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The Editorial section begins with discussing the possibility of forming a Glee Club, then goes into discussing the possible requirement of having all students join a literary society, this discussion concludes with the valid point that having unwilling members in the groups would hold back progress, so individuals should be able to decide if they want to join or not. The next section goes into detail of W.R. Newell and S.B. Linhart's summer tour in which they had three missions: to obtain new students, enlist interest and support of more churches, and to obtain the academic curriculum for what was covered in high school. "Outre Mer" discusses the journey of Miss Kate Johnson's summer in Germany, London, France, Italy, Switzerland. Psychological Compton gathered the seniors in the gentlemen's waiting room, since the heat wasn't working, and they discussed the topic of intuitions; this is talked about in the section titled, "A Scrimmage."
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Glee Club, literary society, W.R. Newel, S.B. Linhart, summer tour, Outre Mer, Miss Kate Johnson, intuition, a scrimmage, Psychological Compton
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1890-10-04" (1890). The Voice: 1890-1900. 4.