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In this edition of the Voice, an article details Times Editor Tom Wicker’s views on American prison reform stating “ Of all the social problems in America, this is one which should be given sincere concern.” The winner of the first annual Miss Wayne County Pageant represents the county in the "Miss Ohio" finals. Wooster student, Garde Glinski, plans to publish a new student newspaper that covers “relevant issues” after his displeasure with the Voice. The planning committee for Wooster’s Mock Democratic National Convention starts preparations for the campus wide event. Additionally, the issue includes several cooking recipes.
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The New York Times, Tom Wicker, American prison reform, American social problems, Miss Wayne County Pageant, Miss Ohio, Garde Glinski, student newspaper, Wooster’s Mock Democratic National Convention, cooking, recipes
College athletics; College newspapers; New York Times Company; Democratic National Convention; Democratic Party (U.S.); Wicker, Tom; Prisons--United States; American social problems; Beauty pageants; Beauty contests; College student newspapers and periodicals
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-04-07" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 36.