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The November 22,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Bryan Says He Has Separated From Politics — Armistice Day — Master Musician At Taylor University — Sacred Concert at Taylor University Sunday Afternoon, November 13th — Marion College Organizes Holiness League — Theology At Taylor Not Dry — Mr. And Mrs. Cadle Visit T. U. — Alumni News — Mrs. Margaret Nannette Taylor — A Beautiful Life — Locals — Taylor Organizes Gospel Teams — Japan — A Great Thanksgiving Day — Gospel Team Goes to Marion — Dr. Westlake Talks to Young Converts — Thanksgiving and Honor Be to Our God — Chronicle — Only One Mother — Never Grumble, Shall We Impeach Christ’s Word? — The Observations Classes Visit the Hartford City Public Schools — One Reason — Holiness League — Prayer Band — College Sophomore Class — Standard Bearers — Soangetaha Report — Eureka — Eulogonian Debating Club — Thalonian Literary Society — Basketball — Luck — Jokes — Taylor University
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