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Table of Contents: Economist Will Deal With Social Security in State: Stauffer to Address Student Convocation—Old Scrapbook Reveals Big Event at Hollins: Big Time Star Has Been in the Little Theatre—Class of ’41 Will Issue Next Student Life—Light Opera Company to Present “Patience”: Hollins Students Will Have Part in the Production—Vocational Guidance Offered to Students: Meetings Will Be Continued Throughout the Spring—Virginia Legislation is Subject of Next Forum—Hollins Relics Shown in Local Library: Old Letters and Pictures Were Featured—Miss Heasey Urges Blend of Humor, Reality, and Dreams: Feeling of Student Body Voiced By Nancy Peery—Sierra’s “Cradle Song” Will Be Spring Play: Affords Opportunity for Artistic Interpretation—Hollins Student Life Staff—Founder’s Day—“We Would Be True”—Alumnae News—Founder’s Day Featured on Radio Broadcast: Chorus of Sixteen Led by Miss Leiphart—Nye Peace Formula Abolishes War Profits—Why Don’t You Read?—Text of Miss Hearsey’s Speech—Humanities Division Holds Annual Meet: Gertrude Smith Talks About Classical Research—Students’ Art Exhibit Arouses Comment: Sketches Drawing and Oils Contained in Exhibit—Fairy Tale Lives Again in the Ballet Russe—Under the Dome—Founder’s Day Address Rings of Optimism: Smith College Dean Emphasizes Historical Interpretation—Casually Smart—Social Whirl—Dr. Nicholson Indicates Educational Changes—Sport Slants—Music Recitals Give Experience to Students—Cannaday Comments on German Art Exhibit—“Brother Rat” Bracken Breaks Into Ranks—Olive Holmes Studies Japanese Propaganda
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