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Nummular Awards Offered to Two Worthy Students – Youth Conference Proves Valuable Source of Power – Rev. Paul Rees Climaxes Visit In Four Sermons – Two Debate Teams Defeated by Men Of Manchester – “Barabbas” Given Friday Evening By Philaletheans – History Club Has Mock Session of House Committee – Prof. W. C. Dennis Reads Selections from Shakespeare – “Peg O’ My Heart” Will Be Produced By the Thalonians – Dr. G. H. Bennard Delivers Famous Lecture on Hymns – Dr. A. H. Kemp Is Speaker Before Interested Group – Editorial – Our Junior Rules – Phillipian Excerpts – Reaching Fourth – Elections – Face Lifters – Alumni – Ask Miss Draper to Check This for You – News of The World – 1937 Youth Conference Views – Campus Wisemen Offer Advice to Perplexed Pals – Gospel Teams Are Planning Active Week-end Services – Missionary Shows Colored Views of African Natives – Dr. Bennard and Rev. Stump Share Chapel Service – “Olivet to Calvary,” Is Chorus Production – The Stroke of His Brush – The Echo Sport Page – Rub Down – Trojans Finish With Fourteen Moral Victories – Paul Stuart Has Outstanding Year As a High Scorer – “All-Class” Team Picked by Echo’s Sports Reporter – Basketball “Gem” Of Past Campaign Is Just an “Echo”

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: March 20, 1937

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