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Philos Present ‘The Chimes of Normandy’ – Marshall Reports Conference Ended Stalemate – G. I. Allowances Not to be Used As Vacation Pay – Klopfenstein To Edit ’47-48 Echo – Walden, Heckart To Head Other Departments – Annual Move-Up Day Will Be May 21 – Seniors To Take Comprehensives – Calendar of Events – Bertsche Will Lead Thalos in Coming Year – New Science Building Under Construction – Speech Department Plans Annual Dress Banquet – Coming? – Long Elected By Philos as Leader ’47-48 – Seniors To Come Out In Caps And Gowns At Chapel May 14 – Sweetser High School Students Visit Campus Science Exhibits – Sports Events – Millhisler and Weikel Direct Light Opera – ‘Smoke’ and ‘Tea at Four’ to be Given by Drama Class Friday – Fesmire Elected President of Education Club at Meeting – Semester-End Procedure Outlined by Vets Administration – Editorials – They Did–Well!! – Prexy Says-- – ‘Little Minister’ Scores Big Hit – Camp Fire – Six Days in The ‘Clink’ – The Corner Stone – Highlights and Sidelights on Sports – Woman’s Play Day Here, May 10 – Gymnastic Exercises Rough On Students – Manchester Nine Drubs Taylor Twice, 9-2, 5-2 – Girls Softball to Start As Soon As Possible – Four Colleges to Send Teams to Campus – Trojans Nine Bows To Huntington, 9-5 – Off ‘Dee’ Record – Free Orchids for Your Best Girl – Present and Future Echo Editors – Youth Conference Treasurer Reports – Nation’s Journalism Enrollment Doubles Over Pre-War Figure

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Gem-Echo: May 7, 1947



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