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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 February 1926
_Ammntn Hniu _^ _rHttg Coeducational—Chartered 1893 First Semester Begins September 21 , 1926 Lucius C . Clark , D . D ., Chancellor COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Massachusetts and Nebraska Avenues Four-year course leading lo A . B . degree . Campus of 90 acres . Fine buildings . Faculty of well-trained and experienced teachers . Students from 23 states . Write for catalog to Dean G . B . Woods , Room 10 Hurst Hall , American University Campus , Washington , 1 ) . C . SCHOOL OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES 1907 F Street N . W . Undergraduate course leading to _Dtgrci &gt; of Bachelor of Political Science . Two years of college work (( iO hours ) required for admission . Courses offered in departments of government , history , diplomacy , economics , and foreign trade . GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 1901 F Street N . W . Graduate courses leading to the Degrees of Master of Arts , Master of Political Science , and Doctor of Philosophy .
BASKETBALL MEN SHOW STRONG OPPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 February 1926
BASKETBALL MEN SHOW STRONG OPPOSITION ( Continued from Page One ) the score up to 40 before the _fina whistle sounded . Sawyer , a newcomer at Ameri can , played a brilliant game ai guard . Christie , _Billbrough , Gerth and Clark showed real talent and with Coach Springston _ s able coaching should make up formidable opposition for the University _againil any opponent . American University tossers tangled with the Catholic University Freshman team on the latter s court Tuesday evening , February 9 . At the outset , both teams played cautiously and entirely on the defensive , but after the first two minutes both teams started their offense with a bang . Sawyer scored the first point of the game from the charity line , but a basket by Ftanigan , midget Catholic University forward , put our opponents in the lead from ¦ which they were never headed . The score at the half was 23-6 , with Catholic University on the long end . With the opening of the third quarter , American University p...
CLASS HONORS FOR FIRST SEMESTER , 1925-26 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 February 1926
CLASS HONORS FOR FIRST SEMESTER , 1925-26 DINNER AND PARTY PROFESSORS _WRTfE FOR MAGA 2 INB 8 DR . MACLEAN SPEAKS IN CHAPEL Grand index requirements are : Freshmen , 2 . 10 ; Sophomores , 2 . 20 ; Juniors 2 . 32 ; Seniors 2 . 45 . Awards : Seniors—Dorothea McDowell , Katharine Woods . Juniors—Chew Lian Chan , Bernice Field , Vera Stafford , Laura White , Dorothea Mehring . Sophomores—Gordon Smith . Freshmen—Rose Kaycoff , Leonard Mikulcs , Roland Parrish . Helen Roher , Sarali Roher . The Valentine dinner and party to be held Friday evening promises good eats and lots of fun . The girls have done all the planning and have shown that they know how to put such things across . A scheme of decorations and entertainment suitable to the Valentine season will make it a beautiful and joyful occasion . After dinner the faculty and students have been invited to meet for a party . Valentine games , checkers , cards , and dancing form part of the delightful program planned . ( _OMHMrfMiB Pa &am...
_ft . U . DEBATERS WIN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
_ft . U . DEBATERS WIN Three Intercollegiate Debates Held ; Team Undefeated . Tin 1 American University debating team , composed of Charles Mai Powell , Roland Rice , and Hugh _-i «&lt; -r , has closed their season of _iliri _ t- debates without a defeat . The Milk-Res met were Carleton Collide . University of Wyoming , and k . _uuloIph-Macon College . 1 he first intercollegiate debate of the American University , except a practice debate with George Washington on March 16 , was held on March 19 , at 8 o clock in the evening , in the chapel , with Carleton College as out opponent . The evening began with a few words of welcome and introduction by Dean Woods . The chairman , Judge John H . Gray , then took charge . After a short speech , he introduced the first speaker for the affirmative . The question , which was the same in all debates , was , Resolved , that the proposed national child labor amendment to the Federal Constitution should be adopted . The affirmative team , ...
LIBRARY PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
LIBRARY PLANNED Vol . I Construction of Building Battelle Memorial, Soon to Begin . The new library building , to be called the Battelle Memorial, is the bequest of Mr. Gordon Battelle, of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Battelle was the youngest trustee of the American University at the time of his death. Colonel P. M. Anderson was chosen as architect for the building, and his completed plans are now in the hands of the contractors. The building is to be under construction very soon . The Memorial is to be located north of the women's dormitory, and will face the main entrance of Hurst Hall. It is of classic architecture, having a pillared facade, and will favorably complement the other buildings of the Quadrangle. After the library has been erected the west side of the Quadrangle will be complete. On the ground floor will be situated work-rooms and book-stacks. One half of the first floor will be devoted to a two-story reading room; the other half, consisting of one story only, is to be parti...
CHORAL SOCIETY WORKS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
CHORAL SOCIETY WORKS ON OPERETTA Will Tell To Be Produced by Singers . The Choral Society has begun intensive work on the operetta , Will Tell , which will probably be produced during commencement week . Present plans call for the singing of the operetta out-of-doors . Under the direction of Mr . Shure , the members of the society have been working on the choruses for several weeks . Mrs . Rowe , who is in charge of the stage production of the operetta , will take the feminine lead , and witl begin rehearsals with the chorus very soon . Will Tell is a pseudo-farcical operetta in two acts written by W . Rhys-Herbert , who was one oi America s most distinguished composers . No other composer for the amateur stage has met with such spontaneous success as he : there is hardly an English-speaking town to be found without the performance of a Rhys-Herbert operetta to its credit . This , his last work before his death in 1921 , is written in his happiest , heartiest manner . Mr . Shure has...
WOMFN ( JIVE ATHLETIC EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
WOMFN ( JIVE ATHLETIC EXHIBITION Under direction of Miss Julia Pennington , women s athletic director , girls of the College of Liberal Arts , of American University , presented an exhibition Saturday night , April 10 , before a large audience , of the work of the physical education department , including dances , drills and eccentric numbers . The program included : Dance , Jack and Jill , Alice Mae Ramsey , Catherine Edwards , Rose Kaycoff and Sarah Roher ; drill by wands , Mary Tryon , Florence Fellows , Dorothy Moore , Ruth Rinkle , Beulah Widstrand , Louise Turbett , Rose Kaycoff , Elizabeth Joyce , Mary E . Wailes , Sarah Roher , Thelma Clugston , Catherine Edwards ; dance , Kamarinskaia , Dorothea Mehring , Ruth Elizabeth Ely , Dorothy W . Buchan , Florence E . Fellows , Helen Edwards , Lillian Anne Peters ; dance solo , The Clown , Lucille Beatrice Imlay ; dance , Columbine and Harlequin , Misses Clugston and Widstrand ; Indian club drill , Aileen Vivash , Miss Imlay , Helen...
BANQUET TO BE GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
BANQUET TO BE GIVEN I Women s Guild of the Ameri I mm-n v will give a banquet 1 inwisity Hall on Friday even- \ i . i . l -M , 1 &lt;&gt; 26 . The proceeds _» _&gt; ! ¦ - . _ised for various contri- &lt; Mm . ins to the dormitory . Tickets -arc now on sale at $ 1 . 50 each .
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
EDITORIAL ( Note : The editor writes in the first person singular on a subject which has aroused much feeling , since he wishes to express his own personal opinion without involving some twenty other members of the staff in a question upon which they doubtless oppose him . ) I have watched with great interest the battle which is being waged between two conflicting factions on the question of whose responsibility it is to condition the tennis courts for play . Practically the entire college is interested in the outcome since both men and women will be benefited by their repair . The majority claims that it is up to the college authorities to pay for fixing the courts ; tho minority—and an exceedingly small minority it is—says that in view of the little amount of work each student would do , the courts should be repaired by the students . Let us examine both sides of the question . On the one hand we have those who argue for the repairing of the courts by the college . Their chief arg...
ANOTHER LETTER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
ANOTHER LETTER We offer herewith one of those blights of every editor s life which the Socialist papers classify under the general heading of Vox Populi . We refuse to be so rash as to attempt a classification ; it is only fair to state , however , that this is one o fthose Well-what-are-you-going-to-do-about-H ? affairs . So , gentle reader , if you do not wish to be stirred from your beatific state of mental lassitude , we say unto you , in the words of the Boyg in Peer Gynl , Go round aboutl Dear Editor : It was after dinner on a week day evening . After dinner is enough to make anyone like myself unhappy , that is , in state of body . Then , too , the day had contained several unpleasant episodes which had left their marks on my suffering spirit . I was looking forward with pleasure to dancing away all my cares and troubles . I heard , however , no music , and after a little hopeful investigation , I discovered that the piano-players had escaped downtown for the evening . It was...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
The American Eagle Published Monthly by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price : Two Dollars a Year . Editor-in-Chief T . Leonard Mikules Associate Editor -.. Dorothea L . Mehring Assistant Editors : Roland Parrlsh , Hugh Spear , Samuel Billbrough Business Manager _ .. Roland Rice Asst . Business Manager Charles McDowell Art Editor ,. Florence Fellows Feature Writers Aileen Vlvash , L _ ouise Turbett Society Editor -Elizabeth Joyce Men s Sports Seeley N . Gray Women s Sports „ Dorothy Moore Humor Editor J . Courtney Hayward Reporters Lillian Peters , Bernice Field , Louis Young
LENTEN SERVICES HELI [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
LENTEN SERVICES HELI Unusual Chapel Services Prove Interesting The special Lenten services planned for the chapel periods before Easter were all interesting . The men who spoke to the students at that time are all eminent ministers of prominent Washington churches , and each gave an address spirit-filled with a vital message for the upbuilding of student life . These speakers included Dr . W . S . Abernethy , of Calvary Baptist Church ; Rev . George Farnum , of Cleveland Park Congregational Church ; Canon Stokes , of the Washington Cathedral , and Dr . F . B . Harris , of Foundry Methodist Church . The interest evinced in these messages warrants asking other representatives of various churches to speak at chapel ; for as Mr . Hutchins pointed out in his Lenten talk , this season of devotion and worship should continue throughout the year . Since chapel attendance is compulsory , the students feel they may demand something worthwhile , and the professors realize that they owe them th...
PICNIC PROVIDES FUN FOR STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
PICNIC PROVIDES FUN FOR STUDENTS Many students and several members of the faculty went on an auto jaunt to Harper s Ferry , West Virginia , where a picnic , with lunch prepared in the school dining room , was held . Dr . James arranged for the use of the Scottish castle at Harper s Ferry , a country place owned by a wealthy real estate operator named Hallam . The building is an exact replica of an old castle in Scotland . It is located on a knoll of Bolivar Heights , overlooking the Shenandoah Valley , and commands a view of four states and the District of Columbia . Dr . James compared the surrounding mountain ranges with a vast chalice , at the bottom of which sparkled the river . The interior of the castle is decorated with expensive paneling , and contains all the equipment necessary for domestic and extensive social life . The stud . nts played music and danced wirr in its great halls , all of which Mr Rose , the caretaker , had courte ¬ ously thrown open to them . The old gent...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
A very enjoyable dance was held in the Women s Residence Hall on Friday evening , April 9 . A balloon dance , and a lucky number dance , in which Aileen Vivash and Fred Reynolds won a box of candy , were the chief features of the program . During the intermissions punch was available , and later ice cream and cake were served in the dining room . Among those present were : Louise Turbett , Joseph Medernach _, Aileen Vivash , Fred Reynolds , Bernice Field , Vera Stafford , Phil Dimon , Lucille Imlay , Elizabeth Joyce , Seeley Gray , Beulah Widstrand , Ella Pergler , Arthur Gerth , Miss Young , Florence Fellows , Dexter Beasley ! Dot Buchan , Lillian Peters , Donald Bittenger , Dorothy Smith , Miss Pennington , James Sullivan , Martha Fuquay _, Carlisle Christie , and Thelma Ougston . Georgetown , George Washington , and Maryland Universities were also represented . Dean Mary Louise Brown was hostess to the senior class at breakfast on Sunday morning , April 18 , in the dining room of...
PI MU KAPPA HOLDS INTERESTING MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
PI MU KAPPA HOLDS INTERESTING MEETINGS The seventeen students in the Physics and Mathematics departments under the direction of Dr . Walter F . Shenton , organized a club known as Pi Mu Kappa , in the middle of February . The officers chosen were Arthur Gerth , president ; Helen Roher , vice-presi-dent ; Dorothy Buchan , secretary . Meetings are held monthly . At the first meeting , on Wednesday , March 17 , President Gerth gave a very entertaining demonstration of magic squares . The second meeting was featured by stereograph slides , various colors and combinations being presented . The mathematicians find the monthly discussions and demonstrations very interesting .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 23 April 1926
_Amtriratt _Unittmitit Coeducational—Chartered 1893 First Semester Begins September 21 , 1926 Lucius C . Clark , D . D ., Chancellor COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 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 23 states . Write for catalog to Dean G . B . Woods , Room 10 Hurst Hall , American University Campus , Washington , D . G . SCHOOL OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES 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 govern- GRADUATE SCHOOL OP ARTS AND SCIENCES 1901 F Street N . W . Graduate courses leading to the Degrees of Master of Arts , Master of Political Science , and Doctor of Philosophy .