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dc.description.tableofcontentsThirty-two Students to Receive Diplomas at Commencement, May 13 : This Year's Class is Equal in Size to Class of 1939 -- The Lighter Side of the News -- Faculty for 1940-41 is Announced : Two Positions Still Open as Result of Resignations -- Six Student Recitals are Given in April -- Commencement Speech to be Given by Herbert L. Faulkner of Juneau : Has Been President of Territorial Board Since 1933 -- New Route for College Road is Considered -- R. J. Barber Resigns as Mines Head : Livingston Wright also Resigns Post of Associate Professor -- Plant Specimens Come from Kiana -- News from Alumni -- New Territorial Assayer Arrives -- Professors Ready for Vacations -- Civil Engineering in Modern Times -- Appointments for Summer -- Sheet Music is Given to Music Department -- Discoveries Made in 1939 by Industrial Research -- Alaskan Archaeology -- Alaska is Like Norway : Need for Defense Clearly Shown -- Miners Enjoy Annual Feast -- Editorial -- Student Body Officers for 1940-41 Elected : Student Ticket Voted Straight -- 17 Speakers at Banquet April 20 : Public Speaking Class gets Touch of Reality -- Miss Mathison Chosen to Succeed Drayton -- Tennis Tourney in Full Swing -- Varsity Ball Wins Place as College Social Tradition -- Gissberg Swept into Club Office -- A. S. U. A. Officers Installed April 27 -- Social Calendar Shows Changes for 1940-41 : Music Recitals are New Feature -- New Denalis Have Arrived -- Not in the Cards -- The Bear Trap -- The Payoff -- Exchanges -- Intramural Softball and Boxing on Sport Schedule : Boxing Card Led by Marshal Lambert -- Softball Absorbs Campus Interest -- Forecast -- Girls' Volley Ball Proves Exciting -- Elliot and Seaberg Tie for Archery Win -- City Slants -- Odds and Endsen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 18, No. 08 (May 1940)en_US

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