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THE AMERICAN _EAOLaf [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
THE AMERICAN _EAOLaf _PnoUthed every two weeks by th Students of the College of Liberal Art of tke Amtrican University , Washing ton , /&gt; . C . Subscription Price - $ 2 J 0 § Kas _Rntarad »• Mcon _*« lMi matter . OjUMHi I 1 * 18 . at th * port o « w . at _WaahlMttft , D . 0 . under Aet of lurch 1 . 1 IT _* . EDITORIAL iTAFF _Sditor-ln-Chief George L . Sixbey , 30 Associate Editors Raymond Spaeth , 30 Mary SculL f 30 J , &gt; Assistant traitors Roger W . Craven , 31 ; • &lt; 8 . Catlton Aym , * 3 l J % i Issue Bd | tor S . Carlton Ayers , 31 ¦ REPORTERS * S . Carlon Ayers , 31 Helen Goodman , 30 Claire Altland , 31 Etherwyn Kine , 31 John M . Houston , 31 Jane Lytte , 31 Audrey Belt , 32 Brooke Bright , 32 _% . Yule Fisher , 32 Mercedes Jordan , 32 Jane Rice , 32 Gwendolyn Folsom , 32 Daniel Terrell , 32 Beatrice Adam , 33 Betty Brundage , 33 Dorothy Hamilton , 33 Anne King , 33 _Robert Marcus , 33 Sarah Motley , 33 Elizabeth Towne , 33 Agatha Varela , 33 P...
I FRATERNITY NEWS j Swaggers Give Spring Formal [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
I FRATERNITY NEWS j Swaggers Give Spring Formal Decorations Are in Club Motil Presenting a Roof Garden About 25 couples enjoyed the Swag ger Club spring formal dance , held al the Wesley Heights clubhouse , Saturday night , April 12 . Among the couples who attended were two non-resident members , Kathryn Buchanan and Jo McVey . A roof garden club formed the motif for the decorations . A sky ceiling and flowers added to the realistic effect which was increased by waitresses serving the refreshments . During the intermission there was a specialty dance . _Fhe music was by McLaine s Orchestra . The chaperons were Mr . and Mrs . Charles French , Dean Mary Louise Brown , and Dr . Jessie M . Ferguson . Alice Hetzel was the chairman of the _decoration committee , and Jean Shapiro ind Beth Hill were chairmen of the furnishing and refreshment committees respectively . During the dance a flashight picture was taken .
Phi Delta Gamma [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Phi Delta Gamma The Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Gamma held a short business meeting on the evening of Wednesday , April 2 , at the American University Graduate School . The chapter at that time received the resignation of its secretary , Miss Erne Ross , who has been awarded a scholarship by the American Association of University Women in order that she may carry on social service work in New York . On the evening of April 9 , the chapter had the privilege of acting as hosts to the Phi Delta Gamma National Council at a brief business meeting at 1901 F Street .
Alphi Theta Phi [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Alphi Theta Phi At a meeting at the home of Bruce Aitchison , 1929 S street , N . W ., on Thursday , April 10 , Earl Kadan , 31 , received his informal initiation . The formal initiation will be given before Easter . On Thursday , April 17 , the fraternity will take an outing to Great Falls , Md .
BE 3 OE 3 E 3 E _3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 QE j A Sporting Proposition By Dan Terrell [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
BE 3 OE 3 E 3 E _3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 QE j A Sporting Proposition \ By Dan Terrell The limited spring sports program has developed amazingly . The bulletin board is at present practically covered with notices of an athletic nature , completely upsetting the balanced arrangement planned by the caretaker appointed recently by the Student Council . Items regarding tennis , kitten-ball , golf , horseshoes , and girls soccer and volley ball threaten to obscure even those witty remarks diligently posted by dunning class treasurers . The French Department at its most prolific best never gave forth so many admonitions as these from the athletic department . It is a pretty safe bet that more people are taking part in campus sports now than ever before in the history of the college . Which is just what the athletic department desires . ? _» # What each candidate for the office of student president has to say about athletics will soon be known , for it is almost time for platforms to be annou...
Sophs Grab Kitten-Ball Lead [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Sophs Grab Kitten-Ball Lead Committee Revises Kitten-Ball Rules Early Season Games Result in Close Defeat of Frosh and Faculty Rout The sophomore kitten-ball team , winners oi last year s trophy , swung into an early lead by defeating the freshman team , 21-20 , on Wednesday . April 0 , and the faculty , 23-3 , on Friday , April 11 . In a game Monday , April 7 , the seniors , led by Wally Wallowitz , outscored the juniors , captained by Dick Jarvis , in four innings 14-8 . However , because of a misunderstanding of the rules , the Athletic Committee decided that this game should be replayed on Tuesday , April IS . The class of 32 rallied in the seventh inning to cop a contest that the John-son-led frosh supposedly bad in the bag . It is rumored that Political Science 204 and Diehl s too plentiful squat were important factors in the frosh defeat . On Friday , April 11 , the sophomores decisively trampled over the faculty despite Dr . Marsh s pert rejoinders to the populace at large a...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Artemas Martin commenced his career as a country school teacher in Erie County , Pennsylvania , where he was also a small truck fanner . His interest in mathematics grew out of the mathematical query columns in various numbers of the Saturday Evening Post . He spent much time working out the mathematical puzzles given there , and soon came to edit several of these columns . His interest in mathematics grew , and he started publication of the Mathematical Visitor and later of the Mathematical Magazine . Having difficulty with the printing of the various symbols , he began to study printing , and in time came to be recognized as the foremost mathematical compositor in the country . His great interest in mathematics brought him into correspondence with some of the most famous mathematicians both in this country and abroad . He was later given a position in the U , S . Coast and Geodetic Survey , and finally he was placed in charge of their library . Recognition of the place he made for...
Kitten-Ball a la Mother Goose [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Kitten-Ball a la Mother Goose When the cat s away the mice will play —but it was the faculty and sophomores playing kitten-ball . Pussy cat , pussy cat , where have you been ? I ve been out field to get the ball . Pussy cat , pussy cat , what did you do then ? 1 threw it back in and that was all . Coach Young outdid himself in his efforts at juggling . Suggested theme song is as follows : Kitty , kitty , kitty , anybody seen my ball Down on the ground so low or up in a tree so tall ? Fiona and Cuddy as kittens certainly did themselves justice in rolling into base . They probably got their practice by rolling on a hearth in front of a fire . Now the cats weren t so good , but Engel certainly did a swell job when he sat on Johnson s head and put him out on second base . He probably thought he was the family petcat , curled up in a nice big rocking chair , but it is doubted whether J ohnson enjoyed his position as cushion . Ding . done , bell , the dean has been put out . Who put him o...
Debating Teams Add to String of Victories A . U . Men Defeat Princeton and Women Win Over Hood Debaters [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Debating Teams Add to String of Victories A . U . Men Defeat Princeton and Women Win Over Hood Debaters The American University debate teams continued their victories by defeating Princeton University , Saturday night , April 5 , in Hurst Hall , and by defeating Hood College of Frederick , Md ., in a dual debate , Thursday and Friday nights , April 10 and 11 . The men s team composed of Bruce Aitchison , J . E . Swan , and Arthur Murphy , defended against Princeton University the negative of the question Resolved , That the policy of providing a college of liberal arts education for all high school graduates who seek it is sound . Major Kilpatrick , president of the Princeton Alumni Club oi Washington , presided over the debate . The decision of the judges was unanimous for American University . The women s debate squad composed of Jane Lytle , Ethelwyn Hine , and Polly Frederick , upheld the negative-of the education question in defeating the representatives of Hood College in Hurs...
GradMte Scholars _Wia Carnegie Awards [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
GradMte Scholars _Wia Carnegie Awards ( Continued from page 1 ) economics , and similar subjects ; in addihon . they are expected to afterwards aid in the disseminating of the knowledge i hey have gained by becoming university instructors . The fellows are permitted to pursue their research at any institution of higher learning which they choose ; but all courses of study must be approved in advance by the Carnegie foundation . All the fellow s time must be devoted to study , and he is not permitted to engage in any other employment during the period covered by the fellowship . The stipend attached to teachers fellowships is $ 1 , 200 , with the proviso that if the fellow chooses to carry on hit work abroad , an additional grant of $ 300 will be made . STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP . MANAGEMENT , CIRCULATION , ETC ., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OP COM Q RESS OP AUGUST 14 , 1911 , of The American Bagle published biweekly during the college year at WashingtonD . C , for April 1 , 1930 , District...
French Club Has Afternoon With Moliere Le Malade Imaginaire and [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
French Club Has Afternoon With Moliere Le Malade Imaginaire and Les Precieuses Ridicules Given in Club Revival An afternoon with _Molirre was the feature of the French Club meeting held in the parlor of the women s residence hall on Thursday , April 10 . Members of the club presented selected dramatic readings from two of the great author s plays . The performance was a revival of the program which was given by the club in an assembly last year . Several members of the former cast again participated in the same roles . Act II of Le Malade Imaginaire was enacted by a group which included Warren Colison as Argan , Helen Goodman as Beline , Dorothy Darby as Angelique , and Audrey Belt as Louison ; Robert Marcus appeared as Cleante , Frederick Stewart as M . Diafoirus , and Arthur Murphy as his son , Thomas . An arrangement of Les Precieuses Ridicules completed the afternoon s entertainment . Otis Fellows enacted the part of the hypocritical Mascaulle , and Mile . Delonglee and Laura Ba...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Unique Training at Baxter Seminary Baxter , Term . Baxter Seminary , offering secondary school work to the boys and girls of the Cumberland hills _, unlike some other educational institutions that worry because their enrollments are decreasing , is facing the problem of providing for all the students _who come to it for training , and to whom it is anxious to give an education . About thirty more students attend Baxter this year than ever before . Room was made for them only by a stretching of facilities even though the school received a number of gifts from its friends . Many more students want to attend the school but cannot be enrolled because of lack of space and finances . Everybody does other work at Baxter in addition to studying . The boys manage the farm , raise cattle and do carpentry , etc . The girls cook and sew . President Harry L . Upperman feels that an outstanding need of the school at present is the development of the farm both as a demonstration project and as a m...
Two Noted Scholars to Feature Pastors' Retreat [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Two Noted Scholars to Feature Pastors Retreat for Ladles and Gentlemen * Clfanlnt - _Dyelns - PrcuUf w _» are unexcelled and Invite comparison Mneomb Strert Cleaners and Dyers Gorman A . Phillip * . Manager Sartorial Excellence 3711 Maeonb at . N . W . Gtove . MM Washington , D . C . ( Continued from page 1 ) the leading authorities in the country in the field of Social Ethics , says Chancellor Clark in his letter to the pastors . The program for the retreat will be as Monday , April 28 3 : 30 p . m . Registration 4 00 p . m . Dr . Edward A . Steiner , The Mood of the Protestant Ministry 6 : 15 p . m . Dinner in the University Dining Hall 7 : 45 p . m . Dr . James Moffatt , The Blessing of God Tuesday , April 29 3 : 00 p . m . Dr . Moffatt , The Irony of Jesus 4 : 00 p . m . Conference Round Table with Dr . Moffatt 4 : 30 p . m . Dr . Steiner , The Problem of the Minister s Personality 5 : 30 p . m . Conference Round Table with Dr . Steiner 6 : 15 p . m . Dinner in the University Di...
A . U . Holds Holy Week Services [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
A . U . Holds Holy Week Services Special Chapel Program Given by Local Ministers It has been an annual custom for the Oxford fellowship of the American University College of Liberal Arts to conduct a series of early morning services during Holy Week . These services are being held again this year in the parlor of the women s residence hall . The series was opened on Sunday , April 13 , with Clyde Williams conducting the first service . J . Stevens Stock , Henry Muller , and Russell Lambert were the leaders of the following services held on Monday , Tuesday , and Wednesday . Ruben G . Steinmyer will conclude the series as leader of the Thursday morning service . Parallel with the above meetings have been the Holy Week chapel services . Rev . Philip C . Edwards of the Wesley Heights Community church addressed the students on Monday , April 14 . Canon J ohn W . Gummere of the Washing Cathedral was the speaker on Tuesday , and Dr . Andrew R . Bird of the Church of the Pilgrims on Wednes...