December 15, 1935

FICTION

Green mantle

FICTION

Portrait of Menzies

FICTION

Old-Fashioned Christmas

Green mantle 1415
FICTION

Green mantle

Masks come off and guns roar in the smashing climax of this great secret service story
Portrait of Menzies 67
FICTION

Portrait of Menzies

A new story by one of the great masters of English fiction
Old-Fashioned Christmas 1213
FICTION

Old-Fashioned Christmas

It may have been the Christmas tree, or merely the snow shovelling—but whatever it was, it brought Sally new light on an old, old problem
I Have Skis 2223
FICTION

I Have Skis

A champion on skis, yes; but not by skis alone did Tryg Hildreth reach his goal
Cabinet Portraits 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Cabinet Portraits

Herewith, the "New Men" of the King Government—Included, says Mr. Dexter, are "both firebrands and fire extinguishers"
Memoirs of a Mystery Man 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Memoirs of a Mystery Man

True-life drama recorded by one of the world's most famous writers of mystery tales
Hockey's Miracle Man 1819
SPORT

Hockey's Miracle Man

Tommie Gorman has managed two Stanley Cup winners in two years —Can he make it three in a row?
The Great Tea-Ship Race 2425
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Great Tea-Ship Race

Ninety-nine days of sailing, a 16,000-mile course and the finish a dead heat! What a race!
Crepe Hair and Grease Paint 2425
GENERAL ARTICLES

Crepe Hair and Grease Paint

It takes ten miles of crepe hair a year and scores of thousands of costumes to satisfy Canada's sense of the dramatic
Shots and Angles 2627
Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

TRANSATLANTIC Tunnel" is so colossal, so filled with energy and crazy purpose and so overwhelmingly technical that the producers, you are likely to feel, might just as well have built the tunnel while they were at it, instead of simply making a picture about it.
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