This issue for the new school year begins with articles that focus on autumn activities. Articles pertain to food preservation with ice refrigeration, the need for additional soil surveys, and the winter storage of vegetables. Student contributions include a travel diary regarding the rural conditions in Northern China, and the production of rural community plays. Campus news reports on the success of the Barn Dance, rugby games, and the opportunity to participate in college organizations. The Alumni column provides an update of alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column highlights the benefits of an education in home economics and alumnae updates.
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An October Evening; Refrigeration by ice, with special reference to a new system of using ice on the farm; The soil survey and its possibilities; Rural conditions in North China; The choice and directing of rural plays; The storage of vegetables; Editorial; College life; Macdonald; Athletics; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
A. E. Davey; Herbert Hannam; C. E. Freeman; Miss R. Scott; W. A. Webber; J. M. S. Lang; Fred Gregory; Bruce Medd; Wm. Hansler; Basil Blewitt; J. J. Brickley; F. C. Moyer; W. B. Reynolds; R. Hurtubise;