Carbonettes; Training for the Farmer; Review of the Football Season; Miami vs. Otterbein; The Thanksgiving Game; The Normal; Association Notes; What the Class of 1900 is Doing; Isaac W. Montfort; Caught on the Campus; Roosevelt's Epigrams; Problem...
Senator Pomerene To Address Class; Honorary Societies Elect New Members; Changes In Faculty For Next Semester; Student Elections Free From Politics; R.H. Young To Be Next Years Editor; Miami Nine Defeats Bearcats At Oxford
Stephen Leacock to Lecture at Miami; Russell Duke Composes Music for Scarlet Mask; Percy McKaye Delivers Talk at Western Reserve; Prof. Robinson Speaks on 'Religion and Evolution'; Lothrop Stoddard to Talk on Monday; Duane Mohr Found in Southern...
Sophomore Hop King Elected by Soph Girls; Lecture on Rome at Archeological Club; Play to be Given in Next Assembly; Beta Pi Theia to Hold Initiation; College Editors to Tour to Cincinnati for Spring Meeting; Prof. Mead to Give Organ Recital Dec. 12
'Ruth Harris Heads Religious Council; Class of 1932 Decides To Establish $1300 Loan Fund For Needy Seniors, Juniors From Big Treasury Surplus; Dr. White to Speak At Antioch College; Havighurst Invited To MacDowell Colony;'
'Present Depression Period Will Not End Until 1935, Possibly 1936'-Dr. Smith; Faculty Members Will Attend Conventions of Bodies During Vacation; Don Kayler to Play for Victory Ball in Cleveland; No Leadership In Present Government-N.D. Baker;'
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;
'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'
Sororities to Initiate 92 Upperclass Women; Gain of Eight Over Last Year; News Meeting is Attended by 300 Students; Donor of Guest House Visitor Here; Yellowed Pages of Century Old Journal Disclose the Ambitions of Miami Alumnus
'Dr. E.S. Todd Explains New State Survey; DeVotos Lecture Will Not Be Stereotyped, Almy Promises; New ODK Pledges, Hop King and Queen; Assembly Will Show Foreign Xmas Customs; Jepson Sings Before Record Audience'
Rodney Claims His Friends Were Duped; All-American Rating Given 'The Student'; Noted Tenor To Present Song Program; Redskin Netmen Blank Invading Dayton Flyers Easily Here Saturday; J.C. Pillion To Give Talk On Insurance
Redskins Prepare for Annual Turkey Day Classic; Don Bestor's Orchestra Signed to Play for Hop; R. Pedersen to Succeed Rolla Nuckles; Loewenstein to Discuss World Crisis; Former Miami Students in Army Send Letters to Deal Alderman; University to...
'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'
'Director Announces Play Cast, Terhune, Secor, Kelly Selected for Lead Rolls; University War Dead Total 45, Williams Latest Casualty, Koenig Listed Missing; Panel on Modern Role of Church to Climax Campus Mission Week;'
'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;'
'Chest Drive Goes Over Goal with $6208.97; Girl Artists to Play in Concert Series; Turkey Trot Dance Set for November 28; Hop Ticket Orders Taken Now, Sale to Begin November 21; Freshman Petitions Total 25'
'Two Male Candidates Top Freshman Vote; Dean Announces New Major Units; Shakespearean Comedy Slated for Dec. 1-2; College Executive to Speak to YW; Budget Revised by S-FC; Thanksgiving Trot to Feature Owls, SWAC Floor Show'
Committee Incorporates New Student Union; University to Resume Traditional Assembly; Construction Progresses on Buildings; WMUB to Start Operation Soon; FOrtunate Freshman Coeds Live in Luxury in Converted North Hall Recreation Room; Tamahawk to...
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
Student Killed in Auto Crash Late Sunday; Dolibois Relates War Experiences; University Seeks Data on Returned Student Veterans; Hahne Announces Plans for New Fine Arts Structure; Ice Cap Named After Professor
'Fraternity Holds Memorial Services; SAEs, Pi Phis Plan to Give Orphans Yuletide Party; Action Needed to Relieve Poor Lighting System; Columbia Grand Opera Group to Appear in Artist Series; Students to Try Out for Musical'
'Chest Nears Goal, Hits $8000 Early; Society to Present Feature, Shorts in Next Film Program; Tribe to Try for Third Straight Win Tomorrow Against Red Cat Eleven; Traffic Court Gives Verdict in 13 Cases; Theme for Dads Day Dance Chosen by Varsity...
Phone Rate Increase Requested; Hal McIntyre Signs Contract to Appear at Junior Prom; Fisk Entrants to Compete in Eliminations; Prof. L. B. Holland Elected President of Archaeologists; Lansaw Nets Winning Basket to Lead Tribe to Inspired Triumph;...
'Hahne, Morgan Proclaim Reopening of Redskin Basketball Season Friday; Robert Taft to Give Lincoln Day Oration at Withrow Sunday; Jo Holbrock Models Gown for Shaw Play; Society Elects E. H. Volwiler to Presidency'
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;
'Conference Delegate Compares Prejudice at Oxford, Chicago; Activity Fee Allotments Announced; Men's Glee Club Acts As Goodwill Representative On Tours of State; Campus FM Licensed Station Began Operations Recently; Radio Director Recounts Progress...
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