Americas Autocrat; Immigration; The Final Examination; The College Land Grant Bill; The Passing of the Sleeper Bill; Complaints Against the Salisbury Government; Local Oratorical Contest; Local; Alumni Association; Exchanges
Apropos of Senior-Faculty Game; The Intercollegiate Debate; The Miami Museum; Lake Erie Student Conference; Reception for President Benton and Senator Huffman; Miami Dramatic Club; The Miami Student Minstrels; Awards in Song Contest; Athletic Meet...
'All Miami Day to be Observed on February 15; Former Miami Coed Tells of Arrival at French University; Dinner at Ogden Given in Honor of Dr. Koffka; Young, Schmitz Awarded Fisk Oratory Prizes; Koffka Speaks to Large Audience in Benton Auditorium;...
'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;'
'Gov. White Appoints Dean Kratt State Choral Head; Newspaper Man Speaks At Banquet; Designs Drawn By Students Of Architecture As Experiment To Install Competitive Design; Burns, Poet, Depicts War; 'Nationalists' Bar Progress;'
Sororities to Initiate 92 Upperclass Women; Gain of Eight Over Last Year; News Meeting is Attended by 300 Students; Donor of Guest House Visitor Here; Yellowed Pages of Century Old Journal Disclose the Ambitions of Miami Alumnus
S-F Council Names Heads of Elections Committee; Former Idaho Representative Says Miami Great University; New President Inaugurated at Ohio U. Friday; Hills to Re-Echo to Roar of Faculty Trios Blunderbusses as the Annual Drive Against Elusive...
'Editor Attacks Prexy, Hides Out In Oxford; Sandefur, Shideler Attend ODK Meet; Lieutenant Kumjorn Gesticulates To Express Love Of University; Philip Morris To Sponsor Game Contest; Coach Rider Uses NYA Man To Check Past Of 'M' Club'
Prominent Speakers Open Religion-In-Life Program; F.A. Wade to Show Byrd Film; Concert Violinist Likes U.S. Boogie-Woogie; Mary Janet Hayes to Sing Over WLW As Guest Artist; Ten Best Living American Poets to be Chosen by Nation-wide Poll; G.R....
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
Gordon's Band Signed to Play at Miami Triad; Schaeffer to Conduct Own Score; Towers Play Cast Chosen by Miss Flood; Bill Foote Elected; Miami Trackmen to Run at Iowa at Drake Relays; Dr. Lionel Marks to Give Lecture
'Prugh, Bell Named Student Editorial Staff Heads; Council Reports Blood Donor Plan; Miss Flood Presents Production; Union Building Group to Form Legal Body; Council Suggests Student Representatives in Senate; Naval Radio Commander on Hand to...
'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'
Redskin Warriors Prepare For Kent State Game; Swarthout To Demonstrate New Idea In Concert Music; Town's First USO Clubroom To Hold Opening Tomorrow; Naval Training Station Gridders Journey To DePauw Tomorrow
'Novelist To Talk Monday; Committee Revamps Bond Drive; Grissy Goes Glamorous, Gets Help At Women's League Dance; Duning Given Governmental Appointment; Arthur Debenarde Among War Dead; Faulkner To Speak; Capt. Wade Enters Officers Training'
'Alderman Approves Volunteers; Undersecretary Appleby To Head Panel Discussion; Wickenden Discusses Moral, Spiritual Side Of Marriage; Rabbi J.G. Heller Talks At Vespers; Ray Palaia Sees Miami As Airman'
'Red Cross Unit To Visit Oxford; Street, Allen, Head Campus Religion Week; Fourth War Loan Drive Seeks $500 Goal Today; Campus, Libe and All - It's Heaven to Cpl. Herb Saito, Back for Last Fling; Earlham Latest Red Cage Victim;'
'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'
'Student Ranks First Among Ohio Weeklies; Coffman, Linck Fill Top Student Posts; Election Slated for Tuesday; Carnival, Pig Race, Yews Mark Spring Day Secret; Madrigal to Sing Varied Selections in Spring Concert'
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
'Vets Make Plans For First Reunion Alumni Day, June 1; Bongartz Elected to CIC Presidency; Evelyn Borcherding to Reign at Meet; Seniors Donate Funds to Union, Elect Secretary; Fraternity Sing Program Announced'
'Miami to Get Nearly Four Million Dollars; Chemistry Professor Dis at Home; Lodges Dining Hall Opens, Serves 490; Ys to Discuss Future Wars, UN April 10; Fraternity Offices Near Completion; Hindus Says No Battle with USSR'
'Special Train Tickets Put on Sale in Benton; Restaurants Feature Joe Reichman Trio Records this Week; Crosby Ses Final Date for Exam; Mowrey, Fruth Name Subcommittee Chairmen; Liberty Foils Communist Schemes in Germany, Says Paul Watkins'
Festivities to Begin for Homecoming with Bonfire Friday; Chest Co-Chairmen Name Team Captains for Annual Drive; Freshman Candidates to Assemble; Tribe Tops Ohio U in Rain Soaked Game 21-0; Former Hitler Youth Relates War Experiences Under German...
University to Shorten Classes on Saturday; Miss Graham to Present Dance Concert; Madrigal Chorus Renders Christmas Songs Effectively; Wright Brothers Heirs Donate Wind Tunnel for Experiments Here; Abegglen Announces Play Cast