Continued in this month's issue are photographs of Mills Hall. Highlighted in this issue is a summary of the summer courses offered at the College and a comparison to previous years. Agricultural articles pertain to livestock in Northern Ontario, the arrival of the Mediterranean fruit fly, utilizing fertilizer to enhance tobacco production in Norfolk County, and the success of the student judging team. Campus news reports on the demolition of the Old Residence, Christianity on campus, and the social events for the students. The News and views column contains articles on the advantages of tobacco crops, poisonous wild fruit, and egg size in the poultry industry, Canadian lamb, and propagating perennials. The Macdonald Institute column provides a sketch story on working at a summer hotel in Muskoka, and accounts of the Mac Hall societies. While the Alumni column provides alumni updates.
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Live stock in Northern Ontario; Summer courses at the O. A. C.; The bad new immigrant; Eastern States Exposition; Tobacco fertilizer experiment; Editorial; Do you know?; College life; News and views; Letters to the Editor; Athletics; Macdonald; Alumni; advertising;
L. B. Pett; R. J. McPherson; M. W. Chepesiuk; L. A. Birk; L. J. Chapman; D. C. McArthur; W. M. Gammon; T. K. C. Karr; J. J. MacIlraith; Ian McArthur; J. A. H. McKean; D. Mackenzie; J. A. Stephen; F. Jerome; L. J. LaPointe; A. W. Taylor; J. A. Adams; C. E. Mighton; Miss I. Lockerbie; Miss H. M. Gilbertson;