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A . U . TREASURES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

A . U . TREASURES The home of Chancellor l _. ucuis C . Clark of American University , situated on the highest point in the District of Columbia , furnishes a rich and interesting field for the student and lover of antiques . The front exterior of the house including the roof balustrades , fence , and all the details of the entrance is an exact replica of the noted Macy home on Nantucket Island , built in 1784 . The interior preserves a similar note throughout . The doors of the house are copies of the old Christian doors , bearing the outline of the cross . The hardware , such as the shutter dogs , fasteners , and the H and L door hinges , is reproduced from colonial hardware . One of the most striking features of the house is the unique wallpaper , which is carefully copied from pre-Revolution wallpapers . SEVERAL HISTORIC LAMPS As Dr . Clark is particularly interested in lamps , he has an excellent collection oi these . In the parlor are two table lamps one of them the famous cat...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AMERICAN BEATS DEVITT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

AMERICAN BEATS DEVITT FEMININE SPORT DAMAGES CAMPUS _HncktN ]> r . _ictu ( lu _* _Imkiiii as everyone surely knows _wlwi li ; _is dianced to glance 1 through any of tin- windows of the various noble edifkics ( editorial terminology for Hurst Hall and the Residence Hall ) during gym periods the last few weeks . There are to be seen sundry nymph -Iike forms—a study in black and white—propelling a sweet little ball by means of classy curved sticks up and down our brand new grass plot . Some , more destructively inclined , would tear out by the roots several of the pretty , little blades of grass . Others , mistaking the white tennis shoe of an opponent for the ball they were so madly pursuing , would take one violent whack at the ankles of their luckless comrade . Whereupon the shrill whistle of the referee would bring order out of chaos—a moment s lull , and then the panting girls would be off toward the goal posts again . It s great sport , this hockey—just ask the girls w...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

HIKE AND BARBECUE . Autumn and the harvest moon _alwayi brings longings for hikes and outdooi feeds in the hearts of students , and thi American University residents offered ar invitation for the first barbecue oi the season on Friday night , October 15 th . As the moon climbed high , a group oi likeliest spot for a barbeque on our protwenty or more started out to find the verbial ninety acres . The likely place was found ( Dr . Woods insists that it Was at least one quarter of a mile off the campus ) and the fire was soon blazing high , while hot dogs sizzled and the woods echoed with gay laughter . Everyone lived up to A . U . standards of foodassimilation , and often fireside tales and ghost stories , college songs and yells rang through the keen air as the group hiked dorm-ward . Any virtue carried to the extreme becomes a vice . —English Department . The worry cow would have lived till now Had she only saved her breath , But she thought her hay would not last all day So she cho...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

( Continued from Page 1 , Col . 3 ) the librarian , the books are being classified under the system of the library of Congress classification and a complete card : atalogue is being compiled . The library is subscribing to seventy-two periodicals ¦ _}{ general , current , interest , and of scientific matter . These periodicals will cost ipproximately $ 250 . In addition to these , _ipproximately $ 17 , 500 is being spent in _purchasing new books for reference purjoses . As soon as the moving is completed irom Hurst Hall to the new building , the ibrary will be opened , Monday to Friday , I A . M . —5 P . M . and 7 P . ltV- « p . M . _3 n Saturday it wil be ogen flroj _^ £ to _JJ K . U . and 1 to 8 f { _Jf ,. J _^ _wflTbf <* _m m Sunday afternoon from S to f far « adng only . FACULTY CLUB ENTERTAINS . Most enjoyable was the company that fathered at the home of Mrs . J . E . McZulloch , Riverdale , last Saturday eveling , when the Women s Faculty Club en- : ertained for the...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

EAGLE WANTS \\ anUil - . ( . _ _opics of No . 2 of last year s _Kaiw . k to complete the tiles . Jokes : A good way to get one on a friend is to give it to the Eagle . Poems : Always in demand . Eagle s Eye : Good snappy contributions with sense are wanted , especially original ones . Subscriptions : Additional subscriptions will guarantee a better Eagle . Advertisements : More space is needed to finance the present program for the Eagle . Wanted : Students to patronize our advertisers and mention the Eagle ads to the advertisers . Wanted to know : When is the Gosling Court going to start something ? How much longer can we transgress unmolested?—The Freshmen . Wanted : A big debate schedule , and a large number of candidates for the team . Criticisms and suggestions , always wanted at the Eagle s Nest . Wanted : Furniture and equipment from the administration for the Eagle s Nest . Wanted : Anything and everything good for the Eagle s digestion .

Publication Title: American Eagle
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EAGLE STYLE _JJOOK Suggestions For Contributors To The Eagle [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

EAGLE STYLE _JJOOK Suggestions For Contributors To The Eagle The three main divisions oi newspaper material are : news , stories , features stories and editorials . News Stories . Definition : News is anything timely which interests a number of people , and the best news is that which interests the greatest number of people the most . It must be new , current and timely . Remember that most college news is old stuff which every student knows about before the paper comes out , and judge news values accordingly . The Eagle is primarily a paper for the students . The three essentials of style in news stories are : clearness , conciseness land originality . The beginning or lead paragraph should contain a summary of the most important items of the story and answer the questions : Who ? What ? When ? Where ? Why ? How ? Determined accurately the feature , that is , the most striking point of the news and play it up in the opening sentence , beginning with the first phrase or first word ,...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

A bit of subtle humor may well be used to dampen the atmosphere . Restrain overgrown emotional tendencies when writing editorials . Be impersonal . Always use the objective third person . Never use the first and second personal pronouns . If your idea is to preach , do not make your intentions too evident . Do not let your editorial sound like a junior Sunday School paper . Some Laws of the Medes and Persians . Refer to A . U . as a college or university , never as a school . Vulgar— Our school . Avoid h njh schoolish expressions . The Eage _ s authority for rules of capitalization , punctuation , and general grammatical construction will be A College Handbook of Writing by Woods . Study especially pp . : _i ( iH-: _i !) 0 , for diction . Be accurate . Ordinarily do not use the first and second persons ; write objectively . Reserve the comment for the editorials , and the literary inspirations for the feature stories . • Use a- typewriter whenever possible . Leave margin at top and ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

EAGLE SCREAMS \ hseiit Minded I _ _ioU-mii _\\ . tiler _, about halt an hour ago I ordered some lamb chops Have I forgotten them—or have I hail them ? WHERES MIKE ? _FACTIONS IN MEXICO ARE HOLDING PAT Headlines in paper . NOT WILD BEASTS . Isn t this beastly weather were having ? I don t understand ? Isn t it raining cats and dogsf —Noire Dome Juggler PRECIOUS CANINES . But is he intelligent ? Intelligent ! Say , lady , that dog s a W-O-N-D-E-R ! Im spellin it so s not to make him conceited , y unde stand . Prof : In your story I notice you make the owl hoot to whom instead of to whoo _ . Author : Yes , this is a Boston owl . —Bison We let the baby chew on Daddy s Phi Reta key to bring out his wisdom teeth . —California Pelican Zeke : How long has your son Josh been in college ? Hiram : About four cows , two horses , forty bales of hay , and a couple of loads of pumpkins . —Oklahoma Whirlwind I have a book you ought to read , my dear . Shall I lend it to you ? Heavens , no darling ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 29 October 1926

GRANDPA KINSMAN . Dr . Kinsman s daughter , Mrs . Alvin Loveland , Stoughton , Wis ., has announced the birth of twins , a boy and a girl _, nn October 26 .

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GIVES LECTURE ON ENG . INST . Browning Settlement Warden Gives Illustrated Lecture RELICS EXHIBITED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

GIVES LECTURE ON ENG . INST . Browning Settlement Warden Gives Illustrated Lecture RELICS EXHIBITED cates _Dcioofwg to _vmtrnmr- r An illustrated irrturc on the Robert Browning Settlement , a benevolent and religious institution of London , so named because of its close historic and spiritual relation to the eminent poet , was delivered in the chapel of the college on November 15 , by Dr . J . W . Graves , warden of the institution , who is touring America in the interests of the Settlement . The Browning settlement is located in the slums and most densely populated section of London . The headquarters are in Browning Hall , which was formerly the York Street Chapel , the church hs _> me of the Browning family for several generations . It was there Robert Browning worshiped during his youth and there he received bis early training . The Set1 lenient was instituted as a world memorial to the eminent poet . Dr . Graves had on display a collection of relics and manuscripts o...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
YEAR BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED Miss Mebring Editor And Rash Business Manager UPPER CLASSES EDIT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

YEAR BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED Miss Mebring Editor And Rash Business Manager UPPER CLASSES EDIT Dorothea Mehriug has been elected editor-in-chief and Howard Rash , business manager , of the prospective annual for this year . The other members of the staff will be appointed in the near future . Prospects for a college annual are looming on our scholastic horizon . At a recent faculty meeting it was decided that the juniors and seniors should take charge of the publishing of a college year book this year . These two classes have set to work with a will , and the first year book promises to be one of which American University can be proud . The two upper classes will necessarily have to give much of their time and labor to make the annual a success because of the lack of funds . The juniors and seniors are expecting cooperation and aid from the lower classes in the way of contributions of material , snaps of college life , and—most of all—subscriptions . No contracts for the work of the yea...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . TEAM WINS CLOSING GAME Defeats Bridgewater But Loses To Gallaudet And Maryland Frosh BASKETBALL TO BEGIN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

A . U . TEAM WINS CLOSING GAME Defeats Bridgewater But Loses To Gallaudet And Maryland Frosh BASKETBALL TO BEGIN A . U . victoriously closed her football season by deflating Hridgcwater College 7 to 0 at St . Alban s field , November 13 . But the Americans were less successful in the two preceeding games , losing to Gallaudet 20 to 7 and to the Maryland Freshmen 27 to 18 . Athletic interests are now turned to basketball and focused upon the bright prospects for a successful court squad . BRIDGEWATER BEATEN , 7-0 . American University won its final game of the season , 7-0 . against Bridpcwater at St . Alban s field on November _Ki , as a result of an 80-yard run by Elliott , left halfback . After the thrilling run by Elliott that came as a result of an intercepted pass about the middle of the second quarter _, the feature of the game was provided . It was when American , in the third period . held Bridgewater for downs on its own two-yard line , after Bridgewater had advanced the ba...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

A . U . HOCKEY TEAM SCORES ON G . W . New Squad Holds Its Own In Peppy Game Wednesday With 2-1 Score The girls hockey team of the American University , in their first intercolles iGeorge Washington to a score of ? to l . The American chibsters actually outplayed their opponents ; most of the game being played in G . W . _ s territory , but the hoodoo seemed to be in sympathy with the Hatcheteers who scored twice on sheer luck . Line-up : C . \ V . Position _, A . U . Kwing L . W Severance Crouch L , I Morris , I Craham , ill Center Clay ( c ) Vardin R . I Appel Alverine R . W _Widitrand Uekay h . H Macafee Iluhbs C . H .... Marti Kohl ) R . H Iralay Dubori L . F . Humphreyi Humphrey R . F Chadwick Siitz 0 . Fuquay Substitutions G . W .: Miller for Vardin , Erviti for Vardin . A . I .: Mehring for Imlay , lvverett for Mehring , Day for Puquay . The Freshman-Sophomore class game resulted in a Freshman victory with a : i-0 score . The climax of the hockey season was reached on Wednesda...

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TWENTY GAMES IN B . B . SCHEDULE Over Twenty-five Men To Report For Practice Next Week [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

TWENTY GAMES IN B . B . SCHEDULE Over Twenty-five Men To Report For Practice Next Week American Inivcrsity will begin bas-ket-ball practice next week in preparation for her first real year of collegiate bMket-ball . Some _jwsajfejjjve . qw «¦ & ¦ for the Ifeam met Sit Monday , _enthutJMin being high for a • uceessfu ) aeaaon . The schedule _itwrhides games wfrth the University of Maryland , New York University , George Washington University . Washington and Lee , Western Maryland College , and Gettysburg College . A schedule with such prominent teams is bound to bring A . U . athletic recognition . Newcomers to the school , of whom much is expected in basket-ball are Banta , Birthright , Kessler , Dare , Sehloss and Elliott . These men , with Sawyer , Christie , Hayward , Gerth , Bittinger and Reynolds , back from last years team , ought to insure American success in the coming season . The complete basket-ball schedule for American during the season of l !» 2 « -27 is :...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DR . BENTLEY GIVES N . E . A . WEEK TALKS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 November 1926

DR . BENTLEY GIVES N . E . A . WEEK TALKS lUimiMIIIIJIIIHIHNIinillUHIHIKSIIIIUIIIIIII The observance of National Education Week in the university consisted of a series of special chapel talks by Dr . John E . Bentley . instructor in education . Dr . Bentley took on the extra work of these services in spite of the fact that lu- has been ill for several weeks . He has consulted with a number of specialists I tit the nature of his illness has not yet been definitely determined . The subjects for the week were , Hitch Your Wagon to a Star , Student Conduct Concerning Mirth in Contrast to Loneliness . Armistice Day , and The Necessity of Solitary Meditation . The Armistice Day service was featured by the reading of a number of interns written of the world war . including The Spires of Oxford , by Winifred Letts ; Flanders Fields , by John Macrae , and I Have a Rendezvous with Death . by Alan Seeger . These poems sought to indicate the spirit of the great war , especially that of the dead...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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