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GUDE'S Fbwers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1927

GUDES Fbwers For All Ocasions 1212 F Street N . W . Also 1102 Conn . Ave . N W 3103 14 th St . N . W .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1927

Consumers Company , Inc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL-SERVICE Phone Main 1415 1415 K STREET N . W Good Una I _Makifl Warm _Frfonda Compliments of MACOMB STREET BARBER SHOP

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

Diagram of the Organization of The EAGLE Staff Editor-in-Chief—Hugh W . Speer . _^ _fSfP _^ ** fliii _/ - Associate Editor—Pauline A . Frederick . _^^ _HK / _¦* t » . » .. New * . Editor Department Editor Feature Editor _$$ _&& . _& Fwd Carpenter Williii Delaplain _oSSg Sixbey Are Editor * . Reporters Gladys MacAfee Eagle s Eye I I Miry Chadwick —L I I Athletiee I * 7 Copy and Proof Headline Debate t I Reader * _Wft ! _ ! u 1 ! $ ** McVe _* Jww J _** : _*«**• Scremne Laura Everett Roland Parrish Office | Irene Pyle Helen Roher Rosalie Dlmmetto Dramatics I | Laura Barrett Miscellaneous | Writere Secretary rene Deiendorf Exchangee Marion Croat Anna Louise Flaig Blake Espy K . Severance Wat _Walowiti I Elisabeth Joyce | Stenograph ** Dorothy Moore Mueie ...... _t « g _£ ig £ _HSW . — ., _; _^^^^ e _^ _99 _^ S _^^ Sfww _^^ _^ P _^ SI _^^ _SSHlB _^ S _^ _Hfr _* _B < _w _^ _n _¦*•¦ _^*_ _g _>^|^^ _gf _^_ _-g _^ B $ eitty ¦¦ ¦ ¦ - _...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SNYDER ELECTED NEW HEAD OF COUNCIL Rash , Bittenger , Beggs , And Brooks , Elected Class Presidents GIRLS NAME OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

SNYDER ELECTED NEW HEAD OF COUNCIL Rash , Bittenger , Beggs , And Brooks , Elected Class Presidents GIRLS NAME OFFICERS Jake Snyder , an able and popular member of the JJunior clasB , was chosen president of the Student council as a result of the final ballot cast Friday . Don Bittinger , newly e ! ected junior president waa defeated for the coveted office by a vote of 83 to 64 . The following class presidents have been elected : senior , H . Rash ; junior , Don Bittinger ; sophomore , James Begg ; freshman , Edwin Brooks . Snyder had formerly been nominated along with Carlisle Christie , another junior , on the first ballot . After Mr . Christie s withdrawal another nominating ballot was taken last Wednesday and Snyder received 62 votes to 46 for Bittinger . Hayward was a close third with 42 votes . The officers elected by the seventeen members of the senior class were : Howard Rash , President ; Harold R . McClay , Vice-President _, and Jean / . frown , Secretary-Treas-urer . _Cbt...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . LOSES TO G . W . BY SCORE OF 27-0 Americans Put Up A Stiff Fight Against Heavy Hachetite Team TWO GAMES CANCELED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

A . U . LOSES TO G . W . BY SCORE OF 27-0 Americans Put Up A Stiff Fight Against Heavy Hachetite Team TWO GAMES CANCELED A . U . pigskin _luggers lost the second game of the season 27 to 0 , to George Washington University , October 8 . The Americans gained the respect of the crowd by their courageous battle against the heavier and more experienced G . W . team . Two games , that with William and Mary , at St . Albans , scheduled for October 22 , and that with St . John s , at Annapolis , planned for Nobember 5 , have been canceled according to information from A . U . College officials . The men of Blue threatened the G . W . goal line several times during the game but were halted either by intercepted passes or penalties each time . The colonials made their touchdowns by a varied attack of end runs , line charges , and passes as contrasted with the determined attempts of the locals who were forced to depend on a passing attack which was hampered by the muddy field . The A . U . it...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
IMPOVED LIBRARY FACILITIES EVIDENT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

IMPOVED LIBRARY FACILITIES EVIDENT There is a more studious atmosphere evident in the Reading Room this year—due , primarily , of course , to the seriousness on the part of the students—but assisted by having more quiet surroundings . The public telephone has been removed from the first floor hall , and the glass doors at the Romeo and Juliet balcony cut off the noise from the second floor . The clock , too , is appreciated , and it is hoped that under the persistant attentions of Courtney Hayward it will soon be regulated to keep exactly one minute ahead of the Hurst Hall clock . Library Hours Changed The library has extended its hours for business , being open a total of 70 hours each week . The schedule is as follows : Monday and Friday , inclusive , 8 a . m . to 6 p . m . Monday and Thursday , inclusive , 7 : 30 p . m . to 9 : 30 p . m . Saturday , 8 a . m . to 4 p . m . Sunday , 9 a . m . to 10 : 30 a . m . and 2 : 30 p . m . to 4 : 30 p . m . Reserve Books All reserve books ar...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"EAGLE" STAFF CHOSEN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

EAGLE STAFF CHOSEN The EAGLE staff , with a few exceptions , has been named by the committee and the plans for the coming year have been drawn up . A new plan for the organization of the staff has been originated in which the members have been divided into four groups with an assistant editor at the head of each , to oversee the work in his division . Regular staff meetings will be held after the publishing of each issue to hold a general discussion and to make plans for the next number . Each contributor will sign his articles on a paper to be kept in the files as a permanent record . Professor Hutchins is drawing a cut of an eagle , to be placed in the background on the front page title . He is also drawing a cut for the Eagle s Eye . and Eagle Screams . He is making his drawings directly from an eagle at the Washington Zoo . It is planned to publish a paper every two weeks this year . It was hoped that a sixth column could be added also , but due to the general business slump in ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U . 'S DRAMATICS ARE WIDELY RECOGNIZED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

A . U . S DRAMATICS ARE WIDELY RECOGNIZED Christian Science Monitor Comments on Production Of As You Like It American University s initial performance of Shakespeare has received favorable recognition from at least one paper other than the Washington press . The Christian Science Monitor of June 28 devotes a column of its dramatic page to an account of the last year s performance of As You Like It . Part of the article deals with the strictly Elizabethean manner of producing the play , describing the setting , rehearsal , music , and lines . A brief resume of Professor Hutchin s career as producer with Walter Hampden and with Gran ville Barker , and as dramatic director at Yale and with the Morningside Players in New York , is given . He is quoted as saying , am delighted with the enthusiasm of the students over Shakespeare . Their keenness of interest in the long hard work of constant rehearsal speaks well for the college youth of the present day . ? ? * * The important thing is to...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FATHERS ARE GUESTS OF COLLEGE TODAY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

FATHERS ARE GUESTS OF COLLEGE TODAY Annual Dads Day Dinner and Program for Honor Guests Planned By Students . Dad s Day is an annual event , sponsored by the Vesper Committee . The practice of holding Vesper services was inaugerated three years ago by a group of student * who felt that there should be some form of Sunday evening worship carried on at the college . The program for the evening services usually consists of devotionals led by one of the . _students , group singing and 1 special numbers provided by tflte » _Vesper Committee . Following this the students are served with a lunch in the College dining room . The orchestra which plays at the program , this afternoon is making its- first pifblic appearance since its reorganization this year and is composed chiefly of first year students . It is directed by Professor Leineweber , of the German department , and is managed by William Warner . The members and their instruments are : Irene Pyle , harp ; Clair Altman , piano ; Penh...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STAFF OF "AUCOLA " IS NOW COMPLETE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

STAFF OF AUCOLA IS NOW COMPLETE The staff of the 1928 Aucola has been chosen , the subscription campaign is on , all the contracts have been issued , and campus views have been taken . The staff , which has just been completed is as follows : Editor-in-Chief , Samuel Bilbrough . Associate Editor , Helen Roher . Business Manager , Roland Rice . Advertising Manager , Jacob Snyder . Circulation Manager , Art Editor , Mary Jane Stewart Assistants : Florence Fellows , Gladys Macafee , Mary Chadwick . Snapshot Editor , Ruth Rinkel . : Class Editor , Sally Roher . Lv Assistants : Jf _^ Marion Cross , j fj Louise Turbett . * Athletic Editor , Donald _Bittengar Assistant : Bruce Kessler . Women s Athletics , Ethel Moultoa Organizations , Carlisle Christie . Humor Editor , Irene Desendorf . Faculty Editor , W . Willis Delaplain . Special contributor from Graduate School , Dorothea Mehring . The subscription campaign is well under way . Donald _Bittenger , Roland Parrish , Ethel Moulton , and ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

Final Enrollment Totals 94 Men and 93 Women The ever hotly contested race for supremacy in numbers between the sexes in the college still rages . The race is often a tie and it would have been this time but the final enrollment is 187 , an odd number , and No . 187 is a man . Four new states are represented by the new comers which considerably extends A . U . _s geographical representation ; the states are : Montana , _Louisanna , Idaho and Illinois . This brings the total to twenty-nine states and two foreign countries , China and Lithuania .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

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Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WASHINGTON . D . C . October 15 . 1927 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

WASHINGTON . D . C . October 15 . 1927 HELLO THERE . DADS APPRECIATING THE LIBRARY IMPORTANCE OF A GOOD START Hello there , dear dads , and how do you do ? The College is swinging wide open to you . We ve swept and we ve dusted and fixed it up fine , For we want you to have just the very best time . You see , dads , we love you , and this is one way To show you the thoughts that mere words cannot say We want you to know that though times may be blue We still love you , dads , and well stick to you true . You taught us to say our first lisping word , And you oft overlooked our whims , so absurd . You helped mother make us a home that was true So you see that we owe you some kindly thoughts , too . So , —hello there , dads , and how do you do ? The College is swinging wide open to you . We ve swept and we ve dusted and fixed it up fine , For we want you to have just the very best time . Every chair in the library reading room was occupied one evening last week after dinner . The readi...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WORK OF COURT IS IN EVIDENCE Freshman Changed Into Queer Spectacles By Tribunal [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

WORK OF COURT IS IN EVIDENCE Freshman Changed Into Queer Spectacles By Tribunal Father , see thy son or daughter . Canst recognize thy offspring so bedecked ? Girls carrying books in pillow slips , or in peach baskets of great size ; girls wearing one black stocking and one white , or perhaps an apron huge ; girls with hair braided and in green ribbons tied tread , on yon campus . Or , maybe , men with large signs declaring their affiliations to class or hatred of the other sex ; men wearing black socks drawn high o er folded trouser legs ; men with flaunting bows of green ribbon tied under their fuzzy chins ; men with green dinks hanging like millstones round their necks attend their college duties . Thus are the Freshmen sentenced by yon active Gosling Court . Twere well , perhaps , to but conjecture on the proceedings of that august body ( for none save offenders miserable have e er in its assemblage met , and thus tis but conjecture ) . Methinks Goose Warner doth with loud Hear ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

Salina , in the State of Kansas . ( Where the corn is not only in bottles ) . Salina _, from the Greek Say , Lena , is a very beautiful town . Everyone in Salina is proud of Salina , and all Americans are interested in Salina , therefore a few statistics on the town would not be out of place : First , the population is 18 , 000 people . Of these , 11 , 500 are living peacefully ; 7 , 495 are married , and three attend American University . The populace is employed in varied occupations ranging from planting corn and wheat to planting more corn and wheat . They say corn grows so high in Kansas , around Salina , that Lindbergh could make a nonstop flight over Kansas and not have to come down for his meals , if he liked corn . Salinas main claim to fame is Raymond Spaeth , the big ice cream and syrup man on the vest , or rather , from the West . Ray will some day invent whole wheat ice cream , or , more likely , perfect corn syrup . I I _5 IB / SI _3 Ie ! _JflIBISIHMSISOISIHIBri 5 _IHI...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I _tKJje _Spectator [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

I _tKJje _Spectator Fathers of Great Men There is a saying , As the twig is bent , so is the tree inclined . In other words , start a tree straight and it will grow straight ; start it in a curve , and it will develop into a curved tree . It has often been said that mothers have a large part to play in the making of a great man or woman . This is true , but it is also true that fathers have a large influence over the character formation of great men and women . More than one person who has reached the pinnacle of fame has paused to look back at the gray-haired man who started and helped him on his way . And in looking back , he is prone to smile and say , My father helped to bring me where I am today . Theodore Roosevelt said , My father * * * was the best man I ever knew . The famous statesman had found a true friend and helper in the man he called father , and Roosevelt was not ashamed to give his father credit for what he had done . As the twijr is bent , so | is the tree incline...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

Word comes from The Denver Clarion that they have a new yell —Kerchoo—Kerchoo—Kerchoo . The Targum of Rutgers University and The Hampden-Sidney Tiger of Hampden-Sidney College announce that they have Pep Meetings . We have peppy meetings . The Dickinsonian announces that Dickinson haB a record freshman class . They have nothing on A . U . —we have a record breaking number of freshmen also . Heartiest congratulations to our friends at Elizabethtown College . You have a fine paper with exceptionally good editorials . Keep up the good work . The Crimson White weekly of the University of Alabama has the largest , best and newsiest paper . In a few years we hope to be a dangerous rival . I EXCHANGES The West Virginia Wesleyans have given us some ideas for our paper , such as a column with personals , and current topics . Many thanks . The Swarthmore Phoenix has a column devoted to their Alumni , giving their friends a chance to hear where they are and what they are doing . Why not the Am...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DR . ( LARK TO ATTEND INAUGURATION AT LAFAYETTE COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927

DR . ( LARK TO ATTEND INAUGURATION AT LAFAYETTE COLLEGE Chancellor Lucius C . Clark will represent American University at the _inauguration of Dr . William Mather Lewis as president of Lafayette College at Easton , Pennsylvania , on October 20 . Dr . Lewis was formerly president of George Washington University .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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