B.C. cartoon with an ant struggling to climb on the pedestal to proclaim the truth. The last frame is missing.
Woman reading the newspaper: “I think I’ll be wicked today and skip Anthony Lewis.”
Couple sitting in armchairs on a large checkerboard: “Your move, Wendel.”
George Booth cartoon: “Some of these things are just going to have to go on hold until Monday.”
“Oh, Harvey, Harvey! The whole idea is to look casual. Can’t you even try to look casual?”
Two pages, and only the top one was visible when hanging on the bulletin board: “When you’re down and out, lift up your voice and shout…Ah, shit!”
Two couples at a party, “I’ll get back to you about nuclear power.”
Two men on the street: “Lately I’ve been getting into compassion.”
Peanuts cartoon with Sally standing on a beach. “You stupid kid, who lives clear across on the other side of the world, send back my beach ball!!” … “What are you, a communist or something?!”
“Well, here comes the old masculine mystique.”
George Price cartoon. Woman and man in bed: “Well, it’s another brand-new day. What do you say to getting up and looking the damn thing straight in the eye?”
“You have purchased Los Angeles, my son. This is good.”
Doonesbury cartoon about the end of the Vietnam War.
Two rats in a lab cage: “My main fear used to be cats—now it’s carcinogins.”
Peanuts cartoon: “Rats…I was hoping for a hug!”