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Table of Contents: Pictures Presented to the College by the Class of 1933: A Wide Selection of Famous Artists is Made—Graves Shows Horses at County Fair—Faculty Members Elected Fellows in A.A.A.S—President Randolph Visits in Chicago—Count Correa Mystifies Audience With Tricks—Juniors Announce December Dance—M.A. Nettleton Leads I.R.C. Discussion—“Spinster” Pictures to be Taken Next Week—Arthur Henderson Jr. Speaks on Vital World Question—Petition to Play Radios in Quiet Hours Approved: Study Conditions Must be Maintained—Library Makes New Book-Borrowing Rule—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—I.R.C. Presented in Convocation Program—Book Club Orders Novels and Poems—Student Government President Speaks on Council’s Duties—Miss Burnham Gives Drawing Room Recital—Alumnae News—Dr. Colfelt Gives Equipment to Keller—Socks Approved for Sports Costumes—Campus Crumbs—Notice: Office Hours—Tinker Day Snapshots (Pictures)—The College Celebrates Fine Tinker Day—Society—The Engagement of Miss Mosher to Dr. McGinnis Announced—Festivities Planned for Hallowe’en Night—Upperclassmen in Main Have Tea for Sophomores—Hollins Holds Own At Horse Show—Seniors Hold First Forum of Year—Cotillion Holds Hallowe’en Dance—Athletics
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Hollins College, "Hollins Student Life (1933 Oct 26)" (1933). Hollins Student Newspapers. 58.