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RG032 University Union and Student Activities

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From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Special Edition of the Student Printz from September 6, 1965. Columns include, "Another phase of life begins at Southern", "Mayor Paul Grady extends welcome", REBELation features hit singers", "Kelly announces math changes", Registration begins today; freshmen face yearly ritual", McCain amasses 10 years of unmatched service at USM", "Registration Schedule", "Review of SGA action orientates freshmen", "Civil Service now accepting job applications", "MSU receives grant", "You better watch out people - - Campus Security will 'get you'", "At Southern you will learn to keep a 'good set of books'", "Age looks to stars, inside man", "Learning is - - 'umm good'", "Greeks add big 'extra' to campus life at USM", "'Nook' gets a 'goldie' and for '65 it's 'ye-ye'", "USM Telephone Directory will be off the presses about October 15", "Southern offers many avenues of student help", "USM builds sound body and mind", and "Fountain performance kicks off 'big' year".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 1, from September 15, 1965. Columns include, "Lowrey tightens absentee policy", "Enrollment soars with over 6,000 on campus", "Grady sees rapid rise for the GOP in state", "Many didn't watch out and Security got them", "Fall quarter elections unfold on Sept. 28-30", "31 make all-A's list for summer, 222 achieve Dean's List", "Adams school official heads Natchez center", "21 girls serve as counselors in frosh dorms", "Computers give birth to newest department", "In the sportslight", "Southern plays six 'majors'", "USM grid pair get Playboy nod", "Southerners prep for first test, face Southeastern La. Saturday", "Intramural football has meet today", "Backstage with Dove", "MOVIES", "Theatre Dept. receives award", "Rex Cooper, Albia Kavan named directors of 'Dixie Darlings'", "'Madwoman' dates set for Oct 19-23", "Pete Fountain to head coming entertainment", "USM approves 58 new positions; doctoral holders increase 50 percent", "USM combats growing pains with luxury", "Spirit Committee is off to a quick start", and "Druids will operate information desk".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 2, from September 17, 1965. Columns include, "USM set for initial test here Saturday", "Vandals, Raiders, all part of spirit drive", "Skinner seeks election group participants", "Honor students to take special courses at USM", "Vann at full strength for Southeastern La.", "Union sponsors post-game dance", "Student Union To distribute free fair tickets", "Men's dress rules will be enforced", "USM Greeks pledge 303 during pre-school rush activities", "Col. Johnson announces future USM expansion", "Burch to head girls' intramurlas", "23 grid squads in preparation for intramurals", "Southern student wins Bronze Star for bravery in Viet Nam combat", "Coach Vann tells Alumni of year's football squad", "UAC shows to top past entertainment on USM campus", and "Photo Schedule".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 3, from September 22, 1965. Columns include, "State stops to mourn former Gov. H. L. White", "Dragons, Indians exchange fire", "For some, war is a game", "Spirit 'spirits" senate's 2nd session - Powder rooms, stadium sign under scrutiny", "Senators complain of undue confusion in Hub restrooms", "Skinner presents promised proposal to boost cheering", "'I Know This Is Your Week, You Lucky Dog'", "Magazine lists six University alumnae to roll", "'Illicit Interlude' gets art flick series reeling", "Seniors, grads due for annual photos", "Powell Ogletree's mother is buried in Neshoba County", "Banners back on campus as voting nears", "New ID card good news for non-campus spouses", "Somehow the old lady did it; a hectic week in retrospect", "Betsy and other windy things", "Kashmir and conflicting idealogies", "Young Americans: at college and war", "In the sportslight", "Southerners win opener 15-0", "Trio of teams to challenge KS for football title", "Cast for 'The Madwoman of Chaillot' announced by Southern Players", "MOVIES", "Theatre Dept. plans open house", "Backstage with Dove", "Over 60 attend on name scholarships", and "Latin students mark their Independence".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 4, from September 24, 1965. Columns include, "Hattiesburg Centenarian enters Forrest hospital", "Attempt to assassinate Tshombe failed", "India, Pakistan stop shooting", "May finally use the money", "Top students are due for U.S. 'Who's Who'", "Hopefuls seek beauty and leadership posts", "Literary mag wants work of students", "Elections Tuesday nominate officers, Homecoming court", "Sock and shirttail violators suffer the sad fate of shrinking stomachs", "Hinds County alumni to hold open house", "Library has historical features", "Birchite levies charge of treason against LBJ", "Observatory will hold open house every Thursday", "Newman Club gives new life to Italian child through PLAN", "Ed Wilson terms summer work overseas rewarding", "Defense production increases", "Hearts and flowers", "Students on the spot", "Southern's ROTC Ranger cadets offered training in leadership", "English exam registration starts Sept. 29", "Academic aid is aim set by women's honor society", "Pen and Sword opens activities", "Fencers to meet Monday; organize competition teams", "Hattiesburg radio shows offer students variety", "Reflector goes Bi weekly -- huh", "In the sportslight", "Southern, Tigers to tangle Saturday", "Coach Green says of tickets" 'Best bargain in the South'", "ATO's seen as leader in IFC second division", "Georgia's new chief makes derring-do pay", "Devine Tonsilectomy", "Regis Paper sponsors package design contest", "Marine, Navy recruiters will seek officer candidates here next week", "Woman executive tells simple plan for salary increase: Work for it", "Vogue offers editorial jobs to students", "Wesley outlines year's projects", "Beauty visits Tri-Deltas", "USM student to enter Cotton Maid contest", "Chi Omega host fraternity seranade", "Delta Sigs hold fall rush party", "Elvis Presley will continue his career", "15 students protest no-beard, long hair rule at Richmond", "Phi Mu's initiate, pick pledge leaders", and "'Prepare for success' theme of publication".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 5, from September 29, 1965. Columns include, "Soviet Bears demand U.S. leave Viet Nam", "Debbie stirs up the Gulf Coast", "Big brother strikes again", "Homecoming Queen, all freshman class elections will be run over", "Discrepancies concerning ballots cast pall on overall outcome", "Code dispute leaves six coeds ineligible", "Students, administrators debate 'woes' besetting the students", "'Biggest and best' Homecoming theme", "Repub hits liberalism 'Walter Lippman brand'", "Russia nudges U.S. as peace mediator", "Domed coliseum hill wost Crescentazzng Sunday", "Campus attire goes with improper conduct", "Methodist bishop hails Pape Paul VI", "Atheist protests extradition plan", "Delta Sigma Pi pledges 18 students", "Bardot reigns as film queen", "Old Met Opera House closes with "Faust"", "Izvestia criticises economy reversal", "Honor society prompts freshmen to improve grades", "Harper's 'praises' Free South Theater", "USM women set for MSCW confab", "Wesley group sponsors youth", "President Johnson nominates three for top foreign U.S. positions", "Males meet coeds", "In the sportslight", "Raiders raid, Vandals hold, USM wins edging Memphis State; are unbeaten", "Vann resting well", "Woodruff grabs lead in football poll", "Women's intramurals open with tennis, archery, vollyball", "Pete Fountain and group schedule USM performance", "Backstage with Dove", "FCC blasts TV summer reruns", "Animals appear at Laurel tonite", "Southern Players-Alpha Psi Omega begin new season with Open House", "Rick DuBrow okays new Martin TV show", "Little Theatre will offer student rates", "Homecoming will feature two bands", "MOVIES", "Who is the fastest man on campus?", and "Alumni drive goes 'active'".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 6, from October 1, 1965. Columns include, "Southerners meet Richmond Spiders in home test Saturday", "Polls re-open today with posts at stake", "Fountain will 'blow' open new coliseum", "Keep grades high men, Big Uncle is watching", "Lit magazine plans session", "BSU buys lots on 32nd Avenue", "Senate may be representative, but the question is, for whom?", "Washing Bill out with dirty soap", "Kashmir and the 'ifs' for the U.S.", "Splinters infect Republican ranks", "Her chains are creaking but old glory still flies", "Cool feet", "Phi Alpha receives SAE charter", "Tri Sigs elect pledge leaders", "Toothless prisoner loses bid for teeth", "Chi O pledges elect officers, plan fall Eleusinian banquet", "In the sportslight", "Southern ready to 'bug' Spiders", "Monti's Football Predictions", "Ninety coeds to compete in intramural tennis play", "Council announces Cotton Maid plans", "Tri-Deltda pledges name new officers", "Pike pledges elect leaders", "Application deadline nears for Fulbright Scholarship grants", "Physics Club plans coming year's project", "Duties of dorm chairmen explained", "Beatles sigh, no formal duds for them", "Scotland Yard looks for Gypsy assailant", "Spirit committee urges student participation", "ATO's affiliate eight in open rush activity", "Southern graduate assists Walker in tour of hurricane damage area", "USM football replays to be aired on local TV", "Married students of USM to meet Tuesday night", "Geology Club shown slides of Western U.S.", "Lewis King sets pace in contest", and "Fans score 'gimmack'".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 7, from October 6, 1965. Columns include, "Miss Mari Longino captures '65 homecoming queen title", "Newman Club seeks approval to obtain Vatican Pavilion", "Inclement weather keeps voting down to an all-time low", "Two graduate students given grants by NASA", "Southern to host student teachers", "'Problem probe' spurs fast action", "Fonteyn and Nureyev to dance at Saenger", "By the hundreds they came to see USM's 'wonder of wonders'", "Freedom of choice - - Will it continue to be a reality at Southern?", "Sukarno, Indonesian president rides high in Southeast Asian circles", "Beatles can go 'as they are' to royal cremony", "Social Security increases benefits to college students", "Customs ups duty on imported liquor", "Dr. de Grummond gives manuscript", "Wesley group sends Landrum to convention", "Health warnings ignored; Americans smoke more", "Fountain 'blows open' new coliseum", "Pride of Mississippi gives Student Printz insight on halftimes", "Backstage with Dove", "Andersen joins Fine Arts staff", "Kappa Pi to plan for coming year", "In the sportslight", "Four share football poll lead with 26", "Southern storms back, spills Spiders", "USM frosh top Greenies by 19-0 score", "Language opens doors once closed; adds dimensions to the 20th century", "Jazz music goes to church with Duke Ellington talking", "Gunman sells necktie", "President complains about news coverage of the Washington beat", "Southern frosh coed models for Seventeen", "Senate approves Smite as chaplin", "'Contemporary' ogranizes; invites student material", "Education members from Southern to attend conference", "Kappa Omicron Pi chapter at USM selects new slate", "Presbyterians meet-accidentally", "Street dance planned Thursday near Hub", "Literature fraternity is after more members", and "Follies planned".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 8, from October 8, 1965. Columns include, "Southerners are charged up and 'rarin' to go' for a crucial battle of unbeatens at Starkville", "'Big daddy' Bird has gall bladder removed", "Convict four in mass rape", "Texas fraternity suspended", "Homecoming floats are being sought", "FASTEST MAN ON CAMPUS", "New offensive mounted for 'battle of buldge'", "'Bull' Brannan is back, Coach Vann to make trip", "WAB names three coeds to office", "Spirit soars with signs, banners plastered all over everything", "Wesley adopts boy in Jackson", "An 'out' for all these 'ins'", "Elections on campus: fact, fiction or failure of SGA", "Blame: 'Red-wash' or hog wash", "Senate stirs the students", "None call it treason, out load", "In the sportslight", "P. E. club plays Carey, makes plans", "KA's grab lead, Pikes close behind", "Shooters win, aim for State", "Hearts 'n flowers", "Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledges elect officers", "University Singers draw up repertoire", "Ole Miss on fire", "Entertainment for the King", "Gulfport coed elected ASA pledge president", "KD's choose pledge officers", "Kappa Sigma entertains, adds nine new members", "Picture deadline near", "YRC meets Monday", "Civitan Club lists campus goals for year", and "Pi Phi's announce '65 pledge officers".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 9, from October 16, 1965, Homecoming Edition. Columns include, "An alien in paradise", "Homecoming '65: results of common goal, progress", "Readers examine voting", "Do you remember when?", "Independents forsake USM", "Where have DD's gone?", "Opinion-givers, unite!", "HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES", "USM's 1965 Homecoming Court", "Queen Mari rules USM Homecoming", "Southerners VMI clash today 2", "Parade, grid battle top day's activities", "Dr. McCain's 10 years have seen a dream grow", "Spotlight shines on five classes", "Solons bcome campus guests", "HOMECOMING Queen and her Court", "SGA officers have good leadership records", "Law School test essential for entry", "Don't Let The Rain Come Down", "Martha Schlamme cards concert at Southern", "Serendipity Singers to appear at USM", "Show Them Garters Gals", "Pike alums plan annual breakfast", "Ex-student named Sudan ambassador", "In the sportslight", "Southern falls to State barrage, 27-9", "Susan Philips, Dan Barker share lead in poll as two select 20 winners", "Frosh top MI, have 2-0 mark", "Southern changes to fit the growing needs of Mississippi", "Computer Sciences Department aims toward market demands", "Contemporary magazine subscriptions on sale", "'Computer age' given boost with ACM chapter on campus", "Young GOP's name slate, adopt rules", "'La Boheme' offered to Hub moviegoers", "Go Southern Go!", "Phi Mu's elect pledge officers", "Girls' fashions may prove startling, causing bewilderment among males", "Hearts and Flowers", "Pershing Rifles serve as Homecoming guard", "Mississippi Normal held pageant at inaugural homecoming in 1919", "Avery, Youmans lead on two fields", "Yellowjackets net $4,000 in beanie, haircut collection", "Custer greets Indian", "Everyone has a different impression of what college is supposed to be", "Students give representation views on the student senate of Southern", "Hoover praises 'just criticism'", "Hangovers may occur from feelings of guilt", "UAC elects five to head committee", "Baptist students to hold open house", "Status, progress of Arts & Sciences climbs to higher levels of greatness", "Dean to mail grades", "Foltz selects 134 voices to year's University Singers", "Political science increases staff", "USM junior in Mobile pageant", and "UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI...a city within our city".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 10, from October 20, 1965. Columns include, "Homecoming winners told; Alumni Assn. elects officers", "Russians 'solve' mystery of great train robbery", "Dominican fighting resumes", "Drugs fluctuate radically", "Senate debates spirit representation election code revision Monday night", "Serendipity's sing in big concert on campus tonight", "ROTC brigade selects unit sponsors; Royce Siegrist begins second year", "Brannan quits squad, returns to his home", "Company credits Southern student", "Graduate school accepts fellowship applications", "Wesleyans receive appreciative letter", "Alpha Phi Omega opens 1965-66 term activites with annual smoker", "Pi Kappa Alpha elects alumni officers", "Housing begins new way of reserving rooms", "Law Schools send representatives to Southern to enlist prospective grads", "Yelinek lectures to Geology Club", "Pi Gamma Mu holds year's first meeting", "Siverio announces events on tap for students at LAI", "Martha Schlamme gives show at USM tomorrow", "Senate refuses to discuss China", "Sumrall's toe gives USM win, 3-0", "KS, PKT post 2-0 marks, share lead in football", "In the sportslight", "Nybo, Myers win firsts in girls sports", "Letter policy", "Homecoming passes quickly but memories linger long", "Navy representative visits", "Creativity usurps traditional way of audio-visual teaching", "Printz to help conduct MJCPA fall session", "Frosh coeds receive aid for bad grades", "Gamma Beta Phi elects Stewart prexy", "Backstage with Dove", "Serendipity Singers performance should highlight USM entertainments schedule", ""Pinocchio' chosen as Children's play", "'Madwoman of Chaillot' to continue thru Saturday", "Opera 'LaBoheme' to open at Saenger", "Art Department to sponsor exhibits", "Symphony cancels October concert", "Students attend SUSGA conference", "Lucas warns students to complete transfer", "Home Economics add courses to schedule", "Dr. Tuchak speaks to Kappa Delta Phi", "Annual desperately asks student help", and "Brother of former staff member dies".

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".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 12, from October 27, 1965. Columns include, "Campus legislators evict Student Printz photographer", "King wants CR murder made federal offense", "Ole Miss blasts anti-war groups", "Anti-Red Wave sweeps Jakarta", "Construction on College Hall annex begins", "Dr. Siverio will help PBJ 'talk' to Latins", "Dome shows top Polish art movie", "Former student receives citation", "Dr. Nau will speak on trip to Europe", "Skelton emerges from one closet, only to make money in another", "SNEA having drive for new members on USM campus", "College Radio Magazine to feature 'The Voice of Southern' - WMSU", "Chi Omega's plan open house", "Dartmouth gains revenge with newspaper 'extra'", "Museum offers rattler with rabbit in throat", "'Contemporary' pushes sale of subscriptions", "Rho Epsilon hosts Real Estate group", "In the sportslight", "Southerners 'tank' Tigers", "Dan Barker pulls ahead in poll as contest enters home stretch", "Two skydivers take big jump", "Diane Roshto, USM grad is 'Club Mobile Girl'", "Divorce rate increased by poor TV programs", "'Madwoman' sets designed by new technical director", "'Draagenfut' chosen for Opera Workshop", "Opening night is actor's delight", "'Pinocchio' to be held in Auditorium", "Movies", "Movie filming on Gulf Coast", "Language instructors give varied experience to jobs", "English instructor speaks at meeting", "Sea trip ends at test facility", "Married club plans Halloween party", "Doumas tells AGR of events leading to crisis in Greece", "Staff residents revise graduate handbook", "Commission to check new USM Coliseum", and "Pictures available".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 13, from October 29, 1965. Columns include, "'Talkers' journey in two directions", "Southerners tackle William & Mary in annual Oyster Bowl in Norfolk", "Ogletree gets service honor", "Mississippi PTA presents grants of $100 to five Southern coeds", "Draft board swoops down on drop-outs", "Dial DIAL, learn what is going on", "Computer Dept. holds weekend open house", "Biology Dept. installs native plant herbarium", "English professor has poem in literary mag", "'Contemporary' meeting is set", "McQuagge sets rules for school transfer", "The South: a new black blot", "Does the Student Senate have the right to be camera shy?", "Fall writhes in wild passion", "Immature infallibility", "What is the challenge", "In the sportslight", "Phi Taus deteat Kappa Sigma for first place", "Rifle Club plans meeting; registration drive begins", "Senator Purvis promotes USM in legislative appropriation race", "Tuchak predicts seizure of Soviet by bureaucracy", "Fencing club is formed", "Col. Johnson reports on building program", "'Holey' ears, madras lead in current national fads", "MEA to meet at Southern in November", and "Collegiate Club plans film presentation".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 14, from November 3, 1965. Columns include, "A Resolution Concerning United States Involvement in Vietnam", "Student Senate supports American fighting forces in Viet Nam war", "Beat flu bug, get your shots subcutaneously", "Local radio to carry Thursday's pep rally", "Debaters set for tourney this weekend", "Southern grad given top non-combat award", "Lucas gives registration facts for winter quarter", "Why didn't the picture appear in the paper this week?", "Ambrose says watercolor show lacks originality", "Wesley play reveals contrast of new and old Christianity", "Doumas speaks to group on Greek conflicts, history", "Dr. Kelly speaks to Pen and Sword", "Professors journey to Atlanta for meet in political science", "Sailing Club organized here", "Lit Fraternity hears new English teacher", "Pi Gamma Mu ask 16 into brotherhood", "Mississippi first", "'Draagenfut Girl' opens tomorrow in Marsh Hall", "Backstage with Dove", "Palmer canceled but dance planned", "'Pinocchio' cast named by Theatre Department", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "In the sportslight", "Southerners 'booted' by W&M", "Dudley to present scientific papers", "KS's defeat Pikes for second place", "Frosh lose, too, by 33-8 to FSU", "Barker maintains lead in Poll as shakeup occurs in standings", "Bolton Hall leads competition for girl's intramural trophy", "Phi Mu surprises pledges with party", "Tri Sigma to sponsor 'Miss Whatever It Is'", "Registrar reminds seniors to apply for degrees early", "Westminster fellowship to show religious films", "KD's honor pledges with Halloween party", "Rumor denied that Viet Nam dolls explode", "U. S. Marine writes former teacher, describes experiences in Viet Nam", "Archives section of library shows marked expansion of Mississippi history records", "Dr. Kelly speaks to Pen and Sword", "Drill pledges weather wild week of harassment", "Pi Phi holds supper, entertains fraternities", "Hillcrest fashions open social season", "Van Lowry: ever there to support the Generals", "ERN fills Nat's for Halloween", "Lok talks plastic art to South Miss. group", and "Pendergrass to speak Saturday at Wesley".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 15, from November 5, 1965. Columns include, "'Oui' says De Gaulle about running again", "Governor, mayor will headline Phi Alpha's initiation by SAE", "Concert features Southern Symphony in Marsh Sunday", "Event on De. 10 biggest in USM fraternity history", "State Has To Borrow Once More", "Former student edits international journal", "'Knack' will finish USM art movies", "WAB appoints new treasurer", "Chi Omega organizes annual song festival", "Reception will honor students completing degree work at USM", "Alfred: 'Maine is too west'", "Universe: still big secret", "USM sounds battle cry, supports U.S. in war", "Peace can be a dirty word", "'Cow College' moos about conduct, not about blame", "Students support America", "Hillcrest girls no draft dodgers", "Bishop Pendergrass to address Wesley Foundation workshop", "Tracy to speak at wrtier, artist conference in June", "German summer work available", "Coeds visit movie set", "ASA holds 2 parties", "Long, Thames attend seminars", "Southern away, faces Chattanooga", "ASA's take pair as volleyball begins", "In the sportslight", "Regligious clubs hold joint discussion", "Cagers to face 'Bama, Ole Miss", "Southern frosh has big look", "Phi Tau's add members, choose pledge officers", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Alpha Sigs hold Halloween dance", "Phi Mu pledges three", "Chi O's hold annual party entertain sorority pledges", "Kappa Sigs initiate six", "ATO's hold initiation", "Tommy Steele forsakes bop for Broadway plays", "Klan leader's resignation praised by congressman", "Grants available for USM women", "Youth killed by auto in Picayune accident", "Modern teens have responsibility; challenge greater than before", "Druids establish information desk", "Northern town elects dead man police chief", "YRC invites 3 party leaders to speak here", "Phi Mu Epsilon to host district confab Nov. 6", "Geology prof. prepares paper on glacial epoch", "Local ministers lead discussion in Wesley talks", "Military society brings 26 cadets into honor fold", "Moorman tells joint business fraternities about English schools", and "Southern's school spirit startles Auburn fans, Georgia newsman".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 16, from November 10, 1965. Columns include, "Here's how texts will be returned", "Southern Launches SAVE drive", "Civitans to collect blood, Hillcrest coeds spark idea", "Foundation rolls in record revenue as funds increase", "Radio to carry last spirit rally", "Debaters take first trophy at Mississippi State tourney", "Deadline nears for registration of teachers test", "Rev. Tonkel speaks at annual service for Thanksgiving", "Young Repubs join pro Viet-Nam wave", "Southern's 'other girls' are as beautiful as queens", "Gas station owners tell attributes of the phenomenal women driver", "Dr. McQuagge announces education schedule change", "Want to reduce? Hope lingers yet", "Initiation planned for Phi Chi Theta pledge members", "Students give blood for Viet Nam use", "USM broadcasters elect year's officers", "Married Southerners to open new lodge", "Division of Continuing Education experiences startling growth since its conception in 1910", Talk highlights Rifle Club meeting", "USM's Delta Sigs place No. 1 at annual convention in Bahamas", "Phi Kappa Taus hold Sun. supper for project", "In the sportslight", "Southern blanks Chattanooga' 17-0, scores first touchdown in four games", "Barker, Sportslight share Poll lead with 90 total heading into final week", "Roy Castle tops list for 'Pickwick Papers'", "'Draagenfut Girl' plays in a crowded Marsh Hall", "Movies capture Mrs. Roosevelt", "USM instructor leads Little Theatre play", "Backstage with Dove", "Singer auditions", "Rhodesian government receives concession", "Pep rally represents various interests of Southern students", "Students support policy, draft; oppose atomic use", "'He's number one,' student says of Coach Vann; pep crowd agrees", "Productions demand more than actos upon stage", "Lines form early to get packets", "'Nashville Sound' has newest beat", and "Foltz will address women's convocation".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 17, from November 12, 1965. Columns include, "ODK taps 12 men in outdoor event", "16 seniors take field last time for Southern", "Delta Zeta seeks to recolonize here", "Baptists elect James Reed president", "Campus Repubs bolster support of war action with telegram to LBJ", "Mayor Grady lauds action by students", "Hold it! don't take your books back yet", "Nearly 600 beat 'bug' by taking free flu shots", "Southern drive to support U.S. gets state okay", "Lucas explains draft policies", "Dr. David Foltz will address annual convocation of women", "SAVE movement represents new line on college campuses", "What beareth yon courier?", "Two sides of a tricky coin", "What about oil companies; do they plot against us?", "Look 'looks' at the South", "What, where, why is WMSU?", "Exams: The axe or ecstasy", "Religious groups meet to discuss mutual problems", "Cadets win ROTC honors", "Southern adopts stick to promote more spirit", "ROTC yearbook pictures scheduled for Nov. 17", "Workshop ends for Methodists", "Kappa Sigma eliminates Phi Tau, battles J.C.'s for intramural crown", "In the sportslight", "'Giants' prepare for Dec. 1 opener; Kochersperger, Stacy look sharp", "PKA looms as champs in basketball", "Clothing expert to head judging", "USM student competes in farm pageant", "Alpha Sigma Alphas elect officers, add 5 new pledges to membership", "DDD's plan service project, hold Founders' Day program", "KD officer to visit Southern chapter", "Hearts 'n' Flowers", "Winter quarter schedule changes announced by Dean Allen", "Nominate seven for Wilson grants", and "In-service programs feature DCE's remaining services".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 18, from December 10, 1965. Columns include, "'Where the guns aren't toys'", "Coliseum bears name of Southerner: Bernard Reed Green", "Named after Reed Green", "Gov. Johnson praises SAE", "SAE to establish chapter at USM", "McCain proclaims January GI Joe Month at Southern", "Three day event to feature many prominent persons", "Congress gives grants to School of Fine Arts", "Chi Omega holds annual song Fest, casis 705 Greeks", "Hope hits road to Viet Nam", "Southern's Golden Giants move into a giant new home", "Dr. Foltz addresses coed's convocation with assistance from his daughter, Jan", "University suspends 170 at close of fall quarter", "Alumni Assn. exceeds goal of 6,500, registering 6,533 members for 1965", "In the sportslight", "'Giants' nip USL for first win, 71-69", "USM to face 10 teams in '66, three in SEC", "Rifle team fires against Ole Miss, Mississippi State", "Independents defeat ASA's for top spot", "Floydmen win Magnolia Classic", "University plans business building", "New magazine brings campus life to students", "Epsilon Mu Chapter of Delta Zeta pledges 39; chooses new officers", "C O celebrates holiday season", "Hearts 'n flowers", "Kappa Sigma's plan Founder's Day Banquet", "President, Dean's Lists scholars number 527 for fall quarter", "Conn makes loans ready for qualified students", "Computer center helps Prof Gayle in PhD research", "School spirit workshop set for Aug. 7-12", "Singers to present Yuletide concert", "Band festival features USM's wind ensemble", "Players stage skit at opening", "USM graduate killed in recent Viet Nam action", "Dr. Hardin honors ODK, Phi Delta Rho members with tea", Debators place fourth", "Closing the cultural gap", "Whipping boy strikes back", "All because of carbon 14", "For USM: the karate chop", "Class cuts puzzle students", "From the field: praise", "Southern's Taiwan students experience new kind of life in American society", "Religion fad sparks talk", "Mrs. Warren declares war on fat with start of 'Operation Skinny'", "Alpha Psi Omega initiates pledges", "Critic hails 'La Mancha' as great musical work", and "'Becket' chosen for production".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 19, from December 15, 1965. Columns include, "Young Demos given ultimatum", "Dr. McCain proclaims G.I. Joe Month here", "Debaters win Alabama sweepstakes", "Collegiate Civitan plans blood drive Jan. 12", "Delia, Swanson win all contests, Medley top tyro", "Phi Alpha becomes new SAE", "Gartin formally names Reed Green Coliseum", "Petition date for elections", "In which Alfred gets eye full", "Christmas: joy at home, a dead GI in Viet Nam", "Hold tight, J. Porter strikes back", "Woes of The Kid", "Southen's champion debaters: bringing home the trophies", "Brew to brew talk", "Phi Mu Epsilon gets USM alumnae chapter", "Faculty to offer weekly, private music lessons", "ALD offers 3 fellowships", "Alabama downs Southerners 93-79", "Weathersby has badminton lead", "State edges USM, Ole Miss to win trophy, rifle match", "Pikes try for third straight title as intramural cage season opens", "USM posts win over CBC Monday", "'Becket' cast released", "Foltz and Avery publish new choral music compositions", "Coming events at USM", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "Clifton Ware conducts the Singers today", "Alpha Lambda Delta pledges 66 coeds in quarterly candlelight ceremony", "USM Foundation surpasses goal", and "'Contemporary' staff to hold meeting".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 20, from January 7, 1966. Columns include, "Beauties, favorites highlight election", "Mississippi representatives give pro-Viet Nam petition to Humphrey", "Lowrey carries 2,200 names from Southern", "USM gets grant to hold summer math institute", "USM student faces four felony charges", "Blood Drive launches G.I. Joe Support Month", "New color movie shows growing campus of USM", "Lucas announces degree deadlines", "Peace Corps give local test Jan. 8", "Contemporary magazine goes on campus sale next Friday", "Have you the little British flag?", "Navy roams halls of George Hurst on Monday nights", "Army OCS team seeks graduates", "Blackwell seeks passage of speaker control bill", "Levite joins Red Cross", "Hinds, Pemples grab early leads", "Cage action resumes with varsity at 5-5, frosh, 2-4", "Phi Mu's sweep badminton finals behind Mary Durant, Trudy Turner", and "Golf team practice, elims begin Jan. 10".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 21, from January 12, 1966. Columns include, "Mr., Miss USM undecided", "Blood drive resumes today", "1,136 voters choose favorites, 20 beauties", "Senate considers photography bill", "One student suspended, 19 more on probation after motel party", "Fred Adams, USM grad, wins national recognition", "Aliens must list current address", "Proficiency exam slated for Jan. 27", "Lowrey winds up Washington work", "For you: a merry non-year", "Freshman senator Bill Lowrey 'goes to Washington, D.C.", Viet Nam and other problems", "Student supports karate idea", "As calls go through", "Blackwell's bill: a waste", "Pickers want guitars", "Indifference triumphs again", "Southern has own control over communist speakers", "In the sportslight", "Southern opens 4-game set", "Count Me Out...", "Kappa Sigs set stage for meeting with Pikes in fraternity league", "Military Ball to feature the Gentrys, Bill Black", "Sings will perform 'War Requiem' here", "Player's 'Becket' rehearsals begin", "Southern Accent on Manhattan", "'Pride' and DD's in Senior Bowl halftime activities", "PE Club elects 1966 officers", "Delta Zeta pledges 42 USM coeds", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Kappa Sigma celebrates 96th year of existence", "Acacia names Tip Hathorn as sweetheart", "Khayat will address Phi Eta Sigma banquet", "Enrollment increases", "Union slates movie", "Three films scheduled in USM art series", "'Trace' publishes poems by Swelman", "Pen, Sword names officers, plans", "Nat's Nook to host live bands, movies", and "Classified".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 22, from January 14, 1966. Columns include, "HUAC charges plot on 'Ladybird Special'", "Jean Richardson and Vic Purvis capture Mr. and Miss USM titles", "Only 797 students vote in runoffs Thursday", "Piano duo leads off music series", "Suspends coeds at motel party", "Dr. Nemetz to talk at Philosophy Forum", "Athlete, sorority president show outstanding records", "Blood drive closes with 633 students taking active part", "Administrators crack down on PDA", "In the sportslight", "Southern faces Lions Sat., seeking revenge for loss", "Count Me Out...", "Accident injures 'Flash' staffers", "Fresh win pair to even mark, open 3-game series Saturday", "Four vets return to lead golf team", "Varsity debaters go to Kentucky for weekend match", "Young Demos fold on campus state group denies interest", "Hearts n' Flowers", "Texas coed, Nancy Bernard wins Maid of Cotton title", "Phi Mu's begin GI Joe projects", and "Job openings now available for summer work".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 23, from January 19, 1966. Columns include, "Absentee ballots: Why are college students ineligible?", "Camera bill gets nod from senate", "USM debaters post Millsaps win", "Women take top spot in four-trophy haul", "Equal worth of man topic of lively talk", "Hillcrest sets dance for tonight", "Pre-law students to file address", "UAC to sponsor dance Thursday", "Backstage with Dove", "Dr. Moorman completes Research, third book", "UAC slates six movies for Union", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "In the sportslight", "Southerners win thriller, 81-79", and "Boxing tournament to be held in town".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 24, from January 21, 1966. Columns include, "'War Requiem' will feature Singers, Orleans Symphony", "Art films begin with 'Macbeth' Sunday", "Newscaster Paul Harvey will speak here Thursday", "High schoolers debate Saturday", "College Hall renovation will end by fall term", "Bizzell announces SGA deadlines for elections", "'Contemporary' due on Jan. 28", "Symphonic band to play at meeting of directors", "Ferrante, Teicher ducats are on sale now in Union", "Southern Players rehearse scenes from 'Becket' production", "Greeks promise support to G.I. Joe", "Women's PE Club performs stunts", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Fashion revolt forseen for 1966; traditional styles take a new twist", "In the sportslight", "Intramural cage races tighten", "Golf practice continues, tennis to start soon", "Three teams win action on Tuesday in women's cage", and "Giants top 100 mark; Hannan tops 1000 mark".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 25, from January 26, 1966. Columns include, "Honan to recite 'Requiem' text", "Allen says fees might go up in '67", "Bizzell, Cain run unopposed", "13 look for SGA posts; 13 seek 3 SCF offices", "Large stock of men still await Uncle Sam's call", "Valentine Queen entry deadline set for January 29", "Paul Harvey comes to USM Thursday", "G.I. Joe Carnival ends month of fund raising", "English Dept. adds professor", "Debrow apologizes for semantics error", "Degree applications due February 26", "Theme team set for double play", "Senate proposes 2 amendments, obtain $650 for SCOPE", "Adventures of Wonder Buzzard", "The question of affection and who sets the standard", "Vietnam and video warfare", "No birds, no bats but news", "Elections now make sense", "All about this problem of PDA", "Placement Bureau helps seniors find right job", "BSU elects James Reed to head organization", "Former Printz editor lands job with UPI", "USM sophomore works for Mademoiselle post", "Geographical picks dig bogies", "Foundation lists record with over $100,000 in", "Printz staffers organize club", "FICA taxes go up to record high", "Count Me Out...", "Basketball's new look", "Pikes down Kappa Sigs for fraternity loop lead", "Basketball recess ends as Floydmen play Spring Hill", "Jones Hall wins basketball play, leads trophy race", "Pi Kappa Pi frat to intiate soon", "New bulletin boards cause SGA distress", "Newman Club can't pay Pavilion price", "Added HE Course coming in Spring", "History frat plans February initiation", "Backstage with Dove", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "Three New York soloists perform in 'War Requiem'", "Torkanowsky will direct Symphony", "Chicago Opera Ballet at USM Friday", "Met. Opera schedules Mississippi auditions", "Coventry Cross of Nails on display for 'Requiem'", "In this corner: Batman", and "First conference oncommon market to begin at LSU".

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".

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".

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".

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 29, from February 9, 1966. Columns include, "Sources say Ho Chi Minh seeks peace in Viet Nam", "Seante discusses two amendments, raises in salary", "RED speaker discusses college life, drinking", "Note reportedly sent to India to end fighting", "Local Jaycees solicit USM aid in drive", "Russians controlled Luna's transmitters", "Giants host Centenary in Coliseum", "USM talkers capture Illinois sweepstakes", "Merrymakers get Smorgasbord at big UAC Mardi Gras dance", "Young Republicans to meet Monday", "Letters demanding a writing", "Voice from another minority", "Alchohol and the student: important theme for RED", "Fate of those who eat at 1?", "Students approve amendments", "1984: Is it here now?", "21 beauties make bid for Valentine Queen honor", "Voting for queen closes Saturday", "Classified Section", "A living dream for Becky Dettra: Loretta Young and Hollywood", "In the sportslight", "Six teams seek title in cage tourney", "J.C.'s trounce Riverrats, 79-55, KS eliminates PKT in playoffs", "Frosh have four games remaining, beat IFC, 108-42", "Backstage with Dove", "'Becket' runs thru Saturday in Playhouse", "Lead players in 'Becket' show striking likenesses", "Southern Accent on Manhanttan", "USM grad named Bay St. Louis Top Young Man", "Gentrys ride wave of fame", "Dr. Fike collects books for Prentiss Institute", "Subcommittee to reinstate daily prayer", "Dr. McCain to appear on special TV show", "Two fur stoles taken at Ball", and "Dr. Morgan writes article for bulletin".

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