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The October 9,1925 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Student Rolls Increases Almost One Hundred— Seniors On the Job — First Philo Program Is Big Success — Sunday School Classes At the College — Taylor Lyceum Course — Thalos Delight Both Eye and Ear — Dr. Elizabeth Hamilton Munsey Speaks in Chapel — Dean of Women Speaks — Truth — Improvements Made in the Library — Athletic Association Well Underway — Sammy Defeats Sickler — Gospel Team Leads Services — Swallow Robin Boys Hold First Meting — Debaters Begin Work — Class Roll of ’25 — New Officers For the Year — Taylor University Choral Society — First Philo Program is Big Success — Dean of Women Speaks — Student Roll Increases Almost On Hundred — Gem Cutting Process is Under Way — Taylor Graduate National Delegate — Badger Boosters Elect Officers — Dean Saucier With the Boys Again — Freshman Class Organized — Eulogonians Hold Their First Meeting — Revival Spirit in Holiness League — Eurekan’s First Debate — Sophomore Class Holds Election — Mnankas Do Things — Pennsylvania Students Becoming Active — Something New — Will College Graduates Make Good Wives — The Taylor Calendar
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1925). 1925-1926 (Volume 13). 2.