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The Call of the Christian — Improvements at Taylor — Roy Ellinghouse Visits Taylor — The Student Volunteer Convention — Sleigh Parties — Dining Hall Events — A Nation Wide Funeral — Student Volunteer Convention Thoughts — $10,000 In Cash Prizes — Locals — Alumni Notes — Robert McCutchen Writes — Death of Mrs. Westlake — A Greater Taylor — Philos Cop Fast Net Affair From Thalos — Eulogonians Swamp Eurekans in Championship Contest 33 to 17 — Daily Chronicle — Ye Towne Philosopher — I. P. A. Report — The Academy Sophomore Class — Eureka Debating Club — Philalethean Literary Society — Prayer Band — Student Volunteer Band — Junior College — Expression Club — Standard Bearers — Simplicissimus — The Contented Patient — Attention!

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Taylor University Echo: January 27, 1920

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