A Leaf From History; Extract; Origin Of Illustrious Men; Personals; Ourselves; Exchanges; The Phi's Among Themselves; Literary Exercises; Greek Brigands; The Other Side; Young Men's Christian Association; Announcements; Local Items
Student Misbehavior; Book Published by Henry Hold and Company; C.R. Rankin; Baseball Team; The Western Christian Advocate; Prolegomena to a Science of Religions; Western Female Seminary; Teachers Association
Need for a Gymnasium; Recent Revival in Oxford; The Glee Club of Yale; Notes from the Letters of Prof. Ebeling to Dr. Thompson; Louis Agassiz; The Cincinnati Banquet; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. Notes; Local; Negari Non Potest; Alumni;...
Commencement; Field Day Exercises; Dr. J.S. Billings; The Annual Walk-Around; Athens Letter; How Tom Kept Bachelors Hall; The Western; Beta Theta Pi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Local; Intercollegiate; Exchange
Miami Clashes with Butler Tomorrow Night in Auditorium; Liberal Arts Club Admitted Into General Federation of Women's Clubs; Glee Club Entertained by Crowned Heads of Europe; Famous Hindu Fakir Entertains Miami People
Koffka to Talk on Problem of Learning Today; Third Congress of Student Federation to be Held in West; Radio to Have Place in Instruction Here; Dr. Ernst Sackh Pleads for Peace in Address to Miami Student Body; Pictures to Hang in Dormitories and...
'Gov. White Appoints Dean Kratt State Choral Head; Newspaper Man Speaks At Banquet; Designs Drawn By Students Of Architecture As Experiment To Install Competitive Design; Burns, Poet, Depicts War; 'Nationalists' Bar Progress;'
'Major Part Of '36 Class Now Placed; McIntyre's Syndicate Column To Run In The Miami Student; Highest Award Granted To 17 Deans Report; Artists Course Committee Signs Famed Hugh Walpole, Josef Iturbi Richard Crooks For Series Here'
Cameramen on Job as Colorful Brigade of 1941 Moves Into Oxford; Twenty-Two New Members in University Faculty Staff for 1937-38 School Year; New Freshman Women Attend Annual Mixer; Entertainment Given for New Men at Mixer; College Heads Explain...
Nation-Wide Views Sought by War Poll; U.S. Navy Band to Perform Here Tonight; Cups Awarded for Scholastic Achievement; Dream Home is Co-eds Joy as She Lives Wife's Routine; S-F Group Devises Plan to Remedy Cheating Problem; Women Crash Men's...
'Scholarship Cups Awarded To Fraternities, Sororities; Chest Leaders Peterson, Strimple, Cordes Set Goal Of $6,850, Later Date For Drive; McDade President Of Pi Tau; Edman Scheduled To Deliver Second Of Lecture Series; Yerkes, Young Star In Phi Tau...
'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;'
University To Develop Defense Forum Groups; Graduates Find Defense Work; Teaching Requirements Modified For Duration; Speech Instructor To Rejoin Army; Naval Reserve Service Open to Students; Civil Service Positions Open to Dietitians; Mr. S.O....
'Teacher, Former Students Reported Victims Of War; Albers, Pease Win Phi Beta Award; Prof. S. A. Switzer Appointed Captain; J. K. Dill Promoted; Van Voorhis To Arrange Fall Softball Intramurals Monday'
'Miami Volunteer Corps To Begin Active Training; Professors Introduce Bond Drive; Recommendations Made By Council; Cooper vs. Bonham Duel Seen As Cards, Yanks Open Series; Former Redskin Star, Jack Meier, Plays For Pylons'
'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'
'Campus Treasure to Fall Under Gavel of Auctioneer at Red Cross Benefit; L. A. College Named Arts, Science Division, Scope Widened for Flexibility; Five Million Dollar Post War Expansion Program Features Union Building, Dormitories'
'Miss Hamilton Plans Retirement as Dean; Frie Receives WAA Leader, Service Award; Western Michigan's Track Crown Shattered by Rampaging Redskins; V-12 YM Schedules Final Ball; Naval Officers to Commence V-12 Transition'
'Ruml to Address 221 Graduates Tomorrow; Mrs. Thomson Resigns Post, Henderson to Head Western; Prof. W.K. Jones to Head Spanish Classes in Europe; Air Force Captain J.W. Gee Tells of V-E Day London Style'
Jane Lothian Proves Short Girls Can Win; Dr. Whelpton to Visit Japan for US Army; Carolyn Edwards Named Next President of YWCA; Revision Planned by Hinkle; Professor Phillips Attends Funeral of Noted Father
University Purchases Microscope; Women's League Announces House Chairman Appointments for Freshman Residence Halls; Sophomores Allowed Class Cuts for Tests; Ms. Pahk Urges Cooperation in War Against Communism;
Men's Counseling Program Trimmed In Economy Move; I-F Sing To Open Mothers Day Weekend Programs Saturday; Speaker To Talk On India; Sig Eps Take Honors In Annual Tug-O-War; Faculty Seminar To Hold Final Meeting On Russia
'Lausche to Speak in Benton Tomorrow; Political Expert to Appear at Assembly; Spotlight Beams on Proud Papas Over Weekend, Stanton Tranquility Disrupted by Men on First; Elected Couple to Reign as King, Queen of Hop; Melodrama Aspirants to...
'Final Ballot Count Results in All-Male Freshman Council; Productions Announced by Towers; Retired Professor Burton T. French to Talk in Benton; Pep Rally to Rouse Game Spirit; Turkey, Cincy Days Combined to Begin Traditional Migration'
'SRC Christmas Vesper Services to Include A-Cappella Singers; Cast Named for March Production; Presbyterians to Present Back Cantata; Breen Announces Annapolis Tests; Mid-Year Graduation Date Set; S-F Council Reviews Proposed Rule Change, Chest...
Raise in Board Fee for Next Semester Under Consideration; Academic Draft Law Liberalized; Tickets on Sale for Marriage Lecture Series; Hahne to Speak at First Assembly of Next Semester; Tribe Five Faces Top Opposition
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