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Prohibition Is Theme Of Talk By Prof. Shute – Freshmen Spend Eve At Games And Taffy – Paul Blade Completes Mounting Elephant – Dr. Furbay Invited To Write For Text – Burkholder Is Named T. U. Representative – Conference Has Assemblies Soon At Huntington – Earlham Is Victor In Recent Debate – Ed. Screen To Give Noted Production – Stuart Meets With Fine Alumni Group – Horine An Dawes Married by Jones – University Honors Dr. And Mrs. Stuart – President’s Father Is Buried Recently – Hello - Everybody – Forced Back But Still Ahead – All One In Christ – On Being Good Natured – Star Dust – Swallow-Robin Dorm News – Modern Speech – Tuition Goes Boom! – Taylor’s Missionaries – A Selected Shelf – Officers of Organizations for Spring Term – Bible Manuscripts Found In Monastery – Religious Cartoons Challenge Students – Registration Shows Unexpected Decline – What Do-U-Know – History Club Stages Prohibition Program – Matthews And Bennett Appear In Recitals – Many Facts Recorded By Earthquake Traps – Campussnooze – Sports – Spring Plans Show Increased Interest In Taylor Athletics – Professors Offer Many New Courses – Clipping Bureau Is Two Centuries Late – T. U. “Hash Slingers” Enjoy “Quiet” Party – Evans Orders New Post Office Pens – Miss Miller Directs Junior Music Recital

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Student newspaper, Taylor University


Education | Higher Education

The Echo: March 24, 1933

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