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The editorial section begins with complaints about the library furniture and continues to reflect on the cancelation of the anticipated George Kennan lecture. The Intercollegiate Press Association meeting is described, followed by a philosophical reflection on materialism and accounts of the Oratorical Association, Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and Press Association meetings. The authors go on to describe Eli Perkins' anticipated visit to speak at City Hall and an essay contest hosted by the American Protective Tariff League. In the Religious section, the authors remember Mr. Herriot, a student who had died years earlier at the college.
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library, George Kennan, Intercollegiate Press Association, materialism, Oratorical Association, Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Eli Perkins, American Protective Tariff League
libraries (institutions); Kennan, George, 1845-1924; Oratory; College student newspapers and periodicals; Athletics; College sports; Perkins, Eli, 1839-1910; American Protective Tariff League
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1891-02-28" (1891). The Voice: 1890-1900. 21.