O. A. C. Review Volume XLII Issue 7, March 1930
This issue begins with a profile of the herd sires at the College. The address given by Dr. Christie's at the Canadian Manufacturer's Association, an article on the development of the Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturists, and three letters by O. A. C. freshmen explaining why they enrolled at the College are reprinted in this issue. Other articles pertain to the reports of the National Federation of Canadian University Students and the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union, the creation of new O. A. C. scholarships, and the successes of the performance of "The Mikado" and the Sixth Annual College Royal. Campus news reports on the parties and banquets, the Philharmonic Society's production of "Hay Fever", and another successful Conversazione. The O. V. C. column returns with articles on preventing Pullorum Disease in chicks, aspects of a veterinary practice, and alumni news. The Macdonald Institute column details the changes in Mac Hall fashion, several banquets, and the women's athletic results. While the Alumni column provides alumni updates.