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This issue begins with a letter from Erich Weltzien to "D.A. Lowrie" which describes the etiquette and proceedings used in Germany for dueling. The editors note that "several Wooster students have been corresponding with Berlin students the former writing German the latter English." The authors go on to describe the activities of the student senate and a varsity basketball game. A letter to the editor is included in which a first year suggests including such subjects as "How to Make Hens Lay in Winter or The Proper Proportion of Cane- Juice in Maple-syrup." There is a note about the status of the newspaper. A memorial service for Paul Axtell is recounted.
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German dueling, etiquette, evangelism, literary societies, basketball, Y.W.C.A., Ohio railroads, student senate, relations with Germany
Germany; Dueling; Etiquette;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1910-02-02" (1910). The Voice: 1901-1910. 212.