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In a speech delivered to the College of Wooster community, Lt. Col. Anthony Herbert, expressed his fear of Martial Law/a military controlled government when U.S. troops return home from Vietnam. Campus Council adds three new member-at-large student positions increasing the size of the council to nine. Wooster’s Homecoming celebrations will no longer include the annual parade, float competition, or the election of a Homecoming Queen. In the letter to the editor section of the Voice, a student respond to a previous article on abortion. The “Mohawk Indian” group, the White Roots of Peace cancel their plan visit to the campus leaving students disappointed. Additionally, this Voice includes a break down of the College of Wooster Endowment Funds of 1972 and how the money was spent.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Anthony Herbert, martial law, military controlled government, the Vietnam War, Campus Council, Campus Council at large members, Homecoming, homecoming queen, Mohawk Indians, the White Roots of Peace, abortion, pro-choice, pro-life, anti-abortion, College of Wooster Endowment Fund, budgets, annual spending


College athletics; College newspapers; Herbert, Anthony B.; Student Government; College students; Abortion; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; United States and the Vietnam War; Martial law; Homecoming; Mohawk Indians

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-09-29