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Table of Contents: New Constitution Ratified by Student Body Majority: Executive Council Divides Duties With New Board for Coming Semester—Caroline Stephens to Give Senior Piano Recital—Change in Administration: Dr. M.P. Sith to Succeed Miss Blanchard—Turner Fund Increased By Collected Pledges—Thirty-Two on Dean’s List for First Semester: Thirteen Seniors Average Two and Three-Tenths Merit Points—Rudd and Goodale Dubbed A.D.A.’s—Committee Plans Marriage Lecture: Questionnaire Presented to Student Body—Canaday Will Speak Here Wednesday in Convocation—“Stage Door” Will Be Given Saturday in Little Theatre: Muffy Sicard Will Play Lead in Ferber and Kaufman’s Recent Stage Hit—“Cargoes” Will Come Out Day After Spring Vacation—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Students Display Variety of Study Idiosyncrasies—Sous La Dome (or, what goes on in empty heads)—Weekend Features Sophomore Prom and Horse Show: Cadets, Music, and Dancing Will Add Excitement to Campus Life—Marcosson Will Speak for Town Hall Series—The Freshman Poll—Goodale Gives Organ Recital—Dr. Rufus Jones Lectures Under Y.W.C.A. Auspices—Bolger Piano Recital Postponed—Dean Blanchard Addresses I.R.C.—E.Foster Dowell Discusses Negro Education at Forum—‘The Night Before’ Brings Out Plans and Chatterings—Choir Will Sing in Lexington Sunday—Chemical Society Holds Meeting—Casually Smart—Maids and Waiters Tell of Hollins ‘Way Back When’—Garber Speaks at Banquet: Basketball Season Comes to Close—Sport Slants—Freshman Y Commission Completes Various Activities—Riding Club Plans for Spring Announced—The Social Whirl—Elinor Sieck Relates Experiences in Germany—Spinster to Come Out May 6th—Dear Diary…--Super Symphonies—Freya Seeks Student Cooperation in Presenting May Day
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