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The November 13,1925 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Gospel Team Work — Taylor Students Form Gospel Team in Pennsylvania — Have We Considered Seriously? — Fall Revival Gathers Momentum — Dr. Shoemaker Speaks in Chapel — Taylor Graduate Now In Africa — Ex-Service Men Celebrate Armistice Day — Finding Oneself — Alumni News — Mnankas Organize In Two Sections; 44 New Members Received — There’s A Reason — Late Autumn — Young Ladies’ Bible Class Progressing — A Quaint Romance — Soangetahas Initiate New Talent — Holiness League — Fall Revival — Eulogs Continue Speech Contest; Poland Victor — Joint Meeting Held — Friends Church Notes — “Campus Kids” Vs. “Rinkydinks” — Parliamentary Drill — The Taylor Calendar — Locals
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