August 15, 1941

FICTION

Turn Back the Clock

FICTION

Fair Weather Sailor

FICTION

RIVER TOTEM

Turn Back the Clock 1415
FICTION

Turn Back the Clock

In which a tox eludes capture and the hunters bait a new trap
Fair Weather Sailor 45
FICTION

Fair Weather Sailor

Katie knew her boats —and her racing—but it was a boat race that taught her she could be wrong about a man
RIVER TOTEM 1011
FICTION

RIVER TOTEM

Like Noah, Tegan had faith but it was really the duck-billed platypus that saved the day when flood struck the desert post at Wallaringa
Peterborough 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Peterborough

Once a lumber camp, then a market town and now a mecca for big-time industry, Peterborough is a bustling city set in a natural playground that teems with fish and game and tourists
SWORDIN' 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

SWORDIN'

They make swordfishing a business, the men who sail those strangelyrigged ships out of Louisburg, risking high hazard for low profit
Miracles from Mud 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Miracles from Mud

The story of gramicidin, potent new germ killer which science has produced from ordinary mud
JOE THORSON 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

JOE THORSON

A quick sketch of the new Minister of National War Services, whose job—by any other name —is propaganda
LONDON LETTER 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

LONDON LETTER

Hitler's Russian Gamble
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Maclean's Editorials

Maclean's Editorials

AS THIS issue of Maclean's goes to press, it is apparent that a showdown is near in the matter of the deliberately engineered slowdown of production in the coal mines of Cape Breton That slowdown, which has gone on for months, has deprived Canada’s war machinery of 500,000 tons of coal.
Parade 4445
HUMOR

Parade

ONE operatives, OF our a Winnipeg ponderable fellow but quickwitted withal, was somewhat fascinated by a curt advertisement printed in the first position of the Male Help Wanted column of the classified section of the Free Press of his city.
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