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This issue highlights the Girls' Chorus for opening the College's week of prayer with a concert. There is an article detailing a criminal attack on the campus chapel, in which the the attackers released tear gas and rodents. Dr. James W. Clarke, Canadian Pastor is visiting campus. Five Wooster students attended the Ohio College Council on Minority meeting in Columbus, Ohio on Monday. Additionally, this edition includes a piece by Jack Bobbitt titled "After the Wind." Athletic updates for the past week or so are highlighted on the third page. There is an advertisement for a corset on the final page which uses the phrase, "Whittle Your Middle."
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Wooster Girls' Chorus, week of prayer, Wooster chapel attack, Wooster tear gas attack, Wooster rodent attack, Jack Bobbitt, After the Wind, corset, Dr. James W. Clarke, Ohio College Council on Minority
College newspapers; College athletics; Religion; Prayer; Minority college students; Tear gas
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1948-02-20" (1948). The Voice: 1941-1950. 165.