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dc.description.tableofcontentsBasketball Season Opens : General Science and Civil Engineers Win First Two Games -- Geist Writes of Conditions on St. Lawrence Island -- Fairchild Speaks on Geography of Hawaiian Islands -- Ruth Moodey Goes to Delta Mackenzie During Vacation -- Business Club to Give Christmas Dance Dec. 19 -- Eielson Memorial Fund Receives New Subscriptions -- Intra-Mural Lineup for Scheduled Series of Games -- Mr. Charles Tulka Addresses B. A. Club on Nov. 16 -- Loyal Betty -- Three Out of Four Mustacheers [sic] Remain in Ranks -- Home Makers Short Course Closes Nov. 21 -- Mining Society Active During Month November -- Wan Sen -- Sport Notes -- Silver Mining in Mexico Explained to Mining Society -- Thanksgiving Day Celebrated With Holiday Dinner -- On the Highway from Twin Cities to Puget Sound -- Fourth Annual Dormitory Dinner Held Hallowe'en [sic] -- Airplane Takes Dean Patty Over Kantishna Region -- Mining Engineers from College are Creating Own Jobs -- Bunnell Residence Damaged by Fire November Tenth -- Extension Service Issues First Exchange Bulletins -- Home Economics Department is Scene of Exhibiten_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 10, No. 03 (December 1931)en_US

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