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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 013, No. 02 (Nov., 1893)'

    • 'Vol. 13, No. 2'
    • 1893-11
    • '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,...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 025, No. 04 (Jan., 1906)'

    • 'Vol. 25, No. 4'
    • 1906-01
    • An Unfortunate Illustration; Sigma Xi; Dr. S.R. Williams Investigations; Class of 1854; An Interesting Herbarium; Lecture by Bliss Perry; Campus Paths Again; Intercollegiate Track Meet; New Honor System; University Notes; Normal Notes; Society...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 041, No. 06 (Oct. 26, 1916)'

    • 'Vol. 41, No. 6'
    • 1916-10-26
    • 'Prof. Magoffin Will Lecture Next Tuesday; Girls Show Spirit at Kenyon Game; Old System of Exercise Proves Unsatisfactory; Third Twilight Organ Recital Given Wednesday; M Men Banquet, Old Timers and Football Squad'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 041, No. 23 (Mar. 22, 1917)'

    • 'Vol. 41, no. 23'
    • 1917-03-22
    • Varsity Debate With Cincinnati Tomorrow Night; Hardigg Sexton Elected Captain; Phi Beta Kappa Will Give Prize Examinations; New Chapel is Dedicated by the Y.W.C.A.; April 26th Set for Girls' Issue; Colleges to Aid Catholic Church
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 043, No. 17 (Feb. 6, 1919)'

    • 'Vol. 43, No. 17'
    • 1919-02-06
    • Cabaret Stunt Makes Big Hit With Audience; Miami Wins And Loses On First Up-State Trip; Big Contest Will Decide Who's Who; Huge Men's Mixer to Follow Game; Mt. Union Quintet is Next Attraction on Home Schedule
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 21 (Mar. 19, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 21'
    • 1920-03-19
    • Famous Spanish Documents Given by Miami Man; Many Miami Men Succeed in the Paper Industry ; Miss Molyneaux Accepts Position at Illinois Normal; News of Interchurch World Movement; Immunity From Sin; College Deans Give Opinions About Rushing
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 22 (Mar. 26, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 22'
    • 1920-03-26
    • Prof. Lockwood Gives Lecture; Alpha Omicron Pi Dance; Phi Delts Entertain at Pan Hellenic Smoker; Psi Zeta Elects New Members; Goodyear Man Interviews Students; The Honor System Is It a Failure; Mary Cannon Chosen as Y.W.C.A. President
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 29 (May 12, 1922)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 29'
    • 1922-05-12
    • 'High School Tracksters Of Ohio, Indiana, And Kentucky Assembling At Oxford For Miami's Annual Inter-Scholastic Classic To Be Staged Here Tomorrow; Sociology Lecture Is Well Attended; Great Task Faces Europe's Diplomats;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 42 (Mar. 26, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 42 [Vol. 76, No. 42]'
    • 1927-03-26
    • 'Baseball Team to Open Schedule at Columbus April 4; Review of Biography, Dean Briggs, Written by Mr. Ralph L. Henry; Dean Minnich Gives Address Before Ohio Teachers Assembly; Senate Proceedings'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 053, No. 07 (Oct. 19, 1928)'

    • 'Vol. 53, No. 7'
    • 1928-10-19
    • 'Many Events Feature Homecoming; Chest Drive $1000 Short Of Goal At Count Thurs. Night; Lack Of Interest Causes Canceling Of Frosh Meeting; ''Chump'' Richardson Retired From Athletic Teams By Injured Leg; April Fool's Day Holds No Fears For Miami's...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 08 (Oct. 9, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 8'
    • 1942-10-09
    • Redskin Warriors Prepare For Kent State Game; Swarthout To Demonstrate New Idea In Concert Music; Town's First USO Clubroom To Hold Opening Tomorrow; Naval Training Station Gridders Journey To DePauw Tomorrow
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 25 (Apr. 12, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 25 [extra edition]'
    • 1945-04-12
    • 'Hope Johns Chooses Six Attendants for May Day; Realism Loses to Idealism in Conference; M. Brown, Latin American Expert, to Address Institute; EXTRA; Roosevelt Dies; Death Parallels Lincoln Tragedy; Hemorrhage Proves Fatal; Realism Loses to...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 28 (May 3, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 28'
    • 1945-05-03
    • 'Navy to Establish ROTC Unit Here; War Stamp, Bond Sales Top 610.10; Botanical Society Organizes National Office in Oxford; Miller, Nordsiek Win Top Awards; Thinclads Win Three First at Drake Relays'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 071, No. 05 (Oct. 18, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 5'
    • 1945-10-18
    • 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;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 35 (Feb. 21, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 35'
    • 1947-02-21
    • 'Othello to Open Thursday; Revised Health Service Policy Placed in Effect; Construction Begins on Recreation Center, Contractors to Complete Job by Sept. 16; Minor Flue Epidemic Hits Campus; S-FC to Hold Poll on Athletic Racial Problems March 5, 6'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 51 (May 13, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 51'
    • 1947-05-13
    • 'Federal Agent to Address Senior Men; Enrollment for Summer Sets Record; Charles Phelps Taft to Speak in Lecture Series Wednesday; Miami Student Wins Top State, National Honors; Army Reopens Air Program to Single Men'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 073, No. 10 (Oct. 21, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 10'
    • 1947-10-21
    • 'Reservation to Open Before Nov. 1; Students to Vote Thursday Evening for Queen, King; Committee Names Homecoming Candidates; Rea Announces Three Student Appointments; Chest Drive Chairmen Seek Slogan in Contest'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 074, No. 56 (May 20, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 74, No. 56'
    • 1949-05-20
    • Hahne to Give Talk at Acacia Banquet; Alumni to Give Financial Aid to Athletes; Segregated Pool Continues as Usual; Prof. Dora Lyon to Teach Voice in Washington; Tribe Sets Record in Downing Flyers
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 21 (Dec. 2, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 21'
    • 1949-12-02
    • Six Rare Shakespeare Items Added to University Library; New Edition of Red Cap Revue to Open Today with Case of Over 75 Freshman; Financial History of WAA Explained by Association; Conzelman Tells Grid Experience to Guests at All-Sports Banquet
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 076, No. 28 (Jan. 19, 1951)'

    • 'Vol. 76, No. 28'
    • 1951-01-19
    • Credit Possible for Students Withdrawing to Enter Service; Melville Authority to Speak Today; Film Group to Present Two Shows; Barclay to Appear in Senior Recital at Benton Sunday; Infernal Machine Proves Successful; Chairmen List Help for Prom
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 076, No. 29 (Jan. 23, 1951)'

    • 'Vol. 76, No. 29'
    • 1951-01-23
    • 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
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 076, No. 30 (Feb. 9, 1951)'

    • 'Vol. 76, No. 30'
    • 1951-02-09
    • Woody Herman Signed to Play at Junior Prom; Applicants Seek Posts in League; Disciplinary Board Expels Five Students; Sepeshy to Speak Tonight; S-FC Approves Amendments for Freshman Constitution
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 077, No. 10 (Oct. 19, 1951)'

    • 'Vol. 77, No. 10'
    • 1951-10-19
    • 'Hannon, Wilkinson to Rule Weekend; Shannon Discusses Principles for Political Party Government; Fraternities, Sororities Deem Oxford Excellent Site for Establishment of National Headquarters; Gordon Stars in Track- Heads Gym Department; Jay...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 077, No. 23 (Dec. 11, 1951)

    • Vol. 77, No. 23
    • 1951-12-11
    • Student to Sponsor Film, Talk on Safety; Semi-Finals of Speech Contest Set for Tonight; Cartography Class to Begin Next Semester; A APhiO Carol Sing Scheduled Monday; MUT to Stage Production of Greek Electra
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 077, No. 25 (Dec. 18, 1951)

    • Vol. 77, No. 25
    • 1951-12-18
    • Redskin Hardwooders Seek to Avenge Defeat by Toledo in MAC Tilt Tonight; Therapy Classes Added to Speech Curriculum; Baker Stresses Need for Control of College Sports; Students Involved in Tragic Accident; AFROTC to Enroll Limited Number; Fatal...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 078, No. 17 (Nov. 11, 1952)

    • Vol. 78, No. 17
    • 1952-11-11
    • Stan Kenton to Give Program Thursday Evening in Withrow; Freshment to Elect Council Tomorrow; Stuart Film, Lecture Set for Hughes; Campus YM, YW Service Projects Aid Vetville; Oxford Research Lab Probes TV Political Campaign Effects;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 078, No. 18 (Nov. 14, 1952)

    • Vol. 78, No. 18
    • 1952-11-14
    • Unbeaten Redskins to Meet UD in Last Home Game of Season; Record Freshman Vote Puts Forester in Office; Author Set for Artists Series Talk; Underground African Revolt Describes by Negro Singer;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 079, No. 06 (Oct. 2, 1953)

    • Vol. 79, No. 6
    • 1953-10-02
    • Fraternities to Commence Fall Rushing; S-FC Considers NSA Proposal at Initial Meeting Tuesday; Sororities Hold Fall Initiations, Annual Fetes; Gaskill Hall Houses Modern Industrial Arts Laboratories
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 080, No. 05 (Sept. 28, 1954)

    • Vol. 80, No. 5
    • 1954-09-28
    • Architecture Department Begins Curriculum on City Design, Application of Principles; Will Hauser, Band to Provide Music at Sophomore Hop; Halfback Ed Merchant Gunning for Third Varsity Monogram; Prof. William Shideler Observes Little Anti-US...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 080, No. 06 (Oct. 5, 1954)

    • Vol. 80, No. 6
    • 1954-10-05
    • Dr. F. Slutz to Address Assembly; Hauser Orchestra to Provide Music at Sophomore Hop; Ike Dedicates Present Week to Fire Safety; Rev. H. F. Gebhart to Fill Vacancy in Local Church
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 081, No. 25 (Jan. 6, 1956)

    • Vol. 81, No. 25
    • 1956-01-06
    • Seltzer to Speak at Commencement; W. Smith Predicts Success; Recensio Chooses Snyder as Queen; Hill, String Ensemble to Perform; Prof. Clemence to Interview Wednesday; Howell, Snider Name Chairmen for Jr. Prom; Ara Heads for NU, Pont Named New...

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