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May 19, 1975 | Robert F. Jones
Far Tortuga is so seaworthy a novel that to praise it is to place it in extremis. We are all so thirsty for good sea stories these days that even a shallow book like Jaws gets compared to the Odyssey and sells...
January 27, 1975 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Forget the stereotypes. A vigorous band of Mexican technocrats with misgivings about Acapulco is creating a new resort on Cancún
December 24, 1973 | Frank Deford
The road wound for hours, from one end of the island to the other, disclosing a countryside that had a postcard look: lush, green-on-green, burros idly switching along, full-breasted women balancing parcels on their...
December 24, 1973
In increasing numbers the ebullient athletes of the Caribbean are putting their own distinctive mark on sport. To baseball they have brought dash, to boxing passion, to horse racing daredeviltry. Since 1972 tiny...
October 29, 1973 | Andrew Cockburn
This summer English cricket suffered its most disastrous defeat. At the same time the game reached its highest level of popularity since World War II. The visiting West Indian test (international) team trounced...