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Survey Of Colleges By Professor Furbay Reveals Unique Facts – Open House Announced By Proprietor Of Green-House On May First – Dorothy Kenyon Voted By Students As Most Representative Of Taylor Standards – Wayne County Men’s Chorus To Sing Here During Chapel Sunday – Taylor Girls Win Forensic Tilt – March 8 Is Know As Taylor Day Thru-Out This Section OF State – School Has Weekly Radio Hour During Spring Term – Prof. And Mrs. Wells To Broadcast Over Station WJR, Detroit – Hazen Sparks Voted BY Students As Most Representative OF Taylor Standards – T. U. Organ Responds To Touch Of Master – Special Prayer For Taylor March 20 – Soangetahas Win Interclub Clash And Gain Banner – Taylor Prexy Is Popular Speaker – Last Minute News – Herbert Hoover’s Administration Down To Date – Anita’s Nook – Senior Sponsors – What Is A Gentleman? – “Mrs. Prof.” Speaks – Meant And Comment – Art Exhibits Now Ready – Who’s Who – Spring Feverishness – Read This And Blush – Inklings – Ten Years From Now– – More Or Less Literary – Bones – What Would Happen– – “I’m Only A Senior” But I Believe That: -- President of the Senior Class – What Price Seniority – World News – Cream Of Wit – Love – Health Service – The Mouth – Complicated Relations – I May Be Wrong But: -- Don’ts For Students – Aunt Het – “Blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it” -- Luke 11:28 – An Announcement Of Student Pastorates And Activities – Daily Chapel – M. M. A. Elects Officers – Overtones – Notice Of Services In Upland Churches – Any T. U. Hash? – Echoes Of Week-End Gospel Team Workers – Philo Men Retain Basketball Trophy – Confidence Of The Thalo Girls Rises As They Win Again – Second Team Men To Play Friday – Mr. Bishop Speaks – George Breaden, Missionary Prepares To Continue Mission Work IN Africa – Of Interest To You – Taylor Reader Pleases – Professor Pogue Reads For Literary Societies – “Engaged”

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The Echo: March 4, 1931