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The December 13,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Rev. W. E. Hogan, “The Highway of Holiness” — Wirt Lowther, A. M., D. D. Comes to Taylor — The Original Inhalers — Taylor Is Visited By Rev. J. H. Nall — The Life Service College — Roper Visits Taylor — Chapel Talk — Mnanka — Alumni Notes — Power of Human Kindness — Dominie Joe’s Practical Faith — The Lack of Leadership — I Know A Name, A Name, A Name — A Word of Regard — This Story Always Good — A Pointed Question — Locals — Wit and Wisdom — The River — At Sunset — Famine Conditions in North India Conference — Public Farwell Service in Honor of Missionary — Adventures of the Book in LA Arena, Panama — Teachei’s Training Class Visits Upland Schools — Statistics Show — The Incarnation — “Phenomena” — Doctrine-Grace — When She Was Around — Chronicle — Are You a True or a False Christian — Patronize Our Advertisers — Why the Spider Was There — Eureka — Soangetahas — Prayer Band — Holines League — Thalos — Eulogian Debating Club — Eulogonians Victors in First Clash — Yet the Man Moved Up — This Day — Jokes — Why Does William Jennings Bryan Recommend Taylor University?
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1921). 1921-1922 (Volume 9). 5.