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Youth Conference Speakers Include Rev. Paul Rees – Taylor’s Museum Gets Collection Of Mounted Twigs – Miss Alice Butz is New Nurse, Fellows! – Debate Squad is Facing a Tough Future Schedule – Grace Hall Is Elected To Thalo Censor Board – Upland Beer Parlor Decision Reversed – Eugena Laurant Is First Offering In New Lyceum Series – Double-doors Are Knocked by Men In Wisconsin Dorm – Ancient Pottery Is Presented to The T. U. Museum – Rev. Allen Rice Brings Message To T. U. Students – Fourteen Enroll For the Semester As New Students – Dr. Stuart Brings A Stirring Message In Opening Chapel – Editorial – Taylor’s Task – Philippian Excerpts – Let God Lead – Lyceum Numbers – Face Lifters – Alumni – Notice – Emmaus Board – Tears – Senior Party Is Frolick With a “Punch” to It – Moving Pictures Shown To a Large Audience – News of The World – The 1936-1937 Edition of the Taylor University Trojans – Kitchen Boys Get Pictures Snapped In Frosty Farce – Mrs. Roy Knight Leads in Vesper Service Sunday – Leroy Walters Heads The Holiness League – Do You Enjoy College Life? ---Read This – T. U. “Scholars” Vainly Warble The “Exam Blues” – T. U. Students Aid The Flood Refugees – The Echo Sport Page – Slips From The Sidelines – Junior Girls and Frosh Boys Are Still in Front – Earlham Hardwood Artists Engage Trojans To-night – Tennis Tourney Will be Held at Earlham College – Trojans Get Late Start, Losing to Foresters, 67-42

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Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: January 30, 1937

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