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This issue of the Wooster Voice contains a piece by Rev. Dr. T. K. Davis, describing his understanding of the role God should play in the part of a young person's life. The paper also contains a description of a Persian Shia ceremony in Tehran in 1910 commemorating the life of "martyrs" Hosein and Hassan. The participants slashed their heads with knives and danced in white robes stained by blood bleeding from their self inflicted head wounds, and dance in a circle. This report is given by Henri Behoteguy Jr, who witnessed the event.
Several Greek parties and visits are also reported on in this issue.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1911-03-01" (1911). The Voice: 1911-1920. 7.