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The April 9,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
“Jesus Reigns” Is Easter Message — Easter At Taylor — Those Busy Juniors — The Taylor Calendar — Mnankas Banquet At Easter Season — “The Crucifixion” — Whom Do We Appreciate — The School of Prophets — Philos Give Impressive Easter Program — Rev. M. Oliver In Chapel — A Greater School Paper — Why All Right Thinking People in America Should Fight the Cigarette — Open Forum discussion — Thank You — A Hymn For Good-Friday — Easter Sonnet — Weavers For God — Mnankas Win Inter-Club Debate — Capitalizing Our Experience To Build Sermons — Prayer Band — Beauty From the Filipino Viewpoint — At The Volunteers — Holiness League — Two-Week Campaign Conducted In Ohio — Farewell Party — Friends Church Notes — Local News — On Board The Steamer “Ryndam”
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