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STUDENT PARTY MAKES TRIP TO FT . MYER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

STUDENT PARTY MAKES TRIP TO FT . MYER On Friday afternoon , _Februarj eighteenth , all students who so desired , accompanied by representatives of the faculty and guests , so journed to Fort Myer , Virginia where the Third Cavalry delighted the spectators with an exhibition ride . The trip was really exceedingly interesting and packed full of thrills . The first number on the program was a Mounted Band . This unusual feat was followed by the Second Squadron which kept the on-lookerB ever wondering as to itl next move . This latter was an intricate performance and it received much applause . Next came the Jumping Troop E . The name it « self explains it and admiration was expressed by the tense crowd throughout the entire demonstration by sincere ohs and aha . Then followed the Officers Horses in Movements of the Riding school , and the Gymnastic Side , Troop G . Both were cleverly and skillfully done The last three numbers were : Horses over a Course of Obstacles , an K _*&g...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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TO THE BASKETBALL TEAM [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

TO THE BASKETBALL TEAM ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL IDEALS OPPORTUNITY FOR SPRING TRIPS This season American University really sent out her first Varsity basketball team , but despite this primacy , no one may _Question the high caliber of the . organization . The men have won phonomenal success and have established a high record of 800 per cent in twenty heated contests . The winning of games is secondary to clean play , sportsmanship , spirit , and loyalty . The record is doubly great , however , if a team is able to add to these pre-requisite qualities a substantial number of victories . A combination of these two notable features has been the fine contribution of the basketball team to this college . The Eagle wishes to compliment the players and the coach and to express the appreciation and congratulations of the stuJ&t&for the successful season _.., Specialization is becoming more and more the custom in the United States . No longer is it confined to the _Busin...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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GRIPPE TAKES JLARGE TOLL Like Sparking , Popular Disease Has Been Scienticized [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

GRIPPE TAKES JLARGE TOLL Like Sparking , Popular Disease Has Been Scienticized Co-Eds Visit White House It has never been made a secret that the students of A . U . have opportunities for acquiring a far wider range of training than is offered to most college young people . For instance , at least fifty per cent of the dormitory girls take practical courses in caring for children , thus contributing both to their knowledge and to their pocket books . Within the past fortnight a new department has sprung up with such startling rapidity that at the present time it might almost be called full fledged . And indeed what could be , more useful on a college campus during the trying weather of February than a full flledged hospital ? Realizing this , many students have nobly contributed themselves either as patients or as nurses , often as both . Falling in line with the government research work being done next door these serious minded students have scientifically worked out symptoms , pro...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

_aOtKXXKXXXXKWKX * A _* , _K X « _W X _KXXXK _rtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXWGGOOBOO 1 Ci ) t _Spectator The Basketball Team s Contribution to College Spirit Our basketball team has been a real sensation . It has challenged the hearty approval of our entire community—the College , the neighborhood , the District . More than that , from Yale to the Rockies colleges are actually inquiring , How did this mere infant among American Colleges develop such a team ? The answer in not in that the men were ready-made prodigies , not that their physical ability worked wonders ; the answer lies deeper than the physical—it was that indomit ¬ able will , that unquestionable loyalty that has marked every intercollegiate fray entered by American University students . The players have actually submerged self . They have sacrificed self for time to practice ; they have given up social functions ; they have even risked good scholarship—and all for the love of clean , wholesome sport . But sacrifice is not without i...

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EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

EAGLES EYE Snap Shots Wanted for Aucola FLU STRANGELY CONTAGIOUS The College Boy s Letter Home Dear Pa , How s Ma ? Send Money . Rah , Rah . —Cincinnatti Cynic . Landing a Passenger . Ruth rode in my new cycle car In the seat in back of me ; I took a bump at fifty-five , And rode on ruthlessly . —Boston Transcript . Man ( in speeding car , to driver ) : Say , this is a pretty town , wasnt it ??? —Harvard Lampoon . The proverbial Englishman walked into a college town cafe . Approaching the nearest booth , he was about to enter when he noticed a sign on the door , Engaged . Bless my soul , he remarked as he stepped hurriedly away , I hope they are . —Iowa Frival . Dv . Kinsman— Ever had economics ? • Freshman— No ! Just measles and chicken pox . —Boston Beanpot . Are we going dutch on this , asked the sarcastic diner of a friend whose hand appeared to be caught in his pocket , or are you going Scotch ? —Detroit News . La grippe has been traveling from one to another of the students at...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

Professor Will Hutehins addressed the Methodist preachers of Washington at their regular meeting in the Methodist Building last Monday morning . Professor Hutehins wili also main an address before the Colonial Dame * on March 14 at the Phillips Gallery . He speaks at the Vnhmt aity of Maryland on March 17 .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every three weeks by tlie Students of the College _»> t Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington . D . C . Subscription Price : Two Dollars a Year . I STAFF _teter in-chief - ¦ — -Hugh W . Speer Business Manager Botaml M . Rice Assistant Business Manager . — , David R Morgan Make-up Editors Roland Parrish , Samuel Bilbrough _K Readers „ ¦ Helen Roher , W . Willis Dd . pl . in Special Correspondent— Pauline A . Frederick 2 rt _ Margaret Fleming Athletics : _ZZZZ :: _iZ-- ~ _- James Sullivan _*»„_ _..- _^ _^ . 1 Irene Dezendorf S ? y ; :: _5 : r _ ::.--l- Dorothea Mehring _* _%£ _--:::: __ _, _ __^ -I— -- Mary Campbell REPORTERS Catherine Edwards Florence Lyman Dorothy Moore Margaret Sikes Raymond Spaeth Howard Rash SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Dorothy Buchan Lucile Imlay Hilda Bull Elizabeth Joyce Margaret Cross • Katherine Louise Morris iLaura Everett Lois Towner Beth Hill Aileen Vivash

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

College Calendar March 4—Fri ., W . S . G . A . Tea . March 8—Tue 8 . ( History Club . March 9—Wed ., Women s Guild Dinner . March 11 , 13—Student Volunteer Conference . March 16—Wed ., Mathematics Club . March 19—Sat ., Debate , A . U . vs . Western Maryland .

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A . U . TREASURES { [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

A . U . TREASURES { George Washington George Washington , in a letter dated March 16 , 1795 , unknowingly set forth many of the ideals and purposes of our American University . This letter is a prized possession of the University , a real A . U . treasure . Because of its significance in connection with the development of American University and because of its historical interest as a document penned by The Father of our Country , a copy of the letter ia reprinted in its original form . The letter reads as follows : Philadelphia , 16 th March , 1796 Sir , Ever since the General Assembly of Virginia were pleased to submit to my disposal fifty shares in the Potomack , and one hundred in the James River Company , it has been my anxious desire to appropriate them to an object , most worthy of public regard . It is with indiscribable regret , that I have seen the youth of the United States migrating to foreign countries , in order to acquire the higher branches of erudition , and to obta...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

EAGLES HEAT VA . MEDICOS In a game in which hard-play featured , American University defeated the Medical College of Virginia , 35-27 , in the A . U . Gym , February 12 . Despite the fact that American triumphed , there was a general letdown in team play as contrasted with the work of the quint against Gallaudet . The Eagles did not function well as a unit , their passing being inaccurate , and their floor work slow . Leon Schloss and Sawyer each played a whale of a game for American , the work of Sawyer being especially pleasing . In the recent games Tom has certainly found his scoring eye . American began the game with a succession of baskets , and piled up eight points before the visitors registered . The score at the half was 25-13 , in American s favor , Hicks , the Medicos left forward , having accounted for eleven of the points scored by his team . In the second half the Eagles wilted , lost their attack , and were actually out-played by the Medicos . The Virginians , however...

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A . U . WINS SIXTEEN OF TWENTY GAMES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

A . U . WINS SIXTEEN OF TWENTY GAMES Continueil from Page 1 baskets and making good on three free throws for a total of 11 points . Keale was best for the Cardinals , Bcoring 10 points . A capacity crowd was on hand , the gym being filled to the doors . The game itself was the hardest fought at American during the past season . Defeated by Gallaudet Playing without the services of Schloss , who was ill , American University last Saturday found the strength of Gallaudet too great to overcome , and succumbed with the score of 25-17 , at Gallaudet . Not only was Schloss absent , but neither Birthright nor Banta was in condition to make a creditable showing , Birthright especially moving about the court with difficulty , due to his sprained ankle . American s line-up was further weakened by the withdrawal of Hubbie Elliot in the second half , on account of personal fouls . The Gallaudete team started the game last Saturday as if it intended to win in a walk away , and led 13-5 at the ha...

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A . U . CO-EDS DEFEAT MARJORIE WEBSTER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

A . U . CO-EDS DEFEAT MARJORIE WEBSTER The girls basketball team won over Marjorie Webster Night School with a score of 22-18 , last Friday night , February 18 , in a hard fought game in the A . U . girls gym . During the first half of the game the prospects of A . U . were not bright , as at the first quarter the score was 12-0 in favor of the Marjorie Webster team , and at the half the visitors were still ahead , 14-3 . During the third quarter the score was tied , 14-14 , and in the last eight minutes the A . U . girls forged ahead so that the final score stood 22-18 in their favor . American U . G FG P Fellows , f . 6 1 13 Chadwick , f . 0 0 0 Ely , f . 4 1 9 Severance , c . 0 0 0 Macafee , sc . 0 0 0 Humphreys , sc . 0 0 0 Imlay , g . 0 0 0 Martz , g . 0 0 0 Totals 10 2 22 The style and size of the letter to be used as the athletic award have been selected by a special committee authorized by the faculty . This committee is composed of the standing Committee on Athletics with t...

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CALENDAR OP WASHING -TON EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

CALENDAR OP WASHINGTON EVENTS 1 . The opera Rigoletto , with Luella Melius , heads the bill of events for this week . Time : Saturday , March 6 . Place : Washing * ton Auditorium . 2 . The Washington Shakespeare Society players will present Much Ado About Nothing . Time : March 9 and 10 . Place : Pierce Hall , 16 th and Harvard Sts . 3 . The Philadelphia Orchestra will play at the Washington Auditorium , Tuesday , February 30 at 4 : 30 P . M . 4 . The Annual Conference of the Student Volunteers will convene at the American University , Hurst Hall , from March 11-14 .

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FOR EVERY OCCASION GUDE _& os - [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

FOR EVERY OCCASION GUDE _& os - Three Stores for Your Convenience 1212 F St . N . W . ll 02 Conn . Av Main 4278 Main 1102 3103 14 th St . N . W . —Col . 3103 Members _ofFlorists Telegraph Dellverv

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

The TURNSTILE 3713 Macomb Street Dinners , 75 c and $ 1 Teas Gifts Cards Sunday Supper ART Muth rilV 1 710 13 th Supplies M . 6386 SPORT MART Athletic Goods 914 F Street 1303 F Street 1410 New York Ave . Bethesda Farms Dairy Telephones : Betheada 78 Cleveland 110 Barber and Ross Inc . 11 th and GSts _.. N . W . Hardware , House Furnishings , Tools , Radio and Auto Supplies PRINTING HOUSE OF Jas . C . Wood 2021 Nichols Ave . S . E Washington , D . C . _3 IIIIIIIIIIIIC LINCOLN 238 _IIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

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A . U . WINS SIXTEEN OF TWENTY GAMES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

A . U . WINS SIXTEEN OF TWENTY GAMES Skill _sttiMd ( Continued from I _aK 1 . _t » _l- 4 ) American s Luck Changes ease , defeating Lynchburg , Blue Ridge , Gallaudet , and Washington Square College of New York University by top heavy scores , and winning hard fought games from Western Maryland and Medical College of Virginia . In the Washington Square game Birthright sprained his ankle , and was out for the greater number of the remaining games . Elliot filling capably the vacancy left by his absence . At this stage of the series American struck a snag and could win only two of the remaing five games , defeating easily Shenendoah and St . John s College , but losing hard fought games to Gallaudet , George Washington , and Catholic Univer game the Eagles were out played by the Hachetites , being decidedly off form . In the Gallaudet contest the inability of Schloss to play , and the poor physical condition of Banta and Birthright had much to do with the outcome . Against Catholic Un...

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First Musical Concert Of Series Given [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

First Musical Concert Of Series Given Obituary Of Dr . Dawson Written By Dr . Collier On Monday evening , February 21 , students of American University were delightfully entertained by the Nordiac Guitar and Mandolin Club , which gave a concert in the parlor of the Women s Residence Hall . A well chosen variety of selections was played and several very pleasing solos added further to the success of the concert . This was the first of a group of concerts scheduled for the present semester . Concerts will be given by Prof . R . Deane Shure ; Mr . Hoffman , violinist in the Marine Band ; Miss Katherine Riggs , harpist ; and Mrs . Elvina N . Rowe . Students have heart Miss Riggs and Mrs . Rowe before and are sure to look forward with joy to their coming concerts . With no less joy do they anticipate the program of Mr . Hoffman and of Prof . Shure . Mr . Shure s program will consist of piano numbers of his own composition . The next of these concerts will be given April 2 . Women s Guild...

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Modern Shoe Shop [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1927

Modern Shoe Shop SALVATORl MANCARI , Prop 3704 M _. comb Street N . W . Goodyear Shoe-Repairing System

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