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The Fall 1971 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.





Publication Date

Fall 1971


Taylor University




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Education | Higher Education


Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Mrs. Alice Shippy Class News Editor

In this Issue:


Music to Revolutionize By by John Youngblood (’72)

Baptismal Service by Mary Ellen Leadingham (’74)

Unworthy by Paul Taylor (’72)

Repeat Performance by John Youngblood (’72)

Divine Answers by Peggy Matthews (’60)

Opened My Eyes by Judy Eakley (’74)

Ideas Revolutionized by Michael R. Goble (’71)

Bonfires by Connie Mignery (’73)

Appreciate Patience by Lois Beavers (’73)

Scope Broadened 100% by Sharmin Drake (’72)

Small Farms by Brian W. Secor (’74)

Stereotyped Attitudes Changed by Harold Garnes (’74)

Frustration by Bob Schoenhals (’72)

Irony In Discover by Becky Grossman (’72)

Last Day by Don Williams (’73)

Cross Country by Christ Newman

The Lively Ones

For the Coach or the Crowd? by the Reverend William Hill, Minister to Students

Can We Insure More Attention to Our Students by Ray E. Bullock, Assistant Processor of Art

How Democratic Should Discipline Be? by Richard W. Gates, Head of Department of Physical Education

Where the Action Is

Five Men On a Mission by Bill Sowers

From Abidjan to Zambia

Brazil by Kim Vaughn (’72)

Ivory Coast by Kari Knutson (’73)

Hong Kong by Jean Peterson (’72)

Navajos by Adele Courtney (’73)

Soulsearchers by Pete Carlson (’72)

Zambia by Bob Bowers (’73)

A Good and Faithful Servant


Class News

Why Not

Taylor University Magazine (Fall 1971)