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[ ]Soccer4 Witt booters make All-OAC5:31/131978
[ ]Alumni AssociationAlumni Association seeks distinguished teacher choices1:11/131978
[ ]Board of DirectorsBoard approves asset split for Witt, Hamma1:61/131978
[ ]College Council (CC)CC alters major1:71/131978
[ ]Cross CountryCC probes effectiveness1:41/131978
[ ]Adelson, Dr. EdwardDr. Adelson fills Physics vacancy4:21/131978
[ ]Kostroski, Dr. Warren L.;DeathsDr. Kostroski dies1:11/131978
[ ]Lazareth, Dr. WilliamDr. William Lazareth to give Epiphany Lecture6:51/131978
[ ]FootballGridders smash 11 marks, land 2 All Americans5:11/131978
[ ]BasketballHunter lauds play of youthful cagers5:11/131978
[ ]Jones, FlorenceJones is Hallmark landmark4:11/131978
[ ]BasketballJVs start fast5:41/131978
[ ]WrestlingMatmen fall to Musky in opener5:61/131978
[ ]Science Building SculptureSculpture captures interaction of forces4:51/131978
[ ]SwimmingTankers lack experience5:71/131978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesTeri Riley and Glenn Kashurba chosen6:71/131978
[ ]Recitation HallTick-tock sounds Reci's new clock1:21/131978
[ ]BasketballTigers win tourney, whip 2 OAC foes5:11/131978
[ ]Urban FellowshipUrban Fellowship program unveiled3:61/131978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Utility rates reforms sought3:61/131978
[ ]Gibson, Sandra LouiseWitt grad cited for Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship6:31/131978
[ ]Wittenberg ChoirChoir plans Russian tour6:42/31978
[ ]CinevueCinevue question almost settled3:32/31978
[ ]Marketing ClubClub sets "promo" clinic7:32/31978
[ ]Union BoardConcerts cancelled1:72/31978
[ ]Basketball IntramuralsControversial victory highlights intramurals8:52/31978
[ ]Educational Policies Committee (EPC)EPC probes half course idea1:12/31978
[ ]Phi Eta SigmaFijis take on major project52/31978
[ ]WrestlingGrapplers continue to struggle8:12/31978
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesGreeks busy pledges5:42/31978
[ ]Science Hall; GreenhouseGreenhouse blooms as oasis of plant life7:32/31978
[ ]Wittenberg History JournalJournal seeks papers6:12/31978
[ ]BasketballJVs snap back9:32/31978
[ ]BowlingKeglers open against Otterbein2/31978
[ ]Kostroski, Dr. Warren L.Memorail service set3:62/31978
[ ]Tennis-MenNetters prep for season8:72/31978
[ ]YearbookPrice up3:42/31978
[ ]Union BoardProfs to get in all UB activites free10:22/31978
[ ]Project OutreachProject Outreach makes new plans6:72/31978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA proposes change in schedule of elections1:42/31978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA picks WUSO head, approves dance group1:52/31978
[ ]Smith, David H.Smith goes to W. Michigan Univ.4:42/31978
[ ]Smith, Alexander F.Smith works to strengthen Greek life5:42/31978
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesSororities and Fraternities take new pledge class5:12/31978
[ ]Spinelli, Dr. LouisSpinelli visits Cuba as part of tour10:52/31978
[ ]Mercy Medical CenterStudents serve as Mercy Medical Volunteers10:12/31978
[ ]SwimmingTankers place eighth in Ohio Conference championship meet5:72/31978
[ ]SwimmingThree records set WS win8:22/31978
[ ]BasketballTigers vistorious--split last 4 games8:22/31978
[ ]BasketballTigers whip Otters for fourth straight win9:12/31978
[ ]TheatreTUT will produce children's musical6:62/31978
[ ]Food Services; Union Dining RoomUDR suffers tray theft7:12/31978
[ ]Urban Studies (Urban Emphasis)Urban term offers opportunities for study in off campus7:52/31978
[ ]ComputerWitt considers computer head3:72/31978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen fall 0-29:72/31978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen get snowed out8:82/31978
[ ]Radio station; WUSOWUSO appoints public relations man1:12/31978
[ ]SeniorsDiscuss topics, elect honorary faculty members1:72/91978
[ ]Agora"Agora Day" plans underway4:72/101978
[ ]Black Emphasis MonthBEM emphasizes contributors1:22/101978
[ ]Black Emphasis MonthBlack Emphasis events scheduled4:52/101978
[ ]Cross CountryCC tables code again1:52/101978
[ ]Wittenberg Bell ChoirChoir's voice "rings" out4:72/101978
[ ]Wittenberg Christian Fellowship (WCF)Fellowship offers room for growth4:42/101978
[ ]Humanities ConferenceHumanities faculty seeks "right questions"1:22/101978
[ ]BasketballJVs notch 2 wins5:32/101978
[ ]Mao, Dr. JeffreyMao outlines UN development, function6:22/101978
[ ]Manuel, Dr. Paul G.Prospects for admission good1:12/101978
[ ]Resident AdvisorsRA meeting outlines job6:62/101978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA Moves Election1:52/101978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA sets dance fumbling3:42/101978
[ ]SwimmingTankers lose two5:72/101978
[ ]BasketballTigers to play Muskies for first place5:12/101978
[ ]Union BoardUB finalizes plans for concert6:12/101978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesVanessa Robinson and Gordon Gara chosen6:42/101978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen cop first victory against Wilmington5:42/101978
[ ]WrestlingWrestlers drop third straight5:62/101978
[ ]FinancesAid forms due March 151:32/171978
[ ]Student Government AssociationAlcohol policy tabled1:72/171978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenCagers whip Capital5:72/171978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesDick Bittner, Kurt Keener, Rae Ann Wessel and Laura Purnell chosen6:22/171978
[ ]Nathan, Dr. Andrew J.East Asian Expert to speak on China6:32/171978
[ ]Silkin, JohnEnglish poet will read1:12/171978
[ ]Hoy, Dr. DavidHoy uses powers to help people6:32/171978
[ ]BasketballJVs avenge loss5:52/171978
[ ]BowlingKeglers in first place5:72/171978
[ ]WrestlingMatmen win twice, fall to Marietta5:12/171978
[ ]Wiebenga, Dr. WilliamNew provost erodes myth4:52/171978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Plans repair survey3:12/171978
[ ]Office of Public InformationPOI spreads Witt news1:62/171978
[ ]SwimmingSwimmers win first season meet5:32/171978
[ ]BasketballTigers win streak snapped at 65:32/171978
[ ]Blanc, MelVoice of "Bugs" speaks1:72/171978
[ ]HammaWitt Could Gain by Hamma Split1:12/171978
[ ]Summy, RickWUOS's new PR director has hopes4:12/171978
[ ]TrackTrackmen start indoor season5:72/191978
[ ]WrestlingMatmen whip UP in last match5:62/231978
[ ]Cornute, RaquelAffirmative Action guidelines set speech Feb. 224:62/241978
[ ]Basketball IntramuralsATOs leada frat league5:62/241978
[ ]Black Emphasis MonthBEM spreads awareness, understanding1:12/241978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesCheryl Gatchel and Ed Wittneberg named6:52/241978
[ ]Cummings, RonaldCummings recalls trucking days6:32/241978
[ ]Dove, RitaDove reads own poems on Feb 271:72/241978
[ ]Gates, SteveGates memorial service to be celebrated Sunday, Feb. 261:72/241978
[ ]Greek CouncilGreeks plan charity skate Feb. 254:52/241978
[ ]Buildings; Residence Halls; FiresHall present fire hazards1:52/241978
[ ]HammaHamma move brings nastalgia1:12/241978
[ ]Humanities DepartmentHumanities departments planning together1:12/241978
[ ]BasketballJVs end season with win - beat Ohio Wesleyan5:12/241978
[ ]Basketball IntramuralsOld Keller, OBS stay on top in open leagues5:62/241978
[ ]White, JackPool shark appears on March 21:32/241978
[ ]Mickel, StanleyProf geys Fulbright Fellowship1:82/241978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSenior leaders review progress6:32/241978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA passes alcohol policy1:52/241978
[ ]Simon, William E.Simon discusses state of enconomy and nation on Feb. 166:52/241978
[ ]Student Government AssociationStudent candidates field questions on Feb. 211:12/241978
[ ]SwimmingTankers look ahead to OAC finals5:32/241978
[ ]BasketballTigers cop southern division title, seek OAC crown5:12/241978
[ ]Black Emphasis MonthBlack Magic show closes BEM1:63/31978
[ ]Society of the Plastics Industry, IncFirm offers award3:73/31978
[ ]Greek CouncilGreeks skate with kids on Feb. 254:53/31978
[ ]Gregory, RobinGregory is Tiger's MVP5:33/31978
[ ]Hosier, DickHosier recounts experience south of the border4:43/31978
[ ]BowlingKeglers cop league crown on Feb. 255:63/31978
[ ]WrestlingMatmen improve place eighth in Ohio Conference5:63/31978
[ ]BasketballOtterbein stops Tigers in OAC tourney5:33/31978
[ ]Hollander, LorinPianist appears at Wittenberg March 101:43/31978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA approves constitution, discusses new alcohol policy1:63/31978
[ ]Rugby TeamRuggers needed for spring5:33/31978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA funds sought for tiger uniform case1:53/31978
[ ]Bennett, RondusSurvey on virginity engenders intercourse4:53/31978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenWomen finish at 2-10; lose to Cedarville5:43/31978
[ ]BaseballBaseball team win 3 straight under new coach5:14/71978
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Budget cuts foreshadowed1:54/71978
[ ]AlumniFew Witt alumni give gifts1:34/71978
[ ]Japan FoundationFoundation gives grant to Witt's East Asian Studies Program1:14/71978
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison sees problems on horizon for private schools1:64/71978
[ ]Wittenberg ChoirMembers stage 24 hour dance marathon to raise money for tour of Europe/Russia4:54/71978
[ ]Tennis-MenNetters drop opener5;74/71978
[ ]Otte, Alice R.Otte reviews achievements6:14/71978
[ ]Class Registration; Registrar's OfficeRegistration returns to field house1:64/71978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA votes funds, makes selection suggestions6:34/71978
[ ]Rugby TeamRuggers to start opening season5:54/71978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA wrestles with OPIRG issue1:14/71978
[ ]Ivy RingTaps new sophomore members6:44/71978
[ ]TheatreTheatre tour set for Great Britain4:64/71978
[ ]Williams, Dr. Preston N.Theologian to lecture of the American Dream3:34/71978
[ ]Steiger, RustyTo present adult play for puppets entitled "The Hobbit"1:64/71978
[ ]TrackTrackmen optimistic5:14/71978
[ ]Newman, RandyWill appear at Witt fieldhouse on Sat1:44/71978
[ ]Tennis-WomenWomen lose to Miami univ.3;54/71978
[ ]Women's Awareness WeekWomen's week slated for April 9-146:74/71978
[ ]AdvancementCapital fund drive begins1:14/141978
[ ]Class Registration; Registrar's OfficeClass registration change brings mixed reactions1:14/141978
[ ]DeCrow, KarenDeCrow reminds audience girls, boys are one species4:44/141978
[ ]Hardesty, Dr. Nancy A.Feminist theologian set for April 166:14/141978
[ ]Jaggar, Dr. AlisonJaggar relates prostitution, philosophy4:54/141978
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison fields student questions1:34/141978
[ ]Lutheran Student MovementLSM holds assembly1:44/141978
[ ]Ooka, MasayoshiProf seeks American view4:14/141978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA dodges room selection decision1:24/141978
[ ]Rugby TeamRuggers win opener5:64/141978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA allocates funds, discusses aide6:34/141978
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenStickers playing on new field.5:34/141978
[ ]BaseballTigers beak Musky, split with Marietta5:14/141978
[ ]Tennis-WomenTop Wright State 8-15:454/141978
[ ]Tennis-WomenTop Wright State 8-15:44/141978
[ ]Tennis-MenTop Wright State, 8-15:44/141978
[ ]TrackTrackmen 7th in conference5:84/141978
[ ]Union BoardUB airs coming events6:44/141978
[ ]Wittenberg ChoirWitt Choir to perform on April 164:44/141978
[ ]TheatreActors enter new roles44/211978
[ ]American Institute to Biological Sciences (AIBS)AIBS holds symposium4:14/211978
[ ]Alpha Tau OmegaATOs give honors3:24/211978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesBarb de Penaloza and Pam Hardin chosen6:14/211978
[ ]Politics; Bindley, Dr. Joseph HooverBindley gives political advice6:54/211978
[ ]Contraceptive DispensationContraceptive dispensation awaits policy review by Dr. Kinnison1:14/211978
[ ]Dickerson, KenDickerson named director of special programs and alumni secretary1:74/211978
[ ]Wilson, WoodrowDr. Wilson steps down6:64/211978
[ ]Phi Eta SigmaFreshman honorary takes men6:54/211978
[ ]Hardesty, Dr. Nancy A.Hardesty questions "father" image of God in theology4:54/211978
[ ]Tennis-MenNetters zap Xavier, edge UD5:14/211978
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)Pearsol, Haase respond to reorganization1:34/211978
[ ]GolfRain washes out week for golf5:84/211978
[ ]Rugby TeamRuggers gain second win5:24/211978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA fills staff positions, deals with funding issues1:54/211978
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenStickers rout OSU5:74/211978
[ ]Maropis, SamStudent recalls orient trip4:24/211978
[ ]Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)Teacher award nominations open3:74/211978
[ ]TheatreTheatre plans revamped1:54/211978
[ ]BaseballTigers split with Ohio Wesleyan5:44/211978
[ ]TrackTrackmen await home meets5:74/211978
[ ]Union BoardUB contemplates program overhaul1:24/211978
[ ]Fraternities and Sororities; PhilanthropyWitt Greeks "pitch in" to clean up Buck Creek6:14/211978
[ ]TUT(Theatre)Actors take on technical designing responsibility for senior comprehensive projects4:14/281978
[ ]Radio station; WUSOAirs discussion panel with three officers of the career advancement network6:24/281978
[ ]AgoraAnnual event in the offing. Publicizes activities, invites student participation.1:24/281978
[ ]Polster, IanAssistant professor of music proposes a plan to have the Stan Kenton Jazz Clinic on campus this summer. Rejected by Dr. William Wiebenga, provost (pic)1:14/281978
[ ]Fickert, Dr. KurtDr. Fickert publishes (pic)6:34/281978
[ ]East Asian ClubEAS Club meets at Chu's Restaurant4:64/281978
[ ]GolfFinish fourth out of eleven in Denison Tournament5:54/281978
[ ]GolfGolfers finish 4th of 115:54/281978
[ ]Hobbs, Dr. HortonHobbs creates club to further cave crawling4:44/281978
[ ]HolocaustHumanities council to sponsor discussion.1:74/281978
[ ]InternshipsInternships explained. Faculty member clarifies internship with Citibank Northeast Asia in Hong Kong. Interested students see Dr. Chatfield of Dr. Swanger2:64/281978
[ ]Keller HallKeller kept as residence ahll3:14/281978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesLowell Hedlund and Bob Updegrove chosen6:74/281978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesLowell Hedlund, Bob Updegrove6:74/281978
[ ]Tennis-MenNetters nap Heidelberg, lose to OWU5:44/281978
[ ]Security OfficeNew security chief chosen. Rod Scott, whose main concern is crime prevention education1:54/281978
[ ]Geiger AwardNominations being accepted. TBA at honors luncheon6:64/281978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Offers opportunity to sponsor legislative internship program this summer in Columbus2:84/281978
[ ]FacultyOpen meeting to discuss proposed faculty and course evaluation system3:24/281978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Optional refund vouchers available1:14/281978
[ ]Radio station; WUSOPanel sponsors rape discussion6:34/281978
[ ]Firestine HallParticipates in basketball marathon. Pledges collected for needy children in Springfield area5:74/281978
[ ]Sidewalk CircusPerform Wed., May 3 at 1:00 on Chapel Lawn. Sponsored by Weaver Chapel - annual spring event4:44/281978
[ ]TUT(Theatre)Plans to renovate Tower Dining Room into Theatre Dept.1:54/281978
[ ]BaseballPorter blanks Wooster as Tigers split5:14/281978
[ ]Marketing ClubRalph Lund addresses the club1:14/281978
[ ]Radio station; WUSORape is the subject of WUSO panel6:34/281978
[ ]CircusRoyal Lichtenstein Quarter Ring Sidewalk Circus slated4:44/281978
[ ]Rugby TeamRuggers place second in OAC tourney5:34/281978
[ ]Hedlund, LowellSenior celebrity6:74/281978
[ ]Updegrove, BobSenior celebrity6:74/281978
[ ]Tower HallStudents attack energy policy. Students cite many reasons for angriness2:14/281978
[ ]Tennis-WomenTigerettes defeated Ohio Wesleyan 5-4. Tigerettes lose to Bowling Green 6-05:14/281978
[ ]Softball (women)Tigerettes lose to Wright State 13-45:64/281978
[ ]Tennis-MenTigers defeat Heidelberg 9-0; lose to Ohio Wesleyan 6-35:44/281978
[ ]BaseballTigers lose 9-4 to Marietta Pioneers5:34/281978
[ ]BaseballTigers lose first game 5-4 to Wooster. Tigers win second game 1-0 over Wooster5:14/281978
[ ]TrackTigers lose to Ohio Northern 86-505:64/281978
[ ]Student Government AssociationUniv. affairs comm. delegated by SGA. Officers sworn in1:84/281978
[ ]Scott, RodWitt gets security chief1:54/281978
[ ]DoctoratesWitt to honor four men. Four doctorates degrees to be presented at Commencement June 10, 19786:14/281978
[ ]Softball (women)Women fall in softball5:64/281978
[ ]Tennis-WomenWomen nip Wesleyan5:14/281978
[ ]Seal, BobbyPolitical tactics change for Seal1:35/31978
[ ]AgoraAgora activities planned--outdoor festival May 134:15/51978
[ ]Alma MaterAlma Mater choices revealed; five finalists chosen6:65/51978
[ ]GreeksAttempt self-definition in wake of comission on mission and priorities1:15/51978
[ ]Brown, Dr. LarryBrown writes article on information on tanning3:35/51978
[ ]Student Government AssociationCommunications interviews - Interviews for WUSO Station Manager - more information contact Kathi Berry- 63913:75/51978
[ ]Senior ClassFirst meeting May 24, 8:00 PM, Union4:85/51978
[ ]Christ in ArtGeorge Weckman from OSU revealed facts about images of Christ in art - speaker April 304:45/51978
[ ]Guild HouseHousing available-contact Dr. Fickert, Language Dept. in interested3:35/51978
[ ]Senior ClassMeeting on May 9, vote 12-7 PM Union4:15/51978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Meets - Information from Monday's meeting1:15/51978
[ ]Music SchoolMemorial concert set in honor of three deceased music faculty3:15/51978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesOfficers: Sue Swartz, Jim McDougal, Brad Rachel, Ann Mackenzie6:75/51978
[ ]Arts CouncilPlans fete for May 121:55/51978
[ ]Students PolledReactions to alcohol policy cited6:35/51978
[ ]CheerleadersSix women, three men chosen for squad. Any other interested men, contact advisor Mark Algren5:45/51978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Sponsors Forum - Discussion on alcohol with Admin., Faculty, Student leaders1:55/51978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Sponsors RH Week - Reports of special activities1:25/51978
[ ]TUT(Theatre)Stages Twelfth Night - May 10-14, 8:00PM $2.50 per ticket3:35/51978
[ ]O'Connor, PatTiger leftfielder selected Ohio Conference Player of the week5:65/51978
[ ]Tennis-WomenTiger women defeat Capital and Kenyon; lose to Wooster5:75/51978
[ ]Softball (women)Tiger women lose two games to Otterbein - 14-1, 14-65:45/51978
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenTigerettes lose to Ohio Wesleyan, 9-55:35/51978
[ ]Tennis-MenTigers defeat Capital 6-3, also defeat Wooster5:65/51978
[ ]BaseballTigers defeat Ohio Wesleyan 6-5, sweep double header 6-4, 8-5 over Capital5:45/51978
[ ]Rugby TeamTigers lose to Scioto Valley, 32-05:15/51978
[ ]Softball (women)Tigers lose two to Capital, 2-1, 10-95:65/51978
[ ]TrackTigers over Capital University, 94-424:45/51978
[ ]Union Boardto face changes, revisions for many committees1:15/51978
[ ]Blood DrivesTwo Sororities sponsor blood drive open to students and community1:55/51978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Vote set for May 10 to discuss refunds1:15/51978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Vote set for May 10 to discuss refunds1:15/51978
[ ]Student Government AssociationW-Day, main topic of SGA meeting6:15/51978
[ ]MusicWinners announced. Two students place first at Ohio Music Contests4:85/51978
[ ]GolfWitt Finishes fourth in Ohio Weleyan and Witt University Invitationals5:15/51978
[ ]Writing Proficiency CommitteeWriting Prof. Committee to sponsor open meeting May 106:15/51978
[ ]Sidenius, ChristianArtist sheds light on new medium1:75/121978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesCarla J. Mitchell and Gary Tilt chosen6:75/121978
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS seeks interaction1:55/121978
[ ]Wittenberg ChoirChoir performs 'for you'1:55/121978
[ ]Cross CountryCollege Council votes to retain current calendar1:15/121978
[ ]GolfGolfers fall to Wright State5:%5/121978
[ ]Greek WeekGreek Week set4:75/121978
[ ]Fraternities and Sororities; PhilanthropyGreeks practice philanthropy6:35/121978
[ ]Student hearing boardHearing board defined6:35/121978
[ ]Pick and PenJunior men's honorary society taps new members4:85/121978
[ ]Lacrosse - WomenLacrosse team wins two5:65/121978
[ ]Mortar Board (organization)Mortar Board taps new members4:55/121978
[ ]Tennis-WomenNetters win 4th straight6:65/121978
[ ]North HallNorth hall left standing4:25/121978
[ ]Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)ODK initiates4:75/121978
[ ]Wiebenga, Dr. WilliamProvost speaks6:55/121978
[ ]Residence HallsRH week continues as growing success6:15/121978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA meets1:75/121978
[ ]Westneat, Dr. David F.Search is essence4:15/121978
[ ]Student Government AssociationSGA investigates calls, approves new editors1:15/121978
[ ]Wittenberg Honor SocietiesSociety taps new members4:15/121978
[ ]Softball (women)Softballers drop pair5;75/121978
[ ]BaseballTigers win 4, eye division Title5:15/121978
[ ]TrackTrackmen topple Musky5:65/121978
[ ]Beta Beta BetaTri Beta taps on April 18th3:15/121978
[ ]W-DayW-Day threats discussed1:55/121978
[ ]Hairston, MarkettaWitt coed crowned Miss Black Central Ohio for 1978-791:45/121978
[ ]Tennis-MenWitt's tennis team whipped Cedarvilled and Ohio Northern5:35/121978
[ ]Radio station; WUSOWUSO events posted6:45/121978
[ ]Softball (women)Ends season with a 1-9 record5:15/261978
[ ]Hooper, Alvera1978 graduate of Wittenberg hired as an admissions counselor for the University6:79/91978
[ ]Lundquist, Ingrid1978 graduate of Wittenberg hired as an admissions counselor for the University6:79/91978
[ ]Merritt, DaveAthletic ability cited along with statistics, star Tiger Football player5:59/91978
[ ]Bloomfield, RogerBloomfield named assistant to President and University Cousel. (biographical info)4:49/91978
[ ]Thomas LibraryBurglary - valuable items stolen - estimate cost over $12,0001:19/91978
[ ]Campbell, DougCampbell to serve as seminary assistant to the interim pastor. Duties cited as well as biographical information4:79/91978
[ ]ChapelChapel announces September 10-17 schedule of activities6:49/91978
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)CMP offers many suggestions for effective teaching and learning (pic)1:39/91978
[ ]Cross CountryComments about team ability and general information5:69/91978
[ ]GreeksComments on upcoming activities and general information3:69/91978
[ ]FootballComments on upcoming games. General team information5:19/91978
[ ]FootballComments on upcoming games. General team information5:19/91978
[ ]Koch HallCompletion date temporarily delayed. Reasons and information cited4:59/91978
[ ]Copeland, Dr. WarrenDr. Copeland to preach at Weaver Chapel Sept. 17, 19783:49/91978
[ ]Graef, Rev. RichardDr. Richard Graef to preach at Weaver Chapel September 10, 19783:49/91978
[ ]ActivitiesFair scheduled for September 16, 10:30-12:30 in the alumni room - look at various displays, meet student leaders.6:29/91978
[ ]SoccerGame and team information5:19/91978
[ ]Women's SportsInformation for those interested in hockey, volleyball, and swimming5:59/91978
[ ]Academic ProbationInformation on academic probation and procedures4:19/91978
[ ]Health CenterIssues discussed were: prescribing and dispersing contraceptives, and hiring a full-time counselor. Student's reactions cited by statistics3:19/91978
[ ]Miura, Rev. YoshikazuJapanese Lutheran Pastor visits Wittenberg in search of a sister college for his college, Kumamoto-shi, in Japan6:49/91978
[ ]Kinnison, Dr. William A.Kinnison optimistic for 78-79, remarks on future, cites statistics1:29/91978
[ ]SpringfieldList of many area places to eat: bars, restaurants, fast food4:79/91978
[ ]Manuel, Mrs. EstherManuel combines roles: wife of Dr. Manuel, director of off campus programs, involved in social, academic, church, and family activities3:49/91978
[ ]Manuel, Dr. Paul G.Manuel now director of off-campus programs, short courses and institutes6:19/91978
[ ]Staley, James M.Named director of News Services in the Office of Public Information at Wittenberg6:39/91978
[ ]Phi Mu DeltaPhi Mu Deltas are back at Wittenberg; change in chapter discussed; without their old chapter and name, and without a house4:59/91978
[ ]Gray HallPhotos before and after construction69/91978
[ ]Pleasure SeekersPleasure Seekers in Union Dining Room at Freshmen Dance, 9:30-12:30, admission free6:69/91978
[ ]Student Government AssociationPresident's comments on involvement and welcome2:29/91978
[ ]Jackisch, FrederickProfessor in the School of Music appointed acting Dean (School of Music)6:79/91978
[ ]Parker, Dr. RobertRemarks to students taking his course, study habits, etc.2:59/91978
[ ]Ohio ConferenceRevision in the league's playoff structure5:69/91978
[ ]Student UnionRobbery--robber captured; $160 recovered by two Witt security officers; action praised6:19/91978
[ ]Thomas LibrarySections of library rearranged. Students encouraged to ask for reference help. Donations to library cited4:19/91978
[ ]Heckler, LaurieSenior business-economics major named recipient of the James N. Andrews memorial scholarship. Also chosen as Alma Mater6:69/91978
[ ]College EnrollmentStatistics show drop1:19/91978
[ ]Wolf, Dr. HerbertTo preach at Weaver Chapel3:49/91978
[ ]Admission CounselorsTwo recent graduates of Wittenberg and one former Springfield resident hired. Biographical information listed for Alvera Hooper, Jim Klenke, and Ingrid Lundquist6:79/91978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Variety of concerns, cites goals, gives information4:19/91978
[ ]Ohio Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)Variety of concerns, cities goals, gives information4:19/91978
[ ]GrantsWittenberg University awarded grant of $9,803 by the U.S. Office of Education under 1965 Title VI legislation6:69/91978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Announced officers, upcoming activities, and meeting times6:39/221978
[ ]Union BoardAnnounces upcoming events1:49/221978
[ ]Bolls, Mrs. ImogeneAssistant professor of English gives views of poetry and writing (pic)6:19/221978
[ ]Benne, KenBenne named director of Admissions at WU. Biographical information (pic)6:79/221978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesBetsy Owens, Pete Limbacher - biographical information cited6:19/221978
[ ]TorchBiographical information on staff2;19/221978
[ ]Health CenterCenter announces contraceptive policy, general information1:29/221978
[ ]ConvocationsComments on opening service in chapel (pic)6:59/221978
[ ]Wilson, Sir HaroldFormer prime minister of Great Britain to visit Witt1:19/221978
[ ]Rugby TeamGeneral information cited5;39/221978
[ ]Public NoticesGeneral information on positions available, upcoming services policites, etc.2:79/221978
[ ]VolleyballGeneral information, team announced (pic)5:69/221978
[ ]Field HockeyInformation and schedule announced5:39/221978
[ ]Honors ProgramInformation cited6:59/221978
[ ]Keller HallMaintaining as residence hall, and becoming a facility for organizations and informal groups with international interests1:59/221978
[ ]Young, Willie J.New associate dean of students will emphasize interactions with students3:79/221978
[ ]Joseph C. Schouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning; Community EducationNew positions appointed, general information, goals1:59/221978
[ ]Pre-Med ProgramOrganization meeting Tuesday, September 263:49/221978
[ ]Ort HallPicture after descruction.1:59/221978
[ ]Yearbook; Wittenberg Publication - YearbookPosition of editor open2:39/221978
[ ]Resident AdvisorsPositions available. Applications due by September 26, 5 PM, to Housing Office6:59/221978
[ ]Wolf, Dr. HerbertProfessor of religion will preach in Weaver Chapel6:59/221978
[ ]Limbacher, PeteSenior celebrity; biographical information6:19/221978
[ ]Owens, BetsySenior celebrity; biographical information6:19/221978
[ ]GreeksSororities and fraternities announce philanthropy projects3:19/221978
[ ]Swimming-WomenTeam information, coaches comments, team announced5:59/221978
[ ]SoccerTied first game against Wilmington College, schedule announced5:19/221978
[ ]FootballTigers win season opener 41-7 against Valparaiso5:39/221978
[ ]Wittenberg ChoirTour in Russia, general information, comments (pic)4:19/221978
[ ]TUTTo present "The school for scandal," and other upcoming players3:59/271978
[ ]Hall Directors(pic)6:39/291978
[ ]Nwanze, Dr. MichaelAfrican expert to speak at Witt October 36:39/291978
[ ]Activity FeeArticle contains information on how the activity fee is spent. Gives breakdown1:29/291978
[ ]Wier, DaraAuthor/poet to speak6:79/291978
[ ]SoccerBeat Heidelberg, lost to Cedarville5:69/291978
[ ]Cross CountryCC take sixth in OAC relays. Meet information cited5:69/291978
[ ]ChapelChapel announces schedule for September 29-October 83:79/291978
[ ]Copeland, Dr. WarrenCo-director of a December 9 energy seminar3:19/291978
[ ]National Teachers ExamsDates announced. Schedule and general information6:89/291978
[ ]Swimming-WomenDefeated Muskingum 80-835:39/291978
[ ]Hall, Dr. James; Brain TalksDr. James Hall, professor of anatomy at the University of Cincinnati Medical School will speak at Witt on human brain and related topics October 2 three times3:49/291978
[ ]Chowning, Dr. John; Awards, ProfessionalDr. John Chowning receives Canticum Novum medal6:49/291978
[ ]Health CenterDr. Larry Brown explains procedures3:19/291978
[ ]Student Government AssociationFinance Committee cuts all funds to Union Board Concert Committee. General information4:19/291978
[ ]Field HockeyFirst game, scoreless tie with Kenyon. Reserve action with Kenyon, Witt lost 2-15:39/291978
[ ]Future WorkshopsFirst workshop on "Our Future" scheduled for October 5 from 1-7:30 PM.3:39/291978
[ ]Wittenberg University Speleological Society (WUSS)Formulated for those who like to explore caves; officers elected; information cited3:59/291978
[ ]Greek LifeGeneral information on sororities, activities, new pledges3:69/291978
[ ]Composer ContestInformation and deadlines set by Broadcast Music Inc.6:19/291978
[ ]Public NoticesInformation for senior class, Torch openings, upcoming elections yearbook photographer opening2:79/291978
[ ]AdvancementJohn Shorrock and Ann Georges hired, information6:49/291978
[ ]Laux, Dr. Louis JLaux to be co-director of a December 9 energy seminar3:19/291978
[ ]FacultyLawrence Kalbers and Steven Shier join Wittenberg University faculty1:29/291978
[ ]Union BoardList of new officers for next year.2:89/291978
[ ]Marcoch, PatriciaNamed senior celebrity6:19/291978
[ ]AlcoholNew policy cited6:19/291978
[ ]Job SeminarOctober 5, 7-10 PM, Alumni Room. Many topics to be discussed6:69/291978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesPatricia Maroch and Tommy Dann. Biographical information6:19/291978
[ ]Myers HallPlaced on 30 day probation for the raid on South Hall4:79/291978
[ ]Hall, JamesProfessor of Anatomy at UC Medical School will speal at Witt on the human brain and relatied topics Oct 23:49/291978
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesRush schedule announced for Freshmen men3:79/291978
[ ]Intra-Mural SportsSchedule announced for residence halls and Greek houses5:49/291978
[ ]TorchSGA covers costs of two Torch staffers to attend conference. Other general information6:19/291978
[ ]Wilson, Sir HaroldSir Wilson visited Wittenberg. (pic)1:59/291978
[ ]Energy SeminarSlated for Dec 9. Dr. Copeland and Dr. Louis Laux to be co-directors3:19/291978
[ ]Flint, PeteSoccer lineman named OAC player of the week5:69/291978
[ ]Education Testing Service (ETS)Test to help minority students to enter grad school.6:59/291978
[ ]TUT(Theatre)Theatre to present "The school for scandal" October 25-29 in Blair Hall Theatre. Cast list, information3:59/291978
[ ]FootballTigers win over Marietta 21-2 (pic)5:19/291978
[ ]School of MusicTo honor Dr. John Chowing with Canticum Novum Medal, highest honor6:49/291978
[ ]Dann, TommyTommy Dann named Senior Celebrity6:19/291978
[ ]CounselingTwo psychologists hired. Available on Wednesdays, 4-6 PM. Purpose is to counsel students. Hours limited.1:19/291978
[ ]Women's ProgramWill sponsor film "Oh Dear" on Oct 32:79/291978
[ ]Radio station; WUSOWUSO Moves to New Home in Sprecher1:19/291978
[ ]International ExpositionAgenda set. October 15-21 designated as International Week. Many activities announced1:110/61978
[ ]Student Government AssociationAnnouncement of new yearbook editor, completion of a statement on the contraceptive policy6:110/61978
[ ]Wilson, Sir HaroldBritish students react to visit of Wilson6:110/61978
[ ]SeniorsClass meeting October 11, Union Dining Room, 8PM1:510/61978
[ ]Commission on Mission and Priorities (CMP)CMP affects Greeks. Information cited3:610/61978
[ ]Tennis-MenCoach comments on upcoming season and players5:110/61978
[ ]Educational Policies Committee (EPC); College Council (CC)College Council approves addition and deletion of English courses recommended by EPC6:310/61978
[ ]HomecomingComedy group and dance scheduled October 13-14 as special highlights1:610/61978
[ ]SoccerDefeated Kenyon, Wright State5:110/61978
[ ]Motamedi, LiliExchange student comments about danger of leaving Iran6:110/61978
[ ]Leamer HallFacilities approved6:310/61978
[ ]YMCAForming men's volleyball team.5:510/61978
[ ]WorkshopsFree workshops concerning "our world in transition" scheduled. Registration information4:710/61978
[ ]Fraternities and SororitiesFreshmen briefed on frat life.1:510/61978
[ ]Wilson, Sir HaroldHonorary member of Witt's Omicron Delta Kappa, initiation was September 24 (pic)4:110/61978
[ ]Hoskins, JohnHoskins named senior celebrity. Biographical info.6:710/61978
[ ]Transcedental MeditationInformation on, histor of3:110/61978
[ ]Women's ProgramInterested in women's needs, concerns, issues4:110/61978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesJohn Hoskins and Lind Coffey. Biographical information6:710/61978
[ ]Yearbook; Wittenberg Publication - YearbookKathy Church elected yearbook editor (pic)3:510/61978
[ ]Klick, CoraKlick to preach at Weaver Chapel6:610/61978
[ ]Reference ProgramsLibrary instruction announced by reference department staff1:610/61978
[ ]Coffey, LindaLinda Coffey named senior celebrity. Biographical information.6:710/61978
[ ]MerchantsLocal business merchants comment on increased sales due to Wittenberg students4:510/61978
[ ]Sonne, RoyMember of the faculty of Witt school of Music, and new concertmaster of the Sprinfield Symphony presents recital October 8, 8PM Kreig Hall1:210/61978
[ ]Bloomhardt, Dr. Paul F.Memorial service will be October 8, 4 PM in the chapel (por)6:710/61978
[ ]Church, KathyNewly elected yearbook editor (pic)3:510/61978
[ ]English MajorsPanel presentation by recent Witt graduates1:510/61978
[ ]Blood DrivesPicture of student donating blood, sponsored by Kappa Delta Sorority1:210/61978
[ ]Wittenberg StatusQuestions raised as to Wittenberg's status as a university in comparison to a college6:610/61978
[ ]VolleyballSplit season opener with a victory against Morris Harvey, and a loss to Rio Grande5:410/61978
[ ]Rugby TeamSplit with wright state.5:210/61978
[ ]Phone LinesStudents in residence halls having problems with phoe service when dialing off-campus. Reasons cited1:210/61978
[ ]FootballTigers defeat Wesleyan 24-7 (pic)5:410/61978
[ ]Union BoardTo host a dance in the hollow6:710/61978
[ ]Rilling, Rev. Dr. John W.To preach at Weaver Chapel6:610/61978
[ ]ChapelWeaver Chapel will host three guest preachers: Dr. Cora Klick, Dr. Byron Haines, Dr. John Rilling; information cited6:610/61978
[ ]Fabian, AnitaWitt senior named recipient of the Lewis J. Davis award in business and economics for outstanding achievement6:510/61978
[ ]Cross CountryWittenberg places second in meet against four other colleges5:310/61978
[ ]Field HockeyWittenberg ties game 2-2 with University of Dayton5:510/61978
[ ]Sigma Alpha IotaWomen's international music fraternity at Witt, Sponsors "Practice-a-thon"6:310/61978
[ ]Media WorkshopWorkshop Sunday1;410/61978
[ ]TUT"A school for scandal" - presented Oct. 25-29, information cited4:810/131978
[ ]English DepartmentAcademic meetings scheduled for guest speakers, open to faculty, students, and friends4:310/131978
[ ]Volleyballannounce record 4-6 for season, game information cited5:410/131978
[ ]Cross CountryCC places second in home meet, information cited5:410/131978
[ ]Smith, Sharoncomments about summer in Hawaii, participating in a "Christian Mission" sponsored by Lutheran Campus Ministry (pic)4:110/131978
[ ]Student Government AssociationDiscussed Student Hearing Board, other important issues6:310/131978
[ ]Fogg, MoiraExchange student from St. Katherine's College, Liverpool, comments about the U.S. and Wittenberg (pic)6:710/131978
[ ]HomecomingFive queen and five king finalists announced for homecoming1:510/131978
[ ]Stefanik, PaulHe will return Oct16-20 to share experiences - scheduled for classes, clubs, etc., information cited6:310/131978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesKaren Hesson and Perry Fisher; biographical information6:110/131978
[ ]Recruiters on CampusList of recruiters that will be on campus for the month of Oct., dates announced1:510/131978
[ ]Leamer HallMechanical situations that need attention discussed6:110/131978
[ ]Hesson, KarenNamed Seionr Celebrity; biographical information6:110/131978
[ ]Fisher, PerryNamed senior celebrity; biographical information6:110/131978
[ ]International ExpositionOct. 15-21 scheduled events at Witt6:110/131978
[ ]Union BoardPlans for homecoming weekend activities finalized, public relations liason committee with faculty approved, information cited6:510/131978
[ ]Student Government AssociationQuestions on structure, procedure, etc.1:510/131978
[ ]Student Government AssociationQuestions on structure, procedures, etc.1:510/131978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA allocates $400 for upcoming rape speaker, Mr. Fred Storaska; alcohol and drug committee formed; money allocated for upcoming Valentine's Day dance1:210/131978
[ ]GreeksRound robins set for freshmen, meetings and information cited3:510/131978
[ ]Basketball; Basketball - WomenStarting October 17, pick-up games will be on Tuesays and Thursdays. Tryouts start November 7.5:310/131978
[ ]Field HockeyTigerettes beat Miami, split doubleheader with Otterbein, will play in upcoming Ohio Valley League Tournament5:110/131978
[ ]SoccerTigers beat Dayton and Marietta (pic)5:410/131978
[ ]FootballTigers beat Heidelberg 49-17, game information5:110/131978
[ ]Rugby TeamTigers lose to Toledo 13-6, lose to south side Irish, game comments cited5:410/131978
[ ]Psychological ServicesTwo clinical psychologists hired, special procedures and referrals necessary, more information cited1:110/131978
[ ]Swimming-WomenVictory over Heidelberg; loss to Ohio Wesleyan; record 2-1 thus far5:610/131978
[ ]Celeste, Mrs. DagmarWife of Ohio Democratic governatorial candidate Richard F. Celeste discussed her husband's views on campaign issues. Information cited. (pic)6:310/131978
[ ]UFOWittenberg ultimate frisbee teams lose two season openers to Antioch and Kenyon Colleges (pic)3:510/131978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesCheryl Lynn Hartschuh and Kendrick Riggs8:710/171978
[ ]Homecoming1978 King and Queen announced, display winners selected1:210/201978
[ ]To, Nha ThucA freshman in Tower Hall spoke about Vietnam for International Exposition Week6:510/201978
[ ]Student Government AssociationAnnounces some upcoming plans6:510/201978
[ ]Hamma School of TheologyBooks are being divided from Hamma School of Theology with the Lutheran Theological Seminary for the recent merger6:510/201978
[ ]Union BoardCo-sponsoring Halloween Dance with CBS6:110/201978
[ ]Anti-Paraquat DebateComments of U.S. aid to Mexico to spray marijuana fields4:710/201978
[ ]Costs of CollegeComments on rising costs of a college education and statistics on the effect on the middle class4:510/201978
[ ]Senior ClassDan Rather - possible graduation speaker; upcoming parties announced, etc.1:210/201978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesDaniel Charles Abel and Bill Langman; biographical information6:710/201978
[ ]Health CenterHead nurse Xanders retires (pic)1:510/201978
[ ]Exeter ProgramInformational meetings announced, etc.6:110/201978
[ ]Guild HouseInternational house on campus. German is being spoken fall term4:110/201978
[ ]Kappa Delta EpsilonKappa Delta Epsilon to refine entry requirements6:310/201978
[ ]Yanosky, AnnNamed new Panhellenic Council advisor, greek council advisor, and consultant to hall directors and resident advisors (pic)4:110/201978
[ ]Project OutreachNeeds interested students for volunteer services4:510/201978
[ ]Academic Suspension; Academic ProbationNew policy on academic probation and suspension1:110/201978
[ ]Vietnamese studentsNha Thuc, a freshman, spoke about Vietnam for international exposition week6:510/201978
[ ]Union BoardPresents mini-concert featuring Peter Alsop, Saturday.6:310/201978
[ ]Field HockeyRecord 4-3-2, announces upcoming schedule5:110/201978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)RHA Reserves Rooms (for Daytona Trip; Other Business Discussed)6:710/201978
[ ]Recruiters on CampusSchedule announced6:110/201978
[ ]Kaiser, TomSenior soccer co-captain, Tom Kaiser, named OAC player of the week5:710/201978
[ ]Hamma School of TheologyService commemorating the merger of Hamma School of Theology from Wittenberg and the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary at Capital will be held Nov. 5, 19786:110/201978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Students may sign-up for visitation and lifestyle options, safety, RHA week, and alcohol and drug awareness6:310/201978
[ ]FootballTigers defeat Capital 49-0, Witt wins Homecoming (pic)5:110/201978
[ ]SoccerTigers defeat Denison and Capital (pic)5:510/201978
[ ]Swimming-WomenWitt defeats Mount St. Joseph5:410/201978
[ ]VolleyballWitt drops two matches to Cedarville and Definace5:510/201978
[ ]Cross CountryWitt places seventh out of 25 Ohio colleges5:110/201978
[ ]National Endowment for the Humanities AwardWittenberg gets grant from NEH for renovation1:510/201978
[ ]Women's Safety WeekActivities and programs announced on rape awareness8:310/271978
[ ]Halloween FareActivities announced by Union Board8:310/271978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Budget allotted for RH week1:610/271978
[ ]Concerned Black Students (CBS)CBS provides help4:110/271978
[ ]Niedt, DougClassical guitarist will present a concert at Witt (pic)5:310/271978
[ ]Merritt, DaveComments by and about the senior football player (pic)6:110/271978
[ ]TestsComments on student's reactions to tests, and ways to deal with them5:710/271978
[ ]Career CounselingCounseling and placement office offer job oriented programs, information1:510/271978
[ ]FootballFirst OAC blue division following 28-14 victory over Wooster (pic)7:510/271978
[ ]Free Enterprise CompetitionFive Witt students and a business advisor compete8:110/271978
[ ]Mu DeltaFraternity entertains at local convalescent home as a service project5:110/271978
[ ]Dye, Rev. RobertFrom the National Assoc for the Advancement of Colored People talks to CBS (photo only)1:610/271978
[ ]Gong ShowGreeks and RHA plan for the annual show3:110/271978
[ ]Mao, Dr. JeffreyMao shares experiences of his life and work. Faculty member and professor of Political Science (pic)8:110/271978
[ ]Mortar Board (organization)Offers guidelines on student's funding1:110/271978
[ ]Storaska, FredericOffers hope for rape prevention1:210/271978
[ ]Insurance (car)One of the hightest costs in operating a car is the insurance that must be purchased.8:510/271978
[ ]Student Government AssociationOutlining events5:510/271978
[ ]Field HockeyRecord now 5-4-3, game information cited (pic)7:710/271978
[ ]Kaiser, TomSenior co-captain and this week's MVP (pic)6:110/271978
[ ]Wittenberg EnrollmentStats show 10% increase in new students for 1978-798:110/271978
[ ]Career CounselingSuggestions offered, upcoming seminar at Northwestern University5:510/271978
[ ]Carter, Jimmy;PoliticsThe president announces his new anti-inflation package8:510/271978
[ ]VolleyballTigers defeat Central State, then fell to Univ. of Dayton (pic)7:310/271978
[ ]SoccerTigers defeat Muskingum and Otterbein7:110/271978
[ ]Swimming-WomenTigers lose to Kenyon 62-527:310/271978
[ ]Cross CountryTigers place second in five team meet7:510/271978
[ ]Postal OfficeU.S. Postal services announces regulation letter sizes1:110/271978
[ ]ChapelWeek schedule announced5:710/271978
[ ]Great Lakes Shakespeare FestivalWill present a comedy in Springfield5:510/271978
[ ]SoccerChance for OAC championship (pic)5:511/31978
[ ]Muenich, Rev. Dr. George H.Chosen as interim pastor to serve one year at Wittenberg. Biographical information cited1:511/31978
[ ]Senior CelebritiesCindy Mehr and Dudley Thomas6:711/31978
[ ]College Council (CC)College Council joins plea to hire full-time counselor. General information1:511/31978
[ ]Silverstein, JosephConductor will hold a master class at Wittenberg on Friday, November 3, 1:30-4:00 Krieg4:511/31978
[ ]Rugby TeamDefeated dayton, the lost the Dayton and Miami5:511/31978
[ ]East Asian DepartmentDept offering summer trip to Japan and China; Information available1:111/31978
[ ]World NewsEight members of Cleveland City Council indicted by grand jury. Other events cited6;711/31978
[ ]Smith, GedEnglish transfer student from Notre Dame speaks about Wittenberg experience (pic)6:111/31978
[ ]Mukerji, Dr. A. B.Gives view of India's society6:711/31978
[ ]Phi Eta SigmaHosted a disco party for 25 children from the Clark County Children's Home3:311/31978
[ ]Guild HouseKnuth Wolf gives German outlook6:111/31978
[ ]Field HockeyLost to OSU5:711/31978
[ ]Mehr, CindyMehr named Senior Celebrity. Biographical information (pic)6:711/31978
[ ]Thomas, DudleyNamed senior celebrity. Biographical information6:711/31978
[ ]Campus CoalitionOPIRG, Bread for the World, Social Ministry Committee of Weaver Chapel Association explained1:211/31978
[ ]Women's ForumPanelist to speak on women and the law.4:511/31978
[ ]St. Katharine'sRepresentatives describe St. Katharine's College4:511/31978
[ ]Tyres, SallySecretary to the pastor explains the diversified occupation4:111/31978
[ ]Media WorkshopSponsored by SGA, times announced1:711/31978
[ ]Residence Hall Assoication (RHA)Supports proposal to hire a full time counselor1:211/31978
[ ]VolleyballTeam information; senior co-captains praised; record now 9-12 (pic)5;311/31978
[ ]Union BoardTerminates officers; other activities announced4;711/31978
[ ]MarijuanaTest kit available for tainted marijuana6:411/31978
[ ]Swimming-WomenVictory over Dennison, loss to Wooster5:711/31978
[ ]Cross CountryWitt placed sixth in OAC5:511/31978
[ ]FootballWitt to face Baldwin-Wallace for conference crown (pic)5:111/31978