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The February 14,1922 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Official Statement Regarding Changes At Taylor — The Taylor University School of Expression — Henderson Pellets — Day of Prayer — Revival in Upland — Auntie Spinster’s Romance — To Cook a Husband — Chapel Service, Feb. 3, 1922 — Chronicle — The Missionary Plea — The Missionars Begins — A Bible Woman and An Earthquake — Locals — The Voyage of the Good Ship Eulogonian — The Situation — The Old Organ — Alumni News — Rev. T. C. Henderson’s Chapel Talk Feb. 7 — Philos Swamped in the Third Game — Taylor Representative Gets Second Prize — Men’s Glee Club — The Thalonian Literary Society — Prayer Band — Eureka Report — Soangetaha Report — Eulogonians — Student Volunteer — The Mnankas
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