'Athletic Association Student Conduct; To Our Subscribers; New Entrance to the University and Other Changes; Post-Graduate Courses at Miami; Sir Phillip Sidney; Football; The Western; Y.M.C.A. Concert; The Societies; Local; Intercollegiate,...
'Visit from the Finance Committee of the State Legislature; Recensio to be Published; The Dialectic Club; President Thompson Comments on Students Misconduct During Religious Services; Mr. C.T. Rankin; Lecture by O.T. Corson, State School...
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...
The Student Volunteer Convention at Nashville; The DePauw Debate; In Regard to the Coming Meet; Commodore a Champion - Miami Holds Record for 60 Yards; Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; University Service; University Free Lectures; Annual Indoor...
Annual Spring Elections On Tuesday; Dr. Upham Announces Recent Additions To University; Unger Appointed To 'Student' Editorship; Miami Tracksters Entered In Relay And Special Events In Relays At Columbus; Prof. Stewart Gives Lecture To Physics And...
'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;'
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
'Pep Banquet in Wells Hall Monday Night Opens Chest Annual Drive for $5,500; Two Thousand Year Old Play Booked for Artists Course; New Glee Club Men Selected; Band Has New Drum Majors; Administration Invites Dads'
Spanish War Will be Topic of Assembly; Next WLW Skit December 10; University's Fame Borne Far by Birds From Fisher Hall; Sports Keep Pianist Iturbi in Top Shape; The Miami Student Receives Invitation to OCNA Meeting
'First Semester Courses to be Offered Second Term, Registrar States; Educational Health Movie to be Given; Group to Give 'Lorna Doone'; Dean H.C. Dale Talks at First News Program; Music Department to Present Recital'
Don Bestor to Play for Prom; Dr. H. White Emphasizes Need of Reorganization of Government at Forum; Fraternities Announce 59 New Pledges; Dr. Harold Phillips to Conduct Forum on Religious Topic; Fall 60 Piece Band to Play for Games
United Press Membership Obtained by the Miami Student for this Year; Frosh Women's President for May Day to be Elected; C.A. Mills to Give Illustrated Lecture at Forum Tonight; Two Students to Give News Forum Sunday; Independent Dance to Have...
'Galbraith, Blaisdell Speak on All-Student Program at News Comment Series; United Press Agency Covers World for University Paper; Mortar Board to Honor 20; Quake Shocks Shake Oxford; Ted Shawn, Paralysis Victim, Now Marvel of Coordination'
'YM Cabinet Selects Eight Committees; Four Children Added to May Queens Court; Dr. Willis K. Jones to be Conference Speaker May 7, 8; Red Norvo Tells Interviewer Collegians Appreciate Swing; Ohio Weslyan Senior Missing'
Staff Chosen to Edit First Green Quill Issue; SAE Cornerstone Placed at Homecoming Ceremonies; Duke Postpones Tour of America; Religious Organizations Plan Three Programs Observing Armistice Day; Ballot Proves Labor Weak in Politics
'Independent Council Names Committees; Norman Cory Ignores Politics in Naming Ball Committees; ODK Changes Point Basis for Eligibility; Salzburg Opera Guild to Present Second Artists Series Program; Old Graduate Recalls Horse in Old Main, Geese in...
Nancy Thielson Fisher to Give Musical Recital; Dr. Philip H. Lohman Writes Two Articles for Current Magazines; Virginia Waldo Chosen by AAUW to Receive Award for Scholarship; Brubaker Wins Fisk Contest At Assembly; Revision of Deferred Rushing...
All Voters In Elections Tuesday Must Have Activity Books; Dr. Agard Speaks To Archaeologists; New Courses To Be Included In Summer School Curricula; Ridermen Open Cinder Season Here With Bishopmen Tomorrow; McDade Elected Trive Miami Prexy
'To Show Colored Movies; Fewer Blue Books, Scratch Pads! Paper Shortage Reported By OPM; University Professors Begin Defense Courses in Dayton; Byrd Expedition Begins Work at Local Office; CPT Program To Be Revised at Semester;'
Gordon's Band Signed to Play at Miami Triad; Schaeffer to Conduct Own Score; Towers Play Cast Chosen by Miss Flood; Bill Foote Elected; Miami Trackmen to Run at Iowa at Drake Relays; Dr. Lionel Marks to Give Lecture
'Alderman Approves Volunteers; Undersecretary Appleby To Head Panel Discussion; Wickenden Discusses Moral, Spiritual Side Of Marriage; Rabbi J.G. Heller Talks At Vespers; Ray Palaia Sees Miami As Airman'
'Dr. Evans Succumbs Suddenly; President Discusses Landmarks of Campus; Sorority Rushing Activities Close; H.N. Abegglen Assigns Roles for First Play; Eligibles to Take Qualifying Exams for A-12 , V-12 Units'
'Rally to Spark Bond Campaign; Fraternities Hound Rushees for Planting; Concert Groups to Present Weekend Musical Programs; Alls Well at Towers Theatre Friday, Saturday; Hop Queen Candidates Announced'
Madrigal to Present Musicale; Negotiations for Additional Dorms Opened; Campus Poll to Determine YW Program; Nine Whips Into Shape for Approaching Clash; Redskin Trackmen Garner Four Straight Championships in Buckeye Conference
Tribe Miami Elects Mary Ellen Riley New Club Sponsor; Liberal Arts-Alethenai Opens Literary Contest; Phi Bete Announces 43 New Members; Assembly to Clarify NSA Issue; Students to Discuss Revision of Car Rules
'Redskin Gridders to Meet Mighty Panthers at Pitt Stadium Tomorrow; Freshman Class to Elect Council Members Nov. 1; Ticket Sale for Dance to Begin; School, Church to Sponsor Mead Recital; Varsity to Feature Clarks Orchestra'
University Marks Anniversary of Founding 142 Years Ago; S-FC Favors Ratio Change of Members; MUT Play Rehearsals Underway; Prom to Cast Spell of Black Magic in Withrow; Leadership Group Taps Malphrus; Production of GBS Play Planned for March 12
S-FC Okays Suggestions for Betterment of YM; Women Must Pay Deposits by April 12; ODK to Distribute Application Blanks; Phi Beta Kappa Plans Initiation with Speaker; Chairmen Named for Senior Ball Assistants Listed
Candidates to Begin All-Campus Election Campaigns Monday; Blood Donors to Receive Show Tickets; Room Drawing for Women to Commence; Originality, Freshness Prevail Over Technically Thin Dance; May Day Ticket Sale to Begin
Armed Forces Day Celebration Tonight to Feature Queens; Men to Draw for Summer School Rooms; Air Force Rifle Team Places 56th in National Contest; Disciplinary Board Convicts Three Violators; Freshmen to Register Next Week; Funeral Held Wednesday...