THE PLAYERS are standing stiffly at attention. The crowd has risen. It’s a solemn moment in the stadium. Suddenly, then, that’s over and a whistle shrills. The figures down on the field relax and become real again. The crowd, too, finds its voice and begins to bark encouragement.By Dink Carroll17 min
IN A VERY short time Canada will have a new government and that new government, however uncomfortable and brief its tenure of office, will have many problems to face. It will almost certainly begin with the problems at home, and all our leaders have made enough promises to keep them busy at performance—provided, of course, that they are able to perform.By WILFRID BOVEY12 min
WE ALL have our own private reasons for giving thanks. This year the election results may, or may not, be among them, but that all depends on your point of view. Aside from politics, however, there is a lot to be grateful for, so let us celebrate with feasting and rejoicing in the time-honored manner.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
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