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Marcus Receives Honor ag Yearbook Editor [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Marcus Receives Honor ag Yearbook Editor Robert Marcus , a member of The Eagle staff , recently received word that The Echoes , the senior class yearbook of the New Trier High School of Winnetka , IU ., of which he was editor-in-chief , was given a first-class honor rating by the National Scholastic Press Association . This association has its headquarters at the University of Minnesota , and grades college and high school publications of the whole country . Mr . Marcus was editor-in-chief of his high school paper as well as the yearbook in his senior year .
Women Debaters Meet Team From Ohio Wesleyan [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
Women Debaters Meet Team From Ohio Wesleyan ( Continued from page I ) American University . Dean Woods will be the chairman . Great interest has been aroused over these two debates , not only because they initiate debate relations between the two institutions , but also because of the fact that both of the A . U . coaches , Mr . Flemming , and Mrs . French , received their training as de-
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 February 1930
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Dr . Wm . E . Smyser Addresses Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
Dr . Wm . E . Smyser Addresses Chapel Many Inquiries at Office Forecast College Progress Classes Debate Purchase Of Miniature College Ring ! We were pleased to note in a recent edition of The American Eagle that the College of Liberal Arts of the AmericairtJniversitjr has received the rating of class A by a recognized committee at the University of Illinois . In the rating of an institution , there are twelve general headings used as criteria for judging , such as , requirements for graduation , proportion of teachers for students , training of the faculty , enrollment , equipment for laboratories _, libraries and other educational buildings . Till now , Catholic University has been the only class A institution in the District . Therefore , welcome American University and congratulations!—From the Catholic University Tower . There is a forward look in the office of the College of Liberal Arts which _suggests a continuance of progress and increase in enrollment for next year . Accord...
Miss M . L . Brown Attends National Deans' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
Miss M . L . Brown Attends National Deans Meeting History Reading Seminar Formed Le Cerde Francais Enjoys French Play and Program Dean Mary Louise Brown of the American University is attending the annual meeting of the National Association of Deans of Women at Atlantic City from February 18 to 22 . The meetings are being held at the Chalfont Haddan Hotel . As chairman of the Press and Publications Committee , Dean Brown holds one of the most important positions in the organization . Students to Hold Informal Discussions on Recent Books in History At a meeting of students held on Monday , February 10 , called by Dr . Dudley , a reading seminar in history was formed , for the purpose of meeting a few times a month to bear reports and to have discussion on various recent books in the field of history . The meetin gs are to be entirely informal and voluntary , and the group is not organized . Meetings will be held in Hurst Hall on six Sundays during the semester , from 3 : 30 to 5 : 00 ...
Thirty-Two Students Make Class Honors Elizabeth Hill , Yule Fisher , and Winston Manning Make Perfect Grade Records [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
Thirty-Two Students Make Class Honors Elizabeth Hill , Yule Fisher , and Winston Manning Make Perfect Grade Records W . S . G . A . Pass Amendment Changing Dorm Privileges Dr . W . M . Gewehr Completes Book Thirty-two students made c ass honors last semester , comprising the largest honor roll A . U . has ever boasted , and raising the standards within the honor group higher than ever before . In order to gain this distinction , nine seniors made a grade index of at least 4 : 45 , four juniors made 4 : 32 , ten sophomores reached 4 : 20 , and nine freshmen attained a percentage of 4 : 10 . Three students made perfect records of all A s : Elizabeth Hill , Winston Manning , and Yule Fisher . The following is the Honor Roll for last semester : Freshman Class Francis Cramer , Charles Denny . Anne King , Robert Marcus , Sara Motley , Max Schaul , Virginia Sherier , Genevieve Spence , Frederick Walter Stewart . Sophomore Class Audrey Belt , Doris Evans , Keeler Faus , W . Yule Fisher , Gw...
A . U . Debate Squad Wins Three Contests in Last Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
A . U . Debate Squad Wins Three Contests in Last Two Weeks Students to Attend Riding Exhibition Swartbmore Squad Loses to Eagle Debate Team by 3-0 Score The American University debate squad won the third debate within the last two weeks in defeating the women s team of Swarthmore College , on Saturday night . February IS , in Hurst Hall . On February 11 , the men s team defeated the team representing Ohio Wesleyan college , and on February 9 , the girls team defeated the Ohio Wesleyan girls . All these debates were on the question , Resolved , That the policy cf providing a college of liberal arts education for all high school graduates who seek it , is sound . Swarthmore College was represented by Misses Amelita Emhardt , Helen West , and Mary E . Betts . The members of the American University women s team were Misses Jane Lytle . Ethelwyn Hine , and Pauline Frederick . Bruce Aitchison , James Swan , and Arthur Murphy upheld American University in the men s debate . The women furth...
Point System Now Near Completion [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
Point System Now Near Completion J . Swan and 0 . Fellows Are New Members of Student Council The point system for award in extracurricular activities is in its final stages of development , and will be discussed for the last time as the Student Council meets today . For the past few weeks the proposed system has been applied to all seniors and juniors who have been outstanding in the campu s activities . Milton Crist has been in charge of this work , and will make a complete report at today s gathering . Other work whfch the Council has recently undertaken includes a drive for a more orderly bulletin board in the basement of Hurst Hall , a request for a covered _waiting station at the but stop , and an appointment of a commit : tee to have the cctlege song orchestrated . Charles Squire , freshman representative to the Council , was appointed to look after the bulletin bo « rd , while John Houston was selected as chairman of the song committee . Two new _merabert were recently added ...
Eagles Tear up Cardinals in Second Clash Catholic U . Boys Fail to End Losing Streak as Orange and Blue Show Grit [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
Eagles Tear up Cardinals in Second Clash Catholic U . Boys Fail to End Losing Streak as Orange and Blue Show Grit One of _^ the most rough-and-tumble games of the year was won by the Eagles on February 10 , when they repeated an early season victory over Catholic University , this time on the home court . The score was 21-15 . The Cardinals entered the contest determined to break up a losing steak which bad extended to nine games . They played with a desperate eagerness _, but their attack withered before the quiet , steady fire of the Eagles , who were just as determined to chalk up another win . Twenty-one foul shots were attempted during the evening by the two teams . An unfortunate happening was the banishment of Captain Olsen of A . U . and Joe Walsh of Catholic , who were mixed up in a battle of words which involved several players . The game got off to a slow start , with ( Continued on _psge 3 , column 5 )
body and the chaplain of the day to co -cerate to _mekfaftaeBi'st three _chapeii of tit w ** of real « _Mttnl etpifeiace . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
body and the chaplain of the day to cocerate to _mekfaftaeBist three _chapeii of tit w ** of real « _Mttnl etpifeiace . Chapel or Assembly ? It is a time-honored custom of all students in this College never to absent themselves more than ten times a remester from the daily chapel service . The chapel committee , composed of both students and faculty members , has striven valiantly to provide interesting and worth-while programs for the daily devotional assembly . This has not been an easy task , nor has the committee always been entirely successful . Chapel speakers have sometimes lost sight of the devotional function of the chapel service in their efforts to be interesting and entertaining . Students , rightly or not , have sometimes lost the spirit of worship in the feeling of compulsion which arbitrarily demands fairly regular attendance in the daily chapel . With the opening of the new semester . the chapel committee instituted a new program designed to distinguish sharply betwe...
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_~~~~~ HJ Reporters Contest FRATERNITY NEWS ) , „ p rize Ar ( kiu Chi _Psi Omega News Dr . Charles Emile Morganston today presented to Chi Psi Omega fraternity , John Marshall chapter , a copy of his recent book entitled , The Appointing and Removal Power of the President of the United States . The book was published as a Senate document during the year 1020 , and is the first printed treatise on this subject . The volume fills a long-felt want in governmental circles . All Senators and Congressmen have been supplied with copies , and in addition , every officer of the Government from the President down . The book has also been sent to over 600 libraries over the country . Dr . Morganston conducted the greater part of his research several years ago and successfully defended his original work on this subject in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the American University . Mr . Hartley H . Williamson , one of the younger members of Chi Ps...
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Wesley Heights , U . S . A . The Brauty Spot of Washington . Just north of the historic Potomac , and northwest of old , old Georgetown , is the Valley of Wesley Heights . Effectively hidden by a screen of trees , and secluded by an uncertain bus schedule , Wesley Heights is not visible to the casual passer-by . Wesley heights owes its discovery to those two eminent explorers , Messrs . W . C . and A . N . Miller , whom we may rank with John Cabot , DeSoto , and Chrysler 72 . The Miller boys , as they are affectionately railed by the mortgagees , uncovered Wesley Heights for mankind and the A . U . faculty . It seems that these two gentlemen heard the story of the dollar that George Washington threw , across the Potomac long , long years ago . Figuring that this dollar must by this time have accumulated to huge proportions , what with interest and fees for refinancing , they set out to search for it . In their search they stumbled upon ( or into ) the Val...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
THE THEATRES This Week Next Week COLUMBIA Greta Garbo in Same Anna Christie EARL E . E . Horton in Ruthe Chatterton in The Aviator The _Laughing Lady FOX George OBrien All Star Cast in in Zane Grey s Happy Days Lone Star Ranger A romantic musical extravagansa METROPOLITAN Richard Barthlemess in William Powell in Son of the Gods Street of Chance PALACE Conrad Nagel in Nancy Carrol in Ship From Shanghai Dangerous Paradise Stage—Leon Navara in Stage—Ken Whitmen in Oypey Dreams Land of Syncopation R 1 ALTO Mary Nolan In Glynn Tryon in Undertow Dames Ahoy ( subject to change ) KEITHS Helen _Twelvetrees la To be _announced »» The Grand Panes A Minstrel Show
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
FP _&gt; — _&lt; _K—^&gt;—&lt; F _^ i—fF _^ _f _^^ _fr—&lt;&gt;—ty—41—if —&lt; R 3 _rj A Sporting Proposition ( T By Dan Terrell jT With an even break in the games played up to the time of this writing , the Eagles swing into the final quarter of their schedule this week . Each of the remaining games should provide plenty of fast action , and the contest with Baltimore U . promises to make a thrilling climax . Comparative scores seem to show that the latter team and the Eagles are well matched , and a close struggle is predicted . ? * ? Outside of notices on the bulletin board regarding Orange and Blue teams ( which are probably really black and blue ) little has been seen of girls sports this year . Last year the girls played some rather thrilling hockey and basketball games with outside teams , and these have been missed this season . Woman s place seems to be in the home gym . ? * * The big event of the indoor sports season ...