Issue: 19290901

Sunday, September 1, 1929
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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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MACLEAN'S
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A Son of Eli
Commencing a novel of Rebellious Youth in Quest of Lost Content
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W. G. HARDY
UP THE road from Eldad church toward Honey’s farm a dilapidated mare came slowly, pulling a dilapidated buggy behind her. In the rig sat Richard Noice, leaning forward in his seat, his snowwhite beard stirred gently by a vagrant breeze, his fierce eyes under the heavy tufts of his eyebrows fixed malignantly on the buildings in front of him.
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Anglo-Canadian Trade
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A MEMBER of the executive staff of the London Times Trade and Engineering Supplement, Charles H. Luke, has been touring Canada on a special business mission. Briefly, his object has been to ascertain what British manufacturers must do in order to get more business from this Dominion.
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Assimilation
“We should let the immigrant grow as what he is; not as what we think he ought to be"
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FREDERICK PHILIP GROVE
WE ARE worried today over ethnic problems. By certain persons —or shall I call them interests?—a formidable-looking indictment has been drawn up against the immigrant. A great deal is being said about preferred and non-preferred nationalalities.
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The Man With a Memory
A story of intrigue in that part of South America where politics wax hot as the climate
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H. DE VERE STACPOOLE
I MET him on a Spanish-American boat. He seemed to be a man of no particular nationality, helped out with a slight American accent, and his name was Shayler. He was a person I could have flown from at sight, only you can’t fly far on a seven-hundred-ton intermediate, and besides there was nothing else to perch with in the way of conversational humanity but fat Argentine women and their families, and Jews from Port Alegre.
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To Europe via Cochrane
Destiny has marked the Cochrane-Reykjavik route as one of the great air lanes of the future
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EARL HANSON
THE fever for suicidal transatlantic flights seems luckily to be subsiding. Public opinion as well as governmental pressure on both sides of the ocean are putting a stop to these courageous attempts “in the interests of science”—and, perhaps, in the interests of the pilots and the newspapers as well.
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Your Young Men Shall See Visions
And down in the Maritime Provinces they are making dreams come true
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P. D. L.
EVERY day at the Yarmouth docks you can see them going to Boston, the ambitious young Nova Scotians, to pull the same trick that the Cyrus Eatons and Delancey Harrises have pulled in Yankecland. Few of them are going to do what the two boys from Pugwash and Annapolis Royal did, but the hopes are high and they go because—as they tell if asked — there is no opportunity in Nova Scotia for an ambitious young man.
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Canadians and the Victoria Cross
Being the final chapter in the heroic record of deeds by which Canadians won the award “For Valor”
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W. W. MURRAY
FIFTY-SIX of the sixty-one recipients of the Victoria Cross received the distinction in eleven of the seventeen “battles”—as distinct from “local actions” —in which the Canadian Corps participated. The remaining five earned the decoration in less extensive operations, or during engagements in which Canadians took part in small units and not as a corps.
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Betty Ann’s Villain
A tale of calf-love scorned, of a suicide that flopped and a revenge that was sweet
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CEYLON HOLLINGSWORTH
I DON’T know whether it should be termed a disease, an accident or a blessing. Boys of twelve and upward are constantly exposed to its ravages, while the high-school senior, toughened by outdoors and pickled in the brines of sophistication, is apparently its favorite meat, or mark.
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Devil-Ride
Recording the thrills and spills of a duel between the Fanning Kid and “that horse, Funeral”
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ROLLIN BROWN
THE day they brought that black two-year-old into the Crowfoot T. corrals was like any other spring day down there in Texas. Except that it happened to be the Kid’s thirteenth birthday. Old Man Tully had bought the Kid his first man’s size saddle as a present, chaps and spurs to go with it.
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Battling the Bug Battalions
Insect marauders cost Canada $175,000,000 a year; hence the never-ending war being waged for their destruction
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A. G. DEXTER
EACH year Canada is the cockpit of a struggle more fierce and sanguinary than words can describe, and while never a drop of human blood is shed, the financial loss to this Dominion is so staggering that— except to those whose duty it is to serve in the front line trenches—it must seem incredible.
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Inheritance
Concerning a respectable parent from Toronto who learned to talk like an ashman and act like a pirate
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FRED SLOMAN
THIS is the story of a little man who wore a white collar and was proud. He had nearly a million dollars that his uncle in Australia had given him, and he had two sons, and a daughter who came last. He had a beautiful wife who looked lovely in pearls.
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A Gladiolus Wizard
The story of a Canadian plant breeder whose success with a “hobby” made him world-famous
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BRUCE M. PEARCE
MOST men have a hobby. Many men retire from active business life and spend their declining years in pursuit of a hobby. This is the story of a Canadian whose hobby became the motivating factor in his life, took him almost completely away from his business, netted him a snug fortune and made him world-famous.
Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0017.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Europe is Hotbed of Spies
Despite Peace Treaties, Rival Nations Keep Open Underground Channels of Intrigue.
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EMERY DERI
THE gentle spy we have always with us, according to Emery Deri, writing in the New York Times. “The romantic trade,” he says, “did not die out with the termination of the World War; it is still flourishing in our present era of peace pacts and amid projects for disarmament.
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CHRYSLER
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CHRYSLER
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Great Editor Drops Reins
C. P. Scott, of Manchester Guardian Resigns After 57 Years in Editorial Chair.
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NATION
ATHENAEUM
THE announcement that Mr. Scott has resigned the editorship of the Manchester Guardian,” says the Nation and Athenaeum, “strikes the imagination of the journalist, as the announcement in 1894 that Gladstone had resigned the office of Prime Minister struck the imagination of the politician.
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Midnight Golf Attracts Fans
Artificial Lighting Enables Enthusiasts to Indulge Craving Twenty-four Hours Long.
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R. W. SHENTON.
IT WAS bound to come. We have had tennis by artificial light, lawn bowls by electricity—and now here is golf, more or less complete, at midnight. Writes R. W. Shenton in Light. “You can now play golf at night. You can also play in a pouring rain and not get wet.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Musical Note—The butcher knows his scales, even though he gives his hands a weigh.—London Evening Free Press. Mixed—“Is she progressive or conservative?” “I don’t know. She wears a last year’s hat, drives a this year’s car, and lives on next year’s income.”—Moose Jaw Times.
Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0023.xml
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Please accept the thanks of a Canadian citizen for your article “Why United States Textbooks in Canadian Schools?” by H. Napier Moore, in your issue of July 1st. The subject is of national importance because our children’s pride and loyalty are being in some degree diverted to another land during the most impressionable years of life.
Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0025.xml
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Sudbury Nickel Fed German Guns
War-time Supplies Reached Fatherland Via United States and Scandinavia, Says British Industrialist.
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FINANCIAL POST
ONCE and again, at long last, we get a fragment of “the truth about the war.” The Financial Post exposes one this time, reporting Sir Thomas Holland’s presidential speech to the British Association for the Advancement of Science. “Sir Thomas spoke of how Ontario nickel was imported by Germany from Canada via the United States and Scandinavian countries, and ‘we thus had the mortification of finding that, through our own previous shortcomings in metallurgical industries, we were compelled to face lethal munitions made from our own ores.’
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Edison Seeks A Genius
Will Subject Forty-nine Youths to Famous Questionnaires— Psychologists Sceptical of Results.
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SCIENCE NEWS-LETTER
THOMAS A. EDISON is a Diogenes with a difference. Whereas the former was engaged in looking for an honest man the great inventor is more ambitious —he is searching for a genius. According to Science News-Letter, forty-nine youths, nominated by “governors,” are to be sent on to Mr. Edison’s laboratory, there subjected to one of the famous East Orange Wizard’s questionnaires.
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USL BATTERY LIMITED
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USL BATTERY LIMITED
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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THE RUBBER GROWERS ASSOCIATION
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THE RUBBER GROWERS ASSOCIATION
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Robot Ships are Here, Says Times
British Correspondents View Spectacle of Wireless-Controlled Warship Under Battle Conditions.
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LONDON TIMES
YEARS ago some inspired writer of naval fiction devised a battleship steered and fought by mysterious ‘waves’ from afar. He was incontinently snickered at by the know-it-alls, as is the usual fate of prophets. The following extracts from the report of a correspondent of the London Times show that the unfortunate man was a pretty accurate forecaster after all.
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FRIGIDAIRE
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What Makes A Professional?
Amateurs, Watch Your Step, Says Sports Writer—Boundary Line is Dangerously Hazy.
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GUY M. WELLS.
WHAT act or omission to act confers on the athlete or sportsman the stigma of “professional?” What must a man—or woman—avoid, in these latter days and on this continent, to retain simon-pure the amateur status in sport? According to Guy M. Wells, sports editor of the Cleveland Press, the whole question is one of anomaly and confusion.
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RICE KRISPIES
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It Looks Like a Real Ship
Here are the instructions for building a realistic indoor commercial model that flies
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MERRILL HAMBURG
WHEN theindoor commercial model is in flight, it looks for all the world like a big transport plane with a load of freight. It flies steadily, and rides over minor air disturbances like a comfortable sedan over small bumps. Readers of MacLean’s Magazine who have built the “flying stick” models described in previous articles will find a new thrill in the indoor commercial.
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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A Column About People
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VERY few of us can lay claim to the honor of giving a millionaire his start in life, though most of us feel that we do our part in contributing with fair regularity to the money bags of Midas. Lord Northcliffe’s name cropped up in a discussion of the kings of journalism, and, needless to say, he came in for his share of comment.
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They Thrive on All-Meat Diet
Stops Falling Hair, Cures Colds, Improves General Health, Claim Explorers.
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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
VEGETARIANS who believe a carnivorous diet detrimental to health will derive scant comfort from a piece of research described in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The Arctic explorer Stefansson and a former Arctic confrère, Andersen, went on an exclusive meat diet for a year, beginning in February of 1928, and were intensively studied from every clinical angle by scientists under the direction of the noted biologist, Professor Raymond Pearl of Johns Hopkins University.
Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0044.xml
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STEWART-WARNER RADIO
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0045.xml
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MAURICE J. WALSH LIMITED
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MAURICE J. WALSH LIMITED
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FISH BRAND
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0055.xml
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0058.xml
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PHILCO PRODUCTS LIMITED, TORONTO
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PHILCO PRODUCTS LIMITED, TORONTO
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0059.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0060.xml
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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THE YALE & TOWNE MANUFACTURING CO.
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THE YALE & TOWNE MANUFACTURING CO.
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Maclean's_19290901_0042_017_0063.xml
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EVEREADY
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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Savory Luncheon Dishes
Scores of appetizing dishes can be made up at short notice with a creamed sauce as a base
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KATHERINE M. CALDWELL
THE made-up dish that is light or semi-light in character is one of great usefulness. We like it for luncheon—quite as much for the luncheon of some pretensions as for the little family meal which may be no more than a matter of well-assembled leftovers.
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Drollery in Decoration
Comic relief has its place in the art of furnishing, hence the ever-growing popularity of the grotesque
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MARY AGNES PEASE
WHILE on a trip to the Pacific Coast this summer, I came across a Frenchwoman who was visiting Canada for the first time. She was most enthusiastic in her remarks about the beauty of the country as glimpsed from the train window. “It is so vast,” she said. “It is almost frightening.”
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Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co.Ltd.
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Many Contributing Factors Affect Trend of Stock Values
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A. W. BLUE
IT'S smart to be thrifty,” runs the advertising slogan of a leading New York departmental store. And equally so, in investment matters as in the realm of commerce, it is not only “smart” but may, and should, prove distinctly profitable to be thrifty.
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE
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Financial Queries
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Question—I wrote you some time ago about placing some British war loans, which I thought the Imperial Government would be retiring, in Canadian securities. They did not do so, however, and I still have the bonds, but am considering selling them and investing the proceeds in Canada.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Ancient History—Waiter: “Has your order been taken?” Waitee: “Yes, and so was my photograph when I was a child.”—Montreal Star. Filled Up—Father: “I hear you are always at the bottom of the class. Can’t you get another place?” Son: “No, all the others are taken.— Vienna Kikeriki.
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GUTTA PERCHA & RUBBER, LIMITED
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IT IS sometimes asserted by those who ought to know better that school-teachers do not make successful writers. In fact, it is traditional in some editorial offices that anything a teacher writes is sure to be “dry” and therefore unpalatable to the ordinary reader; and, rightly or wrongly, I have frequently heard this or that article or story condemned to the limbo of unpublished manuscripts with the laconic comment, “too academic.”
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THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY OF LIMITED
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