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December 01, 1969 | Mark Kram
November 24, 1969 | Alice Higgins
When it comes to printing pretty books for the parlor table, most publishers seem to favor sports car fans and yachtsmen over horsey types. Now, in a handsome, expensive ($22.50) and richly illustrated (794 pictures)...
November 25, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
The World Cup competition was held last weekend at one of Rome's two courses. A Monacan shot a hole in one and two Chinese led most of the way, until an old Canadian pro showed them how to win
September 30, 1968
In the Olympics, as in the world, the dominant forces are the U.S. and the Soviet Union. One or the other will "win" the Olympics—that is, capture the most medals, raise its national flag the most times, hear to the...
May 13, 1968 | Pamela Knight
It began in a small way. "All I wanted," said Prince Karim, "was a little piece of land in a nice place away from the usual crowded resorts." He found it five years ago on the northeast coast of Sardinia, a...