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This issue of the Wooster Voice details preparations for a Yuletide Ball, a selection of a student for the Wooster-in-India program, and the election of a Wooster student into the local city government as a Democrat. Page 2 features a piece criticizing those that condemn the Wooster student body as apathetic, a series of comments by the women of Wooster remarking on the Wooster men, a biography of Dr. Roy Grady, head of the Chemistry department, with special attention paid to his experience in the candy industry. Also present is a piece arguing that while freedom of the press is guaranteed, the press has been abusing that freedom by over-representing certain views and misrepresenting and under-representing others. Page 3 is the sports section, and page 4 consists of continued articles, advertisements, and a report on a lecture on foreign policy given on campus.
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Christmas, Dances, Christianity, Wooster-in-India, Democratic Party, Democrats, Students in Government, Faculty, Faculty Biographies, Campus Attitudes
College athletics; College newspapers; Christmas; Christianity; Biography
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1947-12-12" (1947). The Voice: 1941-1950. 160.