November 1, 1973

PRIMER TO THE NEW HOCKEY 3031

PRIMER TO THE NEW HOCKEY

The logistics of expansion or how to stop worrying about all those obscure new teams
Yvon Dupuis Reincarnate 2829

Yvon Dupuis Reincarnate

What drives the man who drives the Quebec Créditistes?
Meet the McCains of New Brunswick 2425

Meet the McCains of New Brunswick

Great Families of Canada: first of a series
The spirit of the Thirties 4041

The spirit of the Thirties

Understanding the people’s pain and the people’s pluck of the Great Depression
WINTERFEST 4647

WINTERFEST

Old Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, the German philosopher, didn’t think much of winter. In Thus Spake Zarathustra, he wrote, “Winter, a bad guest, sitteth with me at home, blue are my hands with his friendly handshaking.” Well, I never did think much of Nietzsche, with his prattle of Ubermensch (Superman) and his “morals of masters” (although I’ve always had a sneaking regard for one of his lines:
Joy in bad times 3637

Joy in bad times

Can the young find a new spiritualism?
MISS MODESTY 4445

MISS MODESTY

Understanding CTV’s Carole Taylor, the especially nice celebrity
YOUR VIEW 1415

YOUR VIEW

June Callwood’s article on the Royal tour — Liz Windsor Superstar (September) — while unbearably coy in places, was certainly good reading nonetheless. You are to be commended for giving the Royal tour the prominence it merited. I reject, however, two of the article’s underlying assumptions: that “Liz Windsor” reawakened something that had been forgotten in Canada, and that the final layer of Miss Callwood’s metaphorical egg is impenetrable.
MEMOIRS OF A NAME DROPPER 3839

MEMOIRS OF A NAME DROPPER

The day Boris Karloff went his way and I went mine
A wise Indian’s reservations 116117
FICTION

A wise Indian’s reservations

“We have been given Earth and Buffalo, who needs more to breathe than air?” The words are those of Big Bear, the Cree Indian chief whose tribe fought, along with Poundmaker’s, on the side of Louis Riel in the rebellion of 1885. The words are also those of Rudy Wiebe, whose novel The Temptations Of Big Bear (McClelland and Stewart, $8.95) is a major event of Canadian publishing this fall.
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