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Table of Contents: Sophomores Sponsor Dance in Gymnasium Tonight: Don Deforest’s Orchestra to Furnish the Music—Two Memorial Trees Presented to College—Page Rudd Reports on Junior Month—Dr. Marguerite Hearsey Receives Award—Elected President: Mildred Reynolds—S.I.A.S.G. Convenes at Randolph-Macon—Dean Williamson Returns from Extended Visiting Trip—Mrs. Blakely Discusses Prohibition Reform: The Virginia Situation Not Yet Solved, She Says—Peasant Revolt Presented to College—Mrs. Brown is Speaker at the International Club: Foreign University Life Compared With American-German Student to Visit Hollins—The Cost of Crime—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Student Forum—Helen Harris Writes on Library Work—Triangle Chapter to Entertain Seniors—Successful Entertainment Given at Colored School—Educators Evaluate American System—Tech Students Hold Many Viewpoints—Campus Crumbs—Students Take Firm Stand on Warfare—Alumnae News—N.S.F.A. Broadcasts Are Announced—Music Notes—Society Colleges Devise to Meet Moratorium—Athletics and Intramural Sports
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