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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 14 April 1927
FreemanBros . Markets Fancy Groceries 4523 WISCONSIN AVK . Clev . 4838 Clew 4839 PHOTOGRAPHS TOWLES OF WASHINGTON Studios : Telephone : 1526 Conn . Ave . North 1804 Modern Shoe Shop SALVATORI MANCARI , Prop 3704 Macomb Street N . W . Goodyear Shoe-Repairing System Barber and Ross Inc llthandGSts ., N . W . Hardware , House Furnishing * , Tools , Radio and Auto Supplies
WILL OBSERVE MOTHERS' DAY A . U . Students To Entertain Mothers—Services To Be Held In Chapel TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
WILL OBSERVE MOTHERS DAY A . U . Students To Entertain Mothers—Services To Be Held In Chapel TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS PIONEER MOTHERS DR . WOODS INSPECTS THE NEGRO SCHOOLS Rash And Dezendorf To Head Gosling Court Sunday , May 8 th , will be Mother s Day . Invitations have been mailed to all mothers of American University students , asking them to be guests at the dinner to be served at one-thirty in the dining room of the Womens Residence Hall . All other guests will be accomodated upon payment of the usual dinner fee . Arrangements for accomodation of guests should be made at once with Catherine Edwards . At three-thirty there will be a Mothers Day service in the Chape ] room in Hurst Hall to which all guests are cordially invited . Mrs . F . C . Reynolds will be the speaker . An interesting program is being arranged by the Vesper Committee . In the days of early American history , small bands of courageous pioneers set out to blaze trails in the wilderness . They were not all men ! Wive...
FIRST AUCOLA IS OUT TODAY Junior and Senior Classes Establish Traditions For College Annual BISHOP HURST HONORED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
FIRST AUCOLA IS OUT TODAY Junior and Senior Classes Establish Traditions For College Annual BISHOP HURST HONORED WEAVER PIANO GIVEN FOR CHAPEL USE Juniors To Entertain Seniors Formally SOPHOMORE DANCE The Aucola is here ! Today American Universitys first annual is placed before the eyes of the students and the public . After making a late start the staff put every ounce of strength they could muster to the task of producing a year book which would in the best way portray the life and spirit of A . U . The book is bound in an attracive blue cover embossed in gold , bearing the title , Aucola , Nineteen Hundred and Twenty Seven . The first thing in the book to greet the reader s eye is the opening section printed in black on pages framed with a blue border . The 1927 AUCOLA is dedicated to the memory of the late Bishop William Fletcher Hurst , founder of American University . The theme is colonial , carrying out the idea of American beginnings . The book is divided into six sections ,...
NEW STAGE INITIATED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
NEW STAGE INITIATED NEW EAGLE STAFF CHOSEN Servant In The House ( Jets Big Ovation—Stage Now Equipped— As You Like It , May 20 . The first dramatic performance , ever to be held in the new theatregymnasium , was successfully given last Friday , April 29 , when the Womens Guild of the American University presented the Washington Drama Society in Charles Rand Kennedy s , The Servant in the House . Over three hundred and fifty people attended the initial performance . The college was represented in the cast by Professor Will Hutchins , who took the part of the Vicar , and W . Willis Delaplain who took the part of Rogers . Mr . Smith prepared to play the part of Bishop in the expected absence of Mr . Rhodes , who returned in time to play the part . The play , well acted , was further enhanced by the setting , made possible by the new equipment of the stage . The complete cast was as follows : Manson , Walter Beck ; Robert Smith , Robert Clear ; The Bishop of Lancashire , Arthur Rhodes ;...
A . U . ACTIVE IN SPRING ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
A . U . ACTIVE IN SPRING ATHLETICS NEW PHYSICS PROF . CHOSEN FOR 27- 28 Baseball Games To Be Scheduled With O . W . And Gallaudet—To Enter Track Meet . Athletic activities this spring at American , after a late start , are under way , with baseball and track receiving the greater share of attention . Baseball games will be arranged during the remaining days of school with George Washington and Gallaudet . American will also likely participate in the joint track meet to be staged soon at C . U ., with Dave Morgan , Milton Crist , and Hubbie Elliot probable entrants . Sawyer and Gray form the battery for American in baseball , with Bittinger or Christie , first base ; Reynolds , second base ; Schloss , short stop ; and Birthright , third base . Elliott , Nicholson , and Tammany complete the outfield . American dropped a practice game to George Washington , last Tuesday , 11—7 , at St . Albans , sloppy fielding in all departments being the main reason for the loss . The Hatchetites sco...
STUDENT-FACULTY PICNIC PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
STUDENT-FACULTY PICNIC PLANNED Baseball Game A Feature Of A . U . Picnic To Be Held In Rock Creek Park . The student body is planning to give the faculty of the college a picnic on Saturday , May 14 , in Rock Creek Park . This is a return picnic given in appreciation of the one given the students last year by the Faculty Womens Club . Arrangements are being made for the transportation to the park . The executive committee is composed of Beulah Widstrand , chairman ; Orton Karickoff , and Milton Crist . The eats committee is Dorothy Mehring , Florence Lyman , Margarete Sikes , Iris Humphreys , Ail een _Vivash , and Lela Covert . David Morgan has charge of the transportation and Milton Crist and Sara Martz are planning the entertainment . A faculty-student baseball game is being planned for the afternoon . All lovers of amateur baseball and the arguments which accompany such a game without the services of a big league umpire will recall with pleasure this event of last year . A tie in...
OMMENCEMENT PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
OMMENCEMENT PROGRAM May 27 , Fri . Alumnae dinner ut &lt; i _:- ! _0 in the college dining hall . Slay 2 « , Sat . Class Day . Stunts in the evening . May 29 , Sun . Baccalaureate Sunday Service in the gymnasium in the afternoon , Chancellor Clark giving the address . May 30 , Mon . Chancellor and Mrs . Clarks reception at their home in honor of the graduates . May 31 , Tues . 10 : 00 A . M . Semi-Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees in the Battelle Memorial . Meeting of the Women s Guild in the W . R . H . 8 : 00 P . M . Convocation Day _Exerciser in the gyntnasium . _isishop Francis J . McConnell of Pittsburg . Degrees to be given sixty graduates .
COLLEGE CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
COLLEGE CALENDAR May 7 , Sat . Herman Hoffman of the Marine Band to give Violin Recital in W . R . H . May 8 , Sun . Mother s Day Dinner 1 : 30 and program 3 : 30 . May 10 , Tues . History Club . May 12 , Thurs . Junior-Senior Banquet . May 13 , Fri . Soph . Dance . May 14 , Sat . Faculty-Student Picnic in Rock Creek Park . May 18 , Wed . Math Club meeting . May 20 , Frt . Ab You Like It . May 21 , Sat . Senior Breakfast given by Miss Brown and Dean Woods . Final examinations begin .
THE "AUCOLA" OF 1927 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
THE AUCOLA OF 1927 RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GOSLING COURT EXEMPTION FOR SENIORS The appearance of the AUCOLA today marks one of the most important milestones in the history of the college and is a worthy indication of the record progress which has been made . The publication of a year book the second year is one more distinction which American University alone can claim , The plans for the AUCOLA were made reluctantly and fearfully , because of the difficult and uncertain task of pioneering against great odds such as financing the project in a small student body , the late start , and discovering talent in a small group already burdened with activities . But the task has been accomplished ! Although it is a book of the highest quality it has been a financial success . Editorially the book is most gratifying for its originality , literary merit , splendid art work , and its perfect portrayal of the A . U . life and spirit . The EAGLE wishes to congratulate the members of the junior and ...
I _tElje _Spectator | [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
I _tElje _Spectator | Advocating The Adoption o The Eagle As A Mascot . Some of the richest traditions o a college are those associated wit ) the mascot . As every nation ha ! its national bird or animal , it is th &lt; custom of universities to have mas cots . As yet A . U . has not fallen ir line with this custom but should d ( so immediately thus establishing £ most worth-while tradition thai would contribute greatly to the college spirit . The eagle would be the most fitting and appropriate mascot which could be chosen for American University . Since the eagle is the national bird it well becomes the name American ; besides it is the name oi the college paper and has been accepted as the emblem designating the basketball team . The eagle would be a suitable mascot in every respect . It has always been regarded as the symbol of royalty and has the proverbial distinction of being the king of birds . It is symbolic of strength , endurance , Jong life , lofty flight , powerf...
1 " ¦¦ ¦¦ -- ¦ i-f | _-n-ii-n-ii-ji 7 ii I Around The World I With "Wolly " tp j _nirarajswr _ararararaiBraraisirarainirara / _niroMrafiOR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
1 ¦¦ ¦¦ -- ¦ i-f | _-n-ii-n-ii-ji 7 ii I Around The World I With Wolly tp j _nirarajswr _ararararaiBraraisirarainirara / _niroMrafiOR i n in T I _^ STILL GOING AROUND THI WORLD—CHICAGO The Land of the Brave nnd th &lt; Home of the Free . I was unable to get a war tank so I doubled my insurance , hired i lawyer to make my will , looked ovei some choice plots in a local cemetery and set out for the wilds of Chicagi with only a passport from the Unite * States and my baggage . Upon _mj arrival I was not greeted by th &lt; usual brass band , but by a _coupli of bandits . Instead of the usua noise made by drums and trumpets was the noise the bandits made _bj shooting bullets off a tin sign ad vertising Listerine . After my wonderful reception ] started to tour the town . I diS covered it was election time , so ] went to the polls to see what wai doing . I asked a by-stander if h &lt; thought Babe Ruth , Goose Goslin , oi Big Bill Thompson was going to be elected ....
THE BIG BROTHER AND SISTER MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
THE BIG BROTHER AND SISTER MOVEMENT A tradition which was inaugurated last year with much success was the Big Brother and Big Sister movement . Briefly , the idea of the movement is this : That each old student be a Big Brother or Sister by being responsible for one or more new students . The interpretation of the word responsible depends on the interest of the Big Brother or Sister . It is customary for them to write to the Litle Brother or Little Sister before the opening of the college in September , and to see that there is no feeling of strangeness or lonesomeness the first week on the new campus . Important as is this phase of the Big Brother and Big Sister activity , it may be interpreted much more broadly if the old students are sufficiently interested . For it is from the Big Brother and Big Sister that the new student receives his first impressions of A . U . friendliness and courtesy , his ideas of college standards , of customs and traditions previously inaugurated , of ...
COLLEGE CANINES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
COLLEGE CANINES Some one told me I might see some wonderful sights in Chicago s famous Loop . That s the place where even street cars get lost on foggy days . I visited a department store in the Loop , _and I asked a floor-walker where I might find the department where knitting needles were sold . He told me to look for the electric escalator up the aisle . I said I wasnt interested in egg beaters , and he got angry , so I left . I then visited the stock yards , where coWs , pigs , and sheep go in one end , and Sloan s Liniment , saxaphones , and canned corned beef come out of the other end . Miracle of miracles , I managed to survive the machine-gun bullets , the bombs bursting in air , and the instalment collectors , so I started home . If I can get a compass , I shall next visit Boston . Dogs are given credit for being creatures of high intelligence . The ones that are to be seen around the campus are probably most intelligent . They seem to have a taste for good company and a th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 6 May 1927
STAFF Editor-in-chief Hugh W . Speer Associate Editor Sarah E . Rohet Business Manager Roland M . Rice Assistant Business Manager David R . Morgan Make-up Editors Roland Parrish , Samuel Bilbrough Proof Readers Helen Roher _, W . Willis Delaplain Special Correspondent Pauline A . Frederick Art Margaret Fleming Athletics 1 James Sullivan Humor Irene Dezendorf Society * Dorothea Mehring Typist Mary Campbell REPORTERS Catherine Edwards Florence Lyman Dorothy Moore Margaret Sikes Raymond Spaeth Howard Rash SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Dorothy Buchan Kay Lou Morris Laura Everett . Aileen Vivash Lela Couvert Alice Hetzel Elizabeth Joyce Gordon Smith