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dc.description.tableofcontentsFederal Appropriation May Be Slashed 25 Per Cent [sic] : 1933-34 Budgets Prepared Reduction Basis to Meet Proposed Financial Cut -- International Polar Year Scientists Explain Varied Program and Phenomena -- Skating Rink, Tennis Courts Go on Campus -- Labor Lapses as Collegians See Post Land -- 9th Annual Fair Coming Fairbanks Aug. 31 to Sept. 2 -- New Buildings Go Up Experimental Farm This Year -- Aurora Authority in Norway Writes to College Paper -- "Gold Conscious" -- How to Get a Mining Claim in Alaska -- President Seattle Chamber Com'erce [sic] Acclaims College -- Determined Frosh Visits World Fair Before Work Here -- Ag Students are Eperimenting [sic] in Arctic Gardens -- Alumnus Making Brick After Two Yrs. Investigation -- College Stenogs, Waiters Vacation at Harding Lake -- Bureau of Mines Chemist Reports Over 1100 Assays -- College Road is Straightened and Widened on Grade -- Many Prehistoric Specimens Found at Old Diggings -- A Collegiate Bird Authority Unveils Campus Halfbreed -- Geology of Anthracite Ridge Coal Districten_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 11, No. 11 (August 1933)en_US

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