'Changes in the Faculty; Professor Fred Campbell Whitcomb, B. Sc.; Professor Raymond Hugh Burke, B. Sc.; The M.U. Primer- Lesson I. An Introduction; Schedule of Games of Season, 1906; Growth of American Universities; Sport in England and America;...
Kisses and Yards At Oxford Theater; Percy McKaye Now a Reality at Miami; Sigma Delta Chi Initiates Four; Many Students Try For Bachelor Of Arts Degree With Honors; Miami's Championship Hopes Dampened By Lutheran Team
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
'Frank Lyman Elected to Academy at Annapolis, Curry Stoup Directs Coaching Class for New Cheer Leaders, A. J. Elliot to be at Miami University for Meetings Tues., Dean Brandon and Mr. Roudebush Talk to Fraternity Heads, Miss Johansen Sings at...
'James Baker Elected To Lead Y.M.C.A. During Spring And Coming Year; Lynn Baker Returns To Miami Wednesday; Campus Owls To Be Official Arts And Craft Guild European Band; Miami Forensic Tilt With Philippine Men To Take Place In April, Denison...
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;
'Christianity Associations to Assemble; Graduating Class Largest in History; Ohio Scholastic Heads to Hold Banquet Here; Bill Postlewaite, Elinor Hall Name Captains of Chest Drive; Freshmen Give Fourth Annual Revue Tonight'
Sigma Nu Bolts Representative Party to Join Progressives; Special Train Scheduled for Thanksgiving; Strikers Close Shops; New Deals Future Chosen as News Topic; Pres. A.H. Upham Advises Sororities to Seek Legal Advice in Lodge Struggle
'Political Parties to Rally at Herron Gym, Park Place Prior to Campus Elections; Far Eastern People's Friendliness, Despite War Scars, Impresses Dr. W.H. Shideler; Beloit College Head to Talk At Assembly;'
'To the Polls this Very Day Trooped the Freshman Class to Help Lady Fortune Cast; A Rocket Flashing Across McGuffey Gym Saturday Eve; Before an Awe-Struck Crowd Last Night in Benton Hall Miss Edna St. Vincent Millay, Temperamental, New England...
Reports From Deans Offices Indicate 36 Students Made Straight A Semester Grades; Seniors Hear Dr. Van Tassel on Marriage; Professors to Participate in U.C. Course; Power of Press Halts Squeaks in Irvin Hall
Stuart Chase to Talk Here on Economics; Dr. Van Tassel to Give Talk on Matrimony; University Ranks High in Number of Students Sent to Medical School; Treatise by Mr. Mattox Published by Magazine; Mr. George W. Thatcher Takes Over New Position as...
All Voters In Elections Tuesday Must Have Activity Books; Dr. Agard Speaks To Archaeologists; New Courses To Be Included In Summer School Curricula; Ridermen Open Cinder Season Here With Bishopmen Tomorrow; McDade Elected Trive Miami Prexy
Senior Ball Tickets Set Record; New Liberals to Compete in Elections; Dr. Nef Gives Last Lecture in Series; Redskin Nine to Face Earlham in Opener Tomorrow Afternoon; Outside Courses Given for Defense Program
'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'
Regular Fall Semester May Start November 1; Eastman to Speak at Easter Service; Lieut. Wiley Takes Charge of WTS Group; Short to Speak; Facts About Miami Stranger Than Fiction; Delta Chi 'A' Keglers Capture Championship
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
'Student Recreation Center Opening Set for September; Benton Post Filled by Earl V. Thesken; Second Summer Term Registration Scheduled for Withrow Court July 28; Speeches Open First Annual Conference; Bus Cancelled for Ball Game, To Go To Zoo for...
Committee Incorporates New Student Union; University to Resume Traditional Assembly; Construction Progresses on Buildings; WMUB to Start Operation Soon; FOrtunate Freshman Coeds Live in Luxury in Converted North Hall Recreation Room; Tamahawk to...
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
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
'Reservation to Open Before Nov. 1; Students to Vote Thursday Evening for Queen, King; Committee Names Homecoming Candidates; Rea Announces Three Student Appointments; Chest Drive Chairmen Seek Slogan in Contest'
'Burning of OU Effigy, Prediction by Thobe to Highlight Celebration; Tribe to Meet Ohio U in Saturdays Battle; Annual Homecoming Day Festivities Recall Celebrations of Former Years; Bonfire to Initiate Homecoming; Cwen Plans Homecoming Corsage Sale'
French Wins Federal Board Appointment; Lekvold Plans Organization of New Band; Chest Drive Subscriptions Total $8212; Sororities Vote for Adonis to Reign at Panhellenic Ball; Marine Band to Appear at First Artist Series
University Approves Newly Organized Local Fraternities; Quakers Sponsor Industrial Plant Internship Plan; Job Bureau to Arrange Interviews; Redskin Reservation Makes Grand Opening; Fine Arts Structure Started
'Fraternity Holds Memorial Services; SAEs, Pi Phis Plan to Give Orphans Yuletide Party; Action Needed to Relieve Poor Lighting System; Columbia Grand Opera Group to Appear in Artist Series; Students to Try Out for Musical'
Theatre Plans Presentation of Henry V; Garrison Cottage Damaged by Fire; Robert Hillyer to Present Informal Talk; Prof. E. F. Patten Receives Duplicate Carnegie Medal; Fisk Contest Deadline Set by Director