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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
College Calendar April 20 , Friday—Student Conference . April 21 , Saturday — Continuation of Conference . Women s Guild Banquet—6 : 15 P . M . April 23 , Monday—Republican Campaign , Chapel . April 24 , Tuesday — Democratic Campaign , Chapel . April 25 , Wednesday—Mock Presidential Election . April 26 , Thursday—International Relations Club . Open Meeting . April 27 , Friday — Extemporaneous Speaking Contest . April 28 , Saturday—Extempofaneous Speaking Contest . tain Rust Hall Girls at Vespers Service . May 3 , Thursday—JuniorSenior Banquet . May 5 , Saturday—Trip to Richmond . May 11 , Friday—W . S . G . A . Dance . May 13 , Sunday—Mothers Day .
THE EAGLE CONSTITUTION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
THE EAGLE CONSTITUTION THE WORK OF THE ORCHESTRA A constitution is now being drawn up for The EAGLE which will permanently determine its organization and policies . The question of faculty or student control has again arisen , The tentative plan now submitted by the faculty committee to be considered by the joint faculty-student committee , provides that the editor be chosen by the editorial board , to consist of the editor , president of student council , and faculty advisor . This method is all right if the president of the student council be guided by a popular vote from the student body . As in the large majority of first-class colleges with which The EAGLE has conferred , the college paper should primarily be the organ of the students . The up-to-date college which aims to encourage free and honest thinking of the individual student can best begin by granting freedom and independence to the college paper . Of course a faculty advisor , as now provided for , who can attend staff...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
Cumberland , Maryland ( Home of the Cliff Dwellers ) You ve all undoubtedly heard _ol Baltimore , Maryland , and of Annapolis , and you are quite _awart that these two metropolises are in the Eastern part of Maryland . Bui Maryland is a big state and it wants the whole world to know it , so il invented the City of Cumberland and put it in Western Maryland , just to show that there are tv - parts in the Old Line State . Cumberland is a peaceful town where everyone goes to church or Sunday , reads the Atlantic Monthly on Monday , and refrains from reading True Confessions until late Wednesday afternoon . The town is hidden away on the top of a mountain and when one first comes near it he expects to see St . Bernard iogs , with little barrels of whiskey jround their necks , roaming the streets . The newcomer never sees ; he St . Bernard dogs . _iIgJBiaiEiaiBIBISI 0 _I@JBlBlBISEISIBIfiISIfiIBJSISI I i Around The World ] With Wally I ¦ 3 _lMRiiiiiffiiii * _ifnifiuifiiiitiisin * _iii ( ir...
DR . COLDER BECOMES AN ANCESTOR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
DR . COLDER BECOMES AN ANCESTOR Dean Woods to Judge Oratorical Contest _iiaiisiisjisi-ji-mucueuHj w aicacuww EJ _( HHHJGyiHICUG !! Gi ( fi S EAGLES EYE _fflaiH / _SMSJajBjaraMa / _aiaHsri _a / _sMaEMajs ji EASTER ! There is no unbelief ! Whoever plants a seed beneath the sod And waits to see it push away the clod—He trusts in God . We wish we had Mark Twain in some class-rooms , to say again those surprising- words : Some people are troubled by the things in the Bible ihey cant understand . The things that trouble me are the things I can understand . The most recent experience in stage ; make-up confirms an old : onception , that trifles make perFection , but perfection is no triflle . That old conundrum , When is it best to read in the woods ? with its answer When Dame Nature turns the leaves has its counterpart these spring days when Dame Nature opens the leaves . This must be one reason why our Students seek so diligently the woodland trails . It is so justifiable . As Maeterlinc...
THE STUDENT CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
THE STUDENT CONFERENCE FINAL EXAMS FOR SENIORS SPRING ELECTION OF COUNCIL The first A . U . Student Conference will convene on the campus tomorrow . This Conference , which is expected to become an annual event , has been planned by students representing all the activities of the College . The four commissions , therefore , into which the student members will be divided , will deal with four vastly different problems . Capable men have been secured to conduct the discussion on topics that will revolve about international , religious , social , and campus problems . - A conference of this type has at least three purposes . First of all , it is desired that the Conference become a sort of melting pot into which may be cast unadulterated student opinion . This Conference , in the second place , is expected to stimulate thinking along the line of the topics to be under discussion . The four problems to be examined constitute four of the leading questions of the day . To have the facts o...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hugh W . Speer Associate Editor Pauline A . Frederick News EDITOR Fred Carpenter Society , Irene Dezendorf ; Womens 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 , _Mkrion 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 ; Secretary , 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 Circulation Manag...
PLAN TO SUBJECT FAC -ULTY TO I . Q . CONTEST General Feeling in Student World That Profs Should Be Intelligent [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
PLAN TO SUBJECT FACULTY TO I . Q . CONTEST General Feeling in Student World That Profs Should Be Intelligent This is an age of psychology ; educational tests are being given for all sorts of ills and ailments . Every incoming college student is subjected to an intelligence test which really seems unnecessary because ( cut by faculty censor ) . Then he is card-indexed and given an I . Q . whatever that may be . And thereafter whenever any student has a streak of luck and makes a string of As , or on the contrary all the profs seem to take a personal grudge against him and give him D s and F s for no reason at all , he is called upon to take another of these tests . But the day of the student is coming and , in the words of some immortal the worm is turning . For lo , eminent students of psychology in the colleges and universities are demanding that they be given the I . Q . of their professors and faculties ! And surely turn about is fair play . So these students who even a year or t...
_OMINCJ ATTRACTION [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
_OMINCJ ATTRACTION DR . FERGUSON WRITES FOR EDUCATIONAL REVIEW A . U . ACTORS MAKE DEBUT OF SEASON April 19—Poll s—Matinee Metropolitan opera , Boris Goudonoff . Columbia—Movie , The Crowd . Belasco—Robert Mantell in Merchant of Venice . National—Musical comedy , Rio Rita . April 21—Poll s—Matinee Metropolitan opera , Romeo and Juliet . Metropolitan—Harold Lloyd in Speedy . National—Musical comedy , Rio Rita —matinee . Metropolitan—Dolores Costello and Conrad Nagel in Tenderloin , first of Vitaphone s ? talking pictures . April 23—Poli _ s— Simba —Martin Johnson African expedition pic ¬ tures—all week . National—N . Y . Theatre Guild attraction , Porgy —all week . April 26—Campus—Vincente Bunuan , Phillipine Independence Commission , addresses open meeting of the International Relations Club . April _30—National—Walter Hampden in Caponsacchi , Enemy of the People , and Hamlet —definite dates not yet announced . Mayflower Hotel—Kurt Hetzel recital of Liszt and Wagnerian compositions ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
WOMENS GUILD TO HOLD BANQUET Rutger University inaugurates new sport—Marble Shooting . Harvard s reading period declared a success by the dean of the University . University of Omaha organizes Girls Track Squad . University of West Virginia has been expelled from membership in the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools for paying athletes and failing to audit its Athletic funds . A training table for debaters is the latest Harvard innovation , as coaches thought that discussions at lunch and dinner would help the contestants . Cornell University may join with the University of Porto Rico in establishing a graduate school of tropical agriculture . By a vote of 482 to 36 students of Louisiana State University declared their honor system a failure . Dr . Bradford Knapp was unanimously elected president of Alabama Polytechnical Institute . Snap courses are soon to be a regular part of Columbia University according to Dean Herbert E . Hawkes , who declares many stude...
TENNIS TOURNEY ON FOR MEN AND WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
TENNIS TOURNEY ON FOR MEN AND WOMEN W . S . G . A . TO GIVE DANCE ON MAY 11 Attendance at the Conference is open to all students of American University . A nominal registration fee of 26 cents will be asked to defray necessary expenses of travel , entertainment , correspondence , etc ., but this fee is optional to all students . No one will be refused admission . Students may register on Wednesday morning , in Hurst Hall , with the Registrar , Miss Ethel Moulton . Those who expeet to attend any or all of the sessions should register so that adequate seating arrangements can be made . Approximately forty students are taking part in the tennis tournaments being run off for both men and women of American University . The men s tournament has progressed to the third round and the women have completed the first round in their singles . At the present time Bruce Kessler and Donald Olmstead , both juniors , are favorites to reach the finals in their respective brackets in the boys singles ...
TEN HIGH SCHOOLS IN COMING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
TEN HIGH SCHOOLS IN COMING CONTEST ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AWARDED PINS Alfred Jones Married ( Continued from Page J ) public without _charge . The _following Maryland High Schools have indicated that they will send contestants to participate in the contest : Baltimore City College of Baltimore , Fairland High School of Beltsville , Frederick High School of Frederick , Allegany High School of Cumberland , Ursuline Academy of Cumberland , Hurlock High School of Hurlock , Leonard Hall High School of Leonardtown , Calvert County High School of Prince Frederick , Wicomico High School of Salisbury , and TakomaSilver Spring High School of Silver Spring . Pins were presented to the members of the college orchestra by Dr . Henry Leineweber , director , in chapel on Tuesday morning . Prior to the presentation the orchestra rendered a special musical program , Dancing Moonbeams , White Queen Overture , and Raymond Overture . The pins , which are small designs of a harp with the letters A . U . 0 .,...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
STUDENT CONFERENCE MEETS TOMORROW _PROGRAM Friday , _Chmimihhioh /— What is America s part in International Cooperation ? 11 : 00 A . M—Address by Dr . Charles Pergler . 11 : 26 A . M Open forum discussion . Friday , Commission 2— What is the attitude of the modern college student towards the Church ? 1 : 30 P . M Address by Dr . Joseph Sizoo . 2 : 30 P . M . —Open forum discussion . Friday , Commission S— What is the attitude of the modern college student towards other races ? 6 : 00 P . M . —All Conference dinner at Women s Residence Hall . 6 : 46 P . M—Program of Music . 7 : 16 P . M . —Address by Mr . Moor . 7 : 40 P . M . —Open forum discussion . Saturday , Commission A— Can the ideals of this college be maintained as the college grows ? 9 : 00 A . M . —Address by Mr . Wm . Knowles Cooper . 9 : 26 A . M . —Open forum discussion .
_Ammom lutu _^ rmtjj [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
_Ammom lutu _^ rmtjj COLLEGE OP LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Coeducational—Chartered 1893 First Semester Begins September 17 , 1928 LUCIUS C . CLARK , D . D ., Chancellor 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 . 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 , eco nomicr ., and foreign trade . 1901 F Street N . W . Graduate courses leading to the Degrees of Master of of Arts , Master of Political Science , and Doctor of Philosophy .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
A Ministerial Student The ministerial student is in our midst , training himself to guide bewildered souls into eternal bliss . Some of his training methods are . a bit peculiar but they must be all right , for how could a guide become lost , leaving a benighted world stranded on the sands of time ? There is an explanation for all _fihe seeming inconsistencies of St . Peter s page . When he gives a multitude of girls a great rush , he is not heartless , he is merely demonstrating the joys to be found on the Heavenly Shore . It is purely missionary work by our self-sacrificing _ptiiliil hero , for if the girls are so rushed that they have a foretaste of Heaven itself , will they not crave more on the Eternal Shore ? Dont blame the poor fellow if he isnt always a strict model of virtue to pattern after . In a crowd , you know , anyone has to be a good sport , and a little thing like a few principles shouldnt be allowed to spoil the party . A poor sport is about as popular as a bucket ...
HOOVER NOMINATED ON THIRD BALLOT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 19 April 1928
HOOVER NOMINATED ON THIRD BALLOT NOTICE ( Continued from rage 1 , Col . 2 ) Senator Curtis displayed an unexpected strength but was unable to secure enough new support after the elimination of Coolidge and Dawes to stem the rising tide of Hoover popularity . The results on the final ballot were : Hoover 581 ; Curtis 444 ; Hughes 29 ; Lowden 24 ; and Borah 11 . The convention came as a climax to the intensive political campaigning that has been in progress for several weeks at the University . The convention was sponsored by The American Eagle , in an effort to acquaint the students with the manner in which the President of the United States is nominated and finally elected . The election at the College will be held on April 23 rd , when it is predicted that the Secretary of Commerce will ride to victory on an avalanche of votes over the Democratic candidate who will be nominated during this week . The temporary chairman , Randall Penhale , called the Convention to order on Saturday ...