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Table of Contents: Bruce Simmonds Will Give Performance on November 29: Yale Music Professor to be On Campus Two Days—Odd-Even Game Will Climax Hockey Season—Lending Library of Latest Books Organized Here: Small Fee Will Be Charged to Readers—Jo-Jo, Campus Pet, Dies of Strychnine Poisoning—John Roberts, Hollins Night Watchman, Passes Away: Had Held Same Position for Thirty-Five Years—Medieval Art is Subject of Convocation Lecture—“Hansel and Gretel” Plays Before Capacity Audience: Clare Tree Major Group Gives Two Hollins Performances—Art Exhibit to Feature Water Colors of Lutz—“Mr. Pinn Passes By” to be Presented Saturday Night: Comedy by A.A. Milne is Fall Dramatic Effort—Senior Forum Discusses Endowment and Publicity—Hollins Student Life Staff—Mr. Roberts—Books for That Room of One’s Own—Music Notes—Students to Preside Over Chapel Services—Miss Lucinda Terry Was Guest Speaker at I.R.C.—Why Don’t You Read?—Memoirs of a World War Refugee [Mr. Rath]—Dr. Wilhelm Pauch Gives Lecture Series—Noted Newspaperman Speaks on Spanish War—Lending Library of Latest Books Organized Here—Social Whirl—Hockey and More Hockey—Fashion Flurries—Cargoes Will Revise Its Editorial Policy—Dr. Rathborne Publishes Book on “Fairie Queene”—Egyptian Expedition Victory for Students—Salzburg Guild Will Present Comic Opera—Outing Club Promises Food, Fun, Excitement—Under the Dome—Alumnae News—Songs and Reading Heard on Hollins Program—Many Riders Try Out for Club Membership—Program of Gymkhana on Saturday is Announced—Active Year Planned By New Camera Club—Sport Slants

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Roanoke, Va.


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Hollins Student Life (1937 Nov 19)