ONE THING EVERYBODY at the CBC is aware of is that a little guy — “a little Bob Cratchit,” says Max Ferguson — sneaks into people’s offices periodically and checks the measurements with a tape, and looks at the furniture and carpets and so on to make sure there is no Deviationism going on.By JON RUDDY17 min
DR. WHEELER NORTH likes to wander through underwater jungles of kelp, a giant seaweed that fringes the Pacific coast from Canada to Chile. In his black-rubber “wet suit,” he arches among the two-hundred-foot vines like a giant penguin, while slanting sunbeams play among the brownishyellow vegetation and schools of silvery smelt pass like rainshowers.By WESLEY MARX11 min
LIKE ALL true lovers of Edward Bear I wasn't seriously concerned when his adsentures were translated into Latin (Winnie Ille Pu. 1960) because I felt that the Bear of Little Brain would be flattered at finding himself in a Classical Tongue.By SHEILA H. KIERAN4 min
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