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Aug 28, 1978
Vol. 10 No. 9
August 28, 1978
After 42 Torturous Hours, Diana Nyad's Marathon Ends with 'Pains I Never Felt Before'
A Tough and Corrupt Wyoming Mountain Town Is Shocked by the Death of a Good Cop
Who's That Stepping Out in the Rockette Chorus Line? Doggone If It Isn't Lassie, the Canine Drag Queen
'I'm My Own Status Symbol,' Boasts Mario Andretti, Racing Toward His First Grand Prix Title
Bob Bland's Training School for Teenage Missionaries Is Called 'God's Boot Camp'
Sammy Davis Jr. Stars in Stop the World—I Want to Get Off—but He Doesn't
Compliments to the Chef? At Nick's in London, It Would Not Hurt to Add, 'My Lord'
When Yankee Bodies Ache (and Sometimes a Tiger's Too), the Club Sends in Dr. Maurice Cowen
They Called Grace Slick of Jefferson Starship the Acid Queen, but Her Real Battle Is with the Bottle
Inside The Incredible Hulk Is a Gentle Giant from Brooklyn, Bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno
Never a Johnny-One-Note, Mel 'The Velvet Fog' Torme Turns His Past into a Novel
Louise Vanderbilt May Be Gucci-Ed and Pucci-Ed; She's Also Ticked Off at Whopping Rent Increases in Newport
Kit Carson Wrote Karen Black into His Life and They're Co-Producing One Son, One Film
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