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The first page of this issue highlights the crowning of Betty Bea Andrews as Homecoming Queen and features her photo with Quarterback Bill Washburn. A homecoming festivities schedule shows a parade, a football game between the undefeated Scots and the Akron Zips, a performance of J.B. will be offered after the game, the Queen’s Ball and the Homecoming Dance. The second page details the ongoing upset of the students about being denied cafeteria meals if they forget their I.D. card and speaks of a resolution that will allow students to exchange co-ed dining by presenting a card to the head waiter. The student senate details that it will begin to charge students for attendance to All-College dances. Page two gives us a review of the production of “J.B.” and gives opinions on criticism of government and foreign policy as well as the rising costs to attend the College. Page three tells the history of MacLeod Plaid at Wooster and tells of the conservatory installing a new Schlicker Organ in the practice house. Page 3 also features illustrated advertisements as well as advertisements with photographs. Page four relays the sporting news and shows a very large ad for the U.S. Air Force. Page five continues the sporting news and advertisements from local businesses. Page six continues articles from previous pages and has more advertisements geared towards the students.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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homecoming, homecoming queen, football, Scots, J.B, co-ed dining, MacLeod Plaid, Schlicker Organ, U.S. Air Force, advertisement


Homecoming; College theater; Football; College athletics; Advertisements; College newspapers

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1961-10-20