July 1, 1939

FICTION

NET RESULTS

London Letter

Ribuck!

FICTION

Overload

NET RESULTS 45
FICTION

NET RESULTS

In which Mike Bergen and his crimp-eared musclemen proceed to knock "this sissy tennis racket" for a row of gilt-edged wishbones
Ribuck! 1819
London Letter

Ribuck!

Desert perils . . . yellow gold . . . and the strange tale of the man whose honesty brought him to the edge of the grave
Overload 1011
FICTION

Overload

The story of thundering trucks, conniving owners, and a grease-ball who wouldn't be a goat
SEA ROOM 1415
FICTION

SEA ROOM

THE TWO stood on the foredeck of Juanita— Elwell the possible purchaser, and Upson, his adviser— looking aloft at the tall mast of the little yacht and talking in low voices. Elwell, a tall young man with buckteeth and drooping shoulders, seemed definitely enthusiastic.
THE Truth ABOUT THE Bren Gun ARTICLE 89
London Letter

THE Truth ABOUT THE Bren Gun ARTICLE

Any publisher who suppressed the facts of this case would have been derelict in his duty, not only to his own readers, but to the country at large"
Edward Johnson of Guelph 1617
London Letter

Edward Johnson of Guelph

With indomitable will he conquered music, strange tongues and life’s tragedy in his determined invasion of the operatic world
Hot Dogs 2223
London Letter

Hot Dogs

Expert advice on How to make a dog’s life worth living when the heat waves come
London Letter 23

London Letter

Britain Accepts Conscription
Parade 0_21
HUMOR

Parade

OUR splendid Canadian youth has just passed through its annual ordeal of trial and tribulation. From the shores of Nova Scotia to the mountains of British Columbia, hundreds of thousands of boys and girls have wrestled mightily, and with varying degrees of success, with school examination papers.
Wit and Wisdom 3839
HUMOR

Wit and Wisdom

In Fewer Words World Problem—It may be true, as one writer says, that half the people are crazy. But how can you tell which half is which?—Fort William Times-Journal. Vacation Plans—Now is the time to plan that trip to Honolulu which will be cut down to a week-end in the country by August.—Sherbrooke Record.
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