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The first page of this paper has two main headlines, "130 Sophomore Pledge Scot Girls' Social Clubs" and, "Gala Weekend Activities, Dogpatch, Club Pledging Unite with Parents' Day." These sections detail the women that were admitted into the seven sororities, and the upcoming events for the weekend. The, "Facts for Food Service" piece disses the food being served during lunchtime. Page six features an article about the tradition of the Scot Band. The Scot Band originally work black and gold military style uniforms, and the tradition of the kilts and bagpipes came around in 1940. Mr. Bert Babcock was the man who donated the money for the kilts.
The College of Wooster
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pledging, sophomores, sororities, parent weekend, band day, Scot Band, black and gold, kilts, bagpipes, Mr. Bert Babcock
College newspapers; College athletics; College fraternities; Sororities; Bagpipes
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1960-10-28" (1960). The Voice: 1951-1960. 460.