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The June 8,1920 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Opportunity — Taylor Has Wonderful Recital-Noted Artist of Chicago — Remarkable Addresses Given by Rader the Chemist — Recital by the Academy Expression Club — Echo Staff Recital — Junior-Senior Banquet — Elaborate Public Program Given by Standard Bearers — Taylor Enjoys Splendid Piano Recitals — Dorothy Spalding Recital — Prof. Elton R. Shaw Lectures at Taylor — The House by the Side of the Road — Philalethean-Thalonian Program — Echo Items — Funeral of Japanese Student — Alumni News — Taylor’s Outlook — Calendar — Baseball — Big Gala Day is Impressive — Tennis Tournament — Rescued from the Wastebasket — Women’s Place in Politics — A Prairie Fire — Locals — Standard Bearers Meet — Jokes — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1920). The Echo 1919-1920. 24.