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The paper begins with a note about a revised version of the college bulletin. The authors go on to announce Professor E. Kingman Eberhart's (Economics) new position on the National Advisory Council, created by the Consumer's Union. The authors note that the Big Four met to select a new student ambassador to send to India. An article on the front page describes changes in the curfew for women students. The second page of the paper includes such headlines as: "Two-thirds of Students Plan to Marry Within Three Years After Graduation" and "War Race Continues as America Passes Defense Land Mark of Protecting U. S."
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National Advisory Council for Consumer's Union, women's curfew, U.S. defense, pre-war, basketball, swimming
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-02-07" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 2.