The M.A.C. Record; vol.23, no.08; November 9, 1917


Creator: Published by the Michigan Agricultural College; Edited by the Faculty
Subjects: Alumni, Faculty, Students
Description: Major articles in this issue include:
Reserve Officers' Training Unit Finally Landed
M.A.C. at State Teachers' Association
Ft. Monroe Heavy Artillerists Loaded to Muzzle with M.A.C. Spirit
M.A.C. Women Push Food Compaign
Have You Written to that M.A.C. Friend "Out There"
Why M.A.C. Men are Making Good in the Army
Dr. Horace E. Bunce, Jr., '90
Frank Hewitt, with '74
M.A.C. Meeting at Grand Rapids "Livest" Yet
Meatless Barbecue Big Success
Short Course in Telegraphy Starts December 3
M.A.C. Homecoming November 24
A Message to '81
Aggies Cross Country Team Wins Meet
Dark Dunlop and Bright Berman Bring Defeat to M.A.C. 14-0
Irish Backfield Too Much
Many Opportunities in Forestry
Men in Service
From Under the Flag
Picked up on the Campus
Date: November 9, 1917
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Original Format: Publication
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Language: English
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