Apropos of Senior-Faculty Game; The Intercollegiate Debate; The Miami Museum; Lake Erie Student Conference; Reception for President Benton and Senator Huffman; Miami Dramatic Club; The Miami Student Minstrels; Awards in Song Contest; Athletic Meet...
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
'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;'
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
'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'
University to Shorten Classes on Saturday; Miss Graham to Present Dance Concert; Madrigal Chorus Renders Christmas Songs Effectively; Wright Brothers Heirs Donate Wind Tunnel for Experiments Here; Abegglen Announces Play Cast
'Montgomery Chosen to Reign At Weekend Dad's Day Affairs; Book Closed on Homecoming Eve Shooting- Damage Pictures, Bullets' Path Shown; Radio News Announced by Brush; Pont Heads Tribesmen in Scoring, Yardage; Papooses Seek Second Victory'
University Senate Passes Student Constitution; New Revenue Bill Proposes Tax Exemption for Students; White to Speak to Student Body on U.S. Airpower; Wade to Leave Geology Dept. for New Post; Officials Consider Prospective Site for Caution Light;...
Robert Frost to Appear in Benton Hall Monday; Boys Club Offers Part Time Work in Various Fields; IRC to Hold Tea to Honor Heads of Womens Halls; Students to Hear Mueller; Greek Groups to Hold Open Houses Sunday; Freshmen to Cast Ballots for Council...
E. Eaton to Deliver Address sponsored by Dimensions on Writing for Moderns;Al Cobine's Jazz Octect to Play for ODK Carnival Tomorrow;CBC,Opera To Sponsor Aria Tryout;Havighurst To Write Book For University;Town Names
C. Wassenich As Police Chief;...
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
Student Senate Considers By-Laws, Amendments; Gilmore Discusses Disarmament at International Studies Lecture; Castro Imprisoned Reporter Addresses IFC Audience; National Award Given for Personal Library; FBI Agents Discuss Communisms Goals;
Congressmen To Speak At GOP Mock Convention; Vietnamese Reestablish Laos Bond; Symposium Explores Place Of University In Fine Arts; Senate Sells Bus Tickets For Home-Bound Miamians; Home Economics Majors Occupy Hanna House
Apartments Open for Parties Provided Three Couples Attend; Phones Offer Quick Contact; Curfew Times For Women Moved Back; Preferential Parties Finish Formal Rushing; Summer Graduates Hear Anthony Celebrezze Urge Total Involvement in World Affairs
Student Senators Elected to Seats, Voter Turnout Reaches 38 Percent; Steytler Found Guilty, Sentenced Indefinitely; Kitchen is Problem Off-Campus; Inter-Racial Conference Meets; White Racism Causing Problems, Cheap Aristocracy Builds Scapegoat
Deans' Offices Plan Consolidation; Trustees Authorize Gynecological Services Through Health Center; University Senate Emerges as Focal Point; Leaky Roofs, Rotting Floors; Civil Employees Bring Charges Against Miami; Norton Named Chancellor of Ohio...
Hollis Doubts New Council; Miami Committed To Nonwhite Faculty Recruiting; Educators Exchange Education Information; Budget Process Criticized, Defended; Visitation Issue Complex; Health Center, Complete Service
University Levies Facilities Fee to Help Fight Spiraling Costs; New Stadium to Rise Near Millet Hall; MU Lowers Admission Standards, Enrollment Reaches Record High; Regents Budget Shows $550 Million Increase; Kucek Hurls Way to Majors
Poor Telephone Service Blamed on Low Rates; City To Celebrate Bicentennial; ZBT Says It Will Still Rush In Winter, Is Still Active; Registrar Warns Against Improper Transcripts; City Council Establishes Bike Parking Committee; Sanna Clears Air for...