'University, Western College May be Hosts to Assembly of Student Christian Groups; Retiring Professor to be Given Dinner; Seven to End Absence Leave in September; ODK Initiates New Members; O.C.N.A. Gives Miami Student Second Place'
'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'
State Legislature Conference Committee Approves Appropriations For University; Service Prize Awarded To Margaret Kallmeyer; Paul V. Smith Chosen New Head oF ODK; Dedication Of Beta Tower Scheduled For Tomorrow; Ruth Anna Harrod To Offer Recital...
'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...
Fischer Speaks On War In Asia; State Proposes Fitness Program; Webber To Speak On Social Actions Affected By War; Chaplain To Speak At First Vespers Sunday At Benton; Dr. S. G. Inman Stresses Need For Solidarity; Bowlers Idle
'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'
'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;'
Mock Convention Opens Today in WIthrow; Radio Station Introduces Commercials; Touring Company to Present Comedy; Philosopher to Lecture on Thursday; Eighty-One Candidates to Campaign for Campus Government Positions
'Homecoming King, Queen Candidates Announced; Hironaka, Cartoonist, Sketches Indian Characters for Student; Phi Eta Sigma Elects Hefner as Secretary; YM Invites Men to Attend Ohio Camp Conference; Group to Sponsor Dance Thursday'
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...
Kickoff Banquet to Launch Chest Drive; Film Society Has Comedies on Program; Green Announces Panhellenic Dance Committee Heads; Life Reporter Bourke-White to Speak for Lecture Series; Goodbye My Fancy to Open Thursday; Recensio Picture Deadline...
'Over 70 Changes, Additions Made to University Staff; Miss Smith Assumes Duties as Assistant Dean of Women; Residence Hall Hours Revised for Women; AFROTC Unit has Increase in Enrollment; Bob Peek to Run for City Council; Puff Takes On-Job Course...
Thobe's Fountain Disintegrates as did Deacon's Masterpiece; Poet Robert Frost to Present First Program of Series; Dean Smith to Speak in Benton; Durfee Goes to Oberlin as Director; Dr. Smith Added to Health Service Consulting Staff
U.S. Policy in Vietnam Meets Heated Debate; Speaker Explains Leadership Crisis Facing Today's University Society; Protagonists for Peace Seek War Alternatives; Faculty Salaries- A Student Study-in-Depth; PR Man Howard Disseminates News; Interest...
Student Guild Convocation Tomorrow, Senate Presidents Invites Solidarity; Ballot To Determine Student Representation In University Senate; Freshmen Form Party For Increased Rights; Class Changes by Computer Run Smoothly; Research Associate Gets...
Student Guild Created, 2000 March on Lewis Place; Shriver Turns Down Request To End Classes; Visitation for Homecoming--Maybe; Moon Walker To Speak At Graduation; Fifty File for Senate, Applications Due Sunday; Beer in Res May Flow Before Spring
Miami's Record on Drugs Comparatively Clean; No Business as Usual Oct. 15 As War Protest Takes Over; Senate Vows Protection Of Moratorium Students; Blue Ribbon To Be Re-evaluated; False ID's May Bring About Severe Consequences for Student Users
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
Trustees Set In-State Guidelines; Associate Officer Explains National AAUP Operations; Residential Conditions Scrutinized- Inequalities Present; Education Called Problem With Women's Liberation; UNICEF Seeking Nationwide Funds to Aid Postwar Nigeria
Black Studies Program Now Offers AB Degree; Oxford, Campus Quiet, Ten Nabbed for Curfew; OSU Tense, BG Quiet; Senate Office Elections are Rescheduled; National Petition Group Seeking Money, Signatures to End War
Councils Student Seats to be Filled Tomorrow; Loss of Youth Feared in Presidential Report; Church, State Collide Over Abortion; Suit Against Miami Halted by Plaintiffs; Miami Greek System Flourishes with New Stress on Individuality
SAC Continues Finance Discussion But No Action Taken on Measure; Schlesinger Says Change in World Cause of Unrest; Women's Day Monday In Memory of Strike; Outstanding Prof Voting Outlined; Blacks, Whites Misinformed By Racist Educational System
Ox College Blackouts Termed Critical; Western Room, Board Open to Miami Men; Econ. Prof. Thatcher Dies at 57; Luctrician Johnson; Relevant Themes, Music Heard in Kumler Chapel; Freshman Ziegler Slick on Diamond;
Trustees Reject Visitation, Senate, AWS Dismayed; High Cost Discourages Golf Course; Curriculum, Enrollment Increase, Cause Registration Confusion; Fr. Ron Directs Center; $500 Granted in Effort to Prevent Hall Razing; Adams Athlete of Year
Students Crowd Elections' Board For Registration; Miami Indians Approve Use of 'Redskins' Here; Oxford Woman Victim of Fatal Assault; Phi Kappa Psi Opens House; Installations Postpone Kreger Hall Opening;
Day, Burke Head List of Senate Winners; Student Fund To Provide Financial Aid; Fisher Hall Renovation Receives Trustees' OK; Muhammad Ali Speaks March 1; Health Coalition Plans Suit Over Contraceptives; Shriver Emphasizes Quality Growth; Proposal...
Gilligan Announces New Trustees; State Budget Still Under Fire; University Women Shine in AWS Honors Program, Lembright Takes Top Award; Safety Prompts Action on Area Bicycle Routes; Mack Autograph Collection Sweeps from Pope Paul to Golda Meir
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
King film, Fitch to highlight Civil Rights Day; Western's president Spencer disturbed by 'incomplete facts'; 'Circle of 1,000' theme of Miami Chest; Organizations' funding requests due; Athletic Board seeking Mallory replacement
North Central Gives Miami Highest Rating; Viewers Tune in to First-Ever Television Course; Federal Work-Study Funds Hiked; Jurgenson Sworn in as New Miami Trustee; Viewers Tune In to First-Ever Television Course
Board to be Told Fee Hike Likely; Bishop Hall to House Co-Ed Honor Students; Miami Sex Harassment Studied; Greeks get Mild Treatment; Snake River Bird Conservation Area in Jeopardy; Pearson Brings New Optimism; Human Origin, Adam or Apes; Schools...