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Five students are vying for the title of 'Homecoming Queen': Betsy Edwards, Anna Hansel, Jan How, Nancy Stauffer, Phyllis Tubia. The Student Christian Association will be bringing five speakers to campus this year for the Theological Lecture Series. The rushing season will be kicked off by the Inter-Club Council picnic on September 29. Hygeia will continue to offer the three dose immunization series for polio known as Sabin even though Canada is questioning the effectiveness. The Student Senate elections will take place this coming Monday. Dean Bricker has released the names of those who made the highest honor roll. The Little Theater will be performing The Miracle Worker for Homecoming weekend. The Just Published column gives some books that the library received this week that could be of interest to the students including: Gladys Shultz's Jenny Lind, The Swedish Nightingale, Louis Nizer's My Life in Court, and many others. Dean Bricker is cracking down on car's; they should only be used for what is on the permit.
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Homecoming, homecoming queen, Student Christian Association, Theological Lecture Series, Polio vaccine, Sabin vaccine, Student Senate, The Miracle Worker, Jenny Lind, library books
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Home-coming; Lind, Jenny; Polio
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1962-09-28" (1962). The Voice: 1961-1970. 40.