'Four Awards to be Given at Assembly; Students to Hear Charles Sawyer Speak, October 20; Fraternity to Dedicate House at Homecoming; Dr. B.L. French Opens Student Peace Seminar; Four Hundred Students Attend Loafers Club Meeting Saturday Night'
Committee Incorporates New Student Union; University to Resume Traditional Assembly; Construction Progresses on Buildings; WMUB to Start Operation Soon; FOrtunate Freshman Coeds Live in Luxury in Converted North Hall Recreation Room; Tamahawk to...
Student Injured in Truck Accident; Period of Silence to Begin Tonight; WMUB to Begin Broadcasting Monday; Fraternities Revise Rush Regulations; Hillel Foundation to Hold Services; Oxford to Receive New Wire System
Student Killed in Auto Crash Late Sunday; Dolibois Relates War Experiences; University Seeks Data on Returned Student Veterans; Hahne Announces Plans for New Fine Arts Structure; Ice Cap Named After Professor
'Reservation to Open Before Nov. 1; Students to Vote Thursday Evening for Queen, King; Committee Names Homecoming Candidates; Rea Announces Three Student Appointments; Chest Drive Chairmen Seek Slogan in Contest'
'Burning of OU Effigy, Prediction by Thobe to Highlight Celebration; Tribe to Meet Ohio U in Saturdays Battle; Annual Homecoming Day Festivities Recall Celebrations of Former Years; Bonfire to Initiate Homecoming; Cwen Plans Homecoming Corsage Sale'
French Wins Federal Board Appointment; Lekvold Plans Organization of New Band; Chest Drive Subscriptions Total $8212; Sororities Vote for Adonis to Reign at Panhellenic Ball; Marine Band to Appear at First Artist Series
University Approves Newly Organized Local Fraternities; Quakers Sponsor Industrial Plant Internship Plan; Job Bureau to Arrange Interviews; Redskin Reservation Makes Grand Opening; Fine Arts Structure Started
Fair Oxford Published by Mrs. W. E. Smith; Dr. Barlett to Present Talk on Japan; A-Bomb Comission Names Hull Test Chief; Network to Air History of Miami; Rob Reemelin Named Head of Circulation; Benfield Names WMUB Personnel
'Fraternity Holds Memorial Services; SAEs, Pi Phis Plan to Give Orphans Yuletide Party; Action Needed to Relieve Poor Lighting System; Columbia Grand Opera Group to Appear in Artist Series; Students to Try Out for Musical'
Theatre Plans Presentation of Henry V; Garrison Cottage Damaged by Fire; Robert Hillyer to Present Informal Talk; Prof. E. F. Patten Receives Duplicate Carnegie Medal; Fisk Contest Deadline Set by Director
'US Law Schools Sooperate in Developing Admission Test; Hahne Announces Adjustment in Basemen Suite Room Rent; Pledges Initiated into Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Theta; NSA Committee Members to Hold Meeting Tonight; Prof. R. C. Force Begins Army Duty as...
Tribe Miami Elects Mary Ellen Riley New Club Sponsor; Liberal Arts-Alethenai Opens Literary Contest; Phi Bete Announces 43 New Members; Assembly to Clarify NSA Issue; Students to Discuss Revision of Car Rules
Three Appearances of String Quartet Planned for Benton; Triad Dance to Feature Clyde Trask; Life Photographs in Benton Depict Concord Poetry; Vets to Secure Bonus Applications; Students to Discuss Rulings
Delegates Plan to Attend UN Convention; Pease Wins Contest Held by Pepsi-Cola; ODK Application Deadline Reported; Jerry Walds Band Booked for Senior Ball in Withrow; Church Leader to Lecture at Assembly
Mock Convention Opens Today in WIthrow; Radio Station Introduces Commercials; Touring Company to Present Comedy; Philosopher to Lecture on Thursday; Eighty-One Candidates to Campaign for Campus Government Positions
'Voting to Continue at Polls ntil 7-30; High Schoolers to Compete Here Saturday; Diamondmen to Meet UC Bearcats; Assembly Program to Fenture Octet, Col. L. P. Irvin; Mothers Day Activities Set for May 8,9'
Hope Johns Crowned May Day Queen at Benton; Record-Breaking Turnout Elects 26 S-FC Representatives Tuesday; State to Hold High School Tests Here; ODK Elects Edward Clark New President; Dr. Koo to Speak in June
'South Hall Women Legally Violate Rules by Entertaining Men in Boudoirs, Suites; Pre-Registration Set for Summer Session, Fll Semester Programs; League Council to Consider Rule Changes; Future Graduate Students to See Director Vallance; French...
'Veil to Head S-FC, New Miami Party Fined for Violation; Second Term Examination Schedule Given; Registration for Classes to Start; Annual Mothers Day Celebration to Highlight Weekend Festivities; High School Track Men to Participate in Meet;...
Navy Ball to Display Battleship Motif; Positions for Summer Anounced; Assembly to Feature Presentation of Awards; Renovated Department Boasts Dream Kitchen Laboratory; Fraternities to Present Ball May 22
'Bus Company to Delay New Cincinnati Run; Harold Russell, Disabled Veteran, Academy Award Winner, to Talk on Democracy Monday in Hughes; Randy Brooks to Furnish I-F Dance Music; YMCA to Sponsor Student Survey on Advisory Plan; Music Students to...
'Babe in Woods to Reign Saturday at Interfraternity; Jack Kistler Named New Radio Head; S-FC to Appoint Board, Committee Members Tonight; Alumni Day Scheduled for June 5; Drawings for Summer Rooms Set'
'Terry Christjohn, Class of 1966, Reigns at Ball; Summer School Registration Rules Announced by Direcor; Chinese Diplomat to Give Address at 109th Commencement Program; Fall Term Registration Reaches Total of 3106, 1250 Enroll for Summer; Class...