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The case of William Baird, Vice President of Academic Affairs, vs. Lisa Vickery, Editor-in-Chief of The Wooster Voice, comes before the Judicial Board. Homecoming committee chooses a 1950s theme for Wooster's annual homecoming dance. A college-owned van and a car driven by a Wooster student were involved in a three-car collision injuring eleven people. Duane Shank, director of the Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD), speaks on militarism and the draft. The Committee on the Status of Women reexamines its role on campus to help better serve the needs of the college. Franavilla's Ristorante, a home style Italian restaurant, opens up in Wooster's historic Germania Hall. Additionally, the edition includes a comical dartboard page titled "Pin the Blame."
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William Baird, Wooster Vice President of Academic Affairs, Lisa Vickery, Editor-in- Chief of the Wooster Voice, William Baird vs. Lisa Vickery, Judicial Board, Wooster Homecoming, 1950s, Wooster car accident, Duane Shank, CARD, Committee Against Registration, Committee on the Status of Women, Franavilla's Ristorante, home style Italian, historical Wooster, Germania Hall, historic buildings Wooster, pin the blame, Wooster Voice comedy
Home-coming; College newspapers; History; Automobile accidents
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-10-19" (1979). The Voice: 1971-1980. 229.