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The November 21,1924 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Unveiling of Thaddeus C. Reade Monument — Address At The Unveiling of the Thaddeus C. Reade Memorial — In Memoriam — Local News — Chronicles — Alumni Notes — How Well We Are Advertised — The Light of Knowledge — He Rolled the Stone Away — Thalonian Literary Society — Ingenuity — “…and Journalists’ — The Dartmouth Undergraduate Reports on Educational Policy — University of California Glee Club Tours Europe — International Exchange Scholarships — Badger Boosters Meet — Indiana Students — Soangetaha — Mnanka Debating Club — Coming Lyceum Numbers — Prayer Band — Soccer, A New Interest In Taylor Athletics — Danes Laugh At Football — Speedball, A New Sport, Inaugurated — Simplicissimus — No Good — Taylor University
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