February 15, 1948

Fiction

LITTLE PITCHER

Fiction

HOCKEY’S MERRY GODMOTHER

Fiction

OUT-OF-TOWN ASSIGNMENT

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Fiction

LITTLE PITCHER

A lady in distress, a thrilling race against death in a flood and a different kind of hero —in this story he gets rescued
HOCKEY’S MERRY GODMOTHER 2425
Fiction

HOCKEY’S MERRY GODMOTHER

Mrs. Hilda Donati, who once let a referee have it right on the snoot, runs Canada’s queerest hockey league
OUT-OF-TOWN ASSIGNMENT 1011
Fiction

OUT-OF-TOWN ASSIGNMENT

They all said Nan could handle a crime story like a man. That’s why it was a shock to see her suddenly go for the woman’s angle
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

Price Rocket by the Tail
Larceny For Sale 1213
General Articles

Larceny For Sale

There’s easy money in loaded dice, marked cards and phony midway games. But not for you, Sucker!
The Pigeon and the Eagle 1819
Fiction

The Pigeon and the Eagle

Mike had just been married and all he could talk about was Rita— which was kind of funny because his wife’s name was Sally
Cross Country 1415
General Articles

Cross Country

THE MARITIMES
THE CBC’S TOWER OF BABEL 2021
General Articles

THE CBC’S TOWER OF BABEL

Through its International Service, Canada talks to the world in eight tongues — at cost of a dime a year per citizen
BEAT IT OUT, BOY! 1617
General Articles

BEAT IT OUT, BOY!

In a strange world of batter heads, paradiddles and ratamacues, drummers practice the rites that make you feel primitive as you prance
Canada’s a Belgium For Husbands, Anyway 5253
MAILBAG

Canada’s a Belgium For Husbands, Anyway

Canada and Belgium The author of “Canada—Next Belgium?” (by A. R. M. Lower, Maclean’s, Dec. 15) misses some main points. Unlike Canada, Belgium did not agree beforehand to be a base of the operations of one nation against another . . . Indeed, she resisted, and so today does not share the defeat of Germany, but is an independent and honored nation.
THE MYSTERY OF MIGRATION 1213
General Articles

THE MYSTERY OF MIGRATION

Without sextant or compass, birds, fish, even butterflies unerringly span oceans and continents. How? Man can only grope for the answer
PARADE 6061
HUMOR

PARADE

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE 45
IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE

IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE

ON AN average of once every month our ivory tower is invaded by a stern messenger who looks us in the eye and tells us, without shilly-shallying, whether the people who see this magazine are (a) really reading it or (b) falling asleep over it. The messenger represents the independent fact-finding agency that prepares box scores on every other issue showing which editorial items have been best and least read, according to the testimony of a balanced cross section of the magazine’s audience.
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