'Review of the Life of Honorable Samuel W. Parker; Honorable William J. Rusk, Mayor of Oxford; Resignation of Dr. Dan Millikin from the Board of Trustees; Elocution Classes; Management of the Miami Student; Preparations for Commencement; Meeting of...
Opera is Feature of Lyceum Opening; Dr. B. M. Davis Presents Miami at Bowling Green; Big Red Team Loses Hard Battle to Denison; Who Shall Go To College is Vital Topic of the Day; Sophomores Elect Officers for 1922
Casper Recuperating from Auto Injuries; Education Dean to go to Washington; Women's League to Sponsor Leap Year Dance February 27; Cords for College Men Win Approval; Kay Kyser's Band Booked for Prom; Withrow Court Pronounced OK as Auditorium
'Tickets for Negro Play Go On Sale November 3; McGuffey Exhibits Textile Products; Dr. Koo to Speak at Presser Hall; Superstition Still Prevails Over Most Students Here at Miami; Cain and Zeba, Funsters in Green Pastures, Seem Happy; Freshman Y.W....
Final Plans for Pageant; Redskins to See Action Tomorrow; Dinosaurs Walk Again in Zoology Museum at Brice; Schools Observe Birthday of William Holmes McGuffey; Our Bundling Board; Committee Named to Plan Student Assembly Program
Dr. C.C. Smith to Give Talk in Benton Hall; Dora M. Lyon to Give Solos Over Radio; Dr. Wilzbach Gives Sixth Marriage Talk; Record Number of Students to Compete in Sectional Music Festival Here This Weekend; Religious Counselor to Speak at Assembly...
'State Grants $30,000 Emergency Appropriation for Construction of University-Owned Airport; Herbert Saito to Teach Non-Credit Course in Japanese Next Semester; Members of Faculty to Leave; Campus Receives Weather , Kiosk,'
'Life, Conditions in the Philippines Described by Flor De Lys Santos; Prof. C.T. Holman to Speak Sunday; Miami Boxers Score Triumphs; Leading Men Chosen to IM All-star Squad; War Discussion Groups Organized for Students'
'Dick Bell Named Winner; Confirms Stationing Of 400 WAVES Here; WAAC Heads Interviewing Here Today; Holderman To Provide Ball Music; Prof. G. R. Hood Enters Air Corps; Bruck, Bizyk Nagel Present Miami Views; Anderson Discusses American Theater'
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
'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'
'Religion in Life Week to Bring Nine Speakers, to Open Feb. 13; Juniors to Begin Class Registration Schedule Tomorrow; Library Gains Wright Books from Estate; University Glee Club to Sing in Assembly; Panhell Approves Party Affiliation'
'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...
'Jane Dallas Crowned May Queen; Anne Guthrie, World-Famous Traveler, to Speak Thursday; Prof. Eve List to Give Piano Program at Oxford College; Bob Pulley Named Next President of Phi Eta Sigma; Truman Health Program Debated By Vail, Durfee; Wright,...
'Dr. Sabin to Lecture on Polio; Negroes Served in Most, Not All Local Restaurants, Checks Reveals; Alderman Releases Placement Officers List for Seniors; A Cappella Singers to Present Mass, Handel Passages on Sunday'
University Purchases Microscope; Women's League Announces House Chairman Appointments for Freshman Residence Halls; Sophomores Allowed Class Cuts for Tests; Ms. Pahk Urges Cooperation in War Against Communism;
'S-FC Bucks Chest, Urges Dorm Hours Revision; Head Residents Hear Speech on Counseling; Staff to Distribute First Tomahawk Issue Next Week; Card Shark to Gather for Hoyle Holiday; Reese, Koman Elected Homecoming Queen, King'
'Miami's Greatest Building Period Continues; Addition of New Faculty Members Swells Staff; Construction Begun Recently on South Hall, Natatorium; University Announces 17 New Residence Heads; Concerts, Lectures Scheduled'