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The October 29,1926 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Features:

Dr. Shumaker Speaks in Chapel October 27 — Does Modern Press Have Harmful Effect on the Community — Women Preachers Hold Meeting — Industrial Students — First Public Expression Recital Pleases Audience — Old Students Beat New Students By Close Margin — Philo Hay Ride to Be Saturday Night — Owen Speaks At Sunday Chapel — Our Library — Station Thalo Broadcasts Program — Legal Hundred Holds Mid-Year Meeting At Taylor — Debate Gives Cars Right of Way on Campus — Gem Pictures Taken — Is Taylor Slipping — A Good Editor — The President’s Report — Prayer Changes Things — Hit and Miss — Why I Read The Echo — Which College Students Can’t Count? — Morning-Glory Chimes — The Inquiring Reporter — Friends Church Notes — The Freshman Class — The Call of the Wild — Sport Briefs — Remainder of Term to be Especially Good — Quill Club Writes on “The Wind” — Revival Thoughts — Taylor People Visit Ann Arbor — Did You Know That- — Eurekas Start Ball Rolling — Biology Department Gets Microscope

Publication Date

10-29-1926

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

14

Number

6

Keywords

Echo, Taylor University, Upland, campus news, alumni news, advertisements, campus events, campus speakers, student life, chapel, faculty news, student news, campus news, student organizations, literary societies, Philalethean Literary Society, Thalonian Literary Society, athletics, intramural sports, debate clubs, Soangetaha Debate Club, Mnanka Debate Club, Eulogonian Debate Club, Eureka Debate Club, Prayer Band, Holiness League, Student Volunteer Band, Gospel Teams, Ministerial Association, politics, culture, missions, missionaries, inter-club debates, intercollegiate debates, debates, current events, evangelism

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo

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