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The October 2,1925 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Student Body Shows 50 Per Cent Increase — Literary Societies Give A Reception For New Students and Faculty — Spiritual Temperature of Student Body High — First Holiness League Reports Victories — Holiness Essential To Foreign Mission Work — New Faculty Members Are Introduced — School Opening Finds Many Changes on Taylor Campus — Joint Program A Hit — Mr. Miller Is Honored — Brother Elmer Robinson Speaks in Chapel — Editorial — The Love That Lifts The Latch — Class Roll of ’25 — Prof. Blodget Urges Use of Correct English — President Greets Student Volunteers — She Walked-And Was Not — Music Department Shows Boom — Senior Class Organized — Soangetahas Win Footrace — Dr. Morrison Speaks — New Faculty Members Are Introduced — School Opening Finds Many Changes on Campus of Taylor — Victory in the Prayer Band — Birthday Party — Ministerial Association Holds First Meeting — Junior Class Organized — Gospel Team Work — Dean Saucier Meets Dormitory Boys — Interesting Events of Vacation Time — Shilling New Philo President — The Christian Service Training Class — Taylor Initiates “Big Sister” Campaign — Old Students Win In Baseball — Thalo Committee Selected — The Taylor Calendar
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