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Friday, October 29, 1965
The Daily Nebraskan
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Time For Change
Today the pages of the
Daily Nebraskan are filled
We did not like shoveling
this paper into the little,
brown, pick-up boxes any
more than you liked grab
bing it, scanning it and
throwing it aside.
It is time for a change.
The members of the Ne
braskan staff realize more
than anyone else that 15.
000 students at the Univer
sity of Nebraska rate a
higher quality campus
An eight page edition will
appear next Wednesday.
The extra space should
lower the amount of adver
tising necessary in the Mon
day, Thursday and Friday
editions. If the venture is fi
nancially successful it will
become a weekly feature.
This procedure will not
alleviate all the problems
but it is a start. And we
hope that this beginning
will be an impetus to the
type of collegiate newspap
er that you, the readers, de
serve. MARILYN HOEGEMEYER
Pacifist's Attitude Unrealistic In Today's World
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Faralty Sakrommlttee aa Student Pab
liratiou. Publication shall be tree from
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aersen eoiside the t Diversity. Meta
bers af the Nebraskan are responsible
lar what they eansa to be artated.
Where would this country be, and what would it be
like if Eisenhower, or JFK, had burned their draft cards?
If George Washington had cold feet at Valley Forge? If
Paul Revere had fallen off his horse? If John Hancock
couldn't spell his name?
It is ironic, and pathetically amusing that the SDS,
which claims to be an educational organization, for stu
dents, cannot spell the word sponsored. The SDS also seems
to claim a monopoly on moral values, but is it really im
moral to want to fight communism? And is it moral to
abandon all the small, but free nations to the scourge of
international communist expansion?
Many of the Teach-In speakers advocated turning the
whole Viet Nam problem over to the UN, which sounds
like a good idea, at least on the surface. In fact, how
ever, the UN has only been able to achieve a temporary
solution, when it has been called on to intervene, and then,
even that solution came at a terrible cost in terms of
human lives and money. The UN is most effective when
there is complete cooperation and willingness to negoti-
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Two reserved tickets for Missouri game,
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ate, on both sides, and this does not seem to be forthcoming
in this case. The UN is virtually broke at present, and
cannot afford any more blunders in the course of trying to
help this world in chaos.
A few other questions need to be asked about the "Stu
dents for a Democratic Society." They admit that they are
leftist, but how far left? They admit to a number of leftist
radicals in their midst, but how many of these radicals
are there, and how radical? Are their organizers on this
campus merely misguided pacifist intellectuals, or are they
commies? How much do we really know about them?
Judging on appearances at the Teach-in, the SDS seems
to be composed largely of a bunch of long-haired, wild
eyed, bearded beatniks, who ought to know better. Any
100 red-blooded American will give them just about as
much attention as they deserve, and see to it that they are
laughed off the Nebraska campus.
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