Sport: Bridge

Ever since Harold Stirling (''Mike") Vanderbilt put up the Vanderbilt Cup for contract bridge teams of four, he has been ambitious to have his own name engraved on it among the winners. Last week, for the first time in five years, he had a good chance. The famed Four Horsemen of bridge—Hal Sims, Willard S. Karn, David Burnstine and Oswald (''Ossie") Jacoby, who won the cup a year ago—were split up. Mr. Vanderbilt was playing with Sims, Karn and Baron Waldemar von Zedtwitz, onetime member of Ely Culbertson's Bridge World team which won...

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