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Representatives of Irving and Athenaean literary societies compete to represent Wooster in the debate with Ohio Wesleyan University - Athenaeans wins. Professor George Whitfield Andrews, director of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, gives an organ recital at Memorial Chapel. Waldo Hilary Dunn, a Sophomore at Wooster, historical novel "The Vanished Empire A Tale of the Mound Builders" is set to be published by a Cincinnati publishing house. Additionally, a Wooster corespondent is responsible for story published in the Cincinnati Enquirer that was proven to be false.
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The Robert Clarke Company, Irving Literary Society, Athenaean Literary Societies, Wooster debate, Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio debate, Professor George Whitfield Andrews, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Memorial Chapel, organ recital, Waldo Hilary Dunn, historical novels, the Vanished Empire a Tale of the Mound Builders, Cincinnati publishing house, Wooster corespondent, false reporting, Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati Enquirer false reporting
Robert Clarke Company; Debates and debating; Ohio Wesleyan University; Andrews, George Whitfield, 1861-1932; Oberlin College. Conservatory of Music; organs (aerophones); Dunn, Waldo Hilary, 1882-1969; Historical fiction; Herald Publishing House (Independence, Mo.); Cincinnati enquirer
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1904-02-08" (1904). The Voice: 1901-1910. 52.