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The paper opens with a piece on European musicians visiting Wooster, named Mr. Kneisel and Mr. Schroeder. One article details the meeting of the Irving Literary Society, a men's club on the campus. Mr. Bryan, a Democratic speaker from Nebraska who sympathizes with Theodore Roosevelt spoke at the College. The Wooster football team won against Delaware. The Spectator, a paper from Capital University in Columbus critiqued The Voice, and The Voice responded. One article talks about the possible formation of a Glee Club on campus as they are gaining popularity.
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musicians, capital university, democrats, theodore roosevelt, football, glee club
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1906-10-30" (1906). The Voice: 1901-1910. 106.