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Table of Contents: John Toms, Tenor, Sings Here Next Monday—Proletarian Novel Subject of Hollins Forum—Music Majors Give Recitals—“Mademoiselle” Looks at Hollins—Senior Class Makes Changes in Customs—Piano, Organ Feature [in] Chapel Service—Choir to Make Trip to Danville—Song and Dance to Provide Bigger and Better May Day—Students Leave for New Orleans—Legislative Nears End of Work—Winner of Harper’s Prize Gives Convocation Thursday: Speaks on New Deal—Hollins Plants Sixty Trees on Campus—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Under the Dome—Famous Paintings Hang in Y Room—Students Have Faith in New Deal—Alumnae News—Read, Write, Reap Thousands—Little “Red” Riding Hood Sought by Dies Committee—Hollins on the Go—Clotheslines—Hollins Turns Co-Ed Temporarily—Nine Easy Ways [to] Guarantee A’s—Dear Dear, Oh Where Were The Stags?—Leighton Defines Ideals—N.Y.A. Students’ Grades Are High—Splendid Management Makes Successful Sophomore Prom—Sport Slants
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