November 1, 1935

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Greenmantle

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King of Sob

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Skimpy, A.B.

Greenmantle 1415
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Greenmantle

In which the lady of the mantilla gives four adventurers several bad moments
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King of Sob

The story of "the sigh beneath the surface" and what happened to Archie when he was found out
Skimpy, A.B. 1213
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Skimpy, A.B.

Drama on the high seas with a bush-bred stripling from Manitoba in the role of hero
Uncle Croesus 2425
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Uncle Croesus

Uncle's fortune was a myth, he himself a pest; but that was before the myth came galloping home in a cloud of dust
"I Cover the Waterfront" 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

"I Cover the Waterfront"

Life is a pageant buillded on drama down where the great ships say hail and farewell
Wings Wanted 1011

Wings Wanted

THE BRITISH EMPIRE became what it is today because a vigorous people living on small islands in the Atlantic Ocean with few natural resources had the vision to see the possibilities of employing long range transportation to develop trade to their own advantage.
Japan Plays With Fire 1415
Wings Wanted

Japan Plays With Fire

An Asia ablaze against white domination is the aim of the Japanese militarists, says this writer
Should We Pass Up the Olympics? No 1011
SPORT

Should We Pass Up the Olympics? No

SO MR. GLADISH thinks we should stay away from the Olympics! Let’s examine the reasons he gives. He says: “Canada’s record has not been so hot;” “only six Canadians, since 1906, have won seven Olympic titles;” "Canada produced no winner of any kind at Paris in 1924;” at Los Angeles “The Dominion made a disgraceful showing in the sprints;” at Los Angeles “The result was one victory which really was little credit to Canada;” and the suggestion that Canadians have been in the Olympics “just for others to beat.”
Should We Pass Up the Olympics? Yes 1011
SPORT

Should We Pass Up the Olympics? Yes

IN A comparatively few months there may be a hustle and bustle to ship a hundred or more athletes to the eleventh Olympic Games of modern times, scheduled to be held in the immediate vicinity of Berlin, Germany. Frankly, serious students of amateur athletics in Canada are not particularly hopeful or enthusiastic about this country’s prospects for the 1936 Olympiad, as the games are popularly known.
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Harp to Pole

Wrestling is a tricky business; also, in this case, a comical business
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