PRIME MINISTER KING sits with his faithful dog, Pat, on his Kingsmere porch, watches the Ontario battleground. What passes through his mind as he watches, nobody knows. Because behind Mr. King’s withdrawal to his mountain fastness, far from the battle, there is a story.By A POLITICIAN8 min
EVER SINCE that day, early in the summer, when we came upon a patch of ripe wild strawberries near the fourth green, I’ve been thinking what a fine idea it would be if all golf courses could produce nice little surprises like that—just at the psychological moment.By M. FRANCES HUCKS8 min
INTO PARADE'S Hall of Fame goes Mr. Leonard Crocombe. Not so much because he is editor of that veteran British journal, Til-Bits, or because he started the Radio Times, or because he was the first British editor to broadcast; or because, on a visit here he found Canada very much to his liking.
I DID NOT see that spectacular Dominion Championship football game Ottawa Rough Riders lost to Sarnia Imperials at Toronto Varsity Stadium on the afternoon of Saturday, December fifth, last year, by a 26-20 score, but I did have my ears pinned back against the loud speaker of my radio in Montreal.By FREDERICK EDWARDS16 min
TO JUDGE from the advance lists sent out by the film studios, the busiest people in Hollywood during the last few months have been the musical librettists and the color technicians. Especially the color technicians. You may argue, as many people do.By ANN ROSS5 min
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