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Taylor Delegation Again in Fort Wayne — Superintendent Bridge Speaks to Students — Heidelberg Debators Visit Taylor — Student Volunteer Movement and World Missions — Sunday Chapel in Charge of Dr. Ayres — Saturday the Big Day for Conference — Dean Southard Gives Climatic Address of Convention — President Leedy Has Part in Convention — Volunteer Convention Retrospect — Superintendent Bridge Speaks to Students — Prof Moon Addresses Student Volunteers — Sunday Morning Convention Services — Miss Nickel Speaks to Volunteers — Convention Curio Exhibit — Sophomores Hold Party — Gospel Workers Have Fruitful Week — Ministerial Association — Taylor Receives Another Recognition — The Taylor Calendar — Alumni News — At the Holiness League

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The Echo: February 26, 1926

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