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And, finally, please try to remember that the bulk of Canada's population lives in areas with better or equal climate to that of New England, the Midwest and the Great Plains states. So let's leave out the autumnal-blizzards-and-snowshoes nonsense in the future.
You made, however, an error in a caption. On page 41 there is a large picture of Linda Vass riding John Vass's horse Pete's Prince. You stated in your captions that it was Mrs. Joseph Ferguson riding Vince Dugan's Tumbles Tot. You were wrong.
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Mr. Axthelm's adjectives, "hot" and "dusty," might be applied to almost any American city in midsummer, except that most other parts of the country endure summer humidity at the same time. The temperature at last year's National AAU meet in New York, we recall, reached 100 humid degrees, as compared to our high-and-dry 75. Don Winton wrote us from the Pasadena Athletic Association, referring to the Bakersfield meet as "outstanding." He continued, "It gets our vote as the best AAU championship ever held. The weather was perfect, the service was unsurpassed."
Maybe they had less time than Mr. Axthelm to count "an inexhaustible supply of hard-visaged cocktail waitresses," or to examine "the harsh lives of the local migrant farm laborers."