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dc.description.tableofcontentsExtension in Mining Wins Big Classes : Quest of Strategic Ores Given Leading Position -- Draft Rules for Students are Amended : 24 Months Deferment in Certified Fields Given -- Board of University Re-elects Officers -- Alaska Seen as Gateway : Early Men Entered this Way, says Savant -- Duncan Becomes Naval Ensign -- Miss Kjosness of Stanford Named Music Instructor -- Dr. Cecilia Cutts Language Staff to Head English -- Hailstorm in Pennsylvania Hits Bunnell Place -- Camp Site Sought for Ketchikan Four-H District -- 'Dot' and 'Dash' Keep Place in Defiance of Machinery -- Prime Milk Supplied by Cooperative : Grade 'A' Dairies Function in Several Alaska Areas -- The Great Airway -- Miss Ellen Barr Named Foreign Language Teacher -- Alumni Notes -- Interest Grows in Yellow Alfalfa as Alaska Crop -- Winterkilling [sic] Problem in Pasture Grass Studies -- Petersburg Station Seeks to Establish Standards for Fur Farming Industry -- Flax Raising Given Trial : Ancient Fiber, Oil Plant Tested at Matanuska -- Mrs. Barton to be Campus Nurse, Dorm Hostess -- Home Demonstration Work Falls in Step with War -- D. F. C. Awarded Colonel's Son : Citation Lauds Lieut. Mears for Action in Solomonsen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 21, No. 11 (September 1943)en_US

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