People, Mar. 12, 1973

For once, Gloria Steinem, 36, the ranking elder stateswoman of Women's Lib, did not have the first word. Jack Lemmon, 48, the actor whose movie about a middle-aged sellout, Save the Tiger, is big at the box office, beat her to it. Both were in Cambridge, Mass., to receive awards from Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals. Lemmon allowed that Ms. Steinem "scared the hell out of me." Would he rather be Man of the Year than Person of the Year? Replied Lemmon: "...I'm glad to be anything!" Steinem was somewhat more partisan. Accepting an award...

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