They’re baleful-eyed escape artists. But already infatuated faneiers have installed a million of these pocket-sized parrots in split-level cages across the land, and they may soon make the doir man’s second-best friendBy McKenzie Porter17 min
Canoe-happy kids al camp still use the centuries-old Indian model that made Canada famous but elsewhere the canoe is joining the jet age with glass and aluminum bodies, collapsible frames and mounts for motors. They even piggyback on planesBy Robert Thomas Allen16 min
BEST BET INDISCREET: Those veteran smoothies, Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant, are both at the top of their form in this sophisticated romantic comedy. London is the locale, and the lovers are an unmarried glamour-girl of the theatre and a NATO monetary expert who offers her every devotion short of the altar.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
When JIM TRIMBLE Isn’t bossing his Grey Cup champions by brute force, his best fans wouldn’t know him. Singing tenor in a church choir is only one of the sinister pastimes of the man who calls himself the best coach in footballBy Trent Frayne16 min
If you live in British Columbia you can expect to get a different cover on this copy of Maclean's from that received by readers in the rest of Canada. Most of the country will see Duncan Macpherson's painting of a baseball scoreboard (above) but British Columbians will see the more poster-like cover reproduced to its right.
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