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Table of Contents: Completed Centennial Program Includes Symposia and Pageant—Riding Club Chooses Members—Riding Instructor Receives Orders—Semi-Sport Fans Get Spring Tans—Old Southern Tradition Motif Will Prevail at Centennial Ball—Orchesis Society to Present Program Tonight; Special Music Arranged by Ethel Talmadge—Hollins Columns Staff—Congratulations [Freshman Class]—Let’s Think This One Out—You Too, Can Buy Defense Stamps—The Staff Suggests—Under the Dome—Forum Discusses Vocational Fields—Gwendolyn Hubbard Presents Recital—Pink Slips—This Collegiate World—Martha Graham Discusses War and Art; Dancing Career Takes Years of Hard Work—Dimes and Milk Join War Effort—Modes…By Maraist—Turner Hall Designed to House 145 Girls When Entire Building Completed; Room Plan Includes Single Rooms and Suites, Reception and Study Rooms—Modern Housing Exhibit Emphasizes Economic Building and Management—Class Performs Millay’s Satire—Student Government Association Initiates New Election System—Tea House’s Popularity Wanes as Sundeck’s Charms Increase—Athlete’s Feat—Swimmers to Hold Meet on April 28—ADA’s Battle Frosh in Death Struggle—Students Discuss: Conservation of Stockings—Heironimus Says
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