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Pastor Hill Resigns – Wife of Business Dept. Head Dies – Community Outreach Campus Day – Four Students “Adopted” for Half Day – Glass Appointed Athletic Director – Chaplains – Taylor World Outreach – Student Services to Improve – Board Vice-Chairman Dies – Taylor Finishes High in Programming Competition – Free Summer Tuition for Alumni Children – Cox Wins Election – What Is Kiddie Kampus – Britain Tour Planned Again For Interterm – Math Department Field Day – Editorial – Reflections on Recognition – Off the Record – by Martha Palmer – Survey Finds Gun Control Favored – UMW, Coal Industry Break Off Talks – Police Work on Drawing of Suspect – Fire Routs Hotel Guests – Gunmen Fire on Former Embassy – Crowd Stampedes Egg Hunt – Student Held in Dorm Slayings Called a Loner – Grain Embargo May Be Lifted Soon – Soviet Industrial Growth Slows – Test of Shroud May Be Allowed – Little panda plans postponed again – Franklin pleads innocent to murder charges – Search ends for skeletons – Student jailed in dormitory slayings – Yonkers return to work – U.S. May End Nuclear Fuel Deal With India – Iran to Import Petroleum Products – Businessman Charged With Own Kidnapping – Satellite-to-home TV closer – Farmers to get own union – Italian pilots on strike – More racial conflict predicted – Grenades break ceasefire – Insecticides prove faulty – Pentagon investigator arrives in Guam – Filipinos nailed to crosses – Castro says military 100 times stronger – Colorado mine cited for violations – Last Rites Administered to IRA Hunger Striker – AWACS well-equipped – Bodies found at sea – Export limits asked – Electricity stations mined – Short circuit stops nuclear plant – Rancher sentenced to prison – Ex-governor on trial on payoff charges – Refugees arrested following weekend riot – Teachers ratify agreement in Youngstown – Festival of Arts Comes To Taylor – The Imperials: Where it all Began – Youth Conference—A Students View – Navajo/Hopi Indian Reservation Opportunities – Taylor Finishes 4th In District 21 Track Meet – Trojanes Finish Third – Trojans Seek Home Advantage in Key HBCC Contests – Marion Wins Huntington Invitational – Seko Conquers Rodgers, Boston Marathon – Tolbert Named MVP – Women’s Softball team Roster – Taylor Sweeps Doubleheader – Manchester Runs Past the Trojanes

Publication Date

4-24-1981

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

84

Number

8

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 24, 1981

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