Articles in this issue pertain to the work of the Industrial and Development Council of Canadian Meat Packers, a review of the Canadian lamb market, improving equipment for the raising of poultry, an overview of electric power to rural users, and growing peach trees. Alumnus H. C. Mason shares the first act of the script for his play "Smith Broadens Out". Campus news reports on a visitor's perspective of the construction of the War Memorial Hall, and the Agricultural Representatives of Ontario conference. The Alumni column provides an update of alumni activities. This issue does not contain a Macdonald column.
Harvest Time in Town; The Industrial and Development Council of Canadian Meat Packers; "Smith Broadens Out"; A review of the lamb market; Better equipment for growing our chick crop; Hydro-electric power for rural districts; Some factors in peach growing; Editorial; College life; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
MacKellar McArthur; A. E. Davey; G. Skinner; Miss E. McArthur; R. Keegan; J. Marshall; A. A. Holman; J. Kellough; S. I. Page; L. S. Kemp; C. Fahrig; G. S. Walley; H. Plunkett; O. E. Cameron;