Spencer Shoots East Hall Prowler; Second Freshman Party Enters Election Contest; Kickoff Banquet Begins Chest Campaign to Meet 1946 Goal; AMI to Celebrate Sadie Hawkins Day with Dance; Withrow Men to Begin Move
'S-FC to Furnish Busses for Game, Budget Approved;Traubel Featured in Time; Glenn Gross Granted Leave for Musical; B-O to Run Vacation Special; Special Holiday Busses to Run to Middletown; Withrowites Start Migration to Lodges; Oxford Residents...
Plans for New Building Reach Drawing Board; Program Planned to Aid Research; Rights Debate Drags On, Major Bills Blocked; Miamian Discusses Atlanta Adventure; President to Review ROTCs, Glee Club Leads Sing Along;Bids Opened for Upham Wing, Supreme...
New Fall Greek Week Goes Athletic, Derby Day Opens Week Day Earlier; India, Pakistan Uphold Cease Fire Requested by U.N. Security Council; Pianist Peter Nero Gives Classicals a Jazz Beat; Detailed Taste Tests Determine Varied Menus for Dining Halls
Basie, Warwick Highlight Concert Board Schedule; Eleven Organizational Members Meet To Decide Their Own Voting Rights; Guidebook Future Still Uncertain; Trimester Evaluation Committee Stymied by Quarters Possibility; Sorority Rush Season Ends,...
Trustees Vote May Integrate Senior Senate; Shriver Receives Participation and Education Reports; University Cut Short on State Aid; MU Enrollment Fall Quarter Sets Record; Student Senate Seeking Energetic Candidates; Construction To Be Widespread...
Full Weekend Planned for Moms and Dads; Senate Votes Unanimously For ROTC Examination; VOD To Debate U.S. Priorities After Vietnam; Blue Ribbon Report Omits Residence Hall Policies; Do Clues to Beatles Mystery Death Lie Buried in Lyrics
Nixon Pledges Continuation of Vietnam War Policy; Senate Football Programs Confiscated by Security; School Millage, Liquor Options To Be Decided By Vote Today; Simulation Details World Crisis; Student Barring by Faculty Council Results in Walkout...
LA Remains Neutral on Liquor Options; Beer Ban Reduces East End Revenue $6000; Fonda, Hayden Stress Corporate Accountability; Community Leaders Question Liquor Advantages; Jones Struggling Down Long Road to Recovery
Alumnus Named Coach; Peace Commission Plans to Ignore KKK March; Automatic Teller Machines Resurface in the Res; School Board Discusses Classroom Crowding; Oxford Crisis Center to Offer County-Wide Rape Counseling
Pearson Enacts Hiring Freeze Due to Expected Subsidy Cuts; Professor Emeritus Recalls Pearl Harbor Bombing; City Council Approves Solid Waste Program; Fact- AIDS Is Spreading Faster Among Women Thank Men
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