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Campnre , Songs , Hot Dogs Featured ( or Tonight [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

Campnre , Songs , Hot Dogs Featured ( or Tonight The annual college wiener roast will be held this evening , October 3 , weather permitting . The party will be very informal . The guests will leave the Woman s Residence Hall at about 8 o clock and follow a trail prepared by the noble Frosh , to the appointed place deep in the forest primeval . A cheery bonfire will greet the wanderers in the wood . Certain ancient rites will be performed about the mystic ring of light . A snappy program is being prepared which will be augmented by the barking of many dogs . All students are invited to attend this roast . New students are especially enjoined to be present as they will have an opportunity to become acquainted with the beauties of our campus .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HARD SEASON FACES A . U . IN FOOTBALL Catholic U . Game Marks First Appearance of Both Teams in City COACH ASKS SUPPORT [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

HARD SEASON FACES A . U . IN FOOTBALL Catholic U . Game Marks First Appearance of Both Teams in City COACH ASKS SUPPORT FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept . 2 J—Gettysburg at Gettysburg . Oct . 6—Catholic U . afC . U . Oct . 13—St . John s at Annapolis . Oct . 20—Gallaudet at Kendall Green Oct . _27—Shenandpjjtat Washington Nov . 3—Bridgewater at Wash . Nov . 17—Geo . Wash . U . at Wash .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Foundry Church Invites Students to Reception [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

Foundry Church Invites Students to Reception On Fraiday evening , October 13 , Foundry Church has invited the entire student body to a reception and social in the parlors of the church at 16 th Street near P Street . This event has become an annual affair and has been greatly enjoyed Ly those A . U . students who have attended it in the past . Not only is a raost pleasant social evening in store for those who accept the invitation , but an opportunity is afforded for new student * and old to become acquainted with the people and plant of one of the most accessible Methodist _ehurchw for A . U , rtude _t ** and withal one of the beat in Washington .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

COLLEGE CALENDAR . Oct . . > , I ri . —Wiener Koast by Student Council . ( ict . (> , Sat . —Football , C . U . at C . U . Oct . 12 , Fri . —Annual Reception at Foundry Church for A . U . Students . Oct . 13 , Sat . —Football , St . John s at Annapolis . Oct . 20 , Sat . —Football , Gallaudet at Kendall Green . Oct . 21 , Sun . —Annual Dad s Day Dinner and Service .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A . U ' S . FOURTH YEAR [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

A . U S . FOURTH YEAR MORE ORDERLY CHAPELS _^ _feliSw that the bustle and excitement the beginning of the college year is beginning to subside , let us consider the College of Liberal Arts of the American University as it is at the commencement of its fourth year . That the new students are on a whole greatly pleased with their new environment is obvious , and greater pleasure and appreciation must belong to the students , faculty members , trustees , and friends who have known the College since its inception and have worked for and witnessed its growth . A resume of the different aspects of the College of which we are proud , though incomplete , must needs be inspiring . A beautiful campus of ninety acres , situated in the most ideal city of the country for an educational center , and in the most ideal part of that city , is an advantage worthy of heading the list . On this campus is an educational equipment of the highest quality , exceptionally complete for a College of our age ....

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Around the World With "Wally " PHILADELPHIA . [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

Around the World With Wally PHILADELPHIA . ( The City of Brotherly Love , Bang ! Bang !) Some wise old sage once called Philadelphia Sleepy City , but this same sage did not take it upon himself to tell what it ate before it went to sleep . William Penn left Philly all tucked in for a peaceful rest , and now it is out of bed , vying with Chicago for a place in the Annals of Civilization as the leading battlefield of all time . Philly is giving Giicago a good race for the title , and it is about as safe to live in as the House of Representatives would be if Will Rogers had his way about things . Notwithstanding the danger of such a trip , your author ventured into Philadelphia to bring back to the students of A . U . a clear , truthful report of that city—such as could not be found outside of Rand-NcNalty . I was accorded a great welcome when I struck town . ( Someone must have telegraphed ahead . ) Keeping up my proverbial modesty , however , I managed to escape my welcomers , and d...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

THE AMERICAN EAGLE Published every two weeks by the Students of the College of Liberal Arts of the American University , Washington , D . C . Subscription Price : Two Dollars a Year . _;^; _s EDITORIAL STAFF . _^^ 9 t « r 4 tt « Chief Roland E . Parrish , 29 y _* • * _&L _. _Aufejhj i ? ji Jw _SARAH _riOHER , 4 a • f _^| &f K * i « e _Mitors { Samuel C . Bilbrough , 29 * :, _* . _~ , _TKatheryne Severance , 30 1 « _mUm _TZJili _^ . _** a * J _EORGE _OIXBEY , oU _¦^ mmm wsm _p _^^ j _^ g _^ . _i Raymond Spaeth , 30 * / < tt itf _fr i : f ¦ * _L Fbed Carpenter . 30 _«** $ ! _^ te _?* _! i 6 _nSto >» to This Issue . _VRMtsjRk BlmjtfftCK _, 80 Daniel Terrell , 33 _JJUbS _^ _SBlOiSS , SB Gwendolyn Folson , 38 _ttjffljt Lyi * , _?! , _Audrev Belt , 32 _% _~ I » _W HVtt *! f Lewis , 31 Eric _Friedheim , 32 _^ ( W km ifelttY , 81 B . Brooke Bright , 38 _ : _: ; _7- , -pgi ( _$ fc _JaMibson _, * 88 William Wolowitz , 30 ; } _^ g | _, BUSINESS STA...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Green—With An Elert Expression [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

Green—With An Elert Expression Rich man , poor man , beggarman , thief ! Twelve o clock and he was still in the Girls Dorm . There was no mistaking the green on his head . What if some wary sophomore should find him and—er—take his name ? The thought was terrifying . Would he never reach the end of the hall ? A sudden breath of cool night air made him seek the friendly warmth of the radiator near the head of the stairs . Escape lay before him . They call him Bob . His name is on the Bulletin Board downstairs . Oooh —he s not under the bed , is he ? What s that thing in the closet ? A hasty knock—then , Have they found him yet ? Found him ! why , they had nearly stepped on him . Things were getting too hot , especially the radiator . Through the dark a white hand flashed and grabbed him . A sophomore , help ! It was a gosling , and the next moment icy water closed over his head . He might have cried , Give me liberty or give me death ! but after all , he was only a turtle , green wit...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FACULTY GIVE STUDENTS FORMAL RECEPTION Annual Affair Held In Worn . Res . Hall [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

FACULTY GIVE STUDENTS FORMAL RECEPTION Annual Affair Held In Worn . Res . Hall The annual Faculty-Student Reception , the first formal event of the scholastic year , took place on Friday evening , September 21 , in the Women s Residence Hall . In the receiving line were Chancellor and Mrs . Lucius C . Clark , Dean Mary Louise Brown , and Dean and Mrs . George B , Woods . The faculty was represented by Mr . and Mrs . Will Hutchins , Dr . and Mrs . Walter Shenton , Dr . and Mrs . William Holton , Miss Mary M . Gait , Dr . and Mrs . Ferdinand A . Varrelman , Dr . and Mrs . Harold M . Dudley , Dr . and Mrs . John E . Bentley _, Mr . and Mrs . Lois M . Zucker , Dr . Harold Golder , Miss Jessie M . Ferguson , Dr . and Mrs . Glenn F . Rouse , Dr . and Mrs . Charles Marsh , Miss Dorothy Wulf , Mile . Simone Schall , Mr . Arthur Flemming , Dr . Arthur Jackson , Miss Phyllis Lamar , and Miss Marguerite Cline . A large number of students were also p present . The parlor was decorated with bask...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

NEW FRENCH TEACHER ENJOYS AMERICA Miss Shaal Has Lived In North Africa One of the most striking characteristics of the American people , according to . Miss Schaal , of Algiers , is the cheerful , willing spirit of the people . Miss Schaat lives in Algiers , a harbor town on the Mediterranean and the capital of Algiers . Her father is an officer in the French Province and until 1918 she lived in various parts of the north of Africa . She finished a preparatory course at Abbeyville _, a boarding school in the north of Picardy , and received her diploma from a college in Algiers . She had experience as a military nurse and did research work examining microbes . Miss Schaal likes Washington very much . She is impressed by the willingness and kindness of the students . As they have but few trees in Algiera it was a joy to her to see our broad avenues lined with big- old trees . _Mademoiselle thinks that the traffic in the cities is very well conducted , and that the shops along the stre...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING HELD Fellows , Cross , Tompkins Elected to Positions for Coming Year [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING HELD Fellows , Cross , Tompkins Elected to Positions for Coming Year Orchestra Augmented In its first meeting of the year , the Student Council met and elected offi- I cers for the coming year . Otis Fellows ¦ ¦ _* was elected secretary with Marion _\ Cross as treasurer . Ellsworth Totnp- 4 kins was appointed chairman of the athletic committee and Jimmy J ohnson was appointed chairman of the social committee . The Council empowered the social chairman to select die personnel of his committee . « The Council considered several matters of importance during the meeting . Desiring to start off the social part of the college year in a large way , the Council voted to have the first dance of the year on Friday evening , September 28 . The dance is to be followed by a wiener roast Friday evening , Octo ¬ ber 5 . Other matters such as encouraging a more vigorous support by th < student body of athletics , plans fot more social functions this year , and adv...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ONE VIEW OF FRESHMEN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

ONE VIEW OF FRESHMEN Aucola Will Establish Studio On Campus Men Were Not Invited The college year has begun and the annual crop of freshmen has been harvested . To the old students , this year ; crop looks like that of any other year . But it does not seem so to the freshmen themselves . Piloting their course as they are for the first time among the terrors of the unknown , they feel that no one else ever started on the journey . If they do grudgingly concede that others were once in the same pickle , they can not concede that anyone else ever brought to the task such qualifications as they have . Why , four years ago they were freshmen in High School where they had rule ? n everything . And now , my DEAR , they ve GRADuated from an INstiTUtion of HIGHer learning and have ACTually reCEIved a REcotnmenDAtion from their high school superintendent saying that they would be an HONor to ANy college . So here they are I and they call themselves collegiate ! Perhaps they bought college sty...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

Blunt piles , barnacled , aslant , One sleep weed thriving underneath . The current s darkling suavity Lapped wharves of Lethe . Near that avoided waterside The chase drew off , the mob fell back Giles with his booty ran alone Past barges moored to stakes of black I do not know yon river s name . . . But if I cross ere light Ill seek for me one lodging house Where I sleep safe tonight . I cannot sec the far shore ; But sure not very wide Is this low strip o foul water With docks along the side . A barge it glided by him , All water soaked and low , I m punting her across the strait , My young friend care to go ? Ill give you e en a round coin So you make good speed . As he pushed her out the long oar Shook off the clasping weed . The current purred under keel , The- dark docks blurred to black , Giles felt foul water round his heel , And wished that he were back . The pilot drave a long stroke And rowed him on much more , Till thief Giles uneasy glance Did make out neither shore . O...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DRAMATIC TRYOUTS PROVE INTERESTING Much Talent Shown When Players Present Sketches and Readings [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

DRAMATIC TRYOUTS PROVE INTERESTING Much Talent Shown When Players Present Sketches and Readings The first meeting of the class ir Play-acting on Tuesday night brought forth some interesting new material The evening was devoted to tryouts o ( new members . Particularly interesting was a reading from The Little Snow Girl by Miss Claribel Eaton . Three of tl \ e Freshman girls gave a sympathetic interpretation of a Biblical sketch from the story of Ruth . A comedy note was sounded in the presentation of the famous Pyranius-Thisbe scene from Midsummer Night s Dream by Clyde Williams , Carl Levin , J . Elmer Swan , and Carlton Ayers . Individual tryouts proved interesting and entertaining to the old members . This year the Dramatic Society should increase its reputation , which is already well established by its presentation of The Rivals , As You Like It , and Twelfth Night in former years . The course is to last throughout the year instead of through the spring semester , as was former...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STUDENT COUNCIL HOLDS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

STUDENT COUNCIL HOLDS DANCE A small but enthusiastic party of dancers tripped the light fantastic to the rhythmic strains of I _^ ee Field 1 ! College Commanders at the first AllCollege Hop held in the Gym last Friday evening . The dance , the first of a series to be held during the winter , was under the auspices of the social committee of the Student Council . The merriment of the party was increased when , during an intermission , Hinkley , a Frosh , by order of the Goslin Court , gave a short oration on Why the Goslin Court is Necessary . After the last dance was over and the closing bars of Home , Sweet Home were still echoing in the balcony , • happy murmur rose on all sides : It was a dandy dance ; too bad then wasn t a larger crowd .

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

CALL TO ARMSHOCKEY STICKS Girls ! Show your pep and pluck . Come out for hockey—A . U . needs you . Old girls , you know the game , so come out and do your bit . New girls , if you don t know how to play hockey , your education has been neglected , so come out and learn . If you are fat , hockey reduces—if thin , it gives you an appetite . There will be interclass and outside games . If you don t make varsity , you may make your class team . This is the chance of a lifetime ; soon youll be fair , fat and forty , so come out for hockey now . BRECKY CLUB TO GIVE MASQUERADE DANCE Plans for a masquerade dance on the Friday or Saturday night nearest to Hallowe en were featured at the first meeting of the Brecky Club , after Chapel Monday , September 24 . The tickets for members will be $ 1 . 50 and $ 1 . 25 for those outside the club . A straw ride was also suggested -for one of the good times sponsored by the club . Elections were held , resulting as follows : Leon Schloss , President ;...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 5 October 1928

MENS GLEE CLUB ORGANIZED Glee CUb Elects Officer ! and Makes Plans As a result of the arrangements made by Mr . Shurc and Roger Craven , eighteen men , twelve of them new students , appeared in the Chapel last Monday evening to form a Men s Glee Club under the supervision of Mr . Shure . Mr . Shure tried out each of the voices and arranged them tentatively in the parts as follows : First tenors , three ; second tenors , six ; baritones , four ; basses , five . He considered the average of the voices to be very good , with several exceptional voices among them . The group proceeded to the election of officers for the club with results as follows : President , J . H . Riggle ; Manager , Roger Craven ; Librarian , Richard Horner . Mr . Riggle is an experienced bass from the Dickinson College Glee Club . The cabinet was empowered by the club to formulate any rules and regulations which might be necessary . With the addition of six qr eight more voices , especially first tenors , the clu...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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