Greater Miami; An Unhonored Hero; Ordovican Fossils from a Vertical Section 45 Feet in Height as Eroded in Collins Run Near Oxford; The Sigma Chi Semi-Centennial; The McFarland Mathematics Prize; Events of Commencement Week; Alumni Day; University...
'Cast for Mid-Year Play Tentatively Chosen by Prof. Gates; Upham to Deliver Several Addresses; ''Flu Cases'' Record High Mark Wed.; Arion Present Handel's Messiah at Last Vespers; Ohio Colleges will Play Tough Teams;'
Lankes Illustrates Stories with Cuts; Attorney-General to Represent State in Jean West Court Case; To Install Reading Room in Ogden Hall; British Tax Burden Impresses Dr. Todd; Dr. Evans Lectures at Botany Club Meeting
'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'
'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;'
Miami Grading System Is Discussed By School Deans; Proposal for Payment of College Athletes Defeated; Calvin Coolidge Former President Dies Suddenly; Epidemic of Flu Worst In Years; Professors Help Hoover; Columbia Prof Would Revise Price System;
Bain Will Speak; Beta Kappa Moves; Trend Toward Correct Clothes; Thompson Speaks on Birth Control; Jewish Conference to be Here in February; Art Kassel to Play at Prom; Should Not Study on Full Stomach; Union Considered
Plans Made for Annual Chest Drive; To Honor Track and Football Men at Next Assembly; Tryouts for Fall Play in Progress; Frosh Will Frolic on Stage at Benton Hall in First Review; Final Tryouts for Play Held Tonight
Brevities Given in Assembly; Observatory Open to Students; O.D.K. Initiates Four Men; Severe Cases of Examinamania Observed; Social Training Aim of F.E.R.A.; Dean Howard Robinson Resigns to Teach at Ohio State in Fall; Art Prize Won by Pearl...
'Ted Shawn's Male Troupe to Present Last Artists Series Program, March 9; Symphony Group Schedule Changed; NYA Students Hold Unusual Jobs if Flat Tires Don't Interfere; Scholarships to be Offered by University; Capacity Crowd to Hear Don Bestor...
'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;'
'Army, Navy To Present Reserve Enlistment Plans; Philip C. Shera Saves Lives By Own Death; Grupe To Present Final Vocal Recital Sunday Afternoon; Former Miamian Dies In Air Crash; UC, Miami vie for Burkhardt Cup On May 30'
'Y Plans USO Aid Activity; Chest Drive Co-Chairmen Name Captains Of Teams; Swarthout To Present Artist Series Program; John McSweeney, Governor Nominee, To Speak Friday; Alston Leads Cross-Country Pack To Tape; H. Howard Named To Advisory Group'
'Double Enrollment Indicated as Veterans File Applications, 1500 Sign Up For First Term; Hahne Calls Meeting of Employees; Jeanne Cushing Elected President of Church Group; Tribe Nine to Meet Bobcats;'
Students to Vote Tomorrow on Homecoming Royalty; Opening Production of Towers Theatre to Start Thursday; Lloyd-Jones to Discuss Counseling; Kellums Shows Timely Movie During Lecture; S-FC May Postpone Elections
S-FC to Discuss NSA at Meeting Tonight; Millett Names 12 Students to Committee; Reid Aquamen Capture Frosh Swimming Title; Tom Jones Makes Summer AAU Tour Through Europe; Jealousy Rages Among Sexes as Shorts Reveal Kneecaps
Architect Students Plan Towns Development; Pres. Millett off to Mexico For Ford Study Program; Cancer Claims Mr. Sam, House Loses Noted Leader; Orchestra Initiates Season with Tchaikovsky Concert; Jacobs, Caylor, Longsworth are Miamis Unsung Heroes
Renovation Begins for McGuffey Hall; South Quad Sweeps Slate in Freshman Class Vote; Lodge Construction Begins; Moore Named MAC 'Back of the Week'; International Club Renames Show After Legend of Scheherazade
Case Calls Mass Student Movement to Columbus Very Successful Trip; Maintain Neutrality, Shriver Tells Staff; Oxford Merchants Would 'Druther' Return to Semesters; Miami Grad John Denise Named Assistant Director of Development;
High Standards Restrict MU Foreign Enrollment; Council on Student Affairs Eyes Rights Issue, Residence Policies; Ambassador to UN Addresses Ceremonies at Withrow Graduation; Organization Notes Low Interest in Cross-Cultural Social Enterprise; Angel...
Full Weekend Planned for Moms and Dads; Senate Votes Unanimously For ROTC Examination; VOD To Debate U.S. Priorities After Vietnam; Blue Ribbon Report Omits Residence Hall Policies; Do Clues to Beatles Mystery Death Lie Buried in Lyrics
Moratorium Off to Peaceful Start in Capitol; Fall Freshmen Allowed To Run For Senate Seats; Greeks Seek Independent Support; BSAA Offers Variety On Weekend Bill; Four Arrested as Roth Hearing Postponed
Civil Rights Investigation Planned Here; No State Support, Inflation Cause Possible Fee Hike; Consultant Named To Study University Plan; USO Selects University Theater For Tour of Overseas Institutions; January Date Selected For Vote On Senate
Advisory Board To Propose Student Trustees Appointment; Tight Market Creates Illegal Bike Demand; Canvassing Issue Unites Nixon, McGovern Forces; Kent State Suit Hits Kleindienst; Nader Release Profiles; Union to Guard Off-Campus Housing; A New...
Western New MU Frontier; New Service has Direct Impact; Competition for Students Must Increase Says Shriver; Planned Parenthood Clinics to Resume Fall Schedule; Residence Redefinition Adopted by Regents
Visitation Plan Advances to SAC; Administrators Still Opposed to 25-Hour; Rush Shows Increase; Energy Crisis May Affect Summer Classes; Miami Rescues Migrant Program; Levy, Requirement Option Needed; Moloney, Language for Liberal Education;...