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CLASS OF ' 27 PLANTS IVY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
CLASS OF 27 PLANTS IVY i . U . HAS PORTRAIT OF COL . BATTELLE Wall Clock Presented to Batelle Memorial as Gift of Senior Class . In accordance with the college tradition , the Senior Class began its program of outdoor events on Monday afternoon , by planting ivy . The ivy , a piece of the traditional vine from Mt . Vernon , was planted by Mrs . Chaffin and Catherine Edwards , who besides being the oldest and youngest members respectively , represent a land across the seas as well as the District of Columbia , j The planting of the class tree folv lowed with Cecilia Sheppard in charge . After reading an invocation To the Trees , the Senior President presented the tree and the class members planted the first class tree of the College . The tree , a magnolia , promises to be the first of a group , or circle , to be planted by the succeeding classes of the College . The presentation of the Class gift , a Seth Thomas wall clock , was presented , in the Battelle Memorial , where it will r...
FAREWELL TO SENIORS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
FAREWELL TO SENIORS HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSE It is with mingled feelings of elation and regret that every college bids God speed to its Seniors . It shares with them the joy and satisfaction of the completion of a worthy task . It glories in their past achievements and in the promises which the future holds for them . It hopes for them the consummation of their aims and ideals with which it has striven to endow them . But at the same time there is a strong reluctance at seeing the members of longest standing pass out of the college gtwp There is a half-concealed fear as to what the untried future may bring . And , most of all , there is the age old sadness of farewell . Evidence of good works and achievements always arouses interest in the one who is responsible for them . A survey of the wonderful progress of the American University for the first two years raises the question , to whom should the credit be given ? Truely , every administrative officer...
STUDENT _^ PICNIC Picnickers Are Undaunted Although Rained Upon [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
STUDENT _^ PICNIC Picnickers Are Undaunted Although Rained Upon Chancellor Holds Reception There should never he such a thing as drought . Whenever farmers have a dry spell , all they _havt to do is to pall a picnic , and presto ! —there is rain . This system is at least successful at A . U . Saturday , May 14 , we had a picnic . The weather man must have thought we were kidding about our picnic , because in the morning it did not rain . We thought he had forgot all about it , so we went out to Rock Creek Park . A . half hour later we came back to the gymnasium . We gave our clothes a chance to dry , and then we went on with our picnic . The girls got generous and threw a big feed . Everyone got in line in the come and get it fashion . It s all right to be polite and all that , but if you dont want to starve you have to give up your manners for a bit . Those at the beginning of the line got beans by the dipper-full . Those at the end of the line had their beans all counted for them ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
_» B &lt; XX » ei _0 OG _© G &lt;&gt; G &lt; XWCiO « _OOC _JGUOCM _XXJWOOOOG I _Ctje _Spectator Retrospect and Prospect . A survey of the development of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University at the close of its second year calls forth a few speculations concerning the marvelous progress which has been made —a progress which can go unchallenged by the history of any other American college . The dream of Bishop Hurst is becoming realized and a university , Christian in character and national in scope , located in the capital city , is fast becoming known over the whole country and generally recognized as one of the most promising institutions of higher learning in America . Campus Improvements . The most apparent marks oi progress are to be seen in the improvements on the campus . Two new buildings , a library and a gymnasiim , have been erected since last year . The beauty of the campus proper has been greatly increased . Grass and . s...
CLASS STUNTS GIVEN SATURDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
CLASS STUNTS GIVEN SATURDAY NIGHT SOPHOMORE STUNT JUNIOR STUNT FRESHMEN STUNT ( Continued from Page 1 , Col . J . ) willed a pair of dice as a means of raising money . To Miss Brown it bequeathed the gold-dust twins , to represent its six shining examples of neatness . Dr . Woods was the recipient of a cigarette holder , so that he might smoke all the cigarettes that the class had not already smoked . The Junior stunt was a take ofl on the outstanding events of the year in campus life . It represented a student in the throes of examination study , his utter weariness and subsequent slumber over his books , and finally the nightmare of familiar incidents that passed in review before him . The part of the student was taken by Hugh Speer . The program opened with the Fall Convocation exercises of the college , Howard Rash in a well played role , as the Chancellor turned the freshman class , a part taken by William Warner , over to Dean Woods , impersonated by David Morgan , who thereup...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
STAFF Editor-in-chief _ iHugh W . Speer Associate Editor Sarah E . Roher 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 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 Ka Lou Morris Hilda Bull Aileen Vivash William Walowitz
Around The World With "Wally " BOSTON [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
Around The World With Wally BOSTON The Home of Benevolence , Betiermevt . Beam and Boloney . Boston has more suburbs than Babe Ruth has admirers , and yoi have to ride through these suburbs before you come into Boston proper , Usually strangers have to be told when they have at last passed through all the suburbs and are finally in Boston city itself . At any rate , the author s expedition succeede in disentangling itself from the maze of the outskirts , and arrived in Boston safe and sound . We inquired the way to Roxbury _, and youd really be surprised how many different ways there are of getting to one place . It seems that we had traversed at least a half of the ways we were told when we at last arrived in Roxbury . Then came the problem of finding the street and house of a certain party . We did the logical thing and asked a policeman where Normandy street was , and this guardian of the law answered , I m sorry , I don t know . You see , I m a stranger here myself . So we had t...
RECOGNITION SERVICE ENDS SENIOR WEEK [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
RECOGNITION SERVICE ENDS SENIOR WEEK ( Continued from Page 1 , Col . 5 ) rendered valuable contributions . The members of the debate team were accorded thanks . At the close of the program each of the men , who have thus far represented the University in intercollegiate debate was awarded , as a University gift , a beautiful copy of the Oxford Book of English Verse . Charles McDowell , Hugh Speer and Roland Rice comprised the team of 1926 ; W . Willis Delaplain , Speer and Rice , the team of 1927 . A distinct improvement , the Dean said , has been made in The Eagle , and recognition was given to Hugh Speer , the editor , to the staff , and to Roland Rice , business manager . The first College annual , the Aucola , is the one literary addition made this year by the students ; Miss Vera Stafford and Howard Rash as editor and business manager respectively , deserve honors for its success . The College Orchestra has increased considerably and under the direction of William Warner and Ge...
SENIORS ASPIRE TO GREAT THINGS Several To Take Graduate Work - Two Go To Orient [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
SENIORS ASPIRE TO GREAT THINGS Several To Take Graduate Work - Two Go To Orient A glance into the future activities of the class of 1927 , reveals the fact that our graduates are not lacking in lofty ambitions and aspirations . The ministry , the teaching profession and graduate study , will claim the large majority , though one of our number , Garth Beaver , aspires to enter the business world in the immediate future . Two of our number will soon be in the Orient . Chew Lian Chan sails in a few days for her home , in Singapore , where she will probably teach . After a year of post _graduate work at Columbia , Mrs . Chaffin will return to her work in the Union Methodist Woman s Bible Training School , Seoul , Korea . It is easy to see that this class means to do its best for its Alma Mater , since several of our number are planning to do graduate work in leading Universities . Dorothea Mehring , Laura White , and Mrs . Chaffin will be at Columbia . Cecilia Sheppard plans to do furth...
DEGREES ARE GIVEN TO 59 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
DEGREES ARE GIVEN TO 59 Big Brother and Sister Movements Organized ( Continued from Pago 1 , Col . 2 Bishop Francis J . McConnell Dorothea Louise Mehring , Ells Pergler , Cecilia May Sheppard Gordon Ellis Smith , Vera Lea Stafford , Laura Hildebrand White . Bachelor of Political Science : Nellie Ann Alsup , Marion Genevieve Graves , David Lee Alexander Candido Elbo-Tobias , Jerome Gellibrand Hubbard , Felix Macasaet Silva , Claudio Balane _Suterio , Karlo Yoshisada Usuda . Bachelor of Science : Paul Clayton Golding . Master of Political Science : Horace Luther Lohnes , and Joseph Earnest Mann . Master of Laws : Raymond Jennings Bowen , and Alice Paul . Master of Arts : Mary Frances Anderson , Henry Roy Bitzing , Charles Ward Boyce , Charles Alexander Burmeister , Clarence Elbert Clement , Clay Justin Daggett , Jesse Earl Davis , Ola Hawkins Dudley , Kenneth Miller Hill , Helen Mildred Hudson , John George Ingold , Louise Kingsley , Evelyn Hazelhurst Mallard , Edward Henry Meuser , J...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
In conclusion I must My that Boston is a nice place , if you dont get killed in the ruth of people leaving town to read books . Yes , it s a nice place , but it sure is lucky that there are compasses , sextants , and the stars to go by . The public may look forward to an interesting series of travelogues next fall , as the author plans to travel . His itinerary includes Alexandria . Mt . Rainier , College City , Chevy Chase , _Hyattsville and Cherrydale .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
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FACULTY MEMBERS TO GO ABROAD [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 31 May 1927
FACULTY MEMBERS TO GO ABROAD i . U . Professors To Spend Summer In Various Ways A Chancellor and Mrs . Clark will spend most of their summer in Europe ) in company with Bishop and Mrs . W . F . McDowell . They will sail on June 15 , for England , where they will visit Plymouth and London . Both Dr . Clark and Bishop McDowell will make addresses at the City Road Chapel , in London . Norway , Sweden , Denmark , Holland , Belgium , France , and Switzerland are included in their itinerary . Dr . Clark and Bishop McDowell are delegates to the Lausanne Faith and Order Conference , in Switzerland , August 3-17 . They will sail for America , from Liverpool , on August 18 th . Dean To Do Editorial Work . Dean Woods expects to spend most of his summer in Washington , working on a bibliography of the Romantic Movement , and collecting material for two books for which he has contracts for publication in the next two years . The first is on Victorian Poetry and the second on Victorian Prose . Dr...