By People Staff
March 30, 1987 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 82

Hear ye! Hear ye! The verdict is in, and the “It” guy for ’87 is L.A. Law’s leading looker, Harry Hamlin, who makes mind and mystery a combustible formula for sex appeal

UP FRONT 30

Convicted murderer Phil Eaton and his motley crew of cons win time off for good behavior—by building Delaware prisons

Milan, Ind., the little town that won big, is still celebrating the high school team that led to Hoosiers

That thorny but irrepressible horsewoman Princess Anne leaps into steeplechasing

After four years afoot, Steve Newman becomes the first solo walker to circumambulate the globe

ON THE MOVE 45

Ruth Wallace is hired as a stern nanny for Princes William and Harry

MAIN STREET 46

Postmaster Terry Hagedorn copes with an Iowa town where 903 people share two last names

STAGE 53

No blarney, Ireland’s Colm Wilkinson has Broadway on its feet in Les Misérables

COUPLES 57

When Scott Luczak let his fingers do the walking, they led him straight to future bride Connie Powers, more than 500 miles away

JOCKS 58

Sugar Ray Leonard preps for his showdown with Marvelous Marvin Hagler—and fate

CONTROVERSY 69

Professor James Beck argues that the Vatican’s restorers are destroying the Sistine Chapel in order to save it

CRIME 75

Donald Aronow, legendary designer and racer of powerboats, is the mystery man in a Miami hit

ON THE JOB 93

As the Baby M trial concludes, Michigan attorney Noel Keane makes his case for surrogate parenting

TEACHER 105

Dr. Charles Drake learned the hard way that dyslexics aren’t dumb, merely disabled

TO THE TOP 109

Cartoonist Lynda Barry draws on a very unusual imagination

ARTS 115

The members of Japan’s Kodo percussion troupe are different drummers with a big following

MAIL 6

PICKS & PANS 11

TAKE ONE 29

LOOKOUT 113

STAR TRACKS 116

CHATTER 118

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