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dc.description.tableofcontentsOpportunity for Fishing Experts Seen -- Alumni Notes -- Ruth Tucker Now at Rhode Island State College -- John McAllen Passes Away in Fairbanks : Well Known Mining Man and Educator Mourned -- $3,860,000 Asked for Alaska Study -- Xmas Dance December 16 -- Alumni Seek Addresses -- Contract with Army Institute is Terminated -- News Received of Frances Meals -- Weaving Course Well Under Way -- General Stoner, Senator McFarland Visit University -- Traditional Thanksgiving Feasts Held -- Courses in Safety Engineering -- U. S. S. R. Seeds Forwarded to U. S. Agency -- Experiences Related by Capt. Lambert -- Schools for Foodhandlers [sic] being Given -- Lt. Picotte Takes Bride -- Pvt. Watkinson Visits Campus -- Governor Gruening States Views in Communication to Native Brotherhood -- Interest Seen in Exhibits at Library -- Co-op Market Handled by Garden Club -- G. I. Benefits Available to Veterans Now -- Thanksgiving Dance Draws Large Crowd -- Bear Trap -- Cage Varsity Shows Well in Contests -- Have You Met -- Girls Give School Days U. S. O. Dance -- Volunteers Put Skating Rink in Shape for Season -- University Girls Enjoy Medic Dance -- I. R. Club has Letter from Headquarters -- Girls Dormitory Scene of Informal Tea November 26 -- University Chorus Visits Ladd Field -- University Boosts War Loan Drive -- Dawson Still in Engineer Position -- 30 Students Take Mining Short Course -- Kowalaks Settled in New Homeen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 23, No. 03 (December 1944)en_US

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