People Staff
June 14, 1982 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 74

Has sex on the soaps gone too far? Stars Tristan Rogers (General Hospital), Lisa Brown (Guiding Light) and Melody Thomas (The Young and the Restless) dispute the findings of researchers

UP FRONT 32

After three generations, the Astors are selling the family castle

Phoebe Cates recounts the trouble in Paradise

Gentle giant Gerry Cooney plans to turn raging bull in his title fight with heavyweight champ Larry Holmes

IN HIS OWN WORDS 47

There are ways to spot a disturbed youth before he lashes out like a John Hinckley Jr., says psychologist Douglas Powell

HAPPY 52

Japanese flamenco dancer Yasuko Nagamine clicks in her U.S. debut

BIO 55

As irresistible as your neighborhood buzz saw, ABC’s Sam Donaldson raises hackles as he covers the White House

PAGES 66

Linda Gray Sexton, daughter of poet-suicide Anne Sexton, probes death and survival in an affecting first novel

INVENTORS 73

Airplane designer Burt Rutan’s soaring imagination produces one flight of fancy after another

SPLIT 88

When it comes to marriage, two of golf’s loveliest ladies—Nancy Lopez and Jan Stephenson—are in the rough

BODY 97

If dandruff, split ends and itchy scalp are your mane problems, hair expert Philip Kingsley can help

SEQUEL 100

How John Mitchell, John Dean, John Ehrlichman, John Sirica, Jill Wine-Banks and other Watergate newsmakers are faring a decade after the break-in

IN THE MONEY 111

Musical matchmaker Charlie Koppelman has a formula: Barbra Streisand + Barry Gibb + Diana Ross + Lionel Ritchie = $$$

HOSTD 117

’60s supermodel Jean Shrimpton calls her own shots now as an English innkeeper in Penzance

LOOKOUT 130

Dancer-actress Katherine Healy

HEIRS 133

Evel Knievel’s son, Robbie, proves he’s just a chip off the old engine block as he goes after his dad’s death-defying records

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 10

Willie Nelson, Clint Eastwood and Carol Burnett confide to Barbara Walters

New books allow admirers of portrait photography to gaze on the likes of Liz Taylor, John Lennon, Debbie Harry and Richard Nixon

Elton John leaps back to goodtime form on Jump Up!

Kotter refugee Marcia Strassman plays a klutzy New Yorker’s dream girl in the funny Soup for One

Modern music celebrates the 100th anniversary of Igor Stravinsky’s birth

PEOPLE PUZZLE 94

STAR TRACKS 127

Linda Ronstadt talks shop with a poster girl

Mac Davis is talking marriage

M*A*S*H’s William Christopher laps up Strawberry Shortcake

Alan Alda is diplomatic with daughter Elizabeth

The Texas Rangers find losing isn’t their bag

CHATTER 136

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