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The January 16,1929 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Local Dramatic Club Achieves a Triumph – Merchant of Venice Complete Success Despite Delay – Ministerial Students Discuss Problems – A. C. Thompson Recounts Trip to Holy Land – Girls Debating Teams Have Bright Outlook – Dean Vandament Tells Of Vacation Tour – C. O. Bush Visits Chemistry Dept. – Dr. Paul Leaves For The South On Annual Vacation – Exclusive Party in Wisconsin – Ranking of Universities In Regard To Employment – Modern Science Utilizes Ordinary Waste Products – Prof. Werkenthin Feted By Classes – The Merchant of Venice – What To Do? – Condolence – Literary Notes – Tea Spoons – On Our Campus – Inquiring Reporter – Bits of Wisdom – Hey! Hey! – Organizations–Debating Clubs – Chapel Attendance Should Not Be Compulsory – Eurekas Vote to Drop “Dead-Wood” Members From Club – Holiness League – Eulogonians Hold Business Session – Miss Guiler Brings Inspiring Message In Prayer Band – Mnanka Debating Club – The Music Box – The Beginnings of Sacred Music in America: Part 1 – “East is East and West is West–Birds Go South, They Know Best” – Taylor University Greenhouses: Another Successful Enterprise – Call Back – Jokes – Learn The Piano In Ten Lessons – In Chapel This Week

Publication Date

1-16-1929

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

16

Number

15

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo: January 16, 1929

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