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FAMOUS CAST PLAY TOMORROW NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
FAMOUS CAST PLAY TOMORROW NIGHT _Piolisscir Hutrhins , iif the art department in thi University and a personal friend of Mr . Kennedy , has arranged for the presentation of the play , which will be open to the public . There will be no charge of ad ¬ . Preceding the dramatic program , the annual Valentine dinner will be held in the dining hall at 6 : 15 . It will be a formal occasion , and appropriate decorations will lend a festive atmosphere to the dining room . Special music will be furnished by the college orchestra . Alice Hetzel is chairman of the committee on arrangements . Admirers of Mr . Kennedys skill as a dramatist and Edith Wynne Matthison as an actress , are welcoming the unusual opportunity of seeing them both here Friday evening . Mr . Kennedy , who is the son of an English clergyman , won fame first in the United States with his now well-known play , The Servant in the House . He is also the author of The Winter-feast , The Idol Breaker , and The Terrible Meek . Mis...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
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DEBATE SEASON OPENS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
DEBATE SEASON OPENS The Would-Be Reformer Occasionally certain inspired individuals become afflicted with great worries such as : Is my brother toiling along in the straight and narrow path or is he strutting down the boulevard to destruction in a new Ford ?; Is he heading toward tragedy by making his own decisions when we can make better ones for him ?; Is he choosing wrong leaders ?; or again , Are his moral principles such that his grandchildren will take proper care of their paper dolls ? These are serious problems to the Reformer who believes in looking into the future and planning for it . ___™ College elections are favorite hunting grounds for the Reformer to stalk his prey . Dont tell anyone , but if John Dose O . F . Winde gets on the student council , the students will spend $ 1 . 73 more on the annual Faculty Frolic and Fun Fest than they will if Joseph Si Clone secures the position . Another favorite game trail to be haunted by our eagle-eyed Reformer is the editorial pa...
LEARNED SAGE UN -BENDS TO REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
LEARNED SAGE UNBENDS TO REPORTER Kindly 1 _ rofessor Delivers Careful Advice to Erring and Youthful Students The new _Eacle room offers more advantages to the staff than were mentioned in the last issue . For instance , one of the greatest of those which * were omitted lies ( or sits , or something ) behind the great inner door leading from the editorial office into the sanctum-sanctorum of one of the learned doctors on our faculty . As the reporters toil at their desks they are occasionally rewarded by a glimpse of the dignitary as he passes to and from that mystic innermost chamber . And sometimes he grants a word of greeting , or some great shining pearl of wisdom drops from his lips . He had paused a moment thus when the enterprising reporter hit on a great scheme for The Eagle . At the previous meeting of the • _rtaff , ways and means for getting something new had been discussed . Was not here a chance of a lifetime ? Just to get a few words from this busy notahle—could he do i...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
I EAGLE SCREAMS 2 J tmsirsi Kim rs % _mmtstrsira _rr \ ntn rsifflraffl m _isi rflfSIffifl He glanced at the beautiful woman beside him , his look heavy with anxiety and humble pleading , but she was unconscious of his appeal . For long moments he watched her , struggling with his emotion , desiring , yet afraid to ask the question that trembled on his lips . At last he spoke , wistfully , yearningly : Ma , c _ n I have the little piece of pie that was left over from dinner ?—Goblin . Did you ever hear Marion Talley ? No , you see I never play bridge . That is a sky scraper , announced the guide . Old Lady : Oh , my ! Id love to see it work . Sofa Song : Let the Flivver Light be Burning . He : The Pater has been pretty hard on me lately . She : I shouldnt say so , looking at the new roadster he just gave you . He : Oh , thats different ; I had to go two weeks without biting my finger nails . Mrs . Lucius C . Clark has issued invitations to a Spinster luncheon at her home , on the cam...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 9 February 1928
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_ONIYJF FLORIDA DEBATES TONIGHT Dual Debate With Western Maryland College Tomorrow Night CARLETON DEBATE SOON [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
_ONIYJF FLORIDA DEBATES TONIGHT Dual Debate With Western Maryland College Tomorrow Night CARLETON DEBATE SOON JUNIOR CLASS TO GIVE MINSTREL SHOW Tonight the debaters will meet the University of Florida here in one of the hardest contests of the year . Speer , Delaplain , and Espey have been selected for this debate , defending the negative of the protection of investments question . On Saturday night American has a dual debate with Western Maryland . Speer , Carpenter , and Rice will travel to Westminster and uphold the affirmative , while Wartier , Delaplain , and Espey will defend the negative on the home platform . The two hardest debates of the season come on March 14 with Carleton , and on March 19 with Ohio Wesleyan . The old team of last year , Speer , Delaplain ; and Rice , will take the floor against Carleton , defending the negative , while Speer , Carpenter , and Rice will defend the affirmative against Ohio Wesleyan . An interesting feature of the Carleton debate will be...
G . W . DOWNS EAGLES WITH LATE RALLY American Bows to St . Johns Duquesne , Loyola , and St . Bonaventure BROOKLYN POLY LOSES [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
G . W . DOWNS EAGLES WITH LATE RALLY American Bows to St . Johns Duquesne , Loyola , and St . Bonaventure BROOKLYN POLY LOSES An unexpected quartet of fielc goals by four different G . W . players in the final minutes of the game on Saturday night in the American gym overcame the Eagles 25-20 lead and gave our H St rivals a sweet 28-25 revenge foi their defeat earlier in the year . This defeat culminated a rather unsuccessful season for . the Eagles so far as scores were concerned , ten games out of fifteen played having been lost . Of the last six games of the season , in which the revised line-up played , only one resulted in a victory for American . On February 22 , In the American gym , the Eagles defeated Brooklyn Poly 33-26 , after having trailed their op ¬ ponents momentarily at the beginning of the last quarter . In the preceding week , three games had been lost on successive nights , Duquesne winning 24-18 at Pittsburgh on Tuesday night ; Loyola College , 21-18 at Baltimore...
A . U . A . HOTBED OF NATIONAL POLITICS Republicans and Democrats Straggling for Supremacy RIVALING NEWSPAPERS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
A . U . A . HOTBED OF NATIONAL POLITICS Republicans and Democrats Straggling for Supremacy RIVALING NEWSPAPERS DOCTOR CLARK AT THE PRINCETON MEEETING During the last month the campus has become a veritable political hotbed , with organized parties . The Republicans were the first to organize . They elected their national committee as follows : Randall Penhale , chairman ; Ellsworth Tompkins , Raymond Spaeth , Florence Fellows , and Jack La Favre . The Democrats followed with their organization . Their committee consists of Aldred Jones , chairman ; Mary Jane Stewart , S . E . ( Texas ) Brooks , Jr ., Warner Frazer , and George Sixbey . The night previous to their organization the Democrats held a rally dinner , speeches being made by Miss Gait , Texas Brooks , and Roland Rice . Much literature has been spread over the campus by the Republicans . Factions supporting several presidential candidates have already caused some dissension in the ranks of the G . O . P . The split has gone ...
Spanish Artists to Talk On Native Customs [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
Spanish Artists to Talk On Native Customs CO-EDS DEFEAT W . M . IN LAST B . B . GAME La Lenorade Palencia , a noted artist from Madrid , will talk on Spanish customs in the ! drawingroom of the American University on Thursday , March 8 . Senora de Palencia is of a celebrated theatrical family . She has a large number of Spanish costumes which are to be exhibited by some of the girls of the University . The unusualness of an exhibition of beautiful Spanish costumes of many periods on with the fact that the models are A . U . girls , makes this an especially interesting program . Senora de Palencia has spoken in many colleges in various sections of the United States . Lose Two Preceding Games To George Washington And Gallaudet The American U . women s basketball team came to the front in the last game of the season by a 24-2 _&gt; victory over Western Maryland . The co-ed teams played excellent ball , with Sue Brandt starring for the Eagles , and Murphy and Mills doing equally...
Gerth Elected President Of Dramatic Club [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
Gerth Elected President Of Dramatic Club FINAL B . B . COUNT IS 5 WON AND 10 LOST A . U . Totals 353 Points to Opponets 435 COLLEGE CALENDAR The Dramatics Club began the season on Monday evening , February 20 , with election of officers and try-outs . Arthur Gerth was elected President ; Sedie Martz , Vice-Pres-ident ; Irene Dezondorf , Secretary ; and David Morgan , Treasurer . The try-outs brought out much new talent in addition to the students who have returned to the course . The plans for the season include several productions of Twelfth Night , with two casts playing through the entire season . Two short plays will also be given some time in April . The class meets regularly on Monday evening at 7 : 30 . The 1927-28 basketball season foi American University resulted in ten games lost and five won—High Point , George Washington , Loyola Blue Ridge , and Brooklyn Poly each losing one game to the Eagles ; Gettysburg , High Point , St . Johns , Loyola , St . Bon » vent « re , * ii...
THE POLITICAL SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
THE POLITICAL SITUATION MORE LIGHT ON ROMANTIC GERMANY FRESHMEN ACTIVE A . U . is in the midst of her mock political campaign which is being sponsored by the EAGLE . Both of the major parties are now organized and the Progressives at least have a strong bloc . Party strife runs high _l and if certain individuals on the campus take such fervent interest in the real campaign as they are now , Hoover , Curtiss , and Al Smith are each assured of several good campaign workers . The Elephant s Ear , the journalistic organ of the G . 0 . P ., has made its initial appearance . It is hoped that the next Democratic reply may be uttered with the pure tone of a bray and not sound so much like it was coming through a trumpet . There should be three chief objects in these local political manuevers . First , all possible spontaneous fun and interest should be provided ; second , the national committees should see that as far as possible their parties follow the prescribed procedure so that the cam...
WHY I AM NOT A DEMOCRAT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 2 March 1928
WHY I AM NOT A DEMOCRAT Such a foregone conclusion ! I AM and have always been a Republican because of the planks in its platform not to be found in that of the Democratic . It was a case of my better judgment coupled with sane reasoning that dictated my choice of the Republican party . Any serious-minded student of political science , economics , and logic would do likewise . A careful survey of membership rolls will show that people align with the Republican group because of general principles . Those who number themselves in the rapidly diminishing Democratic party are only there _because of reasoning ( no , it cannot be reason !) on false premises . Somewhere the syllogism has gone amiss . I have been criticised as being only recently converted to the Republican ranks . Nothing could be further from the point ! When a student in a Wisconsin school , it was my good fortune there to be selected a member of the Republican committee . And I do not claim membership in this great part...