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The Cecil Rhodes Scholarships; The University Senate; Hon. Elam Fisher; The Ohio State Normal Colleges of Miami University; University of Nebraska's Question; University Notes; University Service; The Day of Prayer for Colleges; Oratorical Contest;...
'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'
Nine Times Over the Top is Topic of Sergeant Gordon's War Lecture; Rumors of Shortage in Coal are False; Two Miami Professors are Offered Responsible Positions in Paris YM Work; Severe Snowstorm Cannot Stop Final Miami Dress Parade; Organ Recital...
'Estelle Gray-Lhevinne Receives Enthusiastic Ovation at First Lyceum Concert of Season; Five Cross Country Men Injured in Auto Crash on Granville Course Saturday, Percy MacKaye Publishes Book; Dr. J.W. Wilce Will Speak at Annual ''M'' Banquet...
'James Baker Elected To Lead Y.M.C.A. During Spring And Coming Year; Lynn Baker Returns To Miami Wednesday; Campus Owls To Be Official Arts And Craft Guild European Band; Miami Forensic Tilt With Philippine Men To Take Place In April, Denison...
Dr. Reed Speaks At Sociology Meeting; Crash Investigation Seeks Definite Ends; Story Of Mid-Year Comedy Built Around Possession Of Jewel; Dr. Todd To Speak In Sunday Vespers; Prof. Smith To Teach In Univ. Of Wisconsin
Dean Hamilton in Arizona; Residents Petition to Rename Race Street; Language Convention Honors H. J. Russell; Doctor of Philosophy Degree Conferred on Professor Wickenden; Dean Warns Alumnae of The Danger Years; Dr. Bain to Discuss Future of...
'Liberals Again Triumph At Polls Yesterday; On Wet Stand, Convention Names Roosevelt, White; ''Mine Operators Sell Low To Keep Running'', Cawthorne Explains; Fourteen Men Named in Blue Key Honorary; Mammoth Remains Finally Purchased;'
Criterion to Feature Phillips' Autobiography; School Spirit Defined by Students; Reds Lose as Berens Score in Overtime; Annual Geological Field Trip to Extend into Old Mexico and the Southwest; Miami Host to Butler Tourney
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
Foundation' Solves Problems of World-Wide Importance; College Education Influences Student Reaction To Negro; Threatened Break In Buckeye League Fails To Materialize; Seventeen Hundred Hear Handel's 'The Messiah' Given By Choral Union;
'Mordkin Ballet to Perform Here Oct. 26; Heads of Women's Clubs to Meet on Wednesday; Dora Lyon to Present Music Recital Tonight in Benton Auditorium; Dance Band, Team Awards Head Assembly; ODK to Check Homecoming Decorations'
'To the Polls this Very Day Trooped the Freshman Class to Help Lady Fortune Cast; A Rocket Flashing Across McGuffey Gym Saturday Eve; Before an Awe-Struck Crowd Last Night in Benton Hall Miss Edna St. Vincent Millay, Temperamental, New England...
Rodney Claims His Friends Were Duped; All-American Rating Given 'The Student'; Noted Tenor To Present Song Program; Redskin Netmen Blank Invading Dayton Flyers Easily Here Saturday; J.C. Pillion To Give Talk On Insurance
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
'1939 Madrigal Club Makes Singing Tour; Reporters Break Precedent By Not Interviewing Berigan; Nurse, Doctor to Address Vocation Clinic; Men's Group to Broadcast Triad Program; Survey Shows Chicle Champers Chew to Relax'
Delta Tau Delta Wins First Place In Fraternity Sing on Library Steps Saturday; W. House Appointed Editor of Publications; Modification Plan Accepted By 14 Ohio High Schools; University's Large Building Program Advances Steadily
'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;'
'Resignation Of Head Football, Baseball Mentor Frank Wilton Handed To Director Of Athletics; European Authority To Speak; Miss Dora Lyon To Present Vocal Recital January 9; University To Protest NYA Slash'
'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'
'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'
'Last Contingent of Waves to Arrive Monday; Stewart Urges Interest in Politics, Government; Russian Choir to Emphasize Native Songs; YWCA to Open Four-Day Drive for Members; Traditional Homecoming Plans Laid'
New Political Party Enters Election Race; Wellesley College Gives Scholarship; Miami District High School Tests Renewed; Council Completes Plans for Picnic; Council Vetoes Proposed Student Representation