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;
Students Present Varied Views on Racial Discrimination in Inter-Collegiate Athletics; U.S. Marine Corps Resumes Platoon Leaders Classes; SFC to Arrange Racial Policy Poll; Number of Flu Victims Decreases
'Violinist Isaac Stern to Give Concert in Withrow Monday; Professor to Cavort, Vaudeville Here Again; Prof. E.C. Hill Granted Leave to Write Book; Lansaw Connects in Last Minute Thriller for First MAC Victory'
Miami Greek Week to Open Officially as Stavole Carries Torch to Campus; Grand Processional of May Day Queen to Herald Festivities; Student Vote on CIC Issue Fails to Sway Eatery Owners; 'Night on Olympus' to Star Patti Page;
'University Prepares Expanded Summer School Curriculum; Italian Play to Open in Towers; Dr. Slutz to Talk at Series; Navy Ball to Honor Marine Corps, Theme Will Depict Historic Battles; IR Voting Scheduled for Today'
Student Union Bill Up Before Senate; IF Dance, Queen's Coronation To End Greek Week Activities; Miami Sophomore Missing; S-FC Tables NSA Problem For Present; UMOC Contest Voting to Start On Monday; Aid to Foreign Students Taken Over by CCFS;...
Missing Youth Baffles Police; Clues Lacking; Classes to Decide Officers, S-FC Positions Tomorrow; Women's League Sets 'Penny Night' To Aid CCFS Fund; Spring Styles Take Feminine Fancy for '53; New Miami Party Chairman Disputes Value of Editorial;...
University Studies Air-Cooling of Halls; English Department Revises Curriculum; Rhodesia Declares Secession; Miami Becomes First to Pioneer New Frontier in Business World; Committee Prepares Statement on Combined Degree Program
Research Program Bestows Grants for Advanced Study; Congresswoman, Historian, Educator Receive Degrees; Board of Trustees Views Discriminatory Practices; Rules Could Provide Most Major Change; Student Scabs Rile Picketers at Capitol
Homecoming Spotlights Parade of Floats, Band; Theme It Pays to Advertise Used for Dorm Decorations; Dedication of Library Tomorrow; Dissent Lecture Series Selects Black Power for Subject; Free Press, Student Paper Goes to Press
OU's Alden, SDS Secretary Study University in Crisis; Carol Sites Captures Greek Week Crown; King Jim, Queen Joy Reign; Policy Not Discriminatory, Admissions Director Says; Religious Groups Stress Education, Not Worship; Hillel, Newman Seek Wide...
Self-Determined Hours Highlights AWS Plan; Faculty Council Hears Both Arguments on Ad Hoc Report, To Meet Friday; Black Culture Week Speaker Given Leeway; Beer Proposal May Meet Legal Obstacles; Political Science Dept. Discovers Drastic Shortage...
Limited Visitation Approved, Revised Plan Accepted; BSAA Requesting MU Investigation For Discrimination; Fate of OBSA To be Decided By U. Senate; Legal Technicality Prevents Senate From Taking Action on Visitation; Education Key to 69 Chest Drive;...
Twenty-Two Percent Vote, Elect First Quarter Senate; Flu Bugs Usually Hit At Inefficient Times; Homecoming Goes On Air Tonight; Classes Held as Moratorium Begins, Speakers, Activities Bring War Home; You Look Suspicious to Me--Guilty as Charged in...
Trustees Reject Visitation, Senate, AWS Dismayed; High Cost Discourages Golf Course; Curriculum, Enrollment Increase, Cause Registration Confusion; Fr. Ron Directs Center; $500 Granted in Effort to Prevent Hall Razing; Adams Athlete of Year
YWCA, AWS Work in Women's Movement; SAC Votes Against Enforcement of Athletic Grooming Regulations; Youth Vote Affects Ohio Primary Results; Validity of Voting in Oxford Doubtful; Narcs Get Court O.K. To Buy, Sell;
Students Crowd Elections' Board For Registration; Miami Indians Approve Use of 'Redskins' Here; Oxford Woman Victim of Fatal Assault; Phi Kappa Psi Opens House; Installations Postpone Kreger Hall Opening;
Denver, Tull Concerts Scheduled for Spring; Cultural Requirement Still in Committee; Butler Dems Seek Student Commitment; Helping Veterans Adjust; Shriver Approves Fellowships for Post-Doctoral Teaching
Gilligan Announces New Trustees; State Budget Still Under Fire; University Women Shine in AWS Honors Program, Lembright Takes Top Award; Safety Prompts Action on Area Bicycle Routes; Mack Autograph Collection Sweeps from Pope Paul to Golda Meir
Miami Charges Preacher with Disorderly Conduct; Candlewood Bus Helps Long Trek to Campus; Low Water Tank Creates Second Local Shortage; Prelims No Go; Miami Animosity Closes Red-E-Text, Owner Claims; Workshop Collects Data
Senator Proxmire Criticizes Federal Spending, Waste; Expansion to Include Browsing Bookstore; Group Investigates Discrimination; Students Submit Goals for ASG Approval; Student Book Exchange Suffers Financial Trouble
First Woman Pledge, Coed Joins Campus Service Fraternity; 25% Electricity Cutback to Reduce Night Activities; Sorority Suites are a Venerable Tradition at MU; No Surprises This Time- Redskins Defeat Falcons;
Council OKs Proposal to Try 24-hour Visits; Miday Attempts Comeback as Transfer; Cheating Penalties Called Inadequate, Protested; Social Work Major Dropped in Faculty Redistribution; History Through Experience, Oldster Writes Book of Oxford Memories
Presidents Share Goals; Financial Gifts With Ties Cause Controversy; Trustees Request State Funds to Assist Construction Projects; Professor Nationally Recognized; MU's Carlton Reruns for National Position