Liberal Arts Group Makes Change In Languages To Liberalize Requirements; Lebanon University Reopens Portals Closed by World War; America 'Old Men's Nation'; Human Species Is Evidenced By A Fragment of Jaw;
Royal Candidates Chosen; Former Review To Be Feature Of MVTC Drill; MacArthur Honors Miamian After Movie-Like War Flight; Miss Moore Calls For Play Tryouts; Zugelter Killed; Jerry Tom Named Business Manager Of Theatre Group; Rosenkrantz Wins Tennis...
'Homecoming To Feature Game, Bonfire, Dances; Anderson's Play To Be Presented; Violinist To Appear In Series; Clokey To Speak; Robert Frost To Begin English Lecture Series; Places Available To All Interested Says D. C. Alden; Havighurst Book Gets...
Quintet To Meet Wilmington At Withrow Court; Reserve Report From Washington Discloses Status; Senate Discusses Educational Policy At Second Forum; Dean J.J. Mickle Speaks On Japan; Withdrawal Problems Puzzling Students Solved By Dean Glos; Kreger...
'Herron In Navy's Hands, Benton Officials Confirm; Karstaedt Places First In Contest; Babcock To Speak In Hepburn Lounge; Lecture Series To Present Critic John Anderson; Students Again Condemn War in Survey of Opinion'
'Five Men Reinstated by Council; Dorothy Meyer, Myron Ells Named Recensio Editorial, Business Heads; Leads Announced for Spring Play, Long, Parker Given Roles in Year's Last Production, Keefer, Eagelson Named; Bond Head Asks Increase in Loan Drive;...
Regular Fall Semester May Start November 1; Eastman to Speak at Easter Service; Lieut. Wiley Takes Charge of WTS Group; Short to Speak; Facts About Miami Stranger Than Fiction; Delta Chi 'A' Keglers Capture Championship
'Classes for V-12 Trainees to Commence Tuesday; University Airfield Now in Full Operation; Bricker to Dedicate Airfield, Speak at Graduation; Large Fall Enrollment Expected; Upham Announces Faculty Additions; Wilson Resigns; Dr. F.L. Clark Wills...
H. N. Abegglen to Supervise Mystery Play; Jane Bourne to be Acting YW Secretary; A. C. Wickenden to be in Charge of YM Activities; Board Appoints Eleanor Bryan Business Manager of Student; Lieutenant Weber Returns to Visit University Airfield
'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
All-Girl Symphony to Appear November 15; Debate Teams to Consider Party Issues; Comedy of Manners in 1910 New York to Open University Theatre Season; Freshman Voting Rules Formulated; Chest Goal Attains Worldwide Scope
'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'
New Political Party Enters Election Race; Wellesley College Gives Scholarship; Miami District High School Tests Renewed; Council Completes Plans for Picnic; Council Vetoes Proposed Student Representation
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
'Chairman State Need of Campus Aid to Reach Goal; The Male Animal to Open Friday; Fraternities Pledge 132 Men Saturday; James Released to Custody of Police, Disciplinary Board Makes Statement; Beauty Queens for Recensio Nominated'
University Purchases Microscope; Women's League Announces House Chairman Appointments for Freshman Residence Halls; Sophomores Allowed Class Cuts for Tests; Ms. Pahk Urges Cooperation in War Against Communism;