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Table of Contents: “Moor Born” Plays Saturday—Hollins Day Features Medals—Mrs. Speyer, Well Known Poet, Speaks Friday—Announce Changes for Next Year’s Calendar—Work Begun on Centennial Issue—Peace at Hollins Contrasts With Memories of War Scenes in Europe—Howell, Crockett Represent I.R.C.—Dean Hudson’s Orchestra Plays for Sophomore Prom: Committees Are Named—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Under the Dome—Clothes-lines—Survey Shows Student Smokers Prefer Luckies—War Movie Stirs Student Body—Fifteen Girls and a Bus, Then it’s Rah, Rah, Carolina—As The Twig is Bent—Campus Crumbs—Share Croppers Have No Security—Students Urged to Help With May Day—Three Freshmen on Curie Program—Choir Sings in Roanoke Church—Austrian Movie Shown in Presser—Blue Victory Closes Season—Peace Organization Activities Lessened—Joint Legislative Grants Emergency Petition—New Sponsor Entertains Frosh—Elusian Religion Discussed at Archeological Meeting—Sport Slants
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