Issue: 19670201

Wednesday, February 1, 1967
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[The following text appears on the cover]
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From the Editor
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Playbill
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One of the most refreshing of the seemingly innumerable commentaries on Playboy appeared recently in the supah British men's magazine Town, under the by-line of Nick Stacey, the rector of Woolwich: Playboy, the parson wrote, "is helping to break the Puritanical tradition that leisure plus pleasure equals evil. It is making questioning attitudes in a highly conformist society socially acceptable. Its sophistication, its irreverence, its humor, its exposure of sacred cows ... hypocrisy and double think has let a lot of fresh air into American ... society." Such kudos are appreciated and lived up to, we think, by the pleasures within.
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General Offices: Playboy Building, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611. Return postage must accompany all manuscripts, drawings and photographs submitted if they are to be returned and no responsibility can be assumed for unsolicited materials. Contents Copyrighted © 1967 by HMH Publishing Co., Inc. All Rights Reserved. Nothing may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. Any similarity between the people and places in the fiction and semifiction in this magazine and any real people and places is purely coincidental. Credits: Cover: Model Helen Kirk, Photography by Pompeo Posar. Other Photography by: Bill Arsenault, P. 89; Mario Casilli, P. 142; David Chan, P. 3; Raoul Duval, P. 3; Larry Gordon, P. 41, 80, 92, 142; Carl Iri, P. 3; Marvin Koner, P. 3; Mary Morris Lawrence, P. 3; J. Barry O'Rourke, P. 105, 124-125, 129-133; Pixieburger, P. 3; Richard Saunders, P. 143; Alexas Urba, P. 75. Illustrations by: Ron Bradford, P. 80-81; John Solarz, P. 75.
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Hugh M. Hefner editor and publisher
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Contents for the Men's Entertainment Magazine
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Playbill .......... 3
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Indicia
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Playboy, February, 1967, Vol. 14, No. 2, Published Monthly by HMH Publishing Co., Inc., Playboy Building, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611. Subscriptions: In the U. S., its possessions, the Pan American Union and Canada, $20 for three years, $15 for two years, $8 for one year. Elsewhere add $4.60 per year for foreign postage. Allow 30 days for new subscriptions and renewals. Change of address: Send both old and new addresses to Playboy, Playboy Building, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611, and allow 30 days for change. Advertising: Howard W. Lederer, Advertising Director; Jules Kase, Associate Advertising Manager, 405 Park Ave., New York, New York 10022, MU 8-3030; Sherman Keats, Chicago Manager, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611, MI 2-1000. Detroit, Joseph Guenther, Manager, 2990 West Grand Boulevard, TR 5-7250; Los Angeles, Stanley L. Perkins, Manager, 8721 Beverly Boulevard, OL 2-8790; San Francisco, Robert E. Stephens, Manager, 110 Sutter Street, YU 2-7994; Southeastern Representative, Pirnie & Brown, 3108 Piedmont Rd., N.E., Atlanta. GA. 30305, 233-6729.
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Playboy
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Address Playboy Magazine • Playboy Building, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Review
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Playboy After Hours
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With the Continental tourist season coming upon us once again, it's our opinion that U. S. travelers headed overseas should seize every opportunity to win friends and influence Europeans by communicating with them in their native tongues. Unfortunately, most international language guides--serviceable as they are for inquiring if the water is fit to drink--arm the visiting American with a glossary of platitudes that are wooden and utilitarian but lack the élan, style and verve that may characterize one's native speech. This deplorable situation, however, has been corrected. A British book company, Wolfe Publishing Ltd., has released a five-shilling linguistic lexicon entitled The Insult Dictionary. Aptly subtagged "How to Be Abusive in Five Languages," it supplies the innocent abroad with a veritable arsenal of snappy comebacks (in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German) designed, when delivered with suitable insouciance, to disarm the most xenophobic native. For example, after being shown minisized quarters in a Parisian hotel, the timid American might mumble to the concierge, "Merci, beaucoup." What he should say, according to The Insult Dictionary, is: "J'ai demandé une chambre pour deux personnes, pas un cagibi" ("I booked a double room, not a water closet"). The next morning, in a Gallic restaurant, if the waiter brings an inedible plate of buckwheats, the recommended riposte is: "J'ai demandé une crêpe, pas une crotte!" ("I asked for pancakes, not cow cakes!"). That sets the heart-warming tone of the entire tome.
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Cabaret is a taut, pulsating musical, despite the fact that it shortchanges its heroine. In Christopher Isherwood's original Berlin Stories (and John van Druten's play I Am a Camera), soulless Sally Bowles was the central symbol of decaying Berlin in the late Twenties and early Thirties. In the new musical, the symbol is a flashy, seedy Berlin night club. As the title song says, "Life is a cabaret, old chum." The stage is curtainless; the audience stares into a huge, tilted mirror, which reflects but also distorts. Kit Kat Klub emcee Joel Grey struts out and sets the tone of the show. His face chalk-white, his lips reddened, his hair slick, his manner mincing and Devillike, Grey introduces the morally bankrupt city and its sleepwalking citizens with malevolent amusement. The girls, in thigh-high black-net stockings and satiny mini-costumes, are brazenly sexy. An air of casual carnality infects and enriches the proceedings. John Kander's music is, by turn, tinny and harsh, a little Kurt Weillish. Fred Ebb's lyrics are full of bite and wit. Lotte Lenya, as an accommodating landlady, sings the bitter So What, in which she shrugs that you "learn how to be satisfied with what you get." Grey himself runs through an entire side show of malicious music-hall turns, including one blatantly erotic song and dance with his two lady bedmates. As Isherwood's mouthpiece, played by Bert Convy, says about the curious life around him, "It's tacky and terrible and everybody's having a great time." The show's creators--Kander, Ebb, author Joe Masteroff, choreographer Ronald Field, set designer Boris Aronson, costumer Patricia Zipprodt, director Harold Prince--collaborate masterfully in evoking the mood of Berlin under the growing cloud of Nazidom, a mood of blissful ignorance and sickly sadness. The cast--Lotte Lenya, Joel Grey, Jack Gilford as a passive Jewish shopkeeper--is brilliantly in tune with the out-of-tune atmosphere. There is but one exception. Jill Haworth, a pretty young lady with a passable voice, simply can't swing it as the irredeemable Sally Bowles. She fumbles her comic moments, tries to make up for her deficiencies by pushing her limited talent too far. But even if this Sally isn't "rather strange and extraordinary," as she claims to be, the show most certainly is. At the Broadhurst, 235 West 44th Street.
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Gaul is divided into two parts this go-round. Aznavour (Reprise) and Je m'appelle Barbra (Columbia) are a boon to Franco-American relations. As is his wont, Aznavour sings only Aznavour. and who could do it better? La Bohème, Plus Rien, Aime-Moi--all are handled in the superlatively sad style that is a hallmark. Miss Streisand has put herself in the hands of conductor-arranger extraordinaire Michel Legrand. And the amalgam of French and English lyrics with Gallic melodies proves that, in any language, Barbra spells success.
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Falstatt is a terribly flawed, terribly interesting film. Directed by Orson Welles over a period of years as money became available, the improvisatory nature of its financing has led to an improvisatory artistic quality as well. Sometimes this is welcome--leading to a freedom from the formalism that has stiffened some previous attempts to cinematize Shakespeare--but sometimes the seams show. The biggest seam is Welles' own performance in the title role. Like most of his Thespian endeavors, it is a mixed--if well-stuffed--bag. He has Falstaff's cunning down pat, but somehow he never quite gets hold of the low joie cle vivre that saves the character from being merely a boor. Indeed, as a director, Welles seems least at ease when called upon to re-create the passions of life among the Elizabethan lowly; his tavern scenes are positively prudish. With material better suited to his style--a battle scene alive with the rhythm of violence, the rich yet lonely pageantry of court life (where, as Henry IV, Sir John Gielgud makes his most effective screen appearance to date)--the film has that brilliant finish one expects of Welles. He is also good with the clowns: The sequence where Nym, Bardolph and Pistol are recruited for Henry's army is the film's comic high point. In the last analysis, however, Welles' attraction to Shakespeare comes through as more willed than felt; his least successful efforts on both stage and screen have been his bard beardings. He is a director who must make a property his own; and Shakespeare does not yield gracefully to his tamperings, just as Falstaff does not easily allow himself to be changed into a leading man. Still, any movie by Orson Welles is an event of sorts. Even at his most self-imitative and awkward, there is always present a spirit of artistic daring, of joy in creating a movie, that forces you to sit up and pay attention for that brilliant shot or two that makes the whole business worth while.
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As a man who went out into the Cold War--not as a spy but as a diplomat--writer John Bartlow Martin came back with a writer's dream: a personal account of what it was like to be U. S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic after the assassination of Trujillo, to return home after the ouster of democrat Juan Bosch, and to rush back when the tragic island nation was being ripped apart in the civil war of 1964. In Overtaken by Events (Doubleday), Martin presents his account in what seems to be excessive length (almost 800 pages) and with a chronology that frequently begs for a calendar. But he compensates for these sins by employing a plain-English narrative style that will spill some sherry at the State Department. Martin was caught in a rugged affair, and he has emerged from it with some rugged ideas for Americans to consider. Briefly, Juan Bosch assumed the presidency after a stormy election, as the country's first nonmarionette chief of state since the onset of the affliction known as the Trujillo Era. Besieged by demands of the left for drastic economic reforms and by the insistence of the right that he resist, and powerless to govern firmly, Bosch was a study in futility. Aghast at the imminent political demise of this strange and stubborn figure, Martin counseled him to save the Dominican opportunity for democracy by demonstrating to military politicians that he was no friend of Communists: "I know it isn't true, you know it isn't true, but you've got to prove it isn't true." Bosch could prove it, thought Martin, with laws permitting wholesale arrests and deportations. The president refused--out of weakness, in Martin's view, out of principle, in Bosch's--and shortly afterward was ousted by a military junta. This is but a part of Martin's story, but in it he poses the old dilemma of might and right that continues to trouble America's global policy makers.
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Reader QA
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The Playboy Advisor
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[Q] I'm an 18-year-old boy working at a school for girls two or three years younger than I am. It's a nice situation, but I must exercise great restraint, especially when they try to outdo one another throwing themselves at me. Can you tell me if there's anything I can take to keep myself from being aroused?--M. B., Frankfort, Michigan.
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Playboy's International Datebook
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Patrick Chase
Bermuda, once again, is bracing for the annual bash known as "College Week." It works this way: Each week from mid-March to early April, a seven-day frolic that's literally free for all is sponsored by the local authorities. Monday morning begins with a tremendous party at Elbow Beach that includes lunch on the house plus a big-beat band for dancing. Tuesday's schedule takes you to the Bermudiana Beach Club for lunch, followed by a limbo contest. During the remainder of the week you'll attend calypso cruises, tennis and sailing tournaments, as well as dig gombay dancers and steel bands-- and every bit of it is on the cuff. All you pay for is your hotel room, travel expenses and whatever sport you have on your own. And if you consider that this romantically flowered Atlantic island is only 90 minutes (by air) and $95 (round-trip) from New York, you can see why girls from Vassar and Smith, Holyoke and Swarthmore and their sister schools all swarm there.
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The Playboy Forum
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an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
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a candid conversation with the fiery attorney and author of "rush to judgment," the documented, best-selling indictment of the warren report
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Where All Things Wise and Fair Descend
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Irwin Shaw
he was gifted, handsome, rich--a golden boy--but it took a violent death to make him a man
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The Raffle
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E. J. Kahn, Jr.
they all said she looked like a million--and that was precisely what he expected to gross when he put up his delectable prize
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Cognac
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Maurice Zolotow
once nought but medicine, this distinguished distillate of the grape has been for three centuries the headiest libation of them all
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Where are the Russians?
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John Bentley
<i>with the u.s. and the u.s.s.r. in a feverish race to be first with a manned moon shot, here's a highly educated, dramatized prediction of how it may well come out</i>
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Second Breakfast
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Jerome Weidman
his managers, his lawyer, his priest--they were all tearing him apart, and now it was this big thing with his father
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Quitting Time
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J. Paul Getty
When and how the executive should undo the business ties that bind
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An Expensive Place to Die
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Len Deighton
it was tough enough to set up a secret meeting between a Chinese scientist and an american nuclear expert--but now the French police, a blackmailing psychiatrist and a beautiful woman all wanted in
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Conscription & Commitment
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Representative Thomas B. Curtis
<i>a u. s. congressman proposes a revolutionary plan that would end the draft yet meet our military needs</i>
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95
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World Play
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Ticket to Success
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as a playboy theater bunny, our february playmate stole the show
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102
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She was a calendar model--until she missed a couple of months.
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Eldon Dedini
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High-Style, Wide and Handsome
[no value]
[no value]
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Robert L. Green
new ties and belts brighten and broaden the fashion scene
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[no value]
A Short Dissertation on Lips
[no value]
[no value]
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Richard Armour
<i>tight, grim, sweet, hot, white, red, thin, full, pouting, bee-stung and stiff-upper--all are appraised by an avid collector of labial lore</i>
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The Girls of "Casino Royale"
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Woody Allen
<i>the author-comedian-actor, with a visual assist from our photographers, offers antic comments and ample evidence that these femmes--fatale and fabulous--are the most plenteous and pulchritudinous to appear in a james bond flick, the nuttiest ever filmed</i>
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Richard Fariña
he thought of them invading the south in their buses, stirring things up with their speeches, polluting the places he ate, and he knew that somebody had to be the avenging angel to strike them down
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new portable entertainment and communication gear for the guy on the go
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Vargas
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A Strange Device for a Faithful Wife
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[no value]
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from the Chinese tales of Min-chien
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[no value]
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[no value]
Inver House Distillers, Ltd.
Inver House
[no value]
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142
142
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Ernest Lehman
[no value]
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[no value]
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dolly meets the woolf man
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142
142
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Marshall McLuhan
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
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mediamastermind
200050_19670201_015147.xml
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143
143
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Sol M. Linowitz
[no value]
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[no value]
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copy cat
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advertisement
145
145
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[no value]
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Fabergé
Faberg
[no value]
[no value]
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146
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[no value]
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Buck Brown
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147
147
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[no value]
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Niel
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200050_19670201_015151.xml
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200050_19670201_015152.xml
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[no value]
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Interlandi
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200050_19670201_015153.xml
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152
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Gahan Wilson
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153
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[no value]
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B. Wiseman
[no value]
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154
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[no value]
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John Dempsey
[no value]
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155
155
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Donald Reilly
[no value]
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157
157
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[no value]
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159
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B. Wiseman
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B. Kliban
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161
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A. Erikson
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200050_19670201_015161.xml
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162
162
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Francis Smilby
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[no value]
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Marty Murphy
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J.B. Handelsman
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165
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O'Brian
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166
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Gahan Wilson
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169
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Howard shoemaker
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170
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[no value]
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Mart Gerberg
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173
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Flanigan
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Marty Murphy
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Dick Guindon
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[no value]
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Brian Savage
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
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Eldon Dedini
[no value]
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179
179
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[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
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Charles Rodrigues
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[no value]
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Marvin Tannenberg
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[no value]
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Michael ffolkes
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Brian Savage
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O'Brian
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Brian Savage
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Leo Garel
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Francis Smilby
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193
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[no value]
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Bruce Cochran
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Syd Hoff
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article
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197
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A. Erikson
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198
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[no value]
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Playboy Reader Service
Playboy Reader
[no value]
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200050_19670201_015185.xml
article
198
198
[no value]
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Next Month
[no value]
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"The New Aristocrats"--An eminent educationist and social analyst examines today's power elite, America's explosive and icon-tumbling collegians--by Paul Goodman
200050_19670201_015186.xml
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C3
C3
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[no value]
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Hiram Walker & Sons Limited
Canadian Club
[no value]
[no value]
200050_19670201_015187.xml
advertisement
C4
C4
Display Ad
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
Salem
[no value]
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