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The March 28,1922 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Submission and Rest — Co-Ed Number Next! — “The Bird Man.” — L. L. Picket, of Wilmore, Ky., Visits Taylor University — Scrupulosity and Fun — Department of Vocal Music — Speicher Party — Illustrated Lecture on Alaska — Sleighride and Supper “Without the Sleighride” — Recital — The Simple Life — North Indiana Conference to Meet April 5-10 — Alumni News — Infinite Love — Locals — Character - The Enduring Treasure — “The Banister’s Wildcats” — Patronize Our Advertisers — The Fruit of Intercession — Chronicle — A Poem on ‘Bones.” — Soangetaha Report — Eureka Report — Eulogonian — Holiness League — Prayer Band — The Philos — Thalonian Literary Society — Spring — To Develop Strong Minds — Jokes — Two Blessed Books
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