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This edition of The Wooster Voice begins with a hymn titled Sweet Chapel Hour by H.C. Grumbine. An article titled Still Another Inspiration followed the story of the Professor, who made numerous appearances in different editions of the newspaper. The editorial board addressed the student body in another article, asking them about their experience at the Reunion-Athletic Dinner, a homecoming custom set forth of alumni and former students attending a big football game together in the fall before uniting around a banquet table for dinner. Later in the newspaper, an article described the reception given by the 1909 music students to the Conservatory professors and pupils, demonstrating their steady growth and unique musical skills. Furthermore, the Program of this Reception was included at the end of the article for those interested in the works presented. Lastly, advertisements from local businesses have been distributed throughout the latter half of the newspaper.
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Sweet Chapel Hour, Still Another Inspiration, Professor, Reunion-Athletic Dinner, Homecoming, Conservatory, Music Majors, Music Department, historical advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1908-11-17" (1908). The Voice: 1901-1910. 173.