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Evangelistic Convention At Taylor Beings June 4 — Memorial Day Observed At Taylor — Mr. Harris Outlines The Dispensations — Conversion and Restoration of the Jews — Who’s Who in the Senior Class — Mr. Beane Gives Graduation Recital — Juniors Give Annual Reception for Seniors — Crescent Quartette Wins Contest — Thalonian Track Men Defeat Philaletheans 64-43 Philo Sluggers Take Third Game — Dare To Be Different — Slogan Contest — Miss Dorothy Spalding’s Recital In Piano — Philos Present Pianist — A Musical Chapel Service — Miss Mabel F. Landon In Recital — Frosh Triumph Over Dignitaries — Eureka-Eulogonian Interclub Debate — Dr. Paul Entertains Seniors At Breakfast — How To Make Good — Taylor’s Professor Honored — Alumni News — Local News

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Upland, IN






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The Echo: June 4, 1926

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