A note on the counters: Our server lost data files a while back, so the counters were reset. Until we can fix this, add 2200 to the number below, and 200 to the counters on the front pages for a more accurate total. --cj, 3/20/98
Apparatchik 80 (final issue), June 20th, 1997
Apparatchik 79, May 30th, 1997
Apparatchik 78, May 8th, 1997
Apparatchik 77, April 18th, 1997
Apparatchik 76, March 28th, 1997
Apparatchik 75, March 7th, 1997
Apparatchik 74, February 14th, 1997
Apparatchik 73, January 24th, 1997
Apparatchik 72, January 3rd, 1997
Apparatchik 71, December 13th, 1996
Apparatchik 70, November 22nd, 1996
Apparatchik 69, November 1st, 1996
Apparatchik 68, October 10th, 1996
Apparatchik 67, September 19th, 1996
Apparatchik 66, August 29th, 1996
Apparatchik 65, August 8th, 1996
APPARATCHIK is the Caped Crusader of fandom, a puzzling and long-extinct herbivorous creature known only from intermittent metallic groans mixed with samples of its strangely knobbed and squamous skull -- after all, this is baseball we're talking about, not boxing. Little is known of the realm of the Euro-American soul, but scientists speculate that it looks a little like Clint Howard when young, or possibly Newt Gingrich. Apak was available for the usual, or you could have got Apparatchik for $3.00 for a 3 month supply, or a year's worth for $12.00 or a lifetime subscription for $19.73, or in exchange for peas with honor in our tum.
For readers in the United Kingdom, Martin Tudor will accept #10.00 for an annual subscription, #19.37 for a lifetime sub, from 24 Ravensbourne Grove, Off Clarke's Lane, Willenhall, West Midlands, WV13 1HX, UK. Australian readers can subscribe through Irwin Hirsh, 26 Jessamine Ave. East Prahran, Victoria 3181 Australia, for $4.50, $17.00 and $28.09 Australian respectively.
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