IT WAS mid-September and in Canada husky young hockey players were dusting off skates and sticks. In the United States, managers of professional and amateur hockey teams which call heavily on Canada for their ice talent were polishing off winter schedules.By H. H. ROXBOROUGH12 min
LONDON, Dec. 6 (By Cable). We are within a few days of Christmas and it is unlikely that anyone old enough to take notice will ever forget the Yuletide festival of 1941. It falls on Thursday, which would mean in normal times that the holiday would begin late Wednesday afternoon and go on through Christmas Day and Boxing Day with the week end thrown in for good measure.
THE YEAR’S END found a sombre, sober mood in Ottawa. War with Japan, with peril to Canada’s Pacific seaboard. Prime Minister King deprived of his old trusted Quebec chieftain. A cabinet depleted and crying for reorganization. New rumblings for union government.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK10 min
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