Valedictory; Commencement; Class Day; Oratorical Contest; Alumni Day; Graduation Exercises of the Erodelphian Society; Fraternity News and Notes; First Annual Meeting of the Miami University Athletic Club; Locals; Erodelphian Hall; Alumni Notes
Frank Hannaford to Edit Miami Student; Rex Elected to Senate Presidency; Vera Bevington to Study in France; Dr. C.E. Carter Writes on Historical Topic; Judge Elam Fisher called by Death; Louise Stevenson Leads Girl's Student Council
'Elder Elected President of Student Forum Friday; Robert Young Appointed Editor of Miami Student; Sharkey Ties World Mark in Hundred; Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, and Cincinnati Defeated as Miami Nine Grabs B.A.A. Title; Announce Eight New Professors...
'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...
Class Council Plan Referred to Students; Seven Sororities to Sing in Annual Contest April 19; Ball Tickets to Go on Sale in Benton Hall; Parties Name New Officers for Campaign; Former Student Dead After Canoe Overturns in Great Miami River;...
Entire Slate of New Party Wins Election; S-F Council Gains Chance for Reform; Betas To Invade Oxford For Centennial; Teachers to Hold Annual Conference at Oxford College; Wilbur Suggests N.F. of A.A.C. As Cure for Campus Politics
'Professor Hoffman Dies Of Flu; Edman To Deliver Lecture Thursday; Dell Parker To Be Songstress With Astor At Pan-Hell Dance; Study Lectures End With Address By Prof. Russell; Kessler Twirls One-Hitter As Flashes Defeat Zombies; Polar Shipmates,...
Columnists Traces Development of International Crises from Munich to Melbourne; University to Continue Emergency Courses in Regular Curriculum; Pre-Induction Training Given in War Emergency Courses; Federal Jobs Open to Seniors; Air Raid...
Council Approves New Regulations; Complete Cabinet Named by Elliot; R.G. Hood to Talk; Triad Dance to be Held Saturday in Herron; Jean Bishop Heads State Association of Home Ec Club; Lionel S. Marks Speaks on Power
'Student-Faculty Council Debates Conservation; Hambleton Appointed Chairman; China In Wartime To Be Discussed By Paul Wiant; Thinclads Report To Coach Rider, Freshman Eligible; Toby, Foreseeing Card Victory, To Visit St. Louis In Full Regalia'
'Seniors Chosen For Who's Who; Fels, Clay, Summers On 'M' -Book; AMI Dance To Feature War Motif; Swisher Lectures; Holderman To Play For Next Varsity; Louis Fisher, War Correspondent To Discuss War And Asia Tuesday'
'Senator Burton to Lecture on Post-War Foreign Affairs; Wilkie Invited to Address Mock Republican Convention; S-FC Tabulates Student Views; Gorey Appointed to Institute Past; Posture Queen Karstaedt Upholds Contest Title for Second Year; Egyptian,...
Freshman Council Election Date Set; Pop Concert to Spotlight Two Soloists; Seventeen Seniors Chosen Candidates for Who's Who; Dollars for Destiny to Assist Unfortunate Fellow Students Embittered by Global War
'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'
Excitement Absent as Students Visit Polls; Cosmopolitan Club Initiates 30 New Members Saturday; All-Campus Drive to Spur Europe's Food Collection; Cellarius Examines Sites for Dorms; May 1 Breakfast Plans Completed
'Vets Make Plans For First Reunion Alumni Day, June 1; Bongartz Elected to CIC Presidency; Evelyn Borcherding to Reign at Meet; Seniors Donate Funds to Union, Elect Secretary; Fraternity Sing Program Announced'
'Chairman State Need of Campus Aid to Reach Goal; The Male Animal to Open Friday; Fraternities Pledge 132 Men Saturday; James Released to Custody of Police, Disciplinary Board Makes Statement; Beauty Queens for Recensio Nominated'
'Rea, Clark to Head 1947-48 Publications; Wickenden Announces Assemblies; Editor Speaks to Journalism Class Tuesday; Frosh Class to Publish Newspaper; Sophomores to Live in Lodges to Aid Freshman Acclimation'
'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'
'Special Train Tickets Put on Sale in Benton; Restaurants Feature Joe Reichman Trio Records this Week; Crosby Ses Final Date for Exam; Mowrey, Fruth Name Subcommittee Chairmen; Liberty Foils Communist Schemes in Germany, Says Paul Watkins'
University to Shorten Classes on Saturday; Miss Graham to Present Dance Concert; Madrigal Chorus Renders Christmas Songs Effectively; Wright Brothers Heirs Donate Wind Tunnel for Experiments Here; Abegglen Announces Play Cast
'Brickels Replaces Retiring Foster as Basketball Coach; Carol Clark to Head W A A for Coming Year; Alpha Phi Omega Chapter Initiates President Hahne; Take Last Chance, Contribute; Greek Orphan Adopted by Panhellenic Association'
'ODK Taps Nine Men at Sophomore Hop; S-FC to Start Action on NSA, Book Store; Penalties Established by Court; YM to Hold Roller Skate Part in Hamilton Friday; Couple Robbed at Gun Point Friday Night; Cwen Members to Sell Corsages for Homecoming'
Phone Rate Increase Requested; Hal McIntyre Signs Contract to Appear at Junior Prom; Fisk Entrants to Compete in Eliminations; Prof. L. B. Holland Elected President of Archaeologists; Lansaw Nets Winning Basket to Lead Tribe to Inspired Triumph;...
'Plans for Housing of Dads by Stanton Women Completed; Sorority Bids Issued Today to Rushees; WAA Members to Sponsor Party Friday at Cabin; Play Cast Picked, Rehearsals Begin; Price Set on Tickets for Hop'
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
'Montgomery Chosen to Reign At Weekend Dad's Day Affairs; Book Closed on Homecoming Eve Shooting- Damage Pictures, Bullets' Path Shown; Radio News Announced by Brush; Pont Heads Tribesmen in Scoring, Yardage; Papooses Seek Second Victory'
Bring on the Bird, Ma, That Vacation Has Come at Last; PiKA to Hold Cincy-Miami Rally Tuesday; Students Donate 285 Pints of Blood; Total of 803 Apply for June Commencement; Orchestra to Present First Program Tonight