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President Lowry announced that Mr. Robert Voelkel of the class of 1954 will be taking over as the instructor of religion. This year's Color Day queen is Lyall Ritchie, a junior. She was chosen from amongst six other candidates. The Color Day festivities kicked off on Wednesday evening with the queen, her court, and last year's color day queen at the president's house for dinner. Mr. Morrill and Harry Bradley are creating a revised and expanded Scot's Key for next year. It will encompass three sections: rules and regulations, a calendar of the year's events, and a note section. Going into Color Day week, the track team has emerged undefeated in all of their meets. Rene Richard's experiences of studying and volunteering abroad are featured on the second page.
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Mr. Robert Voelkel, religious instructor, Lyall Ritchie, Color Day queen, Scot's Key, sports
College newspapers; College athletics; Religion; Study abroad
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1957-05-10" (1957). The Voice: 1951-1960. 149.