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The May 26,1920 edition of the Taylor University Echo.


Taylor Song — The Proper Alumni Attitude — The Ft. Wayne Alumni — M. E. Bishop Forced to Work Passage Home — The Aftermath of the War-Reconstruction — Taylor’s Superior Religious Organization — Taylor Men Lead National I. P. A. In World Movement — Opinons of a Soangethan Alumni — The Eulogonian Debating Club-An Asset or A Liability? — Reminiscences of A Loyal Philo — It Can Be Done — Thank Offering Service of W. F. M. S. — Alumni Notes — Old Taylor Student Has Big Church in Va. — Newsy Letter from Duncan — Celebrated Pageant at Taylor University — The Song of the Gypsy — Locals — Taylor Students Announce Engagement — Jokes — Taylor University

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