Sport: High Bridge

It is too bad that galleries are barred from tournament bridge. For last week's final in Manhattan's swank Hotel Pierre was one long to be remembered. The most prized team-of-four trophy in bridge, the Harold S. Vanderbilt Cup, was at stake.

Missing this year from the 27-team entry list were Donor Vanderbilt (who had twice been on the winning team), Oswald Jacoby and the late Jimmy Maier (members of the famed Four Aces), several other hardy competitors. So the team to beat was a young foursome headed by a frail little honey blonde, 31-year-old...

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