this scan of a performance photo of "Bidin' My Time,' the segment danced by 5 men in Balanchine's 1970 WHO CARES? is date stamped Aug 16, 1971 by the Chicago Daily News and may or may not have been taken in that year.
the dancers are, left-to-right, with what may or may not be Frank Ohman's hand barely caught in the frame on the left, Robert Maiorano, whose left hand is most crudely blacked out by retoucher's paint, Earle Sieveling, whose hair is crudely outlined by way of retouching, Bruce Wells, who's hair and pants are retouched, and who was presumably in the role first danced by Richard Rapp, the only member of the first cast absent here, and Deni Lamont.
the caption, now pasted on the back of the print, is unclear. perhaps the story that went with this photo told of inclement weather in some outdoor theater that prevented the shows from being well attended, or ???