Until another city builds one, Toronto's subway is the whole country's property. Anybody can ride it, laugh at it, and watch the city fathers fight about it. Even so, it still keeps more people moving far fasterBy JOHN CLARE22 min
When Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster, Canada's only television comedians, went to New York last month to substitute for Ed Sullivan as ringmasters of North America’s best-known and longest-lived TV vaudeville show, it came as a fairly incredible climax to a fairly incredible few weeks.
Today, at 48, Longden is rich, respected and famous. Why doesn’t lie retire? Here are his reasons —horseplay in the jockeys’ room, colts that may become great, and a special "feel" unknown to outsiders. For Longden this is
BEST BET THE VIKINGS: Kirk Douglas, his left eye blinded by a killer hawk, flamboyantly portrays a Norse warrior in this spectacular ninth-century adventure. Tony Curtis (left), a rebellious slave, does not know that he and his fierce master are half-brothers.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
Under strict test for two years, a steroid pill has prevented conception every time. Is it the long-sought answer to the danger of over-population? In this study of all current methods, the answer is no—not yetBy JUNE CALLWOOD10 min
If you were watching the Ed Sullivan show a few Sundays ago, when Wayne & Shuster took it over for the night, it's quite possible that you might have seen our Miss Barbara Moon in the audience. The reason for her presence was professional, as anyone who turns to page 14 will understand.
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