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This issue begins with two images of Freshman who attended the Student Christian Association formal, advertises a visit from Ohio Governor Michael V DiSalle, the first Scot Band performance, Girls’ Social Club Rush, and the guest lecture program which featured De. Bentley Glass, E. Martin Browne, And Dr. Robert Spiller. There is also a large article on the College offering the verse drama J.B. starring Earle Hyman in honor of Homecoming and the campus Congressional club decided to admit students of both sexes. Page two details President Kennedy’s speech stressing the need for world law, students give opinions on change in Wooster after being away and enjoy that there is now co-ed dining, as well as the importance of traveling abroad and bringing these experiences back to inspire interest in international affairs. Page three details sports news and has illustrated advertisements geared towards the students. Page four passes along advice which appeared in the Associated Collegiate Press Feature Service about How to Stay in College and also features illustrated advertisements.
The College of Wooster
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Student Christian Association, Earle Hyman, Governor Michael V DiSalle, J.B., co-ed dining, traveling abroad, international affairs, illustrated advertisements
Theater; Foreign study; Societies and clubs; International relations; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1961-09-29" (1961). The Voice: 1961-1970. 15.