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Bishop Francis Warne Addresses Student Body – John R. Kissinger Tells In Chapel Of Yellow Fever – Literary Societies Hold Annual Contest Monday At 3:00 P.M. – Traditions Smashed By Echo Outing – Choral Soc’y Presents “The Holy City”, Sunday – Junior Music School To Present Recital Friday At 8:00 P.M. – Second “Moving Up” Day TO Be Held In Thursday Chapel – Gem Staff Banqueted In T.U. Dining Hall Last Thursday Night – Annual Artists Recital Given In Shreiner Aud. By Taylor’s Talent – Last Fireside Meeting Held, Campbell Parlors – Early Communion Held Sunday A. M. – Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Paul Entering U. Of Iowa To Continue Studies – Skinner Piano Contest, Shreiner Auditorium Saturday Afternoon – Missionary Bishop Brings Message To Taylorites – Bishop Francis Warne Preaches In Upland Sunday Evening – Kitchen Shower Given Honoring Miss Miller – Editorial – Information About Taylor – Taylor Serves The World With: -- Mirrored Thoughts – Alumni Latest – “The Peg” On Which To Hang Loose Thoughts – Inquiring Reporter – Daily Chapel – Frielers – Overtones – Diary Of An American In England – Last Game Of Thalo-Philo Baseball Series Will Be Played Next Saturday – Juniors Win Interclass Tennis Tournament Second Straight Year – Thalos Look Like Cinch In Society Tennis – A Bicycle Tour Of Europe And The British Isles – Seniors In Charge Of Prayer Meeting – Bishop Warne’s Chapel Messages

Publication Date

6-3-1931

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

18

Number

32

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: June 3, 1931

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