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SPORT IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE

Dec. 20, 1971
Dec. 20, 1971

Table of Contents
Dec. 20, 1971

Yesterday
Short And Sweet
Bowl Previews
Sportsman Of The Year
Snowballing
Rodeo
Pro Skiing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

SPORT IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE

There is a dual relationship between the competitor and the spectator that brings our games and tests of skill into roaring, pulsing life. Neither party is a passive one, and through their joint endeavor there arises the frenzy of enthusiasm that we associate with our grandest sporting moments. Indeed, sport produces for us an aura of mutual involvement, a linking of the disparate in common cause that occurs with hurtful rarity in our fractionalized society. Here and on succeeding pages Photographer Mark Kauffman has captured his own evocation of this idea. The camera is the tool as he melds events and viewer in a pictorial presentation of some of 1977's finest spectacles: the Indianapolis 500, the NBA playoffs, the U.S. Open, Texas vs. Oklahoma and a pennant chase.

This is an article from the Dec. 20, 1971 issue Original Layout

TEN PHOTOMONTAGESMARK KAUFFMAN