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Over the Back Fence – Literary Societies Select Gem-Queen Candidates – Miller Appointed Associate Editor – Service in Chapel Highlights Thanksgiving Day – Calendar of Events – Burkhead Wins First Place In Echo Poetry Contest – A Capella Choir Presents First in Series of Concerts At Wabash Churches – There’s Always A Way – Student Council, I.R.S. and Ambassadors Start WSSF Campaign – Jack Pischel, Harold Johnson Recognized by Poetry Association – Christmas Vacation – Radio’s Dixie Four To Appear Friday – Scott-Morrison Opens Year’s Lyceums With Brilliant Performance – Editorials – Is Coal Our Goal? – Dividends For Christ – This Collegiate World – First Place Winner in Recent Echo Poetry Contest – Second Place Winner – Histoires Francais Flow From Swallow Robin – Prexy Says-- – Betty Loeffer and Maureen Carver, ’46, Teach in Puerto Rico – The Corner Stone – Highlights and Sidelights on Sports – The Leading Scorers – Taylor Athlete to Be Awarded Dempsey Cup – The Sportslight – Indiana Central Superior in Fast Break-Wins 54-42 – Taylor Beats Concordia, 44-41, Bows to Tri-State, 43-34 – Trojans Unable to Match Neatly Timed Plays of Tri-State – Taylor “B” Edged By Indiana Tech “B”; Ed Shy Is High Scorer – Taylor Wins Opening Game: T. Hayes Sinks 22 Points – News Boy – Who’s Who – New Fine Arts Club Organized – Science Club Tours Marion Park, Has Weiner Roast – State Psychiatrist Lectures to Education Club – Next Echo To Be Super-Size

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Education | Higher Education

The Gem-Echo: December 4, 1946



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