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The October 23,1925 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Holiness League — Various State and Class Groups Praying — News From Student Conference — Seniors Have Big Trip — T. U. Fathers Coming — Dr. Paul Gives Third Convention Sermon — Former Pastor Speaks in Sunday Chapel — Rush Days Now Over — Where Were You? — Prof. Draper Leads Prayer Meeting — Quill Club Begins Year’s Activities — New Students Present Program — New Library Books — Gospel Teams in the Field — Code of Laws Is Given My Juniors — Basketball Game “Chicago” Vs. Sickler — Bird House Team Defeats Sickler — A Chance To Improve Your Kodak Pictures (Adv.) — Extemporaneous Speech Contest — Dr. Glasier Discusses the Supreme Aim and Motive of Missions — Mnanka Reception — Soangetahas Entertain New Girls With “A Week At College” — Locals — Eurekans Give Outing To New Men — Taylor Calendar — Eurekans Have Parliamentary Drill
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1925). 1925-1926 (Volume 13). 4.