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James Allardice, a 1941 College of Wooster graduate, and Thomas Adair, are both Hollywood writers who are teaming up to write a musical that will premiere by the Little Theater in March. Mrs. Vera Micheles Dean will be discussing her summer in Africa at the chapel. The Men's Association voted against the 1960 Serenade Contest because of the amount of time the practices take up, and the increasing importance of academia on campus. "The Ugly American," a political fiction book by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer, was on the top-ten booksellers list all summer. It is suggested that everyone read it. The marching band this year will play at seven games and consists of 56 bandmen, seven majorettes, and four bagpipers; 27 of the members are new.
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James Allardice, Thomas Adair, Little Theater, Hollywood, musical, Mrs. Vera Micheles Dean, Africa, speech, Men's Association, serenade contest, The Ugly American, fiction, novel, Eugene Burdick, William Lederer, politics, marching band, bagpipes, majorettes
College newspapers; College athletics; Theatre; Bagpipes; Majorettes; Marching bands
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1959-10-09" (1959). The Voice: 1951-1960. 200.