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THE DAILY NEI1ASIAN
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A OONHOLIDATION OF
Tho !!MprUn Vol XXX
Tho NobrnHknn Vol XI
Tlio Hcarlt mid Oroatn Vol 1 1 1
Hurling II. MoCuw,
H W. lliirbor.
tJhofi. I. Taylor I
OlinH R. WkIIh
K. T. Hill
V. C. Ilntln. H A McNown, H (J. Nelson
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K-itorid lit tho iioHt ofllco nt Lincoln, Nelv
111 second cliiKN mull iniiltor
There aro ovlciontly it fow students
in tho university who fall to appre
ciate the fact that writing for tho
college papor Is a privilege. Especial
ly Ik It surprising not to say deplora
ble to linn a student In this institu
tion who roplios with "What Is there
In it'-"' when asked to wrlijo up a
small hit of nows. It Is needless to
say that the general bearing of such
students in suoli as to mako thorn
froo from being asked to do writing
of imnortanoc. Thoso students, who
always, ask "What Is there In It?"
aro the very ones who are a draw
back to a institution of learning,
who tind fault with ovory universi
ty undertaking: who ellmb over the
fence to seo tho foot oall games and
thon condemn tho manager for not
soiling enough tlckots. At evory
froo entertainment they occupy tho
foremost soals out aro always miss
ing when there Is an admission feo.
Y. M. J. A. NOTES.
Some of the delegates of the State
CJonvontion will givo reports of that
gathering noxt Sunday at the usual
men's mooting. This will bo an op
portunity for those who did not at
tend the convention to hear some
thing of tho work done thero. A
brief review of the main addresses
will be given and on tho whole a very
interesting meeting is anticipated.
Let all tho members especially, come
out to tills mooting, and all others
aro cordially Invited. The meeting
will be held in tho Y.M.C.A. room.
Tho volunteer convention is now in
session at Toronto, Canada. This Is
U10 greatest student roligious
gathering tho country lias seen. !!.",-
The Installment Tailor
11. "1 North 11th.
000 dclogatcs arc now present. Rov.
J. l'otts, secretary of education of the
Method iBt oburoh of Canada In his
addrcsss of weloorao said:
"This convention has to do with
tho au promo burflhrnw of the church
of tho living God. Everything else
undertaken by tho church In tho way
of phllantrophy, or what is now
popularly called "applied Christian
ity" Is subordinate to the great work
of tho world's evangelization.
"In these days of gross material
Ism, of abounding worldliness, even
among professors of the Lord Jesus,
It Is gloriously significant to sec the
brainy young manhood of our colleges
organized for the conquest, of the
world for Christ.
"This Is tho brightest day in the
cause history of missions. This great
never had as many advocates- never
had as many supporters never had as
many who folt tho responsibility of
stewardship- never Isont as many
prayors to heaven and never had as
many representatives in tho held of
tho woild as at the presont day.
The spirit ol missions, which is by
interpretation the spirit of Christ,
is growing as never before. Wo must
grasp tho grandeur of this subject
from its supernatural standpoint.
A new order of Canlleld's Student
and his Problems just received at the
At the Theatres.
AT THE OLIVER.
Of Josef Ilofmann who plays at
tho Oliver tomorrow night, Tho
Musical Courier of Fob. lUth says:
"Josef Ilofmann played a borrowed
piano yesterday afternoon at tho
Columbia Theatre, and convinced a
largo audience that there was no
hyperbole In tho flattering things
said about him by his advance agont.
He charmed tho critics by his inter
pretations of Schumann and Chopin
and the dilettanti fairly howled its
approval of his playing of Wagner's
great, "Tannhauser" Overture. In
all ho did there was wonderful touch
and tone, and that indefinable sym
pathy that only genius can acquire.
Ho was called and recalled aftor each
number, until the enthused assem
blage wearlod of its adulation.
AT THE OLIVER.
Imitation is said to bo tho most
sincoreform of flattery, and If such
is the caso John Philip Sousa is aR
Hiiredly tho most flattered man in
this country, for It is a fact that
more than lifty performers are giv
ing more less faithful imitations or
traverslties of tho familiar eccentri
cities of manner and gesture charac
teristic or tho "March King," in
all parts of tho world. During
Sousa's recent ongagomont in Lor.
don thero wero no less than fourteen
of these "imitations" to bo seen in
the theatres and music halls of tho
Rrltish Metropolis, and on tho con
tinent his mannerisms are boing re
prod uceil by a score o porlarinore.
Sousa, however, oblivious apparently
of this form of his poularlty goes on
Ms musical way, bringing roelony
aud gaioty to all parts of the country.
He will bring his famous band here
for a single concert at the Oliver on
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The Wantages and re
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