THIS IS the story of the resourcefulness, stamina and courage displayed by a handful of men and women and a string of cow ponies on British Columbia’s remote cattle frontier in September 1935. The flip of a coin with my ranching partner, Panhandle Phillips, gave me a chance to ride from our horse camp on the remote headwaters of the Blackwater River 50 miles to our nearest neighbors at Anahim Lake for our mail and a packhorse-load of grub.By RICHMOND P. HOBSON27 min
Last June Arthur Irwin, who retires as Editor of Maclean's with this issue, was asked to define the Canadian to an American audience at Buffalo. The great interest aroused by his speech leads the editors to publish it here as his last staff contribution to the magazineBy W. ARTHUR IRWIN18 min
Moonlight and mockingbirds weren’t for her. Love was ¡ust a biological trap, Julie said. Which made it tough for a hearts-and-flowers guy like Jake, who wanted to be trapped.By LT. ALFRED J. CARTER17 min
More than 2 million Canadians listen as Bert Pearl and his Happy Gang chortle their way into their 13th year. But the laughing listeners don’t hear the wrangles behind the wisecracks, the sighs behind the smilesBy JUNE CALLWOOD14 min
A GROUP of German editors recently came to Britain on a sponsored comprehensive tour and it was decided that they should be given a luncheon in a private room of the House of Commons. A member of each of the three British political parties, plus one independent, were appointed to act as hosts.By BEVERLEY BAXTER9 min
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