This issue begins with the address given by Sir Clifford Sifton at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Agricultural articles pertain to pursing new markets for Canadian livestock, grading purebred sheep, the work of the Dominion Seed Branch, and the breeders' meetings in Toronto. Professor Unwin continues his series on Canadian literature, while John Lewis of The Globe provides suggestions for future journalists. A five-year B. S. A. degree is proposed for the College. Included in this issue is a history of the Navy League of Canada. The editorial pays tribute to the champion Assault-at-Arms team. Campus news reports on the Returned Men's Dance, the theatre production of "A Pair of Spectacles", and the Annual Oratorical Contest. The Alumni column contains alumni and alumnae updates. The Macdonald Institute column highlights the stunt night in February.
The natural resources of Canada; A new market for Canadian livestock; Canadian literature: a series; France: Xmas, 1914; Pure bred ram grading; A word to the would-be journalist; The Dominion Seed Branch; A five-year course at the O. A. C.; The Navy League of Canada; A glimpse of Northumbrian life; The Breeders' meetings; Editorial; Macdonald; College life; Athletics; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
F. B. Hutt; McK. McArthur; L. H. Hanlan; Miss A. Gilchrist; R. J. Rogers; O. R. Evans; J. C. Graham; E. N. Buckley; R. A. Hocking; H. C. Elliott; W. A. Young; H. M. Baron; G. N. Ruhnke;