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This issue of the Wooster voice features a story on the College of Wooster's pastor, Curtis Douglass, accepting a post in Iowa, the creation of a committee to help coordinate war efforts between several already existing clubs on campus, and an upcoming lecture by a Rabbi on the "Jewish Problem." Page 2 contains an advertisement for war bonds under the heading: "How About A Bank Account for Dreams?." Page 3 contains a comic also advertising for war bonds as well as the sports section. Page 4 contains an article revealing the results of a racial attitude survey of Wooster townspeople, the main finding of which was: "that about 75% of the people feel no prejudice to people of other races." Page 4 also contains several local news bulletins, ads, and jokes.
The College of Wooster
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Racism, Racial Attitudes, War Bonds, Advertisements, War Efforts, Campus War Efforts
War bonds & funds; Race Relations; Judaism; World War, 1939-1945; College newspapers; Racism
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1944-01-20" (1944). The Voice: 1941-1950. 72.