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The Fall 1967 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Wandering Wheels, Wandering Wheels Song, Lyndon B. Johnson, Lee H. Hamilton, Ralph W. Yarborough, J. Edward Roush, music, Hugh Freese, Upland Birthday Centennial, Christianity, Atheism, philosophy, apologetics, exstentialism, Thomas J. Altizer, theology, Reverend Dwight Conrad, Detroit, skid row, poverty, Church, Herb Shriner, Donal Showalter, Dr. James DeWeerd, Paul D. Keller, Maytag Gymnasium, centennial, Herb Shriner, Robert Rock, Ted Wright, floats, Louise Davis, Grant County, Jacob Bugher, history, celebration, community, events, Don Odle, Vietnam, International Relations, Marjorie (Snell) Conrad, Gladys (Cleveland) Steiner, Africa, missions, renovations, Development Department, Student Affairs, rehearsal rooms, parking lots, Art Department, track
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Magazine (Fall 1967)" (1967). The Taylor Magazine (1963-Present). 9.
Will Cleveland ’49 Editor
Mrs. Alice Shippy Class News Editor
In this Issue:
About the Cover
The Wandering Wheels Sing and Cycle to The White House
A Physiologist Looks at the “God is Dead” Argument by Dr. Walter C. Randall
Down and Out Like Me by Judy Baer
Upland, Indiana One Hundred Years by Larry Austin ’68
Letter to the Editor…A Voice of Dissent by Bessie Linddsey Steward ’24
A Funny Thing Happened to Me On the Way to the Congo by Mrs. Richard (Gladys Cleveland) Steiner ’53
1967-68 Basketball Schedule