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dc.description.tableofcontentsBrower talks about life at Point Barrow -- Skating rink initiated by light of full moon -- College Annual to be published again this year -- Prof. Wilkerson writes booklet on mineralogy -- Rifles and other equipment here for Military unit -- Thousand dollars given by N.C. Co. to memorial fund -- Rehearsals show talent in "Broken Dishes" cast -- Short course in mining has nineteen men -- Old Junk Market described by Southwick -- College goes for picnic: or nomenclature nonsense -- Students had high averages last semester -- Schottish and Polka revived by college students -- Prospects are good for fine varsity squad -- Basketball season opens with intramural series -- How they scored -- Americans are champions of intra murals -- Fuller hopes to continue research Heaviside Layer -- Mirrored sphere lends sparkle to the Miners' Dance - Past season has been busy one in Extension Service -- Eielson Memorial interior will be very attractive -- Five initiated and eleven pledged to Mining Society -- Speeches, news and music in radio programen_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 13, No. 03 (December 1934)en_US

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