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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on April 20 of 1979, is four pages long. Thorn Gentle and Tim Vitale of the InterMuseum Laboratory were brought in on Monday and Tuesday by the Frick Art Museum's curator Esther deVecsey in order to assess the conditions of the artifacts and give an estimated restoration cost. The print collection will need $8,000 worth of restoration not only to the prints but also to their storage space--they are stored in the Vault in the basement of the library. The Wooster Mummy is in need of a lot of help, it is in "abominable condition" according to Thorn Gentle. Funds for student organizations will not be able to be allocated by the SGA until four weeks into the quarter. Registration for next fall will occur on May 26 and the registration system will be the same as last year's Mass Registration system. Dr. Geoffrey Hartman delivered a convocation on Wednesday morning titled "Understanding Criticism." Athletic updates for the week are on the third page. The fourth page is filled entirely with advertisements.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-04-20" (1979). The Voice: 1971-1980. 220.