O. A. C. Review Volume XXV Issue 3, December 1912
This expanded Christmas issue contains a Christmas address from the Ontario Minister of Agriculture, and Christmas themed articles on Christmas customs and the meaning of Christmas. There are two short stories about Christmas. Agricultural articles pertain to bovine tuberculosis, fruit inspection, the investment in an agricultural education, the Short Courses offered at the O. A. C., well drilling, the fruit industry in Lambton County, and a demonstration in field drainage ditching. Poultry articles include marketing poultry produce, and producing eggs for consumption. This issue also printed the winners of the O. A. C. Review's competition in short stories, photographs, and cartoons. Athletics articles include an article on professional and amateur wrestling, and the results of a successful football season. Campus news includes the election results of the campus organization's presidents and their biographies, the success of the Cosmopolitan Club banquet and dance, the poor results of the fire brigade drill, and changes in the faculty of the college. The Macdonald column highlights the memorial to Adelaide Hoodless. The Schools' and Teachers' Department continues lesson plan number three for a course in woodworking. Alumni news is located in the Alumni column.