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O. A. C. Review Volume 41 Issue 9, May 1929

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 41 Issue 9, May 1929
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: This issue begins with a memorial address to Dr. George Creelman. Reprinted in this issue is another article on nature conservation addressing the polluting qualities of oil. The school year closes with articles on the Alumni Association and profiles of successful alumni H. R. MacMillan and John G. Glavin. Agricultural articles pertain to the pasteurization of milk, the Dominion Soil Survey, and feeding skim milk to calves. Other articles address the success of the Union Literary Society, and the Young Australians League members that visited the college. Also contained in this issue is a poem contributed by an alumnus. The O. A. C. Review history column reprints historical articles from 1890 and 1910. The highlight of the campus news are the final examination results for both the Ontario Agricultural College and Macdonald Institute. Campus news also reports on the Baccalaureate Sermon, the farewell dance, the At Home, and letters to the editor. The Macdonald Institute column provides an article on preventing obesity, and an alumnae update on the 1928 graduates. While the Alumni column provides alumni updates.
Date: 1929
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