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UPDATED 03/14/1983 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 03/14/1983 at 01:00 AM EST

ON THE COVER 40
PEOPLE readers, interviewed nationwide by Audits & Surveys, Inc., sit in judgment on (clockwise, from top left) Prince William, Linda Evans, Dustin Hoffman, Prince Andrew, Koo Stark, Victoria Principal—and that's not all

SONG 55
The multi-Grammy rock group Toto is on the road to solid gold

TRIBUTE 60
In one of his last interviews, Tennessee Williams spoke of the joys and agonies of life and considered his death

IN HER OWN WORDS 71
When it comes to the family, author Rita Kramer is pro-nuclear

STAGE 84
"There comes a time when cute doesn't carry you," says Debbie Reynolds, Broadway's new tart, tough-talking Woman of the Year

HAPPY 91
A jury says the Bee Gees were playing Ron Selle's song when they made How Deep Is Your Love in 1977

BIO 99
Producer-writer Anne Beatts works out old teenage anxieties as the creator of TV's Square Pegs

SEQUEL 109
A year after she was buried in an avalanche, Anna Conrad is back on skis

MOVE 112
In his memoir about wife Jacqueline Susann, Irving Mansfield proves he's not quite ready to extinguish the flame

TROUBLE 116
Superstar Luciano Pavarotti is a no-show, and opera companies are crying foul

JOCKS 118
Plucky little Scott Hamilton has parlayed a childhood disease into world figure-skating prowess

INVENTORS 120
Engineer R.T. Jones says a scissors-like airplane wing can slash the cost of flying

SPIRIT 125
Wisconsinite Rick La Martina is a drop-out groom from a Moonie mass wedding

SCREEN 133
The Lords of Discipline makes David Keith a hot property, but he's cool on settling down

LOOKOUT 142
Ruth Bennett becomes the doyenne of deejays at 78, and Anne Simon scores as a TV sportscaster

PARTY 145
In her royal road show, Queen Elizabeth outshines all the stars of Hollywood—while her son Prince Andrew finds a new Koo

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 17

Jodie Foster sings for Peter O'Toole in CBS' Svengali, and Mariette Hartley dramatizes the evils of drunk driving on NBC

Linda Ronstadt is best heard but not seen in her first starring film, The Pirates of Penzance

Top prize fighters from Sullivan to Ali appear in the book 100 Years of Boxing

Two groups, Musical Youth and the Melody Makers, add freshness to reggae in LPs

The touring Second Western States Exhibition includes works by 30 contemporary artists

PEOPLE PUZZLE 140

CHATTER 148

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