This expanded Christmas issue begins with biographies of the Premier of Ontario and the President of the University of British Columbia. Agricultural articles include U. B. C.'s livestock industry, soil testing for bacteria, the O. A. C. sale of livestock, the Cabbage Root Maggot, livestock judging, and the evolution of farm machinery. European thematic articles address Flemish flax, plowing in England, and the Canadian Soldier Agriculturalists with the Khaki University. The first prize winners of The Review competition are printed in this issue. This includes an article on radiotelegraphy. Other articles pertain to the comedy of the "party line" on rural telephones, and the need to organize committees. Campus news highlights the Armistice Day and night festivities, athletic activities, banquets, and the Halloween Dance. The Macdonald Institute column provides additional details on the Armistice Day activities, and alumnae news. The Alumni column contains alumni updates and a listing of all O. A. C. graduates who have surnames beginning with the letters "G".
Leadership; E. C. Drury: farmer; These Days are Great; Life sketch of L. S. Klinck; British Columbia's University and her live stock industry; The Elemental; Determination of bacteria present in the soil; Comic economics: the rural telephone; A Summer Day; A much needed organization in process of formation; The transmission and reception of signals by radiotelegraphy; What Have You Done?; O. A. C. sale of pure bred stock; Opportunity; Flax in Flanders; Plowing by steam in England; Canadian soldiers at the agricultural shows overseas; Some notes on Chortophila Brassica Bouche; The stock trips: how did you place 'em?; The evolution of farm machinery and power; Editorial; Alumni; Equality; Macdonald; College life; Athletics; advertising;
G. B. Hood; D. C. McArthur; W. A. Fleming; G. C. McCrimmon; E. L. Eaton; Miss O. Gardiner; Miss S. Chase; J. A. MacAdam; W. P. Shorey; H. R. Clemens; S. D. Irvine; F. J. Welland; F. C. Hamilton;