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Jan 15, 1979
Vol. 11 No. 2
January 15, 1979
An Odd, Brave American, Phil Snyder, Is the Angel of Mount Kenya
Barely Afloat in a Sea of Troubles, C&W Star George Jones Plots His Own Rescue
'To the Wall' Isn't a Sentence but a Compliment at the Popular New Books & Co.
A South African Heavyweight Fights Charges of Racism Even Before He Enters the Ring
Voila! A New Computer Gives Tourists the Gift of Tongues
Here's a Real Sports Phenom: a Coach with a 606-85 Record Who Also Builds Character
The Latest in Transparent Wit Is a Mark Larson See-Through Tie
He Has the Nobel in Economics, but Professor Simon Is More Interested in How Humans Think
Armand Assante's Real Weapon Isn't a Bow but a Cannon Named Dyan
If Anthropologist Jane Safer Finds Husband Morley Home, It's Rarely for More Than 60 Minutes
John Curry, Bored with Skating as Spectacle and Sport, Turns It into An Art He Dubs 'Ice Dancing'
Liquid Silicone Can Deform Its Tragic Victims, and a Vegas Plastic Surgeon Wants to Stop It
Bob Hope's Marriage, Money and Reputation? His Answers Aren't Always One-Liners
Sharon Newman Uses a Cast of Puppets to Help Her Teenage Students Laugh Off Growing Pains
Leaving Home and High Society, Debby Rockefeller Decides There's No Business Like You Know What
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