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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

_iMflBiHiraisiBnsiii _^^ I I COLLEGE TYPES 1 _SjBIBflBIBRBi 5 UiSlfl 9 f 5 raUSISf 3 JS / S / _5 i _5 / S / SJ 3 ISJiSISJcL THE GUSHER Oh , doodness dracious , isnt he the tweetest ittle tweetums ? overflows automatically from an inexhaustible source at the slightest excuse whenever the Gusher sees anything out of the ordinary . The heavenly sweet object may not even be out of the ordinary and yet suffice as an excuse for the Gusher to advertise his particular brand of the milk of human windness — a brand so concentrated and artificially sweetened as to absolutely sicken unless taken in microscopic quantities . If a dog , child , or cat happens to stray across tha campus—woe be to it , the poor ittle sing , unless it be starved for caresses of that syrupy , sticky , gooey kind . No matter how dirty , starved or ugly it is , no matter if it raises suspicions by prolonged scratching—some one of the multitude of Gushers will seize the opportunity to overhow with tender concern and swee...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

Faculty Makes Plans For Christmas ( Continued from Page 1 ) and other Christmas delicacies ; and , of course , he will attend the annual meeting of the American Historical Society . Dr . Jackson plans to travel a bit ; and his itinerary includes western Pennsylvania , where he will give three illustrated lectures on Palestine , and Columbia University , New York City , where on December 28 and 29 he will attend a meeting of the National Association of Biblical Instructors . Dr . Jackson may also visit Detroit to be present at the Student Conference there . Mr . Dudley will be engaged in research work at the Congressional Library , and Professor Leineweber will conclude the translation of a book from Spanish into German . I m a lawyer , and I m going to work and work hard , declared Coach Springston on the subject of his vacation ; and Dr . Rouse , mathematics instructor , will be equally industrious with his trigonometry and calculus and his visit to the Bureau of Standards . Dr . H...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

I EAGLE SCREAMS _» ISI 3 ISJS 15 J 8 I 5 ISlSrSISI 51 SI 3 ISJ 31 S 15 IS 13 J 5 I 31 S _» A snake dance thought the girl as the lounge lizard put his name on her program . Student : I dont like some of these flies . Indignant Waiter : Well , pick out the ones you dont like and Ill kill them for you . Is he a good driver ? Well , when the road turns the same time he does , it s just a coincidence . A paper hanger has a tough time of it . Every time he thinks things are going smoothly he gets another job and goes to the wall . The hangman was adjusting the noose about the condemned man s neck . Will someone kindly sing ? Blest be the tie that binds , the victim requested . . Teacher : And many of the stars are bigger than the earth . Frosh : Please , sir , why don t they keep off the rain then ? Give the past participle of bride . Widow . Two old Scotchmen were found crying on a corner ; the cause of sorrow was that they had spent their youth together . Say , there goes that boy from...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

INVENTORS UNIVERSAL EDUCATOR—contains 900 mechanical movements ; 50 perpetual motions . Tells how to obtain and sell patents . Suggests new ideas . Kxplains how to select your attorney and avoid patent sharks . Special Price , $ 1 . 00 postpaid . Albert E . Dieterich , 602 Ouray Bldg _., Washington . D . C . Telephone , Cleveland 6661 Macomb Beauty Shoppe _ 3715 Macomb Street , N . W . Washington , D . C . Hours : 9 : 30 to 6 : 30 . Other hours by appointment .

Publication Title: American Eagle
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

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Publication Title: American Eagle
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

Consumers Company , Inc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _COAL-SERVICE Phone Main 1415 1415 K STREET N . W Good Coal Make * Warm Friends MANHATTAN LAUNDRY SERVICE CORPORATION 1336 to 1346 FLORIDA AVENUE NORTHWEST WASHINGTON , D . C . _Launderers Dry Cleaners Dyers WORK CALLKD FOR AND DELIVERED AT BOOK STORE CLEVELAND 1164 W . C . ALLARD , Jr ., & _BRO WISCONSIN AVENUE SERVICE STATION Battery Service - Gasoline and Oil - Oiling and Greasing - Free Crank Case Service - Tires and Tubes - Tire Repairing Accessories 4826 WISCONSIN AVE _., N . W . WASHINGTON D

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

Dance - Dance - Dance CAN YOU Miller Dancing Studio , 1329 N st . n . w Franklin 748 Special _Rati-s to Amer . University Students DULIN&MARTINCO . CHINA — SILVER — CRYSTAL Housewares Furnitures Gifts 1215-17 F St . —1214-18 G St . Washington , D . C . _igiaMSiaMSlElBiBisislaialalfilElSjalKisiElsis I Droop s H _ u e I _KVKRYTHINU MUSICAL [ I 1300 G STREET NORTHWEST [ 1 STKI . WVAV PIANOS [ _SWjaisMBJSjaMafaisiaiaiaraisMaiBiBiaiBiS GUDES Flowers For All Ocasions 1212 F Street N . W . Also 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W 3103 14 th St . N . W .

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

Where s Your Spirit ? The Advertisers in the Eagle the publication of the paper . - are making possible They Believe in American University We are intensely interested and progress of the American from letter of firm enclosing a Surely , Ill advertise — well in the development University — extract large ad . grow up together I Such Faith Deserves Your Support Read the Ads : : Patronize the Advertisers ! ART Muth < r _* 1 V * 710 13 th Supplies M 6386 Class Rings and Pins Favors 3 t itarrU $ do _~ _& \) _t _3 ewelcrs Cor 7 th and D Sts . N . W SOLE DISTRIBUTORS OF BIG FOUR CANDY CO ., _^ _jPboUsaU Confectioner * 60 S Iv STRHHT _NORTHWRS Phone , Franklin 6933 Chocolates _Vbe Choice of Confection HmraiBia _51 _BMMBI _015 MSJ _3 MaiSEM 5 THE NEW MENS STORE is _providing an _excellent rendevoux for college men in and about Washington . Here , in an atmosphere that is typically masculine and amid a setting of fine clothes and haberdashery , they have learned to meet...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 16 December 1927

Bethesda Farms Dairy M . E . PEAKE , Bethesda , Md . Wis . 3030 Permit 2868 Brad 78 MILK —BUTTERMILK —CREAM Barber and Ross Inc . 11 th and G Sts ., N . W . Hardware , House Furnishings , Tools , Radio and Auto Supplies Phone . Cleveland 4004 THE _MACOMfl ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS 3711 Macomb Street Northwest For Prompt Service and the Beit Cleaning and Dyeing Call Us . Hats Cleaned and Blocked Work Called for and Delivered Repairing Altering Modern Shoe Shop SALVATORI MANCARI , Prop 3704 Macomb Street N . W . Goodyear Shoe-Repairing System Goloshes and Rubbers Compliments of TheD . C . Engraving Co Rear 1325 G St ., N . W . Washington , D . C . If education is so refining , what makes a college course ?

Publication Title: American Eagle
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COLLEGE ACCREDITED BY M . E . BOARD OF EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

COLLEGE ACCREDITED BY M . E . BOARD OF EDUCATION College of Liberal Arts is Given by University Senate of M . E . Church Equal Scholastic Standing with Other M . E . Schools COLLEGE WILL SHARE M . E . SCHOLASTIC FUNDS DEAN AND CHANCELLOR ATTENDINGCONFERENCE Dr . Woods Speaks On Future Of Junior College At Conf . Of M . E . Edu . Assoc . Dean Woods and Chancellor Clark attended the conference of the Educational Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Atlantic City , the week of January 9 . Dean Woods addressed the conference Wednesday morning on the subject , The Future of the Junior College . While in Atlantic City he also attended the Council o f Church Boards , and the Association of American Colleges . It is always risky to prophesy anything , even the weather ; but it is downright foolhardy to utter a propnscy _ngamng any Taonvr jx practise in education , especially in the era of rapidly changing interest , standards and ideals . It is with this statement that Dean Wood...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COLLEGE CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

COLLEGE CALENDAR TWELFTH NIGHT TO BE PRODUCED Jan . 13 Fri . —C . U . vs . A . U . ( here ) . Jan . 14 Sat . —A . U . vs . High Point ( there ) . Jan . 16 Mon . —Last day of Registration without paying $ 2 . 00 fee . Last day to buy Aucola for $ 4 . 25 . Jan . 17 Tues—A . U . vs . Loyola ( here ) . Jan . 18 Wed . —A . U . vs . Duquesne ( here ) . Jan . 19 Thurs . —International Rel . Club . Jan . 21 Sat . —Exams begin . Jan . 22 Sun . —Vesper program by faculty . Feb . 1 Wed . —A . U . vs . C . U . at Brookland . Jan . 28 Sat . —Exams end . Jan . 31 Tues . —Second semester begins . Feb . 3 Fri . —Women s debate — Ohio Wesleyan ( here ) . Feb . 10 Fri . —Chas . Rand Kennedy Gres plays in gym . Dramatic Cluh Will Also Present Several Plays At Easter . Twwi / Mt Night has been _aukttno : ed by Professor Hutchini as the annual _Shakespearean play to be given sometime during the latter part of May . In a recent interview , Professor Hutchins said that the choice of a play for a college p...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Vol [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

Vol EAGLES DEFEAT G . W . IN A SENSATIONAL RALLY American Suffers Unexpected Defeat in First Game of Season at Hands of Gettysburg - High Point Downed in Fast Game by 29-22 Score TO MEET C . U . TONIGHT-HIGH POINT TOMORROW Exhibiting a quality nf passing and long looping which was truly superb , A . U . s star quintet overcame a seemingly hopeless six-point lead ithe last five minutes of play 1 trail lastlive _iiuuvijjiuj n III HIC , » , o _w * to defeat George Washington Tuesday night by the close score of 23 _tn 91 _TVip last few to 21 . The last few minutes of the game were drowned in a ceaseless roar of cheers from the A . U . student body , which was present almost in toto to see the second successive downfall of American s great athletic rival in the H Street gym . This was the third game of the season for the Eagles . The season had been opened Friday , December 6 , at Gettysburg , Pa ., when Gettysburg College avenged their unexpected downfall of last winter by defeating the...

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TEN DEBATES NOW ON SCHEDULE-BEGIN FEB . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

TEN DEBATES NOW ON SCHEDULE-BEGIN FEB . Entire Squad Including Women Will Participate—Two Dual Debates to be Held . DEBATE SCHEDULE Ohio Wesleyan ( Women )—Feb . 3 New York University —Feb . 11 University of Florida —March 2 Western Maryland ( Dual ) —March 3 Carleton College —March 14 Ohio Wesleyan —March 19 William and Mary ( Dual ) —March 30 The women s debate with Ohio Wesleyan of February 3 will open the A . U . forensic season for which ten debates are definitely scheduled and other - ana several oxner tentative engage squad of eighteen members win be used , A . U . _wifi be represented by four men s and two women s teams Ohio Wesleyan is the only contest definitely scheduled for the women so far . A . U . is establishing a tradition of giving every earnest candidate the opportunity of participating in at least one debate , and also employing the dual system . The men will use the same question as the women : Resolved : That American private investments in foreign countries sh...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

The College of Liberal Arts has been accredited by the University Senate of the Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church . The Senate is composed of Methodist College presidents from all over the country . Much interest was expressed in College program and in the progress of the University . The above telegram was received from Dean Woods from Atlantic City Wednesday , announcing that the College had been officially accredited by the Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church . This means that A . U . will receive a share of the financial support from the funds of , that board for the benefit of Methodist Collegia . : _^ _ff _^ Dean Thomas F . _Holgate _, of No ** . If Western University , representing if _* e • Executive Committee of t _* e Board of Education of the Methodist Church . Dean Holgate made a thorough inspection of the administrative office and equipment of the college and made a report to the committee . He stated that he was very favorably impres...

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"EAGLE" NEST MOVED TO HURST HALL [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

EAGLE NEST MOVED TO HURST HALL The EAGLE now has room to spread its wings ; its nest has been moved from the close confines of a small basement room in the library to Room 5 , on the first floor of Hurst Hall . The new room provides one hundred per cent mor % - floor space ; is furnished with two new desks , filing cabinet , book shelves , and ( most encouraging of all ) a larger waste basket . This is one piece of equipment which no editor uses enough , especially for material intended for the editorial column . Historically , the new room with its furnishings is of some interest . The large high desk used by the business manager has been used by Bishop Hurst and John McCHntock , first president of Drew , There is one group of photographs showing the different stages of the construction of Hurst Hall , and several other pictures showing important events in the history of the university . There are a number of other articles and pictures which have net yet been identified . The envi...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
C . R . KENNEDY TO READ PLAYS IN GYM [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

C . R . KENNEDY TO READ PLAYS IN GYM Charles Rann Kennedy , noted English dramatist , will read a series of his one-act plays in the American University gymnasium on February 10 . He will be assisted by his wife , Edith Wynne MatthiBon , one of the world s leading actresses . Mr . Kennedy is well known at American University . His play , The Servant in the House , was presented here twice last year , the latter performance being the first play given in the new theater gymnasium . He is also a personal friend of Professor Hutchins , director of dramatics . Mr . Kennedy first came to the United States about twenty years ago as a member of the company of Ben Greet players . He is the son of an English clergyman and waa educated as a classical student . Hit plays have been widely produced . Miss Mary Louise Brown , Dean of Women , was elected president of the Faculty Women s Club at its monthly meeting , January 6 , at the homtf of Mrs . Woods . Mrs . Shenton was elected secretary-treas...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Prof . Stowell Attends Intn'l Law Meeting [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

Prof . Stowell Attends Intnl Law Meeting Dr . Ellery C . Stowell , Professor of International Law , returned Monday evening from Cambridge , Massachusetts , where he acted on a Committee of Codification in International Law . This work is a part of the extensive program of the International Law Society , of which Dr . Stowell is a member . He and several other prominent international jurists attended the committee meeting . Dr . Henry B . Hazard , an alumnus of American University , lectured to Professor _StoweU _s classes In the graduate school dur ¬ ing sis SbMMSi

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COLLEGE NEW YEAR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

COLLEGE NEW YEAR POLITICIANS BUSY BASKET BALL Newspapers recently carried pictures or outstanding events that occurred in 1927 . Many of these pictures told stories of tragedy and death , but some of them portrayed situations of achievement and success . Most prominent among the latter group was the pictorial reproduction of Lindbergh s pioneer flight across a vast expanse of sea—to land at last—thousands of miles beyond his starting point . At the beginning of that same year another flight was started that has but recently reached its consummation . American University took off for its second eagle flight , and spanned an uncrossed sea of days . And eventually it also landed far beyond its starting point . Credit for the success of the flight is due many persons _, landing among these , however , is the pilot , Dean George _IpiHtei _fli _> tf 1 _« c faithfully at his-post through storm and hine , and carefully following his planned course , Dean is is responsible to a la...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
E EAGLE'S EYE D a _ssiflmramrMcMaaraMaMarajaEjaiaisjaisiy [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928

E EAGLES EYE D a _ssiflmramrMcMaaraMaMarajaEjaiaisjaisiy 5 Eii \\* n /» liviljtj 5 done , but not forgotten—1927 ! So pondering well the lessons it has taught us , We tenderly may bid the year Goodby , Holding in memory the good it brought us , Letting the evil dfe . This is the NEW YEAR , and felicitations are in order . Then , Happy New Year —and in the language of Bobby Burns , May ye just be as happy yoursel as ye like to see anybody else . After viewing the A . U .-G . W . game this week , with its frantic fourth quarter , we believe the sage s statement that energy and perseverance will do anything that can be done in this world . Further , we make the guess that our diminutive guard knows it is better to be small and shine than to be great _nml mat n sViaHnw . We have eyed some Aucola groups ! In the hour of suspense , while one is settin tight for the photographer , somebody ought to awaken all dormant responsibility by chanting the stirring refrain : It s the people in fron...

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