March 15, 1946

Redheaded Girl Next Door 89
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Redheaded Girl Next Door

George found Rita hard to forget, but Virgie helped him. So did a canine liar called MacTosh, whose bite was far worse than his bark
HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU’RE IN LOVE? 1011
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HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU’RE IN LOVE?

Have you lost your appetite? Are you unable to sleep or work? If so, you’re either infatuated or ill. Real love isn’t like that
BEVERLEY BAXTER’S London Letter 1213
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BEVERLEY BAXTER’S London Letter

"A Great Human Experiment"
The River Lord 1415
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The River Lord

Presenting Towagh the Trout, Mishi the Cougar, and Mokwa the Bear, in a breath-taking wilderness drama
mr.moto in Defeat 45
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mr.moto in Defeat

Shattered in war, starving in defeat, the Jap today toadies to his American "overlords," but hopes to regain domination of the East
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1213
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

They Volunteered for War ... but not for Peace
DEALER IN JOBS 1617
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DEALER IN JOBS

Tired of that old $10,000 presidency? See Mr. Fraser
Diana Breaks Her Arrows 1819
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Diana Breaks Her Arrows

In the grizzly-haunted wilds of the Cassiar she learned an old, old lesson . . . that man is the biggest game of all
Confederation, 1946 1011
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Confederation, 1946

Here’s plain talk on what the Dominion-Provincial conferences mean to you and why we must make Confederation work
TEST: Are You Truly in Love? 1011
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TEST: Are You Truly in Love?

Answer each question honestly, regardless of what you think the correct answer should be. If you have 20 or more correct answers, you are solidly in love. A score of 15 or less suggests that you are either infatuated or just in love with love. 1. Do each of you like the other’s friends?.......... YES NO
MEN AND STEEL 1617
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MEN AND STEEL

Steel is born in flame and sweat of man . . . Steelworkers scoff at the drama of their jobs, but don’t look for others
WE NOMINATE... 1819
SPORT

WE NOMINATE...

The men who know their hockey best pick this year’s NHL all-star team
IN THE Editor's Confidence 23
IN THE Editor's Confidence

IN THE Editor's Confidence

ONE OF the war’s great surprises was to find that the men who did the bloodiest jobs had in them the deepest capacity for feeling beauty. Edna Jaques, the Ottawa poet, reminded us of that the other day. A few months ago, she told us, she was struck by one of Maclean’s fiction stories—“Aunt Em,” by Clyde Ormond, in the Sept. 1 issue.
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