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This edition includes an article called World News which discusses current events taking place on the world stage. Another article talks about the contribution of a model stage to the Festival of Fine Arts which was to take place later that week. An article called the Senate Kaleidoscope recounts the noteworthy events of the previous semester in a creative, poetic manner whilst another article presents the second installment of Wanda Nekrasz's own story, "I Can't Forget", about her life in the Polish underground before her arrest in 1942. The third page is dedicated to sports and recounts various basketball games, baseball games and track meets. A section of this paper is dedicated to women's sports. Later in the paper, an article discusses Arab Culture as one of the highlights of a religion lecture that had been given by a professor earlier that week. Historical advertisements by local businesses and the Wooster community have been distributed throughout the paper.
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World War II, World News, I Can't Forget, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Women's Sports, Religion, Arab Culture, historical advertisements
College newspapers; College athletics; World War II, 1939-1945; Religion
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1949-01-13" (1949). The Voice: 1941-1950. 184.