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The January 11,1928 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Dr. Wray Indicts Student Convention – A Joyous Vacation On T. U. Campus – Noted Pianist to Visit Taylor – Old Upland Resident Passes Away – How We Progress – Junior Class Hardtime Party – Revival Meeting at M. E. Church Started – Another Organization? – Delegates Give Enthusiastic Report – Comment Of The Day – A Work Worth Of Our Support – Did You Know That– – An Open Letter – Open Forum – Taylor Has Beautiful Christmas – Holiday Blues Banished From Campus – Courtesy Corner – Social Privileges Question Debated – The Importance of Music to the World – English Department has Conference Rooms – Journalism Class To Write History of T.U. – Robert Clark Addresses Volunteer Band – Father of Frances Thomas To Give Radio Lectures From Chicago – Debaters for Inter-Club Bout Selected -- Jackson–New President Speaks at Ministerial Assn. – Eulogs Participate in Parliamentary Drill – Holiness League has Old Fashioned Love Feast – Echo Contest To Be Concluded – Prunes and Prisms – Mnankas Decide on Inter-Club Debaters – Literary Gleanings – A Treatise on Health

Publication Date

1-11-1928

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

15

Number

14

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (January 11, 1928)

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