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The March 5,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Coming Oratorical Contests Announced — President Paul Speaks on “The Four Horses of the Apocalypse” — Cramer in Chapel Mar. 3 — Dr. Evans Lectures on “Caesar in Gaul” — Thalos Score Two Victories From Philos — Thalo Boxers Meet in Program — The Taylor Calendar — Local Pastor Announces District Conference — Lunch Room Opened On Campus — Soangetahas Hold Annual Banquet — Volunteers Make Stanley Jones “Christ of Indian Road”, Subject for Discussion — To the Alumni — Heart Transformation — Bobbed Hair — “Show Your Colors” — Momentary Glimpses of the Javanese — “Friendship” Theme of Soangetaha Banquet — Asbury Debating Team Meets Taylor Friday — Mnankas Elect Officers — Dean Southard Speaks in Holiness League — Will Huff in Central America — Foreign Students Go To Mexico — Ministerial Association — Junior Recital of the School of Music — Mrs. Lola Ayres Given Birthday Surprise — Anther Surprise — History — Alumni Notes — Local News
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1926). 1925-1926 (Volume 13). 21.