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Table of Contents: Miss Williams Speaks at Wednesday Convocation: Work of the Grenfell Mission Topic of Speech—Four Plays Chosen for Freshmen Presentation—Work of Living American Artists Exhibited Here: College to Purchase Two of the Pictures—Campus Activities Have Definite Schedule—“Pageant of Brides” Given By Triangle Alumnae Club: Hollins Students Model Old Bridal Costumes—Jascha Heifetz to Open Roanoke Concert Series—Century Opera Company to Open Academy Program: “Brother Rat” to Play in Roanoke in October—Mr. Bolger to Play at the Next Convocation—Miss Matty’s Birthday to be Celebrated Here Saturday: Student Body Will Sing Traditional Song—New Members Chosen at First Meeting of Cotillion—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Campus Possibilities Surveyed at Convocation—Seniors Begin Working for Endowment Fund—With Apologies to Bobbie Burns (poem)—Eastnor Home Reveals Personality of Owner—Why Don’t You Read?—A History of Hollins Student Government—“1100 Miles” (short fiction)—Music Notes—Freshmen Give Command Performance of Stunts—Senior Class Discusses Stunt at First Forum—The Collegiate World—The Social Whirl—Vogue Offers Prizes in Fashion Contest—Alumnae Notes—Under the Dome—Students Speculate on “When is Tinker Day?”—From the Quadrangle—Sport Slants—Series of Four Stories to Appear in Cargoes—I.R.C. Meets to Discuss Plans for Session—A.D.A. Members Reign in Heaven or Hell
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