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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Final Plans Made for New Society Extra-Curricular Club to Have Fifteen Charter Members at Organization Discussion upon the organization of an extra-curricular society in this college was concluded in the last Student Council meeting , held on Thursday , March 27 . The whole idea for founding such a society originated within this group , and during the past few months plans have gradually been formulated . These are now ready for faculty approval . A constitution and the design for the organfaatfam _ r ley wcHr « _lfaalKcd -at the council meeting , and both were favorably passed upon . It is the desire of this body to organize the proposed society as soon at possible . If the plans receive faculty consent this week , it is expected that about fifteen students will have the honor of being elected charter members of the organization for their outstanding participation in the campus activities . A tap day ceremony for the purpose of signaling out those students who attain this honor wil...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Oxford Fellowship Completes Year Plans [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Oxford Fellowship Completes Year Plans Pre-Easter Services to Be Conducted ; Banquet April 25 A series of pre-Easter services and a closing banquet on the 25 th of April were announced at a meeting of the Oxford Fellowship Club on Friday , March 28 . The fellowship was addressed by Mrs . French , who took as her subject , Elements of Good Speech in the -Pulpit . At previous meetings , the club has been addressed by Dr . Ryan of Catholic University ; Dr . Darby , president of the Washington Federation of Churches ; and Dr . Mordecai Johnson , president of Howard University . During the past week , the fellowship conducted the last of three services at a downtown car barn for the benefit of the people employed there who are not able to attend religious services on Sunday . The dub has been discussing modem trends in religious thought , the modem humanism , and church unity . At their dosing banquet on Friday , April IS , they are to be addressed by Dr . AtnsHe of the Temple church of ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Inquiries Come in Response to Scholarship Letters [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Inquiries Come in Response to Scholarship Letters In response to a thousand announcements concerning the Foundation Scholarships for the College of Liberal Arts , the office of the registrar has received a large number of requests for further information concerning the University . The interest has been demonstrated from states throughout the country , extending into the far west . The number of applications and inquiries for next year far exceeds the interest manifested at this time last vear .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

_) AROUND THE WORLD I I WITH WALLY 1 & . Richmond , Virginia { $ 3 . 50 South of Washington , D . C . ) No one asked my opinion about tbii fair city of the South , —the capital ol Virginia , the largest city in Virginia , — but if I hang around waiting for aa in vitation , Ill end up the same way I dc about all of those parties I miss . Be sides , there has to be some balance tc that Sale Pribbte-Kitty Hull propa ganda floating around school , which hat almost made some of our innocent stu dents purchase stock in the city ol Richmond . So , with my own kind per mission , here goes about Richmond : Every once in a while a train leava Washington for points south . Along about Richmond something usually goa wrong with the train and it stops . Oc casionally some people get off the trait when it stops . In fact we understand that s the best time to get off a train As soon as you demount , detrain , or derail ( have it your own way ) you stej into a magnificent terminal that l...

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In a Kingdom by the Sea [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

In a Kingdom by the Sea The lights out bell had sounded in the frosh dorm . The boys were gathering , as was their custom , in the senior proctor s room for a bull session . This nightly session , illicit as it was , had almost become an institution in the frosh dorm . Ole Bob , as the boys called their jolly senior mentor , was a good sport . And when be spoke they always gave him that comradely attention which a natural leader instinctively commands . Ole Bob was speaking . Boys , I m tired . Well cut the bull tonight , and Ill tell you a yarn ; then well call it quits . Years ago , in a kingdom by the sea , there flourished an abandoned outlaw . All the good women throughout the length and breadth of the realm feared him . They dreaded to go down to do their family laundries where the river joined the sea , as had been their custom for yean . For the outlaw dwelt in • subterranean palace near the river s mouth . The women had reason to fear , for he was a man of wanton deeds and ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

The world moves very fast , and nowadays a boy mutt be ane not onlj to do today s job well , but be must have the training that will enable him to adjust himself to tomorrow s . He mast have the ability to think dearly that comes from training in how to think ; the knack of dealing with men that comes from experience in getting on whh all kinds of people ; the ability to grasp business principles that comes from a knowledge of the past . He must have not only exact knowledge , but he must be able to apply it to a particular problem ; he must know how to dig out the answer to a problem for which there has been no precedent . Moreover , he must have the work habit , and a willingness to accept criticism—to be told . This paragraph is quoted from an article by Rita S . Halle in the April _McCalTs Magazine entitled , Whatll I Dp Now ? The article forms an excellent summary of one phase of American University s recent vocation week . Dealing primarily with the field of business , the art...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

THE AMERICAN EAGLE _htbUshtd trxry two wttks by tht Stmttnts of tkt _Cotttge of Ubtnl Arts of tht Amtrkon University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Met - $ 2 JO * Km Bntaraa aa _aacoad-claaa _mtttar . _Oatabar S , lttl . at _tha prat _oOtea . at _WaahinctM . O . C . ¦ adar Act of March I . 1171 . EDITORIAL STAFF _Edltor-in-Chitf George L . _Sfaney , 90 Associa te Editors Raymond Spaeth , 30 Mary Scull , 30 Assltapt Bdhon ¦ Jiojer W . Craven , 31 _S-Carlton Ay _« n , SI Issue Editor < $ . _Cariton Ayers _, 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 lane Rice , 32 Gwendolyn Foisom , 52 Daniel Terrell , 32 Beatrice Adam , 33 Betty Brundage , 33 Dorothy Hamilton , 33 Anne King , 33 Robert Marcus , 33 Sarah Motley , 33 Elisabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 Pauline Frederick 30 Kay G . Heath 31 G . Leverett Stowell 31 SU 8 INESS S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Frosh Rules Children are normally noisy . They love to be the center of attraction in every group . But , since their insistence on the attention of those about them becomes annoying as they grow older , they are ordinarily taught to obey certain rules of etiquette which make for the general comfort and well-being of the group . The faculty and administration of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University believed that the children entering the portals of that institution would have learned that important lesson of etiquette before they left the protection of their homes . So the ancient collegiate custom of giving freshmen a rigorous course of discipline during their first few weeks at college was banished at A . U . But the experience of this year has proved that the faculty and administration were wrong . Many of the youngHen have proved that they have no idea of the principles of courtesy . Never in the history of the college hat the chronic disturbance in the rear of...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

I CAMPUS OPINION I j i Hamilton House As pioneering partners in the greal adventure of founding the American University , we of the student body are actively interested in the affairs of the University . We have allied ourselves with it as students in the formative period ; we have tried to co-operate in setting scholastic standards on the present high plane that has helped to secure an early recognition from various rating agencies ; and we shall go forth from this college as alumni to whom our alma mater may confidently look for aid . Because of this interest , a group of students were recently discussing a few questions of vital importance to the entire student body and to student bodies to come . The projected Hamilton House was the main issue . Although this dormitory is being built for the men of this campus , there was a surprising lack of definite information about the kind of building that is planned . What is it to look like ? What material is it to be made of ? These and ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

_V _^ _^^ « V _«*^ mum « _• - _^ _m w _v _v _a _^ v _« _v _^^ _^ mm I FRATERNITY NEWS 1 Phi Beta _Zeta Phi Beta Zeta fraternity announces three additional pledges , Everett McLsine , Perry Snider , and Eugene Eby . A social meeting of members and pledges of the fraternity was held Wednesday , April 2 , at the men s lodge . Max Schaul was in charge of the entertainment . The Jester * The Jesters Club announces the pledging of Paul Hinckley 32 . A new pin has been adopted by the Jesters . Orders are being placed , and the pins are expected to be in evidence about the campus in two weeks . The Jesters announce the dates for their two social events of the current semester . On May 2 a Bowery Dance will be held and on May 24 the third annual formal dinner dance is to take place . Alpha That * Phi On March 30 , a meeting of Alpha Theta Phi fraternity was held at the home of Chester Carter , 1641 Harvard Street , N . W . Plans were continued for the outing on Thursday , April 17 . The part...

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Dr . Pergler in Czechoslovakia [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Dr . Pergler in Czechoslovakia American Alumnus Elected to CzecHoslov&kian Parliament by Group He Heads Dr . Charles Pergler , an American University alumnus , has for several months been residing in his native country , Czechoslovakia . He returned there to organize an opposition to the president of the country , Dr . Thomas G . Masaryk , and was so successful in his efforts that he was elected by the organization he headed to a seat in Parliament . Before coming to this country some years ago , Dr . Pergler had been sent as the first Czechoslovakian minister to Japan . Later he came to America and studied Civil Law at American University , receiving in 1925 his degree of Master of Laws , and in 1927 that of Doctor of Civil Law . For several years Dr . Pergler has served as dean of the National University School of Economics and Government . He will undoubtedly resume his duties in that office upon his return here when the Czechoslovakian Parliament shall have adjourned...

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Annual Banquet of A . U . Alumni to Be Held May 17 Plans Made for Fifth Annual College Alumni Reunion ; Council to Meet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Annual Banquet of A . U . Alumni to Be Held May 17 Plans Made for Fifth Annual College Alumni Reunion ; Council to Meet The Alumni Association of American University is making plans for the annual banquet to be held on May 17 in some downtown hotel . The committee fn charge of the banquet is composed of Mr . Roland Rice , Mr , A . S . Flemming , and Dr . James A . Bell . The present plan is to draw the speakers for the program from the aJumni group . This will be the first time that the event has been held off campus . At this meeting , the officers of the association will be elected . Four new members will be chosen for the board of directors which consists of eight members and the president for the preceding year . The members of the present senior class are invited to this banquet . : • Plans for the fifth annual reunion of the college alumni to take place the Saturday before commencement were discussed at a recent meeting of the College Alumni Council with Dean Woods and a repre...

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Bishop Hamilton Writes of His Extensive "Doings " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Bishop Hamilton Writes of His Extensive Doings The name of Bishop John William Hamilton , chancellor emeritus of American University ( Stoneleigh Court , Washington , D . C . ) was on our alumni list , so we sent him a letter along with our fellow alumni . As at all other times , the bishop was equal to the occasion . We have the following reply from him . If I should tell you what I am doing , what I have done , and hope to do , you would not need any more copy for your bulletin . And who is there to contradict ? But he did tell us rather modestly that at the University they keep me doing morning , noon , and night . That , with occasional trips to England to put up memorials to John Wesley , after having raised the money for them here , keeps me busy . Bishop Hamilton is a member of the Alumni Association , contributing to its support with bis annual payment of dues . We might indeed devote several bulletins to Bishop Hamilton and all that his name implies to the University and it...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

College of Liberal Arts Alumni Florence Andrews is working for the Women s Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church in Asheville , N . Car . Her address is 241 College St . Sam and Rente BUbrough ( both of 29 ) have established themselves in the dormitory for married couples at Drew University . Renee says that the A . U . boys come in to listen to the radio almost every evening . ( We wager that Sam stays at home under the circumstances . ) Renee is employed in the registrar s office at the University as typist , mimeographer _, file clerk , and general office boy , and professes to be an expert typist ( which means that she must be a rather poor speller from the sample we ve received ) . To make matters worse , she has started to take some courses at the University this semester , and plans to get a Master s Degree in theology or something like that in the next two years . ( Sam is also studying theology so that he can be a useful preacher s husband when Renee gets her char...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Graduate School Alumni l ) r . New says , many times to get hack there and to see a number of our old friends . Along witli this splendid letter came a folder showing us Edward and LeRoy and telling its of their fine start in the field of professional entertainment . Small wonder that Dr . New is proud of his young sons ! Clyde F . Armitage _, graduate of Boston University , fellow in American University in 1916-17 . Address : care China Child Welfare , Inc ., 130 Massachusetts Ave ., Boston , Mass . In a recent note to Chancellor Clark , Mr . Armitage enclosed a newspaper clipping concerning himself and ) iis work . The organization oi which Mr . Armitage has been appointed re ¬ gional director is known as the China Child Welfare . Inc . It is the American movement which is helping the Chinese solve their child care problems , and is affiliated with the National Child Welfare Association of China . The movement has the endorsement of President Hoover . During the period of reconstr...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Handwriting on the Wall [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Handwriting on the Wall Strained were the expressions on th < faces of the members as the word wenl found : No meeting in here today . One by oae the subdued members • tipped out of the room and disappeared acroM the dimly lighted corridoi through a half-closed door . Slowly yel steadily they were shadowed by The Man , Dr . Holton , who rustled a shea ! of papers and cheerily announced that the chemistry lab class would meet that afternoon , not as usual , in the lecture room for problem discussions . Did you see The Strange Interlude ? Anyway , listen to this ? A couple sat behind Mr . Hutchins up there in the—a , a , comfortable chair section . Mrs . _Bo-and-Se asked Mr . _So-end-So what Ike Interlude meant , and Mr . So-and-So , from the broadness of his eiperiencc Mid , Why , that is where we go out for _dtaner After hearing the did saying : Sow IPear wild eat * while youre young , 1 . It wanted to knew how one could teR ¦ toe caws seeds were tone . Kwth RinhH •» , is...

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Editor Parrish Of the Alumnite [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Editor Parrish Of the Alumnite THE THEATRES Thu Weok Nest Week POX South iHlm _Tfee iky Hawk PALACE Ktttb _Chattertan in ( To be announced ) ,-, : , v Sarah and Sea . : - _.,, < . COLUMBIA _-H _# ** , . _*« Lawrence Tibbctt in Gary Cooper in . tHif -M -ii The Rogwe leaf None But the Brave CARLE * -w _^ r • f _*¦¦> •»* ! Clive Brook and Evelyn Brent in ( To be announced ) , , i . _nigbOySeafST _^ j ; MEmOPOUTAN m < 1 f * _Geoffi ArUes to ( To be _antuMiaeed ) *«*» « _^ _ ¦• The flmnlodiaM . . _**» . < # » ., KEITHS • _x- _^^ _mk _^ m ; Roland Parrish , 7 > , is finishing uf hit work for the expected Master 1 ! Degree in June . He ha » received an appointment for the next scholastic year as an instructor of chemistry in the State College of Washington , in Pullman , Wash ., and while there will start bis work for the Doctorate ir Chemistry . This work has a feature recalling the pioneering 1 at American , since he will be the firs...

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Graduate Scnool Alumni [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

Graduate Scnool Alumni ( Continued from page 3 , column 5 ) Simon Crtu Capule , L . L . M . ( Diplomacy ) 21 , Lucena , Tayabai , Philippine Islands . The secretary addressed her letter to Mr . Captile to the Bureau of Lands , Manila . Mr . Capule left the Bureau of Lands in 1925 , and so received the letter too late to reply for an earlier edition of The Ahnmnite . He lost nc time in sending a reply when he had received it , however , and the letter with Philippine stamps made the secretary s heart skip a beat . Since leaving the Bureau of Lands , Mr . Capule has been practising his profession of attorney-at-law in Lu- : ena , _Tayabas . Besides his profession Mr . Capule is managing the : ocoanut and coffee plantations situited in the Province of Tayabas . A _province in the Philippines correiponds to a county in the States , and Lucena is the county seat . I am over 12 , 000 miles away from _Washington , Mr . Capule writes , so t is a great pleasure for me to rereive news from th...

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College of Liberal Arts Alumni [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

College of Liberal Arts Alumni ( Continued from page 3 , column 5 ) B plus average , and was also returned by the Atlantic City Conference to his church in New Lisbon , N . J . Dave is said to be still patronizing the Taylor , Pa ., post office , and is rep irted as having been in bed at the time of the letter because of too many dill pickles and salt water taffies . Courty continues , Bill Warner is in love with a Sarah . He s dead on Biblical names but uses no theological terms in his wooing . The usual good news for Jake , Cal , and Pudd . Bill Warner , 28 , tells a different story from Hay ward s . H « tells us that his gas buggy is still running _, on four wheels some of the time , but that it doesn t have the same reputation that it had while he was at A . U . —he maintains that he travels by himself now . We are also informed that he has resigned his position as direetor of Refigious Education in Mountain Lakes , N . J ., and expects to take a charge in the Methodist Conferen...

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EXCHANGE I [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930

EXCHANGE I A new and distinctive feature of th < senior hop at Amherst University _thii year will be the _attendance of a _largj number of freshmen . It is hoped thai this and other changes in policy will serve to make thii year s hop « financis success , something which it has new been tn previous yean . ( The Amherst Student . ) Culture Week was recently observed at Walla Walla College . One of the features of the sudden desire of the student body for the attainment of a new and unprecedented degree of etiquette was a written criticism of the male sex by each of the women of the College . Most of the feminine critics held the belief that conceit and untidiness in dress were the two vices most prevalent in male students . General _dissatisfaction with the present fraternity rushing rules at Dickinson University has resulted in the taking up » f the matter by the Interfraternity Council . It seems likely that a new ruling will be adopted to prohibit rushing of any sort be...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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