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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 06 (Oct. 27, 1922)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 6'
    • 1922-10-27
    • Dr. W.W. Boyd Will Join Famous Group; 1922-23 Lyceum Card is Announced by Minnich; Fighting Big Reds Defeat Ohio Northern; Twilight Recital to be Given Soon; Large Telescope is Purchased for Astronomy Department
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 20 (Mar. 2, 1923)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 20'
    • 1923-03-02
    • Dual Operation Proves Fatal to Mrs. J.W. Kuhne; Society Editor Given Tea by Mrs. MacMillan; 'Chuck' Adams Rescues Prized Tid-bit from Dusky Marauder; Henry Beckett Speaks Before Classical Club
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 053, No. 33 (Feb. 22, 1929)'

    • 'Vol. 53, No. 33'
    • 1929-02-22
    • 'Junior Prom Attendance Breaks Previous Records, Four-hundred-fifty Attend; Wisconsin Latin Prof. To Lecture Tomorrow; Miami Chess Team To Engage Faculty In Dual Match Tuesday; Botanical Club To Hear Chicago Prof.'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 054, No. 42 (Mar. 21, 1930)'

    • 'Vol. 54, No. 42'
    • 1930-03-21
    • Ohio U. President To Speak At Phi Beta Kappa Banquet; Wesleyan Woman To Debate Miami On Chain Stores; Ziegfield Returns Six Beauty Photos; Neidhart and Gray Enter Pool Finals; Dr. Hefner Talks Before Phi Sigma
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 061, No. 51 (Apr. 29, 1938)'

    • 'Vol. 61, No. 51'
    • 1938-04-29
    • 'Representative Party Wins 16 of 25 Political Offices In Campus Elections Tuesday; Dr. J.F. Newton, Dr. T.V. Smith To Be Speakers For Commencement In Withrow Court On June 12, 13; Students Tread On Graves Of Indians At Harrison Door;'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 066, No. 38 (Feb. 25, 1941)'

    • 'Vol. 66, No. 38'
    • 1941-02-25
    • 'Gov. Bricker Appoints 9 New Trustees; Assembly-Goers To Hear Luther King, Negro Tenor; Dr. Patten Speaks At Marriage Series, Disparages Draft Nuptials, Tantrums; Rider To Attend Education Meeting; Herbert Saito Thinks Hawaii Will Become State In...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 067, No. 29 (Jan. 13, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 67, No. 29'
    • 1942-01-13
    • University To Develop Defense Forum Groups; Graduates Find Defense Work; Teaching Requirements Modified For Duration; Speech Instructor To Rejoin Army; Naval Reserve Service Open to Students; Civil Service Positions Open to Dietitians; Mr. S.O....
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 14 (Oct. 30, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 14'
    • 1942-10-30
    • 'Homecoming To Feature Game, Bonfire, Dances; Anderson's Play To Be Presented; Violinist To Appear In Series; Clokey To Speak; Robert Frost To Begin English Lecture Series; Places Available To All Interested Says D. C. Alden; Havighurst Book Gets...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068, No. 15 (Nov. 2, 1942)'

    • 'Vol. 68, No. 15'
    • 1942-11-02
    • Lecture Given By Robert Frost; Eve Of St. Mark To Be Presented; Prof. H. Vallance Elected President; Dean J. W. Clokey To Offer Recital In Benton Sunday; Wilson To Speak At Next Assembly; Alston Paces Harriers To Win In AAU Meet
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 068 No. 48 (Apr. 16, 1943)'

    • Vol. 68 No. 48
    • 1943-04-16
    • 'Five Men Reinstated by Council; Dorothy Meyer, Myron Ells Named Recensio Editorial, Business Heads; Leads Announced for Spring Play, Long, Parker Given Roles in Year's Last Production, Keefer, Eagelson Named; Bond Head Asks Increase in Loan Drive;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 073, No. 18 (Nov. 18, 1947)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 18'
    • 1947-11-18
    • 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
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 073, No. 28 (Jan. 13, 1948)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 28'
    • 1948-01-13
    • Theatre Plans Presentation of Henry V; Garrison Cottage Damaged by Fire; Robert Hillyer to Present Informal Talk; Prof. E. F. Patten Receives Duplicate Carnegie Medal; Fisk Contest Deadline Set by Director
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 073, No. 48 (Apr. 20, 1948)'

    • 'Vol. 73, No. 48'
    • 1948-04-20
    • Mock Convention Opens Today in WIthrow; Radio Station Introduces Commercials; Touring Company to Present Comedy; Philosopher to Lecture on Thursday; Eighty-One Candidates to Campaign for Campus Government Positions
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 13 (Oct. 28, 1949)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 13'
    • 1949-10-28
    • Sophisticates Play for Varsity Dance; String Quartet to Play First Concert in Benton Hall Tonight; Redskins to Defend Conference Title at Kalamazoo Tomorrow; Freshmen to Submit Petitions for Council; Panhellenic Dance Planned for Nov. 12
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 075, No. 32 (Feb. 14, 1950)'

    • 'Vol. 75, No. 32'
    • 1950-02-14
    • 'Arms and the Man' to Open Thursday; Taft Denounces Union Domination of Administration in Campaign Talk; Rail Travel Curtailed by Strike; Thobe Writes from Florida, Boosts Team; Cunningham to Conduct Tour of Eight European Countries; Hartung Names...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 078, No. 54 (May 8, 1953)

    • Vol. 78, No. 54
    • 1953-05-08
    • 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
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 080, No. 06 (Oct. 5, 1954)

    • Vol. 80, No. 6
    • 1954-10-05
    • Dr. F. Slutz to Address Assembly; Hauser Orchestra to Provide Music at Sophomore Hop; Ike Dedicates Present Week to Fire Safety; Rev. H. F. Gebhart to Fill Vacancy in Local Church
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 080, No. 26 (Dec. 17, 1954)

    • Vol. 80, No. 26
    • 1954-12-17
    • Students to Commence Preregistration for Second Semester After Vacation; Cut Rule in Effect, APhiO Emphasizes Necessity of Tags; Alpha Delts Announce Sing Theme; Mailmen Help Service Clubs to Play Santa
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 080, No. 40 (Mar. 8, 1955)

    • Vol. 80, No. 40
    • 1955-03-08
    • Artists Series to Present Program by Isaac Stern; Members of YWCA To Elect New Officers In Residence Halls; Westhafer Discusses Marriage; Faculty Speaks On Inter-Group Relationships; Archive of Folklore Preserves Old Songs, Tales for Posterity;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 086, No. 48 (Apr. 30, 1963)

    • Vol. 86, No. 48
    • 1963-04-30
    • Rorke Organizes Attack on Cuban Oil Refineries; OCNA Convention Delegates Adopt Canons of Journalism; Economist Saulnier Disputes Spending- Employment Bond; Cooke Reviews Past Senate Year, Evaluates Events, Major Changes; Hueston Woods Offers...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 087, No. 08 (Oct. 15, 1963)

    • Vol. 87, No. 8
    • 1963-10-15
    • Faculty Reacts Favorably to US-Soviet Wheat Deal; Civil Rights Problems Remain Key Part of Present Decade; Miami Artists Series Program Opens with Woodwind Quintet; New Russian Club Hoots at Opening
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 087, No. 28 (Feb. 11, 1964)

    • Vol. 87, No. 28
    • 1964-02-11
    • 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;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 087, No. 39 (Mar. 20, 1964)

    • Vol. 87, No. 39
    • 1964-03-20
    • Congressmen To Speak At GOP Mock Convention; Vietnamese Reestablish Laos Bond; Symposium Explores Place Of University In Fine Arts; Senate Sells Bus Tickets For Home-Bound Miamians; Home Economics Majors Occupy Hanna House
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 088, No. 07 (Oct. 9, 1964)

    • Vol. 88, No. 7
    • 1964-10-09
    • Olympics Televised By Syncom; Foreign Correspondent Opens Hammond Series; Finance Professors Textbook Surveys Field of Investments; Illness Causes Death of Faculty Member; People-to-People Ambassadors See Nations of World Through Program; Japan,...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 088, No. 09 (Oct. 16, 1964)

    • Vol. 88, No. 9
    • 1964-10-16
    • Krushchevs Resignation Causes Shift in Power; Poet Reads Own Work at Miami; Current Freshman Class Doubles Enrollment in Paper Tech School; Emphasis Placed on Unity During Autumn Greek Week
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 091, No. 30 (Jan. 26, 1968)

    • Vol. 91, No. 30
    • 1968-01-26
    • MU Seniors Publish Book, Featuring Poetry, Photos; MAT Program Allows Earning of ED Degree; Restaurant Deals in Psychedelic Art; Plan Offered for Village Changes; Evans, Theobald Speak Monday to Open Voices of Dissent; Legalizing Narcotics; Robert...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 01 (Sept. 6, 1968)

    • Vol. 92, No. 1
    • 1968-09-06
    • Demonstration, Drug Rules Clarified in Regulations; State of University Address Supports Fee Increases; University Construction Slowed Up by Strikes; Activism at Miami- How Far It Has Come; Lykins, Hart Join Dean of Men's Office, McDiffett, Duffus...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 10 (Oct. 11, 1968)

    • Vol. 92, No. 10
    • 1968-10-11
    • New Election in District 14; Politics-Youth, Women, Topic for Mrs. Romney; Funds Available to Aid Disadvantaged Freshman; Foreign Enrollment Totals 95; Forty-Five Stationed in Luxembourg
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 12 (Oct. 18, 1968)

    • Vol. 92, No. 12
    • 1968-10-18
    • Senate Declares End to Toy-Government Status; ADA Chapter Organized on Campus; Vigil of Concern by BSAA Supports Blacks in Apartment Eviction Hassle; Brubeck, A Cappella Choir Release Concert Recording; Campus Employment Open Through Student Aid...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 44 (Mar. 25, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 44
    • 1969-03-25
    • Over 1000 March in Support of Senate Proposals; Faculty Council Decision Leads to Walkout By Members of Black Student Association; Henderson, Schumacher Argue Student Concern; Visitation Hours Tabled, Beer in Center Approved
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 45 (Mar. 28, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 45
    • 1969-03-28
    • Ticket For Progress Slate Captures Top Senate Offices; UATWMF Constitution Approved By Senate; D-Board Upholds Obscenity Charges, Marchers Hit Warfield, Lewis Place; Faculty Members Charge Dolibois With Intimidation Against Professor; Athletic...

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