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First Issue of "American Eagle " Comes To Light With Interesting Contents [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928

First Issue of American Eagle Comes To Light With Interesting Contents In answer to a request in the last issue of The Baole for a copy of Vol . 1 , No . 1 , to complete the library files of The Eagle , a very interesting document has come to Mrs . Varrelman ; interesting , first , as a historical document valuable to this college , and second in that it came from the mother of a present senior . And carefully preserved on the second page above a two-column story is a note in the senior s unmistakable handwriting : Written by your darling son on half-day s notice . The story in question deals with the McKinley Building . It is an inimitable bit relating the writer s experiences and sensations as he went through the building on our campus used by the government as a Fixed Nitrogen Laboratory . It contains a survey of the work being done by the government in that field , and its importance . The writer was at that time an assistant editor of The Eagle , and has since been promoted to ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928

Allen President Of French Club Club Reorganizes and Elects Officfn ; Several New 1 Students Join The officers of the French Club during the coming year will be as follows : President , Rowanetta Allen , 29 ; Vice-President , Winifred Nichols ; Secretary , Carlton _Ayers ; and Treasurer , Ronald McLaughlin . These officers were elected at the first meeting of the French Club this year , held on Thursday , October 26 , with Roger Craven , last year s president , acting as temporary chairman . Great interest was shown by the student body at this first meeting . Many new members were added to the large number of last year s members present It was decided that the procedure of last year be continued in regard to time and frequency of meetings . The club will meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 5 o clock for an hours program , after which the members adjourn to the dining room to eat together . The sponsor and faculty advisor of the club is Miss Mary Meares Oalt , assistant profe...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928

Short Story limit Extended Until November Twelfth The contest for the best short story of college life closes November 12 at 4 P . M . At this time all manuscripts must be in the office of the registrar . In order that the number of manuscripts which are to be submitted may be known , those entering the competition are asked to notify Miss Moler immediately . No names , however , will be disclosed . The stories are to be Judged first by a student committee for their fidelity to college life , and then those that have been passed by this committee will be submitted to a literary committee , composed of Dr . Oolder as chairman and two other members , who will probably be short story writers resident in Washington . The student committee of five , representing different points of view , is to be appointed by the president of the Student Council , Leland Field . A first prlte of $ 15 and a second prize of $ 10 are offered . There 1 b also to be an honorable mention . Mrs . Hal Presents ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928

Hoover-Curtis Rally Attracts Students Turn Out in Group To Hear Savants Discmi Political Questions Some fifty a . U . Btudenta and faculty members were among the four thousand people who heard President Hlben of Princeton and President Garfleld of Williams speak at the Hoover-Curtis rally held In the Washington Auditorium October 24 . The rally , which was the largest attended political gathering held thus far In Washington , was addressed by John Qrter Hlben , president of Princeton University , who presented a logical summary of the qualifications of Herbert Hoover for President . He was followed by Harry A . Oarfield , president of Williams College , and son of the twentieth President of the United States , who based his arguments for Hoover chiefly on the Republican candidate s position regarding the Important issues of the campaign . Under the direction of Ray Spaeth and Pauline Frederick , the members of the A . U . unit of the Hoover-Cur-tis Club attended the rally in full fo...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 1 November 1928

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Beating G . U . With Spirit School spirit is hard to define . You either have it , or you don t ; there s nothing half way about it . Once you get it , you know it , and worrying about a definition never enters your head . Maybe youve heard a lot of talk about dying for dear old Rutgers , for there are some people who ridicule school spirit . They generally are the same kind of people who think it a bother to stand up when The Star-Spangled Banner is played . Too often school spirit is believed to be merely rah-rahs . That is wrong . The rah-rahs are just one way of expressing it . Real school spirit penetrates much further than the vocal chords . It s school spirit that causes a crowd to stand in the rain after a defeat and with hats off and tears welling in their eyes , sing the Alma Mater song . It is school spirit that makes a man work for his university seven days a week . It s school spirit that makes a man say : If my school needs me , here am I , willing to help her . That s...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

College Calendar Fri ., Nov . 16—7 p . m .. Women s Guild Dinner . Sat ., Nov . 17—11 a . m ., Girls Hockey vs . Holton Arms , at Ellipse . 2 : 30 p . m ., Football vs . Geo . Wash ., at Central Stadium . Wed ., Nov . 21—3 p . m ., Girls Hockey vs . Geo . Wash . Fri ., Nov . 23—8 p . m ., All-College Party in Gym . Sat ., Nov . 24—2 : 30 p . m ., Football , Frosh vs . Sophs . Mon ., Nov . 26— 10 a . m ., Thanksgiving Convocation , Stanley Jone 3 speaking . Wed ., Nov . 28—12 : 20 p . m ., Thanksgiving vacation begins . Mon ., Dec . 3—8 : 16 a . m ., Thanksgiving vacation ends . Wed ., Dec . 6—3 p . m ., Girls Hockey vs . Geo . Wash . Fri ., Dec . 7—8 p . m ., Faculty Women s Club Party and Plays for students . Three Short Stories Written by Students Judging Committees Appointed to Award lwo Prizes Three short stories were submitted by the closing hour , last Monday afternoon , in the Short Story of College Life Contest , which is being held for the upperclassmen of the College . The...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Provision for a new men 8 dormitory and an increased instruction budget for the College of Liberal Arts featured the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of American University , held last Monday , November 12 , in the Battelle Memorial . In addition , all tbe officers of the Board were reelected and two new members added . The new dormitory , to cost not in excess ot $ 100 , 000 , was approved by tbe Trustees on the recommendation of Chancellor Lucius C . Clark , and the Committee on Buildings , Grounds and Real Estate was directed to proceed with plans and specifications . The building will hold approximately fifty men , and thirty present student * have already indicated their willingness to reside there . Before too actual construction begins , $ 60 , 000 is to be provided , and It is expected that it will be completed and ready for occuDancv by SeDtember , 1929 . Trustees Approve $ 100 , 000 Men s Dorm to Be Finished Next Fall And Increase Budget by $ 10 , 000 Committee of T...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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A . U . Banner To Be _^ _FV SI V _^ A _ [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

A . U . Banner To Be _^ _FV SI V _^ A _ Given as Prize at College Party Council Social Committee Under James Johnson To Give Party in Gym An All-College Party , to be given In the gymnasium on the evening of Friday , November 23 , at 8 o clock , is planned by the newly arranged Social Committee of the Student Council . A variegated program is planned , including games , informal dancing , cards , and stunts by various groups . An outstanding feature of the party will be the awarding of a large A . U . banner to one of the classes . The winning class will be selected on the bases of the following three points : First , the percentage of the class membership present ; second , tbe best appearing class costume ; and , third , the stunt to be given by each class . The class costume is an innovation at A . U . parties . Each class will be given by the Student Council an amount of crepe paper proportional to the size of the class in tbe class colors ( with the exception of the freshmen , ...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faculty to Stage Plays Dec . 7 th [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Faculty to Stage Plays Dec . 7 th Annual Party Given to Students by Faculty Womens Club to Be Gala Occasion Members of the faculty will make up the entire cast of three one-act plays to be presented on December 7 as part of the annual party given by the Faculty Women s Club to the students ot the college . The party will be similar to the one which was such a howling success last fall , though it is unknown if any member of the faculty will be found to assume the position that Mr . Neprud created at the climax of one ot last year s plays . The three sketches to be given are The Mouse-Trap , by William Dean Ho wells , to be played In the costumes of twenty-five years ago ; The Boor , by Chekhov , and Suppressed Desires , by Susan _Qlaspell . Ample opportunity Is promised in these plays for the expression of some unknown and unexpected talent * by our faculty members . Refreshments will be served by tbe faculty women in tbe dining-room after tbe plays to tbe students and faculty membe...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Juniors Dedicate Ancola to Hamilton * . A . U . Founders [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Juniors Dedicate Ancola to Hamilton * . A . U . Founders The Aucola this year will be dedicated to Bishop John W . Hamilton and his brother , Franklin Hamilton . Bishop Hamilton , Chancellor Emeritus of tbe University , was one of the founders of tbe College of Liberal Arts , and from its start has done much to promote its interests . After the dedication , tbe Aucola will present a scenic section , with views ot tbe buildings and tbe campus , a fifteen-page sport section , with Individual pictures ot the members of tbe athletic teams , individual pictures ot tbe seniors and Juniors , and group pictures of the sophomore aad freshman classes .

Publication Title: American Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Thanksgiving Holiday Begins in Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Thanksgiving Holiday Begins in Two Weeks The Thanksgiving holiday this year will begin at 12 : 20 P . M . oa Wednesday , November 28 , and continue until class work is resumed oa Monday morning , December S , Students are again reminded at this time of the rule regarding absence from class before and after vacation . Tbe regulation is as follows : Absence from tbe last recitation of a class preceding a vacation or a holiday , or from tbe first recitation of a olass following a vacation or holiday , shall bo equivalent to the total number of _uaexcused _ahssaosj allowed in the odium during tap semester .

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Women s Guild to Give Big Dinner Plan to Feed 300 at First Banquet in Gymnasium An International dinner by the American University Women s Guild will be held Friday , November 16 , at 7 : 00 p . m . in the gymnasiumauditorium , with an expected attendance of over three hundred . The purpose ot the dinner Is to raise funds for women s scholarships and loan funds . The price per plate is fl . 50 . A novel programme has been arranged , the dinner taking on an international aspect . Courses will consist of Swedish , Mexican , French , _Chechoslovakian , and Dutch dishes , while women students of the University will do foreign dances In costumes , between courses . Music will be furnished by tbe American University orchestra , under the bates of Dr . Lelneweber , and Mile . Bimone Schaal will render several vocal • elections . Members of the various committees include . Mrs . L . 0 . Clark , Mrs . O . B . Woods . Mm . Oscar Rand , aad Mrs . Bdwin Pullman . Tbe dances art betas directed b...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Lectures and Students A suggestion has been made that some kind benefactor of the Uni Versity ought to conduct a contest for the purpose of discovering ar innocuous and pleasant synonym for the word lecture . This _idej was suggested by the attitude which a number of students took towards the program which the University offered to the public last Saturda ) evening . Mainly as a result of the agitation of the people who had heard and appreciated Dr . Spaeth , and were convinced that the program would be interesting , a fair number of students attended , but the general attitude of the students was one of disinterest because the event was entitled a lecture . They seemed to think that from the very nature of the critter the program would be dry and uninteresting . Why , 1 they thought , lectures are even being abolished from the classrooms these days . Just how they were able to reason that the college was spending part of its slender store of finances to put on a program which would...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Belz Elected Head of Brecky Clul Club Dance Brings Students Froi Local High Schools Upon the resignation ot the _pres dent of the Brecky Club , Leon Shlosi new elections were held with the fo lowing results : Dorothea Bel : President ; Warren Collison , Vlci President ; and Gwendolyn Folson Secretary-Treasurer . The club showed its usual pep b sponsoring a masquerade dance ii the gymnasium on November S . j number of guests were invited tror the high schools of the city . Th gym was decorated in an appropriat Hallowe en fashion , and an additiona wlerdness was added to the occasloi by the failing ot the electric light during the latter part of the dance Clyde Williams was chairman of thi dance committee . Music was fur nished by Lee Field s College Com _manders . French 304 to Be in Two Sections Next Semester Two sections of French 304—ad vanced composition—will be offered next semester , according to Misi Mary Gait . Each section will be strictly limited to eight students , and wil...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

[ There is only one New York—Hooray !) New York ? New York ? When have I heard that name before ? Nevi York ? Lessee now : St . Louis Card ! nalB , Chicago White Sox , _Cleveland Indians , New York Yankees—ah ! thats where I heard that name . The New York Yankees come from New York . New York is the place where the average citizen s conception ol Heaven is the top floor of the Wool worth Building . Quite a paradox , then , that they should consider the shortest way to Heaven would be jumping out of it , but some of them do . New York is the place where they have so many streets that it is no | oke to have one named Condensed Milk Lane . They ve a street there : alled Broadway , and my!—what a street ! Anyone not from New York thinks ot this Broadway , around ( 2 nd , as six or seven solid blocks of movie theaters , vodvll houses , and ROUND THE WORLD WITH WALLY burlesque shows . Six or seven solid blocks except for a lot of little hole : in the ground , out of which poui thousands o...

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Bishop Speaks On the Renunciation of War [Newspaper Article] — American Eagle — 15 November 1928

Bishop Speaks On the Renunciation of War Special Armiitice Day Program Presented in Chapel Bishop William Frazer McDowell , trustee of the American University and bishop of the Washington Area of the Methodist Episcopal Church , spoke to the student body in the Armistice Day program in chapel on Friday , November 9 . On this day , in commemoration of the signing of the Armistice , ten years ago , an appropriate program was arranged in which everyone present took part . After reading in unison with the leader and singing patriotic songs , the audience was addressed by Bishop McDowell on the subject of Renunciation of War . Mixed in with oc ¬ casional clever bits of humor , Bishop McDowell spoke on international peace and the efforts which are being made to bring about world brotherhood in a manner which waa deeply impressive to the entire audience . He presented a comprehensive view of his experiences in Europe in workIng towards international harmony in religion and spoke of hi * co...

Publication Title: American Eagle
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