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College Inspected For Accrediting [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
College Inspected For Accrediting Dr . W . R . Marsh Makes Rerort To Association Novtmber 30 The college was inspected last Tuesday , October 28 , by Dr . Walter R . Marsh , Head Master of St . Paul s School , Garden City , Long Island . He represented the Commission on Higher Institutions of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Middle States and Maryland , of whleh this college ii a member . Ho will give the report of bis investigation at the next annual matting of the Aaaeelatlon at Atlantic City . N . J .. on Friday , November St .
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Harder Schedule Faces B . B . Team Than Ever Before Officials Negotiating With Georgetown , Gettysburg and Dickinson College BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Tuesday , Dec . 11—Virginia Medi cal College , there ( pending ) . Friday , Pec . 16—Gallaudet , here Tuesday , Jan . 8—George Washing ton , there ( pending ) . Saturday . Jan . 26—Catholic U . here ( pending ) .. Saturday , Feb . 2—Navy , there . Friday , Feb . 8—Catholic U ., there ( pending ) . Monday , Feb . _11—Duquesne , here . Thursday , Feb . 14—Juniata _, here _, ( pending ) . Saturday , Feb . 16—Virginia Medical College , here . Thursday , Feb . 21—Juniata , there . Friday , Feb . 22—Duquesne , there . Tuesday , Feb . 26—St . Johns , there . Saturday , March 2—George Washliiutvu . here . ~~
ED TORIALS [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
ED TORIALS Armistice Day Son , Ton were an arrow Straight and keen and true Shot from America s vibrant bow Into a seething mass ot men . Ton were a savage Drunk with the lust ot blood Reeling and tottering Against the throats of your fellows Ton were a swathe of grass Growing in the sun of success Cut down with the knife When you were ripe . Ton were a star Turned on the anvil of the elements Wrought and shaped by filth and blood To fit into the firmament . My son , my son , Ton are the hero ot the world , The light on your dying face Flames into eternity . DoBOTHT MOOBJt . ( Second prize-winning poem in the American University Memorial Day Poetry Contest of last spring . ) Thus a member ot the younger generation regards those who participated In the great human catastrophe of 1914-18 . And through the words one may catch a glimpse of tat younger generation s attitude toward the catastrophe itself . True , the furnace of human conflict may sometimes smelt out the strong In human ch...
Fourth Annual Dad _' s Day Attracts Many Fathers [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Fourth Annual Dad _ s Day Attracts Many Fathers Josef Hofman Draws Large A . U . Audience Sunday , October 21 , marked the date of American University s fourth annual Dad s Day program . There was a fairly representative group of fathers present , and the number in attendance contributed largely to the spirit of the occasion . The services began at about 3 o clock with a number by the American University Orchestra under the leadership of Dr . C . H . Lelneweber . Following the hymn sung by the congregation , Miss Saidle Mae White save the Scripture reading and Clyde Williams led in prayer . Max Tucker then entertained the audience with a violin solo . The address of welcome was given very effectively by Samuel Bilbrough and preceded addresses related to fatherhood and obligations one owes to his father delivered by Miss Ethel Moulton and Mr . Roland _Parrish . Miss Moulton held her audience with a touching description of a picture she carried in her mind of her father . A boy s view...
Flemming Directs Publicity Bureau [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Flemming Directs Publicity Bureau Thirty Students Inspect U . S . Naval Observatory Pioneer Students Breakfast In Woods With Miss Brown High Schools Of Four States In Speech Contest Service Provides Home Pspers With News of Student Life ; Many Replies Received A news service haB been established at American University to provide the home town paper with news ot what the favorite son or daughter is doing at college . News of general interest about the University will also be included . Mr . Flemming is director of the service . Stories regarding the registration of each student have already been sent to his or her home paper and many of these items have been published . When a story appears in print the student is requested to bring It to the attention of the news service . Mr . Flemming has expressed gratification at the results so far obtained , and is desirous of further student cooperation . This is one of the best ways of advertising the University , and Mr . Flemming believes i...
Thirteen New Men Enter Fellowship [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Thirteen New Men Enter Fellowship Clark Represents A . U . At Nevil _ s Inauguration Large Crowd Hallowe en _Dinner Dance in Dorm Crist Announces New _Aucola Staff Organization Holds Reception Friday At Chancellor s Home ; First Of Many Events The Oxford Fellowship now has an enrollment of twenty-two students , including thirteen new members who have been taken in this year . Those who were initiated at a meeting held on October 22 were Ayres , Benson , J . Carter , Faus , Lambert , McLaughlin , Riggle , Ross , and Webner . The organization held its last meeting on October 29 , at which time plans were made for a reception to be held tomorrow night at the home of Chancellor Clark . This opening event will be one of the many new features that the association has scheduled for the coming year in aiming to bring about a spirit of fellowship and understanding among its members . The four students initiated at the meeting of October 29 were Crist , Steinmeyer , _Entwistle , and Cuddy . M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
THE AMERICAN EAGLE the Students of the College of Liberal University , Washington , D . C . Published every two weeks by Arts of the American Subscription Price : $ 2 . 50 a Year EDITORIAL STAFF . Roland E . Pammsh , 89 ( Sarah Roher , 29 ( Samuel C . Bilbrough , 29 [ Kathebyne Severance , 30 •• ] George Sixbey , 30 IRaymond Spaeth , 30 Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editors Assistant Editors Reporters . John Houston , 31 Katbbrynb Heath , 31 Charlotte Jamieson , 3 a Eric Friedheim , 38 Daniel Terrell , 32 Gwendolyn Folsom , 38 Brooke Bright , 38 Dorothy Moore , 89 Marion Cross , 89 Lion _Shloss , 80 Laura Barrett , SO William _Wolowttz , 30 . _Hyman Lewis , 31 Jane Lytlk , 31 Special Jamie Scantlin , 30 Blake Espey , 31 Bitty Jacoby , 31 Ethel Smith , 31 Carlton Ayers . 31 Contributors to This Issue . Roger Craven , 31 Audrey Belt , 38 Hazel Jacobs , 38 Elsie Sandberg , 32 Dale Haworth , 38 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . Advertising Manager Circulation Manager .. Norman Cramer , 31 J...
Frosh and Sophs To Play Football [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Frosh and Sophs To Play Football Girls To Conduct Interdass Hockey Tournament This Year Gil Rule to Be Removed if _Freshmen Win Annual Game on Not . 21 On Wednesday , November 21 , the Freshman football huskies will battle with the Sophomore eleven In the second _FroBh-Soph football game tot the privilege of asaociating with glrlB . The Gosling Court has set this date , the week after the close of the football season , as the safest time for the scramble , as any possible injuries will not affect the intercollegiate athletic teams . The court will arrange for the game and the officiating . In this year s game any member of the two classes Is eligible to compete , including letter men . This change in rules from last year will not affect the strength of the freshman team , but will materially aid the sophomores , and thus make the contest more fair . Despite this change , the freshmen probably have the greater number of experienced players , but in an encounter of this sort the spiri...
Eagles Beaten By Gallaudet 38-7 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Eagles Beaten By Gallaudet 38-7 _JaTvit Makes American s Firit Score of Football Season The first Indications that American s gridiron aggregation was rounding into the form that was truly theirs were distinctly evident in the annual clash Saturday , October 20 , between American University and Galludet , which the Silents won by 38 to 7 . The first of these Indications popped forth about midway of the first quarter , when Jasper Jarris , shunted to the back field from his week-old end position , spun around the right wing for a goodly gain of 30 yards . From that point on the Kendall Greeners knew that they were in a football game . The score does not Indicate the ferocity of the battle by a long shot . Our boys were not only trying ; they were doing . That right tackle position , which has been a sore spot all season , was creditably filled Saturday by Martin , erstwhile guard and center . Chubbles Folston , our gigantic _what-have-you , demonstrated to one and all Saturday that h...
Shenandoah Holds American U . to Tie [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Shenandoah Holds American U . to Tie First Victory Disappears in Final Two Minutes The fifth game of the current _foot ball season at American University was played against Shenandoah College from _Harrlsonburg , Virginia , last Saturday upon St . Alban s field . The Orange and Blue achieved a tie , but their play was most unimpressive . The final score was 6-6 , neither team being able to perpetrate the point after touchdown . The Methodists were evidently suffering from a relapse after their magnificent effort against Galludet on the preceding Saturday . Dick Jarvis was the shining light for A . U . His play stood out as a redeeming factor , in contrast to the numerous fumbles and general poor play of both teams . It was his 60 yard dash from a triple pass that was perfectly executed that paved the way for the local score . Lee Field possessed the punch to biff the pigskin over the last white strip on the second succeeding play . Captain Bitt failed by inches in his try for the ex...
Eagles to Play Two More Games [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Eagles to Play Two More Games Hockey Enthusiasts Journey to Baltimore _Proypecti for Defeating Both Opponents Appears Good ; Bridgewater Game Set . With but two games remaining on their difficult schedule , the fighting Eagles expect to wind up their poor season with two victories . Bridgewater College will be met this Saturday at St . Albans field , with American holding the edge over the Virginians . The week following this contest will be an open date , thus giving the Orange and Blue ample time to prepare for the encounter with George Washington on the 17 th . The game with Shenandoah last week did not witness the spirit the Eagles exhibited against Gallaudet . The team went into the fray a little over-confident of victory , but there will be no such feeling the day after tomorrow . Bridgewater is on par with Shenandoah , both teams having played each other to a draw . George Washington will present a little _stiffer opposition _^ although the Colonials have yet to score and to ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
( Close enough to New York to be important—far enough to be _Bayonne . ) This town seems oil right to me , said Jobn O . Rockefeller as be shelled twenty-five 1100 bills off the proverbial bankroll and handed them to the Bayonne Chamber of Commerce as payment in full for onefourth of its suburbs and parking privileges on the Hudson County Boulevard . After buying the land , John D . built enough gas tanks to hold all the gas necessary to run my car and the Dean s car until they collapsed , capsized , or were sold at auction . Great business man , this Rockefeller ; he believes in building his ROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY gasoline storage tanks close to water so that sometimes when my _Wrolls Wreck backfires I have a tendency to become suspicious . But my suspicions are usually allayed when I consider the honesty and integrity of Mr . Rockefeller , and I attribute the backfiring to a defective spark plug ( although I wouldnt bet anybody that it was a bad spark plug ) . Bayonne is not s...
Sophomores Avenge Freshman Defeat [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Sophomores Avenge Freshman Defeat Hack Sock . Will Remain Froab Apparel As Result Avenging their defeat by the Freshmen in the tug-of-war , the Sophomores captured the tennis series which had been arranged by the Gosling Court on Saturday and Monday , October 80 and 82 , by three matches to one . As a result , the Frosh will continue to wear black soz . The series was decided when Captain Chester Carter and Warren ColIson , of the Sophomores , defeated the Freshman doubles team . Captain Milton Christie and Gordon Webner , by 6—2 , 6—3 . On the preceding Saturday , the Sophomores had won two of the three singles , and the sched uled fifth game of the series was consequently not played . The single Freshman victory was won by For * rest Burgess over Carl Levin , 6—1 , S—6 , 6—1 . Collson triumphed over Webner , 6-J , 1-4 , * - &gt; , and Oartar defeated Ketler Fans «—i , I —« ,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928
Princeton has been endowed with $ 100 for 1 , 000 years . In five centuries this will amount to $ 9 , 496 , 979 ,- • 40 . By 2928 A . D ., the endowment Will have devoured Itself many times . An American company has been awarded the contract in Athens tot Irrigating and draining the _swampi of Macedonia and _Thessaly . Its ulterior task is to supply water to 642 ,- 000 inhabitants . The plan is to make an artificial lake at Marathon , by means of a dam , and to bring water to Athens by a tunnel eight and a half miles long and an aqueduct . Hadrian s aqueduct has been pressed Into use temporarily . Katsujl Debuchi , the new Japanese Ambassador to Washington , visited President Coolidge October 24 . This la the first ambassador the new Emperor has delegated to the United States since his ascension to the throne . OUT IN THE I WIDE WORLD I Republican campaign expenses are made public . Total receipts of $ 236 ,- 684 up to October 20 have been reported by Tyler Page . Disbursements have...