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Taylor “Spirit” Unchanged — Campus Changes — The Office — In the Dining Hall — Our New President — Students Given Reception at Methodist Church — The Two Sisters Reception — Mrs. Elizabeth Pooler Rice Reads “Friend Hananh” — Total Enrollment Now Reaches 330 — Radergrams — In Life Service — College Seniors of Last Year — Alumni News — Jokes — At Eulogonian Picnic — Editorial — Taylor U. — Chronicle — Canaries Get Their Names from Dogs — Why Did You Come to Taylor For Your Education? — Locals — A Dozen “Rolling Shots” — Athletics — Tennis — Taylor University Holiness League — The Prayer Band — Eureka — Why the Eulogonian Debating Club? — Philalethean Literary Society — Thalonian Literary Society — Volunteer Band — Taylor University School of Music

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Taylor University Echo: October 11, 1921



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