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Near the beginning of this edition of The Voice, there is some discussion of furniture changes in the library. The authors go on to respond to allegations of misrepresenting a recent football game with "W. & J.," or Washington Jeffersonian. A speech given by then-President Scovel is described in which the president announces a $10,000 donation from Mr. Selah Chamberlain for the construction of a "Chamberlain Wing." A review of a book, God In His World, follows. The authors announce elected student officers for the year and a community athletic exhibit on "How to Wrestle" is announced. There is a reflection on co-education in the United States. As is usual for the Voice during this period, a "Personals" section describes details of students' lives at school.
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football, history of Christianity, wrestling, athletic exhibitions, co-education, student officers
libraries (institutions); academic libraries (institutions); Football; Christianity; Wrestling; Athletics; College sports; Education; Scovel, Sylvester F. (Sylvester Fithian), 1835-1910; College student government
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1891-01-17" (1891). The Voice: 1890-1900. 15.