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Trojan Meets Earlham in Crucial Battle Saturday – Harriers Seek Fifth Straight Win; -- Team Depth to Determine Victor – Introduce Starting Eleven For Homecoming Classic – Third Place To Winner in Trojan—Quaker Grid Clash – Record Box – Coaches, Captains Express Game Views – Juniors Edge Frosh; Take Championship – Former Taylor Coaches Listed – Past Athletic Performances, Records Revealed in History – Move To Upland Made On Faith – David Bradley’s “Macbeth” Thursday Evening Feature – Karl Krudop to Portray “Brutus” In Julius Caesar – Anderson College Professor Will Lecture on Henry “V” – Holcombe Reveals Display Showing – Homecoming Queen Selections Presented; Student Balloting Takes Place Thursday – Shakespearean Festival to Open Anniversary Days – Earlham Players Bring Headliner – Two Alternatives… -- Exchange Corner – Student Project Leader, Yoder Summarizes Radio Possibilities – Thus Saith The Lord – Kampus Capering – Society Provoking Question Asked----“To Be or Not To Be” – Analytically Speaking – Badgers Appear Wooed by Donkey – Former Homecoming Gridiron Tussles Reveal Tough, Closely Contested Series – Runners Swamp HCC Foes; Manchester, Franklin Fall – Venture Reveals Opportunities Available During Summer Crusade – Letter Reveals Orient Response – Improving T. U. Footballers Whitewash Conference Foes – Basketball Still Athletic Year Question Mark – Time Out… -- Not Having Sen The Promises – Student Assembly Reveals Project – Wild Animal Under Window Leads Bookstore Merry Chase

Publication Date

10-21-1953

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

37B

Number

3

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Notes

Page numbers mislabeled.

The Echo: October 21, 1953

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