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Table of Contents: Humphrey-Weidman Dancers Give Recital Tonight: Program Composed of Some of Most Famous Work—Dramatic Board Chooses “Stage Door” for Spring Play—First Student Recital of Second Semester Given—Freshmen Sponsor Bridge Benefit for Mercy House: Combined Talents Furnish Gay Entertainment—Rental Art Collection Shown—Carmichael Lectures Founder’s Day on Ends of Education: He Has Entertaining Personality and Wide Experience—Joint Legislative Works on Petitions—Ancient Tradition Rules Tuesday’s Activities—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Front Campus Window Proves Distracting to Earnest Editor: Quad Activities Furnish Food for Thought—Under the Dome—Noted Clergyman Will Make Address: I.R.C. Brings Dr. J.N. Sayre to Campus—Choir Takes Part in Service for Famous Negro Leader—Why Don’t You Read?—Mercy House Serves the Public Despite Inadequate Facilities: Nursing Home Near Salem is Center of County Health Service—Student Work in Art on Display Next Week—Hollins Applauds Little Symphony—Igor Gorin, Baritone, Sings at Academy of Music—Hollins Students Participate in Youth Movement: Convention in Charlottesville April 21-22—Science Group Discusses Modern Uses of Glass—Councils Confer on Orientation: Adjustment Problems of New Students is Subject of Meeting—Guard Against Syphilis is Slogan of Heath Campaign—Sport Slants—Audience Gives Suggestions For Attending Dance Recital—Casually Smart—Collegians Voice Opinions on the Totalitarian State—The Social Whirl—Should We Have College Department at World’s Fair?—Pressure of Exams Drives Student to Compose Shakespearean Soliloquy—Fund Raising is Theme of Alumnae Meeting: Gertrude Bruyn Advises—Hollins Goes on Shopping Spree on March 4th—Alumnae Notes
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