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The February 29,1928 "Senior Class Presents Contest edition" of the Taylor University Echo.

African Tells of Thinking Youth – Taylor Inaugurates Music Classes – Taylor Men Debaters Divide with Manchester – Indiana Volunteers Convene at Franklin College – Professor Pogue Preaches in Sunday Chapel – Remember Rice for Wednesday – Many Music Recitals Coming – “The Four Paths” In Prayer Band – Dining Hall Celebrates Washington’s Birthday – Professor Wells Speaks to Young Ministers – Clark and Masa to Speak at Missionary Conference – Contest Features Music of Merit – Miss Gray Addresses Women Preachers – The Ethics of the Royden Affair – Miss Cline Writes from Washington – A Woman’s Last Word – Chapel Briefs – Delegates Give Reports of Convention – B. B. Shots with Irish Wit – Miss Richards Leads Prayer Meeting – Holiness League Hears Professor Pogue – Senior Acts and Actors – A New Organ at Taylor – Senior Party Inspires Hoosier Poet – Excerpts From “The Life of Sammy Morris” – Why An Organ For Taylor? – Letter of Approbation – What Taylor Has Meant to Dr. M. J. Hill – George Stoddard Writes from France – Eurekans Hold Parliamentary Drill – New Hoods in Chemistry Lab – Mnankas Debate Hair Dressing – Miss Miller Gives Children’s Recital – One On The Joke Editor – Eulogonians Debate “Al” Smith – Soangetaha Entertainment Postponed

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Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (February 29, 1928)



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