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October 6, 1972
Six Pros “Tougher Than Tough”
Huge Photos of Each in Action Positions
Mark Spitz – Great Photos
Appearance on “The Bob Hope Show”
“In An Enemy Country”
North Vietnam Has Learned to Live With the Bombs
8 Pages, Fascinating Story, Including Full Page Color Photos
Some Other Articles:
Bright children with learning disabilities – Long article with the interesting perception that existed in the 1960s and 1970s.
George McGovern Presidential campaign; Senator McGovern trying to salvage his mistakes.
Some of the Advertising:
Oldsmobile Delta 88 – full page color.
Sony solid-state stereo with turntable, including record changer. Get regular cassette player or 8 track tape player – full page bw.
Plymouth Fury – double page color.
Dodge Dart Sport – double page color.
Navy recruiting, including 1919 copy of Navy recruiting poster – double page color.
Ford Torino – double page color.
Pontiac Grand Am – double page color.
Air Force recruiting – full page bw.
Metropolitan Insurance – educational ad about the “gonorrhea epidemic” – full page bw. (Very risqué ad for 1972.)
Marlboro Man – full page color.
Cover is glossy with good color. Some edge wear. Corner creasing at one corner. Rub wear down the spine, with a few small splits. These are cosmetic; the binding is strong. Mailing label residue.
Pages in excellent condition, with original advertising inserts intact. Slightest age toning, as is expected in vintage magazines.
My vintage magazines are stored and shipped in acid-free clear storage sleeves stiffened with acid-free board backing. The outer shipping container is of extra rigid cardboard, providing extra protection for your purchase.