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Taylor’s Second Term — Shall the Sentinel Be Shot? — Gospel Team Report — Musical Recital — Standard Bearers — Latin Students Entertained — Some of Our Recent Visitors — Greetings! — The Home Days — A Taylorite Making Good in India — A Faithful Worker in the Field — A Dream — Will You Go? — At Christmas — Alumni — Chronicles — Understanding — Is the Bible Inspired? — Berries or Briers? — The Joy of Yuletide — Local Echoes — Academy Sophomores — A Carol — How is it With You? — Christ the Savior is Born — Dreams of Youth — Athletics — Mnanka — Eulogonian — Soangetaha — Philalethean — Prayer Band — Holiness League — Thalonian — The Volunteer Band — Eureka — Jokes — What the Fall Term Spells

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Taylor University Echo: December 26, 1922

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