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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 004, No. 01 (Sept. 23, 1869)'

    • 'Vol. 4, No. 1'
    • 1869-09-23
    • Twilight Thoughts; Society of Inquiry; German Universities; Exchanges; A Dream; The Military Department; Miami Student; Our State Senator; Personals of Class 69; Personals; Local Brevities; A Moonlight Raid; Our Black List
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 25 (Apr. 30, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 25'
    • 1920-04-30
    • 'Dr. A. H. Upham to Take Charge of Campaign; French Plays Presented by Troupe From New York; Miami's New York Alumni Get Together and Pry Lid Off in Big 1, 000, 000 Drive; Delta Delta Delta; Scholarships are Offered by France to American Girls'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 28 (May 21, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 28'
    • 1920-05-21
    • 'To Make Folks Worth While A Great Problem; Bearcats Shut Out Big Reds In Good Game; Highlands, Hughes and Hamilton Win in Big Interscholastic Meet; The Pied Piper of Hamelin A Big Success; Pan-Hellenic Council Plans Uniform Initiation'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 049, No. 17 (Feb. 13, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 49, No. 17 [Vol. 74, No. 17]'
    • 1925-02-13
    • Aubrey Leads 'Y' Discussion Group; German Youth Movement Discussed at Meeting; New Bible Course to be Offered Students; Stivers High Received Football Award; Philosophy Prize Rules Announced
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 049, No. 25 (Apr. 25, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 49, No. 25 [Vol. 74, No. 25]'
    • 1925-04-25
    • Journalistic Fraternity Appears on Miami Campus; Well-Known Briton Talks to Students; Evanston Preacher Speaks at April University Service; Literary Magazine to Appear in May; Miss Libby Talks Before Alethenai; New Delt House About Completed
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 07 (Nov. 6, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 7 [Vol. 75, No. 7]'
    • 1925-11-06
    • Vice President of United States to Address Students Saturday Evening; Stafford Again Awarded Bid by Recensio Staff; November Eight Chosen as Date of Go-to-Church Day; Well-Known Artist Spends October as University Guest
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 25 (Apr. 23, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 25 [Vol. 75, No. 25]'
    • 1926-04-23
    • Florabel Huber to go to French School for Year; Dean of Oberlin Addresses Miami Upperclassmen; Defective Flue is Cause of Blaze in Dr. Williams Home; Miss Dixie Selden is Speaker at Arts Club
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 07 (Oct. 16, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 7 [Vol. 76, No. 7]'
    • 1926-10-16
    • Church Organizes Bible Classes for Students; Cincinnati to ask for New Bond Issue; Eddy Announces Subject Matter for Discussions; Recensio Staff Places Contract for Photographs; Miami Professors to Help Edit Book
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 51 (May 11, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 51 [Vol. 76, No. 51]'
    • 1927-05-11
    • 'President Hughes Resigns Position at Miami to Accept Call to Presidency of Iowa Agricultural College at Ames, Iowa; Dr. H.A. Miller, Noted Historian, to Give Address; West Hall Threatened with Fire Last Friday Evening at Midnight; New Gym Refused...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 052, No. 57 (May 25, 1928)'

    • 'Vol. 52, No. 57'
    • 1928-05-25
    • 'Chemists Present Modern, Ancient Magic At Show; Shafer Made Senior President In Spring Elections Wednesday; Miss Helen Rush Talks To Sororities; Hughes Foundation Is Increasing As Class Contributions Come In; New Scott Manor Tea Room To Be Opened;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 053, No. 08 (Oct. 23, 1928)'

    • 'Vol. 53, No. 8'
    • 1928-10-23
    • 'Dr. Klein Speaks at Opening of New Business School; A.H. Upham Inaugurated Saturday as Fourteenth President of Miami U; Work on Recensio Moving Steadily; Bicycles, Toonerville Trolleys, Tea Houses and Ale Bars Greet Bill Ross' Songsters; Smart...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 054, No. 12 (Nov. 1, 1929)'

    • 'Vol. 54, No. 12'
    • 1929-11-01
    • Clark Talks At Assembly Upon Rules Of Success; Architect Given Miami Gym Plans; Miami To Play Dedication Game In Ohio U. Stadium; Dean Minnich Gives Talk Before Rotary Club Of Hamilton
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 054, No. 48 (Apr. 25, 1930)'

    • 'Vol. 54, No. 48'
    • 1930-04-25
    • Forest L. Lyon Taken By Death On Miami Track; Construction Plans For New Gymnasium Finished For Bidders; Professor Makes Laudable Report; Ann Johnson Elected W.A.A. President; Ditmer Selecting Frosh Track Team
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 055, No. 14 (Nov. 7, 1930)'

    • 'Vol. 55, No. 14'
    • 1930-11-07
    • 'Big Reds Out for Wesleyan Scalp in Fray; Beta Kappa, Theta Sig Awarded Cups; Recensio Campaign Is Well Under Way; ''Torchbearers'' Brighten Stage With Kelly Wit; Pep Rally To Be Prelude To Gala Week-end'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 056, No. 50 (Apr. 27, 1932)'

    • 'Vol. 56, No. 50'
    • 1932-04-27
    • 'Liberals Again Triumph At Polls Yesterday; On Wet Stand, Convention Names Roosevelt, White; ''Mine Operators Sell Low To Keep Running'', Cawthorne Explains; Fourteen Men Named in Blue Key Honorary; Mammoth Remains Finally Purchased;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 18 (Nov. 21, 1933)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 18'
    • 1933-11-21
    • 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;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 30 (Feb. 2, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 30'
    • 1934-02-02
    • Bain Will Speak; Beta Kappa Moves; Trend Toward Correct Clothes; Thompson Speaks on Birth Control; Jewish Conference to be Here in February; Art Kassel to Play at Prom; Should Not Study on Full Stomach; Union Considered
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 26 (Jan. 8, 1935)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 26'
    • 1935-01-08
    • Egyptian Air is Theme of Fine Arts Ball on Saturday; Fretchling Chosen Rhodes Contestant from this State; Bo McMillan to be Speaker at M Banquet; Carl D. Groat Speaks About Newspapering
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 02 (Sept. 20, 1935)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 2'
    • 1935-09-20
    • Edwin Emerson Will Speak at Memorial Assembly in Withrow Court Thursday; Education School Honor Roll Announced by Dean Ashbaugh Reaches Total of 222; Five Committees Named by Frosh Y; Five Achieve Straight A in Business School; Sailing on Alaskan...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 059, No. 39 (Mar. 3, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 59, No. 39'
    • 1936-03-03
    • Open House Plans Include Amateur Hour; Take Leads in Mid-Year Play; Prof. Gates Names Majority of Cast for If I Were King; Shearman Writes Text; Myers to Address Student Assembly Thursday Morning
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 059, No. 54 (May 5, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 59, No. 54'
    • 1936-05-05
    • 'Miller Heads Electricians for Orchesis; Dabringhaus, Jane Carroll to Speak at Next Assembly; Commencement Play Leads Given to Shaw, Carothers; Installation of YW Officers to Take Place Next Sunday'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 30 (Jan. 15, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 30'
    • 1937-01-15
    • 'Lillian Bratton, Rolland Chamberlain Named Rulers of Fine Arts Marine Ball; Abstinence Made Contests Subject; Dean H.C. Dale to Interpret News, Sunday; Symphony to Give Opera by Mozart'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 34 (Feb. 12, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 34'
    • 1937-02-12
    • Men to Elect Junior Prom Queen by Voting in Dorms Monday Evening at Dinner; Sigma Nu to Hold Conclave to Celebrate Chapter Origin; Students to Judge Fiske Contestants; Phi Eta Sigma to Pledge Men at Assembly; Greek Leaders Plan to Teach New...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 55 (May 7, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 55'
    • 1937-05-07
    • 'YM Cabinet Selects Eight Committees; Four Children Added to May Queens Court; Dr. Willis K. Jones to be Conference Speaker May 7, 8; Red Norvo Tells Interviewer Collegians Appreciate Swing; Ohio Weslyan Senior Missing'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 59 (May 21, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 59'
    • 1937-05-21
    • 'University, Western College May be Hosts to Assembly of Student Christian Groups; Retiring Professor to be Given Dinner; Seven to End Absence Leave in September; ODK Initiates New Members; O.C.N.A. Gives Miami Student Second Place'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 061, No. 19 (Nov. 19, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 19'
    • 1937-11-19
    • Sigma Nu Bolts Representative Party to Join Progressives; Special Train Scheduled for Thanksgiving; Strikers Close Shops; New Deals Future Chosen as News Topic; Pres. A.H. Upham Advises Sororities to Seek Legal Advice in Lodge Struggle
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 36 (Feb. 10, 1939)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 36'
    • 1939-02-10
    • 'Harley Names Fraternity Dance Heads; Miss Emerson To Give Talk At Arts Club; Vocational Guidance Clinic To Be Held In Harrison Hall, Dr. Patten To Head Service; Dr. C. H. Sandage To Give Economic Side Of Marriage; Friends Pay Final Respects To F....
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 64 (June 10, 1939)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 64'
    • 1939-06-10
    • Members Of One-Hundredth Graduating Class To Receive Diplomas Monday Morning; 'Rip' Van Winkle Named New Coach For University; Dr. H. White To Teach At University Of Illinois; Dr. Evans To Supervise Party Of 32 Members On Botany Study Tour; Dr. H....
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 065, No. 15 (Nov. 10, 1939)'

    • 'Vol. 65, No. 15'
    • 1939-11-10
    • World to Pay Silent Tribute to Memory of Honored Dead; Robert J. Todd Defeats Merchant in Election for Mayor of Oxford; Clinic Office for Vocational Aid to Open; Campus Polls to be Taken by Committee; Inter-fraternity Council Investigates Question...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 30 (Jan. 16, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 30'
    • 1942-01-16
    • 'State Grants $30,000 Emergency Appropriation for Construction of University-Owned Airport; Herbert Saito to Teach Non-Credit Course in Japanese Next Semester; Members of Faculty to Leave; Campus Receives Weather , Kiosk,'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 43 (Mar. 16, 1943)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 43'
    • 1943-03-16
    • 'Alderman Approves Volunteers; Undersecretary Appleby To Head Panel Discussion; Wickenden Discusses Moral, Spiritual Side Of Marriage; Rabbi J.G. Heller Talks At Vespers; Ray Palaia Sees Miami As Airman'

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