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dc.description.tableofcontentsDeath Takes Charles U. Southwick : Former Head of English Department Dies in Seattle -- Ten Students Win Places on Roll of Honor -- Alumni Notes -- Extension in Mining has 450 Students : Anchorage has Largest Enrollment in History -- Last Army Unit Leaves U. A. Campus : Harriet Hess Hall being Restored to Normal -- A. S. U. A. Dance February 17 -- 12 Enroll as New Students : Three New Entrants come North from States -- General Steese with Task Force in Caribbean -- Edward Dahl Wins Silver Wings -- Anchorage Cage Team Pays Visit -- D. F. C. Awarded to Joseph Rosness -- Albert Seaberg Killed in Action -- College Takes Part in Benefit -- Civil Engineering Exhibit Displayed -- Back to Normal -- In Memoriam -- Soldiers and Gentlemen -- Lothar Fieg Now Captain in Air Corps -- From Biennial Report -- How to Keep Warm in Alaska -- Book Review -- Alaska Eel Fishing Noted in Report 100 Years Ago -- The Romance of Words -- Kukkola Wins Citation for Tunnel Work -- Students "Find" Real Gold While Learning to Pan in Anchorage Extension Class -- Record Set by Size of Mine Class -- Alaska Office Seeks to Aid War Veterans -- Students in Control of Government : All Classes Represented on Temporary Council -- Bear Trap -- Exams Take Students for a Ride : Usual Vows Heard -- Varsity Ends Season with Slim Victory -- Open House Held New Year's Day -- Ski Clubbers Welcome '45 -- Have You Met -- Homonymous [sic] -- Ski Movies Late but More Timely -- First Find of Nemalite in Alaska -- Pop Jenkins Finds Fame, Fan Mail through Magazine -- Fees Covered in New Rules on G. I. Bill -- Typical Crop Yielded by One Garden -- Barn Dance Much Enjoyed by All -- Ex-Student Writes on Aleutiansen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 23, No. 05 (February 1945)en_US

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