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D Magazine November 1989

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ARTS In the Shadow of the Master

The Dallas Theater Center’s Ken Bryant has a lot to live up to. Mainly himself.
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BUSINESS Lord of the Lowball

At Rainwater’s shop, making money is just too (bleeping) easy.
By Shad Rowe
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Dear Applicant…

You’re a WASP from Highland Park. You’re captain of the football team. You can recite Beowulf in your sleep. You’ve been eyeing Yale since the ninth grade. You’re out of luck.
By Lucie Nelka
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EDITOR’S NOTE

BUCHING THE SYSTEM:
GET READY FOR THE
RIDE OF THE DECADE
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FASHION Vested Interest

Modernist man’s must-have accessory for fall.
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LOW PROFILE Walk a Mile in Her Flip-Flops

For actress Jill Peters, all the world was a trailer park.
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PARTING SHOT

MAN VS. NATURE: IF WE WIN, WE LOSE
By Chris Tucker
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QUOTE

By D Magazine
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RELATIONSHIPS Spies Like Her

My wife brings home the bacon. But how does she get it?
By HUSBAND X
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SHY KING

When the powerful chairman of American
Airlines speaks,Dallas trembles.
By Sally Giddens
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SOCIETY Keeping Up With the Stollenwercks

A deb party may swell beyond her ego, but rarely beyond her father’s.
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SPORTS The Kamikaze Quest of Joe Don Looney

Who do you get when you cross Gandhi and Mean Joe Green?
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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the tragedy of 1041

They ended as players in the great tragedy of Noble and well-intentioned, they gathered to right the wrongs of Dallas’s racist past.
By Dennis Holder