This graduation number provides biographies for all forty-eight O. A. C. graduates, the final examination results for all O. A. C. students, and the names of scholarship and award recipients. The agricultural article focuses on how Red Fife Wheat contributes to Canada's economic prosperity, its origins, and genetics. An obituary for A. A. McTavish commemorates the loss of one of the few remaining original college faculty members. The Macdonald Institute column bids farewell to another school year. While there is not an Alumni column, summer addresses are provided for the students.
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The Threshold; Baccalaureate Sermon; Virtute Functi More Patrum Duces Graduates 1932; Graduation day; The debt of Canada and the Empire to an immigrant wheat kernel; Obituary Mr. A. A. McTavish; College life; The Passing; Question; Nearing Spring; Athletics; Macdonald; Results of final examinations 1932; advertising;
N. H. Wass; Prof. G. N. Ruhnke; D. C. McArthur; W. J. Garnett; F. K. Anderson; B. E. Twamley; D. T. McTaggart; G. T. Hosie; W. G. Godfrey; E. Kellough; E. R. Munday; E. Martin; C. P. Rivaz; G. B. Henry; J. Cullen; J. Jerome; E. H. Carscadden; G. Anderson; Miss M. Newberry; Miss May Morgan; Miss Flo. Marshall; N. S. Northmore; W. J. Whyte;