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Dr. Ayres Relates Life Experience To Student Body – “The Greatest Testimony” Is Chappell’s Topic – National Conference At Winona Lake Planned – Music School Delivers Final Public Recital – Astronomer Lectures Here – Equal Participation For All Is Urged By Miller – Stuart, Quartet Hold Services – Choral Society Announces Annual Easter Oratorio – Editorial – Character – Uncle Silas Gets A Ride – We Appreciate – The Prodigal Father – Little-Airy Digest – Alumni – Easter Breakfast – When Friends Meet – Gospel Team Activities – Mother Sefton Surprised by Birthday Party – Sunday Afternoon Meeting, March 22 – Foreign Service Is Stressed by Chapel Speaker – Student Boners Give Profs A Laugh – Conference Results Surpass Those of Former Years – “Flames” Leap to Fourth Floor as Fire Alarm Rings – Students Awake! Socialism Knocks At T. U. Portals – Owen Aldridge Is Speaker at Indiana U. – “Light and Life” Is Doyle’s Text in Holiness League – Sport Page – Time-Out – Tournament Will Crown Tennis Champ – All-School Team Chosen by Echo Sports Editor – Baseball Team Slowed in Early Season Workouts – Tennis Teams Faced with Loss of Letter-men – T. U. Tracksters Will Compete in Inter-class Meet

Publication Date

4-4-1936

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

23

Number

14

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 4, 1936

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