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The paper begins with an article that states that Professor Aileen Dunham of History favors immediate U.S. entry into World War II. Another article describes President Wishart's "pledge dedicating every effort of the American students to a total defense of America, and full aid to the countries fighting Hitlerism." Plans for a bonfire and for the last all-college dance before the Christmas formal are announced. The new Civil Morale Service, which aimed to educate the public and students about events of the time is described. The Women's Self-Government Association announces Polish princess and author Paul Sapieha's planned talk. Survey results revealed that "a majority of Wooster students favor a popular vote before American soldiers can be sent abroad. Most students are opposed to fighting Japan even if Japan attacks Russia."
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Freedom Group, Kauke social rooms, student reflections on World War II, Fair Peace Pact, Princess Paul Sapieha, Civil Morale Service, student soldiers
colleges (buildings); Students and war; Feminism; Women college students; Peace; Sapieha family; Princess; Students as soldiers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-11-13" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 24.