Vol. 38, No. 3
Table of Contents
Cover: After coming in second and third in previous year's
championships, the third time was the charm for Anthony Gatto. The
13-year-old won four events in the 39th Annual Convention competitions.
- IJA in San Jose
Complete coverage of the San Jose convention from the pre-convention
workshops to the last gasp of comedy at Club Renegade.
- The Flying Boards
Chinese performer Dai Shucheng, an IJA guest at the convention,
introduces an esoteric manipulation to the West.
- U.S. Nationals Championship
- Anthony Gatto, Scott Burton, Benji Hill
- Teams Championship
- Jet Set Jugglers, Raspyni Brothers, Jongleur Jugglers
- Juniors Championship
- Robbie Weinstein, Oran Canfield, Mark Bakalor
- Numbers Championship
- Gatto, Gatto, Gatto!
- Joggling Races
- Kirk Swenson and Owen Morse
- Street Performers Competition
- Arsene & Waldo
- Key West Street Scene
Enduring through bureaucratic trial and audience tribulations,
Mallory Square plans a festival of celebration for street artists.
- Juggling on Broadway
Signs point to a revival of the variety arts on Broadway,
with New Vaudevillians Berky and Moschen leading the charge.
- Juggling, Da!
Intrepid Sandy Brown sneaks behind the scenes at the
Moscow Circus for a meeting with Soviet jugglers.
- IJA Notes
- New Products - Lighted Balls
- Joggler's Jottings
Controversy regarding the "world's greatest juggler"
- Tips and Tricks
- Ask the Professional - Frank Olivier
- All our Yesterdays
Reminiscences of Martyn and Florence,
reprinted from the May 1965 IJA Newsletter.
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