A Nature Expedition; The Centennial in 1909; Glimpses of South Africa; A Serious Mistake; Student Self-Government in 1824; The Otterbein Debate and the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Contest; Dr. Williams Recent Work; The Civic League
Best Ever was the Annual Concert by the Glee Club; State Oratorical Contest; Girls at Hepburn Hall Royally Entertain Their Friends Saturday Night; Senior Cast Witnesses 'As You Like It' by Sothern and Marlowe
Splendid Sermon Delivered by Dr. Henderson Last Sunday; The Herron Had Fine Time Saturday Night; Girls Team in Fine Condition to Trim Cedarville; Mid-Year Cast go to Cincinnati to Get Pointers on Playing; Miami Won First Game From Franklin
Eminent Astronomer Discloses Mysteries of the Heavens; Chronicle of the Wondering's of the Glee Club To and Fro in the Land; Song Recital by Mr. Clark Proves One of the Best Numbers of the Year; Twenty-Three Seniors Get the Faculty's Number in...
Debate was a Tie - Account of Home and Visiting Teams; Phi Beta Kappa Members are Selected - Installation in June; Girls Prom Held Saturday Night was Enjoyed by Many; Sociology; Senior Show; Convention of Y.W.C.A. at Indianapolis - Miami Delegates
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
Western College Holds Enthusiastic Class Day; Wittenberg to be Opposition of Big Reds Saturday; Sherwood Eddy will Speak in Series of Meetings on Campus; Miami Unites with Other Colleges to Honor Walter Camp; Varsity Book Exchange Operating at a...
Purchases of Lyceum Tickets Reach Total of Eight Hundred; Enrollment Now Exceeds Highest Previous Mark; New York Company Offers Award for Price Peace Plan; Sherwood Eddy Will be Leader of First Y. Discussion Group; Higgins Receives Challenge for...
'All-Miami Celebration Is Planned; Hughes, Ex Prexy, Meets With Hoover; Emergency Bill Aids Finances; Einstein-Has Crisis Plan; Dr. E. S. Todd Gives Speech; Colleges For Vote Change; Discrimination Charged at Ohio;'
Liberal Arts Test Change Is Proposed; Financial Crisis Passes As Nation's Banks Open; Depression Aid To Scholarship; First Student Council Planned In 1824; Prof Protects Birds on Private Estate Sanctuary;
'Dr. E.S. Todd Explains New State Survey; DeVotos Lecture Will Not Be Stereotyped, Almy Promises; New ODK Pledges, Hop King and Queen; Assembly Will Show Foreign Xmas Customs; Jepson Sings Before Record Audience'
'S-F Council Limits Political Expenses; Miami Day Plans Made; Even the Great American Art of Loafing is Hit by Mania for Organization - But its Fun; Krzycki Talks on Capitalist, Labor Problem; Jooss Ballet Performance to be Given Tonight'
'Library Receives Latest Novel by Dr. Havighurst; Fichter Given Appointment; Observatory to be Open to Students Tuesday; New Summer Courses Added; George Elias, Soldier, to Speak at Assembly; The Green Quill to be Distributed December 2; Dean...
Phi Beta Kappa to Initiate Group of 27 Tomorrow Night in Chapel of Oxford College; YMCA Heads Nominate Men for Offices; Impulse Leads to War; Mr. Sandefur to be Leader of Field Trip; Strickland Gillilan to Give Comedy Skits at Assembly
'Queen Bonnie Curpen, Fourteen New Mortar Boards, Twenty-Five Cwens Honored At May Day Celebration; Earlene Weeks, Soprano, To Present Voice Recital; Benny Carter, Sweethearts To Lead Triad; Mrs. J.W. Fichter Elected President; J.K. Wolfe Speaks...
'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,...
Faculty Chest General Names Team Members; Mortar Board to Hold First Frosh 'Coffee'; 'Dark Tower' Murder to Have Spooky Setting; Union Building Plans Discussed at Luncheon; Holderman to Play for Strut;
Woellhaf's Play To Be Presented; Bain Plans Marriage Lecture; Bob Chester Scheduled For Prom; Prof. Niswonger Secures OPA Job; Prof. E. G. Mead To Offer Recital; Changes Made In Faculty Membership; Civilian Squadron Interviews Women
'Dr. Popenoe to be Speaker at Assembly; Ken Brown Wins Fisk Contest; More War Discussions to be Given Next Week; Ray McKinley Wows Students in Unexpected Jam Session; College Students Should Continue Education, Gregor Ziemer Advises'
'Novelist To Talk Monday; Committee Revamps Bond Drive; Grissy Goes Glamorous, Gets Help At Women's League Dance; Duning Given Governmental Appointment; Arthur Debenarde Among War Dead; Faulkner To Speak; Capt. Wade Enters Officers Training'
'Orchestra, Gross to Present Next Pop Concert; Ohio Republican H.H. Burton to Talk at Benton March 5; Speech Teacher Dorothy Oliver Replaces Porter; Frou-Frou Favored by Female Fighters; Kessler Stars as Reds Suffer Second Defeat;'
'Review, Dance Mark Commissioning Day; Williams Elected YMCA President; Mai-Fan O'Callaghan Reigns as May Queen; Alber to Present Churchill Lecture; Col. J. R. Simpson, Prominent Businessman, Alumnus, Calls Guest House , Second Home,'