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T H € G € IT! 22. Philos present " Mirage. " 23. Recital of the Music School. 26. Mrs. Cox speaks in chapel. 27. Orchestra gives program in chapel. 2 8. Dr. Lester speaks in chapel. MARCH 1. Youth Conference day today. 3. Miss Guiler leads vespers. 5. Exams. 6. Mr. Daugherty speaks in chapel. 7- 8. Exams. 8-13. Spring vacation. 13. Registration for Spring term. 14. Dr. Stuart on " Talents. " 15. Rev. Fox speaks on " What a Nation Sows, So Shall It Reap. " 25. Presenting of Senior gift — the blue and gold curtains in the chapel. 29-31. The second Youths Conference — 1,000 registered. APRIL 1-2. Park Anderson, class of ' 34, speaks. 3. Dr. Ayres ' post-revival advice. 4. A children ' s fashion show of dresses made by first-year clothing students. 8. Beginning of a study of the passion of our Lord under Dr. Char- bonnier. 19. Choral Society gives " Olivet to Calvary. " 20. Thalos give " St. Claudia. " 21. The Sophomore breakfast — " Sunrise. " 22. Seniors come out. Cornwell speaks in chapel. 23-26. Dr. Sale Harrison. 26. Dining hall has picnic. 27. Martha Smith in her Senior recital. MAY 3. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Boyd have chapel. 6. Senior class party given by Cornwells in the gym. 10. Girls to be complimented on banquets. 17. Baseball game with Huntington. 18. Quadrangular track meet — Anderson, Ball State, Kokomo, Taylor. 22. Seniors leave campus. 30. Term exams — but where are the Seniors? JUNE 2. Baccalaureate with all its pomp and glory. 3. Alumni day. 4. Seniors depart from Taylor ' s campus.
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X 5 14. Dr. Vayhinger brings interesting message. 15. Bob Titus reviews lessons from life of Sammy Morris. 16. Students get Gem blotters. 17. Trojans win first game at Anderson, 3 8-30. 20. Pep chapel — cheer leaders chosen. 23. Trojans take Huntington, 43-14. 24. Profs Bothwell, Kreiner, and Dennis give artists recital. 29. Thanksgiving recess. Taylor loses to Indiana Central. 30. Bishop Brown speaks in chapel. DECEMBER 1. Taylor puts up a good fight against Ball State. 3. Exams are here already. 4. More exams. Taylor loses to Wabash. 5. Registration for Winter term. 7. Faculty gives Christmas party for students. 8. Taylor defeats Concordia. 10. Christmas carols greet the Yule season. 12. Seniors have Christmas party at Mae Brothers ' . 13. Miss Foust entertains Senior girls to a " chop-stick " Christmas party. 14. Philos present " Why the Chimes Rang. " 16. Choral Society gives " The Messiah. " 19. Thalos present " The Holy Grail. " 20. Christmas vacation begins. JANUARY 3. Vacation over — many students come back for a rest. 5. Trojans add another victory by defeating Kokomo. 9. Pres. Morrison, of Anderson, speaks on two kinds of temptation. 13. Sophomore class has vespers. 14. Alumnae have banquet in dining hall. 15. Rev. Fox delivers especially interesting sermon. 16. Dr. Charbonnier tells about the conditions in Europe. 21. Junior men defeat the Sophs. 23. Dr. Stuart begins meetings in Hartford City. 2 5. Kokomo falls before Trojans. 28. Revivals continue in Hartford City. FEBRUARY 1. Dr. Stuart relates Stamm ' s death in China. 4. Seniors lose to Junior men. 5. Rev. Dicus speaks on " Vision, Ideal, and Guidance. " 8. Charles Hansen appears in organ recital. 9. Trojans show a good fight against Indiana Central. 13. Mrs. Edgar Blake visits and speaks to us. 19. Junior girls defeat Frosh girls for their first defeat today.
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