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The May 17,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.


Ex-Senator Beveridge At Taylor — Sophomores Up For Breakfast? Yes, At Least Once — Can You Spell These Words? — Bishop Taylor Day Contest — What You Don’t Know — Christ in You the Hope of Glory — The Tale of a Tub — Education and Luxuries — Short Directions for Busy People — Contrary to Precedent — Francis Asbury, The Prophet of the Long Road — There Are Smiles — A Day with Nature — Environment — But You Don’t — “In His Steps” — Chronicles — Volunteer Band News — The Eulogonian Debating Club — The Eureka Debating Club — Prayer Band — Standard Bearer Picnic and Program — T. U. Boys Glee Club — Girls Glee Club — Philalethean Literary Society — Soangetaha — Thalo Report — Holiness League — Preaching by Wireless — Eulogonians Win Baseball Series — Philos Defeat Thalos in First Game of Series — Tryouts for Tennis Progressing Fine — Locals — Alumni Notes — Jungle Stories — Spice Box — Taylor University

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