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Famous Spanish Documents Given by Miami Man; Many Miami Men Succeed in the Paper Industry ; Miss Molyneaux Accepts Position at Illinois Normal; News of Interchurch World Movement; Immunity From Sin; College Deans Give Opinions About Rushing
Miami to Receive Burkhardt Trophy; Mrs. Richards Tells of Her Own Experiences in Africa at Chapel; Bill Ross Presents a Musical Revue; Big Red Preparing for Cincinnati Classic in All Departments of Game
'Construction Reveals Miami's Progress; Addition to New Frosh Dorm is Now Under Way; Student of 1908 Describes New Library as Goodly to Look Upon; Irvin Cost $215,000; Oxford College Now Modern Dorm on Miami Campus, Has History as Girls School'
Alleged Student Vandal Bound to Grand Jury; Six Elected to Position in M.U.V.A.; Byrnes New Bus Service Provides Town Transportation; Club to Sponsor Witches Frolic; Postmaster Says Village May Get Direct Air Mail
'Pi Kappa Alpha to Form Chapter; Engraved Bell to Mark UC, Miami Rivalry; Withrow Men to Clear Gym by Vacation; Supposed UC Vandalism CHarged to Miamians; FWA Plans Temporary Structures; Lecturer to Discuss Fascism Reconverts'
String Quartet to Appear; Femholt Announces Vet Village Store Open for Buisness; 'That's Miami' Auditions Set for Orchestra; Delta Sigma Pi Schedules Monthly Forum Programs; S-FC Plans to Consider CIC Petition
Student Injured in Truck Accident; Period of Silence to Begin Tonight; WMUB to Begin Broadcasting Monday; Fraternities Revise Rush Regulations; Hillel Foundation to Hold Services; Oxford to Receive New Wire System
'UD Game, Sophomore Hop to Top Weekend; WL Seminar Scheduled for Coming Week; Miami-Donated Blood to Make Quick Trip to Korean Front; Dickason to Present Egypt Film; Starlight Mood to Dominate Panhel Dance'
Redskin Eleven to Battle Bearcats for Title; Vandals Deface Benton Sidewalk; New IFC Initiation Rule Passed; Special Rates Still Available for Vacation; Baggage Pickup Announced, Set for Tomorrow at Eight
Hubert Humphrey Honors Outstanding Blind Students; Best Job Opportunities Offered by Science, Technical Fields; Spring-Time Vandalism Keeps Authorities Busy; Donations by Alumni Ice Cake; Miami's Board of Trustees Soon to be Reduced by Half
Millett Assembly Hall Offers Relief for Commuters Parking Problems; Panhel Members Review Stand on Beer Parties; Student Senate Finalizes Plans for Book Exchange; Pianist Browning Appears with Cleveland Symphony;Arts, Science Dean Becomes Top Pop;...
Proposal to Give Scott Hall to Men Arouses Coeds Ire; Hockey Club Crashes, Two Still in Hospital; Petty Thievery Common on College Campuses; Liberties Board Has Membership of Two, Greenberg Says No; Attorney Criticizes Underage Drinkers
Graduate Students Take Over Alumni Library for Research; Civil Liberties Board May Die Unorganized; MU Choraliers Give Concert for Christmas; Government Students Play Simulation Game in Class; Faculty Panel Discusses Greek Play Hippolytus
Remaining Viet Forum Speakers to Present Different Views; Senate Leaves Constitution in Same Form After Much Debate; Students Added to Faculty Sub-Committees; Broadcasting Offers Chances For Women in Mans Field; Frohlich Receives Commission for...
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
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
Strike Moratorium Called for Negotiations; Information Office Clarifies Official Position; Minority Tendency to Blame System Results in Protest, Not in Understanding; Slant City Created as Protest to Bring About Positive Change; Panel Notes...
Police Arrest 12 in Narcotics Raids; Four KSU Students Killed by Guard; OSU Calms as New Incidents Flare Up in Ohio; Restriction Proposal May Result in Abolishment of ROTC at OU; Battle Shaping on Suspension Rule; SCAR Preparing Complaint Report;...
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
Student Senators Elected to Seats, Voter Turnout Reaches 38 Percent; Steytler Found Guilty, Sentenced Indefinitely; Kitchen is Problem Off-Campus; Inter-Racial Conference Meets; White Racism Causing Problems, Cheap Aristocracy Builds Scapegoat
Friedman Wins Election for Senate Presidency; Power of Bureaucrats Crucial, Enloe Says; Student Court Rejects Amendment Changes; Drug Clinic Requests Grant Funds; D-Board Handles Serious Cases; Skins Open MAC with Three Over BG;
Senate to Circulate Petition for Student on Board; Government Changes Proposed For 1971-72; Miami Chest Begins Drive First Quarter; Panel Probes Pollution Problem; Redskins Sweep Toledo, 6-0 in League; Thomas, Golfers 3rd in Indiana Tourney;
New Visitation proposal planned; Twelve arrested in drug raids; Self-awareness, sharing cap women's liberation conference; Students, profs bugged by Watergate affair; Petition to push bill adding students, faculty to state board;
Proposals for Western Studied; Senate Questions Library Expense; Governance Plan Tabling Brings Mixed Reactions; Inflation, Competition Prompt Call for Salary Raise; Indoor Agriculture Fever Crops Up At Miami
Students Debate Restructuring Idea; House Passes Med School Bill; Salaries Investigated; Toll-free Service Issue At Open Utilities Meeting; Area Women Help ERA Effort; Brown Cites Changes in Universities