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Miss Rutz Thrills Students By Talk On Passion Plays – Miss Deyo Gives Practical Message To Volunteers – Philos Announce Presentation Of Comedy Operetta – Practice Teachers Face Perplexing Problems – Climenhaga Accepts Call – Congratulations, Millers! – “Scoop” Falls Through As Karl Kreiner Is Found – Watch For Developments In “Second Childhood” – Practice Preaching Is Feature Of Meeting – Book Dedicated To Dr. Ayres – Chorus Prepares Easter Cantata For Presentation – Miss’y Conference Again Sponsored by Student Volunteers – 1112 Young People Attend Youth Conference at T. U. – Editorial – Spray On The Rocks – Think – As I See It – Flashes from Flash – Alumni – Kollegiate Kuriosities – Taylor Students Rank High In Standard Test – You Guess Them; They’re “Peeves” – Annual “Clean Up” Day – Quartet and Dr. Stuart Go to Pittsburgh – German Movies Are Shown – Information From Within Concerning Conference “Grub” – “Biology Blues” Interrupted By Unprecedented Nite – The Echo Sport Page – Ball Bawls – Senior Basketeers Make Clean Sweep! – Unsung Heroes Of Youth Conference Labor “Behind The Lines” To Gain Victory – Trackmen Report For Early Spring Training on Track – Baseball Season Approaches With Call For Players – Spring Weather Brings Thoughts Of Tennis Teams

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: March 19, 1938

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