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The January 11, 1919 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Winter Term Opens — Revival Meeting — Student Recital — Meet At Convention — Local Echoes — Locals — Holiday Wedding — Death of Arthur Ayres — Daily Chronicle — Literary Notes — What Should Be the Teacher’s Aim In the School Room? — Religious Forum — Holiness League — Letter from Panama — Our Native Workers’ Institute — Cosmopolitan School — From Basil Osborne — Editorial — Xmas Vacation at T. U. — Holiday Services — Philo Society — My First Missionary Tour — Armenia Symbol of Suffering for Ages — Stag Bellowings — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1919). The Echo 1918-1919. 6.