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TIONS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
TIONS CLUB A thorough study of the arguments for and against restricted immigration is planned for the program of the International Relations Club , Thursday evening , March 29 , The present restriction policy of the United States will be defended by Edwin Brooks and Kay Severance ; , the attitude of foreign nations , particularly Italy , Mexico , and China , will be upheld by Donald OIntstead and Mary J . Stewart Senora de Palencia , of Madrid , gave an interesting talk to the students on the evening of March 8 . The lecture , which was delivered in the chapel , concerned the costumes and customs of different regions of Spain . The Senora had with her many beautiful costumes with which she illustrated her talk . She amused the assemblage by her representation of the marriage customs of some of the more remote regions of Spain . /
MR . FLEMING AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP TO ENG . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
MR . FLEMING AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP TO ENG . •• Mr : ¦ Fleming , Debate coach and student at the graduate school , _ia the * fortunate recipient of a traveling scholarship , which entitles him to a summer in England for the study of school and social conditions there . The Washington Branch of the English Speaking Union announced recently that Arthur S . Fleming , who is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan , has been designated from the men teachers of the District of Columbia as the winner of the scholarship for this section . Mr . Fleming will leave the last of June for England and will spend the summer in observing and obtaining first-hand information about England , and in study of English society .
NEW INSTRUCTOR IN CHEMISTRY CHOSEN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
NEW INSTRUCTOR IN CHEMISTRY CHOSEN Mr . Edward W . Engel has been secured as an instructor in chemistry , to assist Dr . Holton next year . Mr . Engel will receive his Ph . D . degree from Princeton in June . He received his A . B . from Union College , Schnectady _, N . Y ., in June 1925 . Mr . Engel will teach analytical chemistry and assist in organic . He is a member of Sigma Xi , the national honorary scientific fraternity .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
Ammran _Iniu _^ rattu Coeducational—Chartered 1893 Second Semester Begins January 31 , 1928 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 29 states . Write for catalog to Dean G . B . Woods , Room 10 Hurst Hall , American University Campus , Washington , D . C . 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 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 of Arts , Master of Political Science , and Doctor of Philosophy .
THE CLASSROOM BABY [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
THE CLASSROOM BABY &amp; § m The Classroom Baby was a whiz in high school . The faculty fell all over itself to give A s and other credit marks . Pond papa and mama just knew that they had at last brought a genius into the world . So Ml order to impress the world with the quality of their product they Sent it on to college before the head , bulged out with honors , had had a chance to get back to normal . Of course papa s and mama s little man is delighted to have more Worlds to conquer and sets out with if joyful heart for college where he enrolls in his classes like any ordinary student . The Baby is then preSented to certain professors to be . educated , and on the opening day these professors get their first glimpse of a student from Grassville who actually made a ninety-five percent average straight through the Village high school . There he is , parked on the front row within signaling distance of the professor . r _^ E _^ n The professor opens the course with a little...
DEBATERS TIE WITH OHIO WESLEYAN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
DEBATERS TIE WITH OHIO WESLEYAN ( Continued from Page 1 ) American University debaters were awarded a 2-1 decision over representatives of the University of Florida , March 2 . The visitors , Messrs . Milan , Miller and Thornal , supported the affirmative pointing out a number of evils resulting from military protection . American University , upholding the negative with Speer , Delaplain , and Espey , showed that the policy of armed intervention , sanctioned by international law , was the only effective means of securing adequate protection , and that it was essential to the best in ¬ terests of all nations concerned . Dr . Paul Kaufman presided ; the judges were Mr . E . S . Newton , Mr . J . L . Wright , and Prof . L . J . Ragatz . On the next night American met Western Maryland in a dual debate , carrying both decisions . Speer , Carpenter , and Rice , upholding the affirmative , traveled to Westminster bringing home a 2-1 decision . Warner , Delaplain , and Espey remained at ho...
MISS BROWN HOLDS PAN CAKE EATING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
MISS BROWN HOLDS PAN CAKE EATING CONTEST Then the finals _began . Rush orders were sent for another twentyiivi &gt; pounds of flour , several pounds of butter and _threo jujjs of syrup , which were set on the table as no one could bother with small pitchers . These orders were refilled repeatedly for some time . The three envious eliminated contestants were sitting by , anticipating a nearly casualty at the table , but the first disaster came to the unfortunate Houston ; he was struck on the forehead and stunned by a flying button from Elzy s vest . Ten-thirty came and since Miss Brown had to go up stairs to bid the other gentlemen good night , she was obliged to call time . The exact scores are still doubtful ; for with ¬ out an adding machine the score keeper was swamped ; but the results are reputed to be accurate to the nearest ten and are so recorded : 1 st prize , Texas , 50 plus ; 2 nd , Elzy , 40 ; 3 rd , Jack , 30 ; honorable mention , Hetrick . ( Please see foot no...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 21 March 1928
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TEN HIGH SCHOOLS IN COMING CONTEST C . B . Aitchison to Speak at Banquet for Contestants Friday Night AWARDS TO BE MADE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
TEN HIGH SCHOOLS IN COMING CONTEST C . B . Aitchison to Speak at Banquet for Contestants Friday Night AWARDS TO BE MADE ACTORS MAKE DEBUT OF SEASON Hon . Clyde B . Aitchiaon , member of the Interstate Commerce Commission since 1917 and Chairman of the Commission during the years 1919 , 1920 , and 1925 , will be the principal speaker at a banquet to be given by American University to the contestants in the First Annual High School Extemporaneous Speaking Contest for the State of Maryland on Friday evening , April 27 th , in the Women s Residence Hall . The subject of his address has not yet been announced . The members of the debating squad of the College of Liberal Arts , who have just brought to a close a very successful debating season , will also be the guests of the Uni ¬ versity at this banquet . The debate awards for the year will be made at this time . Ten Maryland High Schools will participate in the Extemporaneous Speaking Contest , which is being sponsored by American Univ...
Crist and Spaeth to Head Next Year ' s Aucola [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
Crist and Spaeth to Head Next Year s Aucola NOMINATE HOOVER ON THIRD BALLOT Republicans Favor Secy . Over Kansas Senator at Convention , Saturday Junior-Senior Banquet On May Third Junior Women Win Class B . B . Tourney Milton Crist was elected Editor of the 1929 Aucola at a meeting of the Sophomore Class , on Monday , April 16 . The nominating committee after due consideration and consultation with Dean Woods submitted the names of Milton Crist and George Sixbey for the offiice of editor . Raymond Spaeth was elected Business Manager at an earlier meeting . Herbert Hoover , the present Secretary of Commerce , was nominated for President of the United States at the mock Republican National Convention held by the students of American University in Hurst Hall on Saturday evening . Mr . Hoover s triumph , which began on the first ballot , reached a climax on the third ballot when he swept to a lead of 137 electoral votes over his closest rival , Senator Charles Curtis , of Kansas . Foll...
COMMENCEMENT PRO GRAM ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
COMMENCEMENT PRO GRAM ANNOUNCED Seniors Are Planning For Commencement Activities A . U . Students Attend Organ Recital at Corby Home Dr . and Mrs . Clark To Attend General Conference Sixty Degrees Will Be Awarded at Annual Convocation On June 4 , in Gymnasium . The commencement program , recently announced by Chancellor Clark is as follows : June 2 , Sat . —Alumni Dinner , 7 P . M . June 3 , Sun . —Convocation in Gymnasium . June 4 , Mon . —Trustees Meeting , 9 : 30 A . M . ; luncheon , 1 : 00 P . M . ; Academic Procession at 2 : 30 P . M . ; Commencement Exercises at 3 : 00 P . M . ; Reception to graduates by faculties and board of trustees at home of Chancellor and Mrs . Clark , 5 : 00 P . M . Over sixty degrees will be granted this year , including approximately eleven ~ Doetors , twenty-two Masters , ten bachelors from the School of political science , and twenty bachelors from the college of liberal arts . Commencement exercises will take place in the afternoon since the meetin...
FIRST STUDENT CONFERENCE CONVENES HERE TOMORROW Dr . Charles Pergler , Dr . Joseph Sizoo , Arthur Moor And William Knowles Cooper to Discuss World , Church , Social and Campus Problems . STUDENT _EXPRESSIONTxTbE ENCOURAGED [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
FIRST STUDENT CONFERENCE CONVENES HERE TOMORROW Dr . Charles Pergler , Dr . Joseph Sizoo , Arthur Moor And William Knowles Cooper to Discuss World , Church , Social and Campus Problems . STUDENT _EXPRESSIONTxTbE ENCOURAGED The first annual All-College Student Conference will open tomorrow morning , at 11 o clock in Hurst Hall . The purpose of the Conference is to afford opportunity for frank and full consideration of four major questions of mutual and vital concern to students , with the hope of reaching a solution through cooperative thinking . International Cooperation , modern religious thought , the race question , and local campus problems are the topics presented for discussion . The leaders for the four groups will be : Dr . Charles Pergler , Dean of the School of Government and Economics at National University , and former Minister from Czecho-Slova-kia to the United States ; Dr . Joseph Sizoo , pastor of New York Avenue Presbyterian Church ; Mr . Arthur Moor , of Temple Uni...
DEBATERS WIN FINAL CONTEST Season Yields 8 Victories , Four Defeats , And One Tie [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
DEBATERS WIN FINAL CONTEST Season Yields 8 Victories , Four Defeats , And One Tie On Monday , April 16 , Speer , Delaplain , and Rice closed the debate season for American with a victory over Washington and Lee University . The debate , which was held in the Women s Residence Hall , was well attended . Mr . Carl Nesbitt , an Attorney , acted as judge and Dean Woods presided . This closed a most successful season in all respects . American University placed a squad of fourteen men and women on the platform who participated in 13 debates . Eight of these were won , one tied and four lost . Men s Schedule New York University—Lost . Univ . of Florida—Won . Western Maryland College ( Dual ) —Won . Carleton College—Lost . Ohio Weslyan—Tied William and Mary College ( Dual ) —Won . Washington and Lee Univ . —Won . Women s Schedule Ohio _Weslyan—Lost . New York University—Lost . Western Maryland ( Dual)—Won . On March 30 , Warner , Delaplain , and Rice traveled to Williamsburg , Va ., and br...
BARON HEYKING TO SPEAK FOR l . R . C . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
BARON HEYKING TO SPEAK FOR l . R . C . The International Relations Club has obtained for the Uniersity Btudents a valuable privilege in engaging Baron Heyking , lecturer for Carnegie Endowment for International Peace , to deliver a lecture in Hurst Hall , on May 10 , on the pertinent subject of Racial Relations . The program will be open to the public without charge . Baron Heyking is Professor of International Law in the University of Geneva , and as a background for his academic career fn International Law , he held for some time the post of Minister to Russia from Switzerland . He is now conducting a lecture tour in this country , and is adequately prepared to present his subject in an interesting and instructive manner . The lecture will be preceded by • banquet in Baron Heyking _* s honor in the dining hall , to which Dr . Stowell _, _^ Professor in the Graduate School , and the Swiss Ambassador to the United States have been in * vited . The A . U . International Relations Clu...