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Progress Noted In Preparation For Conference – Taylor Quartet and Dr. Huffman Attend Meetings – State Educator Speaks – Local Volunteers Honored at Annual State Conference – “Strong Hearted Maidens” Debate Momentous Topic – W. J. Bryan Favored Taylor – Second Semester Registration – Taylor Debaters Enter Intercollegiate Contest – Seminary Quartet Visits T. U. – Conservationists Hold Monthly Get-together – Rev. E. A. Fiddler Speaks of Work in India Leper Group – Ministerial Elects Officers – Girls’ Organization Enjoys Inspiring Talks – Lyceum Committee Presents Unique Program Tonight – Cupid Assists in The Entertainment of Seniors – Kiwanis Club Dines Here – Editorial – Such As I Have – If Not Respect, Courtesy – Flashes from Flash – Alumni – Rev. and Mrs. Shirk Stirs Student Body – Campus Brevities – Studying Is An Art But Who Is A Fool Artist? – A Beaut And A Beast – Debaters Are Selected For Annual Inter-club Debate – More Sack Lunches! – Prince to Pauper in Ten Easy Lessons – Kollegiate Kuriosities – The Echo Sport Page – Ball Bawls – Huntington B. B. Team Overcomes Home Squad, 40-31 – Trojans Travel To Giffin, O., Tonight – Senior Women and Men Upset by Two Freshman Outfits – Rose Poly Beaten By T.U. Onslaught – Conference Leaders Upset T.U. Basketeers – Concordia Graciously Bows to Trojans, 48-41

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: February 19, 1938

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