Issue Date: September 1975; Volume 84, No. 3, Whole No. 502
IN THIS ISSUE:-
ESQUIRE COLLEGIATE ENQUIRER: Most exclusive student newspaper ever.
THE SMARTEST HI-FI AT M.I.T.: How to make a small room sound like Carnegie Hall. Alan Brenner's stereo system.
NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY QUIET: The nude co-ed, pictured at peace.
STUDENTS: These are your teachers John Irving: The professor driven batty.
GRADUATES: These are your lives!: An undelivered commencement address by John Steinbeck.
GUILTY PLEASURES: Secret vices of the famous, starting with Fudgsicles! [Fudgecicles for Dan Rather, Reeses for Barbara Howar, Good & Plenty for Judith Viorst, Cotton Candy for Carrie Nye, Popcorn for Neil Simon, Oreo cookies for Mike Nichols.
THE STORY OF OREO: America's leading cookie explained by Ron Rosenbaum.
QUICK! BEFORE IT CRUMBLES: Architecture of six runner-up cookies by Paul Goldberger.
DEPRESSION POP: Paintings by an artist from the depths by Wallace Stegner.
EVERYBODY THINKS HE LOOKS LIKE SOMEBODY: The great celebrity look-alike festival.
WHY YOU SHOULD THINK ABOUT SCOOP, AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN: Senator Jackson as the Presidential front-runner. by Robert Scheer.
1776 AND ALL THAT: A comic history for the Bicentennial. by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin.
AFTERGATE: Washington without Nixon. By William Greider.
GRETTA GARBO AND THE DUKE: A great actress remembers a great night ... By Lilli Palmer. A perfect night at Portofino, with the perfect company and the perfect bad manners.
AFRICAN RHYTHM + SPANISH MELODY + ARAWAK INDIAN FOLKLORE = RICAN SALSA! Very hot music for the Seventies. [Full page photo of the Tito Puente Orchestra, the Joe Bataan band.
TROPHIES: A short story about a man, a woman, another man, another woman. By Hilma Wolitzer.
FALL IN FOCUS: Twelve-page men's fashion guide to a splendid new season and Where to buy it.
CLASS:Who has it, who doesn't. By James Brady.
Arnold Gingrich ... Praise for the Grand Rapids fish ladder.
Timothy Crouse: Washington ... The secrets market.
Backstage with Esquire.
Nora Ephron: Media ... Restaurant scandal in New Orleans.
Alexander Cockburn: Crime ... Firebugs everywhere.
John Simon: Films ... Nashville, all too short.
Robert Alan Aurthur: Hanging Out ... The author's China days.
Richard Joseph: Travel Notes ... Comeback for Haiti.
Sound and Fury.
Auberon Waugh: Letter from Europe ... The Russians are coming.