The Amherst Senate; Commencement; Attendance at chapel exercises; College spirit; Henry Snyder; Physics and Chemistry department; Benjamin Harrison; Fraternity news; Miami Union Hall; Erodelphian Hall; Professor Merrill; Communication about the...
Camp Sherman is Visited by Group of Miami Professors; Instructions are Issued to Voters; Industrial Arts Association Meets Here Tomorrow; Miami-Kentucky Game Fought to Scoreless Tie at Lexington Saturday
Miami Celebrates 100th Anniversary; Civil War History of Institution Forms Third Founders Day Theme; Dr. Benton Assigned New Work in France; Kenyon Seemingly Outclassed by Miami; Lincoln Day is Commemorated in Special Service
'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'
Eighty First Commencement Sets Record; Five Distinguished Men Receive Honorary Degrees; Miami Finishes Baseball Season With Three Wins; Reorganization Of The Erodelphian; Plans Made For Library Addition
Eddy Stresses Religion and Social Good During Program; Miami to Receive Burkhardt Trophy; Handbook Proves Help to Frosh and Others; Pictures from Recensio Completed by W.C. Webb; Shearman Changes Date for Union Lyceum Numbers; Kathryn Laughlan on...
'G. A. Mulfinger, Pianist, to Play for Music Series; Dr. Wilce, Ohio State, not to be Banquet Speaker; Professor A. Martin Presents Program of Songs at Chapel, J. Burrall Talks at Vesper Services in Benton Hall Sunday'
'Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn To Talk About ''The Experimental College'' In Benton Monday; Y. M. Elects C. H. Handschin President Of Executive Board; Girls' Track Team Is Selected For Meet May 26; Professor Gates Selects Cast of Graduation Play'
'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;...
'University Senate Approves New Constitution, but Votes to Abolish Honor System; Schoolmaster's Club Select Dr. Upham as Third Miami Member; Shaw's ''Doctor Dilemma'' Given as Lyceum Play; Handel's Messiah Features Vespers;'
'Cast for Mid-Year Play Tentatively Chosen by Prof. Gates; Upham to Deliver Several Addresses; ''Flu Cases'' Record High Mark Wed.; Arion Present Handel's Messiah at Last Vespers; Ohio Colleges will Play Tough Teams;'
Moore To Give Commencement Address June 9; Prof. Shiedler to Talk on Evolution; Indian Lecturer to Talk in McGuffey; 'The Show-Off' To Be Staged for First Time; Track Interests Center On Annual Field Buckeye Meet; Prof. Hadsel to Visit Rendez-Vous...
Check-Up Shows Women Ahead of Men in Drive; Miami Valley Not Hit Hard by Slump; Miami Followers Invade Weslyan; Prof. to Give Final Study Talk Tonight; Scenes from Ye Merrie Players Homecoming Production of Oscar Wilde's Successful Play
'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;'
University's Budget Grant Increased by Ohio Senate; Christmas Singing to be December 19; Mid-Year Play Title is If I were King; Recent Tests Show Library Poorly Lighted; Dr. Todd Leads State Survey Organization
'Violinist to Appear in Series Here; Hadsel Named U.S. Delegation Board Member; Freshman Group Elects New Officers; Western, Appalachian Trips to be Taken by Geologists; Cornelia Otis Skinner, Gracious in Her Interview, Blasts Age-Old Concept of...
Spanish War Will be Topic of Assembly; Next WLW Skit December 10; University's Fame Borne Far by Birds From Fisher Hall; Sports Keep Pianist Iturbi in Top Shape; The Miami Student Receives Invitation to OCNA Meeting
Faculty Chest General Names Team Members; Mortar Board to Hold First Frosh 'Coffee'; 'Dark Tower' Murder to Have Spooky Setting; Union Building Plans Discussed at Luncheon; Holderman to Play For Strut; Dean W.G. Katz to Present Talk;
Homecoming Plans Nearing Completion; Student Directory to be Published Within Next Week; University Graduate Relates Horrors in Czech sellout; Dr. C.I. Stafford Gives Cold Vaccine Tablets to Over 500 Students; Carl Sandburg to Talk Here December 7
Three Tapped at Sophomore Hop by ODK; Representatives to Attend Meeting in Benton Hall; Honors Bring Smiles at Sophomore Hop; Maestro Bestor Uses Motto We Aim to Please Public; Freshman Players to Present Two Plays Friday Night
'King Henry Cast Chosen, Kimble, Kocsany Selected to Play Leads; Bureau to Reduce NYA Funds; Vocational Conference To Be Held; Don Bestor's Orchestra to Play for Hop Tonight; Pederson Starts As Instructor of Speech, To Direct Towers Plays; Mrs....
'Army, Navy To Present Reserve Enlistment Plans; Philip C. Shera Saves Lives By Own Death; Grupe To Present Final Vocal Recital Sunday Afternoon; Former Miamian Dies In Air Crash; UC, Miami vie for Burkhardt Cup On May 30'
'Student-Faculty Council Debates Conservation; Hambleton Appointed Chairman; China In Wartime To Be Discussed By Paul Wiant; Thinclads Report To Coach Rider, Freshman Eligible; Toby, Foreseeing Card Victory, To Visit St. Louis In Full Regalia'
Lecture Given By Robert Frost; Eve Of St. Mark To Be Presented; Prof. H. Vallance Elected President; Dean J. W. Clokey To Offer Recital In Benton Sunday; Wilson To Speak At Next Assembly; Alston Paces Harriers To Win In AAU Meet
'MacIver to be Second Speaker; S-F C Proposes Democratic Rule; Blue Jeans Approved in Poll of University Men, Women; Lohman to Fill Research Post with 'Time'; Goetz New Committee Chairman; Two War Years Change Campus; V-12 Recalls Pearl Harbor as...
Freshman Council Election Date Set; Pop Concert to Spotlight Two Soloists; Seventeen Seniors Chosen Candidates for Who's Who; Dollars for Destiny to Assist Unfortunate Fellow Students Embittered by Global War
'Miss Hamilton Plans Retirement as Dean; Frie Receives WAA Leader, Service Award; Western Michigan's Track Crown Shattered by Rampaging Redskins; V-12 YM Schedules Final Ball; Naval Officers to Commence V-12 Transition'
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
'Name Bands to Play Sorority; Faculty Members Approve Addition of Radio Curriculum; Men to Elect Prom Queen Wednesday; Warmingham to Address Opening of Religion in Life Week Sunday; Writer Denotes Gross Inaccuracies, Rumor Spreading by Cincinnati...