Formation of the Miami University Banjo Club; College Spirit; Compulsory Attendance at Religious Services; How I Met Pepping; Formal Culture; The Societies; Locals; W.F. Seminary Items; Exchanges; Stolen; Intercollegiate; Alumni; Necrology
'Petition for Two New Tennis Courts; Interest in Athletics; Notable Changes in the University Faculty; Miami 24, Cincinnati 6; The Western; Recensio; Societies; Mandolin and Guitar Club; Glee Club; Local; Intercollegiate; Exchanges; Alumni'
Harry Weidner; W.L. Tobey; Death of William Beckett; A Great Modern Novel; Football Training; Miami Union; Erodelphian Society; Y.M.C.A.; Local; Review of the Football Season at Miami; Alumni; Obituary; Intercollegiate;
'Commencement, 1896; Literary Societies; Alumni Day; An Evening of Declamation; Fraternity Reunions; William Beckett Memorial; The First Annual Meeting of the Ohio Intercollegiate Athletic Association; The University Athletic Association; The State...
The Prize Short story by Robert E. Pye; An Omar for Students; The Workingman and Culture; Best Training for the Professions; Indoor Baseball; Nonsense Rimes; An Exhibition of Erudition; Mother Goose for Moderns; College Freedom; Class of 1895; The...
The Solar Plexus of Miss Day; The Tau Beta Pi Association; The Necessity and Importance of Training; The Inter-Society Debate; University Service; Bohumir Kryl Concert; Miami Victorious; The Nashville Convention; A Miami Songbook; Awards in Story...
Apropos of Senior-Faculty Game; The Intercollegiate Debate; The Miami Museum; Lake Erie Student Conference; Reception for President Benton and Senator Huffman; Miami Dramatic Club; The Miami Student Minstrels; Awards in Song Contest; Athletic Meet...
Best Ever was the Annual Concert by the Glee Club; State Oratorical Contest; Girls at Hepburn Hall Royally Entertain Their Friends Saturday Night; Senior Cast Witnesses 'As You Like It' by Sothern and Marlowe
'Prof. Magoffin Will Lecture Next Tuesday; Girls Show Spirit at Kenyon Game; Old System of Exercise Proves Unsatisfactory; Third Twilight Organ Recital Given Wednesday; M Men Banquet, Old Timers and Football Squad'
Camp Sherman is Visited by Group of Miami Professors; Instructions are Issued to Voters; Industrial Arts Association Meets Here Tomorrow; Miami-Kentucky Game Fought to Scoreless Tie at Lexington Saturday
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...
'Political Parties to Rally at Herron Gym, Park Place Prior to Campus Elections; Far Eastern People's Friendliness, Despite War Scars, Impresses Dr. W.H. Shideler; Beloit College Head to Talk At Assembly;'
'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'
Rising Costs Delay Immediate Plans for Naval Building; Campus to Aid National Drive for Clothing; Council Considers Statistics in Fraternity House Question; Oxford to Find Relief as New Eateries Plan to Accommodate Surplus Population
'Hahne to Address University Men Today; Thursday Classes Cut Short Due to Special; Long Accepts Gene Leshner as Saxophonist; H.H. Maynard to Lecture Here Thursday; Students Schedules Announced; Betas, Phi Delts, Sigma Chis to Hold Annual Triad...
Student to Sponsor Film, Talk on Safety; Semi-Finals of Speech Contest Set for Tonight; Cartography Class to Begin Next Semester; A APhiO Carol Sing Scheduled Monday; MUT to Stage Production of Greek Electra
Sunday Open Houses to Continue Schedule of Fraternity Rushing; Director Seeks Mid-Year Play Scene Painters; Symphonic Band to Give Concert; Two Awarded Foreign Study Scholarships; Combo Signed for NROTC Formal
Reckless Driving So Temporary- Death So Permanent; Victory Serenade to Present King, Queen; Illinois Dean To Speak at Regional Convention of Scholastic Society; Class of 59 Elects Arndt, Sullivan, Pelley, Studinka
Women to Honor Queen at May Day Celebration; Men, Women Draw, Select Rooms Today; Alpha Chapters Plan Festivities for 1957 Triad; Junior, Senior Orchesis to Display Ballet Ability; Miami to Host State Test Day This Weekend
Prof. Walter C. McNelly Chosen as Dad of the Year; Ohio House Votes for New State University; University Recognition Approved for Resume; USAF Thunderbirds to Roar, Dip, Soar in Initial Oxford Appearance; Miami's Building Program to Proceed by...
NCAA Ruling on Frosh Eligibility to Reduce Costs in Athletic Dept.; Registration Computer Knows All; Carelessness Cause of Most Dorm Fires; Lack of Interest Ends Classes; Geology Offers 'Lab' in Field;
Students Crowd Elections' Board For Registration; Miami Indians Approve Use of 'Redskins' Here; Oxford Woman Victim of Fatal Assault; Phi Kappa Psi Opens House; Installations Postpone Kreger Hall Opening;
Voting Rights Could Change Tuition Costs; Civil Rights Bill Added to City Code; Middletown Campus Approves Fee Payment By Credit Card; Town Works to Keep Up with University Demands; Honors Program Seeks Changes; Miami Friendship Club Helps Children;
Miami to Join in Establishing Medical School; Old Res, New Look; Cramer Upholds Ruling Against Student Vehicles; Plans Announced for Geology Field Program; Adams Appointed New Affairs Director; Mary Brady to Direct MU Exchange Program
Carter Proposes $1 Billion Raise in Higher Education; Pending State Legislation to Expand Shield Laws; Western Task Force Ready for Opinion Solicitation; Group Seeks Rathskellar Relocation; Parties Stake Claim to Coed Dorm Proposal
M.A.S.H. Star Speaks on U.S. Foreign Policy; Hollywood Actor Promotes Dukakis While on Campus; Cars Still a Problem at MU with Enforced No-Car Rule; Ohio Workers Petition State to Restore their Candidate; Miami Professors Books Would Transport...
Audit Questions Former Athletic Director's Use of Funds; Wells Hall Full-Timer Elected Campus 'favorite' by Residents; Accountancy Department Ranked Sixth in the Nation, says Recent Report; Election Day Face-off Montgomery, Fisher for Attorney...
$20 Billion in Financial Aid at Risk in Congress; Admissions Office Battles Low Minority Numbers; Police Investigate Oxford's Second Rape in a Week; Student Senate Denounces Parking Charges; Alumni Program Raises Record $17.8 Million; Oxford Police...
Sexual assault reports triple, but punishments remain low; Growing pains; Gender pay gap causes concern for graduating females; Parking permit prices to increase in coming years; 10-year anniversary of house fire prompts a look at safety programs...
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