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The March 14, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Craven Suffers A Severe Accident — Miss Pierce is Out of Quarantine — Music and Expression Recital — Evangelist Lawhead Speaks in Chapel — Letter From Seelig — Local Echoes — Daily Chronicle — Faculty Meeting Notes — Organizations — Literary — Alumni Notes — Letter From J. D. Druschel — Editorial — Taylor Sketch Book, Y. K. K. Review — J. Floyd Barnett Writes — On Guard Duty — Athletics — Simplicissimus — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1918). The Echo 1917-1918. 11.