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An editor of the New York Times, J. Donald Adams, will be speaking at the commencement on May 28. The freshman play will be "Yorkshire Pudding," it will be performed on April 13 and 14. The campus has recently has a Red Cross Unit established on campus. On March 19, John Sebastian, "harmonica virtuoso" will perform in the chapel. Seniors will be eligible for the Civil Service Examination. Alice Rodgers writes about Erika Man's experience at the Western Front. A ship named after the College of Wooster is called S.S. Wooster Victory, its part of a commission of ships named after outstanding American colleges and universities. The weekly athletic updates can be found on the third page.
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J. Donald Adams, New York Times, commencement, freshman play, Red Cross, John Sebastian, harmonica, WWII, civil service examination, greek life, S.S. Wooster Victory, student honor roll, YWCA, Erika Mann, western front
College athletics; Advertisements; Commencement ceremonies; War work--Red Cross; World War, 1939-1945; Victory ships; Harmonica; Greek letter societies
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1945-03-16" (1945). The Voice: 1941-1950. 98.