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The Voice headlines with the announcement of two new co-editors, Karen Kinkel, and James Heck. The college chapel will hold Edmond Karlsrud and the Karlsrud Chorale of 14 men for a concert, brought in by the Wooster Federation of Music.The theater department will be putting on the show titled, "The Peacock in the Parlor." On page two, Miss Frances Guille, chairman of the French Department, makes the argument against studying abroad freshman year, and instead suggests studying abroad after graduation. Page three is filled with the information regarding the sports teams. The Concert Band will be sending seven of its members to represent Wooster at the Ohio Inter-Collegiate Band, held at Baldwin-Wallace College.
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Edmond Karlsrud, Karlsrud Chorale of 14 men, concert, Wooster Federation of Music, Karen Kinkel, James Heck, theater, The Peacock in the Parlor, study abroad, Miss Frances Guille, sports, Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio Inter-Collegiate Band, Wooster Concert Band
College newspapers; College athletics; Study abroad; Theatre
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1960-03-04" (1960). The Voice: 1951-1960. 214.