This Christmas issue contains articles on the need for democracy and lawfulness, the forthcoming International Disarmament Conference, and the creation of Remembrance Day. J. M. Roxburg is profiled in the continuing column on successful O. A. C. graduates. A new Literary Notes column provides suggestions from the English Department and information on literary extracurricular activities. Campus news reports on the success of the O. A. C. teams at the Royal Winter Fair, the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago, and the National Hay and Grain Show. The Macdonald Institute column provides an alumna's reminiscence of Christmas on the Prairies. While the Alumni column contains alumni updates and a suggestion for graduates to forward copies of their publications to the College.
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Editorial; The Lawful Mind; In the good old days; O. A. C. graduates at home; Remembrance Day address; Literary notes; Here and there; Alumni; College life; Macdonald; Athletics; advertising;
W. J. Garnett; Prof. G. N. Ruhnke; D. C. McArthur; N. H. Wass; D. T. McTaggart; J. H. Boyce; M. V. Alton; J. H. Pettit; W. J. Wilson; J. A. Stephen; J. W. Becker; G. B. Henry; D. F. Hassard; F. Jerome; F. W. T. Lucas; Miss M. Newberry; Miss M. Morgan; Miss F. Marshall; N. S. Northmore; W. J. Whyte;