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The front page's main feature is that a third of the student body at the College managed to achieve the Dean's List. There was a review of Stan Getz performance, a critically acclaimed jazzman. there is a large photo featuring the homecoming queen for this year at Wooster, known as the Highland Queen, as well as a feature article about her. The selected Centennial Scholar, who is biologist Melvin Calvin, will be present all week on campus as well as giving multiple lectures. The Voice opposes the administration's dilution of Hell Week, an event which occurs during pledging and puts pressure on possible recruits. The Voice raises the issue that many are still not happy with the quality of food services, and that the continental breakfast which has been extended, is not enough of as change. The Wooster football team is looking forward to facing up against Akron University in the upcoming game. The College's performance of 'Much Ado About Nothing' is reviewed by the paper.
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Dean's list, Stan Getz, Highland Queen, Centennial Scholar, Melvin Calvin, greek life, Hell Week, dining services, football, Akron University, Much Ado About Nothing
Getz, Stan, 1927-1991; Homecoming; Calvin, Melvin, 1911-1997; Greek letter societies; College sports; University of Akron; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Much ado about nothing
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-10-15" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 114.