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December 18, 1972 | Charles Goren
Though the recent Trials to select an American team for the 1973 world championship were "buried" in Lancaster, Pa., I somehow feel that Ely Culbertson, that extravagant, authoritarian—and publicity-conscious—bridge...
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...
July 01, 1968 | Charles Goren
This year someone was supposed to beat the famous Blue Team, and the Americans hoped to have the honor. But in the grueling Olympiad at Deauville the best players from 32 countries failed to alter the traditional plot
October 16, 1967 | Charles Goren
And that was good news for the U.S., as two experienced stars returned to competition and showed the kind of play that may give the all-conquering Italians something to worry about at the next World Championship
June 12, 1967 | Hal Peterson
The World Bridge Championship was in doubt until the final session, but as dawn broke over Miami Beach last Monday it was a case of the same old song again: nobody beats Italy's Blues