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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 March 1930

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Sandburg Gives Varied Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Sandburg Gives Varied Program Lack of Poetry Noticeable In Sandburg s Program Given Before A . U . Audience Carl Sandburg s entertainment at American University on Saturday evening , March 8 , was received by a large audience . Washingtonians crowded the gymnasium auditorium long before either Mr . Sandburg or the students appeared , which resulted in most of the students and faculty hearing their entertainment from the hard bleachers pushed back against the walls . The famous poet s program was varied , far too varied , for the audience which came primarily to hear selections of the author s poetry . The first part of Mr . Sandburg s program was devoted to a short lecture on the definition of poetry . Following this information , he read two of his poems Wilderness and A Christmas Poem . Wilderness km the better received of the two poems . The second part of the program was composed of selections from his book , Abraham Lincoln . The selections were a series of vignettes in the gre...

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Chapel Programs Include Many Noted Speakers Vocational Week Program Is Well Received by A . U . Student Body [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Chapel Programs Include Many Noted Speakers Vocational Week Program Is Well Received by A . U . Student Body Congratulations , G . W College Average First Semester Above C Seniors Lead Studeaf Body in Highest Class Average With a 3 . 7 Grade Index During the past four days , the faculty and student body of the American University College of Liberal Arts have had the opportunity of listening to several outstanding speakers on leading vocations . In addition to four chapel talks , the students have , in large numbers , attended the various informal conferences which are perhaps the outstanding feature of the program . The vocational week program was opened during the chapel period last ( Continued on page 4 , column 2 ) The George Washington Glee Club is to be congratulated on winning the National Intercollegiate Glee Club contest in New York , Saturday night , March 8 . The club presented a short program over the Columbia broadcasting 6 ystem the following evening under the auspices ...

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Eagles to Be Bound in Volume Form for Library [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Eagles to Be Bound in Volume Form for Library McAdam Gives Recital of German Songs Bishop McDowell Gives Address Since the records of the College are to be preserved in the library , The Eagle , as the mirror of campus life , is to be bound and placed on permanent file in the library . To date a complete file , with the exception of one edition , has been collected , and the binding is being deferred in the hopes of obtaining from some subscriber that number . A Part of Recital Given in Women s Residence Hal ) to Be Repeated Mr . Edward L . McAdam gave a recital of German songs in the parlor of the women s residence hall on Saturday afternoon , March IS , at 4 o clock . He was accompanied by George Sizbey at the piano . About 25 students and members of the faculty were present . PROGRAM Auf dem Meere , by Frans ; Heidenroeslein , Wandrers NachtUed , and Det Erlkoenig , by Schubert ; Ich Grolle Nicht , by Schumann ; 0 du mein bolder AbencUtera ( Tannbaeuser ) _, and Traeume , by Wagn...

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Debate Teams Victorious in Two Contests Men ' s Team Defeats Rutgers U . While Women ' s Team Wins in Debate With West Virginia [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Debate Teams Victorious in Two Contests Men s Team Defeats Rutgers U . While Women s Team Wins in Debate With West Virginia Both the men s and women s debate teams were victorious in their forensic contests during the past week . The men s team defeated the debating representatives of Rutgers Uni versity , of New Brunswick , New Jersey , in a contest held Wednesday night March 12 , at Hurst Hall , by a 3-0 decision . Max Tucker and Donald Olmstead of American University successfully defended the negative viewpoint of the question : Resolved , That the generation and transmission of hydroelectric power should be undertaken by the Government , which was proposed by William F . _VanTasseii and Sam Zuman of Rutgers University . Dr . Charles F . Marsh of the Econom ¬ ics Department was the presiding officer of the debate . The women s team emerged victorious in a debate with the University of West Virginia women also held at Hurst Hall , Friday night , March 14 . The question was : Resol...

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Chancellor L . C . Clark Attends Conference [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Chancellor L . C . Clark Attends Conference Alumni Present All-American Dance Chancellor Lucius C . Clark represented American University at a conference held by over 300 of the smaller universities and colleges of the United States at the Stevens Hotel , Chicago , 111 ., on March 18 . The conference was for the purpose of putting the claims of the smaller institutions for larger endowments before the public , and to point out that it is only the larger institutions that are now receiving ( he worth-while gifts . Function Brings College and Graduate Students Together The Alumni Association of the American University , under the paternal guidance of Mr . Roland Rice , presented to an eager public the first alumni dance which they termed AllAmerican . The dance brought together for the first time in a social function , the students of both the college and the downtown schools . Another element of originality not used before at A . U . was shown in the presence of booths maintained by ...

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Women ' s Glee Club to Hold Banquet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Women s Glee Club to Hold Banquet Climax to Successful Season to Be Held on April 4 at a Downtuwn Hotel As a climax to their successful season of activities , the members of the Womens Glee Club will hold a banquet oft the evening of Friday , April 14 , at a downtown hotel . A diversified program of entertainment wffl feature the occasion . The program widen has been announced includes a criticism of choral music by Miss Helen Fetter , musical critic fot the _Ev t * i * t _Stot ; a speech on the Development of Fine Arts at American University , by Professor Will Hutchins ; and leadings by Mrs . H . M . French . The musical portion of the entertainment will consist of piano , violin , and soprano solos . Mr . and Mrs . Louis Potter , who were given a great ovation in the A . U . chapel a few months ago , will offer selected groups of songs similar to those which were so well received by the student body . Miss Helen Belt will entertain with violin selections . Miss Helen _Tucksr , pr...

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W . S . G . A . Gives Last Dinner Dance of Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

W . S . G . A . Gives Last Dinner Dance of Year Plans Being Made for Annual Cherry Blossom Dance The last dinner-dance of the year which was given by the Women s Student Government Association was in the form of an informal St . Patrick * dinner on Friday , March 14 \ foe cocky potato men were amusing and appropriate table decorations . Dancing was enjoyed between courses to the music of Bruce Aitchison s orchestra . Plans are now being completed for the annual Cherry Blossom Dance to be given April 11 at 8 : 30 o clock » the gymnasium under the auspices of the Women s Student Government Associa tion . According to Betty Jacoby , chair man of U » social committee , tbs daac i is to be formal but not a _pregnrn af • fair .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Student President As the time for the election of next year s student president approaches , we are thinking of the qualities a good president should have . If the excellent work of furthering student interests which this year s Student Council has instituted is to be continued next year , it- is necessary that the student body elect a president who will lead in student activities . Among the qualifications which should be considered carefully , we should include the following : He should board on the campus in order that be may be most intimately conversant with campus problems . He should be interested in several phases of student life , such as fraternities and clubs , Journalism , athletics , dramatics , and debating . He should have held some class or council office . He should be a person of tact and diplomacy . He should be daring in promoting the best interests of both the student body and the ( allege . It is the job of the student president to act as representative of the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY East Greenwich , Rhode Island ( Thr County seat of County Kent , Hurray !) In the year 1910 the population of East Greenwich was 3 , 420 . But when our little Duckie Swan was born , the population rose to 3 _. 42 _OJ _4 . In quick succession our freshmen , Crandon and York , brought the population up to 3 , 421 . All has been quiet on the Narraganset for the past few years , so the population is just about 3 , 425 now , ( For further details , write to the U . S . Department of Agriculture . ) East Greenwich has a peculiar reputation for soup-spillers and dish-break-ers . Not since the glorious days of Roland Parrish has such a formidable wrecking crew been furnished our American University dining-room . What seemed unsurpassable records , set by the great Butter-Finger Roland himself , vanish in thin air when this line-up gets on the job : Powerful Pahooskie Swan , Puffed Rice Johnson , Mighty Allan Durgin , and Ruffling Rudy Swanson . If Powerful Pahoos...

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FRATERNITY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

FRATERNITY NEWS Phi Delta Gamma At a regular monthly business meeting of the Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Gamma , national women s graduate sorority , located at the American University Graduate School , held recently , several book reviews were given by members of the sorority . Refreshments were also served . The sorority showed its interest in American University activities by taking a booth at the A . U . Alumni Dance held in the gymnasium last Saturday evening . Phi Beta Z « ta A social meeting of the Phi Beta Zeta fraternity was held at the home of Edwin Ross , 3213 17 th Street , March 5 , 1930 . During the meeting it was decided to canvass the other fraternities as to the possibility of having spring initiation instead of the present rule . Alpha Theta Phi fraternity held a meeting , March 16 , at the home of Warren Colison , 1762 Kilboume Street , N . W . During the meeting , plans for an outing were made and a discussion of policies was held . Phi Beta Zeta fraternity held a...

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Miss Brown ' s Social Service Work Recalled Magazine Article Relates Dean ' s Experiences in Care of Children [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Miss Brown s Social Service Work Recalled Magazine Article Relates Dean s Experiences in Care of Children An article in Bttnta s Greek Exchange entitled , Underprivileged Children Like the Alpha Gamma Delta Camp , relates an interesting experience of our dean of women . Ten years ago , the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority founded a camp for unfortunate children under the efficient directorship of Miss Mary Louise Brown . The aim o f this camp , the article informs us , is twofold : to give the children themselves a few weeks in a wholesome camp environment , and to bring together both the alumnae and the undergraduate members of Alpha Gamma Delta , in their care of the children . The article gives us a good idea of Miss Brown s task as first director of this camp . Fifty-two children were cared for the first summer , and ten workers from seven chapters gave their time . These children are all cared for by sorority members who voluntarily give part of their time for this work . The writer ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by tkt Students of the College of Liberal Arti of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price • $ 2 . 50 « Few _Bntarad »« _ncond-elaw matter . Ootob » r I lift . » t th * poll one * . » t _Washington , t > , C . _sndar Act of March » . _1 « 7 » . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief George L . Sixbey , 30 Associate Editors Raymond Spaeth , 30 Mary Scull , 30 ¦ U ¦ Assistant Editors * _*¦* Roger W . Craven , 31 S . Carlton Ayers , 31 Issue Editor S . Carlton Ayers , 31 REPORTERS Helen Goodman , 30 Claire Altland , 31 Ethelwyn Hine , 31 John M . Houston , 31 . Jaee Lytle , 31 Audrey Belt , 32 Brooke Bright , 32 W . Yule Fisher , 32 Mercedes Jordan , 32 Jane Rice , 32 _, Gwendolyn _Folsom , 32 Daniel TerreU , 32 wie&trice Adam , 33 Betty Brundage , 33 Dorothy Hamilton , 33 , v Anne King , 33 _i Robert Marcus , 33 Sarah Motley , 33 _Elizabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 Pauline Frederick 30 Kay G . H...

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THE THEATRES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

THE THEATRES This Week Next Week FOX Men Without Women Let s Go Places _^ KEITHS . « _L .. •¦ ¦»; ,-- ik . - . . Cohen and Kelley in ( To be announced ) _,-,. n _^ , _j , „ . _, > 8 eoUwMl _ . ¦ /> _? mm « * _- ¦ METROPOLITAN __ •• _tt- *» f § _l& i _»* _< • Nancy Carroll in ( To be announced ) ; _«*« Mjg _^ _4 * jhv EARLE _¦ - • * sS < _prt * N < ¦ • . • . v *{ _ita «* _fc . ¦ ¦ gjjjE _jgjj _«• .. _«< i * _kw * i Helen Kane in person on the stags ( To be announced ) Ifl _^ f _* A Lady to Lav * ( To be announced ) _% _* _$ » >« # Columbia i : 7- : r _TfaeOrittJf * The Segue Iwi

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Alumni Requested to Answer Notices [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Alumni Requested to Answer Notices The editors of The American Alummite request that all alumni members « ko have not already done so , should kindly send in replies to the notices recently mailed them . It is important tint all replies be in this week , as material must be arranged for the next _Akmttte which will appear April 3 . College of liberal Arts news should be _MBt ta Roland E . Parrish , 3444 Ruther Ave ., Cinclnnsti , Ohio ; Graduate School Md Sdttol of Political Sciences news pawl * be sent to Catherine Edwards , _fttt Lawrence St . N . E ., Washington , DC

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Eagle Makes Prediction for Future ; Editor of 1960 Paper , Notice [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Eagle Makes Prediction for Future ; Editor of 1960 Paper , Notice In 1900 it was the Courier that was the enlightened news beater to the benighted enthusiasts of the American University . -In 1930 it is The Eagle . What , may we ask , will I 960 bring forth ? We trust time will deal gently with our emblematic bird , and that his screams will be heard for many a year before he is stuffed as a museum specimen . The Eagle had the good fortune to find the prediction for 1930 in the Courier , and it is amusing , to say the least , to see what was planned for us . May we make a prediction for 1960 that will probably prove equally entertaining for those blase students of the future ? Editor of college paper , 1960 , please copy ! Our campus , in a few words , now contains five buildings with a sixth , Hamilton House , to be started next month . These first two units we hope by 1960 will be enlarged to a full-sized quadrangle wherein geniuses of a still further future may reside . By 1960 l...

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r jj A Sporting Proposition [ T | By Dan Terrell J [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

r jj A Sporting Proposition [ T | By Dan Terrell J The main item of extra-curricular in * terest during the month of April will be the spring elections . Campus politics provide a hearty thrill for the candidates and an entertaining diversion foi the great mass of voters . By this time the various aspirants to the presidential chair are beginning to think seriously of platforms , slogans , and kissing babies . One plank in the platform of any candidate worthy of consideration should concern itself with backing Coach Young s program of intra-mural sports . The support of the Student Council in helping with such a program is valuable , and it will be interesting to see just what promises are made . The council can also do a great deal in arousing student interest and support for regular varsity games , an important factor in the success of any sports campaign . * * * The appearance on the lawn ( between the keep-off-the-grass signs ) of some thirty men clad in football uniforms has ar...

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Girls' Basketball Semi-Finals Close [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Girls Basketball Semi-Finals Close Girls Swimming Meet toBeHeldatY _. W . C . A Men s Athletic Banquet Will Be Open Function Senior and Junior Teams Are Victorious in Hard-Fought Games of Season Victories for the seniors and juniors were the results of the semi-finals for the girls basketball season . Both games were with the freshmen , who played valiantly , but were unable to hold their own against the superior force and experience of the other teams . The jun-ior-freshman game ended in a 14-9 score in favor of the juniors . Junior * Freshmen Jacoby _. f _HHncock _. t Humphries . ( Ktnc . t Smith , i . c . _Tumltr , J . c . Putnam . » c . Martin , s . r . Evans _, k Marean . c Moor * , _g _Plarce t Substitutes : Kirk , Wise . _Brundata . The senior-freshman game proved to be rather a walk-away on the part of the seniors , who played at their best . The freshmen were somewhat handicapped , however , because of the illness of one of their star guards . . The final score was 34-18 in...

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Men ' s Tennis Squad to Have Schedule Dr . Holton Will Coach the Team Which Will Represent A . U . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Men s Tennis Squad to Have Schedule Dr . Holton Will Coach the Team Which Will Represent A . U . A men s varsity tennis squad will soon be called out by Coach Young who is at present arranging an attractive schedule for the team which will represent American University in intercollegiate competition this season . The schedule has not yet been completed , but will certainly include several local colleges besides some out-of-town engagements . Dr . Holton will coach the team that will be formed from those surviving an elimination tournament to be staged during the first part of April . With such veterans as Carter , Colison , Shloss , Manning , Faus , and several from the freshman class , prospects for an excellent tennis team are in sight .

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Athletic Department Sponsors Kitten Ball [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930

Athletic Department Sponsors Kitten Ball Kitten ball will again call forth its devotees during the spring athletic program . According to Coach Walter H . Young , a league will soon be formed . This will include the faculty , the classes and various campus organizations . The winner of the competition will be awarded the intra-mural trophy , which was donated by the United Typewriter and Adding Machine Company . It was won last spring by the team representing the class of 32 . Last year the kitten ball league was an independent organization , headed by Lee Field . This year the league will be an integral part of the athletic department .

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