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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Pencils, Pens Posters
History Paper College Pins
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318 North Eleventh Street
Howard Announces His
Bible Study Course for
Rev. L. H. Howard, the Congrega
tloiml student pastor, has been on the
campus during the first dayB of regis
tlon making the acquaintance of the
students. He lias announced the fol
lowing lllhle class courses lor Uni
versity students, to bo given in the
several Congregational churches of the
FIRST CHURCH, 13TH AND L.
Four Year Course in the Study of
1. Life and Teachings or Jesus Es
pecially for first and second year
year men. Teacher, Rev. L. R
2. Outlines of Biblical History and
Literature. Especially for third
year men. Teacher, Rev. T. M
3. Social Significance of the Teach
ings of Jesus. Especially for
fourth year men or graduates.
Teacher, Mr. C. Petrus Peterson.
4. Landmarks In Christian History.
Class for University women.
Teacher, Mrs. A. G. Warner.
PLYMOUTH CHURCH. 17TH AND A.
1. The Will of God and a Man's Life
Work. Class for University men.
Teacher, Rev. L. J. Marsh.
2. Social Significance of the Teach
ings of Jesus Class for Univer
sity women. Teacher, Mrs. L. R
VINE CHURCH, 25TH AND S.
1. International S. S. Lessons. Class
for young men and young wo
men. Teacher, Mr. J. S. Ewnrt;
assisted by Mr. L. S. Herron.
Music, Louis Hagenslck, Auto F-2042
ON VERY FIRST DAY
No Decrease in Numbers Noted Many
Freshmen "Going Through"
In spite of the "bear" stories orig
inating from various sources as to the
probable effect of the drouth on regis
tration, the first day showed no ap
preciable decrease In the number of
students scattered about the campus
and various buildings, busily arrang
ing schedules and class cards. No
figures are as yet obtainable from the
office of the Registrar, but those who
have handled tho students for years
are united in saying that the first day's
crowd fully equals that of any former
year, and that this Is particularly so
of the first-year students.
Registration in the morning was
rather light, but a steady increase
was noted until by the middle of the
afternoon A 103 was filled to capacity,
and a long line had formed in the hall
way Two hundred and fifty students,
exclusive of freshmen, filled out their
slips and payed their fees at the treas
urer's office during the day. No tab
is kept on tho freshmen, but a large
number were noticed going through
the mill. Dr. Bessey strolled through
the Administration haJl during the
rush hour, and sizing up several
groups of freshmen, expressed his
hearty approval. "A fine looking
bunch," he Bald, nodding in the direc
tion of an especially lively group. "I
like to see them."
Fred Spear, Law, '13, is taking spe
cial work at a local business college.
Jarrot Oliver, who attended the Uni
versity of California at Berkley dur
ing the past year, has returned to Ne
braska for tho coming year.
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