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The June 27, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Graduate Recital of William Young — Fine Entertainment — Barton R. Pogue’s Recital — Dedication of Service Flag — Graduates — Robert L. Tressler Speaks — Contest Winners — Kerr Contest — Preston Prize Debate — The Academy Class Night Program — Domestic Science Exhibits — Thank You! — I Love Taylor — The Road — Freshman Picnic — Commencement Marriage — Teaching Cooks to Cook — The Tientsin Flood — Editorial — Good Run of Advertising — Exchange Department — Taylor University
Echo, Taylor University, Upland, campus news, alumni news, advertisements, campus events, campus speakers, student life, chapel, faculty news, student news, student organizations, literary societies, Philalethean Literary Society, Thalonian Literary Society, athletics, intramural sports, World War I, enlisted students, war, politics, culture, recitals, William Young, Alma Gilberta Wray, Francis Ekis, Barton Rees Pogue, list of graduates, commencement, certificates, degrees, Doctorates, student contests, prizes, student honors, Domestic Sciences, poems, student marriages, Robert L. Tressler, D. Marie Gibbs, Freshman Class, letters, missionaries, alumni missionaries, alumni stories, Echo Staff, Robert S. McCutchen, Bobbie Mac, Ruth Trotter, Edwin Bench, Ira J. Roberts, A. C. Lee, W. E. Yeater, exchanges, humor
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1918). The Echo 1917-1918. 18.