Coach Pittser Turns In Resignation; Dr. Evans to Relate Sciences to Life; G. Locher Exhibits Recording Machine; Labor Party Leader of England to Speak at Vespers Sunday; Mrs. Havighurst Reads Own Poetry;
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
Sororities to Initiate 92 Upperclass Women; Gain of Eight Over Last Year; News Meeting is Attended by 300 Students; Donor of Guest House Visitor Here; Yellowed Pages of Century Old Journal Disclose the Ambitions of Miami Alumnus
Dr. R.W. Bishop to Talk on Values of Activities at Meeting of YMCA; Dr. Sandage Gives Third Marriage Talk; Hamilton Judge Hears Indictment of H. O. Williams; Mr. J.W. Fichter Speaks; Mr. J. Olcutt Sanders to Talk to Peace Group; Mr. J.A. Russo...
'Army, Navy To Present Reserve Enlistment Plans; Philip C. Shera Saves Lives By Own Death; Grupe To Present Final Vocal Recital Sunday Afternoon; Former Miamian Dies In Air Crash; UC, Miami vie for Burkhardt Cup On May 30'
'Director Announces Play Cast, Terhune, Secor, Kelly Selected for Lead Rolls; University War Dead Total 45, Williams Latest Casualty, Koenig Listed Missing; Panel on Modern Role of Church to Climax Campus Mission Week;'
'Two Male Candidates Top Freshman Vote; Dean Announces New Major Units; Shakespearean Comedy Slated for Dec. 1-2; College Executive to Speak to YW; Budget Revised by S-FC; Thanksgiving Trot to Feature Owls, SWAC Floor Show'
'Light Ballot Elects 10 Members to S-FC; Student Radio Station WMU to Begin Campus Broadcasts Next September; Board Announces Student, Recensio Heads for 1946-47; Committee Begins Alumni Fund Drive for Student Union; University Orchestra to Play at...
Spencer Shoots East Hall Prowler; Second Freshman Party Enters Election Contest; Kickoff Banquet Begins Chest Campaign to Meet 1946 Goal; AMI to Celebrate Sadie Hawkins Day with Dance; Withrow Men to Begin Move
Theatre Plans Presentation of Henry V; Garrison Cottage Damaged by Fire; Robert Hillyer to Present Informal Talk; Prof. E. F. Patten Receives Duplicate Carnegie Medal; Fisk Contest Deadline Set by Director
'Babe in Woods to Reign Saturday at Interfraternity; Jack Kistler Named New Radio Head; S-FC to Appoint Board, Committee Members Tonight; Alumni Day Scheduled for June 5; Drawings for Summer Rooms Set'
'Howard Higgins to Give Demonstration Lecture at Assembly Thursday; Edmonds, Batt to Head May Day Ceremonies; English Honorary to Sponsor Annual Literary Contest; T. V. Smith Discusses Levels of Human Adjustments, Offers Key to Problems'
Important Draft Rule Explained; Colorful Blooms Now Grace Formal Gardens; Poet Robert Frost to Appear Monday at Withrow Court; YM Secretary Position Filled by Ditmeyer; Walls Leaves Campus- Rohr Seeks New Pivot
Missing Youth Baffles Police; Clues Lacking; Classes to Decide Officers, S-FC Positions Tomorrow; Women's League Sets 'Penny Night' To Aid CCFS Fund; Spring Styles Take Feminine Fancy for '53; New Miami Party Chairman Disputes Value of Editorial;...
New Proposal for Campus Politics to Include Class Representatives; University Sued by US for Old Bill; Mead to Talk at Annual June Commencement; Jones, Drake Place First, Second to Pace Miami in Drake Relays
Students to Commence Preregistration for Second Semester After Vacation; Cut Rule in Effect, APhiO Emphasizes Necessity of Tags; Alpha Delts Announce Sing Theme; Mailmen Help Service Clubs to Play Santa
Dean Announces Counselors For Mens Residence Halls; Pres. Millett to Honor Senior Woman, Man; Statesman to Deliver Address; Botany Dept. Displays 365-Year Old Fir Tree; Construction on New Dam Nears Finale;
AWS Selects Officers, OKs Representation Bill; Julliards Combine Talents in Presentation of Classics; Bests Speech Stresses U.S. Security Policies; Records Fall in MAC Championship; Hirst Receives Wilson Award; Buck Reports Findings in Mathematics...
Hagen to Lecture On Social Changes; Television Star Speaks On Radio-TV Careers; Uneasy Truce Prevails, Federal Troops Stand-by; Artists Series to Present Cleveland Brass Ensemble; ROTC Units March, Receive Medals, Awards
Drivers Strike May Idle Ohio Bus Over Vacation- Plans for Special Train into Oxford Overruled; Violin Virtuoso Isaac Stern Performs at Artists Series; Centennial Recalls Lincolns Address; Schramm Wins in Harrier Defeat
Trimesters Must Go, Says Shriver, Recommends Quarters; Ousted Prof Challenges Dismissal Procedures; Option for No Credit Plan Ignored; STUDENT Resumes Twice-Weekly Schedule Mellinger, Sirak, Ritchey, Bolster Staff; Hike in Bus Fare Sparks Colombian...
Former Illinois Senator Paul Douglas May Speak on U.S. Foreign Policy; Enrollment of Foreign Students Tops 90 Mark; Fund Set Up for MU Grad; World Affairs Group Holds Security Council Facsimile; Traveling Trio Promotes Miami's Interest in Overseas...
Moratorium Off to Peaceful Start in Capitol; Fall Freshmen Allowed To Run For Senate Seats; Greeks Seek Independent Support; BSAA Offers Variety On Weekend Bill; Four Arrested as Roth Hearing Postponed
Police Arrest 12 in Narcotics Raids; Four KSU Students Killed by Guard; OSU Calms as New Incidents Flare Up in Ohio; Restriction Proposal May Result in Abolishment of ROTC at OU; Battle Shaping on Suspension Rule; SCAR Preparing Complaint Report;...