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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price : Two Dollars a Year . STAFF Editor-in-chief _.... - _ Jl . _; _... //— - Hugh W . Speer Associate Editor - JPauline A . Frederick Business Manager - _ _.-., Raymond Spaeth Assistant Business Manager .. . 4 Fred Dietrich
FATHERS MAKE PLEASURE OF UNPLEASANTRIES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
FATHERS MAKE PLEASURE OF UNPLEASANTRIES STAFF OF AUCOLA IS NOW COMPLETED TrlalH and Tribulations of Fatherhood Related for Edification . After securing the most wonderful girl in the world , father settles down to be happy forever . Presently , however , troubles come one by one . Sentimental old maids call them Little bits of Heaven . Father calls them , however , blessings in disguise . The blessings remain in disguise , too . No one but an optimist would say anything else after walking the floor until after three with a squalling offspring or chip off the old block . He is inclined to regard the new branch of the family tree as distinctly knotty , or at least somewhat cross grained . After a night spent in the peaceful enjoyment of family life , father is expected to hop off briskly the next morning at seven o clock in order to find the wherewithal to feed and clothe his little darlings . So it runs through the years . A constant struggle with the wellknown grindstone . All these...
Mrs . Clark Gives A Coffee For College Women [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
Mrs . Clark Gives A Coffee For College Women Coach Fleming Begins Work in Debate IMPROVED LIBRARY FACILITIES EVIDENT Mrs . Lunus C . Chirk entertained the women of the American University at her home on Thursday and Friday afernoon at a coffee . The girls were divided alphabetically to avoid crowding on either day . Miss Gait and Miss Cline poured , and Miss Brown superintended the tour of the house . The Clark home , as many of the students know , is an exact duplicate of an early Colonial house in New England . It is furnished in keeping with its period , and is a treat to any person interested in the Colonial . Several pieces of furniture are museum pieces . Mrs . Clark gives the students the privilege of inspecting her home each year , when she entertains during the early part of the semester . Coach Fleming began preparing the members of the debating club , on Friday , October 7 , for a championship year in debating . About fifteen students met with Mr . Fleming at that time to...
, V . S DRAMATICS ARE WIDELY RECOGNIZED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
, V . S DRAMATICS ARE WIDELY RECOGNIZED Faculty Vacations ( Continued from 1 _ _uge 1 ) National Capital . We shall try to establish here on our campus a tradition which shall be a living memorial to him . Some day we shall play Hamlet . Plans Made for Year American University may look forward to another successful and interesting dramatic season this year . Plans are under way to surpass the high record already set by our university in this line of work . In a recent interview Professor Hutchins promised at least three dramatic entertainments for this year , to take place at Christmas , Easter , and in the Spring . Definite plans have not been made as to the nature of the Christmas and Easter presentations , but they will proba ¬ bly be short plays . Try-outs for these will be open to all interested students . The Spring production will be a Shakespearean play as is becoming the tradition of A . . U . This will be produced by Professors Hutchins class in play-acting . In the meanti...
CENTRAL HIGH S . CLUB ORGANIZED AT A . U . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
CENTRAL HIGH S . CLUB ORGANIZED AT A . U . Delaplain To Head Vespers Alumni at A . U . _Organize To Advertise College In Washington . The _organization of a Central Club composed of the alumni attending American University was approved by the faculty at their meeting of October 11 . The petition for this-club reads as follows : The graduates of Central _High School , Washington , D . C , who now attend American University , wish to form a club for the purpose of giving American University more publicity in Washington High Schools , especially in Central , and for creating more school interest among the town students at American University . The first aim could be accomplished by sponsoring a High School Night for the Seniors of the high schools by in ¬ viting them to a basketball game . Furthermore it could be arranged to send speakers to the high schools to speak about American University . The officers of the club would be President , Vice-President and Secre-tary-Treasurer . Ther...
1 Cupid ' s Questionaife I [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
1 Cupid s Questionaife I Conducted Under the Personal _Supervision of Ira Bigheart Dear Iva : Is it true that gentlemen prefer blondes ? Anxiously , Helen K . Yes , dear , it is true . I know you would dye for Cal , but it isnt necessary in his case—he s no gentleman . Dear Miss Bigheart : I am so annoyed , women insist on holding my hands . Can you explain this irritating fact ? Yours , Dave . Poor Dave , you are afflicted with that skin they love to touch . Dear Iva : I havent seen Bill for so long . I m afraid I made a mistake in leaving A . U . Do you suppose he will ever come back to me ? —In tears , Mary . Never mind , dear , just wait . Bills always come the first of the month . Dear Miss Bigheart : Dont you think love is the greatest thing in all the world ? Pudd . Yes , it is all-embracing . Dear Iva : Do you know , the scientific temperature of a kiss ? A Physics Student , very interested . The latest census claimed the temperature was two in the shade . Dear Iva : Why doe...
Ammnm _Jiniwraitu [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
Ammnm _Jiniwraitu COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Coeducational—Chartered 1893 Second Semester Begins January 16 , 1928 LUCIUS C . CLARK , D . D ., Chancellor Massachusetts and Nebraska Avenues Four-year course leading to A . B . Degree . Campus of 90 acres . Fine buildings . Faculty of well-trained and experienced teachers . Students from 29 states . Write for catalog to Dean G . B . Woods , Room 10 Hurst Hall , American _University Campus , Washington , D . C 1907 F Street N . W . Undergraduate course leading to Degree of Bachelor of Political Science . Two years of college work ( 60 hours ) required for admission . Courses offered in departments of government , history , diplomacy , economics , and foreign trade . 1901 F Street N . W . Graduate courses leading to the Degrees of Master of of Arts , Master of Political Science , and Doctor ot Philosophy .
A . U . LOSES TO 6 . W . BY SCORE OF 21-0 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
A . U . LOSES TO 6 . W . BY SCORE OF 21-0 Calendar of Washington Events ., Exhibition of English lithographs Smithsonian Building , until October 29 . Wilson-Green Concerts , Poll s ( tickets at Droops ) . Beggars Opera , October 21 . Lucrezia Bori _, November 1 . Edward Johnson , November 11 . Ben Hur , Columbia , Oct . 15-22 . ( Continued from Pajfo 1 ) from A . I , in the last half until the last fi \ v minutes of play when Crums steam roller scored for the fourth and last time . The game which was scheduled to be played at the Central High School stadium was transferred because of the rain to the Potomac Park field and the action did not commence until after three o clock . A . U . opened the game kicking off to the Colonials and Captain Sawyer made a beautiful tackle to stop the receiver with only a few yards gain . Stehman and Saunders , by plunging and circling the ends , carried the ball down for the first G . W . touchdown . Stehman carried the ball across from the five-yar...
RECOUNTS STORY OF TOUR IN NEAR EAST [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
RECOUNTS STORY OF TOUR IN NEAR EAST Doctor Jackson Writes On Experiences in Egypt And Palastine Dr . Arthur J . Jackson , professor of religion in the college , visited Egypt and the Holy Land the past summer and has written a short account of his experience which is printed below : We landed in Glasgow on Monday , July 11 , after nine days on the Atlantic . From Glasgow we proceeded to London , Canterbury , and Dover . At Dover we crossed the Channel to Calais , France , where we entrained for Paris , and thence to Marseilles , where we embarked for Egypt . All the while on the Mediterranean one had . a _feeling that here was one of the cradles of the human race . For here much of history was made . Arrived at Alexandria , we took train for Cairo , at the headwaters of the Delta of the Nile , some 60 miles away . The trip to Cairo was the dirtiest while at the same time one of the most impressive of the entire journey . Here , indeed , was the land of Moses and of the Pyramids ; th...
SRTDER ELECTED NEW DEAD OF COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
SRTDER ELECTED NEW DEAD OF COUNCIL ( Continued from Pagv 1 ) cries of fraud from tho _ftminine tide of the house . Continuing the election Tuesday , the class chose Sedie Martz , Vice-Presidcnt by acclamation . Gladys Macafee was chosen Secretary and Fred Dietrich after numerous ballots won over _Wolowitz for the Treasurer ship . Ray Spaeth and Milton Crist were elected to represent the Sophomores in the Student Council after a battle of votes , defeating Caples and Shloss . A committee composed of Ray Spaeth , Lee _^ Fields and Margaret Buley was appointed to revise the constitution . Edwin ( Texas ) Brooks was elected Freshman President Tuesday . Brooks had been chosen temporary chairman the preceding week . Other freshman class officers elected are : Norman Cramer , Vice-President ; Frances Young , Secretary ; Margaret Thornton , Treasurer , and James Johnson , Student Council Representative . Interest was high throughout the elections and each faction had their respective candid...
First Dance Held [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
First Dance Held Sedie Martz and Jake Snyder , heads of the Big Sister and Brother movement at A . U ., gave a joint party in the Boys Gymnasium on September 21 , at 8 o clock . Games were the fir 8 t order of the night . Streets and Alleys produced shrieks of laughter when Sedie planned the city . Later Dr . Woods wns heard wildly proclaiming horses have feathers . After a grand march refreshments were served . The evening closed to the music of our popular orchestra . Dancing and cards attracted a large number of the students . Eagle Screams . Christie is taking medicine at college . How long has he been sick ? Umpire —( amid a shower of pop bottles ) , Who said pop was a soft drink ? She was only a coal dealer s daughter , but holy smokes where she had bin . Now conies the story of the ab-sent-minded professor who rolled under the dresser and waited for his collar button to find him . Lighthouse Keeper— That young Smithers is calling on Sally again and they ve turned out the ligh...
MUSIC WORK CREDITS ARE DETERMINED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
MUSIC WORK CREDITS ARE DETERMINED The Curriculum Committee met on Tuesday , October 4 th , 1927 , to consider the status of the music courses offered in the college and after carefully considering the matter respectfully offers the following recommendations : 1 _. That no practical work in music of an elementary nature shall be counted toward the B . A . degree and that no credit be given for work in the college choir , orchestra or glee clubs . 2 . That advanced work of college standard may be counted up to four semester hours toward the B . A . degree provided that two years of work in theory be taken in the regular college courses . 3 . This recommendation automatically requires that a second year of theory be added to our present curriculum and studied in addition to the appreciation course now offered . 4 . We therefore recommend the addition of a complete college coarse in Harmony of not less than two hours per week for the year . These recommendations are made in accordance w...
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