National Military Training Question Up for Discussion; More Greeks Added to Fraternity Rolls; Arion Starts Work on Hadley's 'Fire Prince'; Work is Inevitable for Miami People During this Summer; Fuss Over Question Delays Debate Work; Relation of...
Everything In Order for Miami's Greatest Homecoming Day; Miami Redskins To Meet Georgetown In Homecoming Battle; Doctor Talks On Recovery At Assembly; Miami Homecoming Not So Old But Here Permanently; Kreger Lectures; Works of Poet To Be Given;
Student Faculty Approves Wepman as Ball Chairman; Dean J.W. Clokey Composes Song for Broadcast; Mitchell Darling to Talk at Assembly Thursday; Dean Emerson to Speak; Dr. Stefansson Donates Three Books to Library;
'State Grants $30,000 Emergency Appropriation for Construction of University-Owned Airport; Herbert Saito to Teach Non-Credit Course in Japanese Next Semester; Members of Faculty to Leave; Campus Receives Weather , Kiosk,'
Culbertson to Outline Plan for World Peace; Private Collection Of Naval History Display in Library; Boynton Succeeds Lieutenant Lill; Trainees to Get on the Beam as Navy NSD5 Hits Air Waves; Who's Who List Includes 16 Students; H.C. Cristofferson...
'Two Male Candidates Top Freshman Vote; Dean Announces New Major Units; Shakespearean Comedy Slated for Dec. 1-2; College Executive to Speak to YW; Budget Revised by S-FC; Thanksgiving Trot to Feature Owls, SWAC Floor Show'
'Ruml to Address 221 Graduates Tomorrow; Mrs. Thomson Resigns Post, Henderson to Head Western; Prof. W.K. Jones to Head Spanish Classes in Europe; Air Force Captain J.W. Gee Tells of V-E Day London Style'
Unbeaten Redskins to Battle Ohio Bobcats; Naval Trainees Bring New Life to Miami's Wartime Athletic Teams; Council Plans Recision of 1928 Constitution; 144 Miamians Listed as Killed in Latest Report on War Dead;
'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'
'Miami's Greatest Building Period Continues; Addition of New Faculty Members Swells Staff; Construction Begun Recently on South Hall, Natatorium; University Announces 17 New Residence Heads; Concerts, Lectures Scheduled'
'Hannon, Wilkinson to Rule Weekend; Shannon Discusses Principles for Political Party Government; Fraternities, Sororities Deem Oxford Excellent Site for Establishment of National Headquarters; Gordon Stars in Track- Heads Gym Department; Jay...
Redskin Eleven to Battle Bearcats for Title; Vandals Deface Benton Sidewalk; New IFC Initiation Rule Passed; Special Rates Still Available for Vacation; Baggage Pickup Announced, Set for Tomorrow at Eight
Blast, Fire Gut Bowling Alley, Injure 12 Students; Buddha to Set Oriental Tone of Burma Bounce Tomorrow in Withrow, Webber to Play; Artists Series to Present Siepi in Withrow Concert Sunday; Unjustified Charges Condemned;
Weekend Royalty to Preside Over Various Festivities; Student Poll Names All-time Miami Football Team; University Expands as Construction Program Continues; New Library Facilities Available to Students;
Student Volunteers Serve Oxford Answering Village Fire Alarms; E.L. Hinkle Wins Fisk Contest; Vail Stresses Change in Economics, Religion; Tribe Elects Sallie Kasson as Sponsor; Editor Fritz gets Award From Alums
Mock Convention Spirit Pervades Oxford; Senate Candidates to Vie in Tomorrows Elections; Womens Halls to Sponsor Annual Dances; ODK Taps Upperclass Men at Annual IF Ball; Student Opens Favorite Mom Nominations
Switzer Assists Academy; C.W. ONeill Tells of Life of Politician; Carol Pae, Violist, To Present Recital at Oxford College; Dutchman Surveys Miami, Sees Noisy, Carefree World; Lutheran Students to Hear Kample;
Internal Issues Affect Foreign Policy; Miami Chest Drive Begins At Banquet Monday Night; Nagy Attempts to Terminate Hungary Riots; Australia Debates Pogo Campaign, Island Continent Protests Invasion; Miami Expands, Shows New Face; Auto Accident...
Macmillan Succeeds Eden as Britains Prime Minister; Dr. Fawcett to Speak for Grads; SRC Sponsors Panel on Mental Problems; Alberneri Piani Trio to Give Concert Sunday in Benton; Rule Changes No Bother to Embry; Ellis Shows Specialty - Rebounding;
Glass Rules as May Day Queen; Frosh Provide Entertainment; University Raises Semester Fees; U.S. Proposes Plan for Arctic Inspection; Blithe Spirit Tickets Available; Rickel Speaks to Fellowship; Funds Provide Opportunities To Turn Pro; Student...
Res Night, Big Shows at Center; Club Chance and Dance to Include Show, Prizes; Harriers Try to Even Record at E. Michigan; Frosh Football Team Hosts OU; Royals Seek .500 Season, Embry, Big O Add Strength
Centennial Dinner Recognizes Alum; Concert Start Give Benton Performances; Morrow on Night Train to MU, Cleo and Coe Ride First Class; Interesting Exhibits Greet Visitors to Miamis Campus; Naval Unit Participates in Parade
Drivers Strike May Idle Ohio Bus Over Vacation- Plans for Special Train into Oxford Overruled; Violin Virtuoso Isaac Stern Performs at Artists Series; Centennial Recalls Lincolns Address; Schramm Wins in Harrier Defeat
Red Cap Musical Led by Frankel, Starner; Copper Sculptures Exhibition Displayed in Hiestand Hall; Government Professors Teach Abroad on Leaves of Absence; University Requests Extension for AFROTC Officer Thomas; Hiawabop Encounters Problems of Red...