Sport: At the Drake

Sidney Lenz was not there because he was sick with arthritis. Milton C. Work was not there—he does not risk his whist reputation in bridge tournaments. Wilbur C. Whitehead was detained in Manhattan on business. But bald-headed Maurice Maschke, Republican national committeeman from Ohio, donor of the Cleveland Whist Club Trophy, was there. So were a 60-lb. player (Phillip Harold Sims) and a 130-lb. player (Baron Waldemar von Zeltwitz). Present too was that formidable family, young Mrs. Ely Culbertson and her husband, the editor of The Bridge World. Reputed one of the best...

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