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The April 2,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Importance of Sanctification — Orchestra Concert — Key Thoughts — Dr. Paul in Chicago — Evangelist Ruth Helps Many — Gospel Teams Bring Good Reports — “The Crucifixion” — Magee Dining Hall — New Students Enter for Spring Term — Senior Table Inaugurated — Alumni News — The Last Lap — Communion — The Idiosyncracy of Jane Jacobinski Was To Love Every Fellow The Same — Did You Pray? — A Need For Student Government — Honor To Whom Honor is Due — Football for Taylor — Jesus — With The Eurekas — Mnanka Debating Club — Soangetahas — Prayer Band — Men of Three Halls Being Term With Meetings — Eulogs Orate — The Minister His Own Evangelist — Silver Medal Contest — Pastor’s Easter Greeting Friends Church Notes — Local News
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