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The December 27,1921 edition of the Taylor University Echo.


Christmas Greetings — Honor to Whom Honor is Due — State Teacher-Training Director Speaks at Chapel — Dedication of the New Heating Plant — Agricultural Course — Faith — The Black Cat — A Bit of Christmas — A Christmas Thought — Saving Time — Locals — Alumni News — Life Service — W. C. T. U. Work in Malacca — Help the Helpless — Where it Costs to Be Christ’s — If We Confess — Prayer — Heart Hunger Satisfied — Revival Meeting — Which Are You? — Ode to Beaucoup — Notice! — “Christmastide” — Chronicle — Mrs. Lulu Loveland Shepard — Christmas Time — The Indians’ Twenty-Third Psalm — Christmas-And Gifts — The precious Blood — Holiness League — Philos — Eureka — Thalonian Literary Society — Eulogonian Debating Club — Soangetaha Report — In the Boat — Prayer Band — First Game Big Philo-Thalo Series — A Royal Entertainment — Jokes — Taylor University

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