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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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Anthony Herbert, martial law, military controlled government, troops returning from Vietnam, the Vietnam War, Wooster Campus Council, Campus Council, Campus Council at large members, Wooster Homecoming, Wooster homecoming queen, Mohawk Indians, the White Roots of Peace, abortion, abortion opinions, pro-choice, pro-life, anti-abortion, College of Wooster Endowment Fund, college budgets, Wooster budget, Wooster 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
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-09-29" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 46.