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The January 4,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Selected — Students Are Entertained in Royal Fashion — Students’ Day at Chapel — Gave Reception for Westlakes — Sermon by Rev. Miller — Read Once a Week — A Letter From Burma — At Harvest Time — The Sky Pilot — My Country and Her Call — Study — The New Dispensary in Mexico City — Three Looks — “Into All the World” — Chronicle — Destructive Fires and Their Prevention — The Religions of the World — Locals — Alumni Items — Does China Challenge? — Ticklers — The Spice O’ Life — Locals — Taylor University
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1921). 1920-1921 (Volume 8). 7.