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October 17, 1919 - Image 6

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3AN BREAKS
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M. C. A. auditorium.
section of Cosmopol.
ts in Y. W. C. A.
Nu debating society
Allen White lectures on
:rter Saw at the Peace
in Hill auditorium.
ruild party. Dancing.
guests only.

One thousand, seven hundred more
students are actually on the campus
this year than ever before, revised
registration figures given out Thurs-
day by Registrar A. G. Hall reveal.
The total enrollment of resident stu-
dents this year is 7,653, as compared
with 5,944 in 1916, the previous rec-
ord year.
Counting the enrollment at Summer
school, and at Extension classes, and
estimating the probable enrollments
which will be made after Oct. 15,
Registrar Hall places the total en-
rollment of the University for 1919
at 9,600. This shows an increase of
almost 2,100 over the final 1916 fig-
ure.
IMPORTANCE OF PRESS THEME
OF ADDRESSES AT CONCLAVE
(Continued from Page One)
Yellow and the Blue by the band.
George Hurley, secretary of the
Union, thenm explained the purposes of
the Union to the newspaper men and
teachers. He declared that the prin-
cipal purpose was to inculcate into
the student the idea of service and
to route out that of selfishness.
Revs Douglas Gives Addfess
"The Press and the Pulpit" by Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas was a facetious re-
countal of what his experience as a
reporter had dond for him, and a se-
t rious urgence for the newspaper men
to co-operate with the pulpit, as'both
could better fulfill their duties by act-
ing- together.
The program for Friday includes a
morning meeting at 9 o'clock and an
afternoon meeting at 1:30 o'clock with
talks by prominent newspaper men
and teachers of journalism, a ban-
quet at 6 o'clock at the Union, and
an address by William Allen White
in the evening at Hill auditorium.
JUNIOR GIRLS ENTERTAINED
BY DEAN MYRA B. JORDAN

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Junior girls were entertained yes-
terday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium by Dean Myra B. Jordan. Ahout
150 girls attended. The class enroll-
ment of women this year amounts, to
273, 133 of these being newly enrolled.
Talks were given by Dean Jordan,
Beatrice Beckwith as chairman of the
class social committee, Marcella Moon
as chairman of the Junior Girls' play,
and Lois DeVries as chairman of .?un-
ior advisors.
Hobart Guild Members to Hold Dance
The Hobart guild will give a danc-
ing party in Harris hall from 8 to 11:30
o'clock Friday evening. Members and
applicants whose dues are paid are
invited. Dues may be' paid at the
door.

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CONfERT NOTICE
course tickets are re-
tach and present for ad-I
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arked "Farrar" in order
a ticket takers and to
ity of confusion.-Adv.

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