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updated 09/19/1983 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/19/1983 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 36
A special report on the victims of KAL Flight 007 and how they were led, by chance and circumstance, to meet their deaths as the targets of a Soviet missile

UP FRONT 44
Brooke Shields starts college—and Princeton may never be the same

JOCKS 50
Australian boat designer Ben Lexcen gives America's Cup sailors a summer they'll never forget

HOST 54
Author Lee Bailey shows how to enjoy a smashing Country Weekend

COPING 58
Ex-Congressman Robert Bauman reflects on the pain of coming out of the closet as a gay politician

ON THE MOVE 67
Corporate consultant Bob Basso helps employees make light of their worries

PAGES 73
When it comes to milking a trend, nobody does it better than computer guru Peter McWilliams

LOOKOUT 79
Crooning love songs, baby-faced gospeller Johnny Gill has his baptism as a teen idol

TROUBLE 83
Used tire king Ernie Hunt proves that one man's junk is another man's fortune

IN THE MONEY 84
Inventors Chris Haney, Scott and John Abbott make Trivial Pursuit, a game where profits are substantial

SCREEN 86
As a kindly bandit in The Grey Fox, stuntman-turned-leading man Richard Farnsworth steals critics' hearts

SCENE 90
What really happens behind the scenes—from breast implants to political "coaching"—to the women who want to be Miss America

COUPLES 103
Conservative columnist George F. Will has a friend in high places: his wife, Madeleine, Assistant Secretary of Education

VIDEO 115
Would you believe? Barbara Feldon has gone from secret agent to talk show hostess

ON THE JOB 121
Baseball's chronic cut-up, announcer Bob Uecker, gets serious when the games get close

TRIBUTE 127
A year after her death, Ingrid Bergman's friends—including Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston and Olivia de Havilland—gather in Venice for a warm musical tribute

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

Bob Hope and Ann-Margret celebrate George Burns' career in an NBC special, and Emmanuel Lewis steals the new ABC series Webster

SCTV's "McKenzie Brothers"—Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas—take off in the movies with Strange Brew

Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite and the late Frank Reynolds are among the luminaries in Barbara Matusow's book The Evening Stars

Part 2 of PEOPLE'S round-up of new LPs by male soloists. This week: Billy Joel, Gordon Lightfoot, Robert Plant and Conway Twitty, among others

TAKE ONE 35

STAR TRACKS 80
Mom's the word for Christie Brinkley, Linn Ullmann and Leslie Bogart

PEOPLE PUZZLE 124

CHATTER 130

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