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The Editorial section of this edition covers the fact that the eleven were chosen for the team, but those who weren't chosen should continue to practice; they do not say which sport team this was for but it's probably football because of the season and number of players. The Editorial also discusses the fact that Delaware built a new gymnasium and addition to Monnett Hall. "Our Athletic Department," details the importance of the new, state of the art gymnasium. The "Foot Ball" section lists the newly composed team, which is subject to change, and the game schedule. "Music Hall" describes the public rehearsal that occured on October 4th, where Dr. Haas played a piano solo. Mr. E.F. Green, a sophomore, caused an explosion in the laboratory while using the hydrogen gas generator, the generator went through the ceiling and Green was found unconscious, this is detailed in the section titled, "An Accident." The Organizations, Religious, Locals, Personals, and Other Colleges sections follow.
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gymnasium, Delaware, Monnett Hall, foot ball, athletics, Dr. Haas, public rehearsal, E.F. Green, laboratory explosion, hydrogen gas generator
Gymnasiums; Delaware; colleges (buildings); Football; College sports; Explosions
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1890-10-11" (1890). The Voice: 1890-1900. 5.