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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 October 1927
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POL . SCIENCE CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED A . U . Chapter of Inter -national Relations for . Clubs First in D . C . ENDOWED BY CARNEGIE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
POL . SCIENCE CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED A . U . Chapter of International Relations for . Clubs First in D . C . ENDOWED BY CARNEGIE MYSTERIOUS SPIRITS INVADE LIBRARY A chaper of the International Kelations Clubs will be organized at American University in the near future , according to tenative plans already being made by members of the Political Science Department . It is understood that membership for this organization will be confined to interested students majoring in political science or history , or to interested students with high standing in either of these two subjects . The International Relations Club at A . U . will be an honorary Political Science Fraternity , and will be a chapter of the national organization that is sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace . Up to this time there are 107 such chapers distributed throughout the United States , with as yet no chapter in the District of Columbia . It is planned that this Club be organized with the purpose o...
A . U . OVERWHELMS BLUE RIDGE 38-0 Crist and Birthright Each Cross Goal Line Twice Wolowitz Scores ENTIRE SQUAD IS USED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
A . U . OVERWHELMS BLUE RIDGE 38-0 Crist and Birthright Each Cross Goal Line Twice Wolowitz Scores ENTIRE SQUAD IS USED SENIORS CONSIDERING RINGS AND GIFT Despite the loss of several regulars , the A . U . eleven displayed consistent and intelligent football in trouncing Blue Ridge College 38-0 on October 29 , at St . Albans field . The overwhelming victory had har 3ly been expected in vi « w of the 13-13 score of last year , but can be attributed not only to the weakening of Blue Ridge s team by the changing of the institution to a junior college , but also to A . U s more able and better trained machine than met the same college last year . From the outset of the contest the Eagles showed their marked superiority . Forcing the visitors to punt after receiving the kickoff , A . U . took the ball down the field , and after a long forward pass was completed , Crist plunged through the Blue Ridge weak defense for a touchdown . Following this score Blue Ridge showed some success on the...
DEBATE SUBJECT IS _CHOSENjOR YEAR Government Protection of American Capital Abroad To Be Discussed MR . FLEMING COACHES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
DEBATE SUBJECT IS _CHOSENjOR YEAR Government Protection of American Capital Abroad To Be Discussed MR . FLEMING COACHES Resolved : That American Investments in foreign countries should not be protected by the United States Government is the tentative proposition adopted by the debateing class at A . U . Several debates are being scheduled and every student who shows a consistent interest in debate throughout the season will have the opportunity of taking part in an inter-collegiate debate during the year , according to Coach _Clemming . Mr . Flemming meets the debaters every Tuesday and Friday at 12 : 45 for the purpose ol discussing de ¬ bating technique and principle issues of the proposition chosen for debate . It is the opinion of those interested that the question chosen for debate is an unusually fortunate one because of the exceptional facilities for investigation and study here in the Capitol . The class will not only have the advantages of the many publications available an...
A . U . GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM TO PLAY G . W [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
A . U . GIRLS HOCKEY TEAM TO PLAY G . W French Drama Class Enacts Short Play Recently A . L . s feminine cohorts will battle the Girl s hockey team of George Washington University today at the Elipse . The girls promise to uphold A . U . honor to the best of their ability and hope to avenge the defeat of the football team earlier this year . The team has been putting in many hours of hard and diligent work these snappy fall afternoons and Miss Wulf feels that she has picked a representative team of battling co-eds to represent American U . today . Those on the team are Martz , Bucker , Evans , Moore , Brandt , Fellows , Appel , Severance , Wilson , Livingston , Jacoby , Chadwick , Smith , and McVey . An interesting performance ol Le Force de Maitre Pathelin was presented by Miss Gait s class in the Survey of French Drama on October 28 during the regular class period . For this presentation the class was divided into three groups , each group reading a different act . Several of the ...
Glee Club to Give Program of Christinas Carols [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Glee Club to Give Program of Christinas Carols The ( ikc Club under Professor Shure is putting in intensive study &lt;&gt; n a group of Christmas Carols from Every Nation . It is expected that these will not only be given on the campus , but will also be broadcast over radio station WRC sometime in December . The club has a membership of over SO . However , contrary to the _usual rule , the men are considerably more numerous than the women . It is , therefore , earnestly desired that all women of the college who have a tendency in this direction apply immediately for membership in the organization . The officers of the Glee Club are Mr . Hayward , president ; Mr . Knapp , business manager ; Miss Gerth , secretary ; Mr . Martin , treasurer ; and Mr . Platz , librarian . The Orchestra , under the direction of Dr . Leineweber , is also flourishing . There are several new members raising the membership to eleven . The orchestra generally conceded to be a great asset to t...
Organization Formed By Ministerial Students [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Organization Formed By Ministerial Students Miss Brown a Delegate The men of the college who are vitally interested in religion recently formed an organization under the direction of Dr . Jackson , professor of Bible . The purpose of this organization is two-fold : first to help the members of the group with their religious problems , and second , to foster interest in religion on the campus . Open forum meetings will be held every other Monday at which time one religious problem will be presented and an effort made to give each one a more definite understanding of it . Prominent ministers will talk to the group from time to time , keeping them in touch with current problems . Other plans are to be developed which will give the organization a far-reaching influence for the good of American University . The following officers were elected : President , Clarence Knapp ; VicePresident , Courtney Hayward ; Secretary , Jacob Snyder ; Treasurer , Alfred Jones . Miss Mary Louise Brown , De...
Hard Times Dance Displayi Poverty of Students [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Hard Times Dance Displayi Poverty of Students Typical student lack of prosperity was portrayed in the gym Saturday night by the Hard Times dance held there . Anyone unacquainted with the University would have fled for his life at sight of the aggregation , thinking he had entered the den of the Forty Thieves . The days of begging were brought vividly back to mind by the eccentric costumes . There were farmers , and sunbonnet girls , pirates and clowns . Most common were the universally recognised hard characters . They looked unusually dirty and chewed gum ferociously . Even the freshmen chewed , since it was a special occasion . It added greatly to the general effect . Lee Field s College Commanders were very appropriately attired The final touch was added When cider and dounhnuts were served .
WILLIAMS IS ELECTED NEW SOPH PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
WILLIAMS IS ELECTED NEW SOPH PRESIDENT Class to Hold Dance in Wesley Heights Community Club House November 19 Clyde Williams is the newly elected sophomore president following a special election last week . The election , which was necessitated by James Begg s resignation , was spirited and much interest was shown . The final choice being made only after Milton Crist had been eliminated on the first ballot and Leland Fields withdrawal . William Caples was defeated on the final baillot by a small majority . , The sophomores voted to have a dance which will be held on the 19 th of November . Fred Carpenter , William Wolowitz , Leon Shloss , and Dulsie Appel were appointed as the committee in charge .
COLLEGE CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
COLLEGE CALENDAR Fri . Nov . 4—Hockey game , Elipse , 2 : 30 P . M . All college Wiener Roast , following pep meeting in gym . Sat . Nov . 5—A . U . vs . St . John s , at Annapolis , 10 A . M . Sun . Nov . 6—Vesper service at 6 : 00 , Howard Rash , Leader . Sat . Nov . 12—A . U . vs . Bridgewater , at Dayton , Va . Sun . Nov . 13—Vesper services at Foundry Church , 7 : 00 . Sat . Nov . 19—Sophomore Dance in Wesley Heights Community House .
WASHINGTON , D . G , NOVEMBER 4 , 1927 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
WASHINGTON , D . G , NOVEMBER 4 , 1927 MOCK NOMINATING CONVENTION THE JOINT MEETING OF TRUSTEES AND FACULTY THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Mock Republican and Democratic National Nominating Contentions followed by a presidential election might be put on by the students of the college some time during this year as a novel means of arousing vital interest in the 1928 campaign and gaining a general understanding of the political procedure . At the same time it would be an occasion for a flow of amateur oratory , political activity , and an all around big time . In fact such a convention could be made the most interesting activity yet featured at A . U . The student body could be divided into Republicans and Democrats , according to their party preference ; then , each group could hold their convention , nominate their candidates , and draw up their platform , and following the nominations a general election by the entire student body could be held . The students coming from a distanc...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
I EAGLES EYE f 3 _aiB ( _SEIS / SIS / B _) _SIS / S / SOM ( 5 / 3 M 6 ! JS / Jeering pumpkins and snooty screech owls , yndeling black cats and fearful black- _watches!—all those spell Hallowe en , and incidentally provide a proper prelude to that blacker night : The Announcement of the First Grades . The situation speaks for itBelf , but we ask , Is that nice ? As if to top it off we have a Hard Times Dance , which lives up to its name . This—in our mind—is a clear case of harmonizing _seejiery with atmosphere , as if in due appreciation of our inky future . All about the campus , in every nook and cranny are groups in whispered consultation . Their conversation goes like this ( say in circular form ) : Hot dogs , I get zero in my History test ! Ya did ! Oh , well—that s nothing ! Zero ! * - ?** Cold comfort ? Never mind . Blessed is he that expects nothing , for he shall not be disappointed . Thus observing the studious mien shadowing manly and fair faces ( to the extent of a fore...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
I _® _Jje _Spectator A Desertation On A . U . s Methods Of Rearing Freshmen The efforts of the Sophomores and upper classmen to ( five the freshmen a humble and obedient start on the road to sophistication are in their usual evidence in colleges throughout the country ; but more than ever before , this heretofore increasing pressure brought to bear on the physical and moral well being of the yearlings is running against the opposition of administrative officers who , in sympathy with the ethics of advanced civilization believe in curbing the barbaric welcoming of newcomers . Leaders of hazing gangs have been suspended ; and college editors have been ousted for taking determined and unpopular stands . The initiation question has been the cause of every student rebellion so far this year . All of this clashing and controversy is the result of a reaction against the extremities of hazing . I believe that the freshman who enters college and encqunters no suppremacy of upperclassmen and ...
_ujaUEIHJKJHJBUKJHJOUlMJISUlffllSUOUHJHJMJISilDiJiailUI Around The World With "Wally " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
_ujaUEIHJKJHJBUKJHJOUlMJISUlffllSUOUHJHJMJISilDiJiailUI Around The World With Wally NORWICH . CONNECTICUT ( Thr i _&gt; lncr our Pilgrim Fathrrtt landed tint far from . ) Snugly _resting in a peaceful spot between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans lies the town of Norwich . Par from the noise and strife of the outside world the populace of Norwich goes about its work . The people of Norwich are not bothered about the trials and tribulations of the rest of the world . They are so unconcerned with everything but Norwich , that most of them do not know that the war is over yet . Do not think the people of Norwich are not intelligent . Some of the smartest people in the United States come from Norwich . I am not saying whether they are smart because they come from Norwich , or whether they come from Norwich because they are smart , or both . The point ought not to be hard to prove . There are two Norwichians at A . U ., and the reader may draw his own conclusions . Norwich is ...
SUPPORT THE ANNUAL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
SUPPORT THE ANNUAL The opportunity for world peace has come , and the College student must grasp the opportunity if there is to be world peace . Edward Markham has expressed the sentiment of many , thus : Our hope is in heroic men , star-led to build the world again . To this event the ages ran ; make way for Brotherhood—make way for man . Although the publishing of the annual is really a junior class project it is of interest and concern to the entire college and therefore depends upon the support of all . The greatest immediate need in subscriptions in order that the budget may be determined and plans made accordingly . Although four dollars is hard to part with an annual is worth that in the spring , and it increases in value as the years pass , as it becomes the best record and collection of memories of the college days . A large collection of college jokes and snapshots are needed for the Annual , which can be supplied only by liberal contributions .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
seem to have most of their trouble around that hour . It is true that these watches do go wrong sometimes . This can be proved by the fact that a student actually came five minutes early to an 8 : 15 class one day ! Norwich is such a nice town , however , that we can forgive it for the manufacture of these watches . Just look at its contribution to our University . ( The Fellows , I know , will appreciate that remark . ) And now that the reader is well informed on Norwich , and cannot get lost in the town , ( if he has lived there all his life ) , I will close . Support The Year Book