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The December 3,1925 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Sixty Gain Victory During Holidays — Field Man Speaks in Chapel — Taylor University A Child of Ft. Wayne — The Battle of Argument is On — Thanksgiving At Taylor — Student Volunteers Lead InChapel — News From the Wengatz in Africa — Eureka-Eulogonian Inter-Club Debate — Editorial — Direct Reaping — When George Goes Out — To My Dear Friend — Amaranths — Restaurant Fare — Alumni News — Announcement — Eurekans Have Interesting Debate — Mr. Diaz Lectures on Religion of South America — The Juniors Have A Frolic — Jokes — Basketball News — Thalonian Program — Paget Wilkes Gives Illustrated Lecture — Wilkes Speaks At Holiness League — Young Ladies Bible Class — Precious Promises of God — When Taylorites Meet — The Practical Recital — Local News — Friends Church Notes — The Taylor Calendar — M. E. Church
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