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The M.A.C. Record; vol.56, no.02; March 1, 1951

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The M.A.C. Record; vol.56, no.02; March 1, 1951
The M.A.C. Record; vol.56, no.02; March 1, 1951
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Creator: Published by the Michigan Agricultural College; Edited by the Faculty
Subjects: Alumni, Faculty, Students
Description: Major articles in this issue include:
Dean Howard Rather Succumbs December 28, After Extended Illness
Spartan Alumni Magazine Mailed Around the World
State Police Training Project Starts at MSC
Michigan State Returns to Year-Round Program
Breslin, McGoff Given New Alumni Positions
High School Visitation - Parents' Day Expected to Attract 10,000 Persons
Completion of Three Michigan State Buildings Expected by Fall Term
Michigan State is Tenth Largest College in U.S.
The Affairs of State
On the Cover...
'Doctors' Will Retire Pair of Trees, Landmarks for Two Generations
Second German Police Group Trains at MSC
Lerner, Bunche Appear on MSC Symposium
Farmers' Week Program Attracts More Than 35,000 People to MSC
First Annual MSC Alumni Roll Call Launches Many College Projects
Low Birth Rate of College Graduates Causes Alarm
Two Michigan State Alumni Decorated in Korean War
Early Meets Indicate MSC Track Team May be in for Difficult Years
Defeating Michigan Teams Becoming a Spartan Habit
Spartan Baseball Team Launches 1951 Season with Southern Tour
Fencing Team Aiming for Undefeated Season
Michigan State's Six Winter Teams Win 20, Lose 15
Michigan State Plays Host for 1951 NCAA Boxing Tournament Apr. 5-7
State of Minnesota Names Kobs One of Top Athletes
Following Alumni Clubs
News About these Alumni
Necrology
Date: March 1, 1951
Format: Text/pdf
Original Format: Publication
Resource Identifier: 19510301sm.pdf
Language: English
Rights Management: Educational use only, no other permissions given. Copyright to this resource is held by Michigan State University and is provided here for educational purposes only. It may not be reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.
Contributing Institution: University Archives & Historical Collections; MSU Libraries
Contributor: MSU Archives and Historical Collections, MSU Libraries
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