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THEr DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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THE UNIVER8ITY OF . NEBtlABICA,
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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1010.
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This Issue Edited by
Editor FAYE M. HARTLEY
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Mrs. L&z Helms, Soprano
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Continued from Pngo 1
"ODE8 ON THE GENERATIONS OF
Lot it bo understood, onco and Tor
all, Hint tho lltornry Ihhuo of tho No
lirn'slmn 1h not lntondud uh u Btuinping
ground for n vory Helcct fow. Wo uro
exceedingly nnxIoiiB to roeolvo contri
butions from overy coUcro and ovory
c1nB In tho school, n grout ninny of
ins, Hinging rhythm that would delight
tho most rcluctnnt render of pootry.
LlHten to thlB
"Awnke! . For tho whltc-plllared
Of dnwn nro flung opon to dny;
And tho jubllnnt voloos of morning,
With Inughtor nnd bolstorouH warn
ing, Summon nwny!"
In his introduction to tho nino pages
of notoB at tho end of tho book, tho
author nmko this stntoment: "A
thomo of tho scope of that hero un
dertaken must niiturnlly ho supported
by n body of allusions drnwn from
dlvorso sources and ropresonting di
verse culturoB." Accordingly, ho hus
carried' out this obligation with thor
oughnosB nnd enro in sovernl of tho
odes, notably in Odd I, dealing, with
tho Bpiritunl evolution of mnn, nnd in
Ode II, taking up his inntorlnl evolu
tion, "Of blood nnd drenniB uro Iniilt
tho towns of men." , Thrco full pngefi
nro givon up to tho .history of Baby
lon; tho myths thnt wore sulig with
in hoi gatcB, the grent men nnd
women who ruled her. Two more
pngeB record tho doom of twelve dif
ferent cities of antiquity, nnmos not
familiar for the most part to un
learned enr.8. In Odo II. tho Aztec
thnt given by yenrs of plodding in
Bomo llnes-ot-study. Let nil Nobrns
ka studentB rend this notnblo work of
a Nebraska mnn.
FAYE M. HARTLEY.
80ME RE8URRECTED "YELPS "
FROM "THE KIOTE."
Tho Kioto is the only periodical now
which is not reprinting pinto matter
about tho wnr. Wo hnvo no grent gen
erals nmong our contributors. Tho
Kioto is n Library of tho World's Best
Literature, nnd llfty cents a yenr 1b
vory chenp for it. -
At times Tho Kioto feels another
nnturo struggling within it. It would
like to bo n Gront Newspaper nnd de
nounce Yellow Journalism. The oc
cupntipn 1b bo comforting, nnd withnl
so snfe. It 1b like denouncing sin. No
ono takes up cudgolB for tho other
side. No ono thinks of tho remarks
ns npplying to .him. And the de
nouncer is hold to bo vnlinnt nnd right
It may ns well be understood thnt
The Kioto is bitterly opposed to Sfn.
If Iowa nnd Minnesota do take up
rowing, they enn join with Wisconsin
Jn the formntlon of a conference row
ing association, which has been n
middle western iden for some yenrs.
Soft and Stiff I am
prouder than ever of
my gorgeous spring
lids at $2.50. Why
1415 O St.
thorn; but in tho monntlmo wo uso
whnt wq hnvo. It may bo thnt tho
spectnelo of any shortcomings our
flrnt two numbers ovinco will Induce
-onouglrTlghtcouB indignation- among
potentially literary members of tho
school so thnt thoy will effectively pe
tition tho hitherto silent mimes nnd wo
shall recclvo somo copy. If thnt bo
true, our sins will not have boon In
It is but a trite saying that supersti
tion continues to cling to civilizations
and peoples ?ong aftor thoy fondly bo
llovo thoy havo shaken it off. It sim
ply shifts its hold and takes a frosh
grip. In tho lltornry world, supersti
tion shows itself most unmlstnkably
In tho periodical cry, raised Just now
so vociferously in England and Amer
ica both, thnt tho spirit of poetry is
-dead, vory dead; that tho materialistic
spirit of tho ago has strangled it al
most past roviflcation. Such is tho
old, old story, rotold. How mankind
loves to dwell upon its wrongs nnd its
wnnts until, twenty yenrs too Into, tho
world wakes up -mayhap to tho fact
that grent pootry nnd grent hooks
nnvo been produced under its vory
noBe, whilo it was too busy sniffling
From "The Klote" for October, 1899
Ho has forgot his early lovo, and gone
Into tho quiet of a shadowed day
Whero nil is dim nnd uniformly gray
As April moonlight on a misty lawn.
Ho haB forgot tho vision, nnd with
drawn For quiet's snl'co" boyond tho restless
Of future nnd achievement gone
Beyond the finding of tho great white
Professor Jfall Pryo.
doitios, Hultznl, Quetzal, Tezcntll
pocn, nro doscribod. With .tlio help
of tho n'otes a donl of vory Interest
ing information, valuable nnd new to
jnoaL people,. enn bo -gleaned from
thoBo pages. But ono ennnot help
thinking of tho many peoplo who, nt
Iracted first by tho beauty of descrip
tions liko this
"O'or quiet prairies swept tumultuous
Thru tho wide-pasturing sklOH thoir
billowy llockB a-hordlng"--mlght
go on to read tho ontlro poem
nnd receive its grent brondonlng and
inspiring inlluenco, did not the sight
of a fow long lists of hard and un
familiar namos frighten them Into
thihklg that such poetry was too hard'
for them, after all.
Wio hear a great deal nowadays
about tho low' levels of litorary tasto
to which tho American reading public
has. sunk. Good pootry Is no longer
rend, wo hoar; especially good poetry
by contemporaneous wrltors. Grant
that the chargo Is truo; who shall bo
our Moses to Load us out of this -wll-dorness?
Wo cannot look to the peo
plo, wo must look to thd poets thorn-
solves, If not to tho poets of Oxford
and of Harvard, stooped in traditions
of poetic dignity and propriety, then
to the poots that tho Middle West.
'with her democratic education and
her democratio social atmosphero, Is
coming to produce.
To bo concrete: is it the Instinct of
the poet, or tho instinct of tho scholar,
that prompts tho frequont ubo or allu
sion, classical and otherwise, In much
of our modom poetry? If of tho poet
thoro Is no more to bo said. If of
tho scholar is not tho question open,
Buj, wnlvlng matters or educating
'.popular tnsto, I crin confidently proph
esy thnt ProfesBor Aloxnndor's, Intest
poems will furnish tho averngo uni
versity student with much solid and
lasting enjoyment nnd an intellectual
mnd emotional quickening to Btirphss
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