Fraternities Must Rely On Seniors; College Women Of The World To Meet; Norman Angell To Speak To Students; Cincinnati Girls Glee Club Friday; Miami To Meet Cincinnati Bearcats In Final Basketball Contests Of Year
'Captain Noel to Lecture on Mt. Everest Expedition as Second Lyceum Number; Dr. Upham Addresses Miami Men of Cincy at Annual Meeting; George Huff, Univ. of Illinois Athletic Director, Honored Guest at 1928 ''M'' Banquet; Big Red Wins Yearly Turkey...
'Pledging of 122 Freshmen Announced by Fraternities After Three Days Rushing; Flip, Twirl Puts University in Whirl, Yo-Yo Fad Returns; C.H. Handschin Issues Bulletin for Teachers; Physics Alumni Write Papers for Magazine; First Frosh Plays to be...
'Program of French Folk Tales, Old English Ballads to be Given at Assembly; Freshman to Give Two Plays Tonight; News Forums to Begin Again January 10; Senior Orchesis to Give Creative Dance Tonight; Broadcasters to Offer Epic'
'Cabinet Head Choose Noggle, White To Lead Teams In 1940 University Chest Fund Drive; Dean J.W. Clokey Arranges Series Of Local Concerts; Ruth Hughey Given Lead In Fall Play; Ches Wahle Signed For First Varsity; Dr. Patton To Give Freshman Lecture;...
'Extra Physical Ed Credits Required; YW, Women's League Elect New Presidents; Bill to Legalize Women's Fighting Unit Passes House; President Roosevelt Declares Enthusiasm, Not Legislation, Will Win War; College Students Eligible to Enter U.S. Naval...
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
Hoel Voted Chairman of Richard; Plans Now in Progress for New Student Center; Vogue Opens 19th Contest For Women; 260 Swell Education Enrollment; Upperclassmen to Continue Fall Rushing; Kent Freshman Girl Bites Boy; Hiram Struck by Flu Epidemic
Tornado Tears Down Oxford Trees; Nationwide Storms Cause 13 Deaths; Prof. Vail to Speak at Lecture Series; Laboratory Investigates Populations; Oxford Press Receives Third Silver Plaque; Room to Improve, Are We Cheating Future Teachers; White to...
Times Change Since Symmes Puts Land Aside for Oxford; ODK Carnival Spirit to Invade Campus; Nasser Defies UN Rule, Attempts Control of Gaza; Born Yesterday Tryouts Begin; Barron Lists Honor Students; Farrell to Appear in Artist Series
ODK Carnival to Provide Entertainment; Americans Need to Learn About Near East of Today; Frosh Dorm Chairmen Pick Heads; Semester Exams to Begin May 23; Scripps Foundation Explores Migratory Population Problem
Miami U. Swimmer Realizes Gold Medal Dream; Millet Warns Against Slack as Enrollment Hits New Peak; Ray was Sure Mulliken would Win Gold Medal; New Miami Replaces Old; Frosh in First Drills as Cozza Looks for Future Redskin Great
Nixon, Kennedy Face Nation in Third Debate; Herberg to Lecture in Laws; Khrushchev Dominates UN Debates; Dean Conducts Pre-Law Classes; S. Berman to Appear in Cincinnati Sunday; Dr. Kaufman Opens Series to MIA Group
Res Night, Big Shows at Center; Club Chance and Dance to Include Show, Prizes; Harriers Try to Even Record at E. Michigan; Frosh Football Team Hosts OU; Royals Seek .500 Season, Embry, Big O Add Strength
Author Analyses Short Story Path; Students to Petition; Marlin Club Presents Annual Water Show; Seminar to End Series; Recensio Names New Staff Members; Students Conduct Population Study Under Direction of Prof Lewis
University Recognizes Most Outstanding Students; Space Conquest is Best News Story; Policy on Cheating; Mens Glee Club to Present Pop Concert of Show Tunes; Student Directed One Acts Provide Fun, Satire, Reality
Miami Graduate Becomes Schools Second Provost; WMUB Wins Honor as NET Television Pioneer; Hammond Finances Foundation; Governor, Cabinet Hold Press Conference at MU; Warfel Follows Hinds as Dean of Women
Mens Glee Club Program Shows Variety in Song Fest; Cuban-American Pianist Plays For Artist Series; Talks Begin On Cuban Arms Issue; Doughnuts Nice Ending For Classroom Calamity; Quaker Workshops Help Students To Escape Rigors of Campus Life
Former Faculty Member Selected Business Dean; UAR Head Announces Unification; Placement Bureau Aids Job-Seeking Students; Painting Show Honors Retiring Art Professor; Tradition Marks Religious Week; Balkan-Soviet Relations Discussed by History...
IFC Elects Breaux President, Interfraternity Spirit Stressed; Religion Conference Delegates Convene, Explore Viewpoints; Students Aid Security in Switchboard Traffic; Class Officer Finalists Give Aims; Candidates for Student Senate