Address for the Day of Prayer by Dr. Nicholson; Semester; Successor to Henry Ward Beecher to Lecture in Hamilton February 9th; Week of Prayer Services Held Every Evening with Large Attendance; Encouragement for Good Writing Offered to Miami Students
Girls Inter-Collegiate Debate Squad Selected; Struke Outlines Organization of Prom Committee; George Little is Visitor at Scenes of Early Triumphs; Drice is Meeting Place of Doctors; Hop Plans Rapidly Nearing Completion is Word From Sophs
Second Congress Drafts Articles of Constitution; Glee Club will Enter Glee Club Contest of 1927; Budget Total for Miami Approaches Two Million Mark; Big Red Five to Open Season at Earlham Tomorrow Night
Expect Many Alumni Back For Meeting; Government Students View Ohio Law-Makers In Action; Liberal Arts Suggestion Is Approved; Fractured Skull Is Fatal To Professor J. E. Collins; Number of Money Orders Skyrocket During Bank Crisis;
'Famous Social Scientist to Give Lectures; Nine Senior Redskins to Play Last Game Thanksgiving Day; Don Beattie to Lead Band Next Season; Short Skirts, Bright Bonnets Featured By Stylish Co-eds; Variety of Winter Athletic Activities Offered to...
'Administrative Council Lashes Miamians, Bans Future Political Demonstrations; Orchesis To Perform Dance Written By Mr. Forrest Sanders; Dr. Harry Russell Talks On Speech, Language Defects; Shannon Resigns From S-F Council'
'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'
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
Dimmers, Hopper to Run for Highest Post in Y Elections; Summer Set for Completion of Natatorium; English Contest Entries Due by Saturday; Drama Group to Produce One-Act Play; Red Cross Drive to End this Week
Artists Series to Present Program by Isaac Stern; Members of YWCA To Elect New Officers In Residence Halls; Westhafer Discusses Marriage; Faculty Speaks On Inter-Group Relationships; Archive of Folklore Preserves Old Songs, Tales for Posterity;
Anti-War Senator to Open Voices Sunday; Nader Attacks Established Violators; Prof Urges Probe of Racial Strife; Doctors Debate Legalized Abortion; Spring Anti-War Programs Set, Support Pledged at Conference;
University Levies Facilities Fee to Help Fight Spiraling Costs; New Stadium to Rise Near Millet Hall; MU Lowers Admission Standards, Enrollment Reaches Record High; Regents Budget Shows $550 Million Increase; Kucek Hurls Way to Majors
Battle Lines Raised in Zoning Argument; Proposal for Legal Aid Office Scheduled for Trustee Action; New Station May Soon Pump Into Your Room; Apartheid Forgotten, Not Dead; WMUB Cuts Councils Air Time; Merchants Hear Ideas
Cable Television Will Be Underway by July; Positions Jeopardized by Cuts; Lab Schools Across Country Suffering From Lack of Money; UC Fails to Decide on Resolutions; Restaurant Will Open this Summer; Conference Center Nears Completion; Health...
Fires Burn Apartments; One Dead, 2 Injured in Wreck; TIPP Report Shows no Rapes During December; Oxford Considers Parking Lot; Talawanda Bans Smoking; MU Author Novelizes Movie, The River Runs New Course; Missing Child Returns Home; Bennett Hired...
Students Desire Say in City Government; ODW Still Investigating Four Mile Creek Fish Kill; Senate Endorses Changes to Dishonesty Penalties; Stricter Eligibility Requirements for Student Loans; Oxford Water Shortage Affects Trees, Shrubs; GLA Openly...
7 Rugby Players Guilty of Sexual Harassment; U. Senate Debates Text Sales Ethics; Polluted Materials Seep Into Local Soil; New Miami Advertising Club Promotes Uptown Businesses; AIESEC-Miami Receives Honors Including National Top Ten Status