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_MF-H—fl—B _ _-B = y = _3 ^ _n n - » j A Sporting Proposition m T By Dan Terrell in [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
_MF-H—fl—B _ _-B = y = _3 _i—fl—|_^ _n n - » j A Sporting Proposition m T By Dan Terrell in The athletic banquet was a success from the standpoint of the teams and a flop from the standpoint of the students . The idea of having every one present at the affair was not properly put over to the student body , and the undignified exit of all those seated on one side of the dining room cannot be laid to stupidity and rudeness , but _ts ignorance . * * ? The recent declamation contest on the subject of kittenball throws more light on an interesting situation . It s just this : there is too great a lack of harmony between faculty and student body . The faculty is ever ready to believe that the student body is trying to get away with something , and the student body is just as ready to believe that some of its rights are going to be abridged by the faculty . In the present instance , Coach Young went ahead and planned the organisation of the kittenball league without consulting tbe student ...
Seniors Victorious in Class Basketball [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Seniors Victorious in Class Basketball Blue Team Triumphs in Swimming Meet Volley Ball and Soccer Are Spring Sports for GifE Work of Hetzel and Martz Features Final Game The final game between the juniors and seniors to determine the champion class basketball team was played on Tuesday , March 25 . The seniors came out on top with a 26-18 score in their favor , and in consequence were proclaimed the champions . Hetzel and Martz played at their best , and piled up the score for their team , much to the dismay of the juniors , while Severance and Hill kept the junior forwards nicely in hand at the other end of the court . The score at the end of the first half was 10-8 in favor of the victors . Sailor * : Junior ! : Harts t Jacoby t APiMl t _Hom » hrl « _t f PlyiM 1 . c . Smith 1 . e . Brlcker a . c . _Ooldsnberc _t . e . 8 _* _r * _ranee g Brain * Hill s Moo r * r Substitute * : Substitute : Putnam _fhndwlclr . H » t » l Oranges Lose by Close Margin After Interesting Struggle The Blu...
Dad Gummil ! Durned If It Ain ' t a Ringer ! [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Dad Gummil ! Durned If It Ain t a Ringer ! Spring Football Practice Starts Step right up , ladies and gentlemen See the greatest exhibit in history . Everybody this way ! One at a time . No pushing or shoving . Your only chance to see the four greatest pitchers in the world . Every one a ringer . Money back if not satisfied , All ready for the big show , folks . Step forward ? Let me introduce to you the marvelous Rouse , guaranteed to throw three ringers out of five . He is the most marvelous horseshoe player the world has ever known . Now friends , you will have the privilege of meeting Hokon , the wizard with the horseshoe . Besides this , folks , we have with us two more wonder-workers , Ensel and Hut chins , the only team equal to the great Rouse and Holton . You are to have the unusual privilege of witnessing a game played by this famous quartet . Steady now , folks ! Rouse steps into place . Oh , he missed it ! The ground must be too hard . Here goes Engel . Too bad ! It hit ...
Committee Rules New Activity Laws All Students Voted Eligible for Intra-Mural Sports Until End [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Committee Rules New Activity Laws All Students Voted Eligible for Intra-Mural Sports Until End of Spring Term Eligibility of all regularly enrolled Students to participate in intra-mural sports during the rest of the spring was decided at a joint meeting of the faculty and student athletic committees on Friday , March 28 . This ruling was part of the plans for fhe organization of a kittenball league of five teams adopted at this meeting , frith the date for the opening games set • 8 April 7 . Provisions for equipment of the playing field were also made . The newly appointed student athletic committee , operating under the student council , consists of W . Yule Fisher , _dftirman , Dan Terrell , and Chester Carter . The faculty committee consists of Dr . Holton , chairman , Coach Young , Dr . Colder , and Dr . Engle . The rulings adopted were : 1 . The kittenball league shall consist of five teams , one representing each class , and one representing the faculty . a . All regularly en...
What You Can Do for Others . Most Important Fair Play and Cooperation Stressed by U . of M . Coach in Address at Banqnet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
What You Can Do for Others . Most Important Fair Play and Cooperation Stressed by U . of M . Coach in Address at Banqnet The real things of life aren t victories , but what you can do for others . The lessons of co-operation , fair play , and courage learned on the football field will influence a man as long as he lives . These two sentences express the keynote of the address delivered to die members of the football and basketball squads by H . C . ( Curly ) Byrd , University of Maryland coach , at the athletic banquet held in the college dining room on Friday evening March 28 . Coach Walter H . Young served as toastmaster , and introduced Byrd and Chancellor Clark , who pledged the support of the administration in the development of the athletic program here . Coach Young also presented A certificates to the members of the basketball squad who had played in half of the contests , and to the manager . Throughout his talk , Coach Byrd stressed the close relation between football and ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Plan Try-outs for Varsity Tennis Team Dr . Holton Arranging Tourney to line up Prospective Squad An entry list has been placed upon the lower bulletin board in Hunt Hall for all men desiring to try out for the varsity _tsania team , the formation of which will begin very shortly . According to Dr . Holton , who will coach the team this season , a tennis elinaination tournament will also get under way the latter part of this month . It b _axpected that this tourney will _Um up the prospective members of A . U . _ _s varsity squad Coach _Vaung b arrangtag _tfce matches for teMus , and _wOl _lanawara the sched ule later . No doubt several local col lam _•« ba included whso It b oaav
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
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exchange ! [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
exchange ! Alliance , Ohio . The students and faculty of Mount Union College enter * tained 140 boys and girls from back home at the College last week-end , March 14 and IS . The hometown boys and girls will be guests of Mount Union at the presentation , of Pineros play , Sweet Lavender , Friday evening , at a luncheon at Elliott Hall , dormitory for women , Saturday noon , and at an intra-mural basketball tournament Saturday afternoon . Dormitories and fraternity houses are providing - places for the suests overnight , and are furnishing various features of entertainment . The Mens Glee Club of Lawrence College departed last week on their annual three weeks singing tour of the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin . Forty-three vocalists are making the trip , in addition to a pianist and two violin soloists , under the direction of Mr . Carl J . Waterman . The composition of the Glee Club includes ten first tenors , eleven second tenors , ten first basses , and twelve second basses , m...
Dr . A . F . Woods Discusses Opportunities in Science [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Dr . A . F . Woods Discusses Opportunities in Science Garrett to Celebrate Seventy-fifth Anniversary Dr . Albert Fred Woods appeared before the students of the American University College of Liberal Arts on March 20 as one of the vocational speakers of the week . Dr . Woods was president of the University of Maryland from 1920-26 , and is now director of scientific work in the Department of Agriculture . He is the author of the Plant Pathology in the Encyclopedia Americana , and has contributed numerous reports and articles to publications of the Department of Agriculture , and to scientific journals . In his address to the students Dr . Woods stated that the demand for specialists in the field of science is giving way to a demand for more widely trained college men , and because of the perpetual changes taking place , a man who takes up any branch of science must resign himself to remaining a student all of his life . Continual studying is necessary for one to keep pace with the ne...
Chemistry Classes Visit Filter Plant [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Chemistry Classes Visit Filter Plant Water , water everywhere . . . and all of it to drink , the chemisty classes could chant when , accompanied by Dr . William B . Rolton , they visited the filtration plant on Conduit Road on Thursday , March 27 . The student chemists were led into a large laboratory , and arranged around the walls among the test tubes and bacteriological incubators . They were then given a sentence of an imprisonment in the mazes of the plant , which , they were clearly enlightened , is a rapid filtration plant . Chemicals are added during the process , although , let it be especially noted , no more than a drop or a vestige is allowed to remain to tell the tale . Mysteriously and cautiously the culprits were led through a door and condemned to bodily , temporary imprisonment in the tower ! Though relieved to find that an elevator would carry them to their place of confinement , all hopes perished in the ray of discovery that narrow , open-backed , iron steps rema...
G . A . _Youngquist Talks in Vocation Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
G . A . _Youngquist Talks in Vocation Chapel Anglican Club Contributes to Special Lenten Fond Assistant Attorney General Discusses Field of Law Mr . G . A . Youngquist _, former attorney general of the state of Minnesota , and now assistant attorney general of the United States , addressed the students on March 21 on the fields of law , government service , and politics open to young men and women . Of these three _, the field of law is the most important , for he who chooses law as his profession has a greater opportunity of entering government service and politics . The practice of law is not a narrow and specialised work . The lawyer must come into contact with every kind of business , and with every type of individual . One needs for the practice of law as sound a foundation , and as broad an experience as one can get . Those who choose law will find it is a hard road to hold , but nothing is worth doing that isn t hard to do . But the greatest satisfaction that can come to any ...
Association ' s First Social Event Is a Marked Success [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
Association s First Social Event Is a Marked Success March ( he fifteenth , the date of the All-American dance in the American University gymnasium , was an important date for the Alumni Association . This dance was the first social activity , with the exception of our annual banquets , that has been sponsored by the association s board of directors . The dance committee was chairmaned by Miss Vera Stafford , B . A . 27 , the treasurer of the board . The dance was given for two purposes : first , to make possible better acquaintance between the faculties , students , and alumni of all branches of the University ; and second , to secure funds for financing The Altmnite . Both purposes were very satisfactorily realised , and in addition an excellent evening s entertainment was given those present , as evinced by the report of the dance in the last issue of The Eagle . The president of the association , Mr . R . M . Rice , B . A . 29 , wishes to express his hearty thanks to the faculty...