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Oct 02, 1978
Vol. 10 No. 14
October 02, 1978
Ah Fall, Your Magical Social Spell Is Everywhere—from Missouri to Manhattan
For Zbig Brzezinski, Summit Life Meant Little Sleep, Stolen Bikes and a Roomie Named Ham
The Yankees' Winning Formula? A New Manager Who Is Calm, Agreeable and Not Billy Martin
Ronnie Peterson Dies on the 'Too Fast, Too Dangerous' Track at Monza, and Bitter Accusations Follow
Janie Fricke's Crossover from Jingles to Singles Makes Her Country's Newest Brand Name
Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa Is a 72-Year-Old Freshman Senator of Many Hats—and Parts
The Rev. Robin Myers Has Them Sprinting to Church on Sundays—Well, Jogging at Least
Movies Have a New Pope Too: Mr. San Francisco, Cyril Magnin, Takes a Fling in Foul Play
Low Fares, High Profits: Now the C.A.B. Boss Wants His Own Agency 'To Commit Hara-Kiri'
Jazz Musician Paul Winter Speaks the Language of Wolves on His Sax—and They Reply
For Patients Who Can't Eat, Dr. Stanley Dudrick's Intravenous Feeding System Is a Lifeline
His Name's the Game, Bobby Kennedy Jr. Finds on the TV Talk Show Circuit
For 20th-Century Archivist Howard Gotlieb, Even a Laundry List Is the Stuff of History
Howdy, Pardner, Where Yew Hail From? Rodeo Star Bobby Delvecchio Answers, Improbably: 'The Bronx'
Most Movie Directors Adore Chaplin: For Carlos Saura, It's Both Charlie and Geraldine
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