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Address for the Day of Prayer by Dr. Nicholson; Semester; Successor to Henry Ward Beecher to Lecture in Hamilton February 9th; Week of Prayer Services Held Every Evening with Large Attendance; Encouragement for Good Writing Offered to Miami Students
Miami Relics Are Exhibited; Normal College Holds Reunion; Dr. Davis Reports on Extension Work; Dr. Upham on Scholarship; News of Germany Revealed by Book; Dr. S. S. Palmer is Preacher; Y.W.C.A. Girls Give Historical Pageant; Society of Alumni
Dr. Schaler Mathews Speaks at Service; Crimson Towers Makes Appearance on Campus; Miami Trustee is Claimed by Death; New Building to be Ready in Fall; National Honorary Founded at Miami; Retreat Property Now Owned by University
Coalition Ticket Victorious in Spring Elections; Women's Athletic Club Revises Rules of Awards; Richard Young Selected 1928 Student Editor; Organizations Elect Officers for Next Year; State Assembly Now Recessed Until May 31
'Cast for Mid-Year Play Tentatively Chosen by Prof. Gates; Upham to Deliver Several Addresses; ''Flu Cases'' Record High Mark Wed.; Arion Present Handel's Messiah at Last Vespers; Ohio Colleges will Play Tough Teams;'
Forest Lyon Wins Fiske Oratorical For Second Consecutive Time; Dr. Parker Speaks On Love And Life; Noted Lecturer Talks Of England While At Miami; Schubert Male Quartet Closes Lyceum Course With Musical Program
Women To Get Four-Year Phys. Ed. Curriculum; Harry N. Clark To Hold Conferences; Dr. Todd To Give Talks On Taxation; Tollotson Outlines Practice Of Squad; Former Dean Minnich Speaks At Assembly; President Upham To Address Teachers
'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'
'Open House Plans Include Brain Tests; Pan-Hellenic to Give Dance Brandt Room; Morris Peck, 96, Miami's Oldest Graduate, Dies; Laidler Says Profit System is Outmoded; Week of News Forum to be Discontinued'
Spanish War Will be Topic of Assembly; Next WLW Skit December 10; University's Fame Borne Far by Birds From Fisher Hall; Sports Keep Pianist Iturbi in Top Shape; The Miami Student Receives Invitation to OCNA Meeting
'Shirley Cordes, Reed Strimple Appointed Generals Of 1941 University Chest Drive; Geological Specimens Arrive From Antarctic; Teacher Shortage In Ohio Predicted For Next Year; Major M.R. Allison Speaks On Draft; Ousley, Katz, Turn In Good Times As...
'Name Bands to Play Sorority; Faculty Members Approve Addition of Radio Curriculum; Men to Elect Prom Queen Wednesday; Warmingham to Address Opening of Religion in Life Week Sunday; Writer Denotes Gross Inaccuracies, Rumor Spreading by Cincinnati...
Weekend Events to Honor Mothers, Mrs. Black; Art Department Exhibits Jewelry; Military Day Set Locally; Student-Adviser Conferences Required for Preregistration; Old, New Student Councils to Meet Jointly Tuesday
Dean Announces Counselors For Mens Residence Halls; Pres. Millett to Honor Senior Woman, Man; Statesman to Deliver Address; Botany Dept. Displays 365-Year Old Fir Tree; Construction on New Dam Nears Finale;
Spring Fantasy to View Queen; Thursdays Assembly Stars Israeli Musical Ensemble; Women Receive Majority; May Day Includes Activities, Color; Tri-Deltas To Award For Service; Collegians Predict Democrats Over Republicans for Election of 1960
Experts Lecture on India, Baerwald Host Guest Speakers; Graduate Fellowships Aid Students Seeking Education; Kennedys Program Well Liked; Nayar Discusses Problems Facing Indian Government; Zeller is Unanimous MAC Pick
University Recognizes Most Outstanding Students; Space Conquest is Best News Story; Policy on Cheating; Mens Glee Club to Present Pop Concert of Show Tunes; Student Directed One Acts Provide Fun, Satire, Reality
President Accepts Post as Government Advisor; Miami Faculty Sends Books to Penetrate Iron Curtain; Trustees Approve New Programs, Construction; Newsman Analyzes Changes in Germany Under Erhard; Friedman Defends Buyers, Johnstone Looks at Asia;...
AWS Officers Elected, Alice Carson President; McNamara On Mission In Vietnam; Bylaws Change On Senate Agenda; Original Approach Marks Shakespeare Presentation; Miami Labyrinth of Power Given Examination
Governors Program Proposes to Develop Education Facilities; University Ponders Cause of Twelve Campus Fires; Group Collects Money for Food for Needy; Kennedy Assassination, Federal Investigation Recalled as First Anniversary Draws Near; Kennedy...
Dave Sinks Heads 1965-66 Student Staff; Legislator Speaks on Future of GOP; Graduation Exercises to Include Baccalaureate; Colleges Contain Social Reformers; Phi Beta Kappa Hears Speech About Problem of Civil Rights; Gehring, Peirson, Snow Receive...