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EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
EXCHANGES Editor s _Ndtk : -This is the first of a series of sketches which may come as an answer to Robert Burns famous lines : O wad some Power the giftie gie us , To see oursels as ithers see us ! This and the following are to portray the various types of personalities that one meets on a modern college campus . The author has no single person in mind , but is writing these sketches from his observation of the several distinct groups of characters to be found about all _univprsities . The Willing to be Wanted The war cry of the Willing to be Wanted is : I wish I had someone to love me . This may be interpreted : I wish I had someone nutty enough to coo to me , to pour sweet nothings into my thirsty ear . As the wiltipg plant thirsteth for water so thirsteth I for love , dear heart . Come unto me ye lovesick and I will give you even more than you desire . Which is just the reason the Willing to be Wanted are so lonesome . Enough is enough . Who wants to be smothered in honey ? I C...
SOPHS DEFEAT FROSH ELEVEN Goslings Lose Hard Fought Game by Score of 6-0 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
SOPHS DEFEAT FROSH ELEVEN Goslings Lose Hard Fought Game by Score of 6-0 Sophomores and Freshmen met for the first time as rivals on the gridiron on Tuesday , October 23 , at St . Albans field , and the same Sophomores who last year as Freshmen humbled their _superiors in basketball , ruined the aspirations of our newest and youngest Freshman class by defeating them 0-0 . The Frosh . encouraged by the prospects 01 more liberty if they _» von and by the cheers of freshmen , juniors , seniors , faculty , and also ( the Sophs say ) the officials , put up a stubborn fight , but were unable to cope with the lighter , but more experienced and faster Sophomores . The game opened with the Sophomores receiving , but after a few plays , the pigskin was donated to the Freshmen on a punt . The ball was kept during the first quarter pretty much to the middle of the field , the one long gain being made by the Sophs on a forward pass , Field to Elliott . The second period progressed much as the fi...
Irene Pyle Noted As a Harpist [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Irene Pyle Noted As a Harpist Texas Brooks Prominent in Home Town Sophs Defeat Freshmen in Tennis Tourney MYSTERIOUS SPIRITS INVADE THE LIBRARY Irene Pyle , member of the Freshman Class whose picture appeared in the South Bend Mirror ( from which the data in this article was taken ) , comes to the University with a distinguished record as a harpist . In 1923 she was winner of first prize in a Memory Music contest ; in 1927 she was chosen to represent Indiana in the national high school orchestra at Dallas ; for four years she was harpist in the high school orchestra . Miss Pyle has also been prominent as a reader . She has had important parts in several plays : A Midsummer s Nights Dream , Neighbors , Only 38 , and Carrotty Nell . At her home in South Bend , Indiana , Miss Pyle has been active in the Junior Women s Club , and in the Drama and Junior Progress Club . Edwin Brooks , better known as Texas . of Mount Vernon , Texas , was finance commissioner of his home town before enter...
Dean Brown Entertains in Honor of Dr . and Mrs . Golder [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Dean Brown Entertains in Honor of Dr . and Mrs . Golder Miss Mary Louise Brown entertained at dinner on Sunday , in honor of Dr . and Mrs . Golder . Dr . Golder , before assuming his assistant professorship duties in the English Department of American University this year , was at Indiana University . The guests at the dinner were members of the English Department , and included Dr . and Mrs . Golder , Dean and Mrs . George B . Woods , Dr . and Mrs . Paul Kaufman , and Prof , and Mrs . W . L . Corbin .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Calendar of Washington Events Shakespeare Plays , Frite Seiber—Week of Nov . 7 — Washington Auditorium . Rev . Dr . Edmund H . Fellowes—Library of Congress—Lectures on Music , November 7 , 8 , and 9 , at 4 : 40 P . M . Black Hussar _—Beginnig November 7 , President Theater . Travel Revues , Burton Holmes , National ; November 10 , Matinee , Happy Hawaii ; November 17 , Matinee , Deep in Paris . Edward Johnson , November 11 , at 4 : 30 , Poli s . Dayton Westminster Choir , November 13 , at 8 : 30 , Mayflower Hotel ( ballroom ) . Merry Wives of Windsor , Mrs . Fiske and Otis Skinner , Week of November 21 , National . Lectures in Operas , Mondays and Thursdays at 4 o clock , Jordan Studio . Exhibition of Japanese Prints , Arts Club . 2017 I Street . New Vesper Committee Installed A very impressive fire light service was held beneath the trees , Sunday , the twenty-third . The male quartet sang several familiar hymns , after which each member of the new Vesper Committee went forward and...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
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Miss Cline to Entertain Speech Class [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
Miss Cline to Entertain Speech Class STUDENT COUNCIL MEET AND ELECT iimiitMiMiumiHtimmiMiK it Ott ) tr 6 oIUq _&lt;» I _2 \ rc _JPoina I imiiMiuuMiiiuiiiiiiitJiiiiiiimiit The University or Hawaii . There is really a line little University out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean . It is about twice the sice of American University , and is situated up in the Manoa Valley on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands . It rains practically every day during certain months of the year , and the rainbows are so numerous , that the school has adopted them as symbols . The athletic teams of the University of Hawaii are called the Rainbows . Georgeous double arches are common in their green valley , and every so often a lunar rainbow , with the colors reversed , puts in an appearance . Football is the most popular game In the school . It isnt generally thought that in a school in the tor ¬ rid _eone a game like football would surpass others , but everybody plays it . The season lasts ...
DEAN TO MEET WITH COLLEGE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
DEAN TO MEET WITH COLLEGE ASSOCIATION CAPLES ELECTED NEW GRID CAPTAIN A . U . OVERWHELMS BLUE RIDGE 38-0 Dean Woods will meet with the accrediting committee of the Association of Colleges of the Middle States and Maryland , on November 18 , at Philadelphia . A survey of the work of the college will be submitted to the committee in view of A . U . being admitted to the association when the time comes . The curriculum committee of the A . U . faculty has been formulating the methods according to the standards laid down by the Association . Dean Woods will attend the meeting of the English Division of the Association during _£ he last week of November , at Atlantic City , and read a paper on What High School Graduates Should Know About English . Dr . Paul Kaufman is vicechairman of the English division . Bill Caples , stalwart sophmore center , on the A . U . football team , was elected captain by the members of the varsity following Tom Sawyer s withdrawal from school recently . This ...
| EAGLE SCREAMS _ifSISfS ( 5 l _3 / 3 ( 3 _@l 3 fSOO ( SfaiBfaf 3 fSf 3 _/ 3 l _3 / _3 ( SIB [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
| EAGLE SCREAMS _ifSISfS ( 5 l _3 / 3 ( 3 _@l 3 fSOO ( SfaiBfaf 3 fSf 3 _/ 3 l _3 / _3 ( SIB The meanest guy in the world is the one who purposely walks on his girl s feel while dancing with her in order to keep his rival from having the next dance . —Denison Flamingo . Did you tip the waiter ? I certainly did , and he hasnt got up yet . —Lehigh Burr . I m going to marry a pretty girl and a good cook . You cant . Thats bigamy . Warmed Over — Sweet young thing ( to friend ) Really good looking boys are scarce these days . I think I ought to make mine do another year . A sign noticed over a movie theater door in New York City . Emit Jennings in Passion cooled by refrigeration . Store Manager— They say brunettes have sweeter dispositions than blondes . Clerk— Well , my wifes been both and I cant see any difference . Painless Touch System Where did you find this wonderful follow-up system ? It would get money out of anybody . I simply compiled and adapted the letters my son sent me from...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1927
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AMERICAN LOSES HARDFQUGHT GAME Failure of Forwards and Lack of Weight Cause Defeat by Gallaudet BIRTHRIGHT SCORES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 November 1927
AMERICAN LOSES HARDFQUGHT GAME Failure of Forwards and Lack of Weight Cause Defeat by Gallaudet BIRTHRIGHT SCORES DR . KINSMAN TO SPEAK AT INT . REL . CONF To Give Xmas Plays American U . grid-warriors succumbed to a series of long runs and tough breaks in the Anal game of the season , against Gallaudet , Saturday at Kendall Green and lost 20-6 . The failure of the _American-ites passing attack and the stellar ball toting of Dyer and Zieske , flashy Gallaudet backs resulted in defeat for Bailie Springston s light , but hard fighting team . The game was hard fought and Gallaudets superiority was not as evident as the score would indicate . Birthright and , Crist in baekfield and Lafavre on the line played good ball for the Springstonites while Dyer and Zieske shone for the victors . The first touchdown for the Hughes coached warriors came as a result of an A . U . pass which went astray into the eager arms of Zieske , blue-striped back , who bore away for a 40-yard run which placed t...