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O. A. C. Review Volume 37 Issue 8, April 1925

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 37 Issue 8, April 1925
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: This issue begins with an article regarding a historical landmark on campus - the refuge of William Lyon Mackenzie. Agricultural articles pertain to the Gypsy Moth in Canada, feeding baby chicks, and the sugar industry in Cuba. This month's prize wining essay is on how machinery has become exalted. Horticultural articles pertain to saving girdled trees, and beautifying rural homes. The apiculture article provides instructions on how to build beehives. Campus news reports on the annual public speaking contest, the O. A. C. debate, and a guest lecture by Canon F. G. Scott, known as the Padre of the Trenches. The athletics column has extensive coverage of the hockey teams, as well as, the rifle competition, boxing, wrestling, and basketball results. The Alumni column provides an update of alumni activities. The highlight of the Macdonald Institute column is that the 1925 Girls' Conference will be held at the college. Other Mac Hall articles pertain to domestic science and alumnae updates.
Date: 1925
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Rights Holder: University of Guelph
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