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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 06 (Oct. 29, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 6'
    • 1920-10-29
    • Kisses and Yards At Oxford Theater; Percy McKaye Now a Reality at Miami; Sigma Delta Chi Initiates Four; Many Students Try For Bachelor Of Arts Degree With Honors; Miami's Championship Hopes Dampened By Lutheran Team
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 19 (Feb. 25, 1921)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 19'
    • 1921-02-25
    • Mid-Year Play Is Great Success; Founders Day is Celebrated Mon.; Dr. Ferry Preaches At Fifth Service; Jessie Van Gordon Wins In Contest; Glee Club To Sing In Middletown; Locals Defeat Wesleyan
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 22 (Mar. 19, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 22 [Vol. 75, No. 22]'
    • 1926-03-19
    • Mendelssohn Quartette Offers Concert Tonight; Reverend Anderson to Preach Sunday at March Service; Aubrey Publishes Essay on Religion; John Burroughs is Topic of George C. Fisher's Address; Paul Dietz Visits Studentsky Domov on Trip to Prague;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 052, No. 30 (Feb. 11, 1928)'

    • 'Vol. 52, No. 30'
    • 1928-02-11
    • Dr. Upham Takes Oath of Office as President of Miami at Thursday Chapel; James Smith Removed Home from Hospital; Dr. Thompson to Speak in Wells Hall Monday; Dr. Good Rates High in Group of Education
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 053, No. 28 (Jan. 22, 1929)'

    • 'Vol. 53, No. 28'
    • 1929-01-22
    • Sum Up Given Successfully By Earlham Players; Albion College To Open Debate Schedule Feb. 2; Need For Religion In Scientific Age Topic Of Rabbi At Vespers; February Ninth Suggested As Date For Fraternity Initiations
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 057, No. 43 (Mar. 14, 1933)'

    • 'Vol. 57, No. 43'
    • 1933-03-14
    • Liberal Arts Test Change Is Proposed; Financial Crisis Passes As Nation's Banks Open; Depression Aid To Scholarship; First Student Council Planned In 1824; Prof Protects Birds on Private Estate Sanctuary;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 30 (Feb. 2, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 30'
    • 1934-02-02
    • Bain Will Speak; Beta Kappa Moves; Trend Toward Correct Clothes; Thompson Speaks on Birth Control; Jewish Conference to be Here in February; Art Kassel to Play at Prom; Should Not Study on Full Stomach; Union Considered
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 03 (Sept. 25, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 3'
    • 1934-11-25
    • Greeks Favor Deferred Pledging; Culmination of Rush Week Finds 106 Men Affiliated; Freshman Women are Engulfed in Social Onslaught; Cincy Mayor Will be Speaker Here; Todd Reports on Meeting of State Chamber
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 059, No. 34 (Feb. 14, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 59, No. 34'
    • 1936-02-14
    • 'Ohio Musical Groups Here for Festival on May 1, 2; Mid-Year Play is Using Cans for Ale Mugs in Rehearsals; Dr. Thompson Will Comment on News Week; W.C. Dod Develops Device to Register Pitch Mechanically; Broadcasts to Celebrate Miami Day February...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 04 (Sept. 25, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 4'
    • 1936-09-25
    • Male Dance Troupe Put On Course; Cartoonist to Depict Miami History in Each Friday Issue; Dr. Anderson to Broadcast from Dayton; Dr. A.C. Wickenden Announces Vespers; Come and Get It Suggests Dr. F.D. Slutz
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 18 (Nov. 13, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 18'
    • 1936-11-13
    • 'Richard Crooks, Soloist, to Sing Tomorrow Night in Withrow at 8pm; New Magazine for Students to be Started; Special Football Edition to Follow Marshall Tilt; Hugh Walpole Finds Success with Courage as Philosophy; Business Honorary Observes...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 061, No. 33 (Feb. 11, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 33'
    • 1938-02-11
    • 'Chester E. Quick Appointed Freshman Strut Chairman By University YMCA Heads; Clarified, Reorganized Regulations For University Disciplinary Board Released After Year's Consideration; Arthur Elliot To Be Vespers Guest Speaker;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 061, No. 47 (Apr. 15, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 47'
    • 1938-04-15
    • Dailey To Play For Ball; Political Parties Announce Slates; First Miami Paper Composed By Greenhorn Scribes Of 1826; Five National Greek Organizations Founded On Campus of 'Mother Of Fraternities';
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 18 (Nov. 11, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 18'
    • 1938-11-11
    • 'Fire Ravages Delt House This Morning; Kamal Ataturk, Turkish Ruler, Dies in Istanbul; German Nazis Burn, Loot Jewish Stores in Berlin As New Purge Starts; Delegate Chosen to Attend Important New York Meeting of Fraternity Presidents'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 065, No. 30 (Jan. 30, 1940)'

    • 'Vol. 65, No. 30'
    • 1940-01-30
    • 'Mr. P.E. Malone Leaves University for Washington; Dean Ernest Ashbaugh Receives Notification of Educational Positions; Dr. E.M. Cox Lectures; Pres. A.H. Upham, Dr. Eliot Porter to Talk at Westminster Dinner; Mr. C.R. Niswonger Helps Revise Text on...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 066, No. 38 (Feb. 25, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 66, No. 38'
    • 1941-02-25
    • 'Gov. Bricker Appoints 9 New Trustees; Assembly-Goers To Hear Luther King, Negro Tenor; Dr. Patten Speaks At Marriage Series, Disparages Draft Nuptials, Tantrums; Rider To Attend Education Meeting; Herbert Saito Thinks Hawaii Will Become State In...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 066, No. 42 (Mar. 11, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 66, No. 42'
    • 1941-03-11
    • Novelist Has Book On Sea Published; Dr. Hugh S. Cabot To Give Lecture; Dan Cupid Has New Troubles As Measles Rears Ugly Head; Donald Bube Sings With Philharmonic; Dean Emeritus Presented With Life-Sized Portrait; Tribute Given Dean Minnich At...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 07 (Oct. 7, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 7'
    • 1941-10-07
    • 'Ernest Lindley, Rhodes Scholar, To Interpret World Situation Friday; Bishop, Canright To Head Homecoming Celebration; Student - Faculty Elects Wheeler As Vice-Chairman; Enrollment Decrease Verified; George Rung, '40, Reports To Navy For Active...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 19 (Nov. 19, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 19'
    • 1941-11-19
    • Redskins Prepare for Annual Turkey Day Classic; Don Bestor's Orchestra Signed to Play for Hop; R. Pedersen to Succeed Rolla Nuckles; Loewenstein to Discuss World Crisis; Former Miami Students in Army Send Letters to Deal Alderman; University to...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 29 (Jan. 13, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 29'
    • 1942-01-13
    • University To Develop Defense Forum Groups; Graduates Find Defense Work; Teaching Requirements Modified For Duration; Speech Instructor To Rejoin Army; Naval Reserve Service Open to Students; Civil Service Positions Open to Dietitians; Mr. S.O....
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 38 (Feb. 27, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 38'
    • 1942-02-27
    • 'Dr. Popenoe to be Speaker at Assembly; Ken Brown Wins Fisk Contest; More War Discussions to be Given Next Week; Ray McKinley Wows Students in Unexpected Jam Session; College Students Should Continue Education, Gregor Ziemer Advises'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 32 (Feb. 5, 1943)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 32'
    • 1943-02-05
    • 'Novelist To Talk Monday; Committee Revamps Bond Drive; Grissy Goes Glamorous, Gets Help At Women's League Dance; Duning Given Governmental Appointment; Arthur Debenarde Among War Dead; Faulkner To Speak; Capt. Wade Enters Officers Training'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 069, No. 17 (Jan. 20, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 17'
    • 1944-01-20
    • 'Red Cross Unit To Visit Oxford; Street, Allen, Head Campus Religion Week; Fourth War Loan Drive Seeks $500 Goal Today; Campus, Libe and All - It's Heaven to Cpl. Herb Saito, Back for Last Fling; Earlham Latest Red Cage Victim;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 069, No. 24 (Mar. 17, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 24'
    • 1944-03-17
    • 'Stoll Elected YW Chief for Year; Drummond Successful Candidate; Shapiro Heads Student Staff, Schlenck, Kingseed to Assist; Tom Joyner Fills Sport Editorship; Concert to Feature Orchesis; Towers Play Cast Named by Abegglen; Coach Holcomb Passes...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 08 (Oct. 15, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 8'
    • 1946-10-15
    • Chest Funds to Aid Needy Students; Robert Frost Reveals Views on Poetry During Interview; Village Overruled in Registration; Tamahawk to Appear on Monday; OPA Director Clarifies S-FC Rent Queries; YMCA Establishes Recreation Halls in Three Dorms
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 073, No. 23 (Dec. 12, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 23'
    • 1947-12-12
    • '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'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 074, No. 31 (Feb. 8, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 74, No. 31'
    • 1949-02-08
    • 'Court Takes Action Against Dorm Thefts; Failures in Freshman English Appear Normal; Honorary to Sponsor Lectures; Michael Papadopoulos, Ex-Lieutenant of Greek Army, Begins Studies Here; US Labor Bureau Predicts Increased Demand in Fields of...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 14 (Nov. 1, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 14'
    • 1949-11-01
    • Erwin Urges Students to Give Enough at Chest Drive Kickoff Dinner; Hahne to Address Assembly Thursday; Phi Sigma to Hold Geological Movie; Helen Traubel Concert to Open Artist Series; Prose Writers May Associate with Group
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 15 (Nov. 4, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 15'
    • 1949-11-04
    • 'Chest Nears Goal, Hits $8000 Early; Society to Present Feature, Shorts in Next Film Program; Tribe to Try for Third Straight Win Tomorrow Against Red Cat Eleven; Traffic Court Gives Verdict in 13 Cases; Theme for Dads Day Dance Chosen by Varsity...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 21 (Dec. 2, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 21'
    • 1949-12-02
    • Six Rare Shakespeare Items Added to University Library; New Edition of Red Cap Revue to Open Today with Case of Over 75 Freshman; Financial History of WAA Explained by Association; Conzelman Tells Grid Experience to Guests at All-Sports Banquet

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