THE PARK BOAT was making heavy weather of it, for Rossignol had not been idly called the worst lake in the province, but the tarpaulin-wrapped figure sitting in the stern did not seem to mind. Leaning his body against the tiller, he eased her off as a rearing wave crest bore down upon him, ducked his head so that his hat brim turned the shower of spray, then, while the stern was still high in the air, shot a quick look ahead and pulled the wallowing boat back on the course.By BURTON L. SPILLER24 min
EVER SINCE the amazing thing happened, Rufus had gone over it again and again in his mind. It began yesterday morning with a telephone call, He lifted the receiver and automatically poised his pencil over the pad, thinking it was another order for holly it was only November but already the orders were coming in but instead it was Kirby Dawes, whom he hadn’t seen since college days, booming in his ear.By MARGARET NYREN HOFFMAN23 min
The Young in Heart THIS IS undoubtedly one of the nicest sentimental comedies of the year, with a cast of characters who are all either delightfully wicked or delightfully good. The Carletons— Colonel Carleton (Roland Young), Marmy (Billie Burke), Rick (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr ).By ANN ROSS6 min
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