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December 02, 1963 | Charles Goren
The U.S. will have two fine teams for the 1964 World Bridge Olympiad, although the results of the recent International Trials in Miami Beach must be considered in the nature of an upset. Nobody seriously believed,...
April 20, 1964 | Charles Goren
Robert Hamman and Don Krauss are young and Sam Stayman and Vic Mitchell often bluff, but the U.S. is counting on them in the Olympiad
May 25, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
Shaky in the early stages of the Olympiad, nearly beaten by Great Britain in the semifinal, Italy's masterful bridge team rallied to crush the U.S. in the final to win its seventh world championship in eight years
December 14, 1970 | Charles Goren
A Los Angeles foursome of Lew Mathe, Don Krauss, Richard Walsh and John Swanson overcame an almost insurmountable deficit of 83 international match points to defeat a favored New York quartet headed by Phil Feldesman...
October 18, 1971 | Charles Goren
By beating a squad of young Precision System experts led by Joel Stuart in the semifinal of the U.S. team playoffs in New York last month, Lew Mathe's team avenged an earlier defeat and moved a step closer to a...