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The January 4,1927 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Revival Begins at M. E. Church – Dr. W. G. Nixon, Former Legal Hundred Head Dies – Taylor Students in Auto Crash – Group Returns from Milwaukee Conference – Taylor Beats Wittenberg at Taylor – H. T. Blodgett Ill – Noted Lecturer To Be at Taylor January 10 – Beauty Contest Sponsored By The Echo – Former Taylor Debater Making Good as Coach – Legal Hundred Member Dies – Holiness League Holds New Years Watch – Mnankas Elected New Officers – Bishop Berry To Speak In Chapel January 4th – Secretary of Ft. Wayne Alumni Dies – Soangetahas Elect Officers – Hit And Miss – New Year’s Resolutions We Have Heard – 24 Years Ago at Taylor – Senior Class to Present Shakespearian Work – The Inquiring Reporter – The Vacation at Taylor – We Beg Your Pardon – Prayer Band Reorganized for Winter Term – Editorial – “Strange Are The Ways Of The Lord” – Poured Out Of A Mould – Appreciation – What is Becoming Of The Literary Societies? – Eurekans Hold Final Term Meeting – Eulogs To Form Legislature – World News – A Dreamer’s Harvest – Student Council Asks for Time Extension Saturday Evenings – Owen Speaks in Chapel Sunday – Open House on the Campus New Years Day – Thalos Beat Philos – Open Form Discussion – Criticism – T. U. Modernism – Did You Know That– – That’s Different – Ballad of Luck – Taylor Boys Arrested in Michigan

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Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (January 4, 1927)



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