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The January 11,1927 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

D. T. Curtin Lectures – Bishop Berry Preaches Opening Day Sermon – Business Manager of Echo Visits Governor of New York State – Internationally Known Lecturer Spoke Last Night – Revival in M. E. Church Progressing – Taylor Engages in Forensic Dual – Memorial Service for Taylor Students – Euloginian Legislature Meets – Beauty Contest Rules – Eurekas, Eulogs Decide Inter-Club Debate Night – Eurekas Hold Parliamentary Drill – Second Taylor Student Dies as Result of Accident – Gospel Team Work – Mnankas Debate Refund of Tax Surplus – Prof. Jones Entertains Greek and Latin Students – Hit and Miss – Editorial – Our Missionaries – Why An Editorial? – Hold Florida Fruit Men on Fraud Charge – Dr. Shoemaker Leads Monday Chapel – Sport Briefs – Rev. C. P. Manker Preaches Sunday Morning – Former Taylor Students Wed – Former Taylor Grads Take Tests for Navy Internship – Taylor---Missionary School – Missionaries from Taylor Tell of Hardships and Joys in Africa – Taylor’s Alumni Encircle the Globe in the Service of Christ – Bishop William Taylor, Namesake of Taylor University, Greatest Modern Missionary – Taylor Graduate Becomes Editor – Taylor Men and Women on the Mission Field – Soangetahas Hold Parliamentary Drill – World News

Publication Date

1-11-1927

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

14

Number

13

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (January 11, 1927)

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