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The February 22,1928 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Fifty Dollars Given In Prizes – Gertrude Jackson Wins In Bookstore Contest – Clark Presents Coming Student Volunteer Convention – Soangetahas to be Hostesses to the Other Clubs – Thalo Girls Win By One Point – Christian Integrity, Subject of Dr. Ayres Talk Friday Evening – Agricultural Class Makes Call Upon Mrs. Moo-Cow Moo – Plans Completed For Great Convention, Franklin, Ind. – Prof. Kauffman Gives Review of “Elmer Gantrey” In Chapel, Friday – Too Many Students in College--Decision Of Inter-club Battle – Dr. Hill Brings Interesting Chapel Message – George Washington Party To Be Held Wednesday Evening, February 22 – Seniors Present Programs In Ft. Wayne Churches, Sunday – Prayer Band – Sunday Audience Hears of The Power of God – Thalo Orchestra Makes Great Hit – National Sec. Holiness Ass’n Speaks In Chapel – Internationally Known Reader Coming Soon – On Great Men – “The Revival” – Glimpses of Washington’s Character – Are You To blame? – Dressing Up The Books – A Letter To The Girls – Alumni Doings – Surprise Birthday Party – Inquiring Reporter – Courtesy Corner – Volunteer Band – Embarrassing Absentmindedness – Beitler Completes Photography For 1928 Gem – Eulogonian Debating Club – Literary Gleanings – Students Speak At Ministerial Association – Prof. Werkenthin Is Here – My Boat and My Belle And Me – Gamma Epsilon Sick Committee To Call On Sick People of the Community – Should Skirts Be Lengthened To The Ankles – Campus Cuttings – Prayer Meeting – Meditations By The Editor – Prunes and Prisms – At Dinner
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo (February 22, 1928)" (1928). 1927-1928 (Volume 15). 20.