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Peg Batterman, Marge Kurth, Ruth Peterson, May Lou Smyser, Corki Snuffer, and Kay Stimson have been nominated for this year's Color Day queen. "Tovaritch" by Jacques Deval will be performed in the Scot Auditorium on March 13, it has a fully French Script. For Career Conferences next week, Women's vocations will be the topic of discussion, specifically Religious Opportunities that will be talked about by Miss Mollis F. Stahley. The Symphonic Band will be performing both classical and contemporary music at their concert on March 8. President of Kenyon College, Dr. Gordon K. Chalmers will speak at the series of programs about "Personal Considerations in a Liberal Education."
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Color Day Queen, Tovaritch, Jacques Deval, Mollis F. Stahley, women's vocations, symphonic band, Dr. Gordon K. Chalmers
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1953-03-06" (1953). The Voice: 1951-1960. 45.