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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
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tthou d be kept in a mi'c p'nce; 81 J5
pays for u Hufo Deposit Mox for throe
months; aim' lntely Hwfe from fire nnd
burglur. hlivrwarn and trunks stored
in our Storage Vault.
LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT
and TRUST COMPANY,
124 North Eleventh Street.
Every new Studont
337 So. nth stroot
And has his measuro taken for th
Cbt Btndtr3Qtt'J1mt Co.
In answer to sonic Inoulrlcs 1 de
sire to sav Mint course 1M I Ibsen)
will bo offered next Remester. Class
Is to meet T. Tli., at 11:30 o'clock.
However. I should like to consult
with Htudents before they register
for the work, I can be found at my
onic3, 100 UulvorBlty Hall, any after
noon from, '2 to 4.
This personally conducted excursion
will leave Lincoln at l::ir P. M Jan
Cull at B. tt M city office corner 1( tb
and O StH for booklet descriptive, of
C. P. A T. A
Uo says It la an Inspiration to him. You,
too. should enjoy a Washburn. Washburn
Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Zlthora are sold
by Orat-class muslo dealora ovorywhore.
Now Models Only $i5.o.
Beautiful Souvenir Catalogue Free.
LYON & HBALY, Makers,
7 Adams Street - Chicago.
FRESHMAN CLASS MEETING.
Tbero will bo a mooting of the Fresh
man class Friday January 17. in the
ollehapol. Clussyolland colors will
ba salcctod. Cominitteoa will be an
nounced to carry foward work in fresh
man banket ball. Every member corno.
D. (J. LEWIS, President.
Pictures taken after January '19, can
not bo put In tho Senior Book.
Biographical sketches aro past due.
Tho members of tho class will do tho
committee a groat favor bj completing
fioir work without doloy.
Anyone having desirable matorial
for tnokejior Book may band it to unjfil
roombor of tho commitleo.
F. J. KELLY, Editor.
Ticltots for tho Junior Prominado
are now in tho hands of tho committee
aud can bo obtained at any time-
Final examinations will begin Mon
day, Junuury 27, and will continue
through the entire week Schodulrs
hawo alroudy been posted.
Tho ofllcora hop will be held tia eve
ning at Walsh hall. J. R. Forney iB
Chairman of tho committee and W. P.
vValldceMastor of Ceromoniew.
LOST AND FOUND NOTICES"
in the Daily Ncbraskan,
one cent per word per in
sertion. No notice for less
than ten cents.
American Explorations in tho East
The exploring party sen -laBt bummer
o tho islam! of Sumatra to obtain ad
ditional f pocimocs,'illuBtrativoof tho. lifo
of tho pooplo who inhabit tho it 1 ind.
will amvt) iu Puilatlclphia in a few
Thii 1 tat oxp&ditioo was under the
direction pf Dr. E. II. M illor and A. C.
Harrison, Jr., and is -the fourth tent
out by the University of Pennsylvania
in the lust few years, tho three former
ores having been macio to Borneo aud
many other islands of tho Eat Indies.
Tho specimens collected on all of
these oxplorations have been deposited
I i the University Musoum. They are
kho only collections of tho kind in ex'i6
tonoo and aro conbi lered of great valuo
to ethnologists. Tho explorers Bent
out on these expeditions have paid par
ticular attention to the aborigines of
tho Malay Islands and have obtained
magnificent cjlloetions of relics illus
trative of thojr early lifo and habits.
Mr. Harrison, who is a nophow of the
Provost of the University, has accom
panied all four of the expeditions. He
has givou his life to the work aud ex
pects to make another trip soon.
The collection gathered on tho last
expedition consists of birds, fauna and
other ethnological wnd anthropological
pecimons, part of which will be pre
sented to the Academy of Natural
Sciences, and part to the University of
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Wind In The Corn.
1 love to lie in the prairie grass,
As the sun's noon heat is born,
And list to the lips of the dashing leaves,
As the wind blows through the corn.
For the sound of the wind is soft and sweet,
As the sigh of a child in sleep,
As soothing and calm as the drifting dark
That falls from the bluey deep.
It does not moan as it does in the pines,
Nor wail as it does on the s&i,
But sings a song, faint far and low A
A marvelous melody.
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