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dc.description.tableofcontentsEielson's Memory Will be Perpetuated -- June 2 Exercises Increase Ranks of Alumni by Six -- College Will be Equipped With Seismograph Soon -- Kaisen Returns to Resume Work Begun Year Ago -- Many Things of Interest Shown in Fossil Exhibit -- American Legion Heads Project to Raise Funds for Memorial Building -- Wilcox Awarded Prize for Excellence in Math -- First Summer Issue -- Smith-Lever Act to be Operative in Alaska July 1 -- California Coal Inspector is Visitor at College -- Double Disaster -- Buffaloes Graduate -- "Alaskan Youth Our Greatest Resource" - Flory -- New Mining Prof. Appointed to Succeed J. C. Scholes -- Picnic at Lake Harding is Enjoyable Affair -- Mountain Sheep Raising May Become an Industry -- Misses MacDonald and Majors Win First Certificates -- Students Leave for Work by Airplanes and Afoot -- Kaisen Flies to Livengood to Survey Fossil Beds -- Home Economics -- Over the Coffee Cups -- Scholarship Act of 1929 -- Buffalo Herd at M'Carty Has Gratifying Increase -- June Graduate Given Position at Eielson Memorial -- American Museum Natural History Donates Memoirs -- Eielson Memorial Fund Receives Contributionsen_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 08, No. 10 (June 1930)en_US

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