Dr. W.W. Boyd Will Join Famous Group; 1922-23 Lyceum Card is Announced by Minnich; Fighting Big Reds Defeat Ohio Northern; Twilight Recital to be Given Soon; Large Telescope is Purchased for Astronomy Department
Betty Moore Suffers Appendicitis Attack; Lorado Taft Honored by Art Organization; Fraternities and Sororities Complete Rushing Period; Valentine Varsity Planned After Game; Recensio Contest Photographs Due
'Letters to be Awarded at M Banquet Dec. 3; Bearcats and Redskins to Mix in 34th Renewal of Grid Hostilities Thanksgiving Day; Frosh Play Group Holds Practices; Depression Hop to be Held Tomorrow; Three Dead, One Hurt Returning from Game'
'Talk on Place of Art, Beauty In Our Culture; Prof. R. Bain Speaks at Sociology Meeting; Orchestra Plays at Musical Vesper; Auditor of Student Organizations Submits Report of Class of 1932; Dean Ashbaugh goes to Washington D.C.; Faculty Will Attend...
Dean Hamilton in Arizona; Residents Petition to Rename Race Street; Language Convention Honors H. J. Russell; Doctor of Philosophy Degree Conferred on Professor Wickenden; Dean Warns Alumnae of The Danger Years; Dr. Bain to Discuss Future of...
Coach Pittser Turns In Resignation; Dr. Evans to Relate Sciences to Life; G. Locher Exhibits Recording Machine; Labor Party Leader of England to Speak at Vespers Sunday; Mrs. Havighurst Reads Own Poetry;
Prom Queen to be Chosen by Men Next Week; Announce Corry-Gledhill Marriage; Grant Professor Switzer Leave of Absence; Women Debaters to Discuss War Debts; R. Darragh Honored by Delta Sigma Pi; Decrease in Athletic Receipts Shown in '31
'Profits Large on Student of Year 1930-31; Business Publication to be Discontinued; Summer Sessions of University to Open on June 20, Aug. 1; Prof Gets Letter from Foreign Grad; Noted Lecturer to Speak at Assembly'
Scholarship Honors Go to Women for Semester; Spencer Awarded Yale Fellowship; Stan Stanley to Play for Annual Senior Ball; Les Politiques to Meet as Committee at Mock Convention; Cincinnati Welfare Director to Speak; Education Trends Discussed by...
To Centralize Boarding Department of University; Primary Election System Up For Trial Before Student Body Tomorrow; Faculty Discusses New Exam Program; Western Women Walk Streets at Night on Lookout for Prowler Lurking in Dark;
'Senate Passes on Credit for Extra Activity; Election Petitions Due Monday, Council Rules; Breslau Professor Interprets Goethe in Centenary Talk; Two Hundred Vote at First Primary Election; New Social Event - the Freshman Strut Planned by Cabinet;...
Three Seniors Get Graduate Scholarships; Grad Named Head of Publicity Group; Professor J.V. McMillan Removed to Hospital; Dr. Brill to Speak on Treatment of Leprosy; Spanish Textbooks are Edited by Professors; Professor Howard gets Favorable Comment
Balloting In Progress As Mock Convention Meets; Speech Contest Won By Jesse Jenson; Politics To Reach Zenith Tuesday When Students March Upon Benton; Phi Beta Phi to Hear Journalist; Council Ordinance Affects Salesmen;
'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;'
'Ruth Harris Heads Religious Council; Class of 1932 Decides To Establish $1300 Loan Fund For Needy Seniors, Juniors From Big Treasury Surplus; Dr. White to Speak At Antioch College; Havighurst Invited To MacDowell Colony;'
'Dr. Upham Welcomes Students; Freshman Men Hear About College At Hamilton Camp; J. V. MacMillan Dies Suddenly; Frosh Week Opens With Address, Mixers, Meetings; 50 Redskins Report for First Drills Monday;'
Phi Betes' Cup To Be Presented; Eighth Annual Miami Chest Campaign For $5000 Funds To Open October 11; A.A. Milne Drama To Be Played; 500 Students Expected To Vote in Coming Elections; Switzer Awarded Motor Co. Prize
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;'