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April 20, 1970 | Charles Goren
When the Dallas Aces (SI, March 23) and Omar Sharif's Bridge Circus completed their tour of seven U.S. cities last month they had played a total of 840 deals—the longest team contest in bridge history. Since the...
February 23, 1970
GRAVE MATTER (CONT.)Sirs:Many people undoubtedly feel that your article, Mortgaging the Old Homestead (Feb. 2), had very little to do with sports. Nevertheless, it was probably one of the most important...
January 26, 1970 | Victor Mollo
The play of a single card could win or lose as much as $5,000 for Omar Sharif's Circus and the English experts
June 02, 1969 | Charles Goren
One, if by land, and two, if by sea" was the agreed signal, you remember. But do you recall how many lanterns Paul Revere's friend hung in the tower of the Old North Church? Of course, you could work it out for...
October 21, 1968
UP THE IRISH!Sirs:Dan Jenkins' article on the Notre Dame-Purdue game (Leroy on the Loose, Oct. 7) is at best irrelevant and pointless and at worst tasteless and disgusting.