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...
Best Ever was the Annual Concert by the Glee Club; State Oratorical Contest; Girls at Hepburn Hall Royally Entertain Their Friends Saturday Night; Senior Cast Witnesses 'As You Like It' by Sothern and Marlowe
Joint Reception Held in Herron Gymnasium Last Saturday; Glee and Madrigal Clubs Commended by Professor Fink; Miami Wins First Game of Season from Wilmington; Midnight Mystery Ceremonies Held About the Trough; International Arbitration Essay Contest
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
Church Organizes Bible Classes for Students; Cincinnati to ask for New Bond Issue; Eddy Announces Subject Matter for Discussions; Recensio Staff Places Contract for Photographs; Miami Professors to Help Edit Book
'Expenditures are Basis of F-S Reports; Social Insurance Is Topic Of Epstein In Assembly, Profs Express Opinions; Faculty Opens Miami Fine Arts Exhibit; Movie Shows Russian Life; Psychiatrist Completes Visit;'
200 Move From Withrow to Dormitories; Fall Registration Sets New Record; Oxford to Develop Memorial Park; Beverly Branch Wins Fellowship; NRO Offers Scholarship Benefits; Traffic Violators to Face More Severe Penalties; Students Lacking Phys. Ed....
'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...
'Student Union, South Hall Word Advances; Plagiarism Criticized By Board; Hahne Attacks Lack of Mental Maturity; School Seal History Stumps Researcher; Paul Scott Elected CIC Vice-President at First Meeting;'
University Marks Anniversary of Founding 142 Years Ago; S-FC Favors Ratio Change of Members; MUT Play Rehearsals Underway; Prom to Cast Spell of Black Magic in Withrow; Leadership Group Taps Malphrus; Production of GBS Play Planned for March 12
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
'Durfee Resigns Health Service Position, Students Receive Care in Modern 66 Bed Institution; Senate Revises Portion of Auto Regulations; Frosh Camp Gives Preview to Miami Life; Publications Open House on Sept. 19; Prospects of Sorority Rushing...
S-FC Solicits Administrative, Clerical Help; Pool Begins Recreational Swim Program; YMCA to Organize Activities at initial Meeting Tonight; 1827 Predecessor of Student Denounces Wiles of Women; University Majorette Boasts National Twirling Renown
Miami Accepts Bid to Tangerine Bowl; String Quartet Premieres New Composition by Piston; Chicago English Professor Begins First of Hammond Lecture Series; Revision Eliminates Turn Cards; Stoddard, Elliott Slated for Honor Hall Status
International Week Studies Influence of Westernization; Problems of Justice Global States Oliver; Orchesis Contends with Problems in Choreography for New Show; Operatic Tenor Gives Concert; Miami Cagers Clinch First Title Since 1959, Beat Toledo...
Miami Ranked Among Top Ten- In Fee and Tuition Costs, That Is; New Rules Specified for Parties in Dorms; Aguilera to be Resident Scholar; Alumni Gifts May Slump With the Economy; Requirements Vary for Grad Schools; Economic Issues Dominate Campaign
Bomb threat back-and-forth at Hughes; Dining halls remain understaffed; ASC Phase Two calls for student input; Peaceful protests push for democracy; Mixed motives: regional forum raises questions; 'Major' changes common in college;
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