Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 06, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 22
June 06, 1977
That Doctorate After Bill Cosby's Name Is No Honorary Freebie
Is College Dropout Susan Ford Focusing on a New Career—or a Bartender Boyfriend?
Heaven Is on Her Side, Says Anita Bryant, and There's No Sympathy Up There for Gays
Pow! Take That, Honorable Chairman-san! a Knuckle Sandwich Is Added to the Japanese Diet
Rebel-with-a-cause Alice Paul, 92, Hopes the E.r.a. She Wrote Will Become Law
At Sweet 16 Minus 2, Tracy Austin Aims to Be Wimbledon's Youngest Woman Player Ever
A Tawdry Case Closes in on Roman Polanski
Butterflies May Be Free, but Blind Hal Krents Finds New Evidence of the Price of Life
Maria Piers Wants Nursery Schools to Be More Than 'parking Lots for Kids'
Atomic Expert Carl Walske Warns An Act of Nuclear Terror Is 'more Likely Than Not'
Michael Cristofer Is the Retired Hippie-druggie Who Won a Pulitzer and Now, He Hopes, a Tony
Dr. Art Ulene Takes His Residency on the 'today' Show as Tv's New Medical Star
The Holbrooks Prove That Though Hal Is East and Carol West, the Twain Can Meet
Outside His Window, Within His Heart, Eric Ambler Finds the Stuff of Great Spy Novels
Cleveland Amory Gets An Honorary Degree in His Old Backyard
A Thousand Years Ago, a Saxon Knight Lost His Sword, and Gary Fridd Is $17,000 Richer
Sister Janet Persuades L.a. Youth Gangs to Build, Not Destroy
'Super Slurper' Is the Thirsty Compound That Can Drink a Soggy Cellar Dry
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