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Dr. Taylor Speaks in Sunday Chapel — Dr. Paul in the Field — Waggoner Makes Hit — Gospel Team Work — Taylor University In Student Conference — Prayer Necessary Says Rev. Turley — Intercollegiate Debating Is Under Way — Unusual Activity on Rush Day — Dr. Ayres Gives The Chapel Talk — Editorial — The Main Line — Taylor In 1901-1905 — On Crackers and Jelly — The Eurekan Debating Club — Men’s Bible Class Growing — All Enjoy Philo Program — Professor Pogue Has Busy Week — Michigan Colors Fly — Badgers Give Their First Dinner Party — Eating Vs. Sleeping — In Our New Dormitory — “God Bless China” — Ohio Students Organize — They Taylor Band — News of the W. C. T. U. — “Pray Through” Is Motto of Prayer Band — Arbitrary S. P.’s Or Voluntary-Which? — Holiness League Holds Edifying Meeting — Sickler Vs. Sammy — The Taylor Calendar — Locals

Publication Date

10-16-1925

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

13

Number

3

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Education | Higher Education

The Echo: October 16, 1925

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