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dc.description.tableofcontentsU. of A. has Grown Fast Since 1922 -- University of Alaska Campus From the Air -- Enrolment [sic] Total is Near 275 -- St. Lawrence Specimens Exchanged -- U. of A. Graduates Stay in Alaska, Survey Shows -- Petersburg Fur Farm Progresses -- Four Students get Mine-Safety Diplomas -- Extension Institute Meets at Palmer -- Link Trainer is Described -- S. Ushin Diaries Valuable in Alaska History Survey -- Museum Gets Rare Newspaper -- Hunting Bones for Science -- A Sketch of Mining Education at the U. of A. -- Cripple Creek : The World's Deepest Hydraulic Cut -- Paleontology Report for 1937-1938 Work Season -- Another Early Paper Received for Museum -- Age of Trees is Determined by Number of Rings -- Bucyrus Moneghanus -- Vignettes of the Museum -- Steam Thawing in Alaskan Drift Mines -- U. of A. School of Mines Enjoys Steady Growth -- The Log of the Schooner Eacreet -- "If I Had a Son..." -- Anthropological Report for 1936-38 -- Four U. of A. Students Eligible for Degrees by End of First Semester -- With the Grads -- Farm Motif Dominates at 4th Annual Dance Sponsored by Dorm Men -- Christmas Wedding for M. M'Donald [sic] -- Campus Glimpses -- To the Editor -- U. of A. Students Rate Who's Who -- Past. Present, Future U. A. Drama Activities -- City Slants -- Candid Camera -- Organize New Romance Club -- Varsity Climbs to Victory While Frosh Glide -- Hockey Practice Indicates Good Ice Season Ahead -- Ottem and Richey Have Operations -- Reply to Blondie -- Former J. C. Heavy Wt. Champ to Coach Boxing Team -- Counter Jumpers Outjump [sic] Frosh -- 'Paul Bunyan' Tales are Told by Former Students -- Ski Trails -- Girls Dorm News -- Nome Nuggets -- Exchanges -- Kaleidoscope -- Geist Receives Book from Stefansson -- Unit 5 Election -- Frosh Tax Membersen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 17, No. 05 (February 1939)en_US

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