WHEN William Lyon Mackenzie King resigns and Louis S. St. Laurent is sworn in as his successor, Canadians will have a Prime Minister they hardly know. Two thirds of us can’t pronounce his name (Sahn-Lorahn is about as near as English spelling will get to it).By BLAIR FRASER20 min
FOOTBALL, a form of autumnal violence in which grown men in short pants pummel each other legally, reaches its giddy climax in less than three months when 20,000 people will pay $30,000 to watch the best team in Western Canada exchange bruises with the best team in Eastern Canada for the national championship.By TRENT FRAYNE14 min
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