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O. A. C. Review Volume 25 Issue 9, June 1913

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 25 Issue 9, June 1913
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: This issue's articles pertain to new agricultural practices, the farm labor shortage, the Ontario bacon industry, training colts, seed inspection in Canada, using dynamite to clear farmland, growing alfalfa, and breeding Wyandotte chickens. Printed in this issue are two short stories by Richard LeGallienne, and Sir Hugh Clifford. As well as an article on beekeeping by Anna B. Comstock. Transcribed is a speech delivered at the Guelph Winter Fair regarding the use of electricity on the farm. Campus news includes an editorial on the virtue of the practice of initiation of new students, and the creation of the Co-operative Society. The athletics column article is regarding the beginnings of modern rugby. The Macdonald column provides an update on women's tennis, the new room created to house the portrait of Adelaide Hoodless, and the Normalities' reception. The Alumni column continues the biographies of alumni who had won medals while they were students.
Date: 1913
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Rights Holder: University of Guelph
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