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Students are upset over food quality on campus, however the administration does not seem ready to make any changes. Students are also asking for staggered rates on meal plans. The College will be featuring multiple Centennial speakers. These will include Rene Dubos, a bacteriologist, Melvin Calvin, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and a nuclear physicist, Henry Margenau. Kennan, former U.S. ambassador who recently lectured at the College, stressed the importance of understanding communism fully instead of simply directing blind hate towards it. The Voice reflects on the beginning of the College's Centennial Week. They also voice support for the student body in going up against Galpin over the food quality crisis. A student piece looks at the reforms, or lack thereof, that have been instituted by Congress. A former Wooster student signed a contract to play football in the American Football League, with the Buffalo Bills. A loss to Mount Union eliminated the Scots chance at a title. They additionally lost in wrestling to Baldwin Wallace. On page four, the Voice investigates rising tuition costs, and how the administration is handling the situation. There are also Valentines-themed advertisements from local businesses.
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food quality, meal plans, Centennial Week, speakers, Rene Dubos, Melvin Calvin, Henry Margenau, communism, American Football League, Buffalo Bills, Mount Union, Baldwin Wallace, tuition, Valentines Day
College sports; Universities and colleges--Food service; Dubos, René J. (René Jules), 1901-1982; Calvin, Melvin, 1911-1997; Margenau, Henry, 1901-1997; American Football League; Buffalo Bills (Football team); College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1966-02-11" (1966). The Voice: 1961-1970. 123.