search archive
browse archive

481 total results

99 results after applying filter

In complete archive


From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 48, from May 11, 1966. Columns include, "President receives service award from Army in ceremony today", "'Roy Martin Day' will feature Michigan University band director", "Bookstore states schedule", "Dixie Darlings select date for try outs", "'No hair cut' resolution gets ax in senate vote", "Cain elected to state post", "Dorm officers elected", "Registrar gives summer packets out this week", "Coeds vie for $500 scholarship as 'Miss Sportsman of Mississippi'", "The editor talks about 'editors'", "Drive means fighting; most had rather switch", "The Kid tries self destruction", "Education, not excluding USM could be changed by this", "Break the establishment", "Diamond men drop last two games to Delta St.", "NASCAR keeps ban up on Fords", "Football in 1966, what for USM?", "Southern sponsors annual reading clinic during first week of June", "Library extends hours", "Sister Mary finds USM pleasant, interesting", "Music camp to feature 3 musicals", "Six retiring instructors to be honored at party", "Contamination of water, air poses extra crisis", "Contemporary dance has many different forms", "New device eliminates telephone breathers", "Theatre Department offers Summer Stock scholarships", "Yellowjackets elect officers for next year", and "TV show depicts USM student life".

11 May 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 26, from January 28, 1966. Columns include, "Britten's immortal 'War Requiem', Orchestra, Singers and Torkanowsky's baton thrills 4000", "Children's Choir, choice soloists help highlight concert in Coliseum", "Ticket sales are brisk for Ferrante-Teicher", "The SGA amendments", "Southern postman Dan Williams dies", "Reporter rides 'shuttle bus'", "Harvey comes to city, charms Coliseum crowd", "SAVE to re-schedule G.I. Joe Carnival", "Students give views concerning 'crackdown' on PDA violation", "Army sergeant finds judo as mentally relaxing as chess", "What goes on inside the blue-panel truck? as the man behind the wheel, Milton Knotts", "Sunny gets away from it all", "Nancy Wells enters cheerleading contest", "Hearts 'n flowers", "Paris shows fashions", "ATO's plan new look for house", "Young Democrats organize again", "Kappa Alpha celebrates Convivium with banquet", "Greek news", "Count Me Out...", "Giants fall to Spring Hill, 85-74, play St. Bernard here Saturday", "Kappa Delta edges DZ, 8-5", "PKT sinks KS for 2nd try of protested game", "Chicago Opera Ballet dances here tonight", "OTC tests available for non-ROTC grads", "Graduate school test scheduled for April", and "Classified Ads".

28 January 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 27, from February 2, 1966. Columns include, "'Contemporary' makes debut; sales brisk", "Full house cheers Ferrante-Teicher", "Nancy Hathorn, Beverly face runoff Thursday for SGA 2nd veep", "Bizzell, Cain win posts without any opposition", "Candidates frolic while winds howl", "State frosh end USM win streak", "Winter cacels SAVE Carnival", "Valentine Queen balloting begins", "USM debaters top 111 to take Kansas honors", "Senate accepts two resolutions", "Dr. Russell speaks on Religious Day", "Physics Club names Debrow president", "Authorities at odds how to return convicts to life", "Courts, police, criminals tangle in battle of rights", "'Senseless' pranks by youth often carry stiff punishment", "Organized crime empire rocks from external pubic pressure", "Juveniles contribute to nation's crime dilemma", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "'Becket' author spends quiet life", "Thomas Becket: sinner or saint", "Fisherman may have more than bait in his pocket", "Delta Sigma holds Playboy party", "In the sportslight", "Giants host Tampa Thursday", and "Students, faculty can now use gym facilities on weekends".

02 February 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 28, from February 4, 1966. Columns include, "Soviets land a Luna 'softly' on the moon", "Bev Dale wins SGA post; students pass resolutions", "Tri Delts capture other top offices", "'Holy Balloonman'", "Mardi Gras party stars Gant combo", "Roger Miller cancels show", "Dr. Nau teaches at area church", "Alpha Lambda Delta taps 57 Frosh coed scholars", "Religious Emphasis Day to feature Dr. Russell", "ROTC Ball hosts top entertainment", "Kiwanis plan annual Pancake Day Sat.", "Alpha Phi Omega has showing of P.T. 109", "Southern's controversial professor - Dr. William Scarborough", "Jerome Hines, Met opera star, to perform Monday at USM", "Computer chief speaks to Southern's ACM group", "Advisory Board talks finances", "Khayat addresses Phi Eta Sigma; honor society initiates 16 members", "Dope pushers spread immorality to colleges", "LSU press publishes book by USM professor", "Greeks announce coming activities", "Count Me Out...", Karate requires skill plus dedication", "Frosh cagers going strong, win 8 of 9 for 10-5 mark", "Bolton Hall stays unbeaten in girls' cage tournament", "Southern Rifles down Spring Hill", and "Pre-advisement runs throughout next week".

04 February 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 30, from February 11, 1966. Columns include, "Scenes From The Southern Players Winter Production of 'Becket'", "Large crowd sees 'Becket' opening", "Ambassador Elbridge Durbrow comes here in April to keynote SCOPE IX", "Gala evening awaits Mardi Gras revelers", "Failures low on English proficiency", "Conferees to discuss 'Breach in Red Curtain'", "Dr. Russell defines dynamics of alcohol", "European tour meeting Monday", "Band fraternity initiates Dean Allen, top student", "Duane Thorin to address YMCA on arms policy", "10th annual confab for conductors scheduled Feb. 17", "Kie Lee speaks to Phi Gamma Mu on Korean economy", "In the sportslight", "Grid practice begins with 70 seeking berths", "Pikes reach finals with 65-54 win as Redmen's fast-break game fails", "22 diamond dates set for Southern baseball season", "Bolton takes first in girls' cage play", "Newman Club top in state", "Glamour magazine announces annual contest for best-dressed USM coeds", "Females discover new system to help them pick future mate", "Alpha Kappa holds pledge initiation; plans activities", "Dr. Secondini, Spanish students translate Serbo-Croatian verses", "Hearts 'n Flowers", and "Classified Ads".

11 February 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 11, from October 22, 1965. Columns include, "Who's Who in American colleges includes 42 seniors from Southern", "German steals airplane, flees to West Germany", "Rejection results in draft card tearing", "Serendipity Singers see poor Southern turn out", "Southern to furnish free influenza shots", "University broadcasts are eligible for H. Fellows Memorial Scholarship", "Bizzell, Stout get housing positions", "High onor goes to five women", ""Mad Woman of Chaillot" ends five-day Saturday night", "On the scene with Alfred X", "A look at the UAC: why students still have to pay", "Negro examines rights, law", "Check cashing: a lost cause", "Car chaos cramps campus", "Florida freshman picked for 'Seventeen' feature", "Second faculty recital scheduled here Sunday", "Interviews set for Wednesday", "Library adds manuscript to May collection", "USM publicized by radio program", "Audio-visual education takes giant strides under Dr. Knight", "Southern seeks fifth win; Auburn it?", "Floyd begins ninth basketball season, has young squad", "In the sportslight", "USM schedules 12 home games", "Rifle team shoots at Auburn", "Kappa Sigs rout opposition, move to front in football league race", "Data processing center lends hand in facilitating registration chaos", "Students on the spot", "MEA will meet on USM campus", "Miss Warren tells girls of weight reduction test", "Pol. Science works on doctoral program", "Civitan sponsors football re-runs", "Business leaders of Hattiesburg talk religion", "Cotton maid to be chosen, entry deadline approaches", "Kappa Delta to hold Founders' Day with all national chapters participating", "Deltas initiate, choose officers", "Pi Phi's initiate six, pledge eight, elect and install fall quarter officers", "Pi Phi heads Jr. Panhellenic", "ATO's hold parties, entertain sororities", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Chi O's attend fraternity state day in Jackson", "Phi Mu adds pledges, attends pledges swaps", "Alpha Sigs add two", and "LAI lends an international flavor to USM campus life".

22 October 1965

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 31, from February 16, 1966. Columns include, "USM Hall of Fame honor goes to four outstanding students", "EXAM SCHEDULE", Richardson, Flowers, Purvis, Davis named", "Senate passes 3 bills, postpones vote on 4th", "Printz selects date for choosing annual 'best-dressed coed'", "Royce Ann Siegrist receives honor as USM's third Valentine Queen", "Library extends studying period", "Progress report on appropriations", "Alfred, the Organization Man", "'Becket': a big production, and a credit to the Players", "Days of mud, water and gulp", "Reply from a WASP", "Hard look at reporter", "French by direct method", "Pre-med society plans convention", "Professor finds good writing in new 'Contemporary' issue", "Delta Sigma Pi names new officers", "Classified Ads", "In the sportslight", "Southerners split with Gents, Delta, have three to go", "J.C.'s edge Pikes, 59-55, for title as intramural basketball season ends", "Cage year ends with 3 games in Louisiana", "Plaster hamburgers and human clocks not offending madness, but Pop Art", "Winter quarter retrospective and a pldge to return -- one way or another", "Tenth Conductor's Conference scheduled for this week end", and "SAVE: Supplementary Spring Class Schedule".

16 February 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 32, from February 18, 1966. Columns include, "USM welcomes debaters", "USM hosts 24 colleges for Gulf States Invitational", "Debaters arrive from 12 states", "Drama students stage experiements Monday", "Marsh Hall Auditorium site for 'best dressed'", "UAC installs new slate of officers", "Library Hours", "Alumni schedule over 100 meetings for big USM day", "WMSU installs new transmitter in Southern Hall", "EXAM SCHEDULE", "Giants hit road for final three games", "Next week finds varsity athletes on practice field", "Facial looks reveal total personality; concealed nature", "Chi Omega sorority elects officers", "Hearts 'n flowers", "Reed and Barton offer scholarships of $2,050 in 'Opinion Competiton'", and "Church awards research grants".

18 February 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 33, from March 11, 1966. Columns include, "Blond Chi Omega Penny Hale USM's new 'Best Dressed-Coed'", "Home Ec opens center for Infant Development", "Linda Mann alternate in Wednesday contest", "Student elected to high position in Kappa Delta Pi", "War correspondent Spence to join Ambassador as top SCOPE speakers", "Deadline given for petitions", "Haines returns to USM as public relations asst.", "Elam Arms plans two benefits for fire victims", "Summer Vacation theme of Hillcrest fashion show", "Reposing on Leaf River Riveria", "Southern Scenes here again; by jove, they've nearly got it", "From Ben Franklin to The Kid", "In the land of Dr. Strangelove", "Expansion plans pending", "Debators take three trophies at MSCW, Oklahoma meets", "Weathersby move for Spring quarter opens more ofices", "USM freshman witnesses tornado strike Jackson shopping center", "Student teachers urged to report", "English classes have off day Wednesday", "Golden Giants close with losing record", "USM netters meet Memphis here Sat.", "Three students challenge world bowling record", "Golf team opens season with 'Bama, Spring Hill", "Pikes, Kappa Sigs tell of harrowing experiences in fire", "'Killer' tornado takes 52 lives", "New voice appears from toils of labor", "Rehearsals begin for spring opera, 'Dido and Aeneas'", "Faculty recital hails Italian 'opera buffa'", "'Physicists' tryouts set for Monday and Tuesday", "UAC books hypnotist for Southern", "CLASSIFIED", "The Student Printz presents USM's 1966 Best Dressed Coeds...", "604 students make winter quarter honor lists", and "Liquor question provokes interest among students".

11 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 34, from March 16, 1966. Columns include, "Alumni Association nominates four for Distinguished Professor award", "Young Repubs vow 'We shall never die'", "Coed crowns new queen of livestock", "Moorman and Stegena, Burrus, Felder named", "Art major finalist in national college sculpture program", "Printz names new staffers", "Southern's baseballers open with Nicholls", "Student, mother of 4, wins fellowship of Arizona U.", "British Embassy offical speaks", "UAC hosts hypnotist in main auditorium", "Players schedule Open House Day", "Cigarette price raised", "Security announces rules, regulations for USM traffic", "Printz given first place rating for fall by ACP", "Alumni announce goal of 7,186", "Gridders back on field preparing for '66 season", "New sports editor covers old sports", "Linksmen travel to Mobile tourney", "Fear not 'Beatles,' you're in", "Slide rule course to be offered here", "USM's advanced reading program includes important clinical study", "Foltz cancels Singers' recital", "College twins switch place for a hectic week of fun", "Hillcrest presents preview of latest spring fashions", "Ronny, Daytonas to perform here at Friday dance", "Phi Mu Fraternity to attend State Day", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Red Cross offers rewarding career", "Plans begin for USM Day program", "Morris, Burkes assume offices", and "Aptitude test set March 26".

16 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 35, from March 18, 1966. Columns include, "Astronauts to return to Cape to de-brief", "Sports Hall of Fame plans to induct 12 former 'stars'", "Fashion show to feature summer wear", "Plans nearly complete for big event March 26", "Missing Bomb May Be Located", "SGA announces Miss Southern pageant details", "Senate Amends Teacher Pay Bill", "Young Democrats make plans for new elections", "Canadian Newsprint Makers Back Down", "Benefit hosts Pike victims at Elam Arms", "Elementary Education gains two new assistant professors", "In which Alred goes to college", "Kennedy comes to Ole Miss and campus security tightens", "Women: what to do about them", "If Shakespeare said it today", "Research continues on 'watching'", "Security announces rules, regulations for USM traffic", "Auto-dodging sport gains in popularity", "Nicholls State invades Southern diamond today", "Pupils quit books, crowd golf course", "Grid practice toughens; Vann reported 'pleased'", "Intramural department slates track, field meet", "Phi Mu's win badminton, widen first place lead", "Rifle team hosts Ole Miss, State", "Cranford sacks AAA boxing title", "Mobile Symphony invites Singers to aid in production 'King David'", "Theatre Dept. selects cast for 'Physicist'", "Shindig features Bitter End Sings", "'Choraliers' sing at Wesley meeting", "Little Man On Campus", "Lambda Iota Tau receives national recognition, initiates new members", "Peace Corps due here next week for job interviews", and "M-Club gives trophies to largest ticket seller".

18 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 36, from March 23, 1966. Columns include, "Mrs. Ivah E. Ostrander Wilber, USM Dean of Women, succumbs", "AN EDITORIAL", "Dr. McCain expresses own grief", "Campus mourns passing of education veteran", "'She was a fine example' echo coeds and friends", "Spring voting begins Tuesday", "Peace Corps seeks campus volunteers", "Robbie Robertson new Miss Venus", "Elmore 'bowls 'em over' to world endurance mark", "Poverty fund abuses noted in 'war' zones", "Right to vote extends to competency to write", "Government's snooping overlaps with privacy", "Operation Head Start continues; results are difficult to interpret", "Farm surpluses: our top riddle", "The sad plight of the underpaid quarterbacks", "New slate takes over for the Pen and Sword", "Security announces rules, regulations for USM traffic", "University to give four hours for Fine Arts Tour of Europe", "English Proficiency Spring test April 21", "Diamond squad opens with wins over Nicholls", "Black and Gold contest has grid squad scraping", "Pacers attempt to organize track, field team at Southern this year", "Squad nicknames Kreeger 'Batman'", "Little Man On Campus", "Arts Fest stars Shore, Glee Club", "Harry gives double take on hypnosis performance", "Fine Arts schedules annual high school Honors Program", "Phi Tau Chi holds initiation Friday", "Geography club invites student to speak here", and "Faculty wives cancel spring fashion show", "Miller Analogies Test".

23 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 37, from March 25, 1966. Columns include, "Generals battle Saturday at 2", "Three write-ins seek senior senator to boost the field to the necessary 10", "Services conducted for Wilber", "Students ballot Tuesday to name 'General Nat'", "Bzoch will speak on the 'infinite'", "Civitan to hear USM president", "USM's dynamic duo zaps great meal ticket scandal", "WAC's to show new fashions", "European Tour meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.", "British Embassy offical believes blockade on Rhodesia should work", "Peace Corps pleased with USM reception", "Debaters finish season with Natchitoches win", "Katz winner of Law Fund script event", "Bizzell names cabinet at first senate meeting", "MIAA selects Hunter for new president", "New list available on Fullbright posts", "Little Man On Campus", "Southern students want more sports", "Boxers miss title in national 'gloves'", "Netters continue winning streak", "Soccer started at USM; play in Southern League", "'Golden Giants' sign Gulfport basketballer", "Sorority initiation highlight of Spring season", "Alpha Lambda joins 24 by candlelight", "Phi Mu Fraternity takes first place at Millsaps", "Southern Baseballers '66", "Dow spokesman here Friday", "Enrollment proves increase from 1965", "Dr. Parry speaks to Young Repubs", and "Classified Ads".

25 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 38, from March 30, 1966. Columns include, "Alumni students observe USM Day", "Harry Arcarese, Moose Godfrey face final decision for General Nat honor", "Only 760 students vote as 33 win SGA positions", "Past prexy Lowrey lauds SGA leaders", "Phi Delta Rho initiates 10 in services held Monday", "Dr. Parry explains GOP loss to Young Republicans", "Registration fee due for SCOPE", Staffers excavate for old papers", "From Alfred: 'A fond farewell'", "Normal College News sheds light on early years here", "No polka dots after five", "USM celebrates 56 years of educational progress", "A change in seasons, times", "Phi Tau Chi initiates 22 in Danforth", "Library buys pre-1900 magazines", "District VI re-sets date for science fair at Southern", "Guest lecturer from Adelphi U. to speak here", "Strange leads interest group at convention", "Dr. Antley writes book on reading improvement", "Wilson tells British role in S,E. Asia", "Southern offers 4 quarter hours for arts tour", "Pacers pace indoor meet; score 58 points", "Black-Gold game shows air battle", "Southern Hall of Fame inducts 12 new members", "Exhibition track", "Little Man On Campus", "Spring Fling captures merriment of season", "Pen & Sword holds record album sale", "Dull one lays format for springtime frolic", "Talent show features Patsy Puckett; Jo Ann Miller represents Southern", "Chess enthusiasts schedule annual tournament in Natchez", "Fine Arts slates 3 summer musicals", "Southern grad lands position with La. firm", "Printz names new editor for spring quarter", "USM Band gets nationwide honor, invitation to Mich.", "Ford requests UFO probe", "M-Club Leaders", and "CLASSIFIED".

30 March 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 39, from April 1, 1966. Columns include, "SCOPE IX starts today with address by Ambassador Durbrow", "SCOPE IX schedule", "'Moose' Godfrey captures title; General Nat remains 'Southern'", "Varsity debaters travel to national tournament", "Run-offs prove upset for early lead held by Arcarese", "Former USM player receives Silver Star", "USM Invitiational opens tennis action here today", "Married students sponsor egg hunt", "Doumas receives summer grant for field research on Cyprus", "Delegates to attend fraternity meeting", "Phi Mu honors its new initiates at Mother-Daughter banguet", "Girls fancy new make-up trends", "Sororities attend annual State Day in Mississippi", "Scout exposition set", "Southern soccer squad hosts Tulane Sunday", Melton signs pact with Canada team", "Baseballers win 13-2 over MC", "Golf team takes dual win", "Placement bureau reports job openings", and "Dean releases sample test form; draft to crack down on students".

01 April 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 40, from April 6, 1966. Columns include, "Ed Kalehoff's Jazz Choir wins at Mobile Jazz Fest", "Miss USM pageant gets underway as 16 coeds prep for April judging", "Wilber fund started", "USM debaters rank 15th in national competition", "Easter Sunrise Service set for Thursday morning", "Improper dress causes eviction from Commons", "Dr. McCain draws picture of future in Civitan talk", "Dickerson takes action against boys involved in recent Scott Hall fights", "Dean Allen releases Easter break schedule", "Yellow Jackets seek applicants", "National Teacher Corps locates Southern training center at USM; seeks interns for June program", "Applications ready from service boards", "Speculation continues over current crack in Chinese-Russian relations", "U.S. builds flying saucer", "Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority holds initiation services for its pledges", "Army chaplain to speak at space workshop", "Coeds carry unique weapons", "Pi Beta Phi holds its Spring initiation", "Hearts 'n flowers", "MC wins invite; USM takes third", "Wendell Ladner signs with USM", "Soccer comes to USM", "Baseball squad faces tight week; 5 games in 7 days", "Music Dept. hosts Robert Dumm as conductor of piano workshop", "Kirkpatrick creates new magazine, 'Collegiate Scene'", "Fine Arts outlines USM's fourteenth annual music camp", "USM jazz choir wins trophy in college jazz festival", "Unique promotion agency headed by Southern student Robert Roe", "Fullbright-Hays information available", "Southern will observe OAS birthday, April 14", and "John Lazenby wins Senate prexy post".

06 April 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 41, from April 15, 1966. Columns include, "New light shed on latest dress code crackdowns", "Student dismissed on dress code", "School of Business makes Honor's Day preparations", "Southern students donate funds to support Viet Nam hospital", "Jackson receives award for essay contest entry", "Ohio fellowship goes to Pullman", "Southerners give money to complete CARE dormitory", "Lax voter rights can only worsen if juveniles vote", "With spring comes joy", "Reality: Who needs it?", "Old Sparta revisited", "Rangers learn guerrilla methods", "Oldest division preps teachers", "Commons, Hub provide sustenance", "Nance announces graduation day for Southerners", "Hearts n' flowers", "USM halts loosing streak, drops Arkansas Hogs 13-0", "Rep. Colmer to speak at annual Awards Banquet", "Majors open, time to pick the winner", "Chi O, Phi Mu still undefeated", "USM, Bama alter 1966 grid date", "Phi Eta Sigma elects officers", "Ole Miss netters visit USM today", "Kappa Sigs remain top in Frat softball play", "Four-wheel drive auto enters Indy", "Med students attend Atlanta Convention", "Laurel Lay leads women's bowling", "Business to speak at Retailing Day", "Pool opens for summer", "Selective Service tests announced", "Fulbright-Hays awards available to USM faculty", "Actor George Hamilton has chance for deferment", "Fashion Show set by faculty wives", "Who's in the sunset for 1966?", "DZ plans installation", "Nonagenerian finds college disappointing", "Placement begins job interviews", "Lester Clark highlights new Brandywine album", "Paisano has grudge against humans", "Bertha Fritzche Day planned for April 23", "History department announces plans for Jackson Fund Library project", "Monday begins leadership talks", "Babies born -- 29 days apart", "Southerner positions open for nominations", "Young Republicans to hear Dr. Bishop", "Pre-med honor society sends two to national convention in Atlanta", "Southern Mississippi-choice of tomorrow's leaders", "To step to learning, step into Southern", "Administration Building opens door to USM", "Auditorium houses various activities", "Southern offers finest complete athletic facilities", "USM builds for future", "Many graduates ask - 'Is it worth it?'", "Third section joins first", "Coliseum marks expansion", "ELAM ARMS...College Men Live Here", "Hillcrest is much more than just a dormatory...", "University clinic cures 'what ails ya'", "'Crossroads of campus' - serves needs of all students at Southern", "Marsh Hall sounds, creations add culture, beautify campus", "Who's Who In Hands", "High school graduate faces challenge", "USM operates on quarter system", "Fike says art & sciences program 'state's best'", "Southern Offers Student Aid", "Science dept. serves state", "Classrooms form heart of Southern", "Dr. W. K. Scarborough stands as spokesman of conservatism", "Kate Hubbard House practices home economics", "Reading clinic ranks as one of best in South", and "Academic, honor societies attract many at Southern".

15 April 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 42, from April 20, 1966. Columns include, "Men's Affairs Board takes action via committee of 3", "Omicron Delta Kappa taps 12 USM men in ceremony held Tuesday afternoon", "18 seek Miss USM title", "Oops! We missed", "UAC completes plans for Fling", "Spring leadership conference continues with second session tonight in Union", "Duffy talks at history society's fete", "Debaters win at Columbus", "Dr. Brown goes to Spitsbergen", "Three basic values underlie Catholicism's birth control views", "Today's world births outpace death rate", "World's population to double by 2000 A. D.", "U.S. must find way to solve problem of birth explosion", "Bizzell presents 1966 SGA budget to Senate", "Netters meet Millsaps on home courts today", "Linksmen face Majors today", "Southern lands fifth prep cager", "VanHook honored by USM Golf Assn.", "Track meet slated by Intramural Dept.", "USM Concert Band gives recital", "'Dido and Aeneas' wins crowd in 3 night run", "Greeks set for week of fun, frolic", "Conn announces available grants, scholarships, loans", and "Cosmetics expert to advise women on appearance at Waldoff's Friday".

20 April 1966

Powered by Preservica
© Copyright 2024