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Large Audience Attends Annual Quartet Contest – Faculty Dames Have St. Patrick Day Tea – History Club Shows Film of Washington – Pogue, Wells Appear in Society Recital – Famous Artist Calls College Girls Ugly – Young Students Seek Silver Medal Honors – Choral Society Offers Cantata On Good Friday – Bishop F. W. Warne Friend Of Taylor U. Passes At Ripe Age – Educational Screen Helps During Recess – Guy Duckwall Added to Business Staff – Dr. A. Shute Speaks of Triumphal Entry – Father of Professor Dies at Upland Home – Seniors Obtain Highest Rating In Echo Contest – Stuart Travels For Interest Of School – Easter at Taylor – A Worthy Goal – Under The Headliners – The Spare Galley – Contemporaries – Dr. Blodgett Writes During Last Illness – Campus Buzz – Inquiring Reporter – The Mail Box – Music School Gives Public Performance – Officers of Organizations for Spring Term – Overtones – Philos Capture Fourth Session By 20-17 Score – Fenstermacher Wins Ping-Pong Contest – Third Men’s Set-to Gives Thalos Lead – Men Reach Tie in Second of Series – Thalo Maidens Take Decisive Game OF Series – Second Game Leaves Thalo Girls in Lead

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Student newspaper, Taylor University


Education | Higher Education

The Echo: March 23, 1932

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