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The February 19,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Preparations for Convention Complete — Student Volunteers and The Coming Convention — The Taylor Calendar — Dean of Women Speaks on Neighborly Attitude — Thalos Stage Comeback in Third Game — Dr. Hancher Visits Taylor — Gospel Team Work — “Lady Valentine” Visits Taylor University — Taylor Loses Two Decisions To Butler — Other Clubs Entertained by Mnankas — Volunteer Convention Welcome — Criticism — Notice! — Bishop Taylor Contest — Ten Marks of An Educated Man — Alumni Notes — Meeting Requirements — To A Lark — To James Whitcomb Riley — Jane — Mrs. Haug Speaks At the Holiness League — Manning Speaks to Ministerial Association — Juniors Have Valentine Party — Library Column — “Miss Valentine” Visits The Class of ’29 — The Deans Speak in Separate Chapels — Local News — Prayer Band
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1926). 1925-1926 (Volume 13). 19.