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The November 9, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Assistant Pastor of a Big Church — Halloween Party — Chapel Seating — War Work by Woman — Still Saving Daylight — Local Echoes — Churches — Literary Notes — The Need of a Political and Religious Reformation in Latin America — My First Experience at Camp — Sonnet to the True Message of Taylor University — The Student Volunteer Band — In Honor of Miss Fales — Sabbath Worship — Editorial — Mark Twain on Newspaper Advertising — S. A. T. C. — Henderson in Medical Corps — 2nd Lieut. Pugh — Poems — Prof. Westlake’s Men’s Class — PEACE Nov. 11, 1918 — A Letter From Floyd Barnett to Frank Long — Athletic — Daily Chronicle — Letter From John Mabuce — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1918). The Echo 1918-1919. 3.