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Table of Contents: Miss Williams Lectures on Jefferson as Architect: Slides of Virginian’s Work Shown in Convocation—Audrey Russert Writes Prize Story for “Cargoes”—Hot Dogs Will Succeed May Queen in Forest: 25c Guarantees All Anyone Can Eat—Myra Topping Will Play Lead in “The Tempest”—Virginia Reifsnider Crowned May Queen—McCormick and Watt Win “Book Nook” Award—Dr. Lonn to Lecture May 9 Under Auspices of I.R.C.: Goucher Professor Will Also Lead Discussion—Biology Group Attends Virginia Meetings—Newly Elected Council Holds Installation Service: Nancy Peery is President of Incoming Council—Cherry to Shine as Next Year’s A.D.A. Leader—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Music Notes—Campus Elections are Completed This Week—Why Don’t You Read?—Under the Dome—The Social Whirl—Student Art Will Be Shown in Presser—Hollins Administrators Attend W.I.L. Meeting—Miss Williamson Sees Taste as Moral Guide—Sport Slants—Randolph-Macon to Give Greek Play “The Birds”—Grandstand—New Cabinet Members Elected By Y.W.C.A.—Ruth Draper Pleases Roanoke Audience—Alumnae Work Subject of the Senior Forum—Chemical Society Hears Vocational Discussion—“Harper’s Bazaar” Sponsors Photographic Contest—Alumnae News—Martha Graham Gives Recital
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