'Miami University Launches Big 1, 000, 000 Campaign for Many Needed Improvements; Professor Baudin; Miami Glee Club Completes Very Successful Tour; Registration Fees to Be Increased; Lambda Tau Pledges; McNeilly is Elected Y. M. President for Next...
'200 Dads Attend Annual Holiday November Sixth; Gethman Speaks to Students on Czech Problems; Dean Elizabeth Hamilton visits Grace Steinbeck in China World Tour; Dr. S.P. Noe, Curator, Talks on Coins to Latins and Greeks'
Dr. Reed Speaks At Sociology Meeting; Crash Investigation Seeks Definite Ends; Story Of Mid-Year Comedy Built Around Possession Of Jewel; Dr. Todd To Speak In Sunday Vespers; Prof. Smith To Teach In Univ. Of Wisconsin
'Teacher, Former Students Reported Victims Of War; Albers, Pease Win Phi Beta Award; Prof. S. A. Switzer Appointed Captain; J. K. Dill Promoted; Van Voorhis To Arrange Fall Softball Intramurals Monday'
'Miami Volunteer Corps To Begin Active Training; Professors Introduce Bond Drive; Recommendations Made By Council; Cooper vs. Bonham Duel Seen As Cards, Yanks Open Series; Former Redskin Star, Jack Meier, Plays For Pylons'
'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...
'Ruml to Address 221 Graduates Tomorrow; Mrs. Thomson Resigns Post, Henderson to Head Western; Prof. W.K. Jones to Head Spanish Classes in Europe; Air Force Captain J.W. Gee Tells of V-E Day London Style'
Rising Costs Delay Immediate Plans for Naval Building; Campus to Aid National Drive for Clothing; Council Considers Statistics in Fraternity House Question; Oxford to Find Relief as New Eateries Plan to Accommodate Surplus Population
Glos Crowns Bob Wieche King of Hop; NROTC Unit to March in Last Formal Drill; Faculty Plans Vets Wives Class Series; Local Merchants Lose Little Sleep Over Vague Plans for Student Union; Coronation of May Queen to Climax Days Activities
'Tomahawk Staff Heads Announced; Graduation Plans Completed, Admiral to Give Address; Seven Tapped by ODK at Senior Ball; Bill Osgood, Syd Stewart Pace Victors; Lois Murphy Wins Phillips Award at WAA Ceremonies;'
'S-FC Investigates Hospital Service; Dawson Chuang, Chinese Exchange Student, Describes Life Under Japanese Occupation; Oxford Operators Suffer Call of the Wild Complex; Plans for Artist Series Cramped by Lack of Space; Vets to Voice Opinions at...
Student Killed in Auto Crash Late Sunday; Dolibois Relates War Experiences; University Seeks Data on Returned Student Veterans; Hahne Announces Plans for New Fine Arts Structure; Ice Cap Named After Professor
'Violinist Isaac Stern to Give Concert in Withrow Monday; Professor to Cavort, Vaudeville Here Again; Prof. E.C. Hill Granted Leave to Write Book; Lansaw Connects in Last Minute Thriller for First MAC Victory'
'Mrs. Dennison Chosen 'Mother of the Year'; Fire Damages Sig Ep House Wednesday; Fraternities, Sororities Plan Musical Events for Mothers; DP Students to Study Here in Fall Term; S-FC Selects Mechem President, Retiring Council Votes Riot Payment;...
'Plans for Housing of Dads by Stanton Women Completed; Sorority Bids Issued Today to Rushees; WAA Members to Sponsor Party Friday at Cabin; Play Cast Picked, Rehearsals Begin; Price Set on Tickets for Hop'
S-FC to Rule on Protested Freshman Vote; Reporter to Speak in Benton; String Quartet to Hold Recital in Benton Hall; Chest Drive Nears $8500 Goal; Barbershop Quartets Must File Entries; New Staff of M-Book Announced
'Final Ballot Count Results in All-Male Freshman Council; Productions Announced by Towers; Retired Professor Burton T. French to Talk in Benton; Pep Rally to Rouse Game Spirit; Turkey, Cincy Days Combined to Begin Traditional Migration'
'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...
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
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
'University Prepares Expanded Summer School Curriculum; Italian Play to Open in Towers; Dr. Slutz to Talk at Series; Navy Ball to Honor Marine Corps, Theme Will Depict Historic Battles; IR Voting Scheduled for Today'
'Greek Week Events to Begin April 11, Schedule Announced; John Heisey to Give Senior Recital Sunday; S-FC to Set Voting Date at Meeting; Students Must Register for Lower Train Rates; Payments of Room Fees Due'
'S-FC to Consider Miami Chest Drive Recommendations; Deposits for Rooms Due Soon; Theatre Group to Produce Greek Tragedy; Nippert to Speak at Initiation Banquet of Beta Gamma Sigma; Burnett, Ellwood to Attend Women Students Meeting'
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
'Guardsman Tickets on Sale in Harrison Through Saturday; Candidates for UMOC Announced; S-FC to Elect New Officers, Consider Chest Compromises; Assembly to Feature Speakers; Preparations Near Completion for July Russo-American Affairs Institute...