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Sep 26, 1977
Vol. 8 No. 13
September 26, 1977
Welcome Back, All You Kotters: As the School Year Begins, Keep An Eye on Our 'Teacher'
I Do, I Do: Washington Takes a Happy Ride on the Marriage-Go-Round
Hanging Loose at 1,500 Feet, Upside-Down Roy Clark Prays, 'Seat Belt, Do Your Stuff'
In Dallas, Judge Sarah Hughes Will Be Remembered for a Lot More Than Swearing in LBJ
Don Meredith Rejoins the Monday Night Battle of the Sexes for TV-Knob Hill
Looking Forward to a Brave New World? Beware the People Shapers, Warns Vance Packard
Walter Wagner's Bizarre Courtship: After 21 Months, Gail Morton Has Him Jailed for Harassment
Unzipped from His Wookie Suit, Peter Mayhew of Star Wars Is Zapped into Near Penury
Father Theodore Hesburgh Is Notre Dame's Most Durable Triple Threat: President, Priest and Activist
Talk About a Steady Job—Miss Ellen Has Toiled at Blair Academy for 69 Years
The Women David Bailey Photographs Become His Lovers, and Marie Helvin Is the Latest
The Canal Maybe, but Panama Will Never Reclaim Rod Carew, the Best Hitter in Baseball
Pooh on You, Mary Poppins: Betty Medd Has Revolutionized Her Nanny-Training Business
Jimmy Carter's Ex-Pastor, Bruce Edwards, Now Has Hawaii, Not Georgia, on His Mind
Gone with the Wind Are Three Husbands and 16 Lovers, but Ex-Actress Evelyn Keyes Endures
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