200 Move From Withrow to Dormitories; Fall Registration Sets New Record; Oxford to Develop Memorial Park; Beverly Branch Wins Fellowship; NRO Offers Scholarship Benefits; Traffic Violators to Face More Severe Penalties; Students Lacking Phys. Ed....
'Housing Situation Worries OSU Vets, Frosh, Even Profs; Vets Vote to Stay in Withrow; Poet Frost to Appear Here Oct. 11; VA Representative to Push Payments to Campus Vets; New Hangout to Feature Eats, Music; State AAUW Head to Address Group Here...
'S-FC Investigates Hospital Service; Dawson Chuang, Chinese Exchange Student, Describes Life Under Japanese Occupation; Oxford Operators Suffer Call of the Wild Complex; Plans for Artist Series Cramped by Lack of Space; Vets to Voice Opinions at...
'210 Women Pledged Tuesday as Sorority Rush Period Ends; Old Theater May Open on Demand; Mrs. H.E. Burton to Visit Campus; Helen Traubel Concert Date Postponed; Bus Trip to Athens Cancelled; Off-Campus Vet, Facing Operation, FIghts for Life; Mrs....
Chest Funds to Aid Needy Students; Robert Frost Reveals Views on Poetry During Interview; Village Overruled in Registration; Tamahawk to Appear on Monday; OPA Director Clarifies S-FC Rent Queries; YMCA Establishes Recreation Halls in Three Dorms
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
'Vets Wife Crowned Frosh Queen; Should Truman Resign, Professors, Students Give Opinions on Proposal; Chinese Envoy to Speak Here at Assembly; Deadline Finds Chest Drive Short of Goal; John Rogge to Speak on Fascism'
'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...
'Pi Kappa Alpha to Form Chapter; Engraved Bell to Mark UC, Miami Rivalry; Withrow Men to Clear Gym by Vacation; Supposed UC Vandalism CHarged to Miamians; FWA Plans Temporary Structures; Lecturer to Discuss Fascism Reconverts'
'Othello to Open Thursday; Revised Health Service Policy Placed in Effect; Construction Begins on Recreation Center, Contractors to Complete Job by Sept. 16; Minor Flue Epidemic Hits Campus; S-FC to Hold Poll on Athletic Racial Problems March 5, 6'
Brown to Address Grid Banquet; Luboshutz-Nemenoff Piano Duo to Appear in Withrow; Oxford Forum to Hold Panel on Trade Acts; Committee Holds Phi Bete Interviews; Alethenai to Award Cash Prizes; Sorority Offfers women Graduates $500 Fellowships
Enrollment Totals 1522 in Second Summer Term; Philip Martin Joins Business School Faculty; President Hahne Lists Dorm Heads; Lutheran Church Purchases Oxford Home for Student Use; Prof. Lekvold to Head Ohio Music Group; Oxford Mayor Unopposed in...
'Reservation to Open Before Nov. 1; Students to Vote Thursday Evening for Queen, King; Committee Names Homecoming Candidates; Rea Announces Three Student Appointments; Chest Drive Chairmen Seek Slogan in Contest'
'Burning of OU Effigy, Prediction by Thobe to Highlight Celebration; Tribe to Meet Ohio U in Saturdays Battle; Annual Homecoming Day Festivities Recall Celebrations of Former Years; Bonfire to Initiate Homecoming; Cwen Plans Homecoming Corsage Sale'
University Approves Newly Organized Local Fraternities; Quakers Sponsor Industrial Plant Internship Plan; Job Bureau to Arrange Interviews; Redskin Reservation Makes Grand Opening; Fine Arts Structure Started
'Fraternity Holds Memorial Services; SAEs, Pi Phis Plan to Give Orphans Yuletide Party; Action Needed to Relieve Poor Lighting System; Columbia Grand Opera Group to Appear in Artist Series; Students to Try Out for Musical'
Theatre Plans Presentation of Henry V; Garrison Cottage Damaged by Fire; Robert Hillyer to Present Informal Talk; Prof. E. F. Patten Receives Duplicate Carnegie Medal; Fisk Contest Deadline Set by Director
Delegates Plan to Attend UN Convention; Pease Wins Contest Held by Pepsi-Cola; ODK Application Deadline Reported; Jerry Walds Band Booked for Senior Ball in Withrow; Church Leader to Lecture at Assembly
'Sorority Rushing to Open with Program in Benton; Redskins to Oppose Marshall Colleg in First Grid Encounter; New Theatre, Club to Open Near Oxford; Campus Club to Sponsor Open House; Wednesday Assembly Announced'
Mrs. Induk Pahk To Address Assembly As Climax For Religion In Life Week; Quartet Competition Recalls Gay Nineties; Athletes To Present Intramural Sports Program Saturday; Jo Hospodar Takes Miss Miami Honors; ZBT--Gamma Phi Booth Wins Award For Best...
'Student Union, South Hall Word Advances; Plagiarism Criticized By Board; Hahne Attacks Lack of Mental Maturity; School Seal History Stumps Researcher; Paul Scott Elected CIC Vice-President at First Meeting;'
'White Named Ideal Father of 1950; Council Opposes Cut Rule Change, Block Seat Savings; Names of Homecoming King, Queen Candidates Due Sunday; Assembly to Feature Civic Talk; Lecture Series to Sponsor Navy Officer; Rush Period Ends with 281 Women...
'S-FC Bucks Chest, Urges Dorm Hours Revision; Head Residents Hear Speech on Counseling; Staff to Distribute First Tomahawk Issue Next Week; Card Shark to Gather for Hoyle Holiday; Reese, Koman Elected Homecoming Queen, King'
'SRC Christmas Vesper Services to Include A-Cappella Singers; Cast Named for March Production; Presbyterians to Present Back Cantata; Breen Announces Annapolis Tests; Mid-Year Graduation Date Set; S-F Council Reviews Proposed Rule Change, Chest...
University Marks Anniversary of Founding 142 Years Ago; S-FC Favors Ratio Change of Members; MUT Play Rehearsals Underway; Prom to Cast Spell of Black Magic in Withrow; Leadership Group Taps Malphrus; Production of GBS Play Planned for March 12
'League Presidency Won by Burnett in WL Elections; Drama Cast Announced, Dates Set; Fraternities to Pledge Tomorrow; Boyer to Play Romantic Role in Shaw's Don Juan in Hell; Phillips Awarded Fisk Prize'
'Women's Elections to Name Chairmen of Residence Halls; Holland Given Post as Head of Department; Quartette to Present Don Juan Monday; Professor to Lecture on Defense; ODK to Set Up Big Top in Withrow Tomorrow as Barkers, Beards Reign'
'University Prepares Expanded Summer School Curriculum; Italian Play to Open in Towers; Dr. Slutz to Talk at Series; Navy Ball to Honor Marine Corps, Theme Will Depict Historic Battles; IR Voting Scheduled for Today'
'Women Elect Ellwood New IR President; Senate Passes IFC Activation Rule Revision; Opening of Special Train Ticket Sale Set for March 29; SRC Brings Vocational Lecturer; Six Characters Type of Comedy Perplexes Audience, Actors Alike'
'Greek Week Events to Begin April 11, Schedule Announced; John Heisey to Give Senior Recital Sunday; S-FC to Set Voting Date at Meeting; Students Must Register for Lower Train Rates; Payments of Room Fees Due'
'S-FC to Consider Miami Chest Drive Recommendations; Deposits for Rooms Due Soon; Theatre Group to Produce Greek Tragedy; Nippert to Speak at Initiation Banquet of Beta Gamma Sigma; Burnett, Ellwood to Attend Women Students Meeting'