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Phidelah Rice Coming April 22 – Taylor University Alumni Gather At Addison, New York – Miss Meloy to Direct Good Friday Musical – Theme of Baseball Used by Eulogs In Annual Banquet – Prof. B. R. Pogue In Great Demand As Commencement Speaker – Who’s Who In The Legal Hundred – Gem and Echo Staffs To Be Elected By Australian Ballot – Founder of Eurekans Addresses Annual Banquet, In Muncie – Cantata “Eastertide” To Be Given Sunday By Choral Society – Dr. Paul Conducts Pre-Easter Service – World’s Greatest Monacter To Read “Peaceful Valley” – First Band Concert Led By Mr. Keyton – Contest Returns To Be Published Soon – Editorial – Student Council Work – Ink Bubbles – Inquiring Reporter – Echo Echoes – Inconsistency – Hoo’s Hoo – Chapel Notes – Chatterbox – Gleanings From Sunday Chapel – Mrs. Howard Leads Thursday Evening Prayer Meeting – Holiness League – Volunteers – Men’s Ministerial Ass’n – “Prayer” Subject of Pailthorp’s Talk in Prayer Band – Le Cercle Francais – Resurrection – Inter-Class Spring Sports – Second Squad Honored By Philo Champions – Notice to Tennis Players -- Tennis–In The Good Old Days, And Now – Ginger Snaps

Publication Date

4-16-1930

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

17

Number

26

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 16, 1930

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