Pg… 6 The Beat of Life: Rudolf Bing's Heady Farewell to the Met. Student Confronts Student at Columbia. Instant Demolition in a St. Louis Slum
Pg… 38D Editorials: Disturbing Rhetoric. Russia's Silent Majority. Democratic Hurdles. Godfather Morality
Pg… 40 The Man Who Swindled Akron: Lawyer Don Lowers Invited His Friends to Get Rich Quick. It Cost Them $11 Million. By Dale Wittner
Pg… 49 Whose Children Are Mike and Tammy?: The Search to Identify Two Youngsters Abandoned in Long Beach, Calif.
Pg… 52 Hubert Humphrey Still Wants It All: Buovant as Ever, H.H.H. is Running Hard for Everybody's Vote. By Brock Brower. Photographed by John Olson
Pg… 58 A Drug Tragedy: The Nightmare Story of a Father Who Loved His Son but Hated what His Son Became. By Thomas Thompson
Pg… 74 Craze for Quilts: An Old Art Comes Back in All Its Brilliance
Pg… 82 The Littlest Olympian: Tiny Gymnast Cathy Rigby is Reaching for a Gold Medal at Munich. Photographed by John Dominis
Pg… 89 Parting Shots: A New Kennedy in Politics, and She's Backing McGovern, by Martha Fay. Poet Auden Joins the Artistic Emigration, by Martha Duffy. Frasier, the Prideful Sex Simba
Pg… 12 Departments: The Presidency: The Advance Man Strikes Again. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 22–28 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops on a TV Show About Radio?the Comics of the '40s
Pg… 22–28 Departments: Reviews: Richard Schickel Reviews "Tokyo Story," a Fine Japanese Film About the Generation Gap
Pg… 22–28 Departments: Reviews: William McPherson on Michael Crichton's Latest Thriller, "The Terminal Man"
Pg… 32 Departments: 28 Years Ago In 'Life'
Pg… 37 Departments: Letters to the Editors