'Quartet to Present First of Concert Series Tomorrow; Arthur Lane, Veteran Diplomat, to Speak in Benton Hall Tonight; Leadership Group to Offer Class in Square Dancing; Lodges to Give Informal Dance; Dayton-Miami Club to Sponsor Dance'
Oxford Chamber of Commerce to Initiate Annual Fall Festival; Miamis Political Clubs Make Campaign Plans; C.W. ONeill to Address Assembly; Miami Rallies to Best Xavier Before 10,000 Fans; Parseghian Gets First Win at NU; Granger Learns of Porters...
Reverend Ong Opens Danforth Lecture Series on Sunday; Martha Flowers Debuts New MU Artist Recital; Olson Accepts Chilean Post; University Selects Undergraduate Fellows; Miami Victory Highlighted on WMUB Show; Policy Crack Down Brews Hurricane at U....
Lusby Relieves Wickenden as Head of Religion Department; Turmoils Rile Cuban Dictator; President May Call Federal Troops Out to Enforce Ruling; Oxford Offers Sabin Oral Vaccine Program; Fete to Acquaint Foreign Students
Concert Dancer Interprets New Contemporary Dances; Taylor Plays Lead in MU Theatre Offering of Modern Biblical Story; Clubs Debate Governments Economic Role; Ox Bowl Pits Fraternity Stars Against Freshman Champions; Undeclared Indian War Continues
IFC Elects Breaux President, Interfraternity Spirit Stressed; Religion Conference Delegates Convene, Explore Viewpoints; Students Aid Security in Switchboard Traffic; Class Officer Finalists Give Aims; Candidates for Student Senate
Commission Plans New Routes at Public Hearing in Oxford; Demonstrators Object to Pacifist's Policy; U.S. Troops, Vietnamese Repel Latest Viet Cong Offensive; Professor Contributes to Mark Twain Study; Matte Leads Candidates in 'Back of Week' Poll;...
Trustees Approve Increase in Student Fees For Fall Term; Student Insurance Plan Provokes Company Losses; Adams Heads Dimensions; Correspondent Notes More Hurt Than Help by U.S. Presence in Vietnam War; Miami Participates in Inner-City Education...
University In Crisis Examination Opens Sunday Without Klonsky; Newspapers Barred From Uptown Place; University Program Fifth in Controversial Issue Series; Black Students Express Frustration, Seek Action; New President Plans Powerful Frosh Year
Over 1000 March in Support of Senate Proposals; Faculty Council Decision Leads to Walkout By Members of Black Student Association; Henderson, Schumacher Argue Student Concern; Visitation Hours Tabled, Beer in Center Approved
Strike Moratorium Called for Negotiations; Information Office Clarifies Official Position; Minority Tendency to Blame System Results in Protest, Not in Understanding; Slant City Created as Protest to Bring About Positive Change; Panel Notes...
Alpha Chapter of Phi Tau Shut By National; Plus, Minus Grading Debate Continues; Political Activities of Youth Labeled Important by Speaker; House Bill 1219 Invoked at OU; Experimental Seminar Offered to Freshmen
Proposal for Academic Reform Submitted; Final Faculty R&R Statement Issues, Change in Hierarchical Relations Seen; Phi Kappa Tau Ready To Fill Empty House; University Reviewing Pollution from Coal; Fraternities Undergoing Change
Trustees Reject Visitation, Senate, AWS Dismayed; High Cost Discourages Golf Course; Curriculum, Enrollment Increase, Cause Registration Confusion; Fr. Ron Directs Center; $500 Granted in Effort to Prevent Hall Razing; Adams Athlete of Year
Candidates Speak Out On Local Issues; Roy Reinhart's Named Miami Parents of Year; McGovern Hits GOP at Cincy; Senate Presses Revisions for Languages; Students Discuss Presidential Possibilities; Students Think Nixons the One
New Visitation proposal planned; Twelve arrested in drug raids; Self-awareness, sharing cap women's liberation conference; Students, profs bugged by Watergate affair; Petition to push bill adding students, faculty to state board;
New Federal Budget Will Pinch Students; Miami Tosses its Beach Ball into the Spring Break Pool; Harper Goes One-On-One in the Fourth; Walker Sails through Studies during her Semester at Sea; Student Reflects on China and U.S.;
FSB announces interim dean for Spring semester; Miami extends streak to 7 games, longest of year; Forum brings intellectual debate to MU; Hawks mark 40 years of gender equality; Miami brings home the bacon to students; Front runner grad student...
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