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Page 3, Dedication
Page 4, The Staff
Page 6, Editorial Comment
On the Campus
Pages 8-9, The Faculty
Page 10, Forestry Club
Page 11, Xi Sigma Pi
Pages 12-15, The Seniors
Page 16, The Juniors
Page 17, The Sophomores
Page 18, The Freshman
Pages 19-20, Senior Camp
Pages 21-22, Sophomore Camp
Pages 23-24, Departmental Affairs
Page 25, In Memoriam
Pages 26-27, Foresters on the Campus
In the Field
Pages 29-32, Where Are We Going in Conservation? -- S. A. Silcox, Chief of Forest Service
Pages 33-35, Management of the Woodcock -- G. A. Swanson, Assistant Prof. of Game Management
Pages 36-39, Timberland Valuation -- P. T. Coolidge, Supervisor of Federal Land Bank
Pages 40-42, Correction of White Pine Weevil Injury -- Assoc. Professor Chauncey Chapman
With the Alumni
Pages 43-56, 340 men have graduated from the University of Maine Forest School. They are engaged in Honduras, in China, in Puerto Rico, in Alaska, and in thirty-eight of our United States, and they practically command forestry in New England. This section of our book brings you interesting notes on these men and their work.

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Forest Sciences

Maine Forester: 1937



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