AFTER Harry Spencer had wandered around a while, inhaling the fabulous salt air, soaking up the fabulous sunshine and feeling a little out of place with all his clothes on, he paused in front of a beachfront restaurant. It wasn’t Mocambo. But it was clean and inviting.By BURT SIMS19 min
PROFESSOR John Satterly’s annual demonstration of liquid air to the first-year science students at the University of Toronto is a noisy, smoky, fast-moving scientific free-for-all that goes on for about an hour and a half amid cheers, laughs, crashing glass, shattered goldfish, breaking balloons, rockets and explosions.By ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN13 min
IN ACTS ballyhooed as breath-taking displays of feminine pulchritude Canada has this year been exposed to more strutting bathing beauties than ever before. Billed as contests an honorable label not open to wrestling shows—most of these parades of girl meat on the hoof (the Miss Canada Pageant is an exception) are as phony as a speak-easy membership, as easy to get into as a bingo game and as naive as the dunce at a school for half-wits.By GORDON SINCLAIR12 min
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