Table of Contents

updated 07/28/1980 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/28/1980 AT 01:00 AM EDT

On the Cover 72
The Shining aside, actor Jack Nicholson has some axes to grind, like the pleasures of pot, his relationship with Anjelica Huston, and the Roman Polanski case

Up Front 16

Columnist William F. Buckley Jr. sails the Atlantic—and returns with an antic account

Haunted by the death of his last opponent, boxer Gaetan Hart ponders his future

As rumors fly about their troubled marriage, Philippe Junot declares his love for Princess Caroline—but she keeps mum

Arts 34
With outdoor murals, Richard Haas creates architectural illusions that fool the eye

Body 38
Barbra Streisand, Richard Dreyfuss, Shirley MacLaine and Stockard Channing shape up at Anne-Marie Bennstrom's diet boot camp called Ashram

In the Money 42
Hank Berger carves up a rusty legend—the old HOLLYWOOD sign—in hopes of cashing in on the chips

Happy 47
That glorious U.S. Olympic hockey team is reunited at Mark Johnson's wedding

Bio 48
Desmond Morris recalls the creatures in his life, from sticklebacks to Diana Dors to naked apes

In Her Own Words 55
Patton, Hans Christian Andersen and millions of others have struggled with the learning disorder called dyslexia

Sequel 58
Ralph Waite reflects on his rift with The Waltons' producers and the problems with his personal message movie on alcoholism

Couples 66
Yvonne Martinez wants to coochi-coochi in the footsteps of Abbe Lane and Charo, which is part of what Xavier Cugat has in mind

Crime 70
Prof. Harold Takooshian's shocking study finds that most citizens who witness a crime are Bad Samaritans

Medics 78
Civil rights leader Vernon Jordan has trauma surgeon Jeff Towles to thank for his life

For a Song 82
A singing pun called Lipps Inc., starring Steven Greenberg and pregnant soprano Cynthia Johnson, turns Minneapolis into Funkytown

Mail 4

People Picks & Pans 8

Spiders—prime time's villains of the week—menace Anita Ekberg and William Shatner

Marilyn French follows The Women's Room with a less angry novel on the tragic battle of the sexes

Venerable Alberta Hunter has earned the right to stop singing the blues at 85, but, happily, she's still wailing

Jessica Lange, Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin (in her first major Hollywood role) show How to Beat the High Cost of Living—with tongue in cheek

People Puzzle 60

Star Tracks 64

Marc Chagall checks out African art

Sasha offers Sly a sporting chance

WKRP's Richard Sanders goes whole hog

A baby-photo finish for Willie Shoemaker

Wedding bells for Ryan O'Neal and Farrah?

Chatter 84

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