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[ ]Football'76 grid captains named6:11/151976
[ ]College Council (CC)Calendar revised1:61/151976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)CMP receives grant1:11/151976
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council voted to rescind calendar change1:41/151976
[ ]Curriculum Review CommitteeCurriculum Review Committee issues report5:51/151976
[ ]Cornell, DavidDavid Cornell named Vice President of Advancement1:61/151976
[ ]Radio station; WUSOExpands programming5:51/151976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Focuses on tuition increase1:41/151976
[ ]WrestlingGrapplers pound Xavier6:61/151976
[ ]RugbyInterest in starting a team7:51/151976
[ ]Women's ProgramInternships provide new awareness6:11/151976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison to be inaugurated in February1:61/151976
[ ]Klippert, Dr. John C.New assistant professor of mathematics4:31/151976
[ ]International EducationPaula (Epstein) talks about Taiwan8:11/151976
[ ]Resident CounselorsRamsay's enjoy Tower life8:11/151976
[ ]Union BoardSponsors American film experience5:41/151976
[ ]Women's ProgramSponsors film series4:11/151976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Student representatives chosen1:21/151976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTalent to overcome lack of depth6:71/151976
[ ]BasketballTigers have 8-1 record7:11/151976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)To present "Three Penny Opera"5:31/151976
[ ]Roddenberry, GeneTo speak in Union Dining Room1:11/151976
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWitt loses to Wright State7:41/151976
[ ]FootballWitt national champs6:11/151976
[ ]Messenger, Dr. ChristianAssistant professor on English41/221976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Copes with system's failure1:61/221976
[ ]Hardwick, ElizabethDiscusses creative women6:61/221976
[ ]Bread for the WorldFocus on hunger3:51/221976
[ ]Guild HouseGoes Chinese6:11/221976
[ ]WrestlingGrapplers defeat Central State5:31/221976
[ ]Geology DepartmentNew geology research center1:11/221976
[ ]International EducationPaula (Radice) enjoys Tasmania6:111/221976
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Peitioning student support3:61/221976
[ ]Honor Scholarships; Honor SocietiesPhi Beta Kappa rejects Wittenberg1:71/221976
[ ]Washington Semester ProgramSemester invaluable6:31/221976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTankers win one, lose one5:41/221976
[ ]BasketballTigers 11-15:11/221976
[ ]Hoffman, RichardTo speak on UFOs1:11/221976
[ ]Sauter, MarkUrban term: away from the routine1:11/221976
[ ]Project OutreachVolunteers reach out4:61/221976
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen have 1-2 record5:31/221976
[ ]AdvancementAdvancement program begins1:11/291976
[ ]FootballBanquet honors Tigers5:31/291976
[ ]BasketballCagers fall to Otterbein5:31/291976
[ ]W-DayCommittee makes suggestions1:11/291976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Discusses budget, grade point and fourth course1:61/291976
[ ]BasketballForward believes in team spirit5:51/291976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Kinnison outlines duties1:11/291976
[ ]WrestlingMatmen tie Adrian5:31/291976
[ ]Curriculum Review CommitteeNew institutional requirements evolve1:21/291976
[ ]Inter-Lutheran FestivalPlanned for February 13-153:51/291976
[ ]Haley, AlexSpeaks on Black History6:11/291976
[ ]Boling, Dr. T. EdwinStudies at University of Georgia6:11/291976
[ ]International EducationSummer in India6:61/291976
[ ]Bread for the WorldTargets congress3:51/291976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTigers bow to Kenyon5:41/291976
[ ]Roddenberry, GeneTV influences attitudes, lifestyles6:51/291976
[ ]AgoraAgora planned for May 81:62/51976
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS hosts a variety of speakers1:12/51976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Evaluation is open forum issue1:12/51976
[ ]Reisz, Rev. H. FrederickGroup examines marriage3:12/51976
[ ]Haley, AlexHaley discusses his novel6:22/51976
[ ]BasketballJV cagers look good5:52/51976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Mabry resigns1:32/51976
[ ]International EducationNancy (Beitman) enjoys England6:12/51976
[ ]Palumbo, GeorgeNew assistant professor of economics4:42/51976
[ ]Physics DepartmentPanel discusses science and government6:62/51976
[ ]Honor SocietiesPhi Beta Kappa gives no reason for rejection1:42/51976
[ ]Superior Hearing BoardSix appointed to board1:32/51976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Sterling appointed acting president1:12/51976
[ ]Biology DepartmentStudents study at Duke.6:72/51976
[ ]Bread for the WorldThree attend convention in Austin3:12/51976
[ ]Hoffman, RichardUFP remains unexplained6:12/51976
[ ]BasketballWitt wins twice by 355:12/51976
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen defeat Dominican5:32/51976
[ ]WrestlingWrestlers defeat Capital5:62/51976
[ ]Upward BoundAims to motivate4:52/121976
[ ]Superior Hearing BoardBegins hearing cases1:72/121976
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council sends F to committee1:12/121976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Discusses concert scheduling problem1:62/121976
[ ]Giovanni, NikkiGiovanni to speak in Weaver Chapel1:42/121976
[ ]WrestlingMatmen fall to Wesleyan5:42/121976
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenNet 5-4 record5:32/121976
[ ]Spinelli, Dr. LouisNew assistant professor of education4:12/121976
[ ]CareersResidence hall for career life planned1:12/121976
[ ]Biology DepartmentSister Earlene speaks to pre-med on nursing6:62/121976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTankers bow to Wooster5:12/121976
[ ]BasketballTigers defeat Marietta and Wesleyan5:12/121976
[ ]Neuberger, BenjaminTo talk on Isreali topics4:12/121976
[ ]Festival of Worship, Music and the ArtsWitt hosts festival4:32/121976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"Three Penny Opera" opens February 212:12/191976
[ ]Giovanni, NikkiA "princess" speaks out6:12/191976
[ ]BasketballCapital collides with Witt5:12/191976
[ ]Computer CenterComputer Center to increase efficiency6:62/191976
[ ]Business DepartmentCourse benefits area and students4:42/191976
[ ]Future StudiesDr. King Speaks4:32/191976
[ ]Hayden, Dr. AlbertEdits book6:32/191976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Inauguration to take place Feb. 211:32/191976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Kinnison outlines purpose1:12/191976
[ ]Thomas, Dr. ArthurLecture on black women6:62/191976
[ ]WrestlingMatmen win 2 and lose 25:32/191976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Plans dorm events1:72/191976
[ ]Williams, Francis T.Returns to Chemistry dept.4:12/191976
[ ]International EducationScholarships open for study in Japan4:22/191976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Should WUSO go stereo?1:52/191976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTiger drown Capital5:72/191976
[ ]BowlingWomen improve standing5:72/191976
[ ]McConnell, Doug"prayer" performed by Witt Choir8:12/251976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"Three Penny" twists adn entices3:52/251976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.(pics)2/251976
[ ]Vivian, Dr. C. T.Calls for control, unity, identity8:42/251976
[ ]WrestlingEnd season7:62/251976
[ ]Neuberger, BenjaminFavors partition8:62/251976
[ ]Hallmark EmployeesHallmark is a part of Witt1:12/251976
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenHoping for state tournament bid7:42/251976
[ ]BasketballHuebner sparks Tigers7:12/251976
[ ]CreditIs NC the lone culprit?1:52/251976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison inaugurated eleventh president4-52/251976
[ ]Wallace, Dr. Andy B.New assistant professor of geology6:42/251976
[ ]Biology DepartmentRockwood outlines jobs in medical technology8:22/251976
[ ]Schultz, RobertStudies unions6:62/251976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Supports possible tuition increase1:12/251976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTankers lose7:72/251976
[ ]BasketballTigers enter OAC playoffs at 18:37:12/251976
[ ]FreshmenAdmissions look good for next year1:13/41976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Allocates $5258:73/41976
[ ]Union BoardBeatles weekend launches spring term activities1:23/41976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Examines fourth course, tenure, W-Day1:43/41976
[ ]Festival of Worship, Music and the ArtsFestival a success8:63/41976
[ ]Founders DayFounder's Day to be observed March 191:63/41976
[ ]WrestlingGrapplers finish eleventh in OAC meet5:33/41976
[ ]Hagelberg, M. PaulHagelberg discusses metal fatigue6:63/41976
[ ]Palmer-Allman, Dr. Harold D.Joins psychology departmetn4:13/41976
[ ]Washington Semester ProgramNow includes science emphasis1:63/41976
[ ]BasketballPersistence rewards Critchell5:53/41976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenTankers lose 62-535:73/41976
[ ]BasketballTigers advance to semis5:13/41976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"Transparent Morning" cast4:74/81976
[ ]AgoraAgora means sharing4:44/81976
[ ]Brown, Dr. E. LeonardBrown recalls Guatemalan disaster4:44/81976
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council passes revised W-Day1:44/81976
[ ]Behrman, Dr. Cynthia F.; Distinguished Teaching AwardsDr. Cynthia Behrman receives award1:14/81976
[ ]Politics; Bindley, Dr. Joseph HooverDr. Joe Bindley studies the primaries3:14/81976
[ ]BasketballDunn selected All-American7:14/81976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Dutton named president; increase defeated1:14/81976
[ ]Educational Support Staff Development ProgramESSDP to help administration1:54/81976
[ ]Future StudiesExamines alternatives5:44/81976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenFarris MVP7:64/81976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Homecoming committee: a problem8:64/81976
[ ]Senior CircleInitiated new members5:84/81976
[ ]International EducationJapan seminar open5:14/81976
[ ]WrestlingMcLeod is MVP7:64/81976
[ ]Union BoardOfficers attend convention6:14/81976
[ ]Union BoardPresents Odetta4:24/81976
[ ]Swimming and Diving - MenSmith makes finals7:14/81976
[ ]Schierwater, Dr. Hans-ViktorSpeaks on effective foreign policy5:64/81976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Statements of candidacy84/81976
[ ]Ortquist, Dr. RichardStudies the primaries3:14/81976
[ ]International EducationThree return from Japan5:14/81976
[ ]BasketballTigers finish season of accomplishment6:14/81976
[ ]BaseballTigers lose opener 7-26:14/81976
[ ]McClenathan, MarkTo present first music-theatre comprehensive4:14/81976
[ ]Ballard, Dr. ReneBallard resigns as dean1:54/151976
[ ]Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong LearningCenter breaks ground1:54/151976
[ ]Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong LearningCenter breaks ground6:14/151976
[ ]Student ServicesHas supportive role4:44/151976
[ ]Union BoardMelissa Manchester in concert1:14/151976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Officers elected1:64/151976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Passes support for Urban Studies program1:34/151976
[ ]Chakrowarty, Dr. AmiyaScholar remembers great men6:14/151976
[ ]International EducationStudents return from Mexico6:34/151976
[ ]BaseballTigers sweep two from Bishops5:34/151976
[ ]Tennis - MenTop WSU5:64/151976
[ ]Student ServicesUniversity looks for counseling director1:14/151976
[ ]Tennis - WomenWomen win two5:34/151976
[ ]Pretzer, Dr. DianeAfro-Spanish poetry now capturing attention in USA6:14/221976
[ ]Alumnae/Alumni;CareersAlum discusses careers in geology4:24/221976
[ ]BaseballBatsmen defeat Muskingum5:14/221976
[ ]Danforth FellowshipBoyd, Bernhardt receive honors1:14/221976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Discusses OPIRG funding1:14/221976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)Focuseson housing selection1:34/221976
[ ]Pick and PenHonors junior men4:64/221976
[ ]Ivy RingHonors junior women4:64/221976
[ ]McSkimming, Tom D.Job has varied functions6:14/221976
[ ]Tennis - MenNettes lose to Kenyon5:34/221976
[ ]Business DepartmentNew course succeeds6:74/221976
[ ]Guild HouseSaar encourages cultural expanding for individuals4:14/221976
[ ]Track and FieldSeason tied up 4-45:34/221976
[ ]Urban StudiesSeek funds for non-student director1:44/221976
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Still organizes3:74/221976
[ ]Tennis - WomenTeam wins again, stand at 3-15:54/221976
[ ]Alumnae/Alumni; Alumnae/Alumni;CareersWitt grads discuss jobs4:64/221976
[ ]Alma MaterAlma Mater candidates chosen1:64/291976
[ ]Tennis - MenBeach gets 98th win5:14/291976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Fulltime physician alternative presented1:14/291976
[ ]Johnson, Martin E.;DeathsGeography professor dies1:24/291976
[ ]Lobach, JohnLiability case upheld1:34/291976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)Literature, experience inspire "Morning"4:14/291976
[ ]Union BoardManchester actively pursues optimism6:34/291976
[ ]Brown, Dr. E. LeonardResearch focuses on housing6:14/291976
[ ]International EducationStudents study a term in Liverpool, England4:74/291976
[ ]BaseballTigers squeeze past Cardinals 5-45:14/291976
[ ]TuitionTuition jumps $2851:54/291976
[ ]Tennis - WomenWin one, lose 45:24/291976
[ ]Track and FieldWins 1, loses 15:34/291976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"Transparent Morning" reflects our changing history1:65/61976
[ ]AgoraAgora brings creative people together for all1:15/61976
[ ]FinancesAid cut threatens students1:55/61976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Approves OPRIG funds1:15/61976
[ ]Union BoardBrass Construction: nation's number one1:65/61976
[ ]Bunnel, BillBunnel researches chemistry4:15/61976
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council acts to encourage adult enrollment1:35/61976
[ ]Jenkins, Dr. CarlExplains use of acupuncture6:55/61976
[ ]International EducationFrance represents opening experience6:65/61976
[ ]GolfGolfers win at tourney5:35/61976
[ ]Thorsen, Dr. ByronLooks ahead6:15/61976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)RHA week: just around the corner4:25/61976
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenTeam takes two5:55/61976
[ ]Tennis - MenTigers shut out Musky 9-05:35/61976
[ ]BaseballWinning streak snaps5:15/61976
[ ]Parents WeekendWitt primps for weekend events1:55/61976
[ ]Art DepartmentArtists are honored6:15/131976
[ ]Honors LuncheonAwards given: M. Alice Geiger and Margaret Earmarth1:35/131976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Election declared valid1:15/131976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Election declared valid1;15/131976
[ ]Residence Hall Association (RHA)First RHA week encourages involvement4:15/131976
[ ]W-DayGames announced4:65/131976
[ ]GolfGolfers end well5:%5/131976
[ ]Hamilton, Robert D.Hamilton to coach at Navy1:15/131976
[ ]Lodge, LillyLodge blazes trail in theatre4:35/131976
[ ]Manuel, Dr. Paul G.Manuel sees Witt as place of caring6:15/131976
[ ]Alma MaterMarcie Miller chosen1:55/131976
[ ]Renaissance NightMassie directs farce4:25/131976
[ ]Tennis - MenNet team splits5:75/131976
[ ]Matthews, DavidPresents an elaborate show6:55/131976
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenTeam is 2-55:75/131976
[ ]BaseballTigers upset Marietta5:15/131976
[ ]Renaissance NightTo bring culture4:45/131976
[ ]Tennis - WomenWomen win in 4 of 55:65/131976
[ ]BaseballBatsmen need two5:15/201976
[ ]Bond, JulianBond to speak on new politics1:45/201976
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenBowen, Culler on national5:35/201976
[ ]FacultyChanges announced for 76-771:15/201976
[ ]Business DepartmentClass rates car4:45/201976
[ ]Cornell, DavidDavid Cornell aims for rapport6:15/201976
[ ]AdvancementDr. Jacob C. Baas, Jr. to be executive director1:75/201976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Evaluates council issue and faculty visits1:15/201976
[ ]GolfHall and Hughes score6:75/201976
[ ]Student BankReports 6,000 missing1:55/201976
[ ]RetirementRetirees share Witt memories6:35/201976
[ ]Tennis - MenTeam ends third5:15/201976
[ ]FinancesWitt receives four new scholarship grants1:35/201976
[ ]International EducationWitt student to revisit England4:65/201976
[ ]Tennis - WomenWomen in tourney5:15/201976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Attacks W-Day ban1:15/271976
[ ]Urban StudiesCity serves as learning center4:75/271976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)CMP discusses goals1:65/271976
[ ]RugbyDream becomes a reality5:15/271976
[ ]BaseballFahrney guides Tigers to second place finish5:15/271976
[ ]Coalition of ConcernGroups from coalition4:45/271976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison issues response1:55/271976
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison looks at year6:15/271976
[ ]Track and FieldMike hits 4'6"5:55/271976
[ ]Student BankMissing deposits are under investigation1:15/271976
[ ]Honor SocietiesNine seniors elected to honor society1:75/271976
[ ]Honor SocietiesPhi Beta Kappa indicates reasons for Witt's rejection1:35/271976
[ ]GolfShoot for title5:75/271976
[ ]W-DayStudent shot on W-Day1:55/271976
[ ]Morrison, RodTo be Union director4:15/271976
[ ]Tennis - MenTwo netters play5:15/271976
[ ]W-DayW-Day (pic)6:45/271976
[ ]Track and FieldWraps up with a tenth5:35/271976
[ ]Freshmen788 freshmen arrive on campus today1:59/91976
[ ]ChoirChoir tour scheduled4:19/91976
[ ]Dahl, Dr. ErnoDahl to become president of Carthage College in Kenosh, Wisconsin on Jan. 1, 1977 (pic)1:59/91976
[ ]Hagelberg, M. PaulHagelberg on leave for academic year4:19/91976
[ ]Hartman, Rev. DavidHartman died July 6 in University Hospital, Columbus (pic)1:39/91976
[ ]Cross CountryLarry Hunter to coach cross country for first time5:59/91976
[ ]Coleman, MargaretMargaret Coleman appointed a Life-long Learning head1:19/91976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)President outlines goals6:19/91976
[ ]FootballSeason to open Sept. 18 at Eastern Kentucky5:19/91976
[ ]SoccerSeason to open Sept. 22 at Urbana5:59/91976
[ ]Psychology DepartmentSex is psche course topic4:19/91976
[ ]Shaftner, KimSpent summer at "volunteer" patient at the National Institute of Health in Bethesday, Md.6:39/91976
[ ]Pre-Med ProgramSuccessful6:29/91976
[ ]Languages DepartmentSurvey of Chinese Literature course in English translation offered4:49/91976
[ ]Students, OlderTo be able to enroll in regular day classes for a reduced fee4:79/91976
[ ]Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong LearningTo be completed by mid-19774:79/91976
[ ]Rhatigan, Dr. James J.To speak at Academic Convocation for the 1976-77 school year on Sept. 9th1:79/91976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"The importance of being Earnest" to be presented Sept. 22, 23 & Nov. 3, 74:49/231976
[ ]AlcoholAlcohol policy explained1:39/231976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Allocates money for Homecoming Event1:19/231976
[ ]Alpha Tau OmegaAlpha Tau Omega adds wing to frat house (pic)5:69/231976
[ ]Cross CountryCC to open season Saturday at Wooster7:19/231976
[ ]Storaska, FredericExecutive director of the National Organization for the prevention of rape and assault to speak here1:19/231976
[ ]Livezy, Dr. LowellExecutive director of the World Without War Council to speak here (pic)4:69/231976
[ ]RugbyFirst season of Witt's rugby club4:49/231976
[ ]Geology ClubGeology club to meet Sept. 294:69/231976
[ ]Wakata, Dr. KyojiGuest professor weighs culture of east and west4:69/231976
[ ]Coalition of ConcernNetwork of Wittenberg organizations with a shared interest in social, political, and economic issue3:69/231976
[ ]Newman ClubPart of Wittenberg's campus ministry program4:79/231976
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Plans meeting3:39/231976
[ ]Chenoweth, RichardRichard Chenoweth reflects on music career8:19/231976
[ ]Women's ProgramStudies women's roles1:49/231976
[ ]SoccerTo open season at Urbana today6:19/231976
[ ]LibraryUniversity presents plan for new library facilities1:69/231976
[ ]Herrig, RobertWins $10,000 on the Pyramid TV show8:69/231976
[ ]FootballWitt loses to Eastern Kentucky 28-06:19/231976
[ ]Kresge Grant$100,000 challenge grant for the renovation of Koch hall1:69/301976
[ ]Radio station; WUSOBegins new radio year4:79/301976
[ ]Church Relations Task ForceChurch relations task force set up on campus to "rethink the way the church relates to the University and the University relates to the church"1:59/301976
[ ]Hobbs, Dr. HortonEmphasizes the importance of preserving caves6:19/301976
[ ]Phi Mu DeltaFraternity needs funds for housing4:19/301976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Homecoming funds are disputed1:49/301976
[ ]Union BoardLeaders stress student support1:19/301976
[ ]South HallLounge redecorated1:19/301976
[ ]HomecomingPlans being formulated for the Oct. 22 event4:39/301976
[ ]Resident CounselorsProvide education for dormitory residents6:69/301976
[ ]HobbiesStudents display hobbies at the Science Library4:59/301976
[ ]Cross CountryTeam place 8th out of 13 in OAC relays at Wooster5:59/301976
[ ]Gregory, DickTo speak for the Concerned Black Students, and Union Board on Nov. 56:79/301976
[ ]FootballWin over Butler 21-185:19/301976
[ ]VolleyballWitt to open season Oct 11 agains Denison and Sinclair5:39/301976
[ ]TUT(Theatre)"The Importance . . . ." to be first production3:710/71976
[ ]Bauer, Dr. ConstanceBauer appointed director of the Urban Studies Program1:310/71976
[ ]Smith, StuartCaptain for football team5:310/71976
[ ]Career CenterCareer center in Keller Hall6:510/71976
[ ]Urban StudiesDr. Constance Bauer appointed director1:310/71976
[ ]Dahl, Dr. GordonDr. Gordon Dahl to speak about leisure on Oct. 101:110/71976
[ ]SoccerLose to Cedarville and Kenyon5:610/71976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Moves election to winter1;510/71976
[ ]Saunders, Dr. WilliamNew faculty attracted to community atmosphere4:410/71976
[ ]TenureOpen meeting for students to give views of faculty members who are up for tenure4:110/71976
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Projects benefit public3:410/71976
[ ]Honor CodeRevised1:110/71976
[ ]Storaska, FredericSpeaker outlines rape survival1:410/71976
[ ]Cross CountryTeam placed 4th in 6-team meet at Delaware, O.5:610/71976
[ ]FootballWin over Wesleyan 55-215:110/71976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Approves budget1:110/141976
[ ]Fisher, JeffreyBalance theory and practical application in class (pic)4:410/141976
[ ]Cross CountryCC defeated Denison & Heidelberg; lost to Ohio Northern5:310/141976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)CMP gathers imput to reconcile diverse viewpoints1:510/141976
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council vetoes new calendar proposal1:610/141976
[ ]Urban StudiesCommittee to hold its Urban Night Thursday6:110/141976
[ ]TenureConsidered for tenure: S. Mickel, W. Kostroski, H. Klingensmith, M. Murname, J. Pastor, & C. Georges1:310/141976
[ ]Smith, MortonDirector of Public Affairs to speak on Far East4:410/141976
[ ]Brown, Dr. E. LeonardDiscussion on rural Honduras case study4:110/141976
[ ]Faculty Development OrganizationGoal is to improve learning by students due to better teaching techniques and abilities of profs1:310/141976
[ ]Superior Hearing BoardHandles violations6:710/141976
[ ]FootballLose to Baldwin-Wallace. Sceduled to play Ohio Northern5:310/141976
[ ]SoccerLose to Dayton (pic)5:310/141976
[ ]XeroxOnly color Xerox on campus is in Thomas Library6:710/141976
[ ]Hockey - WomenPredict a good year5:710/141976
[ ]Kruschitz, ErichProvides residents of Guild House with German exposure6:410/141976
[ ]Murphy, MichaelSinger, to perform at Witt, Saturday, Oct. 231:110/141976
[ ]RugbyWin over Wright State 34-0 and Ball State 6-45:410/141976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Advancement official explain duties to SGA1:110/211976
[ ]Cross CountryCC placed 22 among 27 in All-Ohio meet at Ohio Wesleyan Oct. 165:310/211976
[ ]Pearsol, James A.Director of counseling and testing hopes to contribute to the development of personal potential (pic)4:110/211976
[ ]MacInnis, Dr. DonaldDirector of Midwest China Study Resource Center to speak here Sunday1:710/211976
[ ]GeologyField trip to Bahamas planned for Nov. 28-Dec. 71:410/211976
[ ]Alt, Paul; Moore, Stephen L.Instructor in health and physical education glad to be back at Witt4:510/211976
[ ]VolleyballLoses to Ohio Northern5:710/211976
[ ]Swimming and DivingOpened season Tuesday, Oct. 5 with a win over Ohio Wesleyan, 69-445:510/211976
[ ]Lindstrom, RobertSophomore recuperating after near fatal accident6:110/211976
[ ]Institutional Goals InventorySurveys campus goal priorities1:610/211976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Task forces examine structure, student activity1:110/211976
[ ]International ExpositionTo be on campus Nov. 1-61:110/211976
[ ]SoccerWin over Capital 3-15:310/211976
[ ]VolleyballWin over Central State, Rio Grande, and Findlay5:710/211976
[ ]FootballWin over Ohio Northern 30-245:210/211976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Lifestyles to be consideredNote: this title may exist, but the citation to the print edition appears to be incorrect.1:110/231976
[ ]Photography WorkshopBlack and white photography4:610/281976
[ ]Foreign StudentsBritish students comment on American life4:110/281976
[ ]International ExpositionCalendar of events4:110/281976
[ ]Cross CountryCC finished 3rd out of 5 in final home meet5:610/281976
[ ]VolleyballCoach comments about 10-2 record5:310/281976
[ ]Danforth FellowshipDanforth Fellowship increases support for minority persons6:410/281976
[ ]Myers HallDedicated by Sen. David Hartley and Dr. Kinnison4:810/281976
[ ]Cosmopolitan ClubEnglish Culture Identification Night with British students Oct. 294:610/281976
[ ]Enrollment Task ForceEnrollment trends studies1:110/281976
[ ]Murphy, MichaelEntertained crowd after homecoming6:110/281976
[ ]Parents WeekendEvents planned4:310/281976
[ ]Smith, MortonExplains U. S. Geology in the East6:710/281976
[ ]International ExpositionExposition keeps on interdependence Nov. 1-61:310/281976
[ ]Bach ChoraleFestival worship "Vespers" on Oct 316:110/281976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Group's Task Force to study environment1:610/281976
[ ]FootballHomecoming game won by Witt over Wooster 33-05:110/281976
[ ]Mickel, StanleyJapan summer seminar scheduled4:410/281976
[ ]TenureLanguage dept. meeting with students to discuss tenure for S. Mickel and R. Pastor on Nov. 74:710/281976
[ ]Amadkila, Rev. MattiMatti lectures on the church and he political situation in Africa-Namibia, Nov. 26:510/281976
[ ]Symphonic BandPerforms first concert Oct. 314:710/281976
[ ]Ford, StevenPresident's son visits campus Oct. 221:110/281976
[ ]Vestal, JimRemembers his experience in Japan6:110/281976
[ ]Political Science DepartmentSettingup new headquarters for national election4:810/281976
[ ]SoccerTigers defeated by Muskingum 4-1 & Denison 1-05:310/281976
[ ]RugbyTigers tied Miami Valley 6-6, joined with them to defeat Wright State5:410/281976
[ ]Gregory, DickTo present lecture Nov. 51:510/281976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Votes to extend OPIRG funding1:410/281976
[ ]International exhibitionIn full swingNote: this title may exist, but the citation to the print edition appears to be incorrect.1:110/301976
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)Black students discuss goals for the year1:311/41976
[ ]Blanshan, Dr. Sue AnnBlanshan researches disasters8:111/41976
[ ]Boulding, EliseBoulding gives lecture on the role of women through time, Oct. 298:111/41976
[ ]International ExpositionBritish flag stolen from Union Oct. 30, 19764:211/41976
[ ]Oates, John; Hall, DarylCombine in songwriting and recording. Appear at WU Nov. 12 (por)1:4-711/41976
[ ]Zimmer, BarbaraFormer VISTA worker to visit4:711/41976
[ ]Phi Eta SigmaFrat will run a football to Muskingum for United Way5:311/41976
[ ]Myers HallHarry Walters, custodian, cuts dedication ribbon5:311/41976
[ ]Religion DepartmentIsrael trip is planned for Dec.5:111/41976
[ ]Taylor, LivingstonLikes to entertain. In concert presented by UB Nov. 141:311/41976
[ ]Back, Sven-ErikMusic as communication presented in Back clinic8:511/41976
[ ]Omicron Delta KappaODK holds its fall initiation Nov. 64:111/41976
[ ]Springfield Symphony OrchestraOpening set for Nov. 68:311/41976
[ ]Honor SocietiesOutlines member's qualifications4:411/41976
[ ]Devine, PatPat Devine leaves 4 good years at Witt in football behind7:111/41976
[ ]Greek CouncilPicture of VW stuffing contest held Oct. 28, 19764:411/41976
[ ]Student Government Association (SGA)Proposed Spring day & announced a flea market1:611/41976
[ ]Dill, RickRick Dill leaves four good years at Witt in football behind7:111/41976
[ ]Cross CountryRun to potential, finish 10th in Ohio conference6:611/41976
[ ]SoccerSeniors examine Witt soccer7:411/41976
[ ]VolleyballSpickers prepare for tourney with record of 13-36:311/41976
[ ]Geology ClubSponsors sale of handmade objects Nov. 6-74:211/41976
[ ]Anwyl, GwynStudent interns with police5:611/41976
[ ]Honor SocietiesStudents are chosen as Honor Society members1:111/41976
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Task force continues to investigate aspects of University life1:111/41976
[ ]SoccerTigers defeated by Marietta 3-26:311/41976
[ ]Union BoardUB committee4:111/41976
[ ]FootballWin over Capital 14-06:111/41976
[ ]Schindler, Pamela S.New assistant professor of business administrationNote: this title may exist, but the citation to the print edition appears to be incorrect.4:111/61976