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Philos--Thalos In Fun Fest Competition – Philos Plan Hay Ride in Best Rustic Style – Frosh Member of Council Appointed – Mrs. Oborn Entertains Faculty Dames; Program of Interesting Reminiscences – “Squire Irwin Farley Vincent” Describes Inside Workings of His Department in Interview – T. U. Chorus in Mass Presentation of The “Messiah” – Mrs. Kincheloe Honored – Staff Notice – Revival Closes In Wave of Vital Spiritual Victory – History Bulletin Gives Recognition To T.U. Museum – New Musical Group Organized; Singing Waitresses Will Entertain Regularly – Masquerade Invites Thalos to Secluded Spot – Dr. Brown Presents Books To Library – Editorial – Don’t Let Up – A Hungry Need – Verse Varieties – Hoosier Weavings – Alumni Snacks – No School Today – Flat-Tires – Corner Column – Waitresses Find Boy Friends Useful At Table Service – Former Oberlin Athletic Star Runs Again – Book Week Is Coming! – The Echo Sport Page – Sports Palaver – Seniors Lead First Round of Touch Football Race – Cross Country Team In Two Meets – Taylor Net Squad Takes on Form Pointing To New Season of Successful Basketball – New “T” Club Members – Litten Retains Tennis Title; Yount Runner-up

Publication Date

11-2-1940

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

28

Number

4

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: November 2, 1940

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