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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 014, No. 01 (Oct., 1894)'

    • 'Vol. 14, No. 1'
    • 1894-10
    • Tuition; David Swing; From a Students Notebook; Beta Theta Pi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Chi; Miami Union; Y.M.C.A. Notes; Erodelphian; Local; Intercollegiate; Exchanges; Alumni
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 041, No. 06 (Oct. 26, 1916)'

    • 'Vol. 41, No. 6'
    • 1916-10-26
    • 'Prof. Magoffin Will Lecture Next Tuesday; Girls Show Spirit at Kenyon Game; Old System of Exercise Proves Unsatisfactory; Third Twilight Organ Recital Given Wednesday; M Men Banquet, Old Timers and Football Squad'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 19 (Feb. 24, 1922)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 19'
    • 1922-02-24
    • Ye Merrie Players Win Great Success In Annual Production; Scholastic Record Announced By Dean; Vecsey Concert Is Unanimous Success; Eddy Addresses Large Crowd At Fifth University Service
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 21 (Mar. 12, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 21 [Vol. 75, No. 21]'
    • 1926-03-12
    • Joint Committee Advises Withholding Honor System from Incoming Freshman; Memorial Tablet to be Unveiled by Phi Kappa Tau; Professor Modder Gives Lecture of Primitive Ceylon; Captain Thomas Wins Weight in B.A.A. Mat Meet; Lowrie Gives Talk on...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 08 (Oct. 12, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 8'
    • 1934-10-12
    • High School Student Here for Game Saturday; Retain Objective Says Van Tassel; Enrollment Shows 20 Percent Gain Within Five Years; Open the Orbs for Fire Wood; Beta Pi Theta to Name Committees
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 15 (Nov. 9, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 15'
    • 1934-11-09
    • Honored Visitors Attract Delegates; 'Green Pastures' To Be Given On Monday; Forum Chooses Current Topics; Death of King Alexander is Not Climax of Balkan Disputes; Movie Shown by Phi Sigma
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 059, No. 31 (Feb. 4, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 59, No. 31'
    • 1936-02-04
    • 'Staff Changes Announced by President; Physicist, Grad of 1928 Isolates Lithium Isotope to Produce Worlds Lightest Known Solid; Krzycki, Labor Leader, Speaks On Wednesday; NYA Students Take Charge of Classics at Hamilton YMCA; Prof. Abegglen Writes...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 36 (Feb. 19, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 36'
    • 1937-02-19
    • 'Ted Shawn's Male Troupe to Present Last Artists Series Program, March 9; Symphony Group Schedule Changed; NYA Students Hold Unusual Jobs if Flat Tires Don't Interfere; Scholarships to be Offered by University; Capacity Crowd to Hear Don Bestor...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 42 (Mar. 12, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 42'
    • 1937-03-12
    • Charles P. Taft's Speech To Open Y Conference Tonight In Benton Hall; Photometer Tests Reveal 63 Percent Deficiency In Library Lighting System; Campus Owls Picked To Play On Summer Cruise To Orient
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 061, No. 33 (Feb. 11, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 33'
    • 1938-02-11
    • 'Chester E. Quick Appointed Freshman Strut Chairman By University YMCA Heads; Clarified, Reorganized Regulations For University Disciplinary Board Released After Year's Consideration; Arthur Elliot To Be Vespers Guest Speaker;'
    • '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. 05 (Sept. 30, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 5'
    • 1941-09-30
    • 'Editor Attacks Prexy, Hides Out In Oxford; Sandefur, Shideler Attend ODK Meet; Lieutenant Kumjorn Gesticulates To Express Love Of University; Philip Morris To Sponsor Game Contest; Coach Rider Uses NYA Man To Check Past Of 'M' Club'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 42 (Mar. 13, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 42'
    • 1942-03-13
    • Initiation Rules to be Changed; Gillman Named Assistant Coach; Erskine to Speak at Artists Series; Sterne to Attend State Band Meet; Alderman Speaks at Annual Banquet Wednesday Night; Break-Up of Campus Owls One of War's Biggest Blows
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 43 (Mar. 17, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 43'
    • 1942-03-17
    • Erskine to Speak Tomorrow; Scholarship Given to Hedi Politzer; Prof. R.A. Jelliffe to be Phi Bete Initiation Speaker; Red Thinclads Win Butler Relays; Dr. Wilbach Speaks on Marriage Success
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 04 (Sept. 25, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 4'
    • 1942-09-25
    • 'Joint Procurement Board To Hold Benton Meeting; Libe Hours Changed By Council; Eaton, Schrader Head Chest Drive; Pres. Upham Announces Change In Library Hours, Accommodations; Chinese War Situation Discussed By Paul Wiant'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 09 (Oct. 13, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 9'
    • 1942-10-13
    • 'Y Plans USO Aid Activity; Chest Drive Co-Chairmen Name Captains Of Teams; Swarthout To Present Artist Series Program; John McSweeney, Governor Nominee, To Speak Friday; Alston Leads Cross-Country Pack To Tape; H. Howard Named To Advisory Group'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 11 (Oct. 20, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 11'
    • 1942-10-20
    • 'Schrader Lists Chest Workers; Women Train for Army; Joint Enlistment Board To Interview Recruits; Prof. Hood To Speak To MVTC's; Read Bain Speaks; Ingholt, Vaillant To Address Group; Riderman Whip Ball State 15-44; Clokey To Present Historical...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 13 (Oct. 27, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 13'
    • 1942-10-27
    • Royal Candidates Chosen; Former Review To Be Feature Of MVTC Drill; MacArthur Honors Miamian After Movie-Like War Flight; Miss Moore Calls For Play Tryouts; Zugelter Killed; Jerry Tom Named Business Manager Of Theatre Group; Rosenkrantz Wins Tennis...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 14 (Oct. 30, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 14'
    • 1942-10-30
    • 'Homecoming To Feature Game, Bonfire, Dances; Anderson's Play To Be Presented; Violinist To Appear In Series; Clokey To Speak; Robert Frost To Begin English Lecture Series; Places Available To All Interested Says D. C. Alden; Havighurst Book Gets...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 24 (Dec. 8, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 24'
    • 1942-12-08
    • 'Rogers, Diver Crowned Before 500 Couples; Dean Visits Ft. Knox As University Advisor; Glencairn To Open Thursday; Loafers' To Give Christmas Party; English Lecture Series To Feature Erskine Caldwell'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068 No. 48 (Apr. 16, 1943)'

    • Vol. 68 No. 48
    • 1943-04-16
    • 'Five Men Reinstated by Council; Dorothy Meyer, Myron Ells Named Recensio Editorial, Business Heads; Leads Announced for Spring Play, Long, Parker Given Roles in Year's Last Production, Keefer, Eagelson Named; Bond Head Asks Increase in Loan Drive;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 069, No. 16 (Jan. 13, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 16'
    • 1944-01-13
    • 'Eminent Psychologist to Discuss Ape Behavior; Hansen to Aid Jap Relocation in Wyoming; Three-Year Pre-Nursing Program Introduced; Experts, Students Discuss Theories on Post-War Women;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 22 (Mar. 22, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 22'
    • 1945-03-22
    • 'Campus Treasure to Fall Under Gavel of Auctioneer at Red Cross Benefit; L. A. College Named Arts, Science Division, Scope Widened for Flexibility; Five Million Dollar Post War Expansion Program Features Union Building, Dormitories'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 25 (Apr. 12, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 25 [extra edition]'
    • 1945-04-12
    • 'Hope Johns Chooses Six Attendants for May Day; Realism Loses to Idealism in Conference; M. Brown, Latin American Expert, to Address Institute; EXTRA; Roosevelt Dies; Death Parallels Lincoln Tragedy; Hemorrhage Proves Fatal; Realism Loses to...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 31 (May 24, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 31 [Vol. 10, No. 31]'
    • 1945-05-24
    • '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'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 071, No. 02 (Sept. 27, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 2'
    • 1945-09-27
    • 'SFC Outlines Campus Reconversion Program, Notes to Continue SWAC; Navy Announces Plan for Release of V-12 Trainees; Four Spanish Students Enroll at University; State Raises All University Wage Rates; Speakers Bureau Revived After Two Years...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 071, No. 03 (Oct. 4, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 3'
    • 1945-10-04
    • 'Veteran Officer Takes Local Post, Commander J. K. Chapman to Supervise V-12, NROTC Units as Executive Officer; Vivid Experiences Under Nazi Domination Recounted by Polish Scholarship Student'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 071, No. 33 (Apr. 5, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 33'
    • 1946-04-05
    • Madrigal to Present Musicale; Negotiations for Additional Dorms Opened; Campus Poll to Determine YW Program; Nine Whips Into Shape for Approaching Clash; Redskin Trackmen Garner Four Straight Championships in Buckeye Conference
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 071, No. 38 (Apr. 23, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 38'
    • 1946-04-23
    • Excitement Absent as Students Visit Polls; Cosmopolitan Club Initiates 30 New Members Saturday; All-Campus Drive to Spur Europe's Food Collection; Cellarius Examines Sites for Dorms; May 1 Breakfast Plans Completed
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 16 (Nov. 12, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 16'
    • 1946-11-12
    • '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'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 24 (Dec. 13, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 24'
    • 1946-12-13
    • 'Editorial Arouses S-FC Debate; Attempt to Enlarge Business District Refuted by Citizens; Student Body Rejects One S-FC Amendment; Redskin Cagers to Face UK, National Champions, In Lexington Monday; Choral Union to Sing Handels Messiah Sunday at...

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