August 31, 1970 | Edwin R. Shrake
First the Mexican army chased out the peasants, then Texan Troy Post built 'the most prestigious club anybody ever heard of,' a $30 million hideout just for good ol' boys—and girls—with lots of money
July 15, 1968 | Fred R. Smith
Sheathed in copper and glowing like a sun, the Sports Palace (below) is the architectural gem of Olympic Mexico. It will seat 25,000 spectators for basketball, a sport which resembles the sacred game that was the...
December 13, 1965 | Roger S. Hewlett
An electric fan, a tank of water, soda straws, cellophane and lots of imagination are ample ingredients for a lively winter of sailboat racing, with no necessity whatever to go out in a boat on the frosty seas
November 30, 1964
"I won't be back until I've caught up on my fishing," said White House Press Secretary George Reedy as he headed out for an Acapulco vacation. A friend, who knew Reedy's appetite for the sport, said, "Too bad—we'll...
March 02, 1964 | Carleton Mitchell
Despite innovations designed to make her the fanciest ocean racer afloat, 'Kialoa II' boasted no gadget to control capricious winds