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This edition includes an article describing the Student Christian Council’s annual drive which sought to raise $3210 to aid European foster children. Another article lists the cast that was selected for the campus production of The Man which was scheduled to take place on Dad’s Day the following week. The newspaper also includes an article congratulating 96 sophomore women on surviving traditional hazing activities and making it through the process. The upcoming Sadie Hawkins’ Day Dance is described along with the Wooster-In-India Dinner. The section dedicated to World News Roundup describes the casualties sustained by American forces throughout the Korean War, and discusses the declaration issued by the foreign ministers of eight Communist nations calling on the West to stop the remilitarization of Germany among other similar requests. Another article details an upcoming short story contest which offered cash prices. Interestingly, later on in the paper, an article discusses the topic of debate for this season, that is, whether or not the non-communist nations should form a new international organization. Lastly, advertisements from local businesses and the Wooster community have been distributed throughout the newspaper.
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Student Christian Council, Annual Drive, The Man, Hazing, World News Roundup, Germany, Communism, Debate, historical advertisements
College newspapers; College athletics; Cold War; Religion; Christianity; Debates and Debating; Communism
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1950-10-26" (1950). The Voice: 1941-1950. 224.