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The June 7,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Percy Boat Gives Recital — Junior Senior Reception — Memorial Day Program — Eureka Eulogonian Inter-Club Debate — Junior-Senior Reception — The Seniors Have A Good Time — Locals — Development of the Concept of Spirituality — Student Life — Second Hand Goods — Philos Take Spring Term Baseball Series — Taylor University Field Meet — The Eulogonians — The Student Volunteer Band — The Freshman Picnic — The Confederation of Clubs The Soangetaha Debating Club — Prayer Band — Chronicles — The Work of Americanization — “Great Salvation” — Alone in the Field — A Mother’s Reverie — Joint Program of Sophomores and Freshmen — Wise and Otherwise — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1921). The Echo 1920-1921. 17.