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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Maryland Prom Held March 28 Elizabeth McVey , Former A . U . Coed Leads the Grand March On Friday evening , March 28 , the University of Maryland junior prom was held at the Wardman Park Hotel in Washington , between the hours of 9 p . m . and 1 a . m . The grand march , held during the eighth dance , was led by Mr . John Pitzer , president of the junior class , and Miss Elizabeth McVey , formerly a student at American University and now a co-ed at the University of Maryland . The music for the occasion was provided by Nesbit s Pennsylvanians , and , according to the University of Maryland Diamondback , rarely has a musical organisation been received with so much enthusiasm . The Diamondback then continues : Thus , with the annual event of the promenade and the presentation of appropriate favors , the 1930 junior prom passed into history as one of the finest ever held by a junior class at Maryland . The week-end proved to be a gala affair jammed to the hilt with pleasure .
_Coanittot _Complete * Plait for Prom [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
_Coanittot _Complete * Plait for Prom ( Continued from page 1 ) atmosphere of a tropic night , touched with a very definite suggestion of the sophistication of Broadway . Orchids are expected to predominate—in the corsages . The prom committee , which is doing practically all the work for the dance , consists of : John M . Houston , chairman ; Clair Altland , S . _Carlton Ayers , Orrel Belle Claflin , Warren Colison , Lawrence Hetrick , Helen Hope , Richard Homer , Carl Levin , Esther McVey , and Ellsworth Tompkins . The exact number of guests who will attend the dance has not yet been announced . At least one member of each attending couple must , of course , be a member of either the senior or the junior class of American University . It is expected that a large number of underclassmen and outsiders will attend as invited guests of upperclassmen . In the receiving line at the dance will be Chancellor and Mrs . Lucius C . Clark , Dr . and Mrs . George B . Woods , Dean Mary L . Brow...
Anglican Club Discusses Lent and Its Significance [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
Anglican Club Discusses Lent and Its Significance The regular _meeting of the Anglican Club occurred on Monday , April 7 , at eight o clock in room 203 , Hurst Hall . The subject for discussion was Lent and Its Significance . The members planned ways to keep Lent more effectively , which included Working for the student Lenten fund for St . John s College , Shanghai , and attending the services and meetings of the club .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 April 1930
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Ayers and Heath Elected at Associate Editors ; All Elections Very Close [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Ayers and Heath Elected at Associate Editors ; All Elections Very Close Craven Chosen Editor ; Keller Business Manager of Eagle Roger W . Craven . 31 , was elected editor-in-chief of The Eagle for next year by a two-to-one vote of the editorial board last Monday . The business board on the same day elected Alton H . Keller , 32 , business manager , also by a two-to-one vote . S . Carlton Ayers , 31 , the only other candidate for editor-in-chief , and Kay G . Heath . 31 , were elected managing editor and women s editor , respectively , by the editorial board in consultation with the retiring editor-m-chief and associate editors . At the recommendation of the editorial board , these two offices were named for the purpose of more r early defining the duties of the associate editors , which positions they fill . The new editor-in-chief and his two associates take office immediately . There are two more issues of The Eagle this year , for which they will , be responsible . According to t...
David Lawrence to Speak at Meeting of Press Conference [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
David Lawrence to Speak at Meeting of Press Conference A . U . Is Host to Delegates of College Publications in District of Columbia David Lawrence , president of the United States Daily , will deliver the principal address at the spring conference of the District of Columbia Collegiate Press Conference , which will be held here on Saturday , May 3 . Norman Cramer , business manager of The Eagle is temporary chairman and has charge of the conference program , which begins at 10 : 30 a . m . with a welcome to the delegates by Dean Woods . This will be followed by an address by Arthur S . Flemming , faculty adviser of The Eagle . The morning session will be concluded with brief talks by five of the _delegates on questions pertinent to the production of college publications . It is at the luncheon , tendered to the conference by Chancellor Clark _, that Mr . Lawrence , one of the country s foremost journalists , will speak . Chancellor Clark will also make some remarks to the delegates ...
Council Considers Student Federation [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Council Considers Student Federation Edwin Kelbaugh Is Awarded Fellowship Wifflun Tyler Page to Address I . It C . Members at Banquet Matter of Joining Is Presented to Students in Assembly At a meeting of the Student Council on Thursday , April 24 , due consideration was taken upon the advisability of American University s joining The National Student Federation . The catalog of the federation was looked over by the council members present , and the whole idea met with favor among them . Most of the larger universities in the United States are listed as members of this organization , and the purpose of it is to promote inter-college friendship and to aid in the solution of student problems . Presentation of this matter is scheduled for today in student chapel . If it passes the student body , application for membership will be made immediately . It was reported at this _meeting thai the organization of an extracurricular society has been indefinitely postponed _, due to the fact tha...
Mothers to Be Honored May 11 Dinner in Honor of Mothers to Be Followed by Special Service in the Chapel [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Mothers to Be Honored May 11 Dinner in Honor of Mothers to Be Followed by Special Service in the Chapel The fifth annual Mother s Day celebration of the College of Liberal An . s of American University will take place Sunday , May 11 , at 1 : 30 . The mothers will be guests of the college at dinner in the dining room of the Women s Residence Hall and . will be presented with flowers . The dinner will be followed by a service in the chapel . The program will consist of speeches of welcome and appreciation by two students and responses by two mothers , vocal selections by representatives of the men s and women s Glee Clubs and orchestral numbers by the College Orchestra . The Vesper Committee welcomes to the College at this time in May the mothers of the students , to whom we pay tribute in love and respect . Heretofore the celebration has brought many mothers to our campus . It is expected that there will be a large gathering this year . Jane Lytle is chairman of the Vesper Committee...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Dr . Marsh to Teach Economics • t William and Mary College Dr . Charles F . Marsh , instructor in Economics and Business Adminstration in the College of Liberal Arts , announces Ms resignation to accept an Associate professorship of economics at the College of William and Mary . He will teach courses in economics theory and the economics of public utilities , beginning next September . Miss Helen Shurts ( A . U . 28 ) was married to Mr . William H . Carkhuff in Neshanic , N . J ., on Saturday , April 12 .
Alumni Association to Givo Annual Banquet on May 17 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Alumni Association to Givo Annual Banquet on May 17 Plans for the annual banquet of the American University Alumni Associa tion are rapidly nearing completion . The event is to take place on May 17 in the banquet room of the American Asso ciation of University Women s Club , located at 1634 I Street . Bids for the dinner , as well as the dance which is to fellow , are one dollar sad _seventy-nve cents per person . Invitations have been seat to the alumni sad this year s mdHBtfef classes of all branches of Amer ican University .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Midsummer Night s Dream to Be Produced May 16 Plans are rapidly nearing completion for the production of A Midsummer Night s Dream on Friday , May 16 , in the College gymnasium . It is a tradition for the Dramatic Club to give a Shakespearean play each spring . Arrangements are being made for the production of the play in the Washington and Lee High School building in Ballston , Va ., on Tuesday , May 13 .
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
PROGRAM of the wfrThird Semi-annual Session * * * f ; the District of Columbia Collegiate Press Conference 10 : 30 A . M . Hall Conference Opens—Room 107 , Hurst Address of Welcome—Dr . George B . Woods , Dean of the College Response—Mr . Herbert E . Angel , Managing Editor , The Hatchet Address—Mr . Arthur S . Flemming , Faculty Adviser , The Eagle Short talks by delegates—Catholic University , George Washington University , Georgetown University , University of Maryland , Trinity College . Adjourn to Luncheon 12 : 30 P . M . Luncheon—College Dining Hall _Addren- _^ Dr . Lucius C . Clark , Chancellor , _Amtrfcan University Address—Mr . David Lawrence , Editor , _Vnitri States Da * y Adjourn to Conference * 2 : 00 P . M . . . : _i _£ u _Presentation and Discuuion of Problems to Groups - &gt; J 9 ** Literary and Annual Group , Room »! 2-Mr . _Houstoa _*«»&gt;«« Business Group , Room 107—Mr . Cnuner . • _«**|«* _J Newspaper Editorial Oroup , Room _108-Mr . Stabey _-n _...
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY _AVbJhtfk _^^ _B- _^^ _k _« _Km- _^^ _K- - - _>^^~ _^^ _A M [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY _AVbJhtfk _^^ _B- _^^ _k _« _Km- _^^ _K- - - _&gt;^^~ _^^ _A M Washington , D . C . ( To which we return to conduct a questionnaire . ) Win yourself a Shetland pony , or a grand piano , or a Family s Delight Lawn Croquet Set , or a Ph . D . All you have to do is answer the following set of questions perfectly . When you have sent in the correct set of answers , we will give you permission to sell , at $ 1 . 50 each , genuine lithographed pictures of Pancho Villa , in two colors ( white and black ) . When you have sold 250 of these pictures you will be entitled to two votes in our popularity contest . Some one is bound to win No blanks . P . D . Q . from , Virginia , wires : In just 3 _J _4 days I sold 2 of these pictures . A . W . 0 . L ., from Blank , Montana , writes : These pictures even look like Pancho . Don t miss this opportunity . It comes just once in a lifetime . Free !!! To the first 20 , 000 sending in their answers we will give an ext...
Junior Prom Held Amid Distinctive Decorations [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 May 1930
Junior Prom Held Amid Distinctive Decorations Green Hangings and Soft Lights Lend Enchantment ; Grand March One _ of . Features ] A grand march , novel souvenir programs _, and an entirely new decorative effect were the features of the junior prom which was given in the college gymnasium , last Saturday evening April 26 , by the class of 1931 , in honor of the senior class . The prom was attended by members of the junior and senior classes , and their guests . The grand march , done to the tune of Sons of A . U ., took place at nine o clock , thus officially opening the dance . The juniors were led by Blake Espey . president of the class , and his guest , Betty Towne , while the seniors formed in a line behind their president , Milton Crist , with his partner , Alice Hetzel . The two groups , coming together in a double line of couples , marched the length of the room , first in fours then in alternating couples , finally meeting on the stage from which they passed once more to the ...