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Wesche, Winters Rival Shilling, Kimbel on Echo – Bishop Wade Reads Church Appointments – Girls Vote to Hold Open House Saturday – Clarence T. Wilson Tells of Situation Under Prohibition – Seniors Choose Dr. Merton Rice To Give Address – Buvard Tells about Lives Worth Living – Merton S. Rice Has Large Crowd Friday – Bishop Gest Senior Membership in Firm – Dr. F. Fisher Lauds Gandhi’s Principles In Friday’s Address – Coldiron, Smith Oppose Shields, Boyd on Annual – Students Enjoy Kid Party with Faculty – A New Literary Society – The Spare Galley – Contemporaries – Inquiring Reporter – Better Stick to Plow – Ode To A Sausage – When I Was Twenty-one – Scene Franklin Gets April Shower in Bed – Church Conference Adjourns at Muncie – Educational Screen Shows Roman Scenes – Campus Buzz – Overtones – The Mail Box – Sports – News And Views In School Sports – Coaches Adopt Rule To Prevent Stalling – Uncle Sam Is Host To Tenth Olympiad – Pigeons Make Home In Gymnasium Gable

Publication Date

4-13-1932

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

19

Number

23

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 13, 1932

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