Religion: Arctic Bishop

Eskimo winters are long and dreary. Summers are short and dreary. When Eskimos are not busy mushing about, gobbling raw meat and candles, they sit down for a rubber of bridge. And many Eskimos play rather well, too. At Churchill, Canada's new wheat port on Hudson Bay (TIME, Sept. 14), 30 men meet regularly for jump-bids and approach-forces throughout the winter. For one of these there had to be a substitute last week; Arsene Turquetil had laid aside his cards, put on his fur cap and gone...

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