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Sep 08, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 10
September 08, 1980
Whatever Happens at the U.S. Open, the Score Is Always Advantage, Donald Dell
From a Lonely Distance, Exiled Dissident Tadeusz Walendowski Cheers on the Polish Workers
A Cornell Vet Tries to Calm the Nationwide Panic Over the Dog-Killing Epidemic Parvovirus
An Illinois Statistician Takes the Mystery Out of Miss America—He Says It Will Be Miss Kansas
From Days of Vine to a Night of Roses: a Jane-Less Ron Ely Swings Again
Barnard College Finds Its Woman of the Hour: Wall Street Lawyer Ellen Futter, 30
For Fans, Earl Campbell Eats Up Yards, but He and Wife Reuna Measure Their Gains in Acres
Collins and Lapierre Drink to Literary Conspiracy
'When Pressed to the Wall, the Colonel Is Totally Unpredictable,' Is the Chilling Word on Qaddafi
'Made in Japan' Is No Joke Now, Thanks to Edwards Deming: His New Problem Is 'Made in U.S.A.'
How Sweet Rachel Is—What Other Rock Star Would Go Home and Play Akron Graffiti?
An Amazing Doctor, Paralyzed from the Neck Down, Runs a Long Island Rehab Center
Helga Wagner Sells 'She Shells' and Shushes Talk That She's Teddy's or Prince Charles' Blond Bombshell
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