Maclean's Magazine - October 10 1959 Issue *Feature Article: Beothuck Indians Murdered For Fun / Duddy Kravitz

92 pages. Contents: Cover illustration by Don Anderson of high school football final - view of field from beneath bleachers; Is our youth equipped to face the future? - by Sidney Katz; Will Germany's Krupp become Canada's biggest mining man?; The World According to Duddy Kravitz - conclusion of excerpts from the new and major Canadian novel by Mordecai Richler; Why I'm Through with Sports, by Red Storey; Holiday Weekend in Victoria; The Beothuck Indians of Newfoundland - They are extinct today because, for more than two centuries a favourite sport of the island's whites was hunting the natives like big game; What are you afraid of; How Innocent card players become bridge fiends. Many nice ads, often in colour. Great colour GWG (Great Western Garment) ad inside front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. Sound copy. Please note: Table of Contents has been removed and is not included.