Agricultural articles in this issue pertain to fruit crops on the Canadian Prairies, cold storage of fruits and vegetables, and obtaining tree saplings for reforestation. Printed in this issue is the first prizewinning technical article on Ontario butter, and the second prizewinning short story. Two student articles provide an overview of Macdonald Agricultural College in Quebec and its similarities to the Ontario Agricultural College and Macdonald Institute, and the conditions at the Six Nations of the Grand River. Other articles address the Farmers' Conference week at the O. A. C., agricultural education in B. C., and the National Conference of Canadian Students. The editorial comments on Professors providing a lecture outline prior to the lecture. Campus news reports on the success of the Conversat, welcoming the new short course students, and indoor athletic activities. The Alumni column notes the attendees of the Central Alumni Banquet, the 1922 reunion, and alumni and alumnae updates. The Macdonald Institute column highlights the guest lecture by an alumna regarding the need for dieticians, and alumnae updates.
The Gifts I Ask; Acidity and salt content of Ontario butter; Phantoms of the Prairies; Macdonald Agricultural College; Progress of the Six Nations Indians; Fruits on the Canadian Prairies; Earth's Innocence; Farmers' Conference week at O. A. C.; Cold storage of fruits and vegetables; Agricultural education in British Columbia; The National Conference of Canadian Students; How to secure trees for reforestation; Editorial; College life; The Conversat; Macdonald; Athletics; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
MacKellar McArthur; A. E. Davey; H. K. McCharles; Miss E. McArthur; A. A. Werner; O. E. Cameron; W. H. Upshall; D. R. Kelley; J. F. Fraser; A. G. Kirstine; A. D. Hember; A. H. Kennedy; G. R. Lane; E. J. Dyce;