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dc.description.tableofcontentsRegistration at University September 18 -- Rotarian Day Observed at College Farm -- Prospectus for Institute Copied -- Museum gets Gold Rush Ad : Memento Retrieved from Eagle Saloon Wall -- Buildings in Campus Area Gain Rapidly -- University Faculty for 1945-46 Nearly Complete -- Congressmen Pay Visit to University -- College May See Increase : Advance Reports Indicate New Students Coming -- Dr. Holverson Assumes Duties -- Chatwood to Run University Lunch -- Mrs. Lanier Goes to New Position -- Jacob Stampalia Weds in States -- L. D. Jordan Assistant in Mining Dept. -- Ruby Green has Vacation Aboard Cannery Tender -- Queer Fox Skin Tanned, Placed in College Museum -- Over 100 Visitors Guests at College Farm during July -- Times Have Changed -- Lieut. Fenno Given Medal at Ceremony -- No Bear Trap? -- Dennison's Experience in Pacific -- Researchers Interested in Alaska Geophysical Study -- Charles Parker Made Ensign at Corpus Christi -- Ladd Field Seeks Dust-laying Grass -- Hilschers Return from Trip to Alaskan Points -- Eskimo High Kick Proves Difficult -- Insect Survey of Kenai Area Made -- Smith Home Again After Second War -- E. Shoemaker Marries K. A. Chatwood -- Lt. Yancey James Tells of Landing in East Indies -- Alumni Notes -- Tree Ring Book not Available -- Koelsches Guests of Dr. Bunnell -- Dr. West's Wife, Family Arrive -- Out of German Hands : Lt. Francis Harper Tells of Capture by Germans, Moving of Camp to Escape Russians, Subsequent Release by American Tanks -- First Student to Arrive Takes Part in Reconstructionen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 23, No. 12 (September 1945)en_US

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