The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 10, 1913, Image 3

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    T n K DAILY VEHRASKAN
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REVOLUTIONIZKD CHINA
(Continued from Page 2 )
In her schools, less old Chinese leai n
ing and mote pi actual western knowl
edge must be taught In plate of her
old almanacs that are at best only
catalogs o the facts. China needs a
progressive periodical piess that can
ieall influence and educate public
opinion Inter nationalh, she needs
not the exploitation of ioieign powers
but she must hae then leeogmtion
particulaily the recognition of the
United States Above all, sa.vs the
Doctor in summarizing the work of so
rial and industrial transformation in
China,- "Let us hope that the ones
upon whom this work devolves will be
men who possess a statesmanlike
grasp of the nature and import of the
problems with which they are dealing,
clearheaded, noble hearted men. men
who can grasp principles and discern
tendencies, men of intellect as well as
impulse, men of patriotism as well as
pow er
The excellence of Doctor MaTPT'q
seholnrlv observations as outlined
above is further evidence bv the su
perb rhetoric in which his conclusions
are couched His 1 ich. act mate and
lesponsive vocabulaiv. his clear, virile
sentences, lus unified paiagraphs that
ease the hi am rather than the eve, his
entire thesis that abounds so Tieely
and consistent lv m expressions of his
fundamental political philosophv , all
these things contribute to the pei ma
nent effect his eloquent but sc icntific
appeal for inteiest in China has on his
readers His pioduction v er v tiulv
represents to the nieiican university
world the profound v ital and beautiful
sc holaiship in which the Nebraska stu
dent rnatutcs
The public it j which the doings oi
bodies like the Inter-Fi aternit Council
get through the columns oi this paper
will depend exclusivel.v on the willing
ness of such bodies to have their meet
ings coveted b some Xebraskan rep
lesentative in whose ability to report
the real facts we have confidence The
Daily Nebiaskan is a doublj censoied,
censored b the University, and cen
sored by us
Common punted university tablets,
three sizes at The Universitj Hook
Store
Lost-By Miss Ruth
Clark-Somebody's
Spike Pin
Karl yesterdaj rnoining Miss Ruth
Clark rushed huniedlv into the Hag
ofTic e with the annouiK einent that she
had lost a Spike pin and that she
wished to insert an add and that she
would greatl.v welcome the return of
the pin Some bluff, but he should
wor rj 7
A few tablets of all sororities and
fraternities left at The University Hook
Store
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
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in good condition, coat Me ,18,
length of 1 1 onsets I'.l Adcliess A2,
Dailv iNebi.iskan A 2 5t
FILMS developed, 20c-, all kinds of
commercial photogi aphv , students'
woik solicited Frederick Macdonald,
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LOST AND FOUND.
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Fountain pen between () and I' on
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1 8 3t
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note book, owner s name and ad
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otlic e, ,ind receive liberal rewaid
1 8 .It
CORNHU8KER NOTICE.
I
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yet oideied the number of pages de
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were mailed to all oi ganlatlons
These should be letuined at once oi
othets filled and mailed to the Husl
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In dividuals who have not paid foi
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so before Thursday at which time the
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for, or arranged tor, positvelv cannot
be printed
Resident frats and sotoiities order
space of Frnest fiiaves
Organization pictures are expected
to be paid for before the book is print
ed
The following have not ordered the
number of pages desired
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Union Society
Alpha Zeta
Hushnell Cuild
I'll i Delta Phi
I'ln Alpha Tan
Alpha Sigma Rho
Alpha Chi Sigma
Vikings
lion Sphinx
Spikes
TTnr Mdlr.ll Soc
Deutsc he (Jeselllge Vei ein
Veiein (Icrmania
German Dramatic Club
Agricultural StalT
Kosrnet Club
l'hi Heta Kappa
Hlack Masque
THEATRES
Oliver Theatre
Tonight at H 15
Lew Fields' All Star Cast
HANKY PANKY
Max Rogers, Bobby North, and
Many Others With Montgomery
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PRICES 50c to $2 00
Sat, Mat. and Night, April 12
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
LOST sin, ill blown Mooie's non
leakable pen I'lease ietuin to this
oiiice 4 io :n
LOST spike pin Tuesdav morning
on the campus I'lease ietuin to
this ofllce 4 10 :U
LOST- Large giav U of N notebook,
flndei can keep the cover if he will
ietuin the notes to the addiess on the
back or the book 1 10 2t
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