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14th Annual Youth Conference On Campus – King George’s United Kingdom Faces Crises – Varsity Nears End of Season – Rules Group Sends Recommendations To Administration – Seniors Plan Formal Shindig – Student Council Extends Welcome – Bishop Hughes Gives Inspiring message – J. Ericson and D. Wood Co-Chairmen of New Philo Program, Mar. 14 – Formal Banquet and Junior Play Provides Colorful Evening – Varied Activities Around ‘Towers Seen Far Distant’ – Editorial – Which Level Controls Your Life? – Are We Awake? – Once Upon A Time… – Prexy Says-- – Meet Your Y. C. Co-Chairman – The Parlor Sofa Reports – The Corner Stone – Highlights and Sidelights on Sports – Taylor Bows to Huntington In a Thriller – Taylor Girls In Their Debut Beat Huntington – J. Van Horn’s 13 Points Clinches The Contest – Taylor Girls Make It Two In a Row Over Huntington, 36-26 – Postponed – To Start Intra-Mural Basketball On March 11 – An Active Golf Schedule Planned, 12 Matches Set – Oakland City Edges Trojans; Coppock Sinks 26 – Game Decided In The Last Three Minutes of Play – Girls’ Inter-Collegiate Play Day Here, May 10 – Quips on Campus Life – Mnankas Stage Staking Derby At Idyl Wyld – Museum Open During Conference – Freshmen Stir Campus Life – New Furniture Brightens Rec Hall – Closing Date of Contest Advanced – Dr. Tinkle To Teach At Ball State – Dr. E. C. Raine Gives Insight To Alaska – Sophomores to Take Comprehensives – Calendar of Events

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Gem-Echo: March 5, 1947



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