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This edition of the voice is written by the women of Hoover Cottage - the first female dormitory at the College of Wooster.
The college presents the Second Annual Minstrel Show to students and citizens of Wooster. The issue includes a program from said show. Wooster faculty grants permission for the basket ball team to make a trip to play Westminster and Grove City College. George Sherwood Eddy, seven years engaged in Y.M.C.A work in India, addresses the Student Christian Associations. Additionally, the issue includes a lengthy piece details the travels of Miss Gertrude Gingrich.
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Dormitories; Women college students; Feminism; Feminism and education; College of Wooster; Minstrel shows; Westminster College; Grove City College; Eddy, Sherwood, 1871-1963; YMCA of the USA; Church work
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1904-02-29, Hoover Cottage Edition" (1904). The Voice: 1901-1910. 55.