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Deliberate Play Wins for Eagles [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Deliberate Play Wins for Eagles ( Continued from page 5 ) and added that this must not give the impression that he was satisfied with the passing , either . The greenness of the squad has about disappeared , he said , and the fact that none of our opponents has made as much as 30 points shows that the defense is strong . I am not completely satisfied with it , however , and will put lots more work into this branch . As for the offense , we have been doing plenty of shooting , but ther- is too much mining , to thi » part of the training will be empfaadjod
MM 5 _BSBBBSF _3 BS A Sporting Proposition By Dan Terrell [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
MM 5 _BSBBBSF _3 BS A Sporting Proposition By Dan Terrell Eric Friedheim , erstwhile football letter man and Eagle reporter , has left the campus to be a young man of Manhattan again . Therefore , the conducting of this column , which he originated , falls Into other hands . A different platter is being used from the one across which Mr . Friedheim s verbs and nouns were wont to sizzle , but the same piece of chewing gum will be used in moments of deep thought . Opinions and comments will still be unbiased and impartial , and words will be limited to not more than three or four syllables except in unusual situations . Here goes the first inning ! In a radio talk several years ago , Red Grange compared football to life , saying that one man carries the ball and gets all the credit , though he makes his yardage largely through the co-operation and hard work of the ten other men on the team . He might have added that those ten men learned how to arrange the stage for the hero s entranc...
A . U . Basketers Vanquish Elon College 29-26 Tied Score in Second Half of Game Provides Plenty of Excitement for Spectators [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
A . U . Basketers Vanquish Elon College 29-26 Tied Score in Second Half of Game Provides Plenty of Excitement for Spectators The game with Elon College on Saturday , February 1 , was a red-letter contest for the American U . five . George Olson , son of New York , a sophomore , and the acting captain , touched off the fireworks which featured the evening , while his teammate , Hoke Targee , tossed the basket in the final minute which firmly nailed the flag of victory on the Eagles masthead . The final score was 29-26 . After Elon had started off the game with a two-point lead , the Eagles jumped into the fray with a determined vigor which ran up ten points while the visitors were merely admiring the gym . This one-sided state did not continue for long , for after ten minutes the sons of the Southland began to show the form which defeated High Point , V . P . I ., Emory and Henry , and Bridgewater . By the end of tbe half , things were considerably tighter , the curtain going down wi...
Eagle Quintet Wins Tilt Over Loyola Cagers Neck and Neck Struggle Upsets Dope as Sells Stars in Victory [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Eagle Quintet Wins Tilt Over Loyola Cagers Neck and Neck Struggle Upsets Dope as Sells Stars in Victory The reorganized American University quintet scored an upset by defeating the pre-game favorite , Loyola College , of Baltimore , to the count of 21-18 , in the American University gymnasium on Saturday , January 18 . Loyola had previously beaten Catholic University , 46-20 , and Utz Twardowics , the flashy Evergreen forward , was waiting to reap another harvest of field goals , —only to be disappointed . The supposedly impenetrable zone defense of Loyola was pierced consistently by the Eagles . Oscar Sells , on the foul line , and Colison and Woods in the corners , were the recipients of passes from Captain Reds Olsen or Hoke Targee , the guards . Lanky Sells repeatedly pivoted and let the ball fall in « the net . The clever solution to the baffling Evergreen defense offset the long shots of the Baltimore boys . The A . U . quintet had their hands on the ball during the greater pa...
Athletic Awards Presented to Men [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Athletic Awards Presented to Men Captain Crist Speaks on Value of Spirit ; Dr . Holton Gives Recognition to Scrubs The presentation of athletic awards featured the student assembly which was held on Thursday , January 23 . After a few introductory remarks . Coach Walter H . Young presented certificates to the football letter-men , who had previously received sweaters with the A on them . Those awarded certificates were Milton Crist , captain ; Edward Parke , Russell Lambert , Donald Olmstead , Robert Baker , Eric Friedheim , Harold Markham , William Wallowitz , Alfred Johnson , Forrest Diehl , Leland Field , Jack LaFavre _, George Olsen , Orville Targee , and Yule Fisher , manager . Captain Milton Crist made a short speech in which he told various anecdotes in his four-year football career at A . U . He stressed the value of persistency in athletics , and made a plea for more support of athletic activities and for a more extensive participation of the men of the College in those act...
Juniors Lead in _Interclass Tourney [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Juniors Lead in _Interclass Tourney Remain Undefeated in Series ; Frosh , Nearest Rivals , Beaten An invincible junior team is now on top in the interclass basketball series _, having defeated both the seniors and freshmen in their two starts . In the first game of the championship series the flaming sophomore team was defeated by the frosh . 17-U , in a tilt which at times displayed stirring bits of action . The preliminary to the A . U .-Loyola scrap brought together the juniors and seniors . The defending champions , however , showed marked superiority over the latter five , and walloped them to the tune of 24-10 . Another decisive win was chalked up for the juniors when they downed the freshman quint , 30-14 , in the preliminary last Saturday night . There will be two rounds in the series , each team playing the other twice , and the victor will be presented with the Ellsworth Tompkins Cup . Sophomore * ( 11 ) Freshmen ( 17 ) _qfqpi a pa v Johnson , f .. t 0 4 | William * , ( 4 ...
Eagles Defeated by Duquesne [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Eagles Defeated by Duquesne Rally Ties Score , but Visiting Team Proves Too Strong The scrappy American U . quintet went down fighting before the superior Duquesne cagemen of Pittsburgh . 27-14 in the gymnasium on Wednesday , January IS . During the first half the Dukes bad everything to their own liking . The Eagles were unable to pierce the opposing zone defense , while Duquesne collected several goals from a snappy block-play . A goal and a free toss by Oscillating Oscar and a charity toss by Colison constituted the Eagles scoring during the first half . The half ended 13-4 in the Dukes favor . An inspired A . U . team began play in the second half . After an initial score * less period , the Eagles opened up with a sizzling rally . Basket by basket A . U . crept up , while the Dukes were held scoreless . The A . U . rooters were standing , and the Duquesne coach relieved his nerves by his second annual display of vocal power . Goals by Colison , Woods , and Targee tied the score...
Eagles Stand Fifth in District Scoring [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Eagles Stand Fifth in District Scoring George Olsen Leads Team in Scoring , With 44 Points The American University basketball team stands fifth in local circles according to the results figured after the games of Saturday , February 1 . The Eagles have lost four games and won four , which gives them a batting average of . 500 . According to figures for individuals made on the same basis of time , Red Olsen leads his team with 18 field goals and 8 fouls for a total of 44 points . He is followed by Woods and Sells , who have 34 and 32 points respectively . Following are the statistics : TEAM SCORING _i Team O W L FO P TP OT , Maryland I 6 2 1 » 4 t t »» » 1 » _Oeorse Washington 8 6 J 67 65 ltt 1 ST j _Qallaudet 11 8 8 ITT 85 4 S &lt; 154 _Georgetown It 1 I 1 ( T 188 4 TS at American I 4 4 69 47 18 * 178 Catholic Hilt ! 64 MB S 4 t INDIVIDUALS—AMERICAN U . Players O _PQ P TP Olaen . t . g 8 18 8 44 Woods , f 8 10 14 84 Bells , o . 1 12 8 11 Collaon . f . o . . . . 7 6 3 16 _Tar...
Deliberate Play Wins for Eagles Victories Brought by Calmness [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Deliberate Play Wins for Eagles Victories Brought by Calmness Under Fire , Declares Coach The thing that has won games for us this year is the fact that the team is able to keep cool and deliberate at all times . Coach Young explains the success of his reorganized team by _TUf _irjrtf , that statement . For example , he added , when our team came on the floor at the beginning of the second half of the Duquesne game , the score was 13-3 against them . Starting in with a rush , the boys ran up 10 points while Duquesne scored only one point on a foul ¦ _tet . ... It was one of the best examples of cool , deliberate playing that I have ever seen . The coach continued to discus * his little Davids , and aid that his program for the nest few weeks was more _iatmsive drill oa sheoUaf and defense After making this remark , he pinned ( Continued on page 4 , column 1 )
Students Hear Dr . Eckhardt [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Students Hear Dr . Eckhardt Max Schaul Elected Frosh President Hungarian Statesman Tells of Inadequacy of Versailles Peace Settlement On Wednesday , January 22 , the students at the College of Liberal Arts were addressed by Dr . Tibor Eckhardt , a distinguished Hungarian statesman . Dr . Eckhardt was a guest of the International Relations Club , and was here under the auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace , which organization provides a wellknown speaker for the local club each year . The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is the mother organization of all international relation clubs in the colleges of the country . Dr . Eckhardt spoke on the problems in the countries of central Europe . The problem in which these European countries are especially interested is that of the peace proposition . As yet , this matter has not been dealt with satisfactorily , for various reasons . In the first place , the peace problem is composed of numerous smaller and loca...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
EXCHANGE I The Carleton College symphony band departed recently on its annual winter tour . The band , which comprises 51 pieces , will travel more than 5 , 000 miles , give 60 concerts in 26 cities , and be away from school for one month . ( The Carletonian , Jan . 18 . ) Catholic University s junior prom is to be held on the evening of February 21 at the Wardman Park Hotel . It is known that the orchestra has already been selected by the committee in charge of entertainment , but this selection is being kept secret for the present , with resulting excitement on the part of the student body . ( The Tower , Jan . 22 . ) The annual freshman-sophomore dance at Gettysburg College is to be held on the evening of Friday , February 28 , in the Plank Memorial Gymnasium . The music is to be furnished by the fourteen-piece Casa Loma Orchestra under the direction of Mr . Henry Biagini . ( The Gettysburgian , Jan . 23 . ) Hdl Week was formally abolished from the initiation program of the frate...
Dr . L . A . Weigle Speaks in Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Dr . L . A . Weigle Speaks in Chapel Yale Divinity Head Urges Sincerity in Language Dr . L . A . Weigle , head of the YakDivinity School , spoke to the students of the College of Liberal Arts of American University in the chapel on Thursday , January 16 . Dr . Weigle , who was closely associated with Dean Woods when the two were students in Carleton College , is a well-known teacher and writer on social and religious subjects . Dr . Weigle took as a text for his message a verse from the Sermon on the Mount , Let your speech be yea , yea , and nay , nay , for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil . As a boy he had an intense dislike for this verse , but now he has come to regard it as one of the great texts of the Bible . Before judging this text , one must n-member the people to whom Jesus was talking . The Jews were very punctilious , and lived by the letter of the law . They would never swear by the name of God because it was too sacred for their lips . To swear by heaven w...
Anglican Club Discusses Prayer Book and Council [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Anglican Club Discusses Prayer Book and Council The Rev . W . W . Shearer , chaplain of the Anglican Club , led the first of a series of discussions on the new Book of Common Prayer at the meeting of the Anglican Club held on Monday , February 3 . This series will be continued at the regular meetings of the club held on the first and third Mondays in each month . They will include both the history and teachings of the English prayer book , which is the basis for the prayer books used in the Anglican Communion throughout the world . Catherine Wold and Leverett Stowell were chosen as delegates to the TriDiocesan Conference . J . Stevens Stock and Jane Rice are the alternates . An appropriation was voted for the expenses of this council , and provision was made for the entertainment of the delegates . Each Episcopal club in the dioceses of Easton , Maryland , and Washington will send two delegates and its chaplain to the conference . Catherine Wold has been appointed secretary by the A...
Four Promotions Given in Faculty By University [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Four Promotions Given in Faculty By University ( Continued finm \ y \« v 1 ) degree from there in l _ - &gt; 2 o . Dr . Holton has made important discoveries in the field of chemistry . He is a member of Sigma Zi , the national honor society in science . Dr . Golder received his first degree from Carleton College where he was a Phi Beta Kappa student . He later received his Ph . D . from Harvard . Dr Golder has had teaching experience at Lawrence , and at the University of Indiana . Upon the completion of his studies at Harvard he held an important research fellowship for study abroad . Dr . Ferguson received her Bachelor of Arts and her Doctor of Philosophy from Ohio State University . She had twelve years teaching experience in the schools of Ohio , and has served as instructor in the College of Education of Ohio State University . She is a member of Pi Lambda Theta , the women s national honorary educational fraternity , and also of Pi Mu Epsilon , the women s national ho...