Longden has been thrown, kicked and rolled on by wild-eyed thousand-pound thoroughbreds for thirty-one years. Five times doctors have said he would never ride again. Now the famous jockey tells how he always came backBy JOHNNY LONGDEN19 min
Mounting fear and controversy follow every fresh report of teen-age drunkenness and violence. But the facts about youth and alcohol have not, until now, been thoroughly investigated on a national scale. Here isBy SIDNEY KATZ17 min
The dazzling Marks Brothers were the greatest impresario-performers of our small-town stage in the era before the nickelodeon. Here their breathless world of Villainy and Virtue is recreated by a leading lady of the troupe and the familyBy KITTY MARKS17 min
BEST BET KINGS GO FORTH: A tough, highminded little lieutenant (Frank Sinatra) and a shallow, charm - boy sergeant (Tony Curtis) are the prin cipals in this well-acted drama of love and war. In their quite different ways they both fall under the spell of a young French girl (Natalie Wood), not knowing that her father was a Negro.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
In another day William Notman photographed some of the most exotic beards ever grown. Today writer Max Rosenfeld finds that his pays strange exciting dividends. Here, in pictures and in words, is an essay
It’s about time we reported to our readers on the state of the Notman collection of nineteenth-century photographs which was housed at McGill University's McCord Museum of Canadiana with the financial assistance of Maclean's some eighteen months ago.
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