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MEXICAN HOLIDAY

Jan. 28, 1957
Jan. 28, 1957

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Jan. 28, 1957

Coming Events
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
Old Kraut Revives Bruins
Snow Patrol
Mexican Waterway
  • After the run down from San Diego, most sailors start from La Paz for a cruise to Acapulco or the Gulf of California. However, in order to report on the best spots along the entire coast, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED arranged to begin its trip in Guaymas

MEXICAN HOLIDAY

Beginning with the yachtsman's guide to the 960 miles of virgin coast between guaymas and Acapulco shown on these pages, Sports Illustrated present four exciting views of Mexico to the sportman with a travel urge first Ezra Bowen the Acapulco trip by boat and tells what you can see and do along the way. On page 48 Fred Smith takes a look at the new fashions that are showing up on Mexican beaches. On page 51 Horace Sutton provides some tips for the Footloose Sportsman in Mexico City. And on page 52 Rafael Delgado Lozano, one of the world's true aficionados, tells all you should know to see a bullfight at the famous plaza Mexico.

This is an article from the Jan. 28, 1957 issue

MAPERIK BLEGVAD

LOWER CALIFORNIA
GUAYMAS
MULEGE
COYOTE
RICASONLORETO
PUERTO
ESCONDIDO
AQUA
VERDE
LION
Shooting
CABEZA
DE MECHUDO
Bahia Magdalena
LA PAZ
Rancho de
Las Cruces
Duck and Dove Shooting
Hotel las Cruces
PALMILA
Cabo San Lucas
Marlin and Sail Fishing
Skin-diving
Pta. Concepcion
Coronados I.
Shells and
Shark Bones
San José I.
Espíritu Santo I.
San Lorenzo Chan.
Cerralvo I.
Bahia de Los Muertos
Buena Vista
La Rivera
Los Frailes
San José del Cabo
GULF OF OALIFORNIA
Marlin Fishing
ISABEL I.
Tank Diving
START SPORTS ILLUSTRATED BOAT BEGAN HERA
Topolobampo
Altata
MAZATLAN
San Juanito
MARIA MADRE I.
M. Magdalena
MARIA CLEOPHA I.
Lobster Fishing
Cabo Corrientes
Giant Rays
Skin-diving for Gold
Wreck of the "Golden Gate"
Black Head
Lobster Fishing
LAS TRES MARIAS
Bahia
Banderas
YLAPO
PUERTO VALLARTA
Ypala
BAHIA CHAMELA
TENACATITA
NAVIDAD
MANZANILLO
Black Head
Buffadero
IXTAPA
ZIHUATANEJO
ACAPULCO
PACIFIC OCEAN
MEXICO