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The January 24,1922 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Evangelistic Campaign Will Begin Jan. 26th — International Banquet at Sammy Morris — New Union M. E. Church Is Dedicated — Sterling Quartet — Mr. Reed Visits Chapel — Jay County Campaign — Fisher Talks on Americanism — Who Can Sing? — Eradication vs. Suppression in Sanctification — A Dozen Rolling Shots — Caesar Was Stingy — Grandfather’s Doctor — A Play on Nomenclature — Alumni News — A Word from Our North Dakota Friends — Babies for the Beasts — Compassion Compels — Hard for Girls in Burma to Become Christians — Signs of the Time in Moslem Lands — David Livingstone — Radergrams — The Good Teacher — Card of Thanks — Editorial Comment — Relaxing — Chronicle — Joy Stephenson Married — Locals — Winter Night — The Little Spoilers — Exchanges — The Cruel Modern Mother — Thalos Victors in Second Clash — Philo Seconds Win From Thalo Seconds — Business is Business — Of Course It Is — Thalonian — Philos — Eurekas — Eulogonians — Soangetaha Report — The Holiness League — Prayer Band — Revised by Little Bobbie — Taylor University
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