Greater Miami; An Unhonored Hero; Ordovican Fossils from a Vertical Section 45 Feet in Height as Eroded in Collins Run Near Oxford; The Sigma Chi Semi-Centennial; The McFarland Mathematics Prize; Events of Commencement Week; Alumni Day; University...
Fifteen Pictures to be Exhibited in McGuffey Hall; Latest Work of Dr. D.S. Robinson is Now Off Press; Lyceum Program for Coming Year Now Completed; Helen Exley Elected Editor-In-Chief of Geneva Newsletter; Ohio Northern to Meet Miami on Grid Today
'Letters to be Awarded at M Banquet Dec. 3; Bearcats and Redskins to Mix in 34th Renewal of Grid Hostilities Thanksgiving Day; Frosh Play Group Holds Practices; Depression Hop to be Held Tomorrow; Three Dead, One Hurt Returning from Game'
Phi Betes' Cup To Be Presented; Eighth Annual Miami Chest Campaign For $5000 Funds To Open October 11; A.A. Milne Drama To Be Played; 500 Students Expected To Vote in Coming Elections; Switzer Awarded Motor Co. Prize
'Half of Women Grads Don't Marry; Kirby Page, Editor, To Speak Here; Organize Dayton, Cleveland Groups; New Absence Regulations Brings Down Number of Cuts, Registrar Notes; Three Redskins Win All-American Mention;'
Liberal Arts Group Makes Change In Languages To Liberalize Requirements; Lebanon University Reopens Portals Closed by World War; America 'Old Men's Nation'; Human Species Is Evidenced By A Fragment of Jaw;
'Mr. Joseph W. Fichter to Lecture at Annual Ohio Principal's Meeting; Rev. Hazen Werner to Discuss Peace at Next Assembly; Final 'How to Study' Lecture to be Presented by Dr. R.J. Van Tassel; Dan Garver, Miami's Oldest Employee, Tells All to...
New Political Party Enters Election Race; Wellesley College Gives Scholarship; Miami District High School Tests Renewed; Council Completes Plans for Picnic; Council Vetoes Proposed Student Representation
'Tomahawk Staff Heads Announced; Graduation Plans Completed, Admiral to Give Address; Seven Tapped by ODK at Senior Ball; Bill Osgood, Syd Stewart Pace Victors; Lois Murphy Wins Phillips Award at WAA Ceremonies;'
'Band Suite Premiere Scheduled; Men's Room Deposits Due by March 31; Women's League to Elect Officers Tuesday in Residence Halls, Benton; Tickets for Don Juan in Hell Available Now at Miami Co-op, Laughton Will Direct Play; Lamont to Discourse on...
Weekend Royalty to Preside Over Various Festivities; Student Poll Names All-time Miami Football Team; University Expands as Construction Program Continues; New Library Facilities Available to Students;
Football coaching staff revamped under new setup; student center bill approved; Inauguration of Dr. Millet plans made; regulations prohibit use of automobiles; Administration Hall approved by Governor; Grid squad wins national prestige
Redhead to Reign at Carrot Top Capers; Flanagan to Appear for Prom; Show to Hold Cast Selection, Recall Tryouts; Ball, Local Florist, Dies in Cincinnati, Taught Radio Here; Play Features Sophistication, Witty Comedy
Cincinnatians to Receive Honorary Degrees; Rike Kumler Co. Offers Scholarship; Trustees, Fraternity Officials to Discuss Greek Leadership; WMUB to Switch into Tri-State Broadcasting with Addition of New Transmitter, Tower; Smyser States Exam Period...
America Needs Face Physicists, Declares Arfken; Millett Asks ICA to Review Advisory Plan; Wickenden Announces Assemblies; Alpha Delts to Sponsor Barbershop Singing; Sigma Nu to Dedicate Foyer to Kopecky, Emerick Improves;
Director Lectures; McBride to Give Scholarship; Talented Dancer Stresses Grace; Analysis of , Student, Emphasizes Diversity of Important Decisions; Mulliken Out to Defend Title as NCAA Meet Nears; Pat Royse Looks at LIFE
Human Relations Group Presents Integration Figure; Mr. K Keeps Promise as Soviets Explode Bomb; Angry Fathers Demand Old McGuffey Readers; Art Historian Lectures on Hindu Culture; Fierce College Football Rivals Complicate Male Animal Plot
Architect Students Plan Towns Development; Pres. Millett off to Mexico For Ford Study Program; Cancer Claims Mr. Sam, House Loses Noted Leader; Orchestra Initiates Season with Tchaikovsky Concert; Jacobs, Caylor, Longsworth are Miamis Unsung Heroes
Congress Meets for 88th Term; Miami Asks Assembly for 20 Million in Funds; Fraternities Become Vocal for Barbershop Song-Fest; AEC Brings Congolese Student to MU Campus; Soprano Sings Dvorak Works; Program Board Offers Skating
President of Armco Steel to Address Graduation; Computer Program to Begin; May Day Rumors Hint at Soviet Leadership Change; Republican Taft Labels Goldwater Extremist; Food Service Strives to Vary Daily Menus; People-to-People Program Promotes...
Miami Graduates Join Peace Corp Volunteers; Combined ROTC Units March in Annual Presidential Review; Miami Graduates Extol University; President Millett Completes First Decade; Hathaway Serves as President; Confederacy Makes Comeback as Colonel...