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O. A. C. Review Volume 30 Issue 9, May 1918

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 30 Issue 9, May 1918
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: This issue's agricultural articles pertain to the sheep industry in Canada, a Massey Hall lecture on better farm machinery due to the farm labour shortage, and horticulture in Northern Ontario. A Macdonald Institute student contributes an article on the duties of a wartime nurse in the Red Cross Voluntary Aid Detachment. In addition, there are short stories by Barbara Smith and George Hood. The Query column answers, agricultural queries send in by subscribers. Campus news addresses the results of the college elections, a report on the Dairy Conference at the O. A. C., and the examination results. The Editorial staff extend a welcome to the women studying at the O. A. C. - the Farmerettes. The Macdonald column extols the graduates to acquit themselves nobly, to practice food conservation, and an update on the activities of the I. O. D. E. This issue features a special column devoted to Macdonald alumnae and the work they have undertaken. The Alumni column provides several military letters, lists the positions of alumni who work at the O. A. C., and alumni updates.
Date: 1918
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Rights Holder: University of Guelph
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