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dc.description.tableofcontentsDean Bolton to speak at graduation -- Club is organized for international relations study -- College Assembly has Juneau flight party as guests -- Sixteen will get degrees this spring -- Valuable archaeological evidence in campus finds -- Denali to be distributed first of May -- Dean Patty resigns to become General Manager M'Rae mining interests -- Annual luncheon given in honor of H.S. senior girls -- Extent of the mining industry / Henton, Hugh M. -- Senior Week will include reception and varied events -- Ford and McBain write more Alaskan tall tales -- Skarland and Lundell take skiing honors -- 33 letter awards made to athletes at annual dinner -- Rifle Club shows renewed activity as spring comes -- Much business is transacted at student meeting -- College swine exemplify Mendelian inheritance -- Milirary band gives concert in Fairbanks -- Pre-registration figures for next year made known -- Moon-flowers and roses give tone to Junior Prom -- Alaska Extension work given national broadcast -- All-college play pleases large crowd -- Marie Quirk will reign as Queen of May at B.A. Dance -- President Bunnell is named member of Colonial Board -- Thesis on flour gold flotation is written by Schultzen_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agriculture College and School of Mines
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 13, No. 08 (September 1935)en_US

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