Ohio Northern to Meet Big Reds Here Saturday; October Ninth to be Observed as Walter Camp Day; Men and Women Debating Teams Plan Schedule; Weslyan Students Add Interest to Miami Homecoming; Plans Announced by Elder for Pep Meetings Friday
'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;'
'All-Miami Celebration Is Planned; Hughes, Ex Prexy, Meets With Hoover; Emergency Bill Aids Finances; Einstein-Has Crisis Plan; Dr. E. S. Todd Gives Speech; Colleges For Vote Change; Discrimination Charged at Ohio;'
New Deal Party Enters Politics; S-F Council to Remain As Debating Society; Speech Department Is Trying New Plan of Work; Grad Describes German College Life; Dr. Nutting Will Be Guest Speaker; Senate Acts on L.A. Tests;
'University, Western College May be Hosts to Assembly of Student Christian Groups; Retiring Professor to be Given Dinner; Seven to End Absence Leave in September; ODK Initiates New Members; O.C.N.A. Gives Miami Student Second Place'
Mass Meeting To Take Place Outside Ogden Hall Sunday To Welcome President Upham; Dr. Upham To Speak At Presbyterian Church On 'Religion And Labor'; World's Most Popular Movie Result Of Newsboy's Dreams;
New Political Party Enters Election Race; Wellesley College Gives Scholarship; Miami District High School Tests Renewed; Council Completes Plans for Picnic; Council Vetoes Proposed Student Representation
Assembly Planned to Honor Students with Scholarships; Cooks Named to Trusteeship by Lausche; Final Examinations Slated to Begin May 27, Complete Schedule Released; Ugly Men Employ Wit in Contest; Armed Forces Day Parade Set for Friday
Weekend Royalty to Preside Over Various Festivities; Student Poll Names All-time Miami Football Team; University Expands as Construction Program Continues; New Library Facilities Available to Students;
MU Receives Sleuth Device for Research; President Expects Senate Backing; Large Cast to Appear in Macbeth; Donations for Korea Mount Up; Foreign Prints Now Available for Purchase; Sukosal Act to Enlarge ACMS Cast
Miami U. Swimmer Realizes Gold Medal Dream; Millet Warns Against Slack as Enrollment Hits New Peak; Ray was Sure Mulliken would Win Gold Medal; New Miami Replaces Old; Frosh in First Drills as Cozza Looks for Future Redskin Great
Collegium to Perform Seminar; Guidance Institute to Obtain Support; Bean to Repeat Previous Concert; Art Series Gains New Chairmen; Hillel to Present Prof. Wiegel; Warsaw Orchestra to Appear at Withrow
Wickenden Presides As Ideal Dad For Weekend; Frankel Asserts Democratic Ideals; Technology Influences Goals Says Packard; Vote Bouys Democrats 64 Hopes; Cuban-American Pianist Plays In Artists Series Presentation
Miami Dispatched on Tangerine Warpath, Team Flies to Orlando for Cougar Clash; Chanukah Celebrates Expulsion of Syrians; One-Act Plays Scheduled for January Date; Pep Rally Promotes Skin Win; Vacation Permit Holders Find Difficulties Securing...
Congress Meets for 88th Term; Miami Asks Assembly for 20 Million in Funds; Fraternities Become Vocal for Barbershop Song-Fest; AEC Brings Congolese Student to MU Campus; Soprano Sings Dvorak Works; Program Board Offers Skating
President of Armco Steel to Address Graduation; Computer Program to Begin; May Day Rumors Hint at Soviet Leadership Change; Republican Taft Labels Goldwater Extremist; Food Service Strives to Vary Daily Menus; People-to-People Program Promotes...
Hagen to Lecture On Social Changes; Television Star Speaks On Radio-TV Careers; Uneasy Truce Prevails, Federal Troops Stand-by; Artists Series to Present Cleveland Brass Ensemble; ROTC Units March, Receive Medals, Awards
Senate Closes Ticket Sale Tomorrow for All Buses; Center Plans Carnival, Dance, Travel Contest; Symposium Panelist Questions Campus Training in the Arts; Seniors Receive ODK Forms; Application-Contracts Ready for All Residence Hall Men
Budget Shows Provision For Increased Salaries; Cincinnatian Takes Position As Assistant Dean of Women; Doctorate Program Expanded; Newest Hall Uses Presidents Name; Beta Theta Pi Finances Plan For Beautification of The Hub
Red Cap Musical Led by Frankel, Starner; Copper Sculptures Exhibition Displayed in Hiestand Hall; Government Professors Teach Abroad on Leaves of Absence; University Requests Extension for AFROTC Officer Thomas; Hiawabop Encounters Problems of Red...
Carson Wins Unopposed in Heavy AWS Voting; Students, Faculty Combine to Organize New Free Union College in Oxford; Senate Ad Hoc Committee Plans Graduated Privileges; U.S. Resumes Air Attacks Against North Vietnamese; Top Secret Treasure Hunt Fails...
Former Illinois Senator Paul Douglas May Speak on U.S. Foreign Policy; Enrollment of Foreign Students Tops 90 Mark; Fund Set Up for MU Grad; World Affairs Group Holds Security Council Facsimile; Traveling Trio Promotes Miami's Interest in Overseas...
Rajkumar Calls for Vietnam Unity, Cites Violation of Geneva Pact; Miami Chest Drive Kicks Off Tomorrow; Presence of Border Troops Pressures Burmese Protest in UN Simulation; WMUB-TV, New Programming For Quality, Service