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This issue features an upcoming conservatory, an article advertising the virtues of the Debate team and appealing to the freshmen to join, an address by Dr. Scovel, and a series of bullets on the lives and accomplishments of various Wooster Alumni, with a focus on those alumni who became reverends.There is also a satire detailing a visit to the football practice by the Greek philosopher Aristotle who compares the sport and practice to those of his own day. Page 7 features an amusingly outdated advertisement for a cutting edge type of tire.
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Debate; Football; Sermons; Christianity; Advertisements; Satire; Aristotle; Football; Sylvester Scovel; Alumni;
Debate; Football; Sermons; Christianity; Satire; Aristotle; Football;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1909-10-13" (1909). The Voice: 1901-1910. 200.