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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
August 31, 1970 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
It's little Debbie Meyer who won three golds in Mexico in 1968 (below). At 18 (right), she is simply ancient by female swimming standards, but not too creaky to set another world record at LA.
May 11, 1970 | Edwin Shrake
Sam Cummings deals in firepower. He is a good man to know if you are a gun fancier or a hunter who wants to buy a weapon like the German Luger he is aiming across these pages or one of the tens of thousands of...
January 12, 1970 | Whitney Tower
Though economists predict trouble in 1970, the view of one of sport's major activities—horse racing—remains bullish