O. A. C. Review Volume XXVIII Issue 11, July 1916
Agricultural articles in this issue pertain to the identification and harvesting of wild mushrooms, microorganisms that contribute to disease, the grading of eggs for the export, and utilizing the educational potential at agricultural fairs. An alumna contributes an article on prison reform at the Women's Industrial Farm in Concord, Ontario. The editorial provides an obituary for the late Dr. C. C. James and how the Class of 1919 will be smaller due to the war. The Alumni column provides a supplementary Honor Roll with the addition of new names, wartime correspondence, and numerous wedding announcements. This issue does not contain a Macdonald column. The Locals column provides campus humour.