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The Study of Religion As An Educational Asset — Dr. Robert Brown, Medical Missionary Visits Taylor University — The Promise of the Father — Miss Edwards Writes of Work in China — We Live — To John Duncan Campbell on His Eightieth Birthday, November 8, 1923 — Eighty Years Ago — November — Taylor Honors J. D. Campbell on 80th Birthday-Other Benefactors Also Honored — Rev. Leo M. Johnson Is Successful Evangelist — December Third! What Does That Mean? — Holiness League — Volunteer Band Report — Prayer Band — Eulogonians — Eureka Debating Club — Soangetaha Debating Club — Philalethean Literary Society — Thalonian Literary Society — Mnankas — Dr. Robert Brown Visits Taylor — Morning Hours — Lecture Recital — Sophomore — Local Echoes — Alumni News — Jokes — Literary Characters — Chronicles — Lyceum Number — Inter-Club Debate — Taylor University Aids W. C. T. U. In Wet and Dry Battle — Athletic — School Days At Thalo Town — What Makes a Real College?
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Taylor University, "The Echo: November 28, 1923" (1923). 1923-1924 (Volume 11). 4.