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The Editorial segment of this edition of the newspaper covers the success of the Y.M.C.A social, which grows in size and opulence each year. It also discusses the possibility of losing the Musical Library collection to Pittsburg, and the Athletic Association meeting which talked about the upcoming year for athletics. The next section of the newspaper, "Opening Address for 1890-1" detailed the information given by the speaker, whose name was not stated, regarding "mental self-development". The "Music" section welcomed a new violin instructor, Professor Leo Oehmler. The Religious and Locals sections followed. "Japanese Wedding" went into the details of a wedding of unstated individuals held in Kauke Chapel with the music given by the Coan Mission Band.
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Y.M.C.A, Musical Library, Athletic Association, Professor Leo Oehmler, Japanese Wedding, opening address, Kauke Chapel, Coan Mission Band
YMCA of the USA; Music libraries; College sports; Oehmler, Leo; Japanese (culture or style); Weddings
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1890-09-20" (1890). The Voice: 1890-1900. 2.