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The front page features an article on Vronsky and Babin, a Russian pianist duo who was scheduled to perform on campus. A "Sadie Hawkins" type dance is described, a Men's Glee Club church concert is announced, and senior placement interviews are discussed. The Voice editors describe their intention to attend a meeting of the Ohio College Newspaper Association. The Color Day pageant organizers announce the year's theme: "In a Persian market." The Civil Aeronautics Authority program is described and summer course offerings are listed. Page 2 includes an opinion piece about the war and a letter to the editor from a faculty member that questions whether the Voice truly represents the student body's opinion on the war and remarks that students from other colleges, namely Hamilton, Smith and Vassar sent a letter to congress stating, "Speaking as young Americans under 36, we wish to urge upon Congress our deep conviction that it is vital to our own future that America give full support to the forces fighting nazism today." In the top right corner of the front page of this edition, there is this note: "Letter insinuates Voice has gone pro-Nazi."
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letter to the editor, Vronsky and Babin, Color Day, Civil Aeronautics Authority program, war sentiments, World War II
College student newspapers and periodicals; Letters to the editor; Students; Students--Social life and customs; College students--United States--Conduct of life; Documenting World War II
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-03-06" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 6.