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New Yorker Magazine - June 30, 1975 - Cover by Ronald Searle
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 30, 1975 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.

Cover artist: Ronald Searle
Publication Date: June 30, 1975
Page Count: 100 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track A Tiara for Ruffian by G. F. T. Ryall. Ruffian, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Janney, won the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont last Saturday thus taking home the N.Y. Racing Association's Triple Crown for Fillies. Her share of the Oaks purse was $66,720, bringing her earnings to $313,429...

Books Civil War by Naomi Bliven. Book review of "A City in Terror-1919- The Boston Police Strike", by Francis Russell. The mayor of Boston at the time of the strike was Andrew J. Peters. He was never reelected and disappeared from public life. He returned to the headlines in 1931. Some years earlier, he had...

Dancing Congregations, Criticism, and a Classic by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Pele Ole by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about watching Brazilian soccer star Pele's first game for Warner Communications' New York Cosmos. He was lured from Brazil and retirement by four million seven hundred thousand dollars. The game was played at Randall's Island's Downing Stadium The opposing team was Lamar Hunt's Dallas Tornado, starring Kyle Rote...

Fiction Cosher and the Sea by Ted Walker. On the south coast of England, a ten-year-old boy waits after school for his older friend, Cosher, to come along the road on his way home. If Cosher comes, they might go together to Cosher's shed and look at his collection of objects from the war- bits of...

The Talk of the Town Detente at the St. Regis by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about a reception at the St. Regis "for the Premier Tasting of Russian Champagnes in the United States." Two varieties were sampled, Nazdorovya Brut and Nazdorovya Extra Brut. Arrangements to import the wines are being handled by Monsieur Henri Wines, Ltd., a division of PepsiCo, Inc., the idea...

Our Local Correspondents The Pinball Philosophy by John McPhee. Writer visits J. Anthony Lukas, Pulitzer Prize winning writer & pinball enthusiast at his home at W. 76th St Watches him play on his Bally machine which needs repair. They go to Coin Row, 10th Ave in the low 40's, which is the pinball center of the city. Tells...

The Current Cinema How Long Does It Take to (a) Fill a Hydrotherapy Chamber; (b) Empty Your Head? by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Le Chat", directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, written by him with Pascal Jardin from the Georges Simenon novel...

Fiction The Man With A Balloon In His Heart by Judith Speyer. A young couple, Marilyn and Arthur, is having a luncheon at their new country home to celebrate the naming of their baby. One of their guests is Dee-Dee, the fourteen year-old child of a couple, who didn't come because the man is dying and his wife is caring...

Reflections THE TIME OF ILLUSION V-THE SCRIPT AND THE PLAYERS by Jonathan Schell. REFLECTIONS about the Nixon years. From 1969 to mid-'72 the Pres. waged a secret campaign to crush the opposition & seize absolute power. On Jun. 18, '72 the 5 Watergate burglars were arrested. Tells how coverup began to conceal that the burglars had been paid with funds from the...

The Talk of the Town Iowa Detour by David McClelland. Talk story about 1975 Miss Iowa Beauty Pageant held in Allaert Hall in the Paul V. Galvine Fine Arts & Communications Center of St. Ambrose College in Davenport. Mentions brief hailstorm. It takes 3 2 1/2 hr. stage shows to select Miss Iowa: evening gown, talent, swimsuit competitions, a lot...

Musical Events Violetta in Virginia by Andrew Porter.

U. S. Journal OBSERVATIONS WHILE EATING CARNE ASADA ON BERGENLINE AVENUE by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: UNION CITY, N.J., about immigration, specifically the Cubans in Union City, one of half a dozen cities in Hudson Co., one mass of blue-collar sprawl across the Hudson from midtown Manhattan. Union City has, by percentage, more Cubans than any other city in America- about 65% with...

The Talk of the Town Exciting Manikins by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about mannequins at Wolf & Vine, Inc. on Sixth Ave. Mrs. Martha Landau showed the writer around. She has been in the mannequin game since 1955 when she joined the Greneker Company, which is now part of Wolf & Vine. She showed him young mannequins in the Contessa...

Comment by Julie Hayden. Comment about President Ford's plan to grow vegetables on the White House lawn, a plan which came to nothing. Fell, the executive director of the National Garden Bureau, in Gardenville, Pa., commented, "Unfortunate...

Poetry Iris by David St. John. There is a train inside this iris...

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