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Final Edition Farewell (Double Issue)

Eighty-Eighth Commencement June 5 – Baccalaureate Services Open Formal Events – Moving-up-day Held Last Monday Morning – University Honors Gem-Echo Staffs with Publication Day – Stuarts Entertain 1934 Senior Class – Blaine Bishop Is Re-elected Prexy – Schedule of Events – College Newspaper Gains High Rating – Honorary Degrees Conferred Thursday – Thirty-Five to Graduate with Class of 1934 – Taylor Gets M. A. – Raymond F. Kreiner Accepts Voice Post – Editor’s Farewell – Support Forensics – What Success – Hub-Dubs – Alumni News – Music School Presents Last Public Recital – French Club Elects Hodges as President – Taylor University Orchestra – Weaver Shows Originality in Publication of Taylor Annual – Societies Turn to Literary Contests – Taylor Students Are Entertained Recently – Choral Society to Sing Fine Cantata – Banquet Given to End First Annual Publication Day – Alumni to Meet News Monday; Banquet, 6:45 – Robert Jacobs Is Star Reporter – Thanks! – Conference to Assemble June 6th at Elkhart – Taylor U. May Day Draws Large Crowd – Missionaries To India – Many Gospel Teams Busy Over Weekend – Literary Societies Elect New Officers – Lewis and Betzold Named by Students – Thalos Present ‘The Valiant’ as Final Program – Father and Son Professors – Steedman Elected Soph. President – 1935 Class Elects Rice as President – Voice Prof. Sings On Radio Program – Presidents This Year and Next Speak in the Interest of T. U. – Church School To Convene in Early Summer – The Crown – Juniors Sponsor Regular Spring Bon-fire Event – Among Our Profs – University Forensic Team – The “Old Grads” Visit – Taylor University Student Council – Junior Department Gives Final Recital – Dr. A. Lincoln Shute – Former Student Gives Stirring Message Friday – Coach Cornwell Gives Athletic Awards Thurs. – Dr. Parrish Speaks On Need for Medical Missionaries Today – Taylor University Letter Club – Rev. Bransford Gives Stirring Message on “Army of the Cross” – Marvin Stuart ’31, Gets S.T.B. Degree – Professor of Music Speaks Recently in Weekly Prayer Hour – Charles E. Taylor To Receive Degree – Leaders Give Schedule for Summer Teams – Freshman Injured In Auto Accident; Suffers Fracture – The Echo Sport Page – Trojans Defeat Concordia Nine In Sec’d Game – Students Interested In Class Track Meet – Trojans To Close Season – Chuck Stuart Places Third in Low Hurdles of Big State Meet – Stuart, Powell Win May Day Meet – Tennis Team loses To Huntington Boys – Trojans Encounter Ind. Central Nine – Taylor Wins 6-0 Victory in May Day Ball Game

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Taylor University


Upland, IN




17 & 18


Education | Higher Education

The Echo: June 1, 1934

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