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dc.description.tableofcontentsAlaska Steamship Line Follows Railroad Lead to Cut College Expenses -- Investigation of Prehistoric Bones Made Near Circle -- Cooperation Farm Biological Survey Part of Project -- Brothers Travel Over 5000 Miles to Attend College at Fairbanks -- Survey Patrolmen on Gold Stream Ridge After Bear -- Extension Service Receives, Answers Strange Letters -- Club House Gives Summer Student Workers Comfort -- Interest Shown by Collegians in New Tennis Club -- Weather Bureau Polar Year Unite in Balloon Tests -- Important Discoveries -- Suckers Scarcer Now But Grailing [sic] Bite for Profs -- Yak's Fondness of Alaska Expressed by His Animation -- Ag Department Experimenting With Fertilizers -- Biological Survey Experiments With Muskox Digestion -- Alumnus Tells of World Fair Visit on Return Home -- Miss Lena Lentz Popular as New Cook on Campus -- Yak Transported to Birch Lake by Biological Survey -- Member of Polar Year Tells About Bureau Standards -- Mrs. Fohn-Hansen Returns R. R. Belt Extension Tour -- "Lindy's Lunch" is Popular Refuge for Collegians -- Wide Circulation Good Indication of Proximate Kenen_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 11, No. 10 (July 1933)en_US

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