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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 005, No. 06 (Feb. 22, 1871)'

    • 'Vol. 5, No. 6'
    • 1871-02-22
    • Bonum In Malo; Young America; Locals; Personals; The Celebration Of The 22nd; To Our Friends; The Effects Of An Elective Course; Are The Vices Prevalent Among Students Acquired At College; Kennans Lecture; Among The Exchanges; Notes From Princeton;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 006, No. 09 (May 22, 1872)'

    • 'Vol. 6, No. 9'
    • 1872-05-22
    • The Lay of the Sunbeam; New Organization of Miami; A Correction; Time; A Higher Standard of Swearing; Phi Delta Theta Convention; An Ass Brayeth; Personals; Literary Societies; Clippings
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 015, No. 05 (Feb., 1896)'

    • 'Vol. 15, No. 5'
    • 1896-02
    • The Two Greatest Objects of Human Thought; Psalm of Life; Senior Dinner; Preliminary Contest of the Oratorical Association; The Commercial Gazette; Bonnie Scotland; Local; Miami Institute of Science; The Miami Quartette; Alumni; Obituary; Exchanges
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 026, No. 05 (Feb., 1907)'

    • 'Vol. 26, No. 5'
    • 1907-02
    • The Late Hon. S.F. Hunt; The Goops; The Value of Studies; The Quest of the Quezarre; The M.U. Primer- Lesson V. In the Library; Writing for the Press; Editorial; University Notes
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 002, No. 21 (Mar. 2, 1911)'

    • 'Vol. 2, No. 21 (Old Series Vol. 30)'
    • 1911-03-02
    • Junior Prom Grand Finale to Prom Week; German Play Was Well Done by the Deutscher Verein Under Dr. Myers; Cincinnati Proves Easy Victim to Miami's Basketball Tossers; Exhibition Marks a Revival of Literary Interest; Oration by Mr. Foster Marks...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 038, No. 13 (Jan. 15, 1914)'

    • 'Vol. 38, No. 13'
    • 1914-01-15
    • Baritone Soloist with Madrigal; Otterbein Here for First Game; Cup Offered to Best Students; Governor Cox Speaks Before Alumni; Last Varsity a Decided Change; Revised Spelling May be Adopted
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 12 (Dec. 8, 1922)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 12'
    • 1922-12-08
    • Virg Perry Elected to Captain Big Reds; Announcement Made of New Miami Plans; Musical Clubs to Give Concert Soon; Recensio Work is Progressing Well; Plays by D.I. Class Win Much Approval
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 049, No. 21 (Mar. 13, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 49, No. 21 [Vol 74, No. 21]'
    • 1925-03-13
    • Changes Made in Hogan's Alley Staff Organization; Missionary to Talk at Chapel Next Thursday; Contract for Handbook Let to Greenfield Firm; Girls M Banquet to be March Thirteenth; Fred B. Smith to Speak on Sunday; Y Questionnaires Give Student Views
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 22 (Mar. 19, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 22 [Vol. 75, No. 22]'
    • 1926-03-19
    • Mendelssohn Quartette Offers Concert Tonight; Reverend Anderson to Preach Sunday at March Service; Aubrey Publishes Essay on Religion; John Burroughs is Topic of George C. Fisher's Address; Paul Dietz Visits Studentsky Domov on Trip to Prague;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 23 (Dec. 15, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 23 [Vol. 76, No. 23]'
    • 1926-12-15
    • Second Congress Drafts Articles of Constitution; Glee Club will Enter Glee Club Contest of 1927; Budget Total for Miami Approaches Two Million Mark; Big Red Five to Open Season at Earlham Tomorrow Night
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 052, No. 13 (Nov. 9, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 52, No. 13'
    • 1927-11-09
    • 'Estelle Gray-Lhevinne Receives Enthusiastic Ovation at First Lyceum Concert of Season; Five Cross Country Men Injured in Auto Crash on Granville Course Saturday, Percy MacKaye Publishes Book; Dr. J.W. Wilce Will Speak at Annual ''M'' Banquet...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 056, No. 17 (Nov. 10, 1931)'

    • 'Vol. 56, No. 17'
    • 1931-11-10
    • 'A.A.U.W. Prize to Margaret Shaw, Senior; Miami Women Help Western Entertain; Bushong Elected to Head Wesley Players; Oxford Shows Unusual Town Spirit to Avoid Crisis After Defalcation in Bank; Ye Merrie Players to Hold Initiation'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 057, No. 26 (Dec. 13, 1932)'

    • 'Vol. 57, No. 26'
    • 1932-12-13
    • 'Present Depression Period Will Not End Until 1935, Possibly 1936'-Dr. Smith; Faculty Members Will Attend Conventions of Bodies During Vacation; Don Kayler to Play for Victory Ball in Cleveland; No Leadership In Present Government-N.D. Baker;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 057, No. 52 (Apr. 28, 1933)'

    • 'Vol. 57, No. 52'
    • 1933-04-28
    • Kay Foltz To Crown Queen; Fewer Degrees to be Awarded; Heimsch Selected Phi Ete President; Y.M. Plans World Fair Excursion; Food Building Ready in May; Art Students Win Honors; Miami Men Opposed to War According To Present Poll; Former Student Has...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 05 (Oct. 2, 1934)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 5'
    • 1934-10-02
    • Plans Made for Annual Chest Drive; To Honor Track and Football Men at Next Assembly; Tryouts for Fall Play in Progress; Frosh Will Frolic on Stage at Benton Hall in First Review; Final Tryouts for Play Held Tonight
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 22 (Dec. 1, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 22'
    • 1936-12-01
    • 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
    • '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. 38 (Mar. 4, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 38'
    • 1938-03-04
    • 'State Legislature Passes College Appropriations; Russian Trial Reveals Plot Involving British Empire Buffer State; Mr. A.J. Muste, Well-Known Ex-Communist To be Speaker At 'Y' Spring Conference;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 065, No. 30 (Jan. 30, 1940)'

    • 'Vol. 65, No. 30'
    • 1940-01-30
    • 'Mr. P.E. Malone Leaves University for Washington; Dean Ernest Ashbaugh Receives Notification of Educational Positions; Dr. E.M. Cox Lectures; Pres. A.H. Upham, Dr. Eliot Porter to Talk at Westminster Dinner; Mr. C.R. Niswonger Helps Revise Text on...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 066, No. 54 (May 6, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 66, No. 54'
    • 1941-05-06
    • 'Patsy Guitteau Elected Mortar Board President; Peggy Pauly, Reed Strimple Named To Head Student Staffs For 1942; Jean Bird, Pianist, Presents Recital; Soldiers Of Fifth Division U.S. Army To Encamp Near Here'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 066, No. 58 (May 20, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 66, No. 58'
    • 1941-05-20
    • 'Shirley Cordes, Reed Strimple Appointed Generals Of 1941 University Chest Drive; Geological Specimens Arrive From Antarctic; Teacher Shortage In Ohio Predicted For Next Year; Major M.R. Allison Speaks On Draft; Ousley, Katz, Turn In Good Times As...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 15 (Nov. 2, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 15'
    • 1942-11-02
    • 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
    • '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. 069, No. 17 (Jan. 20, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 17'
    • 1944-01-20
    • 'Red Cross Unit To Visit Oxford; Street, Allen, Head Campus Religion Week; Fourth War Loan Drive Seeks $500 Goal Today; Campus, Libe and All - It's Heaven to Cpl. Herb Saito, Back for Last Fling; Earlham Latest Red Cage Victim;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 069, No. 18 (Feb. 3, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 18'
    • 1944-02-03
    • 'Director Announces Play Cast, Terhune, Secor, Kelly Selected for Lead Rolls; University War Dead Total 45, Williams Latest Casualty, Koenig Listed Missing; Panel on Modern Role of Church to Climax Campus Mission Week;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 070, No. 08 (Nov. 10, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 8'
    • 1944-11-10
    • 'Chest Drive Goes Over Goal with $6208.97; Girl Artists to Play in Concert Series; Turkey Trot Dance Set for November 28; Hop Ticket Orders Taken Now, Sale to Begin November 21; Freshman Petitions Total 25'
    • '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. 41 (May 3, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 71, No. 41'
    • 1946-05-03
    • 'Student Announces New Business Heads; YMCA Recruits Men to Assist Stock Shipments; WAA to Sponsor Weekend Outing; Food Drive Scheduled for Monday; 500 Students, Faculty to Aid Test Program'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 072, No. 04 (Oct. 1, 1946)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 4'
    • 1946-10-01
    • '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...
    • '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. 073, No. 05 (Oct. 3, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 5'
    • 1947-10-03
    • Student Injured in Truck Accident; Period of Silence to Begin Tonight; WMUB to Begin Broadcasting Monday; Fraternities Revise Rush Regulations; Hillel Foundation to Hold Services; Oxford to Receive New Wire System

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