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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 February 1930
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Men Debaters Win Decision Over Rutgers Win First in Series of Four Debates on Week ' s Trip to New York State [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Men Debaters Win Decision Over Rutgers Win First in Series of Four Debates on Week s Trip to New York State Progress Made by Student Council The men s team of the American University debating squad won the first debate of the trip which is now in progress _, in a contest with Rutgers University in New Brunswick , N . J ., on Tuesday night , March 4 . American University upheld the aflirmative of the question , Resolved , That the generation and transmission of hydro-electric power should be undertaken by the Government . The men on this trip are Mr . Flemming , debate coach , Bruch Aitchison , James Swan , and Arthur Murphy . On Wednesday night they debated against New York University , and tonight they meet Syracuse University . On Friday they will conclude their trip by debating in a return contest against Colgate University in Hamilton , N . Y . In all these debates American University is upholding the affirmative of the hydro-electric question . The men s debate squad took its f...
Methodist Church to Be Built in Wesley Heights Near Campus [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Methodist Church to Be Built in Wesley Heights Near Campus Metropolitan Memorial M . E . Church to Be Removed From Present Site Downtown The new Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Episcopal church , which is the National Church of Methodism , will be built near the American University campus . Following a long series of meetings and protracted consideration of the future of the church , a decision was reached Wednesday afternoon , February 26 , to make Wesley Heights the site of the new structure . The present site of the church is at John Marshall Place and C Street . The exact site of the new church building has not as yet been selected , Dr . Montgomery , pastor of the Metropolitan church said , but he verified the report that one of the locations under serious consideration is a triangle of ground bounded by New Mexico Avenue , Nebraska Avenue , and Newark Avenue . Should the new church rise on this site , it would face the College campus and front on what eventually will be the gr...
A . U . Dramat to Appear at Annapolis , Md . To Present Wilde ' s Play to St . John ' s College ; Date for Shakespeare Set [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
A . U . Dramat to Appear at Annapolis , Md . To Present Wilde s Play to St . John s College ; Date for Shakespeare Set The American University Dramatic Club will present Oscar Wilde s The Importance of Being Earnest , at St . John s College at Annapolis , Md ., on Friday , March 14 . The cast of the play will be the same as it was when presented at American University on December 13 as the Student Council play . It includes Carleton Ayers , Blake Espey , Rosalie Dimmette , Dorothy Darby , Delsie Appel , Virginia Humphries , John Houston , Carleton Skeggs , and Henry Backenstoss . This year s Shakespearean play , A Midsummer Night s Dream , will be given May 16 . The members of the Dramat which this year numbers around SO are enthusiastically competing for parts . Those not trying out are finding plenty to do , with the various details of production . Milton Crist is manager of the Dramatic Club this year . Those trying for the various parts are as follows : Theseus , Donald Olmstead...
Dr . W . M . Splawn Returns to Work at Graduate School [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Dr . W . M . Splawn Returns to Work at Graduate School Vocational Week to Begin March 17 Dr . Walter M . Splawn of the American University Graduate School , who has been undergoing treatments for eye trouble at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore , has returned to take up his duties as dean of the Graduate School . The Graduate School Board met on the evening of Thursday , March 20 . Nineteen students who were unable to commence graduate study last November were admitted to active candidacy for degrees by the board . Talks and Conferences to Aid Doubtful Students in Deciding Vocation A Vocational Week , sponsored by the Student Council , will begin on Monday , March 17 , with a chapel talk by Bishop Win . F . McDowell . Final arrangements for this event are now being worked out by a committee appointed by Raymond Spaeth , president of the Student Association . Those serving on this committee are : Janie _Scantlin , Dorothea Belz , Roberts Burr , and Robert Marcus . AH chapel per...
1930 Aucola Takes Form in Record Time [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
1930 Aucola Takes Form in Record Time Modernistic Motif Marks Mode of Artistic Achievement Editor Johnson , of the 1930 Aucola looks like one of the happiest men on the campus . The yearbook has taken very definite shape in the last week , and its creators are taking life far more easily as they wait for the proofs from the printers . Planning from the very first , the executive department has kept in mind the goal of an artistic yearbook ; to this aim the art department has given the best of co-operation . Harmony of design and ensemble treatment of effects have marked the creations in the mod ¬ ernistic motif . Pages of filler material have not been used to take up space , but each section has been carefully worked out , and is separate and complete in itself . There are not many examples of yearbooks which make use of modernistic design and treatment . The mode heretofore has been exclusive with smart society journals . The sophomore and _frethman classes have voted to study meth...
Alumni to Sponsor Dance on March 15 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Alumni to Sponsor Dance on March 15 Students From Both College and Graduate Schools Invited The first all-University dance in the history of the institution , sponsored by the Alumni Association of the University , will take place in the gymnasium on March 15 at 8 : 30 . The dance is being given for two purposes . First , it is hoped to develop a better acquaintance among the students of the two branches of the University . Second , it is being given for the purpose of raising funds for the Alumnite , which is the slip sheet put in The Eagle twice a semester . The S . S . Silver State Orchestra will furnish the music . Tickets , which are $ 1 . 50 per couple , may be obtained from Miss Bernice Moler in the registrar s office or from Miss Vera Stafford , chairman of the dance committee , at l ° 40 Biltmore Street ( Miss Stafford is also in charge of advertising the dance in the downtown school ) , and Roland Rice , president of the Alumni Association , at the College of Liberal Arts ...
Men ' s Glee Club Not to Disband [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Men s Glee Club Not to Disband Club Decides to Carry Out Planned Program ; Some New Members Added At a meeting of the American University Men s Glee Club held on the evening of Monday , March 24 , in the chapel , it was definitely decided that the club will not disband at the present time . The interest shown in Glee Club activities during the last semester was somewhat lax as compared to that of past years . In addition , the services of two of the members of the quartet were lost for outside concerts on account of ineligibility _* . However , these members of the quartet will be allowed to participate if the Glee Club limits itself strictly to campus concerts . This is what the club voted to do . At the _^ ame meeting of the club , two officers were elected to fill vacancies . Alton Keller was elected vice-president , and Robert Marcus , librarian . Several new applicants were also admitted to membership in the club .
I . R . C . Initiates Schaul and Marcus [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
I . R . C . Initiates Schaul and Marcus Dr . Cecil K . Jones to Speak at Next Meeting of Club Max Schaul and Robert Marcus were severely punished for their crimes on the evening of February 26 when the rulers of many foreign countries passed judgment on them . In other words , these gentlemen were initiated into the International Relations Club . Ordinarily the initiation has been held on the first floor of Hurst Hall , but certain notorious acts caused them to be condemned to lower regions . The next meeting of the club will be held on Wednesday , March 12 , in Hunt Hall . Dr . Cecil K . Jones , lecturer on Spanish-American Literature at George Washington University , will give a talk on Spanish American culture . Miss Estelle Wolfe gave a luncheon at the Wardman Park Hotel , followed by a theater party at Poll s , last Thursday , February 27 , in honor of Miss Helen Kahto of Cleveland , Ohio , who hu been the peat of Miu Justine Crasser .
Women ' s Glee Club Gives Concert [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Women s Glee Club Gives Concert Two Concerts During March and Social Events Listed On February 25 , the Girls Quartet of American University sang two numbers at a meeting of the Women s Guild . On the evening of the same day the Girls Glee Club sang three numbers at a meeting of the City Club . The feature plans of the club as outlined by Dr . Dudley , the director , include a concert on March 25 at the Mount Vernon Place Methodist church , and one on March 28 at the Calvary Methodist church . A special program it planned for the next social meeting , which is to be at the home of Mrs . E . H . Horton , on Much 9 . The annual banquet of the dub it planned for April 4 .
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY State College , Pa . ( One of the Nations Seats oj Learning ) Snug in the Nittany Valley rests the State College of Pennsylvania , and snug in classrooms rest the students of the State College of Pennsylvania . State would probably never have been heard of at American University if it did not have a summer session . Summer session furnishes an awfully good excuse to give to parents who are somewhat untractable when it comes to the matter of summer vacations . . An express desire to go to summer school to study might sway the hard heart of the hardest-hearted parents . In fact , the more hard-hearted the parent , the more he relishes the idea of his son or daughter going to summer school to get more work done . But we wont talk about that . Now , dear reader , don t get the impression that people don t study at State . They do study . In fact , they have a statue of a student who studied at summer session , — right on the campus . The first impression one ...
Plan for international Student Work Given Prize [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Plan for international Student Work Given Prize The American University Hymn By Samuel J . MacWatters Above Columbias lofty dome High walls of marble stand . Resplendently they proudly shine , A tower of Freedom s land . This gift of love from lowly men , Whose deeds in song we laud , Hath builded here a beacon light To point the way to God . Light of the world , Incarnate One , Let this , Thy temple , be Where love and truth go hand in hand In sovereign majesty . Here ardent souls shall seek and find The key to hidden thought ; And men shall sit at Wisdoms feet To learn what God hath wrought . Come , Holy Spirit , lead us on , The Pearl of Price to find ; And send us forth to live and learn The secrets of Gods mind . Increase our faith when doubt assails , Dispel all gloom and fear , That truth may rise triumphantly And crown our efforts here . Lord God of Hosts , whose boundless love Encircles all with light , Vouchsafe to come to reign with us , And rule in power and might . Endo...
Agile Faculty Show SMI at Volley Ball [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Agile Faculty Show SMI at Volley Ball The long , nebulous fingers of the dark draw around our little A . U . gym . Outside , all is deep , evening hush—now and then broken by piercing shafts of light and the screech of hastily applied brakes . The night is deserted by its usual loiterers—all attention is concentrated on something inside the gym ! In the darkening night , the high , lighted windows are brilliant facets of a sparkling gem ! The only ordinary touch to the wh 61 e scene is the entrance into the heart of the jewel—through vigilantly guarded doors of the gym . Once inside—back into the realms of fancy—what precious stone could hold more precious a sight than that of the A . U . faculty being human ? They are playing volley ball with a group of students ! ( Wallowitz , Williams , Olmstead , Manherz , Fellows , and Crist . ) Dean Woods stalks back to serving position , but there , to the extreme delight of his little schoolboys and girls , he loses for a moment his stiff ha...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Campus Comments In spite of almost weekly variations necessitated by the importunities of outside speakers , we believe that the new chapel program is proving to be the most successful experiment yet instituted by the Chapel Committee . There is a very real benefit to both students and faculty members in having a brief pause in the routine of each morning s classes . Chapel gives an opportunity for a few minutes of physical , and mental relaxation , and provides for spiritual exercise . From time to time students ( and faculty members , too ) besiege the editor of The Eagle with complaints about anything from affairs of general campus interest to personal grudges . All of them want space in the editorial columns ; and they want The Eagle to make their troubles a part of its official policy . This is , of course , an impossible request . We wish to remind those who have items of general campus interest , however , that a short statement of their cause is always welcome . The Eaole wi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
THE THEATRES This Week Next Week COLUMBIA Greta Garbo in William Haines in Anna Christie The Girl Said No FOX ; Happy Days ( To be announced ) _¦ . _- _*** • ¦ f -Jf _?^ - _*?** METROPOLITAN _^^ Richard _Barthelmes in William Powell in i _^ _pl | iSons of the Oeds Streets of Chance _««» X- - LOEWS PALACE Wtf _* Dangerous Paradise Marion Da vies in 4 _wT Ken Whltmore on , stage Not 8 o Dumb _dEBl . ( Louise Fasenda Oft fMBl ; __ _, _^ _ KEITHS _i _^ _lflllEfp _!^ ¦ _Caas of Set _O * d « ! - ( To be m &gt; 0 m _^^^^^
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price • $ 2 JO a Yea Entered aa _aacond-dasa mattar . October S . 1921 , at the post office , at _Washington . D . C under Act of March 3 . 1879 . EDITORIAL STAFF 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 Roger W . Craven , 31 REPORTERS Helen Goodman , 30 Claire Altland _, 31 Ethelwyn Hine , 31 John M . Houston , 31 Jane Lytle , 31 Audrey Belt , 32 Brooke Bright , 32 W . Yule Fisher , 32 Mercedes Jordan , 32 Jane Rice , 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 Elizabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 Pauline Frederick 30 r Kay G . Heath 31 G . Leverett Stowell 31 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manag...
FRATERNITY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
FRATERNITY NEWS Phi Beta Zeta At the regular meeting of Phi Beta Zeta which was held on Wednesday , February 1 Q , talks were given on the subject of building up the fraternity , by Coach Young , Dr . Marsh , and Cecil J . Wilkinson , Mr . Wilkinson is executive secretary of the national fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Beta Zeta met at the home of Edwin Ross , 3213 13 th St ., N . E _., on Wednesday , March 5 . The regular meeting was followed by a social period . Jesters Club Dr . H . M . Dudley gave a talk on his experiences in the World War , at a meeting of the Jesters Club held on Thursday , February 20 , at the home of Leon Shloss . 3010 15 th St .. N . W . Swagger Club A Swagger informal dance was held in the Wesley Heights club house Friday night , February 28 , to the strains of MicLaine s Orchestra . The room was decorated under the direction of Margaret Woodward with the club colors , yellow and black . Punch and cake were served for refreshments . During the intermis...
Campus Marked as Site of War-Time Activity [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
Campus Marked as Site of War-Time Activity In the front of Hurst Hall of American University College of Liberal Arts there is a marker , a shaft of granite with a bronze tablet which reads : The Site of Camp American University and Camp Leach 1017 1918 Erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution of the District of Columbia 1925 At the convocation in June , 1925 , this marker was presented _tojhe American University by the Daughters of the American Revolution of the District of Columbia to mark the site of Camp American University and Camp Leach . Camp American University , one of the few privately donated camp sites used during the World War , was presented to the government by the American University . As a camp for engineers it served as quarters for more than 100 , 000 men during the war . The American University Courier of July , 1917 , described the campus as truly an army camp , covered with khaki tents and alive with soldiers .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930
BP _^&gt; g = &gt; t = ir = lP = lF = _lf = lP _^ _lP _^} P = _lF _= _ir = _iB j A Sporting Proposition j [ By Dan Terrell [ Basketball is over , and the Eagles certainly must be credited with a successful season . They won nine of their games , and lost seven , and the records show that some of the opponents with the best reputations were among those defeated . Salem College , for two years the state champ of West Virginia , and Baltimore University , which defeated every other major Washington college except Georgetown , are only two names on the list which includes Loyola , Elon . George Washington , Gallaudet , and others . No one would have predicted such a record when the shake-up in early January changed practically the entire personnel of the varsity . It just goes to show what a determined coach and a squad that doesn t quit are able to do . The co-operation between team and coach was never better , and prospects for the future are surely bright . Coach Walt...