O. A. C. Review Volume XVI Issue 5, February 1904

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Ontario Agricultural College

Highlighted in this issue is the change of the College presidency from Dr. Mills to G. C. Creelman. Continued in this issue is the fourth nature study article, this one regarding the shrubs on campus. Agricultural articles pertain to the pedigree and history of the champion steer, Challenger, and the experimental research conducted by Dr. Zavitz. The horticultural column continues its series on the peach industry. The editorial comments on the Russo-Japanese War. While campus news reports on how the small pox quarantine has affected student activities. The Macdonald Institute column provides a summary of the final installations at the college. The "Our Old Boys Page" contains alumni news. While the Locals column provides campus humour.

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, biography, Dr. James Mills, George Coulson Creelman, Ontario Agricultural College President, nature study, shrubs, animal husbandry, Challenger, champion steer, pedigree, International Livestock Exposition, Chicago, agricultural research, peach industry, dehydration, jelly, jam, fruit, strawberries, Canadian Railway Commission, Russo-Japanese War, college journals, wedding announcements, book review, Canadian Forestry Association, physical development, Macdonald Institute, quarantine, small pox, domestic science, athletics, photograph O. A. C. Athletics Association, local news, personals, alumni, advertising, Guelph