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dc.description.tableofcontentsEight will continue St. Lawrence Expedition: Government to spend $45,000 to continue archaeological research -- '34 Graduating class surpasses records: Largest graduating class of twenty are presented diplomas -- J. Baldwin elected to head students for 1934-35 term -- Gallant moose visits campus- returns again -- Mammals came to America via ancient route -- Railroad manager inspects dashing cadets in action -- 27 Letter awards made to athletes at annual dinner -- Extension worker concludes recent demonstrations -- Coronation of May Queen is followed by mixed program -- Prof. Ryan speaks at commencement in Railroad City -- Summer schedule started, following commencement -- Special Ketchikan edition has views of mining by Dean -- Novel decorating scheme employed at commencement -- 1st College annual beautifully bound and well edited -- Recognition by NW Association draws attention -- Jane Oliver Ryan in piano recital at college gym -- Ground broken for Eielson Memorial on College campus -- Director Western Extension Division to talk in Alaska -- May was supreme society month of entire term year -- Bastress leaves to work on Ph.D. degree at Yale U.en_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 12, No. 09 (June 1934)en_US

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