Sport: Money Game

U. S. citizens who are weary of bridge, ping-pong, cards-in-the-hat, yet who cannot endure the strain of an evening without a game in some form, were last week offered a new and original pastime invented by so famed an author as Norman Angell, British economist and pacifist. Called The Money Game and published by E. P. Dutton & Co. in the unique form of an explanatory book bound with a box of cards, the new entertainment purports to combine the thrill of cards with instruction in finance.

It may be played by any number of...

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