October 10, 1959

The world of Duddy Kravitz 1819
FICTION

The world of Duddy Kravitz

SEE! Duddy's stupendous plunge into the movie business SEE! The famous director with a secret past SEE! Zulu dances— in a film about a bar-mitzvah yet?
Is our youth equipped to face the future? 1213
ARTICLES

Is our youth equipped to face the future?

To many adults, teen-agers sometimes seem obsessed by rock ’n' roll and hot rods—but they’ll be running this country in the space age. What do they think about the vital issues they’ll face? A special Maclean’s survey found many youngsters who believe:
Will Germany’s Krupp become Canada’s biggest mining man? 1617
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Will Germany’s Krupp become Canada’s biggest mining man?

After the war, Alfried Krupp was ordered to sell his steel mills but didn’t. Now, to feed his hungry smelters, he's on the brink of an iron-ore project in Ungava so huge that it could change the trading patterns of this country
The people who were murdered for fun 2627
A MACLEAN’S FLASHBACK

The people who were murdered for fun

Newfoundland’s proud and peaceful Beothuck Indians are extinct today because, for more than two centuries, a favorite sport of the island’s whites was hunting the natives like big game
Holiday weekend in Victoria 2223
A Maclean’s LEISURE IN CANADA feature

Holiday weekend in Victoria

A Maclean’s editor and his wife—though unrepentant Vancouverites—find the capital of B. C. is just as Kipling said. It’s the Bay of Naples with the Himalayas behind it. Is it also a bit of Olde England? Gracious, no
WHY I’M THROUGH WITH SPORTS 2021
ARTICLES

WHY I’M THROUGH WITH SPORTS

To Roy Alvin Storey— Grey Cup hero, lacrosse star and, until last spring, the most colorful referee in the NHL— sport was “my work, my hobby, my education and my claim to a place in the world.” Here’s how it all began
How innocent card players become bridge fiends 3031
ARTICLES

How innocent card players become bridge fiends

A million Canadians play a game called contract bridge. But it’s much more than a game to a few thousand addicts, some of whom have thrown up promising careers to concentrate on one of the trickiest, most demanding mental exercises man has ever devised
WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF? 2829
ARTICLES

WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF?

a sudden sound in the night?
You don’t have to like your job 89
For the sake of argument

You don’t have to like your job

When a matron I know was five years of age she was taken by her grandmother to visit a nearby city. There, for the first time, she beheld sweating, dirt-streaked men digging a ditch. She was deeply disturbed that such things had to be and questioned her grandmother about it.
THE GROWING LIST OF “RESIGNATIONS” Alan Jarvis goes: who’s next? 23
BACKSTAGE

THE GROWING LIST OF “RESIGNATIONS” Alan Jarvis goes: who’s next?

WHY DID THE GOVERNMENT fire Alan Jarvis, the brilliant and successful director of the National Gallery? Officially he wasn’t fired, he just resigned without giving any reason. Jarvis’ appointment had only another eight months to run, and he stayed at his post through a very difficult period only a year ago.
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