Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Oct 25, 1976
Vol. 6 No. 17
October 25, 1976
'Bridey Murphy' Comes Back to Visit 'Audrey Rose'
Mme. Ngai Finds a Home in Georgia
Let Them Eat Caviar: Joanne King Herring Is the Social Queen of Houston
Ex-Panther Eldridge Cleaver: 'I Just Wish I Could Be Born Again Every Day'
For Gary Owens and His Five Rubber-faced Friends, Girning Is No Laughing Matter
The War May Be Over, but Daniel Ellsberg Is Still at the Barricades
A Princeton Tiger Designs An Atomic Bomb in a Physics Class
Flicka Von Stade Lives Down Her Social Register Background and Up to the Critics' Raves
How About Abu Bakari Ii Day? A Rutgers Professor Says Africans Beat Columbus Here by 2,000 Years
With His Pipes and Her Stems, Cyd Charisse & Tony Martin Are the Doyens of Song'n'dance
His Own Pursuit of An Older Woman Sparked Brian Moore's Latest Novel
A Presidential Debate at the College of William and Mary—but Who Were They?
Washington May Be Ready for a New President and a New Congress—but Liz Taylor?
An Ex-Marine Turned Bishop, Paul Moore Jr. Thrives on 'Stirring Up a Little Fuss'
In a New Survey, 3,019 Women Talk Bluntly About Sex, the Delights and the Disappointments
For Medicine Man Frank Fools Crow, Healing Is Part Herbs, Part Hype
1,000 Philadelphians Throw a Get-Well Gala for the Grand Old Lady of Broad Street
Bernadette Peters' Capital Offense: She Slays 'em with Laughter
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