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Lowry Center was filled with 6 inches of water at 4 am on Monday morning when the main water valve broke. On Thursday Reverend Arthur Gish gave a presentation related to Christianity and faith. Next week Monday through Thursday is officially Communications week, there will be well known speakers and movies shown. A student run Free Crisis Center phone line is now in operation from 8pm to 6am daily. Another line to call is known as Fish, it is ran out of a church, and 8 to 12 people work for answering phone calls. There is an article on page four titled, "One Woman's Voice," it addresses two different college student's stories about their abortion experience.
The College of Wooster
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Religion, Flood damage, Christianity, Communications, Crisis (Mental health services), Abortion, Racism and language
Religion and human rights; Damage, Flood; university and college buildings; Christian; Induced abortion; Pregnancy termination; Bias, Racial
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1971-01-29" (1971). The Voice: 1971-1980. 3.