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
President Files University Report; Pierce Will Lead 15 Football Team; Miami Band Will Be Permanent; M.U. Library Gets Another Addition; Dr. Powell Writes From England; Miss Norris Speaks at Y.W.C.A.; Oxford Women Pledge Money; Miami Professor Again...
'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'
Complete Change Takes Place Among the Leaders of Intra-Mural Baseball League; Program for Seventy-Ninth Commencement Shows Few Changes From Former Years; Denison to Debate Here Friday Night; Eighteen to Two Walk Away Victory Over Earlham Opens...
Cabaret Stunt Makes Big Hit With Audience; Miami Wins And Loses On First Up-State Trip; Big Contest Will Decide Who's Who; Huge Men's Mixer to Follow Game; Mt. Union Quintet is Next Attraction on Home Schedule
Miami Again Triumphs Over Cincinnati in Annual Turkey Day Game; High Standard Set by Grades Made in Intelligence Tests; Dr. Young Speaks at Y.M. Meeting; Delts and Dekes Crowned Head of List in Soccer; Lecture on Hygiene Delivered by Dr. Herman;
Government Aids Disabled Veterans; Rev. G.W. Bunton to Speak Next Sunday; Beta Mu; National City Bank Offers Field; Wireless Station Source of News; Des Moines Delegates From Three Colleges Form Organization; The Greek Rebellion of the Days of 64;...
Walter Greene To Be Soloist At Concert Of Madrigal Club; Cast Of Mid-Year Play Selected; Justice Between Nations Necessary; Miami Scores Two Victories Over Cincinnati Gym Teams; Miami To Debate California Team
Dr. Simon D. Fess Speaks at Meeting; Professor Spencely Does Research Work; Van Voorhis Opens New Riding School; President Hughes to Aid in Survey; Carl E. Basler Appointed Trustee to Fill Vacancy; Mrs. F.L. Clark Completes a New Book
Opera is Feature of Lyceum Opening; Dr. B. M. Davis Presents Miami at Bowling Green; Big Red Team Loses Hard Battle to Denison; Who Shall Go To College is Vital Topic of the Day; Sophomores Elect Officers for 1922