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The May 14,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Dr. Paul Speaks on “Truth” — Shilling Unanimously Elected Editor — The Taylor Calendar — Thalos Feature All Star Comedy — The Personal Method in Evangelism — Who’s Who In the Senior Class — Personality Versus Things — Miss Hawkings Reads “Little Lord Fauntleroy” — Converted Jew Coming To Taylor — Slater Speaks of Missionary Need — Philos Win First Baseball Clash — Miss Chamberlain Wins Oratorical — Student Leadership — Editor’s Note — The Student Council — Ministerial Association — Soangetahas Discuss Immigration Problem — At The Volunteers — The Volstead Act Should Be Modified — Local News — Proposed Gem Staff For 1927 — Alumni News
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1926). The Echo 1925-1926. 28.