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The March 15,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Expression Department Gives Recital — Taylor Students Honored — President Vayhinger Resigns — The Cabinet Prospects — M. E. S. S. Team Win From All Taylor Team — Local Notes — Unity with Diversity — Notice — Should Taylor Be Made a Community Center? — Taylor University as a Social and Welfare Center — The Blessing of Laughter — Not Such a Large Place — Senate Locals — Volunteer Band — Philalethean Literary Society — Eulogonian News — Our Most Valuable Possession — Eureka Debating Club — The Prayer Band — A Wonderful World — Skimmed Milk — The Manly Man — Chronicle — Alumni Notes — The Ginger Jar — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1921). 1920-1921 (Volume 8). 12.