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Philos Present Sacred Play In Recent Program – Girls Prepare for Inter-Club Debate – Portals of Opportunity – Debate Club Holds Banquet in Muncie – Dr. J. F. Cottingham Leads Prayer Hour – Seniors Order Water Softener As Class Gift – Miss Koch Appears In Piano Recital – Rev. Rose Assists In Chapel Service – History Club Has Helpful Program – First Service Of Conference Opens Tonight – Peace Contest to Be Sat., April 21 – Consecration – Why Taylor? – Staff Nominations – Hub-Dubs – Alumni News – How They Rated – Dr. Cottingham, M. E. Missionary To Speak Here – Talented Violinist To Present Program – When Guests Are Entertained – Interdenominational Youth’s Conference Program – T. U. Choral Group Presents Cantata – T. U. Students To Lead In Services – Miss Ora Simmons To Address Youth – Wayne Allee Is Fine Leader Of Youth Movement – Rev. Paul Rees To Address the Youth Meeting – Methodist Church Has Fine Revival – Where Youth Will Meet – Nelson Bastian Does Genetical Research Work – President Stuart To Address Youth – Sammy Morris’ Classmate Gives Interesting Facts of Last Days – Lewis, Betzold Named By Staffs – Students Enjoy Annual Junior-Senior Banquet – Students Present Practice Recital – Among Our Profs – Holiman Gives Vital Message Sunday Night – Gospel Team Work Continues Steady – Ayres, Manley Also Selected For Positions – Baseball Squad Works Hard for First Contests – Taylor’s Fine Gymnasium – New Men to Make Up Tennis Squad – Class Track Plan Changed Recently – Coach Cornwell Gives Schedule For All Sports – Track Men Prepare For Season’s Meets

Publication Date

4-13-1934

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

21

Number

13 & 14

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 13, 1934

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