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The October 12, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Enrollment Facts — Taylor Weddings — Faculty Reception — Locals — Upland Churches — Dr. Shaw’s Books — New Students — Drills Going Nicely — Literary Societies’ Joint Reception — Death of Fred Hill — Prof. Westlake’s Father Dies — An Appreciation — Letter From “Birmy” — The Volunteer Band — A Letter from “Bobby Mac” — Why is a Snipe? — Alumni Department — Where Are the Seniors? — Editorial — Literary Department — First Christmas in Burma — From Hindupur, India — Ethel L. Mabuce Writes from Burma — Athletics — Simplicissimus — Honor Roll — Taylor University
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