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The October 26, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
The Thalos — Philalethean Literary Society — Local Echoes — At Home for the S. A. T. C. — Daily Chronicle — Upland Churches — In Memoriam — Literary Notes — The Mingling of East and West — American Democracy — Editorial — To Our Readers — It Wouldn’t Be His Fault — Suitable Parlors — S. A. T. C. — Life’s A Continuation of Day — S. A. T. C. — He Didn’t Know — Act II Scene II — What Does it All Mean? — Wanted to Know — The Second Line of Defense — Simplississimus — Writing Home to Mother — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1918). The Echo 1918-1919. 2.