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Table of Contents: Anderson and Martin Return from Conference—Hollins Girls to Display Horsemanship at V.M.I.—Carnegie Fund Aids College—ADA Stunts Provide Puns and Fun for Kellerites—Dr. Faith Fairfield Gordon Begins Lecture Series Here: Outlines Four Stages of Emotional Growth in Her First Lecture—Dowell Publishes Thesis on History of Criminal Syndicalism Legislation—Famed Musician Visits Campus for Two Days Sandor Vas Shows Delicacy of Interpretation in Recital House—Work of Music Clubs is Described by Mrs. Ober—Student Body Elects Officers: Hodges, Martin, and Whitaker Assume Duties Under New Constitution—Helen Walsh is Elected to Head 1940 “Spinster”—Hand In Turner Hall Pledges—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Riding Ring is Scene of Many Horse Show Trials and Tremors—Under the Dome—Hollins Representatives Will Attend Youth Meetings—Visit to Roanoke City Jail Leads Student to Question Its Purpose: Most Inmates Doing Time for Offenses Against Liquor Law—Exhibit Shows Way a Painting Grows in the Mind of the Artist—Potentialities of Art as a Vocation Are Discussed—Society—Goodale’s Bandeleros Sing for Turner Hall Fund—Rochester Gives Honor Students Responsibility—Alumnae Notes—Gertrude Stimpson Plays Senior Piano Recital—Janet Harris, Soprano, Gives Program Monday—Two from Hollins Attend I.R.C. Meet—Casually Smart—Famous Russian [Vladimir Gsovski] Will Lecture on Soviet Policies—Vacation in Bermuda is Tops According to Report of Ann Bell—Economic Plight of South is Subject of Forum Talks—Sport Slants—Advice to the Movie-Goer—Young Trees Planted to Give Shade to Future Generations at Hollins—Discussion of Journalism Given by Mr. Riegel—Chesterfield Continues With Famous Names—Marriage Education Given in Many Colleges
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