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Hundred Of T. U. To Meet In Session Tuesday, April 7 – Graduation Recitals Given By Students – University Orchestra Gives Annual Recital In Shreiner Auditor’m – The Educational Screen At Taylor – Gem Staff Wages Advertising Campaign – Calendar Of Events – Basketball Players Receive Awards – Memory of President Revived In Chapel Sunday Afternoon – Rev. Joseph H. Smith To Conduct Lectures During Next Week – Dr. Myron E. Taylor Conducting Revivals In Wheaton Church – Debating Season Termed A Success – Editorial – “The School Of The Prophet” – Intercollegiate Debating (Complete Results For 1930-1931) – Mirrored Thoughts – Officers for Spring Term – “The Peg” On Which To Hang Loose Thoughts – Overtones

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Physics Students Become Famous As Scientists – Gas Fumes Affect 16 Persons In Bus – Orange Lantern Robbed Candy, Money Taken – Attaches Town’s Only Fire Truck – Taylor Hairdresser Sued By Student For Coloring Hair – Dormitory Raided By Government Squads Early Last Night – Dean Lists Rules For All Monitors In Girls Dorm – New Rules Adopted In Faculty meeting To Increase Study – Student Discards Milking Invention – Takes Street Car Out For Joy Ride – Taylor Dining Hall To Serve Lunches Throughout Day – One Hundred Romeos In Jail And Hospital, Woo Same Maiden – Well Known Students Honored By Chemists At Annual Gathering – Spaude and Gilmore Win Furbay Trophy In Ping Pong Series – Motorists’s Alibi Wins Title, Also Court’s Fine – Open House And Athletics – Alumni Latest – Did You See It? – Chatterbox – Student Opinion – A Typical Date

Inquiring Reporter – A Bicycle Tour Of Europe And The British Isles – Thursday Prayer Meetnig – Chatterbox – Notre Dame Mourns Death Of Coach – Committee To Select All-Taylor Team, Meets Today – Final Game Of Round-Robin Played Saturday Aftern’n – New Regulations Of T. U. Post office – Volley Ball Series Gets Under Way

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Taylor University Echo: April 1, 1931