'Dr. Kenneth I. Brown to Address Phi Betes; Hahne, Dolibois to Address Alumni Association Meetings; New Requirements for A. B. Degree Approved by Senate; YM Elects Jack Moser President; S-FC Picks McCoy, Schrock to Serve as Alternates on...
'Jane Dallas Crowned May Queen; Anne Guthrie, World-Famous Traveler, to Speak Thursday; Prof. Eve List to Give Piano Program at Oxford College; Bob Pulley Named Next President of Phi Eta Sigma; Truman Health Program Debated By Vail, Durfee; Wright,...
Sophisticates Play for Varsity Dance; String Quartet to Play First Concert in Benton Hall Tonight; Redskins to Defend Conference Title at Kalamazoo Tomorrow; Freshmen to Submit Petitions for Council; Panhellenic Dance Planned for Nov. 12
Six Rare Shakespeare Items Added to University Library; New Edition of Red Cap Revue to Open Today with Case of Over 75 Freshman; Financial History of WAA Explained by Association; Conzelman Tells Grid Experience to Guests at All-Sports Banquet
'Dr. Sabin to Lecture on Polio; Negroes Served in Most, Not All Local Restaurants, Checks Reveals; Alderman Releases Placement Officers List for Seniors; A Cappella Singers to Present Mass, Handel Passages on Sunday'
'Miami Triad to Feature Al Cassidy's Orchestra in Annual Dance Tomorrow; Erickson, Smith Furnish Music for Assembly; Chinese Educator Joins University Government Staff; Fichter Listed as Possible Senate Choice; Contract for New Church Let; Sig Eps...
Phone Rate Increase Requested; Hal McIntyre Signs Contract to Appear at Junior Prom; Fisk Entrants to Compete in Eliminations; Prof. L. B. Holland Elected President of Archaeologists; Lansaw Nets Winning Basket to Lead Tribe to Inspired Triumph;...
'Taft to Deliver Key Campaign Speech Sunday to Stress Civil Rights Issue, Labor-Management Relations; Three Chosen to Compete in Fisk Finals; Burton French to Examine Red Challenge; Betty Bergin Receives DO Scholarship; Williams, Young Win Opener...
'Arms and the Man' to Open Thursday; Taft Denounces Union Domination of Administration in Campaign Talk; Rail Travel Curtailed by Strike; Thobe Writes from Florida, Boosts Team; Cunningham to Conduct Tour of Eight European Countries; Hartung Names...
University Purchases Microscope; Women's League Announces House Chairman Appointments for Freshman Residence Halls; Sophomores Allowed Class Cuts for Tests; Ms. Pahk Urges Cooperation in War Against Communism;
Miami Greek Week to Open Officially as Stavole Carries Torch to Campus; Grand Processional of May Day Queen to Herald Festivities; Student Vote on CIC Issue Fails to Sway Eatery Owners; 'Night on Olympus' to Star Patti Page;
'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'
'Miami's Greatest Building Period Continues; Addition of New Faculty Members Swells Staff; Construction Begun Recently on South Hall, Natatorium; University Announces 17 New Residence Heads; Concerts, Lectures Scheduled'
'First Fall Concert Date Set; Y's Elect Convention Delegates; Fellowships, Scholarships Give Seniors Graduate Opportunities; Management Club to Hear Director; Red Cap Ticket Sales to Begin Tomorrow, First Show Friday;Redskin Cagers Upset University...
University Orchestra to Perform Sunday in Autumn Concert; UN Series to Feature McNiff Talk; English Honorary Applications Due Wednesday; Carol Sing Scheduled by APhiO; Erickson to Play Piano Concerto with Cincinnati Symphony Monday
Two Comedies Billed for Weekend Plays on Towers Theatre; Disciplinary Board Finds Man Guilty; McNiff Discusses US-European Combine to Resist Aggression; Class Cut Make-Ups Required; YW Schedules All-Association Meeting for Today in Wells
'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...
'Hahne to Address University Men Today; Thursday Classes Cut Short Due to Special; Long Accepts Gene Leshner as Saxophonist; H.H. Maynard to Lecture Here Thursday; Students Schedules Announced; Betas, Phi Delts, Sigma Chis to Hold Annual Triad...
Raise in Board Fee for Next Semester Under Consideration; Academic Draft Law Liberalized; Tickets on Sale for Marriage Lecture Series; Hahne to Speak at First Assembly of Next Semester; Tribe Five Faces Top Opposition
Registration Adjustments Obtainable; Panel to Discuss Religious Beliefs in YW Meeting; Men May Sign for Active YMCA Membership Now; Seminar Meeting Planned; Les Politiques Open Meeting Announced; Folklorist John Jacob Niles Gives Insight Into...
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 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'
S-FC Okays Suggestions for Betterment of YM; Women Must Pay Deposits by April 12; ODK to Distribute Application Blanks; Phi Beta Kappa Plans Initiation with Speaker; Chairmen Named for Senior Ball Assistants Listed
'Selective Service Test Applications Available Monday; Activation Proposals Approved; Activity Forms Due Monday for ODK; Register Procedure Announced; Kappa Alpha Theta to Initiate Local AKE Chapter, Alumnae'
Orientation Meeting Called for Spring Election Candidates; SRC Plans Careers Seminars; Janice Siglar Chosen as State Dream Girl; May Day Chairmen Selected; Ruth Bryan Rohde to Lecture at Women's League Assembly
Candidates for Campus Offices Total 88; Annual Senior Ball Ticket Sale to Open Monday in Benton; Ticket Sales for May Day Begin Monday; Choruses to Sing with Symphony in Joint Program; Marriage Authority to Lecture; SRC Seminars to Begin with Talk...
'Mothers to Reign Over Weekend Events; Students to Continue Registering; Tabulation of Pennies Reveals Sudan Man as Ugliest MOC; Band Plans Mothers Day Concert; S-FC Elects Peck in Political Upset by AC Party, Chest Revision Okayed'
'Wanda Doty Named Honorary Colonel for Air Force Ball; Room Fees From Men Due Soon; Alpha Delts to Return to Campus Tomorrow After 80 Year Absence; Queens to Lead Parade; Mack, Burnett, Mechem Recognized in Assembly as Outstanding Students'
'Alumni Day to Open Graduation Weekend; Men Must Obtain Data for Boards; Applications Now Available for FBI Jobs; Pee Wee Hunt, June Christy to Appear at Delt Moon Ball; Applications for Chest Funds Due by June 6'
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