O. A. C. Review Volume XXXIII Issue 10, June 1921

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Ontario Agricultural College

Journalist, Arthur Hawkesメ contribution to this issue is a second article on the farmer as warrior and statesman. Agricultural articles pertain to the use of electricity to enhance crops, instructions for creating a fungicide for potatoes, crossbreeding cattle with bison, and a summary of the tractor short course at the college. Other articles address the novels of Thomas Hardy, a description of a meatpacking house, and a reminiscence of building a log barn. The serialized wartime story titled "Apres la Guerre" is continued in this issue. Campus news features social events of the graduating classes. The Macdonald Institute column highlights a guest address by Mary Bollert regarding the problems of women's work. The Alumni column contains alumni and alumnae updates.

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, Arthur Hawkes, journalist, warrior, statesman, Thomas Hardy, seed electrification, crop insurance, fungicide, potato crop, Cattalo, bison, cattle, Mossom Boyd, cattle breeding experiments, pork industry, meat packing house, log barn, basic slag, poetry, farm power, tractors, death penalty, war story, Union Literary Society, Graduation Banquet, athletics, physical training, birth announcements, C. A. Campbell, L. F. Burrows, R. G. Sutton, Macdonald Institute, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph, advertising, H. C. Mason