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Robert was a giant. We'll never see his like again.
9 hours ago
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My father grew up around 24th and Snyder. He also went to Penn. My paternal grandfather worked at Atlantic gas works. Do you remember Gene London or Sally Starr?
June 24
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Yes indeed Bobby. Dan Rowan and Dick Martin and Henry Gibson. Henry was from Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood. I do remember that show. Don't we also know “These are the times that try men's souls?”
Needed to mention the author Thomas Paine.
June 22
Tanya Rodich edited this comment June 23
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Who would like some lemonade? Please don't let me comment on the slam bonuses.
June 21
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We're in danger guys, too close to that Vulnerable Game range.
June 19
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Me 4. I shared this with other District 24 members.
June 17
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Caught my error–the final Saturday is August 17th and not August 16th. Friday is the 16th.
June 15
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Yes sir, excellent write-up.
June 14
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Why are we still arguing? A doubled defeat or a non-vulnerable small slam bonus? Thanks.
June 14
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In the American Bridge Association each and every member gets one vote (at our Summer National). However, this year's candidates for office effective January 1, 2020 ran unopposed. All are double members. They're Harold Bickham in Indianapolis (11), Mae Clark in Fort Worth, Texas (16), Gloria Christler in Atlanta (7) and Mary Mason Young in Durham, North Carolina(also 7).
June 13
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Don't forget nationwide scholarship games (on either Friday evening September 27th or Saturday morning September 28th). All proceeds benefit the American Bridge Association's Educational and Charitable Foundation. Vince Wilmot in my District actually had one to attend Harvard (yes, Ivy League). Do you know Linda Dunn, a Crimson 3 times over?
June 13
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Thanks Karen. I also remember 2013 Bob directing St. Louis 3 times (NABCs, ABA Summer National, and the Gateway to the West regional). He chose you over being head director at Petoskey, Michigan. Bob also liked seeing novice-intermediate players graduate at Gatlinburg and Atlanta.
June 13
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Please don't discount Detroit and Dallas. I do remember a Richmonder named Alice P Brown and a St. Louisan named En Xie playing together at those North American Bridge Championships and placing in the IMP Pairs. I also remember relaying the sad news about Millard Nachtwey to the players assembled at Indianapolis in August of 2012.
June 13
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Regarding Atlantic City, we wish to thank our ACBL allies for joining us this April at the American Bridge Association's Spring National. Maybe we can find more double members this way. ABA does 2 Nationals each year.

We're in that non-vulnerable game zone. I hope we don't get to the vulnerable game zone, let alone any slam zone.
June 12
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Yes we all miss Bob Wallace.
June 12
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That looks like one heck of a triangle. Do we have any players who are shorthanded in silver points? Yes I also saw about Flying Pig and Flying Buckeye.
Are any of these miniature versions of Beye weeks? More likely Mike Roberts weeks.
June 12
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Dear Adam, I admire you for running in one saturated ACBL District. Mine is much less saturated (8 units rather than 2). My unit (135, Maryland Bridge Association) is one of the least saturated as compared to Washington Bridge League and Northern Virginia Bridge Association. Catch up with you later.
June 12
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I do remember the musical by that name. Don't we also get Brussels Sprouts? With or without Hollandaise sauce.
June 12
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Ted you forgot 2002. Yes I miss Jeanne and Charlie and Millard also, Of course I miss Nadine.
June 11
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I started in November 1977 in the Northern Virginia Bridge Association. I'm currently in the Maryland Bridge Association (since 1979).
June 10
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