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Four New Tennis Courts to Be Placed by Hockey Field [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Four New Tennis Courts to Be Placed by Hockey Field Four new tennis courts are being constructed by Mr . Prye and his assistants near the west end of the women s hockey field . The new courts , to be surfaced with clay , and to be located a few feet west of the west goal posts of the hockey field , will probably be ready for use by the first part of April The old courts , now located at the south end . of the campus , will be removed probably this coming summer or next year , in accordance with plans for opening up the new main entrance to the campus from Nebraska avenue at New Mexico avenue .
Spring Football Begins ; Large Squad Appears [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Spring Football Begins ; Large Squad Appears Spring football has been inaugurated by Coach Walter H . Young , and about thirty men have reported for training . Careful drill has been planned to put the men through their paces , and to instill the fundamentals into the large number of green candidates , in order that work may gee under way promptly in the fall . The coach has expressed his pleasure at the large turn-out , and stresses the importance of the new men , made doubly valuable by the lost of five regulars who graduate tail June .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
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_Cirricalom Revised at Chancellor ' s Alma Mater [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
_Cirricalom Revised at Chancellor s Alma Mater | exchange ] The University of Maryland Student Council recently adopted a plan which _, if adopted by the faculty , will greatly increase the athletic equipment of the university . The plan , as adopted by the council , calls for a special fee of ten dollars to be levied on each student . The funds obtained in this manner will be used for the recreational and athletic building program . The council believes it possible to thus complete a nine-hole golf course , remodel Rossbourg Inn for use as a student building , erect a new track field house , and complete many other projects of a similar nature . ( The Diamondback , Feb . 18 . ) University of Arizona students took advantage of the annual _Pirna County rodeo February 18 to demonstrate their equestrian abilities . The two university polo teams , the university mounted troop , and the girls riding classes all had a share in the rodeo . The military department of the university also ent...
Rare Books Found in Martin Library [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Rare Books Found in Martin Library Former Chinese Minister Presents Library With His Publication Among the books being catalogued at the library is an Inconnabula of 1475 , an old historical work printed by Lavagna , tht first printer of Milan . It is a first edition , in old gilt calf , and describes the reigns of Hadrian and Diocletian . The value has not been ascertained as yet ; but as the book is very rare , it may be worth anywhere from one hundred to five hundred dollars , according to the librarian . This book is one of a number left to the library by Artemus Martin , a noted mathematician and scholar . Artemus Martin was at different times a truck driver and a teacher . He became interested in the study of mathematics through reading some mathematical puzzles in magazines , and soon began to invent pussies of his own . It was not long before he started a maga ¬ zine , and began a collection of mathematical papers and treatises . Originally from Pennsylvania , he became a we...
Dr . Montgomery Lauds Taft in Chapel Service [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Dr . Montgomery Lauds Taft in Chapel Service Friend of Late Chief Justice Praises Human Sympathy of Taft in Panegyric On Wednesday , March 12 , the death of Chief Justice William Howard Taft was commemorated in an address given by Rev . Dr . James Shera Montgomery , chaplain of the House of Representatives , and pastor of the Metropolitan Memorial Methodist church . Dr . Montgomery knew Mr . Taft for eighteen years , and in that time he had the opportunity of observing the splendid character of the man . When he first met him , he inferred that as a young man the late Mr . Taft had two ambitions—that of being wealthy , and that of being great—both of these being in a splendid , sane sense altogether praiseworthy . But these two ambitions soon faded away into a desire to conform his will to the will of God , and to serve his country to the best of his ability . There were three important elements which made up Mr . Taft s character . He possessed a wonderful comprehen sion of life , ...
A . U . Dramatic Clob Invades Annapolis [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
A . U . Dramatic Clob Invades Annapolis Importance of Being Earnest Is Reproduced at St . John s College For the second time , the American University Dramatic Club presented Oscar Wilde s The Importance of Being Earnest , when the college cast appeared at Humphrey s Hall , St . John s College , Annapolis , Maryland , on Friday , March 14 . An audience of about 200 persons attended the performance . The cast included : Blake Epsey , Carlton Ayers , Rosalie Dimmette , Dorothy Darby , Delsie Appel , Virginia Humphries , John Houston , Carlton Skeggs , and Henry Backenstoss . Accompanying them on the trip which was made by bus , were : Professor Will Hutchins , dramatic coach ; Laura Barrett , president of the Dramatic Club who had charge of the make-up ; Carl Levin , stage manager and prompter ; and Harry Weeks , electrician and general utility man . Several A . U _.-ites also organized parties and drove down to support the production . The bus for the performers left American Univers...
Chapel Programs Include Many Noted Speakers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Chapel Programs Include Many Noted Speakers ( Continued from page 1 ) Monday by Bishop W . F McDowell , who emphasized the desirability of entering every vocation or calling with the desire to serve others as well as oneself . Bishop McDowell s recognized prominence in the field under discussion , as well as the timeliness of his message , lent particular interest to his address . On Tuesday , Mr . P . M . Tulbatt , head of the personnel department of Woodward and Lothrop , delivered an address covering the various fields of business . He , too , emphasized the necessity of the service instinct in the business world . On Wednesday , Mrs . Alvin Dodd _, well-known magazine writer and dub woman , delivered a message of particular interest to the women of the college , outlining the variour careers open to women at the present time . This morning the potential scientists of the college listened intently to a very engaging speech on scientific research by Dr . A . F . Woods , member of ...
Mr . and Mrs . Randall Give Song Program [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
Mr . and Mrs . Randall Give Song Program Recital Is Given Ovation by Enthusiastic Student Body in Assembly On Friday , March 7 , the students of the American University College of Liberal Arts had the pleasure of listening to a musical recital given by Mrs . Evelyn Gribbin Randall , soprano , and Mr . Harlan Randall , baritone . Mrs . Dorothy Radde Emery acted as accompanist . Mr . Randall is the director of music of the Woodside Methodist church in Silver Spring , and he is also a prominent radio artist in Chicago and Washington . The first group of selections was rendered by Mr . Randall , and it consisted of The Blind Plowman , by Clarke ; Marietta , by Romilli , which was the title song of Earl Carols Fioretta last year ; The Cowboy s Requiem , by Henry S . Gregor , who is director of music at the National Park Seminary , Forest Glen , Md . As an encore Nichavou , a Russian song by Mana-Zucca , was sung . Mrs . Randall then favored the students with Still Wie Die Nacht , by Carl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 20 March 1930
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A . U . Debaters Win Contest With Western Reserve Women Defeat Bucknell and Frosh Win First Encounter With Princeton Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
A . U . Debaters Win Contest With Western Reserve Women Defeat Bucknell and Frosh Win First Encounter With Princeton Freshmen The American University men s debating team won a two-to-one decision over the debaters from Western Reserve University , of Cleveland , Ohio , on Monday , March 31 , on the question Resolved , That a policy of providing a college of liberal arts education for all high school students who seek it , is unsound . The affirmative of the question was upheld by the Western Reserve team , composed of William MacConoughy , Arthur Fiske , and Roland Gittlesohn ; while the negative was upheld by the American University team composed of Bruce Aitchison , James Swan , and Arthur Murphy . Walter H . Young , director of athletics at American University , was chairman . The judges were Ernest H . _VanFossan , John B . Carter , and Thomas S . SetUe . Unusual significance is attached to this victory due to the fact that the Western Reserve team is one . of the best _teawtin ...
Dr . C . C . Tansill Awarded Aid for Research Work A . U . Professor to Receive Part of Fund Established by John D . Rockefeller [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Dr . C . C . Tansill Awarded Aid for Research Work A . U . Professor to Receive Part of Fund Established by John D . Rockefeller Students Hear Piano Recital by Mr . Gene Stewart Dr . Charles C . Tansill , professor of History at American University Graduate School , was last week awarded the aid for the carrying on of his work of historical research , through a fund established by John D . Rockefeller . This fund , established for the purpose of aiding the most promising research being carried on by professors in the field of the social sciences , is distributed by means of a committee on grants of aid , made up of representatives of such organizations as the American Historical Society . The committee places the funds according to the importance of the research being carried on , and the competence and promise of the persons doing the work . The study being made by Dr . Tanifll is on the subject of diplomatic negotiations between the Unittd States and Denmark over the acquisition o...
A . U . Faculty Members Judge Speech Contests [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
A . U . Faculty Members Judge Speech Contests Women s Glee Club Gives Two Concerts r _^ _i-jgi Ax * m £ ami XleiaMa _WillU mm ! Site Chosen for the New Metropolitan M . E . Church Dr . Kernaban Stresses Wise Investment of Personality _Nfr Arthur S . Flemming and Mrs . Hilda M . French , both from the Department of Speech , were called upon lo judge elimination contests for the National Constitutional Oratorical Contest at Seat Pleasant M . E . church Friday , March 28 . Dr . Gewehr of the _history Department will serve as a judge for the Falls Church , Virginia , group on April 4 , and Mr . McAdam of the English Department will judge at Clinton , Maryland , April 8 . Organization Plans Banquet at Kenwood Country Club The Women s Glee Club , under the direction of Dr . Harold M . Dudley , gave a concert at the Mt . Vernon Place M . E . church on Wednesday , March 26 . and another one at Calvary Methodist church on Friday , March 28 . On each occasion the program included : Whispering...
Speakers for Holy A Week nnounced Traditional Services to In -clude Pastors of Three Denominations [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Speakers for Holy A Week nnounced Traditional Services to Include Pastors of Three Denominations Dormitory Contract Let to S . J . Prescott University Heights Church Ladies Entertain at Tea The names of the ministers of the churches of the city who will conduct the Holy Week chapel services were announced this week . Rev . Philip C . Edwards of the Wesley Heights Community church will start the series of special chapel services on Monday , April 14 . Mr . Edwards is the brother of Ruth Edwards , 32 , and is well known to A . U . students . Canon John W . Gummere of the Washington Cathedral will be the speaker on Tuesday . The Wednesday service will be conducted by Dr . Andrew R . Bird of the Church of the Pilgrims . Dr . Frederick Brown Harris of Foundry M . E . church will close the series on Thursday . The tradition of inviting ministers of the city churches to conduct the chapel services during Holy Week was inaugurated the first year of the college s existence . Through the past...