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The first page of this issue of the newspaper includes an article about an athletic game between Wooster and Muskingum. The game was held at Muskingum, and there was transportation arranged for Wooster students to travel and attend the game. The is another article that announces a guest visit to campus. Theodor Broch, the former mayor of Narvik, Norway, was invited to campus to talk about his experiences during the German invasion of Norway. During the invasion, Broch was captured and condemned to death for sabotage. The third page of the paper details members of the football team, and has a list of advertisements from local businesses. On the final page of this issue of the Wooster Voice, there is a follow up article about the co-ed dining trial that was first announced in the previous issue.
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athletics, football, college, students, sports, war, invasion, Norway, Germany, mayor, advertisements
Athletics; Football; Students and war; Norway (nation); Germany (nation); Mayors; Advertisements; World War, 1939-1945
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-10-23" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 21.