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This issue of the Wooster Voice features a report on a political speech given in McGaw Chapel by a speaker calling Cleveland mayoral candidate Carl Stokes a "slave" for his alleged lack of effort to help the black community for fear of damaging his image in the white community. Page 2 features a report on the Campus Christian Association, an opinion piece calling for the administration to be more open with its conduct, and a piece calling for increased student involvement in the local Wooster community. Page 3 features a piece by a former Wooster student who became a minister in poor cities throughout the United States and his reflections on Wooster, and a change of rules regarding motor vehicles for students. Page 4-5 are the sports section, and page 6 contains continued articles and advertisements.
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McGaw Chapel, Carl Stokes, political controversy, Cleveland, Race Relations, Uncle Tom, Mayoral Candidacy, Student Involvement, Campus Christian Association
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Carl B. Stokes United States Courthouse (Cleveland, Ohio); Christianity
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1967-09-29" (1967). The Voice: 1961-1970. 154.