Circulation Department prizes. Painting and clock.
Tennis Tournament - Draw secretary Ian MacDonald sorts out entries.
Stan Burke, Bulletin reporter, interviews Isaac J. Pitman, head of the international Pitman business school empire, on shorthand methods.
Member of the party sent to set up the first signals station in the Canadian north, Lt.-Col. W. W. Lockhart, command signals officer of Alberta, British Columbia, N. W. T. and Y. T., is now preparing to observe the 25th anniversary of the system.
Jim McCurdy of the Bulletin Sports Department sorts out entries for the Kentucky Derby contest.
"Match the Twins" contest winners: Fourth place prize winner Mrs. Thomas Shaw with radio-phonograph.
"Match the Twins" contest winners: Third prize winner Mrs. John Havrelock with washing machine.
"Match the Twins" contest winners: Second prize winner Bernie Chandler with new refridgerator.
"Match the Twins" contest winners: Norah Moran, grand prize winner of $1000 with sister Margaret.