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dc.description.tableofcontentsNew students are enrolled for semester -- Geist receives rifle of old trading days -- American museum offers services of anthropologist -- Three finish courses at close of semester -- Material is being assembled by the 1935 Denali staff -- Hard Times dance marks close of first semester -- Home maker's short course has varied practical program -- Aurora research work terminates after five years -- Old songs are favorites for college bus singing -- "Paul Bunyan" tall tales concocted by students -- Farm has thrived with cooperation of college kitchen -- Former Collegian editor writes of journey up Kobuk -- Mining students hear Dean Patty speak on mining -- College team trounces High School 26-10 -- College wins from Demolay squad 59-20 -- Good skaters will be available for spring ice hockey -- College Five defeats Elks; score: 35-26 -- Lively interest being displayed in boxing sport -- High School girls defeat College girls -- Forty-three are employed in part time campus jobs -- Five hundred new books added to College library -- Muskox wool is source of income for H.E. students -- Southwicks visit brother of Geist while in Munich -- Dr. Shields speaks to mining society on silver question -- Heavy snowfall brings out many skiing enthusiasts -- Extension work in H.E. welcomed by women of Alaskaen_US
dc.publisherAlaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 13, No. 05 (February 1935)en_US

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