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Hutchins to Lecture at Scarborough School [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Hutchins to Lecture at Scarborough School On February 14 , Professor Will Hutchins will speak before the student assembly of the Scarborough School , Scarborough , N . Y . Mr . Hutchins will give an illustrated lecture on Washington as an Educational Center . One of the points he will stress is the great opportunity for research in the Library of Congress . On January 29 Professor Hutchins spoke on Giotto at the Mt . Vernon Seminary . Mr . Hutchins as an authority on Giotto gave a lecture that was _rprpived with pntViti « i . ism

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Fritz Leiber to Appear Before A . U . Students [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Fritz Leiber to Appear Before A . U . Students On Tuesday , February II , the students of American University will hear a talk given by Fritz Leiber , an eminent Shakespearean actor , in the chapel . On Friday , February 14 , J . H . Randall , director of the World Unity Fotmdatiooj . wfll weak to ,,. the students in the chapel .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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SPRING ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

SPRING ELECTIONS Miss B . S . Goodwin to Give Recital Among the important events coining around Easter time at American University are the spring elections . The student body should take _special care in choosing its representatives on the Student Council and the president of the Student Association . Now is the time to begin looking for candidates —students who will be active in advancing student interests . The Eagle is not interested in advancing the candidacy of any individual or group of individuals . The Eagle is interested in seeing student offices filled by students competent to represent the student body before the faculty and administration , and is willing to co-operate with them in the advancemeat of student welfare . Toe Student Council this year has carried through at least two notable projects : furnishing the men s lounging room adjoining the dining room ; and completing a survey of the meals served in the dining room in the interest of securing well-balanced menus f...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY _Believ Tornot , Sweden Believ Tomot is a strange place . All the people there are either professors or students , and all the people there are members of the Believ Tornot School for Little Boys and Little Girls . But ignorance is no excuse . All of the little boys and girls attending are 16 years old . Some are older . Some are 21 . But still those born in 1013 and 1914 are 16 . One of the 21-year-olds , got an arithmetic problem correct once . The faculty felt their positions endangered and exiled the student . He now teaches Greek at Pahuskie . The people at Believ Tornot are queer . Some eat soup with their left hands . Some tie their ties in knots . Others tie their ties in bows . Still others kno . t their ties in bow-ties . The Bureau of Astronomy never notes an increase or decrease in population . Why ? The town itself is queer . The only water within 1125 miles of the place is the Cider Cee . The source of the Cee is a spigot in the mayor s hous...

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CAMPUS OPINION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

CAMPUS OPINION The agonizing fear of semester examinations has been alleviated to a great extent by the new system of holding examinations in the classrooms . This has many advantages to the student . Taking an . examination in the accustomed meeting place of the class assumes much the same tone as taking a six weeks test or any other . Then , too , that awful prowling about by numerous curious proctors never did promote easy thinking . Also , there are not nearly so many faces to watch , and it is not so hard to keep track of the time each student leaves , for you have calculated to write a longer test than your roommate . There is a certain inspiration that comes from a particular crack in the wall . There are spots of dirt that always remind you of a math problem , or a period in history . You never look out the window without being reminded of the Pilgrim Fathers or the law of gravitation . All this may seem trivial , but it is good psychology . So we are mighty thankful that th...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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f All-Talking Picture Shown to Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

f All-Talking Picture Shown to Freshmen \ Girls Glee Club Gives Concerts Mill BEATRICE On Wednesday and Thursday , January 22 and 23 respectively , an alltalking picture was shown at American University . The title of the picture was , O You Sulphur , and the hero of the picture was Sulphur himself . The talking was kindly supplied by the occupants of the peanut gallery in the last row of the Biology lecture room . A short intermission was held while the films were being changed , during which the picture was thoroughly discussed , especially the fact that the layers of sand and gumbo looked like a club sandwich . The audience also got a big kick out of seeing one man carry away several thousand tons of sulphur at one time , but they all agreed to believe anything once . The picture was given for the benefit of Dr . Holton s freshman laboratory classes , who enjoyed it immensely , but wished they had paid more attention to it when they took their final examination the following Thur...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published entry two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the Amerkm University , Washington , D . C . Subscr iption Price - $ 2 . 50 » Year Bnttnd M _Mcont-cltM matter . Oetolwr S . liftat th _« pott offio _* _. at W «» _hlnitou , t > . C .. _nndtr Act of lurch I , 1171 . EDITORIAL 8 TAFF Editor-in-Chief George L . Sixbey , 30 Associate Editors Raymond Spaeth , 30 Mary Scull , 30 Assistant Editors Roger W . Craven , 31 S . Carlton Avers , 31 Issue Editor Roger W . Craven , 31 REPORTERS Helen Goodman , 30 Claire Attland , 31 Ethelwyn Hine , 31 John M . Houston , 31 Jane Lytle , 31 Audrey Belt , 32 Brooke Bright , 32 W . Yule Fisher , 32 Mercedes Jordan , 32 Jan Rice , 32 _EUie 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 Elisabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 Pauline Frederick 30 Kay G . Heath 31 Leverett G . Sto...

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CAMPUS COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

CAMPUS COMMENTS The dreaded finals are memories . For some of us they are rather unpleasant memories . Whether or not the memories of this second semester s finals will haunt us through the summer vacation depends largely on the work we do between now and the last week of May . Sweet dreams . Another job that should interest the Student Council is the erection of a shelter for the accommodation of students and faculty members who are not fortunate enough to drive their own cars and so have to wait for a bus . A small building which would afford shelter from the winds that sweep across the campus and the deluge of spring rains , and which would not be out of keeping with the architectural harmony of the quadrangle , should be erected at once for the comfort and convenience of bus patrons . — I The progress of the Women s Glee Club under the direction of Dr . Dudley has been remarkable . We haven t heard much from the Mens Glee Club lately , though . We believe that a music club which...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Dave Morgan Gives Bird s-Eye View of Group of Alumni at Drew Dave Morgan , at Drew University , Madison , N . ] ., has earned the editor s gratitude by volunteering a general news letter on that busy group of American alumni taking graduate work at Drew . It is so well written that it seemed a shame to re-edit it , and so it is largely reprinted here : — Dear Youth : As all poor pennies , so I likewise must turn up sooner or later . ... Be that as it may , I shall stick until my story is through , and then . . . . Bill ( William Warner , 28 ) tells me that it is all right to tell you that he is still at Mountain Lakes , N . J ., as director of Religious Education . By way of parenthesis I may add that he seems to be the general all-around utility man . I am not so sure but that he takes care of the cradle roll , grapples with the abnormal and subnormal children of the community , juggles with the factions of the church , and finally creates the power for the oreacher . At any rate ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

An Appreciation The response to the call for alumni dues has been very gratifying to those at the home base—but our goal is 100 per cent membership , and some folks are keeping us from it . Best of all have been the notes which accompanied many of the checks — bringing news from old friends and classmates . The postmarks indicate that A . U .-ites are scattered all over our broad land , and we feel that special credit is really due some of the very far-off ones who responded so promptly : Ethel Moulton Bond from New Mexico , Pauline Fortney from Arizona , and Geraldine Westwood from Montana were the farthest . The notes all carried the real spirit of A . U ., expressing unanimous appreciation of the news bulletin and hope that the A . U . Alumni Association will carrv on . The secretary of the College Alumni Council , Miss Catherine R . Edwards , 1348 Lawrence St ., N . E ., Washington , D . C _, who is also editing the alumni news from the downtown schools of the University for the...

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Association Requests Aid in Completing Address Lists [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Association Requests Aid in Completing Address Lists 1 he Alumni Association has no addresses for the following alumni . Letters sent to their addresses as on the University records have all been returned unclaimed . If any one can help us out , kindly send the information to the editor . Graduate School and School of the Political Sciences . Willis P . Baker , M . A . 23 Frank S . Bellah , M . P . S . 26 Jean Do wile s , M _.-A . 26 Samuel T . Holmgren , D . C . L . 23 Jessie May Hoover , M . S . 26 Florence M . Jayne , M . A . 29 George E . Johnson , M . A . 25 Mirza Seyed B . K . Kazemi , M . P . S . 26 Lowell Wm . Raymond , D . C . L . 22 Spencer H . Reed , M . A . 28 Demetria Mamaril Suguitan _, M . A . 27 C . B . Suterio , M . P . S . 27 Wm . Lonsdale Taylor , M . A . 28 Julien D . Wyatt , B . P . S . 28 College of Liberal Arts Anna Bair Chaffin , B . A . 27 Lucy Merkle Griffin , B . A . 26 Ella Pergler Malec , B . A . 27 _Margaret L . Sikes ( Concluded from column 4 ) Clarenc...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

College of Liberal Arts Alumni The marriage of Irene Dezendorf , 29 , to Samuel Bilbrough , 29 , last December 31 in Washington is probably old news to most of the alumni , since an account of it was printed on the second page of the January 16 issue of The Eagle . We know nothing more about the couple except what is stated in the Drew University dispatch 1 elsewhere printed . Rumor from several different sources has it that Violet M . Brown , 27 , and Charles McDowell , 27 , are very seriously engaged . A contest is therefore on foot between this couple and the Rash-Wailes combination for third honors in all-American weddings . Dorothy Buchan , 29 , Laurelton State Village , Pa ., has broken her work as a psychometric tester with two vacation trips , one to Philadelphia at Thanksgiving , and the other at Christmas to her home in Palmer , Va . On her way back after Christmas she attended the Sam-Renee wedding and visited the old crowd in Washington . Cathenne Edwards , 27 , besides ...

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OUR FIRST GRADUATES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

OUR FIRST GRADUATES _tgf _** \ _)^ _g _^^^ j _^^^ _jy _Q _^ - _^ _j&g _-fjfr _^ s _^ wpy _^ _j _^^^ _oy _^^^ w Dr . Frank W . Collier is proving himself an indispensable friend of this enterprise—the publication of the Alumnit e News Sheet . It is through his kindness that we have the following articles , the last two written by himself , and the first two by Dr . Oswald Schreiner . We hope that in the years ahead there will be many more names among American University alumni to add to this list of notables begun by Our First Graduates . ELBERT C . LATHOP was the first student to receive the Ph . D . degree from the American University in 1916 . Dr . Lathrop majored in Chemistry and presented the thesis entitled , The Organic Nitrogen Compounds of Soils and Fertilizers , which was a noteworthy scientific contribution to the subject . He was born in Greensburg , Ind ., October 6 , 188 S . He entered De Pauw University in 1904 , and received his A . B . degree from that in...

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Our First Graduates [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Our First Graduates ( Continued f until 1906 when he accepted a position with the United States Department of Agriculture . From 1912-1914 he was editor of the Southern Planter , Richmond _,- Va . In 1919 he resigned from the department where he was connected with the office of Farm Management to accept a position on the writing staff of the Country Gentleman . In connection with his work Dr . Cates takes frequent trips to the state experiment stations and agricultural regions of the United States and foreign countries collecting material for his writing . Dr . Cates articles on agricultural subjects , presenting as he does the results of scientific investigations in a clear , concise , and brilliant manner , are furthering the knowledge of scientific agriculture by making abstruse and difficultly understood matters plain to the lay reader , to the administrators and legislators , and to the man on the farm . Raymond Alexander Kelser _, a native of Pennsylvania , is another of the g...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

THE THEATRES This Week Next Week COLUMBIA Bessie Love in . _; Ramon Navarro _ s first talkie Chasing Rainbows ., ? Devil May Care ¦ ; _•••• . ! * uM- fiARL V _^ i Marilyn Miller in _^ w-lj _^ 1 Little Jack Little ( RadVStW ) Sally ( second week ) • * _¥% _*? _¦/¦ ¦ The Great Divide . _ • ¦ Pox William Collier in Zane Grey s first talkie _^ Harmony at Home Lone Star Ranger . . _vvi ¦ METROPOLITAN _«« £ Conrad Nagel in ( Friday , Feb . 14 ) _^ _^ MlB Sacred Flame ( second week ) No No Nannette t _^^ _HPp PALACE _^ mB Gary Cooper in Richard Arlen and _Ut _^ _mMUm Seven Days Leave Burning Up _fliSiP _* . Stage—Ted Joyce in , Stage—Allan Roger _*> j _^|| _pte . Bermuda Bound .... • : for one week . . . _3 | k # t , k ¦ > : - _A R 1 ALTO _kWm _^ _- ¦ _^ _^^ _* _$ _& _$ * &- ilTiday , Feb . 7 ) v _$£ _fc * , ¦ | ( Friday , Feb . 14 ) ¦ ¦> « jf ||* _$ fef _* -s j ( 1 , e |> h _Schildkraiit is _timifci ; : ¦ - Betty _Compson...

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Graduate School Alumni [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Graduate School Alumni ( _Cotii-lmlcd from pane 3 ) North Carolina , lie expects to take the bar examination in the near future . Mr . Williams has contributed several financial articles to financial and technical magazines . He is a member of the American Society C . P . A ., a member and one of the governors of the Interstate C . P . A . Society , a member of the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City , of the SheJton Harbor Country Club , and we c _| o not blame him if he decides to ertd his account with etc . Mr . Williams says he would greatly enjoy a _vispt from any of his old classmates arid friends should they happen into New York Ctty . I Rev . Thomas F . Carroll received h s degree of Ph . D . in 23 . At the _cloie of his pastorate in White Stone , Vs ., Dr . Carroll moved to Martinsvill :, Va ., where he was pastor of the First Methodist church for two years . Sin _^ e October , 1929 , Dr . Carroll has bee | n serving as presiding elder of tre Charlottesville District , ...

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Technology Professor Pleads for Culture [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Technology Professor Pleads for Culture The type of college student who combines with a kind of study that will earn her living that vague thing called culture , is the hope of our country today , according to Professor Robert E . Rogers of Be a Snob fame , who spoke before the 500 women students at the College of Practical Arts and Letters of Boston University at a recent _assembly . The Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor , who is also a faculty member of the Sargent School of Physical Education , was introduced by Dean T . Lawrence Davis . - Any one can acquire technical perfection , he said . You want to be educated , which is a vastly different thing . For every one of you students here today there are a hundred ghosts , a hundred people who for one reason or another dropped by the wayside in their education and never got as far as you . Yours is a great obligation . If your college does not mean anything to you ten or fifteen years after you graduate , something wi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

FORMER STUDENTS NOT ALUMNI Florence Lyman , 1926-27 , says I went back to Carleton and was graduated last June . I am teaching this year in the metropolis of Fosston , Minn , ( population 1200 ) . . . . Have three classes of English in the high school , one Social Science class , and Dramatics . Am enjoying the work very much ( and we don t forget to play , too ) . Florence Lelghty , 1927-28 , 300 Court House Rd ., Lyon Village , Clarendon , Va ., attended the National School of Fine and Applied Arts in Washington last year during the day , and took two courses at George Washington at night . This year she is continuing m the Art School , taking a course in Commercial Illustration and Design . From Ellicott City , Md ., we hear from Iris Humphreys , 1927-28 . After I left A . U ., I went to Maryland State Normal at Salisbury . I was graduated from there last June , and now I am teaching in a little country school about fifteen miles from Baltimore . I have twenty pupils , and I am t...

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College of Liberal Arts Alumni [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

College of Liberal Arts Alumni ( Continued from page . i ) of the current journal—being responsible for the arrangement of the articles and the planning of the pages . It is all fun—especially picking the illustrations—if it just didnt have to go out on schedule time . I have been mighty green at it this first year , and surely owe lots to the experimenting I got to do on the old Aucola —at least I learned there not to believe printers . Dorothea McDowell , 26 ( 1416 Allison St ., N . W . Wash ., D . C . ) is in her third year as Girl Reserve Secretary in the Washington Y . W . C . A . There are over 2 , 000 members in her department , ranging in age from 12 to 18 , grouped in 36 clubs in and near Washington . The girls have an annual Christmas toy shop , when they repair and repaint several thousand toys and distribute them to children in Washington institutions . Most of last summer Miss McDowell spent in camps and conferences . She says she is completely in love with her work and...

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Library Obtains Many New Books [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930

Library Obtains Many New Books Wide Range of Volumes in Most Recent Acquisition Among the books recently acquired by the library are the complete works of Victor Hugo in French , in 51 volumes ; the complete works of Poe ; Thorndike s English Comedy and Tragedy , Borrow s Lavengro ; Beren&on s Study and Criticism of Italian Art and Florentine Painters of the Renaissance ; and several volumes completing the Chronicles of America Series . There are a number of new books in the department of religion , including : Jevons Introduction to the History of Religion ; CutU Turning Points of General Church History ; and Scott s Gospel and its Tributaries . The new history books number Hulme s Middle Ag « and Hayes Political and Social Hkory of Modem Europe .

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