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Soangetaha Wins Inter-Club Debate — Bulgin Party Visits Taylor University —Dr. And Mrs. Paul Entertain Students and Friends Again — Former Taylor Student Receives Prominent Position — A Christmas Cantata — M. E. Church Notes — Eulogonian-Eurekan Inter-Club Debate — Lot Party — That We May Keep On Good Terms With The Dictionary — On Thanksgiving Day — Huff Makes Appeal For A Continent — A God-Sent Revival — Prayer — The Students Moan — The Athlete’s Sob — Prayer Band — Holiness League — Volunteer Band — Philalethean Literary Society — Soangetaha Debating Club — Eureka Debating Club — Mnanka Debating Club — Cosmopolitan Club — The Situation — One Little Hour — The Women of Chaucer’s Prologue — Local Echoes — College Students And the Red Cross — The Four Years of College Life — Jokes — Law Of the Lark’s Song — Only Today — Chronicles — Chem. I vs Chem II — The Eulog-Eureka Series Is Tied — Some Facts About Taylor University
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Taylor University, "The Echo: December 12, 1923" (1923). 1923-1924 (Volume 11). 5.