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Large Registration Marks Taylor’s Fourth Annual Youth Conference – Taylor Debaters Emerge with Ten Wins in Tourney – Valuable Prizes Given for Essay On Advertising – Green Freshmen Bloom Verdantly On Frosh Holiday – German Exhibit Contained Wide Literary Variety – Rev. Paul Rees Is Principal Speaker During Meetings – State-Wide Peace Oratorical Contest Is Coming to T. U. – College Library Blossoms Out in New Book Array – Rev. Paul Rees Is Speaker on Opening Service – Engstrom Picked To Lead Thalos For Coming Year – Editorial – Welcome, Conference Visitors – Working Where You Are – Religious Education And The New Birth – Philippian Excerpts – Alumni – President Stuart Offers a Hearty Welcome to Youth – Youth Conference Founded on Vital Spiritual Truths – 1937 Youth Conference Committee – Youth Conference Program – Co-Chairmen Extend Greetings – Leading Speakers Are Secured for Youth Conference – Taylor’s Chorus Sings in Sunday Morning Service – Dr. C. W. Shilling Tells Thrilling Sea-fishing Yarns – Science Pictures Prove Valuable For Information – Illness Forces Miss Sutch from School – Face Lifters – Many Interesting Things on Campus Attract Visitors – History Club Has Vital Discussion On World Peace – “How to Be Happy” Is Theme of Recent Address in Chapel – God Can – Miss Dare Serves Number Aided by Seventy Workers – Oldtimer Recalls “Way Back When” Days of T. U. Life – College Humor – Practice Recital Programs Contain New Innovations – Pictures Presented by Frank B. Wilson Enhance Beauty of Wisconsin Dormitory – Soangetahas Stage St. Patrick’s Day Party to Honor Men – News of The World – Taylor University Debate Squad – Hospital Sup’t Brings Message To T. U. Students – Asbury Debaters Conquer Taylor Forensic Teams – Freshmen Defeat Sophomore Quint In 40-29 Battle – Greenhouse Aids Experimentation; Has Floral Beauty – A Gripe – Professor Dennis Entertains Philos Saturday Evening – Leroy Walters Is Composer of Hymn – Men’s Ministerial Gives Pulpit Lamp – Salvation Army Functions Told By Major Hewitt – Dishwashers Win Over Kitchen Boys In Final Seconds – Compromise Adds Climax to Tough Soph/Frosh Scrap – Miss Ella Rudy, Guest Missionary, Leads Meetings – Brief Message on Monday Night Is Inspiring to Men – The Echo Sport Page – Rub Downs – Manchester Takes Rapid Game from Fighting Trojans – Ball State Frosh Smear T. U. Frosh – Trojans Overcome Giffen Team in a Rough Encounter – Anderson College Wins a One-point Victory over T. U. – Junior Girls and Frosh Boys Take B. B. Tournaments – Saint Joseph Is Victor Over T. U. By 44-29 Score

Publication Date

3-6-1937

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

24

Number

11 & 12

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: March 6, 1937

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