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The January 22,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Rinebarger Delivers Great Message In Sunday Chapel — Doings of the Seniors — Pogue Brings Message To Prospective Ministers — Revival Radiograms — Glad Hand Given The Taylor Choral Society — Murphree Relates His Experiences in Africa — Upland Revival Becomes Soul-Winning Time — Dr. Paul Returns From Eastern Trip — Editorial — Lamentations of a Host — “The New Birth” — On Customers — More About Jane — Alumni News — At The Holiness League — Eulogs Have Parliamentary Drill — Eurekans Deate Divorce Question — Mnankas Do Business — Gospel Team Work — Personals — Taylor Calendar — Friends Church Notes
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1926). The Echo 1925-1926. 15.