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The November 14,1922 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Our Fall Revival — Dr. L. W. Munhall at Taylor University — Rev. Kurumada — Dr. Munhall’s Introductory — The Book of Books — Professor Lamale’s Recital — Locals — Still Faithful to Taylor — A Foreign Field at Home — Tell Him So — Forget It — Alumni and Former Students — Jokes — The Good Old Days — The Secret of Happiness — The Value and Attainment of Knowledge — Friends Have You? — Chronicles — How is Taylor Coming? — Figure It Out — On the Road to Failure — An Important Question Answered — College Juniors — Freshman Class — Eureka Debating Club — Eulogonian Debating Club — Prayer Band — Volunteer Band — Holiness League — Mnanka — Soangetaha Debating Club — Philalethean — College Sophomores — Standard Bearers — Academy Sophomores — Birthday Party — Student News-Items Association — The Waters Are Troubled
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