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dc.description.tableofcontentsNew Course in Forestry is Started : Faculty and Fire Control Service Give 7 Weeks of Instruction -- The Lighter Side of the News -- News from Alumni -- Catalog is Published -- Kuskokwim Mines Course is Completed -- Music Hall to be Built on Campus -- Old Map Given to University by Louis Laska -- Accident Occurs on College Road -- Article by U. A. Grad is Published -- Albert O'Shea Finds Artifact on Canyon Creek -- Rainey Finds Life at Point Hope Exciting, Hazardous -- Pre-registration is in Progress -- Ten C. A. A. Flyers Take Off : Solo Work Coming -- News from Alum No. 1 -- Dr. Bramhall will Make Observations -- Burns is Succeeded by Seattle Assayer -- Two Myths Concerning the Sale of Alaska -- Civil Engineering in Modern Times -- Beginnings of Mineral Education -- Pistol Club Reorganizes -- Spring Brings Festive Affair -- Varsity Ball will be in Honor of Athletes : Miss University will Preside -- Ski Club Plans Spring Outing -- Student Aviators Solo at End of Stage "A" : First Part of Flight Training Completed -- Fifteen Join B. A. Club -- Seniors Prepare for Graduation -- Biased Chatter -- Night Watchmen Pen Witticisms -- Mining Society Plans Banquet -- Two are Taken to Hospital -- College Queens Have Monopoly -- Ski Trails -- Tennis and Softball -- Three Act Comedy April 4th, and 5th -- Basketball Reunion -- Editorial -- The Bear Trap -- Boxing and Hockey are Month's Highlights -- Smoker Makes Good Showing -- Frosh Win Over Petersburg High -- Girls Archery Tourney Starts -- Forecast -- Exchanges -- City Slants -- How to Read Montaigne -- Chips of Vagrancyen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 18, No. 07 (April 1940)en_US

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