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College Conference Sounds Religious Note — Browning Talks in Young Ladies’ Sunday School Class— Browning Speaks On Christ’s Second Coming — Revival Has Victorious Close — Receiving Christ — Taylor Represented in Three Conventions in Detroit — The Browns in Africa — Gospel Team To Hold Two Weeks Campaign — A Spiritual Vision — Song of the Mountain Preacher — Ministerial Association — Promises “T. P.” — Talks on Debating — Does Paul Always Obey? — Expression Department Gives First Practice — Eulogonians Hold Debating Symposium — Preparing Material — Local News — What Phase of Debate is Most Important? — M. E. Church Announcements — The Taylor Calendar

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The Echo: November 20, 1925

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