Nine Times Over the Top is Topic of Sergeant Gordon's War Lecture; Rumors of Shortage in Coal are False; Two Miami Professors are Offered Responsible Positions in Paris YM Work; Severe Snowstorm Cannot Stop Final Miami Dress Parade; Organ Recital...
Men to Elect Junior Prom Queen by Voting in Dorms Monday Evening at Dinner; Sigma Nu to Hold Conclave to Celebrate Chapter Origin; Students to Judge Fiske Contestants; Phi Eta Sigma to Pledge Men at Assembly; Greek Leaders Plan to Teach New...
'Galbraith, Blaisdell Speak on All-Student Program at News Comment Series; United Press Agency Covers World for University Paper; Mortar Board to Honor 20; Quake Shocks Shake Oxford; Ted Shawn, Paralysis Victim, Now Marvel of Coordination'
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
Nation-Wide Views Sought by War Poll; U.S. Navy Band to Perform Here Tonight; Cups Awarded for Scholastic Achievement; Dream Home is Co-eds Joy as She Lives Wife's Routine; S-F Group Devises Plan to Remedy Cheating Problem; Women Crash Men's...
'Foreign Student to Choose War or Loss of Citizenship; Noted Violinist to be Initial Series Artist; Assembly Speaker Discusses People in Old, New India; Baccalaureate Ceremonies to be June 10; No Place Like America Says Hindu Speaker at Assembly'
'New Recensio Heads Appointed; H.N. Abegglen Chooses Cast of Spring Play; Beames, Mulford, Macqueene Voted Women's Officers; Jean Ernsberger to Present Senior Recital in Benton; Republican Mock Convention Chooses Dewey As Candidate for Presidential...
Peg Steig Elected President of WAA in Annual Elections; Film Group Announces Re-showing; Women's Phys Ed Director Schedules Spring Enrollment; Orchestra Plays with Precision; Barry Talks to Groups on Politics; Chairmen Approved for Freshman Halls;...
S-FC Okays Suggestions for Betterment of YM; Women Must Pay Deposits by April 12; ODK to Distribute Application Blanks; Phi Beta Kappa Plans Initiation with Speaker; Chairmen Named for Senior Ball Assistants Listed
'Selective Service Test Applications Available Monday; Activation Proposals Approved; Activity Forms Due Monday for ODK; Register Procedure Announced; Kappa Alpha Theta to Initiate Local AKE Chapter, Alumnae'
'Durfee Resigns Health Service Position, Students Receive Care in Modern 66 Bed Institution; Senate Revises Portion of Auto Regulations; Frosh Camp Gives Preview to Miami Life; Publications Open House on Sept. 19; Prospects of Sorority Rushing...
Important Draft Rule Explained; Colorful Blooms Now Grace Formal Gardens; Poet Robert Frost to Appear Monday at Withrow Court; YM Secretary Position Filled by Ditmeyer; Walls Leaves Campus- Rohr Seeks New Pivot
Y Elects McNiff, Talbert to Head Cabinet Positions; High School Ys to Send Delegates Here; Delta Kappa Epsilon Reaches 100 Year Mark, Plans Celebration; ODK Ticket Sales Begin, Themes Listed; Fisher Announces Alethenoi Deadline for Poetry Entries
Hoel Voted Chairman of Richard; Plans Now in Progress for New Student Center; Vogue Opens 19th Contest For Women; 260 Swell Education Enrollment; Upperclassmen to Continue Fall Rushing; Kent Freshman Girl Bites Boy; Hiram Struck by Flu Epidemic
Millet Accepts Dorsey Hall at Dedication; Coopers Flight Due to Complete Mercury Shots; West Berlin Called Island in Red Sea; Students Discard MUFTI as ROTC Complements Expand Membership; Fall Greek Week Centers Around Intellectual Doings; Provost...
Hagen to Lecture On Social Changes; Television Star Speaks On Radio-TV Careers; Uneasy Truce Prevails, Federal Troops Stand-by; Artists Series to Present Cleveland Brass Ensemble; ROTC Units March, Receive Medals, Awards
Pres. Kennedy Given State Funeral, Johnson Gathers National Support; Campus Shocked, Saddened at News of Assassination; Texas Nightclub Owner Slays Alleged Assassin of Kennedy; Thanksgiving Dates Back to the Days of Prophets; Achievements...
Congressmen To Speak At GOP Mock Convention; Vietnamese Reestablish Laos Bond; Symposium Explores Place Of University In Fine Arts; Senate Sells Bus Tickets For Home-Bound Miamians; Home Economics Majors Occupy Hanna House
YWCA, AWS Work in Women's Movement; SAC Votes Against Enforcement of Athletic Grooming Regulations; Youth Vote Affects Ohio Primary Results; Validity of Voting in Oxford Doubtful; Narcs Get Court O.K. To Buy, Sell;
Budget Cuts May Increase Tuition; Miami Posts Two Truman Scholars; Students Petition Council About Party Law; Smucker Appointed to Board; Professor Selected as Dean; Former Poet Laureate to Speak at Miami U
Nationals Evict Phi Delts; Around the World in 30 Days; Sex Week Educates Students; Guest Professor Lectures On Leadership, Time Management; Russert to Visit Butler County; Local Woman Gives Birth at a Marathon Gas Station; Your Guide to On Campus...
University Attempts to Combat Upcoming Loss of Faculty; Miami Installs Largest US Nuclear Spectrometer; Cross Country Sitting 9th in Great Lakes Region; Newly Nominated Students Arrive on MUPD Student Advisory Board;
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