O. A. C. Review Volume XL Issue 9, May 1928

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Ontario Agricultural College

This issue begins with an article regarding how a farmer's temperament can lead to success in agriculture. Agricultural articles pertain to the beef industry in South Africa, non-native crop species introduced to Canada, and sugar cane production in Cuba. Other articles provide a description of the life and character of the Japanese people, and a humorous observation on the state of matrimony. A student of the Ontario Veterinary College contributed an article on the history of veterinary science. The highlight of the campus news are the final examination results. Other campus news reports on the winners of various scholarships, a visit to the Toronto Stock Yards, and a letter from Dr. Ross. The Alumni column provides an update of the Annual Alumni Association meeting, and alumni updates. The Macdonald Institute column speculates what the Class of 1928 will accomplish by 1950, and provides alumnae updates.

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, human factor, standard of living, rural economy, beef industry - South Africa, Japan, Japanese, alfalfa, sweet clover, non-native crops, veterinary science - history, sugar cane - Cuba, matrimony, humour, Class of 1928, Bits O'Bronze Scholarship, Year 1926 Lecture, Toronto Stock Yards, scholarships, final examination results, Dr. Ross, athletics, marriage announcements, birth announcements, Alumni Association, Canadian National Farmers' Marketing Tour, envisioning 1950, Macdonald Institute, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph, advertising