LOOK Magazine - September 17, 1968

Cover : Dustin Hoffman.

- "Lament for a lost revolution," Prague, seven pages with many color photos.
- 100 Years of College Football by Robert Blair Kaiser, 6 pages with historic photos, and the forecast for 1968.
- Clever full page color Puritan sportswear ad with slogan "Catch her in the Rye," rye is the yellow ochre color for fashion, with small image of Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider.
- Two page color Braniff International airline ad with Sloan Simpson, Regional M pages
- How School Stunts Your Child, illustrations by Hans-Georg Rauch.
- Full page color ad with Miss Teenage America, Stephanie Grane.
- Fashion spread, in Afghanistan, crossroads of the Silk Route, 12 color pages ... wonder what the locals thought of it?!
- Nelson Rockefeller talks about the gap between the people and the politicians
- The case of the missing Arab refugees.
- Summer on a hot block, East Harlem, Neighborhood Tutorial Center, George Marchal, James Young, Jr., Dennis Diaz, Regional M pages.
- Foal's first fling, photos of a young horse, Regional M pages.
- Two page ad for AVCO Broadcasting with TV stars Bob Braun of the 50-50 club and Paul Dixon of the Paul Dixon show, Regional M pages.
- Portrait of Dustin Hoffman, 7 pages with many photos.
T section, when present, may include the following plus more ads.
- Full page Full Service Bank ad with Louise Mason and kids' birthday party.
- Another different full page color American Red Ball movers ad.
- Movie review, "Duffy" with the James boys, Coburn, Mason and Fox.
- Cute full page color United Airlines ad with dancing woman in red, man in black, Take Me Along.
- What's coming up in air transportation? How about subways in the sky?
- Full page Downtowner Rowntowner motor inns ad with scuba diver with telephone and spear gun.
- Two page color Pendleton woolen mills ad in orange and brown.
- Two page ITT ad, the friend of the woman in 17C.
- Full page color Hathaway shirts ad.
- Cool full page Smirnoff ad with Rudi Gernreich and women in odd fashions in the desert.
- Landscaped for over-50 living, Heritage Village in Southbury, Connecticut.
- Amateur vs. professional in tennis, the big con game.

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