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Smith and Gates Are Elected – Junior’s Edition Is Declared Winner Of 1933 Echo Contest – Latest News Given In Thalo Program – College Publication Retains High Rating – First Joint Banquet Is Feature Saturday – Cottingham Speaks At Prayer Meeting – Dr. Newton D. Wray Passes Away After Extended Illness – Class Schedule – 1933 Senior Pictures Is Presented Monday – Dr. Stuart Addresses High School Seniors – Fox Preaches Class Sermon Sunday Eve. – Ballots Show Junior Men Are Choice For Publication Staffs – Famed Passion Play To Be Given May 5 – Intercollegiate Debating – On Fellowship – Taylor Loses A Friend – Spring On The Campus – Star Dust – A Selected Shelf – Campbell Writes on Religion And Sport – Ants And Fossils – Prohibition Has Not Failed Says Wilson – Pentecost Is Theme of Prayer Service – Card Of Thanks – Roosevelt “Crams” – Elegy In A Traffic Jam – Campussnooze – Foods Class Enjoys Fine Entertainment – Fenstermacher Gives Challenging Message – Girls Serve Friday Morning Breakfast – States College Fixes Student Tuition Prices – The Cross Is Theme Of Easter Breakfast – Jacobs To Present Recital This Week – Relics Throw Light On Old Civilization – He’ll Have To Walk – Farley Says Gum Is No Retarding Factor

Publication Date

4-26-1933

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

20

Number

19

Keywords

Student newspaper, Taylor University

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Taylor University Echo: April 26, 1933

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