O. A. C. Review Volume XL Issue 8, April 1928
This issue begins with the prize winning speech from the public speaking contest regarding the creation of a provincial co-operative livestock marketing pool. Agricultural articles pertain to utilizing buttermilk as a foodstuff, reforesting Ontario, and Shorthorn cattle in Britain. Other articles address the quantity of food consumed at the college dinning hall, and the research in agriculture at a South African university. The editorial debates the merits of the current college yell. Campus news reports on a successful year for the O. A. C. Co-operative Association, the stock judging competitions, and a variety of year-end club meetings. Continued in this issue is an article regarding the National Federation of Canadian University Students, with a focus on a European tour over the summer. The Alumni column provides an update of the alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column provides an obituary for Miss Jean Bradley, and alumnae updates.