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Delegates to Conference Report In Chapel — Taylors Close Revival Campaign — Rinebarger Speaks in Chapel — Eleven New Students Added To Enrollment — “The Messiah” A Great Success — Eurekans Win Final Game and Series — At The Volunteers — Upland Revival Now Going Forward — In The Chapel — Editorial — Effective Praying — Alumni News — Gospel Team Work — Wedding Party At The Dining Hall — President Paul Holds Symposium — Eulogs Have Thrilling Business Session — Prof Jones Entertains Her Students — Limitation of Extra-Activities — Church Consolidation Discussed — Taylor’s Location in Question — The Taylor Calendar — Friends Church Notes — Local News

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The Echo: January 15, 1926

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