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The Editorial Section discusses how Cornell's fraternities compete against each other in unofficial baseball league. This section also talks about a singing group brought in for entertainment that was a huge hit among the students- Ariel-Thomas. The following paragraph discusses the recent student protest at Wabash College regarding the leaving of one of their favorite professors, Dr. John M. Coulter, for a presidency position at Indiana State University. The section titled, "University Extension", discusses and includes an article written by the Cornell "Daily Sun" regarding the use of books and lectures in a classroom. "The Wings" section discusses the plans for the new additions to the science building. The Religious, Personals, Locals, and Other Colleges sections follow.
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Cornell, fraternities, baseball, entertainment, Ariel-Thomas, Wabash College, protest, Dr. John M. Coulter, Daily Sun, the wings
Cornell University, Baseball, College fraternity members, Entertainment events, Wabash College, Protest movements--United States
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1891-04-18" (1891). The Voice: 1890-1900. 26.