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The March 27,1929 edition of the Taylor University Echo.

Juniors Fete Class of ’29 – Prof. Wells Returns From Wet South – Palm Sunday Services Led by Elliott – Sixteen New Books Added To Library – Debate Skill Wins Record For T. U. – Graduate of ’28 Gets Recognition in New England – Old Students Await Coming of Dr. Smith – Romeo and Juliet A Great Success – Le Cercle Francais – Choral Society Presents “Crucifixion” Friday – Six Spend Vacation at Asbury College – T. U. Four Look Into Future on Thalo Program – The Easter Meaning – Wake Up, Student Council, W-A-K-E U-P! ! ! – Easter – The Bruised Christ – Easter Thoughts – Memories of Easter – The Path of Life – “This and That” – In Chapel This Week – Campus Notes – “The Brass Teapot” – The Music Box – Rhythm and Labor – Dr. Ayres Recalls C. H. U. Revival – Alumni News – Season’s Prospects in Inter-Society Track Meet – Star Gazing For Fun During Vacation – “Perpetual Student” Dies at Age of 87 – Jokes – Student Administrations – College Campus Cabinets for Spring Term – Religious Organizations

Publication Date

3-23-1929

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

16

Number

23

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo: March 27, 1929

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