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Table of Contents: Former Students Return to Campus for Alumnae Day: One Hundred in Attendance at the Conference—Marshalls Installed in Convocation Ceremony—Class Day Exercises Planned for Monday: Kate Spruill Will Read History of Class—Schlesingers Guests of Miss Fillinger—Commencement Address by Mr. Robert Kelly: Value of a Liberal Arts Education Discussed—Program for Alumnae Institute Announced—Dr. Teunis E. Gouwens Baccalaureat Preacher: His Subject Will Be “A Text to Live By”—New Staff of “Cargoes” Presents First Issue—“The Tempest,” Commencement Presentation of College: Elaborate Set Made Up By Applied Arts Students—Prayer Books Dedicated to Miss Willie Scott—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Alumnae News—Music Notes—Senior Ambitions at the Tender Age of Six Years (with pictures)—Names of Senior Baby Pictures—“School Days” Return to Hollins Campus—Campus Crumbs—Senior Plans—Under the Dome—Last Senior Forum is Held in Drawing Room—Dr. Fritz Marti Will Marry Early in June—Miss Fillinger Presents Legislative Report—Citadel Hears Mr. Thomas in Baccalaureate Sermon—The Social Whirl—Exchange—Sport Slants—Alice in Hollins Land (short fiction)—“The Virginia Tech” Seeks Intercollegiate News—Big Bonfire Burns Beastly Boring Books—Riding Club Again Calls Forth Deluge of Rain
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Hollins College, "Hollins Student Life (1937 May 29)" (1937). Hollins Student Newspapers. 115.