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Taylor To Act As Convention Host Next Nov.—Thompson Returns To Work In India – A New Record – Bad Weather Lowers Number Of Visitors – Many Frosh Enjoy First Class Party – 1933 Corn Show Convenes Here – Pogue Interviewed On Radio Program – Many Persons Enter Competitive Event – Rev. Ketchum Gives Illustrated Lecture – Haddock Speaks On Youth And Church – Eurekan’s Gain Coveted Trophy In Fine Clash – Mrs. Elliott Speaks About Peru Missions – Labor Versus College – Always The Truth – Star Dust – Troubles or Blessings – News Tid-Bits – A Selected Shelf – Asbury Theologian Speaks in Chapel – Chapel Notes – Testimonies Given In Holiness Group – Dr. Nystrom Speaks On Good Samaritan – Prof. Steucke Tries Balance Experiments – What Do-U-Know – Clinic Hours – Campussnooze – Sports – Philo-Thalo Managers Give Final Statements for Game – Successful Trapper Seeks Student Aid – University Co-eds Purchase for Cash – Barnum Speaks On Mission Movement – Echo Will Publish Scientists’ Story – Southwestern Men Budget Food Cost – Prohibition Has Been Beneficial

Publication Date

1-26-1933

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

20

Number

12

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo: January 26, 1933

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