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The authors begin by stating that Dr. Clayton S. Ellsworth, Assistant Professor of History, does not believe the U.S. should enter the war. This opinion stands in contrast to another professor's opinion, printed in the previous edition of the Voice. Another article notes that cheerleaders are to receive letters for the first time. The authors go on to note that five Wooster Economics students plan to attend a conference in Washington D.C. A play entitled "Ladies in Retirement" is described and one article is titled, "Average Wooster Male Detests Red Nail Polish, Hip Sweaters and Boots." Page 4 provides an update on the construction of a student union.

Publication Date

11-27-1941

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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No Copyright - United States

Keywords

history of cheerleading, college drama productions, Wooster football, student union

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-11-27

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