to Baltimore Tuesday and succumbed to the Johns Hopkins basketeers by a 25-11 score . With four second team men appearing in the Orange and Blue line-up , the Eagles chances for victory were greatly handicapped . Coach Young placed Fuchs and Woods in the forward positions , Olsen ,, his remaining varsity ace , and Targee drew the guard berths , while Colison and Sells held down the center post . This aggregation , although showing marked inexperience in their passing , managed to give quite a fair exhibition . American s attack centered about Olsen , who kept working the ball into the Blue and Black s territory . The flashing redhead , however , could not seem to locate the hoop , missing many spectacular attempts to score from the floor . The Baltimore team did not tally until ...

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A . U . Cagers Lose to G . W by 29-22 Score Eagles Put Up Game Battle to Make Close Game Out of Predicted Runaway [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

A . U . Cagers Lose to G . W by 29-22 Score Eagles Put Up Game Battle to Make Close Game Out of Predicted Runaway Any one who thinks that the new varsity basketball team hasn t got it should have seen the fight that the Eagles made against G . W . en last Friday evening . The team wearing the Buff and Gray turned in a victory , but it was only by the narrow margin of 2922 . Going into the game with the dope all against them , the Orange and Blue quint showed so much pep that the peace of mind of the G . W . supporters was threatened more than once . The brand of inspired basketball which the Eagles displayed on the enemy court was of such quality that American s hopes for a victory at the next meeting oi these two rivals are well founded . Oscar Sells , the lanky lad from Tennessee , starred at the center post , and by tossing four field goals and a foul , made himself the individual high scorer of the evening . Harris , of G . W ., vied with Sells for that honor , his four shots fr...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Miss Wulf Plans Sport Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Miss Wulf Plans Sport Program Basketball , Swimming , and Volleyball Meets to End Winter Schedule With the announcement of Miss Wulf , director of Women s Physical Education , of competitive meets this spring , the program of sports for girls appears to be one of the most interesting in the history of A . U . Miss Wulf in a recent interview said : In going over the work for the coming winter and spring , I find that forms of athletic competition among the women are increasing . Our usual class basketball tournament will take place during February and March . At the end of March , we will introduce our first swimming meet , and our volley ¬ ball games this year will be played at the end of our winter schedule , the first thing in the spring . The spring schedule abo will be fuller than before , since , besides our usual soccer tournament , I hope to have an archery tournament and a better tennis tournament . As the work in physical education broadens , it is necessary for the girls t...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Coach Sees Hope for Basketball [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Coach Sees Hope for Basketball Nervousness Chief Foe of New Men in Their First Game as Regulars on Varsity Nervousness was the chief foe of the American University five in the game with Johns Hopkins on Wednesday , January 8 . Both the offensive and defensive work of the revamped quint was pleasing , Coach Walter H . Young stated after the game , and with seasoning , tbe new team should ably represent the College in the present basketball campaign . The boys had but one night s practice as regulars before stepping onto the court in Baltimore , asserted the coach , and this was naturally a great handicap . Red Olsen , the only man with varsity experience , was playing in a guard position instead of at his usual forward berth , and had to acclimate himself to the new post . He is rapidly meeting the changed requirements , and looked good in the Hopkins game . Discussing the men who have so recently stepped into the shoes of the banned players , Coach Young said that their spirit was f...

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Four Senior Cage Stars Disqualified [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Four Senior Cage Stars Disqualified ( _Coik-UhIciI fiuin pane 1 ) competition . Herbert Elliot , who also played in the game , will not be able to play should he return next session . He is at the present scholastically ineligible . All five men have figured prominently in American University athletics . Lichliter , who was a star center last year , captained the present quintet . Field has played football , baseball , and basketball during his three years at the College . Shloss has performed in similar sports for four seasons , while LaFavre and Elliot performed on the gridiron and the court . In a statement given to the Washington newspapers , the chairman of the Athletic Committee stated : Insofar as these players played an unauthorized game and have violated their amateur standing by receiving money for same , on the night of December 21 at Cumberland , Md ., they have automatically been declared ineligible as members of the basketball team . This action was taken to place athl...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Eagles Defeat C . U . 26-19 ; Olsen Stars [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

Eagles Defeat C . U . 26-19 ; Olsen Stars ( Concluded from page 1 ) Eagle basket , but their shooting was inaccurate . The Eagles , on the other hand , continued to roll up the score , shots by Targee , Woods , and Olsen sinking through the basket with telling effect . Red Olsen , acting captain , led the team like a seasoned general , and played an individual game that deserves headlines . He not only blanked the three forwards who were put in against him , but ran rings around them to bounce four clean shots through the loop . He also accounted for three points on shots from tbe charity line . Targee , the other guard , not only held Oliver , C . U . star , scoreless , but added to the celebration by coming through with a goal and a foul . Oscar Sells , the elongated center , was a shining light on defense , and started many an A . U . score . The num ¬ ber of times that he grabbed the ball off the backboard was phenomenal . Woods , left forward , added to the scoring by shooting ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . to Have Track or Baseball Team [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

A . U . to Have Track or Baseball Team Authorities to Decide Soon ; Mound Material Scarce American University athletic officials have taken a definite stand on a major sport for the spring months . Coach Young has intimated that there would be either a track team or a baseball nine performing in intercollegiate competition for the Orange . It is doubtful whether the committee will decide upon the diamond sport , for the best baseball men are ineligible . Cockeye Ryder , who pitched superbly for the independent team from the University last year , is ineligible . Field , another pitcher , is banned for profes ¬ sionalism . Clyde Williams and Orville Targee would be the nucleus of the mound staff . Leon Shloss , a hard-hitting third baseman is also being kept from participation in intercollegiate athletics due to alleged professionalism . Among those who would fill a varsity baseball berth are Olsen , Colison , Furhs , _Olmstead , _Diehl , and Carter . Should track be decided upon , C...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 January 1930

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