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The October 25, 1917 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Miss Dilling’s Recital — Visit of Mrs. McClure — A Letter From France — Local Echoes — Chronicle — Literary — The Application of College Spirit — An Indian Visit — College Freshmen — The Faculty — Thinking in Relation to Religion — Editorial — Organizations — When The Girls Were Away, What Did the Boys Do? — Ye Kolonial Klippings — Athletics — Junior Vs. Freshman — Simplicissimus — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1917). The Echo 1917-1918. 2.