Letter Men Plan More Effective 'M' Organization; Edwards Chosen to Fill Vacancy Left by Culler; Van Tassel Speaks to Business Girls' Club of Hamilton; Clinger Made Captain of Next Years Cagers; Bishop Anderson Gives Sermon at Sunday Service
'Convention of D. A. R. To Be Held Here; Rhodes Trustees Complete Changes In Scholarships; Convention Policy Of President Begins To Pay Large Dividends; Koterba, Ohio, Leads Buckeye Individual Scoring, Popp Rival; Mrs. Richards Talks At Vespers...
Ohio U. President To Speak At Phi Beta Kappa Banquet; Wesleyan Woman To Debate Miami On Chain Stores; Ziegfield Returns Six Beauty Photos; Neidhart and Gray Enter Pool Finals; Dr. Hefner Talks Before Phi Sigma
Ten Selected For Membership By Blue Key; New Social Ruling For Frosh Made; Playwright Speaks Before Assembly; Book By Prof. Good Honored By Ass'n; Harrison Memorial Dedicated By D. A. R. At State Conference; Wickenden To See Brother Installed; Geo....
'Present Depression Period Will Not End Until 1935, Possibly 1936'-Dr. Smith; Faculty Members Will Attend Conventions of Bodies During Vacation; Don Kayler to Play for Victory Ball in Cleveland; No Leadership In Present Government-N.D. Baker;'
'Departments Combine To Give Two New Courses In Summer Sessions; Commercial, Student Exhibit Held Tuesday; Chances For Placement of Grads Improved; Heimsch, Foltz Awarded Hinckley, Neukom Prizes As Outstanding Juniors'
Mortar Board Introduces Point Changes; NYA Students Requested to Cut Time Allotments; Critic Acclaims Spring Play as Outstanding Performance; Geology Men Get Positions for Next Year; Women's League Conducts Annual Retreat at Cabin; Large Number of...
Language Plan Tabled; Police Promise Enforcement Of Bicycle Rules; Survey Shows MU Conservative; Enrollment Reaches Peak; Profs Tune In On Needs; Candidates for City Council- The Issues and The Views; Sorority Suites Good Idea; Sports Gain Female...
Junior Man Found Dead, Gun at Side; Student Fees Finance Clinics Services; Buckley Bill Threatens Students Now Eligible for Food Stamps; 3,700 Students Enroll to Vote, Avey Estimates; DuBois Changes Policy, Text Shortage Not Seen
Social Security Should Not be Locked Up; MU Female Student Ratio at Its Highest Rate; President Garland Holds Open Forum; Students Encouraged to Vote in Oxford; Troop Leader Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison; Howington Named City Manager
ASG Revises Senate Districts; Relay For Life Raises 48,000; School of Education Scores High; PSE Wins National Awards; Habitat for Humanity Plans to Build Second House; Talawanda Grad Wins Pulitzer; Ohio Students Substance Abuse Decreases; Art...
Enrollment Down in Class of 2009; Garland to Bid Farewell to MU; 3 First-year Residence Halls Empty this Fall; MU Grad Killed in Iraq; Blaze Destroys Wendy's; OPD Cracks Down on Alcohol Violations; Internships Important in Order to get ahead
RedHawks take fight out of Irish in sweep; Candidates, slates set for ASG primary; Over-the-Rhine program celebrates 10th anniversary; MU seeks input on regional campus plan; Harvard Sailing Team comedians to visit Miami; Increasing number of...
MU women outperform men in the classroom; TEdx event unites early education, finance research; Students flout smoke-free campus policy; Miami plan task force aims to revamp requirements; Sorority sisters historically preferred on-campus suites...
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