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Bugle American No. 35 (June 17-30, 1971)


Bugle American No. 35 (June 17-30, 1971)
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    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 35 (Vol. 2 No. 22) June 17-30, 1971.


    Cover story: "Action in Milwaukee's UnAmerican League," with a quartet of hippie softball photos in ill-advised yellow ink.

    Comics section: Two "Twerp and Geek" strips by Don Glassford; "Fenster Sitzen" by Wendel Pugh.

    Other #35 Contents: "What Happens When You're Arrested: Milwaukee 'Justice' Wins the Match" by Mike Neville; "Bomb Scare! [Colleen Heany's] Term Project Leads to Lawsuit" by Mike Buchta; "Mayor [Hentry W. Maier] Hit by Civic Groups for 'Boss Rule'" by William Scheller; "'Old Friends' at the Brady Street Festival, article and photos by Paul H. Henning; "Birch Society Leader Robert Welch: A Monologue of Anti-Communist Rhetoric" by Mark Goff; "Milwaukee Assembylman Dennis Conta: A Highwayman in Liberal Clothing?" by anonymous; Interview with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band by Mike Buchta; a pre-Star Warsreview calling George Lucas' "THX 1138 a science fiction masterpiece"; plus an announcement for Harvey Kurtzman's first public speaking engagement at UWM); Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "The Eddie Haskell Fan Club" music column by Mike Baron; "The Music Cricket" column by Gerry Grzyb, poems by Steven Lewis; and column logos and ad illustrations/designs by Kitchen and Glassford. 

    Format: Two sections totaling 20 pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 9 x 11.5 inch cover size. Original cover price: 25 cents.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.


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    Bugle American No. 35 (June 17-30, 1971)

    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 35 (Vol. 2 No. 22) June 17-30, 1971.


    Cover story: "Action in Milwaukee's UnAmerican League," with a quartet of hippie softball photos in ill-advised yellow ink.

    Comics section: Two "Twerp and Geek" strips by Don Glassford; "Fenster Sitzen" by Wendel Pugh.

    Other #35 Contents: "What Happens When You're Arrested: Milwaukee 'Justice' Wins the Match" by Mike Neville; "Bomb Scare! [Colleen Heany's] Term Project Leads to Lawsuit" by Mike Buchta; "Mayor [Hentry W. Maier] Hit by Civic Groups for 'Boss Rule'" by William Scheller; "'Old Friends' at the Brady Street Festival, article and photos by Paul H. Henning; "Birch Society Leader Robert Welch: A Monologue of Anti-Communist Rhetoric" by Mark Goff; "Milwaukee Assembylman Dennis Conta: A Highwayman in Liberal Clothing?" by anonymous; Interview with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band by Mike Buchta; a pre-Star Warsreview calling George Lucas' "THX 1138 a science fiction masterpiece"; plus an announcement for Harvey Kurtzman's first public speaking engagement at UWM); Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "The Eddie Haskell Fan Club" music column by Mike Baron; "The Music Cricket" column by Gerry Grzyb, poems by Steven Lewis; and column logos and ad illustrations/designs by Kitchen and Glassford. 

    Format: Two sections totaling 20 pages, 11.5 x 17 inch tabloid style newspaper, folded to 9 x 11.5 inch cover size. Original cover price: 25 cents.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.

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