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dc.description.tableofcontentsPresident Tells Plans for More Buildings -- Constitutional Convention Underway at University -- First Homecoming Freshman Bonfire Celebration Marks University's Large Growth -- Alaska Natives Attend U. A. Under New Bill -- Sen. Knowland to Speak Here -- 7 Aeromedical Scientists Give Lecture Series -- Every Alaskan High School Represented -- Lew Hanks is New Agent -- Sears-Roebuck Grants $1,050 -- Tanana Valley Fair Board Assists U. of A. -- U. of A. Grads Do Well at Georgia -- Polar Bears will Tangle with C. W. C. E. Basketballers [sic] : 10 Lettermen Return -- TIME Features University -- North Country Challenge -- Authors Believe Territory has Room for Lasting Population of Millions -- Truman Letter Reaches Strash Six Years Late -- C. E. Department gets More Staff -- Dr. Richardson Assumes New Coordinator Post -- U. of A. Alumni News -- Bumblebees Buzz Busily at Barrow -- Dr. Elvey Plans for 1957-58 I. G. Y. -- Realtor Assists Film Circuit -- Mexicans Give U. A. New Mail Address -- Music Scholarship Again Available -- Col. M. R. Marston Helps Film Program -- Associated Press Official Warns Against Barriers to News Stories -- Mrs. Jessie O'Bryan McIntosh Gives her Fairbanks Real Estate to U. A. -- Mining Extension Courses Reach 12 Communities -- Gas, Salt, Dye Help Prospectors Find Heavy Metals -- Senator Kefauver Speaks -- Sara E. Deal Joins Faculty -- Social Scientist's Research Reveals Alaska Eskimos Have 2 Kinship Systems -- Entrants Make High Test Marks -- Book on Bugs is Ready Now -- Mrs. Bhatt New District Agent -- N. C. Company Gives $500 Scholarship -- Dr. Barber Dies in No. Hollywood -- Students Elect 1955-56 Officers -- Pioneer Group Gives Pictures -- Distad is New Math Instructor -- President's Tea Honors Session -- P. E. O. Sisterhood Aids Library -- William Robinson Succumbs in April -- Intramural Sports Program Underway -- Pakistan Student wants Scholarship -- German Medium Will Print Story -- Prof. Buswell Attends Land Grant Meeting -- Col. Kilday Heads for States : Col. Haycraft Takes Post -- Seattle Firm Low Bidder on Boiler -- Extension Meet Stresses Cooperation -- Mining Short Course Draws Many Alaskans -- Official Says Alaska has Tremendous Agricultural Future, Praises Farmers -- Hart Leads Men Who Conquer University Peak -- Many Homemakers Attend 6th Short Course During October -- Extension Service Offers Plans for Building Homes -- Cadets Attend Summer Camp -- Dr. Robert Rie New on Faculty -- Bostonian Builds Home While on U. of A. Scholarship -- Bonnie Johnson Receives Medal -- U. of A. Graduate Holds High Post as Conciliator -- Weavers' Guild Continues Gift -- 4-H Projects Help Girl Earn Clothes, Trip -- Engineers Grant $250 Scholarship -- Dr. C. C. Hulley Marries Alabaman -- All-U Revue Presents Top "Talent" -- Seward Couple Gives Scholarship -- Mark Christensen Marries, Takes Graduate Work -- Gardening Bulletin Ready -- Many U. S. Officials Express Concern Over Mining Industry -- President Patty Attends Seminar at Harvard U. -- Mines School Offers Kit to Prospectors -- Prof's Family Well Represented at Graduation -- Museum Receives Huge Bison through Help of U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service -- Study of Radio "Stars" Draws World Attention -- Home Econ Prof Aids Schools -- Dr. Van Stone on Leave : Marsh is Replacement -- Arts and Letters Department Increases Minors -- University gets Autobiography of Dan Sutherland -- Extension People Give TV Shows -- Dinkel gets New $500 Scholarship -- Museum gets Camera Noted Explorer Carried on his Alaskan Expeditions -- Arctic Branch Elects Officers -- Lab Discovery Helps Prospectors -- Campus gets Big Facelifting [sic] -- University Palaeontologist Garners Rich Fossil Haul during Summer -- Faculty Members at White House Education Meet -- Skiers and Hockey Team Plan Busy Schedule of Competition -- Summer Session Attendance Big -- Officials Attend Education Meet -- Education Dept. Helps Meet Teacher Shortage -- Advance R. O. T. C. Men Tour Base -- Alaska Inspires Visiting Professor -- New Botanist Knows Arctic -- Slotnick Joins History Staff -- America Faces Engineer Lack -- Chem Department gets New Books -- Fetzer Shuffles B. A. Department -- School of Mines Adds Oil Expert to its Faculty -- Jalbert is New Physics Professor -- Master Sgt. Lohmeyer Leaves -- Keim Receives S. D. X. Appointmenten_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 34, No. 01 (November 1955)en_US

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