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dc.description.tableofcontentsUniversity Chosen as Site of Sixth Alaskan Science Conference Next Summer -- Revolutionary Tool Aids Alaskan Prospectors in Search for Ore Deposits -- U. of A. Enrollment Climbs : Campus Total Sets High -- Dr. John McCall Succumbs to Polio : Glaciologist Famous for Mt. McKinley Rescue -- Electric Carillon Presented to University by Mrs. James E. Barrack as Memorial -- Edna Ferber Visits Campus -- Sears-Roebuck Gives $1,050 for Scholarships -- Portraits of Presidents Given to Univ. -- U. of A. ROTC Cadets Place Seventh at Annual Summer Camp -- Regent Walter T. Stuart Dies at Ketchikan Home -- First U. of A. Graduate to Receive M. D. Returns -- Thirteen New Members Join U. of A. Faculty -- Alaskans Must Help Themselves : Political Scientist Points Out Methods to Earn Alaska's Rights -- Mine's Short Course Passes All Enrollment Records This Year -- College Plays Decisive Role in Ketchikan -- Old Clipping Claims U. S. Acquired Alaska Territory through Bribery -- Three Students Merit "Who's Who" Award -- Danish Official Views Territory's Agricultural Setup -- Participates in Archaeological Summer Surveys -- U. of A. Graduate Serving in Germany as 2nd Lt. -- Brooks Memorial Mines Building has Picture Gallery of Mining Pioneers -- Certificate of Appreciation Awarded Posthumously to Dr. McCall for Rescue Heroism -- Miss Fish is "First Lady" of Miners -- Home Ec. Dept. Holds Fall Tea -- Education Official Visits Campus -- Recorded Interviews of Alaskan Pioneers Presented to U. of A. -- English Dept. Offers M. A. -- Engineer Groups Give Scholarship -- President and Wife Travel During June -- Films Shown of Argus Rescue -- Research Between University and U. S. A. F. Discussed -- Geophysical Employee and Wife Leave for States -- General Pays Visit -- Trap Nights Help Thin Ranks of Mice -- Sargents Take Over as Nerland Hall Proctors -- Oslo Scentist [sic] Conducts Study of Norwegian Migration to Alaska -- Ketchikan Opens Community College for First Time in September -- Political Scientist Makes Up Study Kits to Aid Alaskans in Achieving Goal of Statehood -- Cartridge Containing Note of Dr. Brooks Recovered from Base of Mt. McKinley after 52 Years -- Band Instructor Joins Music Department Staff -- Students Hear Mental Health Speaker -- Dr. Elvey Gives Talk in Seattle -- Double Honors Given to R. O. T. C. Staff Officer -- Students from States Remain to Attend U. of A. -- Prof. Schaible Appointed Acting Dean of Women -- Anchorage Business Gives Scholarships -- Stephen Pierson Assigned to IX Corps in Korea -- Heart Condition Causes Death of Joseph Hunt -- British Scientist Believes Russian Exploitation of Arctic Sea Routes Great Success and Achievement -- U. of A. Graduate Student's Thesis Recommends Establishment of Walrus Sanctuary in Bristol Bay -- Information Debunks Russian Claims of No Stratification in Society -- University of Alaska Campus Grows : Food Service Begun, Others Planned for Future -- U. of A. Assists Comic [sic] Ray Work on Peak -- Dr. Mukherjee Visits Western Universities -- Ph. D. Candidacy First Accepted at University -- Several Changes Made in R. O. T. C. Staff Here -- 45 Win Spring Semester Honors -- Choose Committees for Science Conference -- Faculty Members Judge Alaskan Writers' Contest -- T. V. S. A. Beats Univ. Rifle Team -- Information Center Publishes Current Research Information of Territory -- Zughaib, Little Nuptials Held -- Alaska-Educated Teachers get Break -- 1954 4-H Round-Up at University Provides Youths Many Activities -- Geophysicist Believes Winds in Ionosphere Blow More Strongly Than on Earth's Surface -- Mrs. C. F. Magee is New Hostess -- Extension Agent Assumes Duties on Kenai Pen. -- Regents Finish Fall Business -- Hagelbarger Heads C. P. A. Organization -- Summer Session Enrollment Breaks Previous Record Set in 1953 -- Pattys Leave on Business Trip to East Coast -- Dr. Little Named Assistant Director -- Alma Roark Wins Co-op Scholarship -- Geophysical Head Returns from Five International Conferences -- Visiting Professor Gives Talks on Art -- Air Force Enrollment in University Night Classes Highest in Overseas Commands -- A. N. S. Nurse Visits Campus -- Dean Speaks to League of Alaskan Cities -- New Bulletin Aids Farmers Against Weeds -- Overflow Crowd Attends Annual Fall Concert of University Music Dept. -- Moisture Causes Damage in Many Alaskan Homes -- Homemaker's Prepare for the Future During Annual Short Course Here -- Explosions are Not Causing Walrus Decline -- Home Ec. Teacher Spends Summer on Kenai Peninsula -- Chemistry Dept. Offers Industrial Chemistry Course -- Insured Loans Available to Alaskan Farmers -- Bunnell Visits Classmates in Seattle, Wash. -- President's Reception Fetes Summer School -- Registrar Resigns -- Mine's Short Course Enrollment Doubles -- Business Administration Department Keeps Pace With the Changing Times -- $567,500 Appropriated to Improve University's Utility Program -- Norwegian Research Navigator Studies Weather Information at University for S. A. S. -- Two Win 4-H Photo Contest -- U. of A. Represented During National Conference -- Peafowls Add Color to Campus -- Music Department Gives Program for Homemakers -- Univ. Cashier Resigns -- Essay Contest on Art Arranged -- German Journalists Find Alaskan Hospitality Matched Only by Siam -- Post Session Work Shop Proves Very Successful -- Ducks Scoot Around in Colored Union Suits to Aid of U. of A. Science Teams -- Dean of Men Goes on 12,000 Mile Trip with Family -- Newcomers Learn University of Alaska Offers Considerable Sports for Nimrodsen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 33, No. 01 (December 1954)en_US

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