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M. E. Conference Closes Sessions Sunday Evening – Missionary Speaks Of Christian Work – Athletes Organize T. U. Letter Club – Awards Presented To T. U. Athletes – No More Silk! – Gates, Weaver Named – Cottingham Speaks In Vesper Service Last Sunday Night – Many Guests Attend Taylor U. Banquet – Music Department Presents Program – E. Stanley Jones Speaks To Large Chapel Audience – Many Seniors Enjoy Being “Kids” Again – The Personal Easter – Sunday Vesper Services – Yawning – Easter – The Bruised Christ – What Easter Means To Me – Wealthy Students – Pennies Wanted! – Freshmen Sponsor “Backwards Party” – A Selected Shelf – Dr. Mathews Speaks At Recent Service – Taylor Lapidaries Progress With Gem – Holiman Represents T. U. in High Schools – Cottingham Urges All To Go “Second Mile” – Campussnooze – Dr. Bovard Expresses Value of Education – Three Enter Peace Oratorial Contest – Griffiths, Klenzing Win Humorous Debate – Dare Leads Girls In Home Ec. Field Trip – McCreery Builds 28 Model Bird Houses – Furbay Offers First Aid To Large Class – Steucke Leads U. B. Choir At Hartford – Cookingham Answers “Dorm News” Article

Publication Date

4-12-1933

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

20

Number

18

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo: April 12, 1933

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