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The paper discuses a production of "Two Blind Mice" produced by the Little Theater. The Women's Self- Government Association departures from "right conduct," a consequent protest petition was signed by 68 women. In preparation for Week of Prayer, Westminster Fellowship institutes a series of programs called "The Greatest Questions in Modern Life." The new art studio on campus moves ceramics to Galpin Hall. Dr. Carl F. Wittke, dean pf the graduate school of Western Reserve University lectures on "The Changing Concepts of History." Additionally, the issue includes a report on new dorm rules.
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Two Blind Mice, Wooster Little Theater, Women's Self-Government Association Wooster, Week of Prayer, Westminster Fellowship, philosophy, Galpin Hall Wooster, Dr. Carl F. Wittke, Western Reserve University, history, changing concepts of history, Wooster dorm rules
College newspapers; College athletics; Cold War; Theater; college (buildings); Prayer; Religion
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1950-02-09" (1950). The Voice: 1941-1950. 208.