All along the Mackenzie down to Aklavik all the girls knew the wild and laughing Johnny Muskeg. But only Robina made him think of marriage. Then along came Alwin, the Ottawa clerk, with his pink bath towelsBy ROBERT KROETSCH22 min
He hated to train, and he was a fool with his money. But for half a dozen dazzling years this Canadian Indian could run farther, faster than any man alive. His downfall was just as swiftBy FERGUS CRONIN20 min
In the new-style reports a child competes with himself—not against others. Many parents don’t know if the switch is good or bad and even teachers — see opposite page — can’t agreeBy ROBERT FULFORD17 min
William Hayward’s 7500 sheep spend most of their lives eating their way across British Columbia, coping with nervous breakdowns, hungry wild animals and Rocky Mountain rams intent on adding variety to their haremsBy DOUGLAS DACRE, JACK V. LONG12 min
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