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The College decides to not extend the tenure of a Psychology professor, one Dr. Cho. He made the letter with the dismissal public, and students proceeded to express outrage toward the decision as well as praise toward the Professor. George F. Kennan, the former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union came to give a lecture at the College. The Voice gives a brief background on him. There is a large article discussing the tightening of draft regulations for students. The Voice tells students not to worry too much as the College was also not as affected by the Korean War as they thought they might be. The Voice once bemoans recent price increases for the College tuition this school, putting them on-par with ivy league costs. The paper addresses a feud between the paper, a faculty member, and Galpin policies. The issue, over fines for lack of Chapel attendance, are also reflected in individual student-written articles. Page three looks at the sports records of the College, examining their scores so far in the season. They recently beat Hope College in basketball, however there was less success on other fronts, such as swimming. Page five is devoted almost entirely to advertisements, including an advertisement for skiing at 'Snow Trails' in Mansfield Ohio. James Bond Movie 'Thunderball,' starring Sean Connery is advertised to be showing at the local theater.
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Dr. Sam Cho, Psychology, George F. Kennan, lectures, draft, Vietnam War, tuition, Chapel, Chapel attendance, basketball, Hope College, skiing, Thunderball, James Bond, Sean Connery
College teachers; Kennan, George F. (George Frost), 1904-2005; Lectures and lecturing; Draft; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; College Sports; Tuition; James Bond films; Connery, Sean; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1966-02-04" (1966). The Voice: 1961-1970. 122.