This issue begins with an article about the history and mandate of the Canadian Officers Training Corp (C. O. T. C.). An article contributed by the College Secretary addresses the need for high school preparation of the new students, while another article provides suggestions for agricultural education in rural communities. Agricultural articles pertain to farm management and the high cost of food production, the necessity of salesmanship in the marketing of agricultural products, agriculture in the Algoma district, and the need to protect beneficial birds. Poultry articles address the limited lifecycle of an egg-producing hen, a humorous article regarding urban...
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