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The June 13,1928 "Commencement edition" of the Taylor University Echo.

Dr. Macartney To Be Commencement Orator – Seniors Present Organ to Taylor – Dr. William Huff and Dr. Morrison Provide Strong Convention Program – Dr. William H. Huff’s Morning Messages – Organ Recital Given By Miss Bothwell – Strong Evangelistic Note to Evening Services – Bishop Oldham Delivers Commencement Address – William Hawkes President of Holiness League – Mrs. Atkinson Leads Holiness League – Epigrams from Dr. Huff – 30 Seniors to Receive Degrees – Legal Hundred and Alumni Take Charge – Dr. Paul Entertains Legal Hundred – Seniors Hold Farewell Meeting – Over Two Hundred Dollars Raised For New Organ at Recital – Jeanette Groff Wins Piano Contest – Mr. Davidson Wins Preacher Contest – Two Post-Graduates To Receive Masters Degrees; Honorary Titles To Be Conferred – Literary Contest Thalonian-Philalethean – Forward – Welcome to Our Visitors – BoZo SeZ: -- Dr. Vayhinger Speaks at Holiness League – Sally’s Weekly Chapel Letter – To Put Taylor On A Cash Basis – Seniors Entertained at Home of Mary Leisure – Temptation of Jesus – Thalos Take 1928 Baseball Series – Wesche President Eurekas – Class of 1927 Gets Together – Treasurer of Athletic Ass’n Resigns Position – Mnankas – Uncle Peter’s Epitaph – Tennis Tournament in Full Swing – Philos Win Tennis Tournament – Philos Elect Officers – Ruth Flood’s Recital – T. U. Band Gives Open Air Concert – Work of High Quality Displayed at Exhibit of Home Economics Department – Mrs. Shilling Has Beautiful Art Exhibit – Prayer Meeting – Volunteers

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo (June 13, 1928)



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