Literary Society Debate; Transformation of Miami University into a Preparatory School; Presidents of Ohio Universities Meet to Discuss Intercollegiate Athletics; The Venezuelan Situation; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Chi; Local;...
'Directors of Ohio Bureau Pass on Trade Union Acts; F.E.R.A. Group Studies Public Utility Rates; Student Sleuths Find New Murder Clue in Clock; More Formals on Campus, Some Say Yes, Some Say No; Findlay Students Will Have Dance'
'Vol. 58, No. 47 [supplement - part 1 and part 2]'
World Wide Unity Needed for Peace Says Howard; Bishop Jones Visits Campus Next Week; Nineteen are Initiated by Phi Beta Kappa; 'The Tavern' Will Feature Sound Effects; Triad to be Held Saturday in Herron Hall; Fourth Annual Student Loan Fund...
'Dean Minnich To Be Guest Of Teachers' Association; Fisk Contest Prize Won By Koscany; Two Professors To Present Talks At Atlantic City; Katherine Parker To Meet With YM, YW, Church Groups; McMillan To Conduct Ball Chorus'
'State Grants $30,000 Emergency Appropriation for Construction of University-Owned Airport; Herbert Saito to Teach Non-Credit Course in Japanese Next Semester; Members of Faculty to Leave; Campus Receives Weather , Kiosk,'
Unbeaten Redskins to Battle Ohio Bobcats; Naval Trainees Bring New Life to Miami's Wartime Athletic Teams; Council Plans Recision of 1928 Constitution; 144 Miamians Listed as Killed in Latest Report on War Dead;
'210 Women Pledged Tuesday as Sorority Rush Period Ends; Old Theater May Open on Demand; Mrs. H.E. Burton to Visit Campus; Helen Traubel Concert Date Postponed; Bus Trip to Athens Cancelled; Off-Campus Vet, Facing Operation, FIghts for Life; Mrs....
'Burning of OU Effigy, Prediction by Thobe to Highlight Celebration; Tribe to Meet Ohio U in Saturdays Battle; Annual Homecoming Day Festivities Recall Celebrations of Former Years; Bonfire to Initiate Homecoming; Cwen Plans Homecoming Corsage Sale'
Weekend Royalty to Preside Over Various Festivities; Student Poll Names All-time Miami Football Team; University Expands as Construction Program Continues; New Library Facilities Available to Students;
Campus Voices Opinions on Test Ban Ratification; Site for New Assembly Hall Relocated on Cook Field; Pope Paul Lists Aims of Church; Tylers 92 Yard Sprint Sets Redskin Record; Investigation of Plant Biochemistry Gains Science Foundation Award
Tri-County Stores Accept Student Bussing Proposal; David Bean Helps Secure NY Young Artists Series; DeGaulle Restates Anti-NATO Policy; Bogner Speaks on PEP Bill; Moore, Erisman Lead in Redskin Statistics
Butterfield, Lake, Solove Lead Freshman Elections; Early Admissions Begin at University Extensions; Middletown Campus Opening Next Fall; Freed Prisoner Gives Lecture; Bounya Epee's 3 Scores Spark Soccermen to Wilmington Win
University Studies Air-Cooling of Halls; English Department Revises Curriculum; Rhodesia Declares Secession; Miami Becomes First to Pioneer New Frontier in Business World; Committee Prepares Statement on Combined Degree Program
Preserving the past: 3D printer recovers artifacts; Women's hockey wins CCWHA championship; Ukrainian students keep watch on developments in Kiev from Oxford; Student entrepreneurs suit up for startup event; Not so kosher: Strict diets may present...
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