Issue: 19361201

Tuesday, December 1, 1936
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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A COMIC, whose name escapes me, used to provoke much mirth by outlining the benefits of membership in a new service institution he proposed to organize. The idea was that you paid an annual fee. Then whenever you had anything to worry about, or if you felt like hating somebody, all you had to do was to send details to the institute, which would assign a staff worrier or a staff hater to your case.
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Maclean’s Editorials
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Do You Want It Here ?
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FIFTEEN YEARS ago, when Colonel John Bayne Maclean published warnings of organized Com' munist activity in Canada, there were titters from a great many complacent citizens who dismissed as mere twaddle any suggestion that the foundations of our social and political systems could possibly be under' mined.
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FICTION
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They Call It Guna-Guna
Devil's magic out of mysterious Java —The skipper who wouldn't pay —and the woman whose love was greater than her fear
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OSCAR SCHISGALL
I SAW HIM for the first time in five years in a small, clamorous market place at old Surabaja, and somehow it seemed wholly fitting to find Bill Raney in such a setting; anything less exotic would have been a disappointment. At the sight of him I impetuously shouted his name, but he couldn’t hear me.
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We Nominate
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The All-Western
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LAST YEAR the Grey Cup, emblematic of the Dominion Rugby Football championship, travelled west for the first time. This season the West has seen more and better rugby played; a proof that the decisive victory of the Winnipeg club in the Dominion finals last year has given a definite impetus to Western rugby.
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We Nominate
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The All-Eastern
Maclean’s All-Star Football Teams for 1936
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JOHN DeGRUCHY
FOR THE third successive year I have been invited by Maclean's to select an all-star Eastern Canadian rugby football team. I am pleased to be accorded this opportunity to promote greater interest in a game to which I have given many years of my life, but again I am compelled to recognize the shortcomings of allstar teams.
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Small Puddle
Proving once again that it’s not always the biggest splash that causes the most commotion - not, at least, in a matter of the heart
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GLADYS TABER
HOUDINI came from a small town,” said mamma. "And so did Laurier.” Father laid down his newspaper. "Laurier never lived in Appleton.” "No, but he might have,” said mamma calmly. "So 1 don’t see why everybody makes such a fuss over Larry Spencer being from here.”
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Drouqht Drama
Drought has cost the West $1,500,000,000 but now the West is fighting back-Weapons : Grasses, dams, trees, strip-farming, courage
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Wilfrid Eggleston
IS THERE any future for the drought-stricken areas of Western Canada? Should they not be written off as a bad national investment, all settlers removed, rails torn up, grain elevators dismantled, villages closed up, the land given over once more to stock-growers or even to the coyotes?
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The Singing Kettle
Presenting Mr. Treadgold of Savile Row in the strange case of the girl who dreamed she was drowning
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VALENTINE WILLIAMS
MY OLD FRIEND and client, H. B. Treadgold, head of the eminent firm of tailors, Bowl, Treadgold & Flack, of Savile Row, and an enthusiastic amateur criminologist in his leisure hours, had asked me to drop in at his chambers in Bury Street for a glass of sherry.
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London Latter
Canadians in Britain
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A. BEVERLEY BAXTER, M. P.
SOME MONTHS ago in Maclean's I gave a character study of some of the Canadians who emigrated from Canada to England and took up residence in the Old Country. It may not be amiss to consider a few more in the pursuit of truth and philosophy. At the present time the name of Massey looms frequently on the British horizon.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Is the School-Marm a Menace?
Says this writer: "The woman schoolteacher constitutes a fundamental weakness in our educational system"
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ARTHUR P. WOOLLACOTT
MOST OF US have accepted with a great deal of complacency what we have been pleased to call “progress,” without being at all worried by what that much abused word stood for. The east wind which is blowing through what we now know to be a jerry-built edifice, has made it imperative that we examine the foundations for signs of dry rot or other significant indications of inadequacy.
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A SEABOLD FIGHTS
In which a rebel strikes, a plotter is netted and a young man discovers that tropical politics can be too hot for comfort
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MAX BRAND
The Story: In order to please his elderly cousin who heads the Seabold Fruit Company, young Joseph Seabold, though he is not interested in bananas, consents to go to the Republic of San Esteban on company business. He finds that the President of the Republic, Don Ricardo Rodriguez, teas placed in power by his cousin; that Robertson, the company manager, is too old to carry on vigorously; that Marigny of the Universal Fruit Company is trying to put the Seabold Fruit Company out of business; that General Jack Easter was his cousin's right-hand man in establishing the present political régime; that his cousin is regarded as a national hero; that Mary Cosgrove's father suffered at the hands of his cousin and in consequence she is his enemy.
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Little Ships
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H. A. CODY
The great ships grandly enter port, Their names on every tongue, But, oh, the little sailing ships, The battered coastwise trading ships, Come silent and unsung. The little grimy sailing ships, That wait on every tide, They have no lusty pilot boats, That bluster up with raucous throats To be their harbor guide.
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Hitler Youth Camp
Vivid description of the reaction of a group of typical young Canadians to the militarization of German youth
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A. B. HODGETTS
LAST SPRING the German Government issued an invitation to some thirty nations to send representative youths to a Youth Camp. The invitation for Canada was received by the Canadian Olympic Committee and in the pressure of preparations for the Olympic Games, it was ignored.
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Mister Duplessis
A quick sketch of the dynamic, hard-working Canadien who sits in the seat of power at Quebec
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Leslie Roberts
IT HAS BEEN written that Maurice Duplessis is not a bachelor at all, but that his wife is the Province of Quebec. In similar vein it might also be said that the lady married him because he couldn’t be kept out of the House—a roundabout way of saying that the new Prime Minister’s outstanding quality is single-mindedness.
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Twin-Town, N.B., Me.
St. Stephen, N. B., and Calais, Me., swap tire engines, water, gas, people, national holidays—The two towns once refused to fight when their countries were at war
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CHARLES WHITNEY GILCHRIST
SOMEWHERE a fire bell clanged out an imperative summons. I halted on a street comer to watch the fire engines weave through Saturday afternoon traffic which had turned the main street of Calais, Maine, into a miniature Broadway. In the distance more sirens screamed, and as another fire engine streaked past I read with amazement the legend emblazoned on it:
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Shots and Angles
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Shots and Angles
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ANN ROSS
JOAN CRAWFORD is the heroine of the screen’s latest re-creation of American history: she is the famous Pothouse Peg, who made her contribution to American history in the days of President Andrew Jackson. She’s very gorgeous in her latest picture; not a bit of a hussy, but a fine straightforward girl who happened to be too popular with politicians and too bright about politics to suit the Washington ladies of her day.
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The Progress of Science
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MOUNTED ON a hollow aluminum pole to reach up into the trees, a power-driven circular saw manned by one forester can do the work of four men using hand saws. The sixty-pound outfit consists of a small gasoline engine, flexible shaft with housing, pole and saw.
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Madean's Crossword Puzzle
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Across 1. Walks taken for the good of your health. 7. Unable to speak. 9. A cut made at random. 11. African native telegraph. 12. Rivulet. 13. Most conspicuous peninsula of East Asia. 14. This has a bark but no bite. 15. Use your teeth. 16. A circle may have an infinite number of these.
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The Progress of Science
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AN ELECTRIC glove, recently demonstrated before New York police officials as a substitute for the traditional “billy,” is declared by its inventor to provide a humane and effective means of subduing rioters. A touch with the glove is enough to take all the fight out of the most recalcitrant disturber, since it imparts an electric shock with a kick of 1,500 to 5,000 volts behind it.
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
Elihu Yale, who founded Yale University, is buried in a churchyard at Wrexham, Wales. The inscription on the tombstone reads: Born in America, in Europe bred, In Africa travell0’d and in Asia wed, Where long he lived and thriv’d; in London dead, Much good, some ill he did, so hope all’s even And that his soul, thro’ mercy’s gone to heaven.
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Honor Schools
V. Strathroy
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JEAN S. MAUS
A VISIT to the old schoolhouse of one’s youth, ugly and dilapidated though it may be, bare and unadorned, never fails to excite emotions, as thoughts of ambitious struggles, of contests lost and won, of friends long since forgotten, are awakened in one’s memory.
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REVIEW OF REVIWS
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Parachute Army
Experiments in Europe Show That Thousands of Soldiers May Drop Behind Enemy Lines
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BOMBS are not the only things that will be dropping out of the air during the next war, according to Russell Owen, writing in The New York Times Magazine. A small army will come dropping down in parachutes, to play havoc with munitions plants and such, located far behind the lines.
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REVIEW OF REVIWS
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Cheaper Houses
Better Value Could be Given If They Were Produced Like Motor Cars, is The Claim
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WHEN automobiles were built to order, they were both costly and inefficient; Big Business took hold and made them comparatively inexpensive and astonishingly efficient. According to William Feather in The Atlantic Monthly, small houses are still being built the way motor cars used to be, but the day is not far off when Big Business will take hold of them, and then they too will become cheaper and better.
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Safe at Home?
Figures Show That a Large Proportion of all Accidents Occur in One's Own House
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THE National Safety Council, organized in the United States to diminish the appalling toll of accidental deaths, points out that even in one’s home one is by no means safe. Taking the hypothetical case of an imaginary gentleman named Everett K. Seymour, who is congratulating himself after having made an airplane journey in safety, the Council, according to The Literary Digest, points out the danger that he must face in his house:
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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It PAYS to Modernize
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GERTRUDE CRAWFORD
DURING THE last few years, with depression stalking the land and finances at a deplorably low ebb, many of us have been thankful to have any kind of habitation, let alone an improved one. This may have been a sound attitude at the time, but it can land us into serious trouble if carried to excess.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Could you publish something on country life telling how a man in the fifties could, with a few thousand dollars, go and live by producing most of the things he would need, using very little of his capital each year? Ask your readers for letters and information on this subject.
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Johnnie is a Prodigy
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JACK GOLDING
LITTLE Johnnie Clinton can’t read. He can’t write. He can’t spell. But when it comes to doing mental arithmetic, he is a wizard. Age? Five years! Johnnie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clinton, of Montreal. During the summer they live at Grand Bay, ten miles from Saint John, N.B.
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In Fewer Words
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Isn’t Newc Nice? - Green Check: Sorry leave you Friday 1-10. Treasuring three lovely smiles. Newc.—Adv't in London Times. Czars, Old and New Trotsky in exile is quite right in asserting that Stalin is far more autocratic than any Russian Czar ever dared to be.—New York Times.
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The Life of the Party
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Young Bill is a dresser of taste and of style, And handsome is he as the Devil; A maiden's pulse trebles, on catching his smile: He turns heads we all thought were level. His mixing of cocktails shows marvellous skill, And his dancing, they say, is a dream: Oh, he can be witty or wistful at will: His most casual joke is a scream. He's clever and charming, iiieffably bright, He scintillates, yes, and he glitters; His etiquette's faultless; he knows just what's right, And won't give his hostess the jitters.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Good Reason—A very proper and careful old woman was engaging a new gardener. "Have you any references from your last place, my man?" she enquired. "No, mum," replied the applicant. "They wouldn’t give me one." “Why?” "Oh,” answered the man, absently, “I hit one of the warders.”—Literary Digest. Modern Buyers—Husband:
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THE OTHER DAY, thinking that it wouldn't be long before we’d have to he thinking about a Coronation Number, we dug up a copy of a souvenir issue of a London illustrated paper published at the time of the last coronation—that of the late King George, in 1911.
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