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Dr. G. Van Duyn Brings Message In Chapel Hour – Co-op Movement Discussed in History Club – Numerous Changes Occur in Library Room Renovation – Thanksgiving Recess Sees No Dull Moments In Campus Activities – Barton Rees Pogue Presents Program Of His Own Works – Taylor Students Lead Two Youth Conferences – “Holiness” Is Topic Of Gerald Clapsaddle – T. U. Students Are Selected In “Who’s Who” – Senior Girls Give A Christmas Party – Early Enrollment Is Requested for Special Courses – Pulpit Prize Is Offered Seniors By Mrs. Thomas – Rev. R. R. weed Is Guest Speaker in Men’s Ministerial – Editorial – Liberty Through Law – Chapel Decorum – Read This—Then Gripe – Face Lifters – Alumni – Letters To The Editor – Three Groups Serve In Vacation Services – News of The World – “Timely” Thought Offered To a Few Would-be Orators – James DeWeerd Is Speaker in Sunday Vespers – An Echo Reporter Makes Survey of Bulletin Board – Newly Organized Band Makes Debut At Recent Games – The Echo Sport Page – Slips From The Sidelines – Intra-mural Ball Is Started Today – Trojans Fall Before Four Strong Teams – Trojans! Take up New Game of “Follow Arrow” T. U., Holbrook, Battle Earlham In Double-Header

Publication Date

12-5-1936

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

24

Number

7

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: December 5, 1936

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