What can one say about a 60-yearold professor who insists on swimming in the University of Toronto’s Hart House pool all togged out in goggles and fins? One can’t be sure, of course, but the word eccentric springs to mind. Then there is his accuser—Ms. Beverley Torfason, a part-time student whose fears were aroused by the aquatic professor.By BARBARA AMIEL5 min
There was this pitiful scene the other morning. It was the chilly end of March, and the man in a thin sports jacket shivered as he stood in the parking lot outside the large Toronto office building on Bay Street. Inside, there was a spacious mall and an atrium that reached up seven stories.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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