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Prof. C. E. Smith Dies in Detroit After Long Seige – We Never “Sausage” A Picnic as the One this Morning – Farm Help Injured – College Chorus Is Organized For Year’s Work – Dorothy Scea Is Named By the Student Council – Figures Released By the Registrar – Dr. Cottingham Gives Farewell Chapel Message – Freshmen Pick Officers for Coming Year – Rev. Roy Knight Appointed as New Field Secretary – Rev. Fred Clark Brings Address Of Matriculation – Biology Dept. Tags 75 Trees On the Campus – Rev. Andrew Gih Wins Many New Friends at T. U. – Spanish Revolution Is Topic of First History Meeting – Editorial – Start Now – Watch Concomitant Learnings – Proclamation Vs. Denunciation – Karl Kapers – Alumni – Tugowulf – Congratulations! – Guess Again – News of The World – Hear Ye!!!!! Taylor Has An Airport – Dr. Hunt Brings Inspiring Message In Chapel Service – Freshmen Defeat Sophs In Muddy River Battle – Objectives of Men’s Ministerial Given On Monday Night – Dean Fenstermacher Advices College Men – Carefree Juniors Stage Successful Treasure Hunt – All Classes Now Meeting in Weekly Fellowship Hours – The Echo Sport Page – Sport Flashes – Intramural Program Sets Three Sports In Action – All Students to Take Part in New Phy-Ed Plan as Outlined – Old Students Bow to New Students in Annual Tilt – Equipment Added to T. U. Athletic Department – Haines Succeeds Steedman as T-Club Head – Horseshoe Tournament Has Large Entry

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: September 26, 1936

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