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Table of Contents: Quartet Opens Fall Concerts at Formal Convocation—Seniors Name Date for Stunt, Class Forum Discusses Plans—Episcopalians Entertained by Roanoke Church Women—June Smith Tells of New Judicial Board Policy—Architect Presents Plans, Trustees Study Blueprints—Red Cross Plans College Roll Call, Ruedi in Charge—Schubert’s “Blossom Time” Plays Roanoke—E.A. Bonnet Here for Short Visit, Describes Situation in Holland—Y.W. Reorganized, Brown Announces—Quiet Hour Improves in West Under New House Presidents—Students Elect Diana Harrison Treasurer of Executive Council: Outstanding Leader Will Be New Officer of Current Session—Com. Ellsberg I.R.C. Speaker—Lunt and Fontanne Stage “There Shall Be No Night”—Hollins Columns Staff—First Warning—Cheers for Tinker Tea House—World Wind—In Panama—Under the Dome—Six Hollins Girls Model at Gala Opening of Woodrum Field—Cinema Guild Presents Russian Film on October 18—This Collegiate World—Lecture Briefs—What V.M.I. Thinks of Hollins, or How We Poor Boys Suffer—One War Ago…Today—Texas Festival Attracts Hollins—Infantry Marches on Cabin, Gen. Chevreaux Commands—Modes…By Maraist—600 Teachers Hold Annual Meeting on Hollins Campus—Cupid’s Business Gets Boost as Hollins Girls Get Their Man—Knudsen Comes to Hollins—Off the Record—Fire Alarm Bell Throws Hollins Into Confusion—Pink Slips—Athlete’s Feat—Ann Hall Directs Tennis Tournament; Frosh Show Interest—Raining, Snowing, It’s Skating, We’re Going (poem)—Tinker Day Around the Corner, but Only Mr. Cocke Knows Which—“Gravey” Comes to the Stables on Every Leave to Greet Girls—Miss Alice Marble Advises Women on “Keeping Fit”—The Students Discuss: Social Office Policy
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Hollins College, "Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 17)" (1941). Hollins Student Newspapers. 166.