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Gem, Echo Hold Staff Nominations – School of Music Offers V. Gerber In Music Recital – Good Friday Sees Seven Last Words As Chapel Theme – Pet Oddities Depict True Character, Huh? – Mr. Cecil Hamann Appointed Purdue Ass’t Professor – Goshen Debaters Obtain Decisions Over T. U. Squad – Easter Cantata Interpreted by Choral Society – Dr. Glen Jacobs Gives Pre-Easter Message Thursday – Next on Lyceum Is Syrian Lecturer – Students and Friends Enjoy Easter Morning – Miss Draper’s Mother Dies of Severe Stroke – Editorial – Applying Ourselves – Today’s Foundation – A Joyous Religion – Footnotes On The Page of Time – Face Lifters – Alumni – Five Licensed As Local Preachers In Conferences – James Fenimore Cooper Returns to School – News of The World – Mr. Abbey Recalls Colorful Events Of Former Years – Stewart Anderson Relates Concepts Of English People – Terrible Swedes Seen Menace to T. U. Tranquility – Many Parents and Friends Are Here During Vacation – Backward Dinner Proves Source of Much Merriment – Le Cercle Francais Honors Victor Hugo – The Echo Sport Page – Rub Downs – Twenty-seven Men Fight for Places On Baseball Team – Echo Sports Ed. Views Records of Trojan Opponents – Tennis and Track Men Work Out in Daily Practice – School Ping-Pong Tournament Starts With 20 Entrants

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 3, 1937

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