March 11, 1996 12:00 PM

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 15

THE INSIDER 41

PASSAGES 84

STYLE WATCH 97

PUZZLER 110

CHATTER 116

STAR TRACKS 6

Snakes alive, it’s Harrison Ford! Shaq goes on the attack with MTV’s Dan Cortese. At heart, Michelle Pfeiffer’s a Kelley girl, and more

UP FRONT

42 Virginia Tech tries a rape charge on campus, provoking anger on all sides—and a lawsuit challenging academia’s closed-door justice

46 Once fairy-tale newlyweds, beauty and the Brave—actress Halle Berry and Atlanta outfielder David Justice—become free agents

48 Dan Ellison, who years ago pleaded for women to move to bachelor-heavy Herman, Minn., has finally found his own true love

50 Plaid-shirted presidential wannabe Lamar Alexander may not be the Everyman his wardrobe suggests

SCREEN 57

By mixing punch lines with punches in his martial arts movies, Jackie Chan has earned a black belt in wit

SEQUEL 60

She has quit her new TV talk show, and her second husband is headed to prison, but don’t cry for Tammy Faye Bakker Messner

COPING 67

For the second time in 10 years, political strategist Hamilton Jordan, President Carter’s former chief of staff, faced down cancer

CONTROVERSY 73

Opera great Luciano Pavarotti is caught by paparazzi in Barbados as he hits the high seas with his young mistress, Nicoletta Mantovani

COVER 76

After years of public squabbles and private infidelities, Prince Charles and Princess Diana agree to divorce

SCENE 86

Kung fu meets street fighting at the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the controversial kick-, slam-and slugfest available on pay-per-view

HOST 89

When stars have a hankering for soul food, they get Georgia—the elegant L.A. monument to down-home southern cooking—on their minds

CRIME 99

Dr. Haing S. Ngor, who survived the horror of genocide in Cambodia and won an Oscar for his role in The Killing Fields, fell victim last week to gunfire on the streets of Los Angeles

IN HER WORDS 103

With her new guide to good health, Good Morning America’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman helps women make middle age a renaissance

ON THE JOB 112

At Daphne Sheldrick’s orphanage for baby elephants in Kenya, infant pachyderms get bottles of lifesaving formula—and plenty of TLC

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