Elephind.com contains 126,739 items from American Eagle
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Around The World I With "Wally " a _^ SISJSISISlSI _5 _ISI 5 fSIHSlSI 5 _ISISISMSfSri _2 ISIE ALTOONA [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
Around The World I With Wally a _^ SISJSISISlSI _5 _ISI 5 fSIHSlSI 5 _ISISISMSfSri _2 ISIE ALTOONA ( The Pride of Pennsylvania ) Hilh , trains , hills , race track * , hills , mioiv , ice , hills , Altoona , rain , fog , hilts , subdivisions , roundhouses , classification yards , wore hills , gymnasium , trick dancing , and more hills—that s Altoona . New Year s Eve , Jack LaFavre , Leland Field , and yours truly left _Washington for Altoona , Pa ., the home of the McVeys . Twasnt raining , twas just foggy , when we left . We had to stop in Frederick to satisfy a foolish whim of Lees . He thought that just because we were going to go over a lot of mountains we should have our brakes tightened . So , to stop him from crying , we had our brakes fixed . As we rode on , the fog increased and at times stuck on the windshield so that we couldnt see . Not that it made any difference , but Jack was rather nervous , so Lee , at risk of life and limb , got out on the running board while we we...
Student Opinion I i _^^ _SISISISISISISISISSISISISISMISFSMSISM IBRARY CATALOGUING [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
Student Opinion I i _^^ _SISISISISISISISISSISISISISMISFSMSISM IBRARY CATALOGUING One of the most important departments of any university is the library . American University has a right to be proud of its library , the one very desirable feature being the fact that most of the available books are up-to-date and modern . One or two of the departmental shelves are endowed , thus insuring a permanent inflow of excellent reference works . There are some books , however , which do not depreciate in value because of age . We have hundreds of such books on the shelves in Hurst Hall and not a few in the Battelle Memorial basement . They have laid on the shelves for years—forgotten ; never used . No one knows what tests are available . Indexing of these books is progressing by the library staff , but with the limited number employed in actual index work , it will be months before the work is completed . Meantime students must be denied the use of these books , necessitating frequent expensiv...
AUCOLA SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
AUCOLA SNAPSHOTS A ship without a rudder , a politician without i platform , or a newspaper without news are , colloquially speaking , sitting pretty in comparison with an Annual without a gofid snapshot section . The staff of the 1928 Aucola has been working conscientiously in order to make this year s Annual an even greater success than that of last year . The business staff has been laboiv ing to sell yearbooks and solicit advertising , those in charge of the pictures have been berating the various groups and individuals into action and have succeeded in having most of these pictures taken . Now it is up to the student body as a whole to contribute to the snapshot section . If everyone who has pictures that are suitable will hand them to Ruth Rinkelthe snapshot editor , this important division of the book will be a success ; and each student will have that much more reason to prize his Aucola .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
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 _IjDITOB . - George Sixbey EAGLE S Eye , _Hattie Teachout ; Eagle Screams , Irene PyJe ; Wbiters , 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 _Readsrs , Helen Roher , Laura Everett , Dorothy Buchan , Mary Jane Sewart ; Headlines , Roland Parrish ; Secretary . Anna Louise Plaic : Typists . Randall Penhale , and Katherine Heath . BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . Raymond Spaeth Assistant Business Manager , Fred Dietrich ; Circulation Manager , Norman Cr...
A . U . DEFEATS G . W IN HARD GAME [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
A . U . DEFEATS G . W IN HARD GAME (( . oMlllllUcl tlnlll I . IKl 1 ) the scon 1 . standing &gt; - » i Kes . _slor rang up throe units , _ineluding A . U . s only score for free throws . After another exchange of baskets , the half ended with American leading , 11-8 . The second period brought another exchange of field goals , followed with a short loop by Jim Birthright , giving the Eagles the long end of a 15-10 count . Up to this juncture the blue and orange five had been obviously playing the superior game , but an improvement of form by the Hatchetites , combined with loose guarding under the basket and over-confidence on the part of the Eagles caused the aspect of things to change . Time after time the G . W . five passed the ball down the floor and with little difficulty dropped it thru the net from a short distance , until , with the game wearing well toward the end , the score stood 19-15 in their favor . When at this point , G . W . began to freeze the ball , A . U...
DEAN & MRS . WOODS OBITUARY GIVE XMAS DINNER ! [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
DEAN &amp; MRS . WOODS OBITUARY GIVE XMAS DINNER ! All disappointment of a Christmas Day away from home was completely forgotten l &gt; y the out-of-town students who spent their vacation in Washington , for they were all guests of Dean and Mrs . Woods at their third annual A . U . Christmas dinner . Since the guests were those living a distance from Washington , it was a very cosmopolitan group ; the representation by states was as follows : Kansas four , Texas two , Minnesota two , Indiana one , and Florida one . The crowd began to assemble about one o clock , all happy and anticipating a good time , and all with well-preserved appetites — those who had enjoyed a previous Christmas dinner at the Woods home , with a very well-preserved appetite . After all had arrived and succeeded in making themselves at home , the big event of the day was announced —the dinner . While the Dean was busying himself with the task before him—carving the turkey—some statistician sugges...
_OMINC ; ATTRACTIONS IN _WASHINGTON [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
_OMINC ; ATTRACTIONS IN _WASHINGTON EAGLE NEST MOVED TO HURST HALL January VI— The Silver Cord , Sidney Howard s play , at the Belasco Theater this week . It is an oldfashioned story of mother and child . Laura Hope Crews plays mother in a most acceptable manner . Sharps and Frats , musical comedy presented by George Washington University at the Wardman Park Theater , one week , beginning the 9 th . Prices— $ 1 . 50 and $ 1 . January 18—Paderewski plays at the Lyric Theater in Baltimore . Seats $ 2 . 75 to $ 5 . 50 . An opportunity one ought not to miss . January 22— Chicago , a killing comedy at the National . Good seats at $ 1 . 65 , gallery 50 _cts . January 23—John McCormack sings in the Washington Auditorium . Seats at $ 2 . 50 to $ 1 . 50 . January 24—Philadelphia Orchestra in its third concert in Washington at the Auditorium . Sir Thomas Beecham is guest conductor . Other concerts are slated for February 14 and March 27 . January 25—Feodor Chaliapin , great Russian basso , si...
Ten Debates Now On Schedule-Begin Feb . 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
Ten Debates Now On Schedule-Begin Feb . 3 ( C _lintinned ft ( nil _Iiine 1 ) Sneer ; _und Williams , Lowe , and Ksney . The schedule is of particular interest to those who have followed debate here before . A . U . s first forensic contest was a no-de-cision debate with Carleton College the first year , in which Rice , Speer and Charles McDowell participated , but this time the winner will have to be decided . The squad is more than anxious to meet William and Mary and Western Maryland in the two dual debates in order to uphold last year s reputation in the first case and to return the compliments of defeat to Western Maryland . Coach Fleming has expressed a spe ¬ cial desire to defeat phio Wesleyan , his Alma Mater , in both debates . Practice debates are being held two and three times a week now in order to get everybody into shape before examinations . It is of special note to know that over half of the squad are Freshmen , so there is plenty of material available lor coming year...
PARLOR PROPHECIE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
PARLOR PROPHECIE Editor s Note : This article marks a slight digression from the usual College Types . It comes rather as a satire on the whole group which lingers about the parol each evening pursuing pleasure and , as a result of the quest , obtaining mush . [ ™ L _^ 0 As the old year dies away and a new year comes blithely on the scene various changes will take place and Parlor Diplomacy will become a popular course in our curriculum . The new year , a smiling little cherub , may be entitled Cupid militant , for this is Leap Year . Now or never , say maids in a frame of mind varying all the way from faint hope to positive conceit . Get your man , say the fair sex . Dont shoot , Cupid , until you see the green of their bankrolls . On with the dance , says our sweet young year . The dancer must be a good athlete , rope walker , and mixer to succeed in the new dances . The new year may be chubby , but he has a mean hop , skip and jump which he calls a graceful glide but which looks ...
L REL . CLUB HOLDS MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
L REL . CLUB HOLDS MEETINGS INT Voting in of several new members was the major accomplishment of the third meeting of the International Relations Club Friday evening , January 6 . The following were passed upon favorably by the members of the club and will be initiated into full membership at the next meeting : Katheryne Severance , Elizabeth Hill , Dorothy Moore , Raymond Spaeth , James Johnson , Robert Bergman . These additions will make the membership of the club , which is constitutionally limited to twenty-five , number twenty-two . Dean Woods and Professors Stowell , Taylor , and Neprud were unanimously elected honorary members . The time of meeting of the club was discussed and every second Thursday evening at 7 : 15 , beginning January 19 , was accepted as most suitable . Examinations are no longer dim , formless horrors of a dimmer future ; they are now bitter realities . From the timid Freshman who wails dolefully , Oh , do they really last three hours ? I ve never had fin...
"STAR" MUSIC EDITOR WILL READ POETRY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
STAR MUSIC EDITOR WILL READ POETRY Miss Fetter To Be Guest Of Poetry Club At Next Meeting , January 19 . The Poetry Club will have Miss Helen Fetter of the Washington Star , as their guest speaker on Thursday afternoon , January 19 , at which time she will read some of her own poetry . Miss Fetter is the Music Editor of the Evening Star . It is her privilege to handle all of the musical events of importance occurring in Washington . During the summer she spends her time at the McDowell Colony , in Connecticut . There she has come in contact with many of the modern literary artists . She will speak to the club on the personalities of some of the outstanding modern poets .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
MANHATTAN LAUNDRY SERVICE CORPORATION 1336 to 1346 FLORIDA AVENUE NORTHWEST WASHINGTON , D . C . _Launderers Dry Cleaners Dyers WORK CALLKD FOR A . _NP _DKUVKRKI ) AT BOOK STORE CLEVELAND 1164 W . C . ALLARD _, Jr ., &amp; BRO WISCONSIN AVENUE SERVICE STATION Battery Service - Gasoline and Oil - Oiling and Greasing - Free Crank Case Service - Tires and Tubes - Tire Repairing Accessories 4326 WISCONSIN AVE .. N . W . WASHINGTON D . C
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 13 January 1928
_SraigMSJaJSJSI _^ _iMfflSfa _^ _&amp;eUM _^ _MaisJ EAGLE SCREAMS Little Willie , _tiveti of play , Pushed sister in the well one day . Said mother , as she drew the water , Indeed , its hard to raise a daughter . —Goblin . Want to read a book on immigration ? No , I dont read racy literature . His father oalls him Arch be cause he always needs support . Is he conceited ? Conceited ? Why , every time he hears a clap of thunder he runs to the window and makes a bow . Here Is Another Joke : She : Kiss Me ! He : Ah , wait a while Betcha the Gettysburg kicks off ! I didnt even know they sick . team were Mother : This hurts me more than it does you , Billy . Billy : Don t be too severe with yourself , Mama . She ( tragically ) : Stop , this cant go on ! Shoe Salesman ( soothingly ) : Very well , madam , well try other size . an Pretty soon : Pass your exams —? It was this way— Neither did I ; shake She was only a manicurist , but she could certainly nail her man ! He : Football i...