Cabaret Stunt Makes Big Hit With Audience; Miami Wins And Loses On First Up-State Trip; Big Contest Will Decide Who's Who; Huge Men's Mixer to Follow Game; Mt. Union Quintet is Next Attraction on Home Schedule
USSR to Dissolve Friendship Pacts With UK, France; University Center Construction to Begin- Administration Opens Advertising for Bids; ODK Selects New Members In Annual Tapping Ceremony; Armed Forces To Pay Tribute To Educators;
Student Senate Considers By-Laws, Amendments; Gilmore Discusses Disarmament at International Studies Lecture; Castro Imprisoned Reporter Addresses IFC Audience; National Award Given for Personal Library; FBI Agents Discuss Communisms Goals;
National Landslide Vote Elects Johnson President; Democrats Elected as Governors; Creation of New Title Adds Responsibilities for Dean; Local Author to Offer Comment on Sex, Roof; Lecturer Emphasizes Dehumanization of Negro; Well-Known Names...
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Media Coverage of September 11- 6 Years Later; Over-The-Rhine Residency Program Enters Its Second Year; Spectrum Attracts More Members; Miami Junior Gives Students Options for Laundry Service With Local Business; Career Fair Brings Engineering,...
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