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This edition includes a photo of former Color Day Pageant Queen, Mignonne Addis, passing the crown to Ann Reid. Dr. Karl T. Compton, M.I.T. chairman and chairman of the Research and Development Board of the National Military Establishment in Washington, D.C. will speak at the 79th graduation ceremony. A revised student handbook will be sent out this summer. The all college picnic is scheduled for tomorrow at 4pm. Campus Council has approved the formation of a new social club which is called KEYS. Three professors will return to campus next fall and thirteen others will be gone. Additionally, there is an advertisement for a concert by Wooster's Symphonic Band. Page three has the athletic highlights for the past week. Art produced by students of the art department will be on display in Josephine Long Wishart museum in Galpin Hall until May 26. An advertisement for the Air Force encompasses a large amount of the fourth page.
The College of Wooster
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Color Day Pageant, Dr. Karl Compton, M.I.T., Wooster Symphony, KEYS, Josephine Long Wishart Museum, Air Force, advertisement
College newspapers; College athletics; Symphony orchestra; Museum exhibits; Advertisements; United States. Air Force ROTC
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1949-05-19" (1949). The Voice: 1941-1950. 196.