1972 August 18 LIFE Magazine - Mark Spitz - Steve Prefontaine
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pg... 4 Departments: The Presidency: Sweet Life on the Plantation. By Hugh Sidey
Pg... 8-16 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops Watches the Chess Championship
Pg... 8-16 Departments: Reviews: Richard Schickel Averts His Eyes from the Film Version of James Dickey's "Deliverance"
Pg... 8-16 Departments: Reviews: Webster Schott on A. E. Hotchner's Depression Autobiography "The King of the Hill"
Pg... 8-16 Departments: Reviews: Albert Goldman Considers John McLaughlin and His Cold Fire from a Forked Guitar
Pg... 18 Departments: 20 Years Ago In 'Life': The Spectacularly Mismatched Curves of Ex-King Farouk and Marlene Dietrich
Pg... 23 Departments: Letters to the Editors
Pg... 26 A Kennedy in the Room: Sargent Shriver's Vice-Presidential Candidacy Brings with it a Potent Political Legacy. Eunice Shriver Talks to Richard B. Stolley About Sarge and "the Kennedy People." Meanwhile, Out of the Spotlight, Tom Eagleton Reassembles His Image. By Joe McGinniss
Pg... 32 An Olympic Preview: Reaching for the Heights at Munich: A Portfolio of the Best U.S. Hopes, Photographed by Co Rentmeester
Pg... 45 An Olympic Preview: East Germany's Women Are on the Mark: Milton Orshefsky Reports on the East German Plan to Trounce West Germany
Pg... 51 An Olympic Preview: Oregon Gold Rush: Steve Prefontaine Means to Take the 5,000 Meters. By Bill Bruns
Pg... 54 Birth on the Kitchen Table: Atâ€“Home Delivery? a New Trend to an Old Idea. Photographed by Michael Maunery
Pg... 60 The Glass Elevator: Some Startling New Adventures with Charlie Bucket, in a Sequel to the Children's Classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." By Roald Dahl. Illustrations by Joseph Schindelman
Pg... 72 Consumer Watch: A Good Season to Beware of Dogs
Pg... 74 The Thief on the 20th Floor: Once-Secure Office Buildings Fight an Influx of Petty Crime
Pg... 81 Parting Shots: Why the Sailor Came Home from the Sea. Tragedy Touches a Man of Peace. By Jordan Bonfante. Finally, a Good Reason to Clean Out the Attic: the "Garage Sale"
August 18, 1972