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The paper begins with announcements of two guest speakers: Edgar S. Brightman, philosopher and theologist, and Nicholas Doman. E.S. Brightman was to visit campus as a guest lecturer for Prayer Week and Doman was to speak on the subject of "A Program for Post-War Reconstruction." The authors reflect on the armed forces representatives' visit to campus and discuss the "bond-stamp drive." There is an article announcing that Wooster will have eight students speak on "war and peace aims" at an oratorical contest. The article, "Pass the ammunition" admonishes students who have failed to buy bonds or engage in the war effort. A graphic cartoon echoes the urgency of buying bonds. Lynchings in Mississippi are discussed in "Current Commotions."
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lynching, World War II, college soldiers, Edgar Brightman, Nicholas Doman, war bonds, war cartoons
Lynching; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Students as soldiers; Students and war; Brightman, Edgar Sheffield, 1884-1953; Doman, Nicholas; Savings bonds; War bonds & funds; World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1942-11-05" (1942). The Voice: 1941-1950. 48.