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A . U . WINS FIVE OUT OF SIX GAMES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
A . U . WINS FIVE OUT OF SIX GAMES A . U . Defeats N . Y . Univ _( _Coiitiiiuetl from _lirst Tan * ) accurate passers , they were _sadlj off in shooting , failing time aftei time to make a basket after advancing the ball into Americans territory . Hubbie Elliott , substituting foi Banta , who jumped center in _plact of Birthright , worked in well with the combination , and played a whale of a floor game . The floor work and accurate shooting of the Eagles proved toe much for Gallaudet throughout the contest . Also , the visitors star forwards , Dyer and _Cosgrove , failed to shine , Dyer sinking only two baskets from scrimmage and Cosgrove one . American was the first to score and enjoyed a 7-0 lead , before Gallaudet registered a point . At anather stage American was leading LI—2 , but here Gallaudet put on 3 team , and actually outplayed the Eagles fr the remainder of the period , the half ending with the score , 15—9 , in American s favor . In the second half Gallaudet was the fi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
IA . U . TREASURES ®® Q 0 _&amp;O ® Q ® Q&amp;QGe&amp;&amp; ® Q ® Q ® 8 ® _Artemus Martin s Collection . Books of history , books of travel , books about books , and books about binding , books of science , books on art , books about botany , dictionnaries of slang , a burlesque of Homer s Iliad , old books , new books , well bound books , books not so well bound , and Mathematic books in general , all are included in the library of Artemus Martin M . A ., Ph . D ., LL . D ., which is possessed by the American University Library . When Dr . Martin died in 1918 , his library became the property of American University . It was a real bequest—a library whose books filled a three story house , with shelves on all the walls , and piles on all the floors . It numbered about ten thousand volumes besides a large number of pamphlets and journals , whose original cost was $ 40 , 000 , but whose present day value is much greater . The collection is truly remarka...
ESSAY CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
ESSAY CONTEST The committee who judged th « Lincoln Essay Contest has announced its decision . The winning essay , entitled , Lincoln and the Part He Played in Maintaining the Nations Unity , was written by Hugh Speer . The following members of the faculty composed the adjudicating committee : Dean Woods , Dean Brown , and Professors Kaufman , Kinsman and Hutchins . The contest has been sponsored by the District of Columbia Society of Dames of the Loyal Legion . On February 11 th , at a breakfast to be given by this society at the New Willard Hotel , Speer s essay will be read and the prize of twenty-five dollars awarded . Do you mean to tell me that you have lived here ten years and capnot tell me the quickest way to the station ? I ve been a taxi driver all those years . —Notre Dame Juggler . &amp;&amp;
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
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U U [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
U U 37 cC Playing below their usual _standarc _SBdThewing up in off color , th &lt; Eagles met their only defeat of this season at the hands of Catholic Uni versity by a score of 34 to 22 , at the Brookland gym on January 14 . American- Catholic Game . Foley * &gt;* f Catholic was the individual star of the game , the big Cardinal guard sinking 7 baskets and making good on two free throws for a total score of 16 points . American , while playing a fast passing game , lacked the ability to work the ball into scoring position with any degree of success , whereas Catholic broke through American s defense on numerous occasions to score . Bill Banta was the star for American , successfully guarding at different intervals of the game both Foley and Long , while scoring 10 points of American s total . Birthright and Kessler also did good work for the Eagles . C . U . assumed the lead at the start of the game , and was never headed by American , although the Eagles , in the ...
VALENTINE DINNER TO- EAGLE SCREAM MORROW NIGHT — [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
VALENTINE DINNER TO- EAGLE SCREAM MORROW NIGHT — The second annual Valentine dinner will be held tomorrow evening in the college dining hall at 6 : 15 . The decoration committee is planing special valentine decorations . A number of town students and outside _, guests are expected at the dinner . The committee in charge of the dinner is as follows : Helen Roher , general chairman ; decoration committee ; Irene Dezendorf , chairman ; Mary Campbell ; and Dorothy Buchan ; table committee ; Aileen Vivash , chairman ; Wilda Maxson ; and Lucile Imlay . _x Mary had a little lamli , So runs the anecdote , But Mary Campbells little lamb Is just a Billy-goat . A . G .: Every time I kiss you Im a better man . K . M .: Well , you neednt try to go to Heaven in one night . She—You neck just like your brother . He—So your sister was telling me . How came that bruise on your forehead ? Bumped it getting out of bed on a Pullman . Its a berth mark . —Selected . The skin of the human palm is seventy-s...
DEAN BROWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
DEAN BROWN Dean Mary Louise Brown spent January twentieth to twenty-second in New York City , where she attended the Personnel Research Conference of College Placement Secretaries and Personnel Managers of large industries . The Conference was held at the Hotel Pennsylvania . During the mornings separate sessions were held for each of the two groups . In the evenings the two mgt in joint sessions . The delegates presented the findings of their work as they had approached it from a modern , scientific and psychological viewpoint . Each group was intertsted in learning the best method of placing the right man in the most congenial work . In a brief visit to Columbia University , Miss Brown attended one lecture , given by Dr . Greenberg , under the auspices of the Child Study Association of America . It was also her good fortune to witness two plays , the one a Theater Guild production of The Silver Cord in which Laura Hope Crewes played the leading role , the other , Copensacchi with ...
DEAN WOODS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
DEAN WOODS Dean G . B . Woods made the midyear commencement address for both Tech and Western High Schools . Dr . Woods spoke on Some Requisites _, of Successful Living ,, at Tech on January 28 . His subject at Western , on January 31 , was Modern American Youth . Dean Woods was one of the judges of the debates between the men s and women s teams of Ohio Wesleyan and George Washington on last Friday and Saturday nights . Dean Woods addressed the Lio _. n s Club of Washington , at their luncheon last Wednesday .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 11 February 1927
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EAGLES CLOSE SEASON WITH SIXTEEN WON-FOUR LOST . U . Basketeers Lose To C . U . For Second Time And Divide Honors With G . W . And Gallaudet - Making Four Defeats In Twenty Games [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927
EAGLES CLOSE SEASON WITH SIXTEEN WON-FOUR LOST \ . U . Basketeers Lose To C . U . For Second Time And Divide Honors With G . W . And Gallaudet - Making Four Defeats In Twenty Games Student Volunteers To Hold Conference At A TO HOLD BANQUET Eagles Pile Up a Total Scon Of 653 Against 438 By Their Opponents Sixteen victories and four defeats is the record of American Univer sity s first year of intercollegiate basketball which closed last Thurs day . No institution in the vicinitj of Washington can boast of a bettei record this season , and collegiate athletic history reveals no such ttcromplishment ever made before bj a college in the second year of its _sxistence . Throughout the schedule American averaged 32 . 6 points per game tc 21 . 9 for the opposition , and out3 Cored her opponents by a total of S 53 points to 438 . Credit for such a splendid showing must be given to Banta , Birthright , Kessler , Sawyer and _Schloss who formed the regular combination , and to Elliot , Caples ,...
WORK BEGINS IN DRAMATICS "As You Like It" To Be Leading Production For This Year OFFICERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927
WORK BEGINS IN DRAMATICS As You Like It To Be Leading Production For This Year OFFICERS ELECTED VESPER PROGRAM HAS BEEN OF INTEREST The Dramatic Club of the Amer ican University had its first _reKulai class Monday night , February 28 in the new theater-gym . Accom panying Professor Hutchin s roll call was a request for demonstra _tions of the ability of the severa members of the class , a reading Blue Monday , given by Sara Martz being one of the most amusing . The nominating committee madt its report and the following officers were elected : president , W . Willis Delaplain ; vice president , Lucile [ mlay ; secretary , Lois Towner ; treasurer , Arthur Gerth . . Professor Hutchins reported that he was very well pleased with the acoustics of the building which were tried for the first titne . The Dramatic Club held its first neeting Monday evening in the dinng room of the Women s Residence Hall . After the business meeting Mr Hutchins talked to the club , outlining the work for the ...
NOTED NATURALIST VISITS A . U . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927
NOTED NATURALIST VISITS A . U . Faculty And Students Are Taken Back To Nature For The Hour j Dan McCowan has now nearlj two hundred more friends than h &lt; had a week ago . For Dan Me Cowan , from the Canadian Rockj town of Banf , stepped on the plat form during chapel last Friday and by means of his exquisite lantern slides , his sparkling wit , and hie magnetic personality literally carried the entire student body into the far north , into the land he loves , into the land which has given him pictures of nearly priceless value . These pictures reveal Nature in her myriad moods . Some show the mpressive grandeur of towering ; rags and peaks , others the delicacy &gt; f snow-flung ferns . Some reveal ; he fury of the mountain blizzard , ind others the calm of summer sunrise . Some of the slides unfold the ives of the giant animals as the _&gt; ear _, bison , and mountain lion , _ithers expose the domestic secrets of the tiny creatures of the woodi as the chi...
WOMEN OF FACULTY GIVE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927
WOMEN OF FACULTY GIVE PARTY Projection of _Baty * Pictures Interesting FeatureFlea Game Enjoyed At no social function of the schoo has there been such a turn out as there was last Friday night for the Faculty Womens Club party . Last year s students had noised abroad the wonder of the picnic given by the club last year , and evidently the new students some of them from Missouri ) decided to see for themselves . A clever hand shaking game began the fun , and set the pace for the spirit of fun which prevailed throughout the evening . Student propensities for drawing , biology , and a certain other game in which boneB are rolled ( not parchesi ) were clearly demonstrated as couples moved from table to table in the delightful game of Flea . Archie became the happy recipient of a box of flea powder as a prize for holding the highest score , while Dr . _Bentley , finding his knowledge of the human mind to no avail in the case of fleas , was endowed with an egg beater with which to beat ne...