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The March 12,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Deaconess speaks on “Detachment” — Women Organize for Ministerial Development — Taylor Calendar — Prof. Johnson of Asbury Speaks in Holiness League — Taylor Debaters Defeat Asbury Trio — Freshman President Will Take Leave — Coming Events — Eurekans Win In Inter-Club Contest — Eulogonians Banquet on “Briny Deep” — Gospel Team Workers Hold Monthly Meeting — The Greatest Thing — New Health Measure — “Back To Nature” — Editor’s Note — On Intercollegiate Athletics — Bobbed Hair-Neither Pro Nor Con — On Bobbed Hair-Sign of the Age — Ministerial Association — Eurekans Hold Final Triangular Debate — New Prize Established — More Parties — Aristophones Answered — If You Had Been There! — Local News
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