A NIGHT Marx Brothers at the Opera” back in brings their best the ■ form: which means either that you will sacrifice your lunch money to see them or that you wouldn’t go on a complimentary pass. There are only two ways of feeling about the Marxes: either they make you exhausted with merriment or they just make you exhausted.By ANN ROSS6 min
ANY WESTERN city might be expected to support a Prairie Schooner Club, but you’d be forgiven for showing surprise over the fact that in Winnipeg. Edmonton and Calgary there are branches of a club organized to perpetuate the memory and traditions of the old ocean clipper ships.
IN November ALMOST and any March part of (and Eastern sometimes Canada, between between October and June), you will meet lots of people who have decided to chuck everything and go to Tahiti to live. They are the folks whose cars won’t start because they are frozen; whose garage doors have stuck; who can’t get the upstairs rooms warm in spite of constant wooing of the furnace; who can’t shake off what they describe as a “coad id the head.” A few, such as Hamish, the composing room messenger, long to go to Tahiti because they saw “Mutiny on the Bounty.”
EVERY freedom NOW of what and things then the professors subject and of academic students have the right to say and to do, and what things they have no right to say and to dobreaks out in our Canadian press. Any new incident starts the discussion afresh.By Stephen Leacock22 min
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