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Societies Divide Double-Header – Martindale Wins Echo Mail Contest – Methodist Triumph Over Taylor – Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rescued From Cremation – Snell Leads Holiness League Friday Evening – Taylor Men To Sojourn In Wisconsin Building – Miss Brown Leads Prayer Band – Etiquette Contest Held At Dining Hall – Prof. Howard Leads Sunday Chapel – Dr. Paul Commends Coolidge Program – Music Department to Give Grieg Program – Students Return From Convention – Dr. Ayres Leads Thurs. Devotions – Soangetaha Club Has Etiquette Talk – Two Debates To Be Held This Week – Hit And Miss – World News – The Inquiring Reporter – Editorial – The Fountain of Courtesy – The Highest Christian Standards – Open Forum Discussion – All Scout Students Please Copy – S M I L E – Mnankas Hold Extemporaneous Debate – This Week In Chapel – Prof. Blodgett Visits Chapel – Party Leaders Chosen at Eulog Legislature – Did You Know That– – Eurekans Hold Winter Term Inter-Section Contest – All Spice – LOST – Women Preachers Meet

Publication Date

2-8-1927

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

14

Number

17

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: February 8, 1927

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