Show simple item record
dc.description.tableofcontents4-H Roundup Considered Big Success : Tours and Exhibits are an Added Attraction -- News from Alumni -- Calendar for First Semester -- Alumni Broadcast Discusses Plans for Music Hall -- J. McAllen Assistant Professor -- All Rooms Reserved! -- Handicraft Specialist Returns -- Registrar Returns to Campus -- Extension Head Returns from Valley Meeting -- 1940-41 Calendar -- Alumni Broadcast Discusses Plans for Music Hall -- Matanuska Farm Tour Arranged : Valley Shows Promise of Good Season -- Something Should be Done About It -- Notes from the Extension Service -- I. M. C. Anderson Called to Advise Sheep Herders -- Dr. Rainey Back from Pt. Hope : Reports Successful Excavations, Assistant Still in Tigara -- Lydia Fohn-Hansen Makes Coastal Tour -- New Books Have Been Received : 75 New Titles for Library Shelves at University -- Al Pearl Appointed Commander : University Club Manager will be Capt. of Local Guards -- Professor Fox Makes Survey for Mines Dept. -- 1940 Graduate Takes Position at Sitka -- Seward Girl is Married in August -- The Cattychism [sic] -- Out of Town -- News Briefs -- Airport Movements -- Scholarship Winners Announced : Sears, Roebuck and Co. Awards Given for First Time -- News from the Creeks -- Extension Secretary Vacations -- Former Student Spends Few Days in Fairbanks -- Anchorage Boy Receives Scholarship : Phipps Award Forfeited by Richard Jackson of Juneau -- University Graduate is Married -- Campusite [sic] Given Birthday Party -- Millie Lu Bell Returns from Week's Vacation -- Two Students Gain Employment at Livengood -- U. of A. Students Travel in Fire Prevention Work -- August Wedding for Town Girl -- Frost -- New Books will be put on Pay Shelf : Have 25 New Volumes, Fiction and Non-fictionen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 18, No. 12 (September 1940)en_US

Files in this item

fnc_v18 no12.pdf

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record