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Juniors, Seniors Dine in Pioneer Surroundings – Bishop Taylor’s Memory Honored By Orations – Chem Classes Make Visit to Glass Factory – Women Vote To Hold Open House Thursday – ‘Christ’s Commands’ Is Subject of Rev. Ivan Hodges – Steele and Engstrom Head ’36-’37 Gem, Echo – Dr. Stuart Takes Prolonged Trip Through East – Seniors Enjoy Picnic Outing At Warren, Ind. – Lewis Named Speaker for Commencement – Taylor Delegates Will Attend Two Conferences – History Club Mocks Session Of Convention – Howard Gives Coming Out Day Address – Field Trips Are Planned for Coming Meeting – Editorial – Three Blind Travelers – The Open Mind – Yesterday, Today and Forever – Is It Worth It? – Little-Airy Digest – Alumni – The Dandelions (With apologies to Mr. Wordsworth) – Sophs Elect at Semi-Formal Class Party – Our Manners – Gospel Team Activities – Informal Talk Given To Men By Dr. Tinkle – N. B. Seminary Represented By President Taft – Duplicate Copies Of Library Books Sold At Auction – Music School Presents Recital By Mrs. Stanley and Miss Smith – Frosh Elect Officers; Briggs Is President – Reporter Watches ‘Ad’ Building’s Playful Foundation – Chapel Program Honors Life of Stephen Foster – College Students See Neutrality As Ineffective – Sport Page – Time-Out – Central Normal Takes Three Way Track Contest – T.U. Will Be Represented In Tennis Tourney – Gates-Howard Trophy Goes To Phil Miller – Letters Voted To Eight Men For Basketball – Strong Earlham Team Provides Ace Competition – Special News Bulletin – Tennis Team Journeys To Huntington

Publication Date

5-9-1936

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

23

Number

16

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: May 9, 1936

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