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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 043, No. 06 (Nov. 8, 1918)'

    • 'Vol. 43, No. 6'
    • 1918-11-08
    • Miami's Quota Is $6500.00 In War Work Drive; Women Are Back After Absence Of Five Weeks; Fifteen To Be At Camp Grant By November 14; Miami Scores In Every Quarter In Second Inter-Collegiate Game
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 43 (Mar. 30, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 43 [Vol. 76, No. 43]'
    • 1927-03-30
    • New Appointee to Staff of German Department is Graduate of Akron; Bishop Girls to Give Vaudeville; Frosh Cap-Burning to be Held Friday; Miami Man is Made Defense Witness in Ford-Sapiro Trial; President Hughes Goes to Columbus Tuesday; Business...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 052, No. 50 (May 1, 1928)'

    • 'Vol. 52, No. 50'
    • 1928-05-01
    • 'Oswald Receives Crown For King At Midnight Fest; Famous Educator, T. A. Clark, To Be Here Thursday; Campus Crowns M. Todhunter As Queen Of May; Professor H. White Attends Meeting; Mr. Hodgin Exhibits Belgian Paintings; Mrs. Catherine Foster To...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 50 (Apr. 23, 1935)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 50'
    • 1935-04-23
    • 'Youth Movement Leader to Speak in Assembly; Rhodes Scholar Applications Due in Fall; Senior Ball Tickets Sold Out; To Have Floor Show; Senior Orchesis to Give Drama; High School Students Come to Visit Campus May 3, 4'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 058, No. 02 (Sept. 20, 1935)'

    • 'Vol. 58, No. 2'
    • 1935-09-20
    • Edwin Emerson Will Speak at Memorial Assembly in Withrow Court Thursday; Education School Honor Roll Announced by Dean Ashbaugh Reaches Total of 222; Five Committees Named by Frosh Y; Five Achieve Straight A in Business School; Sailing on Alaskan...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 26 (Dec. 15, 1936)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 26'
    • 1936-12-15
    • 'Program of French Folk Tales, Old English Ballads to be Given at Assembly; Freshman to Give Two Plays Tonight; News Forums to Begin Again January 10; Senior Orchesis to Give Creative Dance Tonight; Broadcasters to Offer Epic'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 060, No. 32 (Feb. 5, 1937)'

    • 'Vol. 60, No. 32'
    • 1937-02-05
    • 'Football, Cross Country Men Awarded 29 Sweaters at M Banquet in Ogden Wednesday; Students to Judge Speech Semi-Finals; Sigma Nu to Hold Two Day Conclave; Old North Hall to be Finished by September; Five Students Augment Cast of MacBeth, Mid-Year...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 06 (Sep. 30, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 6'
    • 1938-09-30
    • 'Sororities Pledge 154 Girls From Freshmen, Upper Classes at Close of Silence Period; Faculty Predict Annihilation of Senior Baseball Hurlers; Trustees Accept Construction Bids for Hughes Wing; Campus-Wide Survey Ballots Reveal University Students...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 14 (Oct. 28, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 14'
    • 1938-10-28
    • Faculty Chest General Names Team Members; Mortar Board to Hold First Frosh 'Coffee'; 'Dark Tower' Murder to Have Spooky Setting; Union Building Plans Discussed at Luncheon; Holderman to Play For Strut; Dean W.G. Katz to Present Talk;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 062, No. 56 (May 5, 1939)'

    • 'Vol. 62, No. 56'
    • 1939-05-05
    • The Miami Student Replaces Dartmouth Colleges Paper as Oldest in United States; Miami vs. Miami -- It's Becoming a Feud; Student Activity Fee Redistributed By S-F Council; Jean Curpen Chosen May Queen
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 14 (Oct. 31, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 14'
    • 1941-10-31
    • 'YM, YW Teams Ready For Drive; Tragedian Performs in Benton; Revolutionary Theory Advanced by Botanist; Reviewer Commands Tower Play Direction; Modern College Student Condemned by Registrar; Shortage of Essential Oils Near Says Gray;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 17 (Nov. 11, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 17'
    • 1941-11-11
    • 'To Show Colored Movies; Fewer Blue Books, Scratch Pads! Paper Shortage Reported By OPM; University Professors Begin Defense Courses in Dayton; Byrd Expedition Begins Work at Local Office; CPT Program To Be Revised at Semester;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 31 (Feb. 2, 1943)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 31'
    • 1942-02-02
    • Woellhaf's Play To Be Presented; Bain Plans Marriage Lecture; Bob Chester Scheduled For Prom; Prof. Niswonger Secures OPA Job; Prof. E. G. Mead To Offer Recital; Changes Made In Faculty Membership; Civilian Squadron Interviews Women
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 02 (Sept. 18, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 2'
    • 1942-09-18
    • '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'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 38 (Feb. 26, 1943)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 38'
    • 1943-02-26
    • 'Herron In Navy's Hands, Benton Officials Confirm; Karstaedt Places First In Contest; Babcock To Speak In Hepburn Lounge; Lecture Series To Present Critic John Anderson; Students Again Condemn War in Survey of Opinion'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 069, No. 01 (Sept. 17, 1943)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 1'
    • 1943-09-17
    • H. N. Abegglen to Supervise Mystery Play; Jane Bourne to be Acting YW Secretary; A. C. Wickenden to be in Charge of YM Activities; Board Appoints Eleanor Bryan Business Manager of Student; Lieutenant Weber Returns to Visit University Airfield
    • '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. 069, No. 21 (Feb. 24, 1944)'

    • 'Vol. 69, No. 21'
    • 1944-02-24
    • 'Orchestra, Gross to Present Next Pop Concert; Ohio Republican H.H. Burton to Talk at Benton March 5; Speech Teacher Dorothy Oliver Replaces Porter; Frou-Frou Favored by Female Fighters; Kessler Stars as Reds Suffer Second Defeat;'
    • '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. 070, No. 17 (Feb. 17, 1945)'

    • 'Vol. 70, No. 17'
    • 1945-02-17
    • 'Campus Mourns Death of Pres. A. H. Upham; Chapter to Close in Navy Log Book; Elliott to Visit Campus, Assist in Celebration; Beauty Expert Praises, Naturalness, Lack of Line, of Women Students'
    • '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. 072, No. 62 (Aug. 8, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 72, No. 62'
    • 1947-08-08
    • 'Margaret Daum, Met Star, to Appear in Benton; Professor French Teaches at U.I.; Mom Myers Dies Wednesday After Major Operation; Benton to Receive Improvements Before Fall Term; Route 732 Near Oxford Improved; Brazilian Student Gets Scholarship...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 074, No. 04 (Sept. 28, 1948)'

    • 'Vol. 74, No. 4'
    • 1948-09-28
    • 'Ad-Interim Committee Rules Out Plans for Proposed Migration Day; Mortar Board, ODK Name Fruth, Mowrey Homecoming Heads; Sale of Sophomore Hop Tickets to Open Thursday in Benton; Enrollment Sets Record with 5390; Cosmopolitan Club to Sponsor Open...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 074, No. 42 (Mar. 22, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 74, No. 42'
    • 1949-03-22
    • 'Brickels Replaces Retiring Foster as Basketball Coach; Carol Clark to Head W A A for Coming Year; Alpha Phi Omega Chapter Initiates President Hahne; Take Last Chance, Contribute; Greek Orphan Adopted by Panhellenic Association'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 074, No. 43 (Mar. 25, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 74, No. 43'
    • 1949-03-25
    • 'Dr. Kenneth I. Brown to Address Phi Betes; Hahne, Dolibois to Address Alumni Association Meetings; New Requirements for A. B. Degree Approved by Senate; YM Elects Jack Moser President; S-FC Picks McCoy, Schrock to Serve as Alternates on...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 09 (Oct. 14, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 9'
    • 1949-10-14
    • 'Redskin Gridders to Meet Mighty Panthers at Pitt Stadium Tomorrow; Freshman Class to Elect Council Members Nov. 1; Ticket Sale for Dance to Begin; School, Church to Sponsor Mead Recital; Varsity to Feature Clarks Orchestra'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 51 (May 2, 1950)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 51'
    • 1950-05-02
    • Miami Greek Week to Open Officially as Stavole Carries Torch to Campus; Grand Processional of May Day Queen to Herald Festivities; Student Vote on CIC Issue Fails to Sway Eatery Owners; 'Night on Olympus' to Star Patti Page;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 076, No. 20 (Dec. 5, 1950)'

    • 'Vol. 76, No. 20'
    • 1950-12-05
    • '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...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 076, No. 32 (Feb. 16, 1951)'

    • 'Vol. 76, No. 32'
    • 1951-02-16
    • 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

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