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Dr. Roy L. Smith Lyceum Speaker – Marshall Assumes Helm of U.S. State Department – Coach Dodd and Students Are Shaken Up In Vacation Accident – H. Johnson and Barker Co-Chairmen Of ’47 Youth Conference – “Magnificent Obsession” Cast By Juniors -- $4,000 Goal Set For Library from Students, Faculty – Echo Literary Contest Open To All Students – Chicago Taylorites Attend Rally During Holiday Vacation – Two Pipe Organs Purchased By School – Students Support Recreation Project – Sherlock Baffled By “Surrender” – Christian Advocate Editor Here January 18 – A Capella Sings In Muncie Jan. 19 – Calendar – Editorials – Standing At The Crossroads – Challenge Of The Future – The “201” Psalm – “My Car” – Pony Express – Prexy Says-- – Doran (Bantle) and Lamott ’38 Write Of Experiences – The Corner Stone – Highlights and Sidelights On Sports – Taylor Drubs Defiance For Third Straight Win – Latest – The Sportslight – Doepke Sinks Winning Basket As Trojans Defeat Ft. Ben; 46-44 – Taylor (B) Wins First Victory, 50-23 – Coppock and Tinkle Combine when Taylor Trims Concordia – Teamwork Decides Thriller, 54-50 – Girls’ Intramural Basketball Teams And Captains Chosen – Marty’s Ladditudes – Who’s Who – “Buenos Dias” and A Glance at the Class in Spanish

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Gem-Echo: January 15, 1947



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