O’HARE had had a vague sense of voices near him for some time before three fingers of sunlight, reflected from a bit of metal on the capstan, brought him completely out of the deeps into which he had fallen. Wong was bellowing: “This is a thing that men will not forget.By CHARLES G. BOOTH
ALTHOUGH it was delightfully cool on the vineshaded verandah of the Perrier farmhouse that evening, young Lucien Dumais was perspiring like a stoker. He mopped his brow with a red handkerchief, ran his finger beneath his wilted collar, gazed longingly at that lovely Armorel Perrier and cleared his throat for the tenth time.By LESLIE McFARLANE
WHEN I READ of Horace Bowl Treadgold’s feat in solving, in the course of a fishing trip to French Canada, the baffling series of crimes known as the St. Florentin murders, I was not inordinately surprised. On more than one count, Mr. Treadgold is a remarkable personality.By VALENTINE WILLIAMS
DOES THE Monroe Doctrine apply to Canada? Would the United States actually go to war to protect her Canadian neighbors from foreign aggression? Could the Dominion count on the assistance of the American military, naval and air forces in the event of an attack from a European or Asiatic power?By A. HARRIET PARSONS
BOB CANDLER heard the thing popping along Wildwood Road a few moments before it skidded around the tum and sent Sultan up on to his hind legs. He caught a confused blur of yellow paint, small wheels that twisted and hopped as the driver fought for control, a cloud of dust and a laugh.By BORDEN CHASE
LAST SPRING the delegates to the annual meeting of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association unanimously passed a resolution that the definition of an amateur, so far as hockey in Canada is concerned, be broadened to provide that : 1. Hockey players may capitalize on their ability as hockey players for the purpose of obtaining legitimate employment.By W. G. HARDY
ON THE early morning of September 17, 1924, Chris Waters, keeper of Turnpoint Light on Prévost Island, off the coast of the State of Washington, peering through the windows of the lighthouse saw an object, apparently a boat, drifting a little toward the southwest of the Point.By N. DE BERTRAND LUGRIN
TODAY people are beginning to talk about Sweden. The news is spreading that here is a country which has successfully tackled her economic problems. With no noise or shouting and no violence, Sweden has overcome the depression and is enjoying a greater degree of prosperity than she has ever known.By F. R. SCOTT
LAST APRIL in the Royal York Hotel in Toronto there was a great stir among the knights of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. These crusaders frankly admitted that the world’s fastest sport was steeped in deception. and hypocrisy; that reform was urgent.By H. H. ROXBOROUGH
TODAY I read Mr. Dink Carroll’s article, “Pigskin Imports” in Maclean's and I was astounded at many of the statements made by him. It happens that Mr. Carroll is a friend of mine, but I did not know that his knowledge of the real facts of football was so limited.By MICHAEL J. RODDEN
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