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'Heaviest Vote of Recent Years Cast in Spring Election; Professor Kuhne Appointed on Committee to Place Teachers of French and Spanish; Gunn Mattern '17, Loses Life While Training at Aviation Flying School'
Prof. Lockwood Gives Lecture; Alpha Omicron Pi Dance; Phi Delts Entertain at Pan Hellenic Smoker; Psi Zeta Elects New Members; Goodyear Man Interviews Students; The Honor System Is It a Failure; Mary Cannon Chosen as Y.W.C.A. President
Rev. E.F. Chauncey Is Speaker Sunday; Inter-Class Track Won By Juniors Sat.; Dr. Handschin Is Given Loving Cup; Jane Addams To Be Speaker At Miami; Y.M. and Y.W.C.A. Announce Leaders; Miami Nine Lose To Ohio U. Sat.
Walter Greene To Be Soloist At Concert Of Madrigal Club; Cast Of Mid-Year Play Selected; Justice Between Nations Necessary; Miami Scores Two Victories Over Cincinnati Gym Teams; Miami To Debate California Team
Fraternities Must Rely On Seniors; College Women Of The World To Meet; Norman Angell To Speak To Students; Cincinnati Girls Glee Club Friday; Miami To Meet Cincinnati Bearcats In Final Basketball Contests Of Year
Girls Inter-Collegiate Debate Squad Selected; Struke Outlines Organization of Prom Committee; George Little is Visitor at Scenes of Early Triumphs; Drice is Meeting Place of Doctors; Hop Plans Rapidly Nearing Completion is Word From Sophs
Western College Holds Enthusiastic Class Day; Wittenberg to be Opposition of Big Reds Saturday; Sherwood Eddy will Speak in Series of Meetings on Campus; Miami Unites with Other Colleges to Honor Walter Camp; Varsity Book Exchange Operating at a...
Women Elect Kay Outcalt Council Head; Roudebush Attends Legislature Session; J.H. Finley to Give Graduation Address; Four Girls to Compete for Loyalty Prize; Lambda Tau Receives Petition From Local Society to Consider Extension; Barrere Little...
Applications For Scholarships At Rhodes Increasing; Professor Henry C. Cowles Of Chicago U. To Speak At Benton; Faculty Honor President And Mrs. Upham; Harry Newton Clarke Here To Conduct Vocational Series Of Lectures For Three Days
Oxford College Merger Passed By University Trustees Friday; Miami Chest Drive Quota Larger This Year To Meet Need; Essay Prize Award In Social Sciences Given By Blue Key; Words Of Mother Inspire Coach Rider To Attain Athletic Heights
'Junior Prom Attendance Breaks Previous Records, Four-hundred-fifty Attend; Wisconsin Latin Prof. To Lecture Tomorrow; Miami Chess Team To Engage Faculty In Dual Match Tuesday; Botanical Club To Hear Chicago Prof.'
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
Casper Recuperating from Auto Injuries; Education Dean to go to Washington; Women's League to Sponsor Leap Year Dance February 27; Cords for College Men Win Approval; Kay Kyser's Band Booked for Prom; Withrow Court Pronounced OK as Auditorium
Three Seniors Get Graduate Scholarships; Grad Named Head of Publicity Group; Professor J.V. McMillan Removed to Hospital; Dr. Brill to Speak on Treatment of Leprosy; Spanish Textbooks are Edited by Professors; Professor Howard gets Favorable Comment
Balloting In Progress As Mock Convention Meets; Speech Contest Won By Jesse Jenson; Politics To Reach Zenith Tuesday When Students March Upon Benton; Phi Beta Phi to Hear Journalist; Council Ordinance Affects Salesmen;
'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;'
Liberal Arts Test Change Is Proposed; Financial Crisis Passes As Nation's Banks Open; Depression Aid To Scholarship; First Student Council Planned In 1824; Prof Protects Birds on Private Estate Sanctuary;
More Advanced Students Here; CSA Gives Tallawanda's Groups a Break Recently; Palmer Sees New Age in U.S.; Wilton May Accept New Grid Offer; Soph Makes Three Year Study of Gliders in Germany; Baker Speaks to Tribe Miami; Political Turmoil Retards...