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This paper opens up with an article about the faculty club play that begins that night titled, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick," by Beale McCormack. Mr. Rob van der Heide of Dakar, Senegal, Africa will be coming to the college this weekend; he is a member of CIMADE: Com-it- e InterMouvements Aupres Des Evacues. This organization was founded at the beginning of WWII, and was intended to assist and support those who were driven out by the war. The Josephine Long Wishart Museum will have two new photography exhibitions on display through December 2: "The Best of Life: Photographers Choice" and "This Colorful World of Ours". The Scots Forum Features section has articles criticizing many aspects of campus and the newspaper, and begins with a section regarding women tending to take up the sidewalk, making men walk in the mud. One of the criticism's involve that of women's rules, and how they should not have to "sign out" in the evening in order to spend time in the parlor. There is also a rule that says that freshman women can only go to the library two times a week.
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Beale McCormack, faculty play, CIMADE, Josephine Long Wishart Museum, photography exhibit, criticism, women's rules, women's rights
College newspapers; College athletics; Feminist movements; Rights of Women
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1960-11-18" (1960). The Voice: 1951-1960. 229.