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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief -- - Roland E . Parrish Associate Editor News Editor Fred Carpenter SoflMTY , Irene Dezendorf ; Women s Athletics , Esther McVey ; Office , Rosalie Dimmette ; Reportebs , Blake Espey , Elizabeth Joyce , Dorothy Moore and _DeLos Platz . Features Editor George Sixbey Eagle s Eye , Hattie Teachout ; Eagle Screams , Irene Pyle ; Writers , 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 Readers , Helen Roher , Laura Everett , Dorothy Buchan , Mary Jane Sewart ; Headlines , Roland Parrish ; Secretary , Anna Louise Flaijr : Typists , Randall Penhale , and Katherine Heath . BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .- _ . _ . . ___ Donald _Olmstead Assistant Business Manager , Fred Dietrich ; Circulation Manager , Norman Cramer ; Assistant Circul...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

Knoxville , Tennessee ( Way down South in Dixie ) Knoxville , in Tennessee ; in the Southeastern Part of our beautiful country ; originally known as the Territory South of Ohio ; the place where men are men and women dont doubt it . Knoxville and the country surrounding is the place the Schuberts and the _Mendelssohns of today write songs about . And oh ! what songs . When the fellow next door starts playing Carrying me back my Sunny Southland on his shiny Sax we want to carry him back to his Sunny Southland in separate sacks . All of which isnt getting any Math done as far as Around The World J With Wally j nnnn 7 ) _fi « i _^ _nfsinnRnniin _^ _mrinnnnnn _^ rsnFiinrHiRnn _^ r « nRnnnrsn » Knoxville is concerned . Knoxville is a beautiful little town . Its name was given it by General Knox , which fact is not spectacular considering that General Knox will give any town its name . Smoky Mountain smiles down upon Knoxville , and Knoxvillians sneer back at Smoky Mountain after numerous...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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PROMINENT EDITOR SPEAKS TO CLASS Annual EAGLE Banquet is Featured by Practical Address [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

PROMINENT EDITOR SPEAKS TO CLASS Annual EAGLE Banquet is Featured by Practical Address JUNIORS AND SENIORS GO PIONEERING The First Annual Eagle Banquet took place on Saturday evening , May 5 , with David Lawrence , president of the United States Daily present as the guest of honor and principal speaker . The Eagle s new editor-in-chief , Roland Parrish , and the new business manager , Donald Olmstead , were installed . The outgoing editor , Hugh Speer , and the retiring business manager , Raymond Spaeth , gave short talka appropriate to the occasion . Mr . Flemming , the first official faculty adviser , expressed his desire for cooperation in getting out as fine an Eagle this coming year as possible . He incidentally revealed that he has had considerable actual newspaper experience . Dean Woods , prior to introducing the principal speaker , held up high ideals for the Eagle s future work . Mr . Lawrence s address stresred two main important points that were of particular interest to...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

I EAGLES EYE i _WeMSMSlSISMSISMSMSJSJSISISMSlSISISISM Among the changing months May stands confessed The sweetest , and in fairest colors dressed . Now that political elections are over student elections begin . We should be well practised in knowing how to get what we want . But voting is something like fishing , and as that admirable character , David Harum , reports : It is a good sight easier to git a fish-hook in n tis to git it out . Dr . Bentley says that psychology , instead of losing its soul , has never had one . Well , well , this accounts then for its unusual behavior . Speaking of behavior , we find a behavioristic sentiment in Goethe , intro # i > ective philosopher that he was ! Behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows his image . Very good , Goethe ! Why do chapel leaders spend so much time telling the good Lord why we are there ? The Lord knows we have nine cuts ! With all the banquets of late we bid fair to rival Napoleon s army traveling on its stom...

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SWISS LECTURER _SPEAKSJ-OR I . R . C New Officers of Club are Installed at First Annual Banquet [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

SWISS LECTURER _SPEAKSJ-OR I . R . C New Officers of Club are Installed at First Annual Banquet As a fitting climax to a year oi busied activity , the Internationa ] Relations Club featured their final program Thursday evening with the presence of Baron Alphonse Heyking , prominent Russian diplomat , now on an extensive lecture tour of the United States endowed by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace . The first annual banquet of the Relations Club was given in the Residence Hall , before the lecture and was attended in addition to the regular membership by Baron Heyking , Dr . and Mrs . Ellery C . Stowell , Mr . and Mrs . Carl Neprud , Dean and Mrs . George B . Woods , Mrs . Edward T . Devine , Miss Ruth Devine , Dean Mary L . Brown , Miss Bernice Field , and Mr . William L . Tayler . Miss Field entertained the guests with a number of select piano numbers . Following the brief remarks of Baron Heyking at dinner , Mr . Hugh Speer , retiring president , introduced the incom...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

Am _^ riran _Htutttratty Coeducational—Chartered 1893 First Semester Begins September 17 , 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 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

HOOVER FAVORED BY STUDENTS Political Campaign Ends in Triumph by Republicans The political activities and frenzy of the past few months culminated on April 26 th with American Universitys first mock presidential election . The chapel periods during the two preceding days had been turned over to the two major political parties for campaign speeches and the result of the fiery oratory was to bring a large percentage of the students to the polls , which were open all morning in the main corridor of Hurst Hall and were made as nearly as possible to resemble actual polling booths . The result of the election for president gave 92 votes to Hoover , and 64 votes to Smith , with sundry other votes given to minor candidates , such as Andy Gump and Bossy Gillis . For vice-president the Republican candidate , Curtis , received 65 votes , and Hull , the Democratic nominee , 51 . The Democrats on April 24 turned over the chapel period allotted to them for campaigning to Hon . T . Webber Wilson ,...

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Prize Offered for Best World War Poem [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

Prize Offered for Best World War Poem A ten dollar gold piece is being offered anonymously to the student submitting before May 11 , the best poem in memory of the men who lost life or health in the service of the United States during the World War , to a judging committee composed of a faculty member , a World War veteran , and a noted author of the city . The blossoming poets of the school are again receiving material encouragement , and judging from the response to the songwriting contest of last winter , the contest will be lively . The rules of the contest state that three typewritten copies of each poem must be submitted , each signed with an assumed name . The real name of the contestant must be enclosed in a sealed envelope , on the outside of which is the nom de plume , and which will not be opened until the contest is decided . Dorothy Gerth Improving Dorothy Gerth , one of our freshman girls , who was operated upon on April 28 at Sibley Memorial Hospital for appendicitis ...

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PHOTOGRAPHY WE DO IT Main 5495—5496 TENSCHERT&FLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS 802 F St . N . W . Rooms 39-40-41 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

PHOTOGRAPHY WE DO IT Main 5495—5496 TENSCHERT&FLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS 802 F St . N . W . Rooms 39-40-41 // it is done by

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THE HANDSHAKER [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

THE HANDSHAKER cMISIBMHIeij Shake hands with the Handshaker ! He will be glad to meet you even if you cant do anything for him . Dont expect him , however , to squeeze very hard . He must conserve his squeezes for important people , who are able to give him a helping hand later on when some difficulty threatens to upset his incoming ship . Of course you know how the Handshaker acts . He is the fellow who subtly , softly , ingratiatingly works himself into the good graces of the higher ups . He is the fellow who truly appreciates a genius , especially if the genius is in a position to give him a little boost now and then up life s ladder . You have seen him in action , I know . With a soulful expression he accosts a teacher after class . Oh Doctor , I dont know when I ever before had such a helpful hour . I am so fortunate to have been considered worthy to join this select little group . _mmBngnusisnsngfla _^ _iaisisRSUBiisraiajBfsisi _^ I COLLEGE TYPES | Can you blame the good Docto...

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NINE WINS GAME High Scores Mark All Four Baseball Encounters [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

NINE WINS GAME High Scores Mark All Four Baseball Encounters Dr . Shenton Presents Paper At Mathematics Meeting American Loses Twice to ( J . W . and is Swamped by St . Johns , But Defeats Engineers . American University baseball nine showed a flash of form when they defeated the George Washington Engineers , 15-5 , May 6 , on the Monument grounds . Spurred by the fact that at least two students from the college were present to witness the encounter and that Seeley ( Dynamite ) Gray , like a true Spartan , was chewing a new kind of plug tobacco , American entered the game with fine spirit and hammered out four runs in the first inning . Before the game was over , American had made a total of 15 runs on 17 hits and a quantity of errors . The team was undoubtedly helped by the fact that the opposing pitcher was clad in white duck pants and wore a gray fedora , and ev ¬ eryone knows that one cant pitch in such a costume . American s first game , coming at the climax of two months pract...

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EAGLE SCREAMS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

EAGLE SCREAMS Is it . dead ? Yeah , it s only a oneKorse town , and the horse has sleeping sickness at that . Eloquence from the Arizona Kitty Kat . Time will tell , darling , how your face swings the pendulum of my heart ; each second , each minute , each hour , I long to kiss your hands . One movement of your lips makes me yours perpetually . I spring to the chimes of your voice , recoil to your strike . I Say , you re being watched . He s the kind of a chap who would wire his mother for money on Mothers Day . FEMININE PHILOSOPHY Lightning is like a man ; it wont shock you unless attracted . In the spring a young man s fancy—Let s be gay , while we may , And seize our love with laughter , Ill be true as long as you , And not a moment after . —California . Two common canines barking in our alley : Putting on the hi hat , aint he ? Yeah , he s just a mutt like ourselves , but ever since that aviator took him up for a trip he calls himself an airdale . Did yez hear bout the trick som...

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THE MACOMB ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

THE MACOMB ST . CLEANERS AND DYERS Phone , Cleveland 4004 8711 Macomb Street Northwest For Prompt Service and the Best Cleaning and Dyeing Call Us . Hats Cleaned and Blocked Work Called for and Delivered Repairing Altering

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The D . C . Engraving Co [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

The D . C . Engraving Co Compliments of Rear 1325 G St ., N . W Washington , D . C .

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Modern Shoe Shop SALVATORI MANCARI , Prop 3704 Macomb Street N . W . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

Modern Shoe Shop SALVATORI MANCARI , Prop 3704 Macomb Street N . W .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

Dance - Dance - Dance CAN YOU Miller Dancing Studio . 1329 N st . n . w Franklin 748 _Sludi SEE ETZ AND SEE BETTER Edwin H . Etz , Inc . Optometrists 1217 G Street N . W . Droop s ! _££ EVERYTHING MUSICAL 1300 G STREET NORTHWEST STKfVWAV PIANOS GUDES Flowers For All Ocasions 1212 F Street N . W . Also 1102 Conn . Ave . N . W 3103 14 th St . N . W . Consumers Company , Inc WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _COAL-SERVICE Phone Main 1415 1415 K . STREET N . W ¦ Good Coal Makes Warm Friends

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 12 May 1928

CHAS . H . TOMPK 1 NS CO Constructing Engineers _ilSlNERAL CONTRACTORS . # ••; _¦<¦*¦> % « -y » * Washington , D . C . _W t Bethesda Farms Dairy M . E . PEAKE _, Bethesda , Md . Wis . 3030 Permit 28 G 8 Brad 78 MILK—BUTTERMILK —CREAM Barber and Ross Inc . llthandGSts .. N . W . Hardware , House Furnishings , Tools , Radio and Auto Supplies

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