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New Yorker Magazine - December 2, 1972 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 2, 1972 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: December 2, 1972
Page Count: 212 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. In the Garden State Stakes Arellano, who rode Knightly Dawn, lodged an objection against Secretariat and Impecunious for crowding and bumping on the turn into the stretch. The stewards dismissed the charge against Secretariat but disqualified Impecunious...

The Talk of the Town Covering the Big Game by William Whitworth. Talk story about the ABC-TV coverage of the recent football game between the U. of Alabama & Louisiana State U., in Birmingham. The play-by-play announcer was Chris Schenkel & the analyst was Charles (Bud) Wilkinson; mentions the rest of the crew, which included producer Chuck Howard &...

The Talk of the Town Bombard Him! by Victor Chen. Talk story about an upper West Side community meeting that discussed crime. It took place at the Equity Library Theatre, on 103 St., & was held by the 102nd-103rd Street Block Association, with about 90 people attending and four police officers speaking. Tells about the Neighborhood Police Team Concept...

A Reporter at Large II-NEW CHAPTER IN KOREA by Robert Shaplen. REPORTER AT LARGE about South Korea, & its present condition under Pres. Park Chung Hee, who declared martial law in October. Tells about the implications of this in relation to Park's desire to continue his political power, of which the history is given. Mentions the North-South dialogues that are...

The Theatre TRASHING THE MASTER by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Ride by John Updike. Story begins with an excerpt from a newspaper clipping from the Nov. 8 Boston Globe about the kind of Jordan posing as a taxi driver to see what the people thought of their ruler. Writer takes a taxi ride from the airport to the Roosevelt Hotel. His driver bears a...

Fiction Over by Edna O'Brien. An older woman sorts out her memories and feelings regarding a recently terminated lover affair with a younger man. He is thirty and living with a young woman and their small child. The writer has been married and divorced and her children are grown and gone away. The affair is...

Profiles EARLY VOICE I-FROM FLORIDA TO HARLEM by Jervis Anderson. PROFILE of A. Philip Randolph, black political activist, aged 83. Randolph came to NY in 1911 at the end of the 1st modern wave of black migration to the North. Harlem promised freedom from the color problem, a freedom that is still elusive. These migrants made Harlem the most important...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

The Talk of the Town Builder by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about Harold D. Uris, pres. of Uris Buildings Corp. & one of the most important landlords in the city. The city got its first look at the new Uris Theatre in the new Uris office building at 1633 Broadway last week. This theatre owes its existence to the...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Entire column about black movies. In two years they have reached the same stage of corruption as white punch-'em-and-stick-'em-and-shoot-'em action movies. Except when we were at war, there has never been such racism in American films. The whites are shown as sterotypes of...

Holidays Comment by E. B. White. In line with the government's policy of altering the dates of holidays to give people more time for rest & recreation, we have a suggestion for one more change. Christmas should be switched from Dec. 25 to Feb. 29. This would provide a decentinterval between our spells of national hysteria...

Poetry Grace by Thomas McNamee. I'll be father to lark and berry...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 2, 1972 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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