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Health & Fitness: Vegetarians Hit the Fern Bars

When Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka opened a restaurant in the Windy City just over a year ago, the decor was basic football and the menu offered a hearty fare...

Paul At Fifty: PAUL MCCARTNEY

In the bucolic Sussex countryside south of London, there's a farm where pheasants and peacocks roam wild. The yard is dotted with cows and chickens, horses and...

Oldfangled New Towns

For Americans with even a little money, to live anywhere but a suburb is to make a statement. If you are comfortable, you are naturally a suburbanite; living out...

Food: Bye-Bye, Tofu; Hello, Truffles!

Bare wood tables, macrame wall hangings and macrobiotic menus -- these are the images long associated with organic-food restaurants. And cultlike earnestness:...

IDEOLOGIES: Carrots of the World ...

Manhattan's buoyant Symon Gould, vice presidential candidate of the Vegetarian Party (TIME, March 22), last week dispatched an open letter to Britain's eminent...

Theater: Razor's Edge

SWEENEY TODD Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by Hugh Wheeler Sweeney Todd is one giant step for vegetarianism. Sweeney (Len Cariou), "the Demon Barber...

Books: Getting Even

WORLDLY GOODS by Michael Korda Random House; 353 pages; $14.95 In the publishing business, it is always Springtime for Hitler. As Mussolini shows, the Fhürer...

Sport: Walton: Basketball's Vegetarian Tiger

Oregon State was coming to town for an important game, so U.C.L.A. Center Bill Walton prepared in typical fashion. He began each day with his regular breakfast...

Sport: Big Bill Walton Comes of Age

When Portland Trail Blazer Coach Jack Ramsay arrived to take over his duties last spring, he announced: "I'm a Bill Walton man." The declaration made him a...

Cinema: Neck and Neck

ANDY WARHOL'S DRACULA Directed and Written by PAUL MORRISSEY The problem is "wirgin blood." In this giddy and gruesome camp-out on the bones of Bram Stoker,...

Books: Pictures at an Inhibition

A POLITICAL EDUCATION by HARRY McPHERSON 467 pages. Atlantic-Little, Brown. $10.95. In Washington, where most political memoirists write in the blood of their...

Books: Unholy Trinity

IN TRANSIT by Brigid Brophy. 230 pages. Putnam. $5.95. Brigid Brophy, the Irish controversialist, classics scholar, champion of animal rights and vegetarian,...

Foreign News: Toothless Vegetarianism

For years, as head of the Communist Party's Agitation and Propaganda Section, balding, sharp-eyed Philosopher Georgy Fedorovich Aleksandrov had been Russia's...

Nation: Madam Candidate

The written history of U.S. presidential campaigns is speckled with many a remarkable asterisk, not the least of which does homage to women. There is, for...

National Affairs: Wage Freeze?

It was as if a speaker at a meat packers' convention had come out foursquare and hearty for vegetarianism. With predictable indignation, labor leaders at last...

Education: G.B.S. v ABC

In his 94 years. George Bernard Shaw took up every sort of cause from Fabianism to vegetarianism to antivivisection. But he had one obsession that puzzled even...

Books: Senior Dissenter

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF UPTON SINCLAIR (342 pp.)—Harcourt, Brace & World ($6.95). In the absence of a public monument (some outdoor version of the Laocoon would...

India: Date with Desai

To India's able Finance Minister Morarji Desai, austerity is a way of life. Not only is he a vegetarian and a teetotaler who fasts for a day and a half every...

Religion: Booming Adventists

In the basement of Cleveland's huge Public Auditorium, vegetarian restaurants were serving the kind of meals preferred by strict Seventh-day Adventists. In the...

POLITICAL NOTES: No Meat, No Drink

In Manhattan last week, 500 delegates to a convention of the American Naturopathic Association formed the American Vegetarian Party and nominated a 1948...