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O. A. C. Review Volume 46 Issue 4, January 1934

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 46 Issue 4, January 1934
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: The leading article is a profile of alumnus John Bracken, Premier of Manitoba. Articles in this issue pertain to defending the livestock judging teams, the coup of having an international debate at the College, and the latest research on genetic experiments on tomatoes. Campus news reports that few of the women are attending the dances, that the Ted Wildman Trophy was awarded to George Mills, a student writes of a day-in-the-life of a college student, and the results of the Christmas examinations. Other articles address the history of the founder of Guelph - John Galt, and the annual meeting of the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union. The Alumni Record supplies alumni updates. The Macdonald News column highlights the work of alumnae who established the South African Women's Agricultural Movement, an organization similar to the Women's Institutes in Canada.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/13889
Date: 1934
Rights Holder: University of Guelph


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