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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 3 April 1930
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MacVaugh Wins Fellowship in Psychology A . U . Graduate School Makes Award to A . U . Senior for First Time [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
MacVaugh Wins Fellowship in Psychology A . U . Graduate School Makes Award to A . U . Senior for First Time Dramat Obtains New Equipment Gilbert MacVaugh , 30 , has been awarded a fellowship in Psychology in the American University Graduate School for next year . The fellowship , which provides for one year s graduate study , is valued at $ 1 , 500 . According to the terms of the award , Mr . MacVaugh will assist in the Psychology Department in this college . He is the first student of the college to receive a graduate fellowship from the American University Graduate School . By attending three summers at thv University of Pennsylvania , Mr . MacVaugh has completed his work for his B . A . in three years . He came to A . V as a graduate of Williamsport-Dickin-son Seminary , from which he also _grad ¬ uated in three years . He won several graduation awards from Dickinson , including a scholarship to A . U . Mr . MacVaugh is eminently fitted to go into graduate work in psychology . He...
Seniors Give Sunken Garden [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Seniors Give Sunken Garden Two Graduate Scholars Win Fellowships W . L . Tayler and Yuen-li Liang Receive Carnegie Endowment Awards Class Gift to Enhance Beauty of Campus ; to Be Complete by Close of Term Due to the foresight and generosity of the present senior class , one of the more unattractive places on the American University campus is soon to be converted into a sunken garden . This parden will take the place of the rather unsightly hollow at the entrance to the woods in back of the women s dormitory . It is even now being started , and , it is expected , will be completed before the college closes this spring . The plans call for a circular formation . A hedge will surround the garden above , while terraces will lead down to the garden proper . Regular features of a sunken garden , including various bushes and other plants , are contemplated . According to Milton Crist , president of the senior class , it is hoped that this garden will prove an attractive formal approach to ...
Junior Prom Heralded as Biggest Event of College Social Season Affair to Be Held Saturday Evening , April 26 ; John Houston Heads Committee [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Junior Prom Heralded as Biggest Event of College Social Season Affair to Be Held Saturday Evening , April 26 ; John Houston Heads Committee What will probably be the biggest _eve-m of American University s social _reason—the junior prom—will be held on Saturday evening , April 26 , in the college gymnasium from nine o clock till midnight . That the affair will be a gala and festive occasion is attested by the elaborate plans which the class of 31 are making . When approached by an enterprising reporter , John Marchand Houston , chairman of the prom committee , obliged with the following : The junior prom has been generally looked upon as the biggest social event of the year , and as a consequence each class has always striven to outdo its predecessor in preparation for it . The class of 31 will attempt to make this year s prom a landmark in A . U . social history . Subdued lights will help to bring in an element of romance . The music for the event will be furnished by Maurice Kafka...
Otis Fellows , 30 , Receives Position in French Schools [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Otis Fellows , 30 , Receives Position in French Schools President of French Club One of Ten Americans to Get Appointment Word has been received that Otis Fellows , 30 , has been appointed to one of the ten posies d _assistant given to American students for work in France next year . He will teach English in a lycee or ecole normale , and will study . The appointment was secured through the Franco-American Relations Committee . Mr . Fellows is president of the French Club this year . Besides his activities in the French Club , he is well known on the campus for his varied interests and activities . He is secretary of the Student Council , which post he also held last year . He plays the bells and drums in the college orchestra ; is a member of the Jesters and the Poetry Clubs . Last year he was a member of the debate squad . As an actor , Mr . Fellows is well known to A . U . audiences . He appeared in the Student Council mystery play last year , and in minor roles in Dramat Club pro...
Council Confers With Faculty [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Council Confers With Faculty Lengthy Discussion on New Extracurricular Society Held at Special Session The Student Council held a lengthy conference with the Faculty Executive Committee for the purpose of reviewing plans concerning the organization of the extra-curricular society on Saturday morning , April 12 . The constitution for the society that had been drawn up by the council and presented to the faculty several weeks ago was thoroughly discussed . Many constructive suggestions were made and approved by the members present . The system of points evaluating the various campus offices were considered , and many changes were made . This reapportionment of points and the revised constitution will be presented at a special faculty meeting tomorrow . If the plan of organization is approved at this session , it will be placed before the Students Association very shortly . At a meeting of the council on Thursday , April 10 , plans for the all-college field day were discussed .
Noted Biblical Scholars to Visit A . U . for Retreat Professor Moffatt and Dr . Steiner to Address Pastors ' Retreat after Easter [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Noted Biblical Scholars to Visit A . U . for Retreat Professor Moffatt and Dr . Steiner to Address Pastors Retreat after Easter The second annual Pastors Retreat is to be held on the American University campus , Monday and Tuesday , April 2 &amp; and 29 . All the arrangements have been completed by the continuation committee : Wm . S . Aberaathy , Mark Depp , Irving W . Ketchura , Fred C . Reynolds , R . Paul Scbearrer , Earle Welney . The committee announced the coming of Dr . James MoSatt , professor in Union Theological Seminary , New York City , and Dr . Edwasd A . _Sttiaar , professor in GrinneU College , Grinnell , Iowa . Professor _Moftstt it the wellknown tsanaUtor of the Bible , vfeile IWsssor Siaimrii _mcopiiad as m » of ( Continued on pace 4 , column I )
Gym Becomes Little Japan for Dance [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Gym Becomes Little Japan for Dance Annual Cherry Blossom Affair Sponsored by W . S . G . A . The Women s Student Government Association held its annual Japanese Cherry Blossom dance Friday , April 11 , in the gymnasium . The gym was decorated entirely in Japanese style . At the entrance stood one pagoda , while another was placed in front of the orchestra . Pink and green crepe paper was twisted in designs over the ceiling , and from the center of each design hung Japanese lanterns of pastel shades . Sprays of cherry blossoms were to be seen scatered hire and there . The music was furnished by Bran Hughes Orchestra . The dance , although not a program dance , was formal . Mr . and Mrs . French and Mr . and Mrs . Young acted as chaperons For refreshments punch and cookies were served .
The Women's Glee Club Broadcast ! Over WMAL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
The Womens Glee Club Broadcast ! Over WMAL The Women s Glee Club of American University sang a concert over WMAL , Washington , Thursday evening , April 10 . The program lasted for half an hour . The club broadcast its favorite numbers , closing their concert with the College Fight Song , Sons of A . U . Tbe dub received many congratulation on their performance at WMAL from student ! and f Hands ,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
CALENDAR Wednesday . April 23 Kpsilon Kappa Grand Opera Party at Fox Theatre . Friday , April 25 Oxford Fellowship Banquet in W . R . H . Dining Hall , 6 : 45 p . m . Friday , April 25 Women s Debate with George Washington University in Hurst Hail , 8 p . m . Saturday , April 26 Junior Prom in Men s Gymnasium , 9 p . m . Sunday , April 27 History Reading Seminar in Hurst Hall , 3 : 30 p . m . Monday and Tuesday , April M and 39 Pastors Retreat . Wednesday , April 30 Women s Debate with Syracuse University in Hurst Hall , 8 p . m .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Spring Complying with the tradition that the editor should write something about what a young man s fancy turns to at this time of year is more of a task than it would seem on first glance . To treat the subject subjectively would be to break down all protective barriers , of editorial reserve ; yet an objective treatment must necessarily seem trite and might endanger the dignity of other members of the staff . It takes nothing more than an attempt to get an issue of The Eagle out on Lime when the weather begins to get warm to prove that young men s fancies do turn to something other than their usual winter interests . Do professora face the same difficulties in getting theii assignments considered by students already harrassed with such spring activities as kitten-ball , junior prom , and frat forma ] ? Undoubtedly , yes ! Yet the rush of activities in the spring , when nature itself invites a broadened scope of interest , serves to r ive the normal energy of college students an en...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY Men s Lodge , Md .-D . C . ( Where mm are our men ) Tropic , —have you ever visited th &lt; Men s Lodge ? AH modern inconven iences : hot and cold water faucets , run ning mice in every room , hot air heal all summer , open fireplace in the bad yard , beautiful gardens around th &lt; house next door , large rooms which car easily be converted into Frigidairei during the winter months . There an other improvements which might make some owners of stately mansions greet with envy but which somehow don t . The Lodge is surrounded by a cunning Cuddy Fence , constructed by Tom Cuddy , sold by Tom Cuddy , advertised by Tom Cuddy . Tom Cuddy built the fence . The boys at the Lodge are very sodible , —at least they were until the mice around the place got rather pesky . Then the boys wanted to call a truce with the little animals . But the mice weren t Even interested . They are no gentlemen , —at least , not all of them . If they were , itd be a c...
Poetry Club Holds Meeting [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Poetry Club Holds Meeting Omicron _Eosilon Pi Presents Program and Discussion ; Original Verse Read Omicron Epsilon Pi held its first business meeting of this semester in the green room of the women s residence hall , Wednesday evening , April 9 , at 7 : 30 oclock . Blake Espey , president of the club , welcomed the new members , Sadie Mae White , Gwen Folsom , Doris Willis , and Keeler Faus , to the fraternity . Following his remarks , Mr . Espey proceeded with the program . Professor Ferdinand A . Varrelman , faculty sponsor of the club , gave a brief report on the life of Edwin Markham . Mr . Varrelman knows the poet person ¬ ally , and was able to give many sidelights to the poet s character . He read three quatrains written by Markham and Anti Militarist by the English poet , Charles Ashley , also an intimate friend . Keeler Faus and Gwen Folsom read selections from Robert Frost and Edna St . Vincent Millay respectively . John M . Houston , a guest for the evening , after givin...