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Table of Contents: Senator Gerald Nye Will Be Speaker at A.A.U.W. Dinner: Students May Purchase Tickets for Speech—Jackie Byrd to Try for Role of Scarlett: Sets Out for Hollywood With Round-Trip Ticket—Are You “Casually Smart?”—Valentine Bridge Party Will Be Gay Affair: Committees Working Hard on Preparations—Mrs. Barbee Succumbs After Long Illness: Was Youngest Daughter of Charles Lewis Cocke—Alumnae are Speakers at Chemical Society: Former Science Majors Tell of Present work—How Do You Like My New Garb?—[Stradivarius] String Quartet Spends Two Days at Hollins: Famous Stringed Instruments Used By Members—Kathleen Jackson Analyzes Congressional Legislation: Speaks to Hollins Forum on Four Recent Acts—Two New Students Join Student Life Staff: Girls Passed Requirements for Membership—Hollins Student Life Staff—Aunt Bess—Second Semester—Music Notes—Speaker Warns Against Seasonal Voting—I.R.C. Welcomes New Members—Why Don’t You Read?—Work at Mercy House Progressing Rapidly—Plans for Founder’s Day Include Innovations: Miss Williamson Will Lead Memorial Service—Cornelia Weston Speaks to the Camera Club: Students Show Their Own Famous Movies—Alumnae News—Radio Programs Offer Interesting Variety: E. Foster Dowell Will Speak Next Week—Monkey Business Shown By George’s Dummy—Hans Kindler Advocates Study of Music: Believes Music is Necessary in Modern Life—Under the Dome—Moral Values Taught By Children’s Theatre—Character of Actors is of First Importance—Sport Slants—Casually Smart—Spring Weather Brings on Athletics Outbursts—“Little Men” Proves a Disappointment: Children Party Portrayed With Much Charm—Social Whirl—Hollins Motto is Now “See Virginia First”: Vacation Trip Planned Full of Excitement—Kindler Interpretation Enthralls Audience
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Hollins College, "Hollins Student Life (1938 Feb 11)" (1938). Hollins Student Newspapers. 109.