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    Rogue [v6 #11, November 1961] ed. Frank M. Robinson (Greenleaf Publishing Co., 60¢, 82pp, quarto, cover by Richard A. Thompson & Ray Komorski)
    Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • 3 · Rogue Notes · [The Editor] · ed
    • 4 · Post Rogue · [The Readers] · lc
    • 4 · [letter] · Irwin Saddler · lt
    • 4 · [letter] · Max Aurbach · lt
    • 4 · [letter] · Harold Reardon · lt
    • 4 · [letter] · Fred Garrik · lt
    • 4 · The Invisble Mack · Mrs. Emma Ballard · lt; (“How does your travel editor, Mack Reynolds, get in and out of all the; Communist countries like Budapest [sic] without an invisible cloak—unless; he’s one of those commies? [also sic]” Editorial response, just short of; complete lie in its second sentence: “He took a train, wearing a houndstooth; coat (baggy) and probably the same disreputable beret he had on last time we; saw him, over five years ago. His major concern with politics is what the; effect will be on the currency rate of exchange.”)
    • 6 · Bester’s World: Little Bell · Alfred Bester · cl; (account of Bester’s falling for Italian actress Adriana Campanella)
    • 7 · Basic Bloch: Y’All Come · Robert Bloch · cl; (account of an elaborate birthday party for actor Francis McDonald)
    • 8 · For Rogues Only · Anon. · cl
    • 9 · Rogue About Town · [The Editors] · cl; reviews and casuals, reviewed/cited items include CAREERS IN SELLING (Folkways Records), spoken-word record citation;; CARNIVAL, Broadway musical review; Herman Foster Trio THE EXPLOSIVE PIANO OF HERMAN FOSTER (Epic Records); ; The Jazz Messengers MEET YOU AT THE JAZZ CORNER OF THE WORLD (Blue Note);; Leon Fleischer and the Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of George Szell BEETHOVEN’S PIANO CONCERTOS 1-5 (Epic);; Arbee Stidbam, Memphis Slim, and Jump Jackson ARBEE’S BLUES (Folkways); Los Chiriguanos LOS CHIRIGUANOS (Elektra).
    • 12 · Booked Solid · Roger Thorne · ss Sardonicus, Ballantine 1961, as by Ray Russell; illustrated by Richard Thompson
    • 15 · “I believe, Madam, they’re a trifle loose in the back” · Phillips · ct
    • 16 · How to Speak Hip · Del Close & John Brent · hu; transcript of excerpt from Mercury/Berlitz record.; illustrated by photo
    • 19 · The Order of the Bath · Anon. · pi
    • 25 · Should Your Child Be a Sportsman? · Bill O’Hallaren · hu; illustrated by Richard Thompson
    • 27 · “It’s his only pleasure.” · George Gately · ct
    • 28 · You Have Your People and I Have Mine · Nelson Algren · ar; excerpt from WHO LOST AN AMERICAN?, Macmillan 1963.
    • 31 · Don’t Pass the Hat · Anon. · ms
    • 33 · On the Surf · Terry Galanoy · ar; illustrated by Gene Trindl
    • 37 · DAKsville · DAK · ct
    • 39 · Beat No More · Gene & Elman Smith · pi; Sherry Summers, “The Rogue Girl"/issue’s centerfold.
    • 44 · “I think he caught us horsing around” · Edwards · ct
    • 45 · Fashion: Taking a Bead on Hunting Clothes · Jerold Clay, Jr. · ar; illustrated by Jack Crow
    • 49 · 2061 · R. L. Toben · cs
    • 51 · Road Runner · Charles H. King · ss; illustrated by Nicholas
    • 53 · Rumble! · Jack Harris · pi; (text uncredited) photos of the production of the film version of WEST SIDE STORY.
    • 59 · The Waiter · Marc Crawford · ss; illustrated by Quateman Brown
    • 61 · The S Curve · Sam Wu · pi; (text uncredited)
    • 65 · Food: A Toast to the Roast · Irwin Spector · ar; illustrated by Mel Kaspar
    • 67 · Travel: Europe’s Mighty Midgets · Mack Reynolds · cl; illustrated by photos
    • 71 · “Are these the woods you said were full of bears?” · Phillips · ct
    • 73 · Vive la Différence! · Anon. · pi
    • 77 · “He’s eccentric as hell—goes around parties stealing ice cubes” · Kirsch · ct
    • 79 · “It’s a good luck charm.” · Dennis · ct


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