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Table of Contents: Religious Trends is Timely Subject of Miss Carter: Outlines Main Aspects of Present-Day Religion—International Club Sponsors Speakers—Alumnae Council Plans Meeting for Next Weekend: “The Place of the Liberal Arts College in a Changing World” to be Theme—Distribute Proceeds of the Class Dance—Banking Still Sound—Athletic Board to Sell Food in Keller—“Enter Madame” Given by the Virginia Players—Dr. Archie Palmer Delivers Talk on “Self-Education”: Recommends Chair of Loafing to Prepare for Use of Leisure—Seniors Make Plans for Founder’s Day—Fine for Feeling—Dr. Duvall Will Present Series of Religious Talks: First Two Addresses to be Delivered Tomorrow—Miss Juanita Bauer Appears on Program—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Student Forum—Publications Made By Hollins People—Program: Third Annual Meeting of Alumnae Advisory Council and Founder’s Day Celebration, February 18-22, 1933—Campus Crumbs—“Hound and Horn” Sponsors Contest—Bicentennial Stamps Presented to Library—Alumnae News—The Music Department Sponsors Radio Program—Athletics and Intramural Sports—Society
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