O. A. C. Review Volume XXXVII Issue 11, July 1925

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Ontario Agricultural College

This issue begins with an article by Agnes MacPhail on public schools providing education on Canadian citizenship. Highlighted in this issue is an article regarding the childhood of John McCrae, who was once Dean of English at the O. A. C. Other articles pertain to agricultural education in Ontario. Agricultural articles address successful rations for chicks, the wool industry, and propagating flowering shrubs. The editorial mentions the War Memorial Chimes Fund being used for furniture and a piano. Campus news reports on the annual meetings held for the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union and the annual Convention of Chemists. The Alumni column provides a tribute to Clifford Wilson and an update of alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column highlights the unpleasant tasks of a farmer's wife, and alumnae updates.

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, poetry, college song, citizenship, public schools, Agnes MacPhail, agricultural education, Ontario, rural schools, disability, John McCrae, photograph, Bonfire, Boneau, childhood, English Dean O. A. C., poultry production, rations, textile industry, wool, Charles Darwin, evolution, propagating shrubs, War Memorial Hall, bag mending, butter making, household chemistry, annual meeting, Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union, Convention of Chemists, Clifford Wilson, Portuguese West Africa, Angola, marriage announcements, graduate list, Macdonald Institute, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph, advertising