Sport: Bridge Board

Spectators at a card game are usually obliged to lean over the contestants' shoulders, to snoop stupidly around the table. Because spectators are apt to make revealing exclamations, they are regarded as a nuisance and scornfully called kibitzers (Yiddish colloquial term). Not so were spectators at a game of contract bridge played last week in the ballroom of Manhattan's Hotel Roosevelt by four experts, under the auspices of the recently organized Bridge Headquarters, Inc. The experts—Willard Karn & fat Philip Hal Sims v. David Burnstine & Oswald Jacoby —played six prearranged hands and...

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