Table of Contents

updated 05/26/1980 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/26/1980 AT 01:00 AM EDT

On the Cover 88
His ex-wife, Sarah, has left Glen Campbell, but Mac Davis is too busy to take her back; with Vegas, TV and movies like North Dallas Forty, he finds it Hard to Be Humble

Up Front 28

The Cuban Freedom Flotilla brings thousands of refugees—and problems—to Southern Florida

Father and son Maxie and Kris Anderson cross America by balloon

Pogo for President? America's premier possum offers a fourth alternative

Behind the massive Picasso retrospective in New York is Pablo's son Claude

Over the Tube 43
Tony Curtis, NBC's Moviola mogul, fights his private Hollywood battles—and demons

In Trouble 48
Violinist Itzhak Perlman discovers that No Strings is not just a song

Bio 51
Home from the range, Gene Autry puts his millions into baseball and hopes for a winner

Host 61
Eat like the Beatles or the Bee Gees with Mary Frampton's rock recipes

Crime 73
Goaded to desperation, an elderly Maryland man, Roman Welzant, shoots two teenagers

In Her Own Words 77
Psychologist Marilyn Machlowitz defends work junkies, but admits the people close to them may be miserable

Body 82
Lisa Lyon, Stacey Bentley and Claudia Wilbourn put muscle into women's body building

Happy 94
By keeping her grip for 39 days, Cassandra Sapp wins a new car

On the Move 101
After A Small Circle of Friends and Cruising, actress Karen Allen is a face to remember

Medics 109
Dr. Charles Edwards performs two remarkable operations, but encounters tragic frustration as well as triumph

On the Stage 115
Richard Dwyer hangs up his blades after 30 years as the Ice Follies' good skate

Lookout 118

Broadway producer Patty Grubman

Table tennis champ Sean O'Neill

Couples 121
Despite Donna Summer's $25 million suit, Neil and Joyce Bogart, late of Casablanca, vow to take another cut at the record business

Mail 4

People Picks & Pans 10

The Waltons celebrate 200 hours on CBS, and Valerie Harper stars in a convincing TV movie about sexual harassment

Graham Greene proves that he writes deftly about people without cloaks or daggers too

Father Guido Sarducci, Saturday Night Live's resident chaplain, is as irreverent (and often funny) on record as on TV

Even with Roger Moore, a new thriller is just ffolkes, and despite Newman and Bisset, When Time Ran Out is a thumb-twiddler

For the out-of-shape, one way to get back in is to heft the piles of books on the topic

People Puzzle 71

Star Tracks 96

Burt Reynolds cops an award at UCLA

Teddy Kennedy Jr. campaigns in Oregon

Tony Randall's hat is off to Zsa Zsa

Priscilla Presley launches her career

Ed Asner reflects on his Jewish roots

Chatter 124

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