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This issue of the Wooster Voice features a report on the re-dedication of Kauke Hall, and a recount of the events that lead to fire that burned down Old Main in 1901, the building which Kauke Hall replaced. There is a photo of Old Main as well. Also featured are proposals for fire drills, a report on the basketball season, a report on a talk given by a missionary in the Chapel, and an opportunity to join the Wooster-In-India program. Page 2 features a call for a Christian ethics to be incorporated into the economic system of the United States, and a call for cooperation with, rather than competition with, Russia. Also featured is a piece on the efficacy of student government, a call for washing machines to be added to Wooster as they have been added at other colleges, a piece on the National Student Association and its upcoming conferences, a few humor columns, and a campus schedule.
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Kauke Hall, Old Main, Campus Buildings, Fire Drills, Safety Hazards, Christianity, Missionary Activity, Wooster-In-India, Economics, Cold War, US-Soviet Relations
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; colleges (buildings); Cold War
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1947-12-05" (1947). The Voice: 1941-1950. 159.