The agricultural articles in this issue pertain to the field experimental work of the Chemistry Department, the nuisance of starlings, utilizing honey as a daily commodity, and the best seed available to farmers. The horticulture article suggests using mulch paper to prevent the growth of weeds. Other articles address the changes in faculty in the Agricultural Economics Department, an obituary for Dr. J. W. Robertson, and the success of the ice cream course at the College. Contributed to this issue is an article from a German student as to why he came to Canada. The National Federation of Canadian University Students column explains how the exchange of students occurs. The Poultry column provides details on brooding chicks and poultry practices in Central Europe. Campus news reports on the proposed trans-Canada highway, and the year-end banquets, promenades, and club meetings. The Macdonald Institute column highlights the final examination results and the alumnae activities, including the formation of the Macdonald Club. This issue does not contain an Alumni column.
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The Blue and White; Professor Joseph Coke leaves staff; First President of Macdonald College dies; Mulch paper; German students in Canada and U. S. A.; An important line of development; Wing prints and segments; N. F. C. U. S.; Poultry; Philharmonic Society; Ice cream course at O. A. C. a success; Agricultural Economics Department; Something about honey; The best seed of outstanding varieties; Campus comments; Editorial; College life; Macdonald; Trent Institute; Athletics; Locals; advertising;
R. J. McPherson; A. J. S. Gesner; M. W. Chepesiuk; L. A. Birk; W. J. Cowie; D. C. McArthur; W. M. Gammon; T. K. C. Karr; J. J. MacIlraith; Ian McArthur; J. A. H. McKean; D. Mackenzie; H. W. Bryant; F. Jerome; L. J. LaPointe; A. W. Taylor; J. A. Adams; C. E. Mighton; Miss I. Lockerbie; Miss H. M. Gilbertson;