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Rev. C. W. Ruth Begins Special Meetings — Bolshevism Rank, Says Chapel Speaker — Four P’s, Peace, Partnership, Presence, Prayer — The Taylor Calendar — Taylor Debating Schedule With Two Climactic Victories — Hunt Speaks on “Suffering of Christ” — Philoletheans Hold Annual Stunt Night — Orchestra Program Coming — Thalos Again Score Two Victories — Pogue On Perfection of Holiness — Campus Idealism — Taylor Graduate Becomes Prominent — M. E. Church — Soangetahas Elect Miss Ruby Dare — Credit to Whom Credit is Due — Let’s Play Square — “Flop Flop” — “The Sonata Allegro” — A Lost Ship — Holiness League — The “Horse Hide” In Action — Bailey Succeeds Taber In Eureka Presidency — Mnankas Hold Extemporaneous Debate — Eulogonian Debating Club — Dean Speaks on Importance of Prayer — Thalo Election of Officers — Stars Play Close Game — Preachers Practice — Mr. Wells, New President of Prayer Band — Local News

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The Echo: March 26, 1926

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