September 28, 1981 12:00 PM

On the Cover 88

Rock’s hottest pipes belong to Pat (Fire and Ice) Benatar, 28, who talks candidly about her success, her sex symbol rep and the men she left behind

Up Front 30

Hungarian professor Ernö Rubik flummoxes the world with his fiendish little Cube

Chicago’s Cardinal Cody faces a church scandal about power, money and his old friend Helen Wilson

Cathy Lee Crosby forms an incredible team of drug-free celebs to turn kids off drugs

Jack Lemmon, Class of ’47, hams it up for Harvard—and a thousand friends

Crime 43

A baby’s murder turned Houston cop Johnny Bonds into a man with a mission that nearly ruined his marriage

Jocks 48

America’s best miler ever, Steve Scott, strives to escape the shadow of Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett

Arts 50

The Met’s Renata Scotto is the world’s tiniest package of high-powered soprano

Couples 54

Actress Barbara Bosson and writer Steven Bochco are two reasons why Hill Street Blues copped all those Emmys

To the Top 59

Dan Bailey’s Montana shop is the L.L. Bean of fly fishing

In His Own Words 65

In his 24th cookbook the grand old gastronome James Beard proves that gusto and daring are still his dish

Bio 72

Jazz giant Miles Davis ends five years of musical solitude with loving help from Cicely Tyson

Split 81

After 10 years of marriage, Steve and Cyndy Garvey strike out at home

In Trouble 82

Duke University’s Terry Sanford finds that Richard Nixon can still stir up a campus

Medics 85

Heart transplant recipient Tom Bombeck is back in the operating room—as a surgeon

In the Money 95

Hotel tycoon Barron Hilton (Conrad’s son) lives up to his name in style

Sequel 104

A quarter-century after Peyton Place, the late Grace Metalious is still an outcast in her New Hampshire town

Off the Screen 110

TV’s Dr Pepper pitchman, fresh-faced David Naughton, becomes An American Werewolf in London

Mail 4

People Picks & Pans 10

Shaun Cassidy brings his first special to NBC and Mary (Dallas) Crosby jumps onto ABC’s Golden Gate

James Clavell’s The Children’s Story is a kind of Jonathan Livingston Shogun for kids

Bob Dylan lets his Christianity flow in sometimes moving rock, reggae and ballad form

Robert DeNiro and Robert Duvall play brothers—one a priest, one a cop—in the masterful True Confessions

Star Tracks 68

Andrea McArdle gets star treatment

Nancy Marchand gets to the nitty-gritty

Dinah Shore and Gov. Lamar Alexander drawl away an evening

Arnold Palmer slices the Bamboo Curtain

Lionel Hampton raps at the White House

People Puzzle 106

Chatter 112

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