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This edition details the inauguration of a new political system on campus. Included are descriptions of both candidates for college president and secretary. An article discusses a new elective in kindergarten study offered by Wooster. Mary Robertson, the first graduate of the University Bible School, is given a position teaching at Payson, Utah. The rock of 1874 is cleaned up to revel its bottom half. Earnest Weld, class of 1903, win a great tennis honor at the open tournament at Canton Champery, in Switzerland. Additionally, the issue includes Wooster's 1905 student and faculty roster.
The College of Wooster
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college politics, Wooster presidents, Wooster secretaries, kindergarten study, college electives, Mary Robertson, Wooster Bible School, Payson, Utah, Wooster rock, Wooster rock of 1874, Earnest Weld, tennis, Canton Champery Open, Wooster roster, Wooster roster 1905, Switzerland
College of Wooster; Kindergarten; Universities and colleges--Elective system; Bible colleges; Payson (Utah); Tennis
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1905-09-25" (1905). The Voice: 1901-1910. 69.