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The April 19,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Taylor’s Interest in M. E. Conference Appointments — Barrett Comes Back to Upland — Taylor University Banquet At Elwood — Report of Boston Taylor Banquet — Commercial Club Gives Dinner — Dr. James M. Taylor Accepts Presidency of Taylor — Work — The Relation of Neo-Platonism to Christianity — I Can — Simplicity of the Gospel — Taylor Hears Lecture by Chinaman — The Fighting Parson — Thots From Prof. Wray’s Chapel Talk on Ideals — Chronicles — Our Responsibility — Jokes — Locals — Senate Bulletin — Thalonian Literary Society — Prayer Band — The Eulogonian Debating Club — “Hen Pecked Henrys” Win Again — The Soangetaha Debating Club — Volunteer News — Eureka Debating Club — The Eulogonian Banquet — Standard Bearers — Recipe For a Flunk — Philalethean Literary Society — Holiness League — Will We or Will We Not — The Functioning of the Tennis Courts — On the Diamond — Alumni Notes — News From Cora Fales — The Ginger Jar — Taylor University
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