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Matthew, regarding skiing, are you related to Billy Kidd (silver medal at Grenoble, France in 1968)? This was when the Winter games were still held in Leap Years as the last one was in Albertville, France in 1992.
Feb. 17
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Does anyone in Washington-Northern Virginia area remember the director Larry Galvin's announcement about slow players? Larry died in July 2012 a few weeks before Millard. He usually worked the State Department game on Wednesday nights and the Beth-El NVBA unit game on Thursday nights.
Feb. 17
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I miss Jerry and Trudy Machlin. Also Charlie and Jeanne Stenger. Millard Nachtwey was a club director and before I moved to Baltimore he had his own bridge studio.
More include Marty and Ella Sue Chaitt, Jacque and former husband Bill McCallon and later husband Ziggy Tucker. You got rating point receipts. In a club championship you would get 1 point credited directly from Memphis. Probably had 80 some points when I dropped out to do other things in 1981.
Feb. 14
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Reminds me of 2 different times (Regional knockout in North Bethesda, Maryland in July 2017 and Baltimore modified round robin, Glen Burnie, Maryland in April 2019). In that last 4th of July regional there, Louise and I asked Cynthia and Elias Schneider to play with us. They were visiting their children. That knockout we had the privilege to play against Mark Shaw and Marty Graf's team. In the 2019 round robin Chuck Zurawski, Monica Leid, and Irv Eberlin and I finished first in B which had 7 teams. The A bracket had only 6 teams. Go figure. Just be thankful for what you've got.
Feb. 10
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FSF–as in fourth suit forcing?
Feb. 5
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Philly.moved in 1955.
Feb. 4
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Invitation to the Reisinger:
Come to Silver Spring, Maryland on Saturday, March 7th at 1:30 and 7:30 PM. This is an annual event.
Come to Baltimore, Maryland on Tuesday, April 7th also at 1:30 and 7:30 PM. Since it's also Greek Day, we would love it if you wore your fraternity or sorority sweater, jacket, or even your pin. Yes we like independents also.
This is about the closest I get to that form of team game, also known as point-a-board across the pond. I also got to play board-a-match on New Year's Eve at a party. Anyone for ones, halves or zeroes?
Feb. 3
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Avon, on page 9 do you mean Panama papers or Pentagon papers?
Jan. 30
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Excellent film Zach. Are you able to bring your friends to Baltimore?
Jan. 22
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Karen, I understand too well. Note Western Section includes California, Arizona and Nevada in case any of your students can compete.
Jan. 14
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We now have 4 different theme days.
Friday, April 3 is wear your school ties and other things for your Alma Mater. Saturday, April 4 is sports team day (shirt or sweater for your favorite sports team). I've seen players wear baseball caps also. Monday, April 6 wear your spring national (or any bridge related) t-shirt. Tuesday, April 7, being Greek day, wear your fraternity and sorority regalia. Does anyone remember getting pinned? Thanks.
Jan. 13
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Mike, yes I do remember that breakfast cereal. It's difficult learning that new, improved app from General Mills.
Jan. 12
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Paul, you may wish to contact our former Vice-President Eric Shelton (a District 7 member in Atlanta). He was the one who originally suggested it years ago. It was known as Pro-Am-Ham at the time. Ham was between 600 and 2000.

Our current national officers are President: Harold Bickham (Indianapolis, member of District 11), Vice-President: Mae Clark (Arlington, Texas, member of District 16), Secretary: Gloria Christler (Atlanta, member of District 7) and Mary Mason Young (Durham, North Carolina, member of District 7). Our national board of directors includes 8 Sectional Vice-Presidents. Florida and Georgia are part of the Southern Section, as are Alabama, Mississippi, and all of Tennessee. Thanks.
Jan. 12
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Dear Bobby, Judy and bridge community.
Thank you for the joy of this game. We hope you are in good spirits.
Have a great 2020.
Jan. 11
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Thanks Kevin, I like afternoon and evening sessions better. Morning and afternoon you get almost no time for food.
Jan. 11
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Thanks all. Didn't usually play the Sunday Swiss. Kudos to Rusty and his company.
Jan. 8
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Members compete at the club level during June, July and August (as individuals). Then they compete in their ACBL District finals (Open, B and C). The winners go on to the Spring North American Bridge Championships, this year in Columbus, Ohio.
Jan. 6
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Yay!
Jan. 5
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Hi Kent, wasn't that one from Massachusetts?
Jan. 4
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Way to go John!
Jan. 4
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