Three Straight Victories Credited to Miami Quintet After Instate Trip; Tentative Program is Now Arranged for Glee Club Trip; New Library Rules are Now in Effect; Model Trenches to be Constructed by Military Classes
'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;'
Miami Grading System Is Discussed By School Deans; Proposal for Payment of College Athletes Defeated; Calvin Coolidge Former President Dies Suddenly; Epidemic of Flu Worst In Years; Professors Help Hoover; Columbia Prof Would Revise Price System;
Emily Rowe Is Chosen Prom Queen; Staff For Recensio Selected; Broadcast Is Climax Of Celebration; Technocrats Criticized At Parley; Absent Voter Petition Out; Much Heralded Prom Was Big Event of 1909 Social Year;
'From College to Revolution, From Literature to a Death Sentence - Colonel Emerson; Assembly to Commemorate Centennial; Prof. Dennison to Talk Over Station WHIO; Education School Leads University in Placing Grads; Dr. William Beebe is Secured for...
'Graduate Gets Service Award of Columbia U.; Classical Honorary to Send Delegates to Chicago Meet; Students Unfamiliar with Disciplinary Boards, Integral Part of Administrative Duty; Bundy to Feature Trumpeter, Songstress at Annual Triad; Co-Ed...
Faculty Chest General Names Team Members; Mortar Board to Hold First Frosh 'Coffee'; 'Dark Tower' Murder to Have Spooky Setting; Union Building Plans Discussed at Luncheon; Holderman to Play For Strut; Dean W.G. Katz to Present Talk;
Contingency Fund to Get Chest Surplus; Honorary to Give Freshman Smoker Monday in Ogden; Spalding Considers His Violin More Valuable Than Hands; Dr. T.W. Graham to Give Christmas Vesper Devotions; Speech Class to Give Radio Skit Tuesday
'1939 Madrigal Club Makes Singing Tour; Reporters Break Precedent By Not Interviewing Berigan; Nurse, Doctor to Address Vocation Clinic; Men's Group to Broadcast Triad Program; Survey Shows Chicle Champers Chew to Relax'
'Blood-Thirsty Redskins Go To Delaware For Encounter With Battling Bishopmen; President Upham Advises Student Audience Thursday; Miami Chest Asks $6850 In Drive, Committee Sets Goal At Initial Meeting; Deans To Finish Workshop Report; Faculty...
Columnists Traces Development of International Crises from Munich to Melbourne; University to Continue Emergency Courses in Regular Curriculum; Pre-Induction Training Given in War Emergency Courses; Federal Jobs Open to Seniors; Air Raid...
'Student-Faculty Council Debates Conservation; Hambleton Appointed Chairman; China In Wartime To Be Discussed By Paul Wiant; Thinclads Report To Coach Rider, Freshman Eligible; Toby, Foreseeing Card Victory, To Visit St. Louis In Full Regalia'
'Red Cross Unit To Visit Oxford; Street, Allen, Head Campus Religion Week; Fourth War Loan Drive Seeks $500 Goal Today; Campus, Libe and All - It's Heaven to Cpl. Herb Saito, Back for Last Fling; Earlham Latest Red Cage Victim;'
'SFC Outlines Campus Reconversion Program, Notes to Continue SWAC; Navy Announces Plan for Release of V-12 Trainees; Four Spanish Students Enroll at University; State Raises All University Wage Rates; Speakers Bureau Revived After Two Years...
Unbeaten Redskins to Battle Ohio Bobcats; Naval Trainees Bring New Life to Miami's Wartime Athletic Teams; Council Plans Recision of 1928 Constitution; 144 Miamians Listed as Killed in Latest Report on War Dead;
Chest Funds to Aid Needy Students; Robert Frost Reveals Views on Poetry During Interview; Village Overruled in Registration; Tamahawk to Appear on Monday; OPA Director Clarifies S-FC Rent Queries; YMCA Establishes Recreation Halls in Three Dorms
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'
'Off-Campus Centers Plan 1947-48Terms; Panhellenic Plans Child Care Service; Services to Eulogize C.F. Dodd; High Moral Tone Urged; Arthur Matott Wins Design Contest, Student Union Group Seeks Members; Second Bus Route Offers Additional...
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
University Approves Newly Organized Local Fraternities; Quakers Sponsor Industrial Plant Internship Plan; Job Bureau to Arrange Interviews; Redskin Reservation Makes Grand Opening; Fine Arts Structure Started
'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'