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Page 1 notes that that the award winning article which was published on Nov 18, 1960 about there being “No Peace Prize” was followed up with an announcement this week that the late Mr. Dag Hammarsjold was awarded the 1961 Nobel Peace Prize posthumously. The Congressional Club inducted it’s First Congresswomen, and the Little Theatre will produce “The World We Live In” by Josef and Karel Capel and the schedule for parents weekend is published. Photos of the Homecoming Decoration Contest are also included. Page 2 features letters to editor on the Paradox of the Christian College and The Brotherhood Program which donates money for male students who donate their meal money instead of eating dinner. Articles about Nikita Khruschev, the military climate in France, and details a talk from a member of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Robert E. Wilson. Page 3 outlines how a Dining Hall Exchange Card should be used, an opinion on local and state government, and opposing views on whether the military should be allowed to speak in public on U.S. policy. Page 4 highlights student opinions on civil defense measures, the Bloodmobile on campus, the state of Broadway according to Earl Hyman and announces the Sadie Hawkins Dance. WCW the college radio station is highlighted for it’s 12th season and lists it’s lineup. Page 5 shows a photo of the heartbreaking loss to the Akron Zips during the Homecoming football game and highlights the sports happens across campus. Illustrated advertisements fill the rest of the page and on Page 6 articles about Concert Dates, a drive for donation to aid the McMaster’s Lincoln Collection, seeks student opinions on campus life and a large photograph advertises the Bell Telephone Companies.

Publication Date

10-27-1961

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

Rights

No Copyright - United States

Keywords

Nobel Peace Prize, atomic energy, The World We Live In, dining hall exchange program, Earl Hyman, Sadie Hawkins Dance, WCW, homecoming decoration contest winners, civil defense measures, postcard incident, riots in France, Nikita Khruschev

Subject

Homecoming; football; Civil defense--Law and legislation--United States; College radio stations

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1961-10-27

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