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This edition of the Wooster Voice opens with a roster of all the staff and students, which includes their address. The following segment titled, "Sam and Della" covers a social that occured at the Presbyterian church for the newly married Reverend Mr. Palmer. During this social they received a beautiful silver set from Elder John Buyers. "Mendelssohn Again," addresses the choice of St. Paul for the study, and the need for singers. The following piece details the, "Eight Rules for Newspaper Correspondents." An incident that occurred between some sophomores and freshman is covered in, "College fun?" The incident happened on LaFayette, where two Sophomores threatened to visit the Freshman's room; while the Freshman warned them to stay away, they did not listen. The Sophomores were greated by the Freshman with baseball bats. The, "Young Men's Christian Association," "C. Social," Locals, and Personals sections follow.
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Sam and Della, social, Reverend Mr. Palmer, Presbyterian church, Elder John Buyers, silver set, LaFayette, semi-barbaric racket, Young Men's Christian Association, C. Social
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1890-09-27" (1890). The Voice: 1890-1900. 3.