January 15, 1947

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Sand Hog

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Prairie Comeback

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The Commies Muscle In

Sand Hog 1617
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Sand Hog

They said in the tunnel that a girl had turned Donahue yellow. That was before the face blew
Prairie Comeback 67
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Prairie Comeback

A Maclean’s editor goes back West. He finds a different kind of boom, a victory over old foes
The Commies Muscle In 1213
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The Commies Muscle In

"Control or destroy"—that’s the Communist labor line. Reds control nine unions, but foment trouble everywhere
It's the Altitude 1011
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It's the Altitude

Jo's trout looked like a real monster to Charlie. Strange, though, what high air does to the vision, and the heart!
WHAT PRICE FRATS? 89
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WHAT PRICE FRATS?

You meet all the right people if you belong to a frat—but you must be invited. Money’s a help
Gabriel Blow Your Horn 2021
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Gabriel Blow Your Horn

There wasn't any music. There wasn't any star dust. No more rides to heaven. Then Clutey's trumpet spoke . . .
Each Tuesday I Die 1213
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Each Tuesday I Die

A Canadian cartoonist, Jeff Keate is one of the top men in the bitter business of being funny
You Take Two Foxes... 1819
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You Take Two Foxes...

Fred Colpitts got platinum from silver fox and gold from both of them—and a whole New Brunswick valley got rich
Cross Country 1415
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Cross Country

NEAR CHILLIWACK, in the Fraser Valley, there’s a flourishing colony of 3,500 Mennonites, most of whom have been there since shortly after World War I. Tom Reid, M.P. for New Westminster, who sits on the Liberal side of the House but has a strongly independent streak, recently took them as the text for a protest against group settlement of immigrants into Canada.
"Campbell Here" 2021
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"Campbell Here"

The Swiss gave Clarence Campbell roses—but all the new NHL boss wants is to keep hockey great
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