Complete Change Takes Place Among the Leaders of Intra-Mural Baseball League; Program for Seventy-Ninth Commencement Shows Few Changes From Former Years; Denison to Debate Here Friday Night; Eighteen to Two Walk Away Victory Over Earlham Opens...
Sophomore Hop Plans Delayed by Petition; Flonzaley Quartet to Appear Friday Evening as Second Lyceum Number; Student Petition Urges Changes in Christmas Vacation; New Recensio to Contain Colored Views of Campus; Dates Arranged for Loyalty and Fisk...
Gov. White Speaks At Dedication; Kratt To Speak To Organists; College Head Non-Partisan; New Education Plan at Chicago Meets with Success; Labor Secretary Forbids Foreign Students To Work; Profs To Assist Hall with Book;
'Half of Women Grads Don't Marry; Kirby Page, Editor, To Speak Here; Organize Dayton, Cleveland Groups; New Absence Regulations Brings Down Number of Cuts, Registrar Notes; Three Redskins Win All-American Mention;'
Peace Delegates To Convene In Oxford; Colleges To Send Well-Known Delegates Here For Convention; Award Prizes To Winners Of Sat. Contest; Students Compile Miami Song Book; Speaker Is To Discuss Alien Students Here; Freshmen Will Present Plays
'Directors of Ohio Bureau Pass on Trade Union Acts; F.E.R.A. Group Studies Public Utility Rates; Student Sleuths Find New Murder Clue in Clock; More Formals on Campus, Some Say Yes, Some Say No; Findlay Students Will Have Dance'
'Women Form First All Girl Campus Band; Faculty Group Arranges for New Licenses; Initials, 'Initial' Heritage of Miami, Dates Back to D.W. Murphy, 1837; Frosh Women Choose Holdt Class Leader; J.A. Russo Writes Italian Vocabulary'
'Fifth Annual Ohio Music Festival Opens in Benton, to Last Through Saturday; Orchestra to Give Symphony Concert Tonight in Benton; Petitions Pass Election Board; Assembly Speaker to Discuss Scholarship and the State; Faculty Members Attend...
'Independent Council Names Committees; Norman Cory Ignores Politics in Naming Ball Committees; ODK Changes Point Basis for Eligibility; Salzburg Opera Guild to Present Second Artists Series Program; Old Graduate Recalls Horse in Old Main, Geese in...
'Fire Ravages Delt House This Morning; Kamal Ataturk, Turkish Ruler, Dies in Istanbul; German Nazis Burn, Loot Jewish Stores in Berlin As New Purge Starts; Delegate Chosen to Attend Important New York Meeting of Fraternity Presidents'
Culbertson to Outline Plan for World Peace; Private Collection Of Naval History Display in Library; Boynton Succeeds Lieutenant Lill; Trainees to Get on the Beam as Navy NSD5 Hits Air Waves; Who's Who List Includes 16 Students; H.C. Cristofferson...
'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...
Y Elects McNiff, Talbert to Head Cabinet Positions; High School Ys to Send Delegates Here; Delta Kappa Epsilon Reaches 100 Year Mark, Plans Celebration; ODK Ticket Sales Begin, Themes Listed; Fisher Announces Alethenoi Deadline for Poetry Entries
Womens Hours Extended By AWS Rules Committee; Suit Delays Issue One Building; Placement Tests for Peace Corps Given Several Times This Week; Berger Withdrawal Clinches Caputo Senate Presidency; Catholic Mass Demonstrated To Explain Recent Changes
Dissent Speakers Prepare for University In Crisis; Mlinarcik Elected Frosh President; Parents of the Year Have Records As Solid Citizens for Many Years; Plans Not Considered, Ten Students Withdraw; Library Committee Considers Location of New...
Rhodes Freezes Tuition, Cold Shoulders Non-Ohioans; Senate Project Designed as Network of Dialogue; Blacks Find Way Into Curriculum; Birth Control Methods Discussed In Facet of AWS Women's Week; Athletic Hall of Fame to Be Initiated Tomorrow;
Limited Visitation Approved, Revised Plan Accepted; BSAA Requesting MU Investigation For Discrimination; Fate of OBSA To be Decided By U. Senate; Legal Technicality Prevents Senate From Taking Action on Visitation; Education Key to 69 Chest Drive;...
U. Senate Considers Extended Visitation; Pearson Addresses Budget Fears; Student Drug Hearings Continue; Ritual Remains Mistaken for Cult-Related Activity; History Department Discusses Questions of Holocaust
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