Interstate Collegiate Athletic Association; A Minstrel Entertainment; Misconduct in the Library; Buildings and Grounds Improvement; Ohio Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association; Elocution; John Ruskin; Puritan and Cavalier; Fraternity News; Locals;...
The University Quartette; Wilber J. Greer; Death of Professor Robert H. Bishop; Commencement; Alumni Meeting; The Address Before the Literary Societies; Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees; Locals; Fraternity News; Erodelphian Hall; Society of...
Flight Talks Inaugurated by University; WAVES Stationed at Radio School; Housing Problem to be Discussed at Conference; Venus of the Airways; Members of Forum Panel Discuss Subject of Minority Groups in Last of Series
'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;'
'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;'
'Miami Continues Marine Training, Six Terms to Supplement Harvard, Wellesley Schools; Paint Flies, Ideas Flourish as Crew Stages 'The Women'; Patricia Travers to Present Concerts; Red Fighters Win Golden Glove- Canaday, Small Knockout Foe, Kaluger...
'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;'
Freshman Council Election Date Set; Pop Concert to Spotlight Two Soloists; Seventeen Seniors Chosen Candidates for Who's Who; Dollars for Destiny to Assist Unfortunate Fellow Students Embittered by Global War
'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'
'Two Male Candidates Top Freshman Vote; Dean Announces New Major Units; Shakespearean Comedy Slated for Dec. 1-2; College Executive to Speak to YW; Budget Revised by S-FC; Thanksgiving Trot to Feature Owls, SWAC Floor Show'
'Rally to Spark Bond Campaign; Fraternities Hound Rushees for Planting; Concert Groups to Present Weekend Musical Programs; Alls Well at Towers Theatre Friday, Saturday; Hop Queen Candidates Announced'
'Campus Treasure to Fall Under Gavel of Auctioneer at Red Cross Benefit; L. A. College Named Arts, Science Division, Scope Widened for Flexibility; Five Million Dollar Post War Expansion Program Features Union Building, Dormitories'
'Hope Johns Chooses Six Attendants for May Day; Realism Loses to Idealism in Conference; M. Brown, Latin American Expert, to Address Institute; EXTRA; Roosevelt Dies; Death Parallels Lincoln Tragedy; Hemorrhage Proves Fatal; Realism Loses to...
'Ruml to Address 221 Graduates Tomorrow; Mrs. Thomson Resigns Post, Henderson to Head Western; Prof. W.K. Jones to Head Spanish Classes in Europe; Air Force Captain J.W. Gee Tells of V-E Day London Style'
'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...
Unbeaten Redskins to Battle Ohio Bobcats; Naval Trainees Bring New Life to Miami's Wartime Athletic Teams; Council Plans Recision of 1928 Constitution; 144 Miamians Listed as Killed in Latest Report on War Dead;
Students to Hear Millett; du Pont Director to Demonstrate Scientific Progress; Art-Science School Lists Honor Students; Library Displays Watercolors, Serigraphs in Faculty Exhibit; Fraternities Announce Pledging of 287 Men; Requirements Extend Duty...
Senate Discusses Position, Selection of Class Chairmen; Hillel to Hold Special Rites for Honakkah; Farewell Parties to Honor Group of Foreign Teachers; Vocalists to Give Concert; Astrid Varnay to Appear in Artists Series Tonight
Alpha Phi Omega to Sponsor Vacation Luggage Collection; 8 Finalists to Contend in Contest; Caroling, Vesper Service to Observe Yule Season; A Cappella to Present Numbers; Railways Offer Special Rates for Students
Redhead to Reign at Carrot Top Capers; Flanagan to Appear for Prom; Show to Hold Cast Selection, Recall Tryouts; Ball, Local Florist, Dies in Cincinnati, Taught Radio Here; Play Features Sophistication, Witty Comedy