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This issue of the Wooster Voice features a presentation given to the Wooster campus regarding the importance of the work done by the United States Peace Corps is, despite the often unglamorous nature of the work. Also featured is an obituary for Wooster Professor Dr. Albert Avey, and a report on the integration of the donation of the political papers of Paul Peters with the existing library collection. Page 2 features a report on how a "Wage Equalization" campaign at Wooster led to the pay of Security Offices being dropped by 20%, and an analysis of the Sino-Soviet split and the possibility of a war between the two communist powers. Page 3 is the sports section. Page 4 features a letter to the editors criticizing an editorial written in the previous week criticizing Wooster as "dull" and blaming the increase in drinking and sex at Wooster on this.
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Christianity, Cold War, China, Communism, Peace Corp, Lectures, Democratic Party (U.S.), Communist movements, Professor Dr. Albert Avey, obituary, Paul Peters, drinking, sex, letter to the editor
Christianity; Cold War; China; Communism; Peace Corp; Lectures; Democratic Party (U.S.); Communist movements; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Sex; Drinking of alcoholic beverages; Letters to the editor
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1963-10-04" (1963). The Voice: 1961-1970. 64.