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O. A. C. Review Volume 51 Issue 6, March 1939

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Title: O. A. C. Review Volume 51 Issue 6, March 1939
Author: Ontario Agricultural College
Abstract: The Editorial comments on the College's successful school year in championships, College Royal, and the theatre production of H. M. S. Pinafore. Articles in this issue include the anticipation of Lord Tweedsmuir speaking at the Canadian Authors' evening, a student's travel diary of bicycling through Europe, and the annual Ontario Ice Cream Manufacturers conference. An article is devoted to the history of the O. A. C. Co-operative Store initiated by the College students in 1912. For the 15th year, the annual College Royal was an outstanding success. The agricultural article pertains to chemistry and farming. The English column summarizes the proper use of language, and includes a letter from an alumnus living in Sudbury. Campus news reviews several campus personalities, the Year 1940 Dance, candid photographs from across campus, student humour, and escapades of preparing for College Royal. Brothers Chippy and Chap Chapman produce the Sports column and provide the team results for basketball, wrestling, boxing, fencing, swimming, and hockey. The centrefold is devoted to the athletic champions at the College. The literature column highlights the production of the operetta H. M. S. Pinafore. Alumni news announces that the new Jacobine Jones sculpture is the Year '31 trophy for College Royal. The Macdonald Alumnae column provides alumnae updates and marriage announcements. The Macdonald Institute column highlights how the demonstrations preformed by the students can be a stressful situation
Date: 1939
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada
Rights Holder: University of Guelph

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