O. A. C. Review Volume XXXI Issue 12, August 1919

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Ontario Agricultural College

Several articles in this summer issue focus on agricultural education in Canada and the United States. The agricultural articles in this issue pertain to the development and conformation of Holstein Friesian cattle, atmospheric temperature, small livestock in Europe, the problem of rural flight, and preparing vegetables for exhibition. There are reviews of fruit growing in the Annapolis Valley and horticulture on the Canadian Prairies. Farm improvement articles feature the work of a drainage surveyor and electric lighting. The president of Western University provided an article on academic freedom. The Macdonald Institute column contains nutrition articles on school lunches and salads. Forefront in the Alumni column is the creation of War Memorial Hall to commemorate the over one hundred O. A. C. men who did not return from World War 1. In this issue is a listing of all O. A. C. graduates who have a surname beginning with the letter "B".

OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, Dr. Cody, photograph, poetry, Holstein Friesian cattle, conformation, agricultural education, climatic conditions, atmospheric temperature, Minnesota agricultural education, drainage surveyor, small livestock, poultry, swine, rabbits, goats, England, France, Belgium, Prussia, fruit industry, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, United States agricultural education, horticulture, Prairies, Canadian North West, short story, academic freedom, O. A. C. Review story competition, rural problem, rural flight, vegetables, exhibition, farm power, electric lighting, gasoline engine, consolidated schools, War Memorial Hall, Memorial Hall fund, architectural plans, O. A. C. graduates, marriage announcement, school lunch box, dietetics, salads, agricultural representatives, Macdonald Institute, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph, advertising