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BITTINGER CHOSEN FOOTBALL CAPTAIN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
BITTINGER CHOSEN FOOTBALL CAPTAIN Football Banquet Helf For 1927 Gridiron Warriors Last Monday Evening The annual football dinner was held in the dining-room on Monday evening . Dr . Holton was toast-master . Dean Woods made the first speech . He measured the success of the season by the attitude of the men toward each other and the attitude of the college toward the team . William Caples , this years captain , gave a speech of thanks as did Donald Bittinger , the new captain . Dr . Clark spoke on the sportsmanship of the English . The dinner was concluded with the awarding of the athletic letters and certificates . The final scores , according to the banquet speeches , convey but little important truth . They are as follows : 0—A . U . Gettysburg —31 0—A . U . Geo . Wash . —27 38—A . U Blue Ridge— 0 6—A . U St . Johns—36
KAY WOODS HONORED Receives Fellowship From Colorado University [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
KAY WOODS HONORED Receives Fellowship From Colorado University Katherine Woods , daughter of Dean Woods , was awarded in November a $ 600 _fellowship at the University of Colorado , Boulder , Colorado , where she is studying for her masters degree in English . She obtained her A . B . at Carleton . Miss Woods was an American University student the first semester that the college was in existence , from September , 1925 , to January , 1926 . While she was attending this university , she was an honor student , participated in athletics ( particularly basketball ) , and was an active member of the Eagle Staff .
International Relations Club Given Literature [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
International Relations Club Given Literature 6—A . U Bridgewater— 7 6—A . U Gallaudet—20 At the regular meeting of the International Relations Club which was held Friday night , December 2 , Mr . Taylor announced that the club had been presented volumes dealing with international affairs . Included in the books were such prominent works aB Quigley s From Versailles to Locarno ; Gibbons An Introduction to World Politics ; and Williams China Yesterday and Today . The books were given by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace , to encourage the study of International Relations . The chief business before the club was the discussion and adoption of a constitution .
COLLEGE LOYALTY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
COLLEGE LOYALTY CHANGE THE GOSLING COURT ? When a student from some other college transfers to American University , it is only natural for him to remember his former college with pride and pleasure . This is also true of Freshmen entering from a preparatory school . Such students naturally hold their previous school in very high esteem and they should do so out of gratitude to the institution which has served them . If such a gratitude has not been developed , the new student is very poor material out of which to make a worthy A . U . man or woman , one other American University men and women are proud to acknowledge as a product of their alma mater s influence and training . Affections for other schools and colleges are , however , rough too highly emphasized . Such attitudes make college unity an impossibility—that unity of spirit and purpose so necessary to the successful college . The question is one of proportion . Nc student is asked to forget his previous school , as that is...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
_|; _£ f ) c _Spectator • iG _^ _WOOOWJOOOOOOOOfliGiGOOOOG _* Aims of College Athletics At the annual football banquet at A . U , on Monday evening , Dean Woods named three characteristics that made a successful football team : playing its best , playing a clean and moral game , and playing with a loyal feeling of supporting the University . Winning games is a secondary matter . It is commonly recognized that intercollegiate athletics today are run on a commercialized , and essentially a professionalized basis which defeats the ends for which they should exist . Winning games is the one aim of most athletic teams in the country today , and almost any means are justified by the universities in gaining a championship record . Athletes with poor moral and scholastic standing are essentially hired in one way or another , and profesisonal coaches are aften paid far more than any member of the faculty or administrative board . Intercollegiate athletics as a means of physical education amo...
Around The World With "Wally " [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
Around The World With Wally Student Opinion NEW JERSEY ( A yood example of what this worlds coming to . ) New Jersey is a wonderful place to go for an automobile tour if you want inspiration . Everyone in the State is so hospitable that most of the populace keep hot-dog stands on the side of the main highways so as to keep the poor hungry motorists from starving to death . ( Or maybe it s to get those few who survive automobile accidents ; I wouldnt argue for the world . ) I had a little experience with this New Jersey hospitality : Last summer I had the privilege of riding over the N . J . highways . The roads were so nice that I just couldnt resist stepping on it . I was going rather fast when I noticed that there was a playful minion of the Law ( dont get scared —that only means a cop ) on a motorcycle behind me , and he looked as if he wanted to race . Now I m not the kind who would turn down a little fun , so I raced with him , Finally he got tired , so he drew alongside of me ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
1 EAGLES EYE b _ m _3 _JSJgMSJSJSJcJJSJ _5 JB _® _SMSM _3 J 5 JE ! IBMSMi The curtain rises . Our Gosling is in the public eye again . ( Such a wily-nily little goose to wander so !) But then , it is not a modern problem—this of the gosling . Rather , the scene smacks of hoary age and veneration . Did not the ancients _have their goslings too ? Indeed , ) ne young Sophomore does credit to his appreciation of literary and historic values , to follow the great statesman Pericles , to the point of _lis announcement : Whip thee , _gosling . I think I shall have something to do with you . ( See Shakespeares Pericles IV , ii , 91 , ) f skeptical . ) Immediately the Soph solo part is re-enforced by a plaintive chorus of Sophomore voices , chanting with the renowned Coriolanus : Ill never be such a gosling to obey instinct . ( Self-preservation in this case . ) ( A member of the English department brought these words of Shakespeare s before the Eagles Eye . ) We listen wonderingly for the g...
A . U . SPIRIT DURING CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
A . U . SPIRIT DURING CHRISTMAS During vacation every student should mingle his most enthusiastic college spirit with an overflowing Christmas spirit and consider himself an ambassador of A . U . Christmas is a time when students are mixing with friends and , are given many opportunities to answer questions about their college . The answers given and the attitude shown will give many strong impressions of A . U . The best advertisement for a university is her students—and rightly so . A university is not only judged by the success of her alumni but also by the attitude of her students during their college days . Every A . U . student now has a definite impression of his university ; many will have opportunity to express that impression to the outside world for the first time . Freshmen especially who will be meeting thir old high school friends should make special effort to influence the best students ( and only the best ) of their acquaintance to consider coming to A . U . Every lo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
high school papers . This willingness to cooperate , it seems , should _bt capitalized . Other colleges with which tht writer is familiar have found tha &lt; one college year book attracts a great deal of attention and interest from high school students , so that in May or June of each year , one copy is sent to the larger high school libraries . The pictures of the various college organizations , campue views , faculty photographs , are attractive and often lead to a student s request for further information from the college offices . Whatever method is chosen is relatively unimportant . What IS important is that American University should increase its enrollment one hundred per cent next year ! The facilities are here—the need ii for a larger student body , and that can only be secured by a definite effort exerted by the adminittration to _advertise American _Univertity . Send The Eaqud to the hig h schools I Send _Thi Aucoul Randall R . Penhale .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hugh W . Speer Associate Editor _ . . - Pauline A . Frederick News EDITOR Fred Carpenter Society , Irene Dezendorf ; Women s Athletics , Esther McVey ; Office , Rosalie Dimmette ; Reporters , Blake Espey , Elizabeth Joyce , Dorothy Moore and DeLos Platz . Features Editor George Sixbey Eagle s Eye , Hattie Teachout ; Eagle Screams , Irene Pyle ; Writers , Marion Cross , and William Wolowitz . Departments Editor W . Willis Delaplain Art , Gladys Macafee , and Mary Chadwick ; Debate , Jane Lytle ; Dramatics , Laura Barrett ; Exchanges , Katheryne Severance ; Music , Delsie Appel . Make-up Editor Sarah Roher Copy and Proof Readers , Helen Roher , Laura Everett , Dorothy Buchan , Mary Jane Sewart ; Headlines , Roland Parrish ; Secretar y , Anna Louise Flaig ; Typists , Randall Penhale , and Katherine Heath . BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Raymond Spaeth Assistant Business Manager , Fred Dietrich ; Circulation Manager , Norman Cramer ; Assistant Circulatio...
FROSH AND SOPHS MIX ON FRESHMAN DAY Freshmen Fail in Attempt To Evade Sophomores [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
FROSH AND SOPHS MIX ON FRESHMAN DAY Freshmen Fail in Attempt To Evade Sophomores SPRINGSTON S MEN START PRACTICE Where there s smoke , there s fire . The campus fairly bustled the Wednesday befora Thanksgiving—bags were packed ; autos swung to the curb in front of the dorm steps ; busses going downtown were crowded;—and a thin ribbon of smoke lazily drifted across the quadrangle from a point somewhere between Hurst Hall and the Battelle Memorial . Groups of _upperclassmen whispered together a moment , then hurried away , smiling superior upperclassmen smiles . A few Frosh peeped daringly from the fastness of far corners ; and the glorious green emblem of their class crinkled slowly into yellow ashes under the heated ire of the Sophs . It had all happened this way : — For several weeks the Sophs had been planning a party for the youngsters of 31 . An entertaining and instructive program had been carefully prepared . Invitations had been posted all about the campus , and everything wa...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
COMING EVENTS December 26-27-28 In keeping with practices of other leading college papers , The AMERICAN Eagle , commencing with this issue , will endeavor to suggest the best events to take place in Washington , particularly of interest to university students . The list follows : December 16—Friday Dr . Robert E . Speer , moderator of the Presbyterian Church , will speak at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church . This is an unusual opportunity to hear an orator of the highest repute . * * * Mme . Geraldine Farrar will sing w ; ith the New York Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall this evening . It was many months ago that we heard Jerry , hence her reappearance in Washington will be welcomed by every lover of good music . And then to hear New York s best orchestra makes this evening one of double interest . What a rare treat ! December 17—Saturday Monsieur Beaucaire , featuring Rudolph Valentino , will be shown at the Little Theater commencing Saturday , to continue one week . Dec...
X-mas Vespers Held [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
X-mas Vespers Held AROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY After the regular Sunday night tea last Sunday , the annual Christmas vesper service was held . The program was interesting and unique . Some of the special features were the reading of The Other Wise Man , by Mr . Houston , and a number by the male quartet of the College . There were many visitors who joined heartily into the spirit of the occasion , and assisted in making the evening a success . ( Continued from Page 2 ) told him that I thought that the roads were good enough and that it would just be a waste of my money to contribute . He differed with me , and told me that I really should stay a week or two ( he offered to pay all my expenses—kind soul !) and get the low-down—the inside dope on the real condition of the roads . He promised me first-hand contact with the situation . But I told him that I had to be on my way to New York and was very sorry I couldnt accept his hospitality . I told him also that I noticed there was a ra...
BRECKY CLUB PLAN SEVERAL FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
BRECKY CLUB PLAN SEVERAL FEATURES // it is done by PHOTOGRAPHY WE DO IT Main 5495—5496 TENSCHERT&amp;FLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS 802 F St . N . W . Rooms 39-40-41 The Brecky Club Dance which was held Saturday evening , December 10 , in the college gymnasium was undoubtedly the most successful dance held this year . Not only was the attendance large ( fifty couples ) , but there seemed also to be a greater spirit of sociability and congeniality . Besides the students from A . U . the club had as its guests couples from Central and from each of the other local high schools . Several of Central Alumni , now attending George Washington and Georgetown U . were present at the dance . Central students or graduates were designated by small blue and white ribbons . A new and artistic scheme of decorations was used . The effect of a lowered ceiling was obtained by parallel rows of twisted blue and white crepe paper and the orchestra , Lee Field s College Commanders , was placed at one side of...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
Basketball Calendar Feb . 4 . —Blue Ridge ( at home ) . Feb . 11 . —St . John s ( Annapolis Maryland ) . Jan . 0—Gettysburg ( Gettysburg , Penna . ) . Jan . 7 . —High Point ( at home ) . Jan . 10 . —George Washington . Jan . 13 . —Catholic University . Jan . 14 . —High Point ( at High Point ) . Jan . 17 . —Loyola ( at home ) . Jan . 18 . —Duqucsne ( at home ) . Feb . 1 . —Catholic University ( at Brookland , D . C ) . Feb . 14 . —Duquesne U . ( Pitts burg , Penna . ) . Feb . 22 . —Brooklyn Polytechnic . Feb . 25 . —George Washington . Feb . 28 . — Loyola ( Baltimore , Maryland ) . _^&lt;^^«^ _W _^&lt;^^^^^*« &amp; » _$ _te&amp;
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927
I _FYPHANflFS I X _Miawiiiiii _^ iuw if University of Omaha forms Knothole Club for small boys to see the games . Swathmore women vote to open the library on Sunday evening . Maryland dedicates new chemistry building with provost emeritus , Dr . Edgar F . Smith of the University of Pennsylvania , as the principle speaker . Harvards law school is the largest of its kind with an enrollment of 1 , 508 . Comdr . Byrd describes Atlantic and Other Flights in lecture at Michigan . Library or Gym Standing on the campus Balanced on the brim—On the right the library , On the left the gym . Physical or mental , Better brain or limb ? Perspiration ? Concentration ? Library or gym . Well , Ill have to choose one—Chant me , choir , a-hymn . Dont be silly , library , Im going to the gym . Young Haverford Dartmouth students leave their books and aid citizens of Hartford , Vermont , in rehabilitation of the town . Are you Hungry ? Yes , Siam . Den , Russia to de table and Ill Fiji , All right—Sweede...