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On Page one of this issue of the Voice, there’s a lot happening on campus. Nelson & Neal were preparing for a performance, as well as, former Juilliard student, pianist George Katz. Gillespie visiting professor Theodore Kahn would speak about “Two Freedoms” at the Wooster-In-India dinner, and The Little Theatre was undergoing its first major redecoration since 1936. Page two brought a new column called the “Scots’ Forum” where letters to the editor are showcased. There’s also a column with suggested further readings and an article that puts the spotlight on “ignorance of world affairs” in Wooster. Page three highlights the happenings in sports including a Parents’ Day win in football and features ads from local businesses targeting the students. Page four includes illustrated advertisements among more columns about sporting events, and a large advertisement with a photograph featuring the “Telephone Man-of-the-Month”.
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Nelson & Neal, George Katz, Theodore Kahn, Little theatre, Scots Forum, world affairs, football, advertisements
Concert tours; International relations; Football; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1961-11-10" (1961). The Voice: 1961-1970. 21.