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Table of Contents: Hollins Goes on National Broadcast: NBC Carries Program from Richmond—Legislative Ends Petition Work—Mrs. Reeves Has Party for Seniors—Wieman Speaks on Personality an Democracy—Choral Club in Music Festival—Susan Johnston Heads New Cargoes—Cotillion Club Elects Collings—Play Production Class Rehearses War Play—Second Skating Party Next Saturday—Dramatic Board Selects Last Play [The Lamp and the Bell]—Freya Begins May Day Plans—Dramatic Critic Brings Intimate Theatre Glimpses: John Mason Brown, Traveler, Writer, Theatre-lover and Goer—Freshmen Join Hollins Columns—Hollins Columns Staff—Letters to the Editor—Under the Dome—Dr. Gordon Continues the Marriage Lectures—Choir Plans Music for Easter Night—Eight Hollins Girls Attend Curie Lecture—Sophomore Circus-Prom Affords a Crackerjack Time—The Time for Eggs is Easter Time, Etc.—Lament for the Absent Laddies—Cinema Guild Brings Old Films—Departments Plan Trips to Various Institutions—Senior Class Improves Plans for Commencement—Survey of Our Alumnae Doings—W. Pope Barney Lays Plans for Campus Growth: Program Includes Plans for Chapel, Dining Hall, Dormitory, Art Building—Council Revises Recording System: New Philosophy of Time, Work, Responsibility Formed—I.R.C. Plans Joint Discussion With Washington and Lee—Senior Class Has Forums, Parties Planned—James Friskin to Play April 17—Hanging Fire, or Don’t Forget to Turn Over—Lawrence Tibbett Sings at Concert: Roanoke Concert Includes Varied Selection of Songs—Exchange…—We Suggest—The Clothes Bag—Lenten Services Held for Holy Week—The Collegiate Review—Student Sees International Stage—Seniors Write New Financial Words—Sport Slants
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