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Shakespearean Artist To Appear March 29 – Truman Departs From Traditional Foreign Policy – Drake U. Pros. Unfair To Married Students – “Christ My Life” – Annual Inspection of Girls’ Dorm Mar. 28 – Warner Replaces Witmer As Business Manager – Stag Fudge Room To Be Completed – Constitution Ready For Student Ratification – Faculty Approves Social Rules – College Students Poor Risk For Insurance Firms – Jack Rank Portrays “The Taming of The Shrew” – Mid-Semesters To Begin March 24 – A Capella Choir to Sing in Cincinnati – Editorials – Thalo-Philo Programs – Who Pawned My Castle? – Good Job, Trojans – A ‘Fine’ Way – Jasper, Where Are Your Manners? – Prexy Says-- – Language Club and I. R. C. Presidents – The Corner Stone – Highlights and Sidelights on Sports – Juniors Lead In Intra-Mural Basketball – B Team Ends Year With Three Wins; Five Losses – Jean Hayes Leads Girls In Scoring For Season With 40 Points – Varsity Ends Season As Taylor Hayes Finishes First In Scoring With 252 Points – Cast This Ballot For Your Favorite Player – Seniors Drop Hard Fought Game; Final Score 22-12 – Faculty Defeats Girls; Remains Undefeated – Gymnastic Exhibition To Be Staged March 28 – Ear to Ear – New Philo Show Delves Into Past – Calendar of Events – Upland Proud of New Fire Truck – Government Requires Registration of Souvenir Weapons – Seniors Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – Soangetahas Bowl With Dates

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Gem-Echo: March 19, 1947



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