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New Yorker Magazine - October 22, 1973 - Cover by Ilonka Karasz
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 22, 1973 - Cover by Ilonka Karasz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 22, 1973 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: Ilonka Karasz
Publication Date: October 22, 1973
Page Count: 176 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about TV coverage of the Watergate hearings at which Frank Mankiewicz, Sen. McGovern's "political director" testified. Majority Counsel Sam Dash read a few memos written by Patrick Buchanan, Pres. Nixon's political strategist for 1972. Quotes from the memos which told of tactics to be used against the Democrats...

Fiction A Rookie's Notebook by Gerald Graff. A Thoughtful Preview of the Champion Knicks' New Season) Taking the form of a rookie basketball player's notebook, the writer spoofs the "thinking man's team", the N.Y. Knicks. Knick players read Herbert Marcuse, & Thomas Pynchon, and the ideas in these writings affect their play. Finally coach Red Holtzman bans...

The Race Track So Long, Secretariat by G. F. T. Ryall. Rheingold came through with flying colors in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, the richest prize for thoroughbreds anywhere at Longchamp in Paris, a fortnight ago. Piggott rode him. Tells about the race. Rheingold is owned by H.R.K. Zeisel, a London club operator. Barry Hills is his trainer. The runner...

Profiles AN ETERNAL PRESENT by Bernard Taper. PROFILE of George Balanchine, ballet master of the N.Y. City Ballet at Lincoln Center. Writer visited Balanchine & his company on tour in Los Angeles during August, describing 5 days of their activity. Balanchine conducts classes for the company according to his early training at the Imperial School of Ballet...

Fiction Children In The Park by Roberta Silman. The writer, her daughter Jessica, aged 4, and her husband were in London for a year from the U.S. She tells about taking Jess to the Kensington Gardens playground all through the summer. Although some mothers smiled at her, none spoke to her, and she felt lonely. Then a little...

The Current Cinema MOVIELAND--THE BUMS' PARADISE by Pauline Kael.

A Reporter at Large II-WHO, WHAT, WHERE, HOW MUCH, HOW MANY? by E. J. Kahn. REPORTER AT LARGE about the 1970 census. Discusses (all in detailed statistics) the effect of immigrants on the population, which in 1870 constituted 15% of the pop. & in 1970, 4.7%. Discusses the patterns where various ethnic groups settled. Discusses Spanish-speaking groups, more specifically, Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, &...

U. S. Journal U.S JOURNAL: AMERICAN MARKET, LONDON THOUGHTS OF A LATE-BLOOMING ACQUIRER by Calvin Trillin. Writer tells about his buying habits. He began collecting things with the purchase of tapa cloth in the Kingdom of Tonga, for which he had no use. Now he realizes that acquiring is one of the pleasures of a vacation. People expect to acquire antiques in England but the supply...

The Talk of the Town Using Less by Victor Chen. Talk story about the Village Green Recycling Team and conservationist David Brower. The Recycling Team, located at 12th Street and Seventh Avenue, has a lush garden produced by the West Village Committee, and is the busiest of the New York Recycling centers. Trash is carted away by the Environmental Action...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. After Vice-Pres. Agnew resigned (Oct. 10) Pres. Nixon nominated Rep. Gerald R. Ford to succeed him. Though Agnew apparently had no connection at all with Water-gate, he was the highest-ranking official involved in scandal, and his misdeeds were uncovered not by a Senate committee with a Democratic...

Fiction The Chart by W. S. Merwin. The writer knows that there is much that he can not hear, and he wants to take advantage of what he can hear with his limited ears. He wants to hear the tone both pure and entire floating in the silence of the egg. He makes a chart of the...

Books by George Steiner.

The Talk of the Town Kid Pix by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about "As They Were," a collection of 160 baby or childhood pictures of celebrated people, and the book's collaborators, Tuli Kupferberg and Sylvia Topp. He is fifty years old, and she is thirty-eight, they have a three year old son named Noah, and are expecting another child...

The Talk of the Town Party at the Shack by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about a block party to commemorate the passing of the Police Shack, where crime reporters congregated. Writer chatted with Pat Doyle, of the "News...

Poetry This Pain by John Hall Wheelock. This pain you think of as yours...

Poetry The Princes of Exile by Richard Shelton. stand near the gates of the desert...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 22, 1973 - Cover by Ilonka Karasz

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