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Congratulations are extended to Marie Pugh. She is the winner of the Charles Wallace Silver Tray which is awarded to the player scoring the most Master Points in our 2007 duplicate games. Dick Brisbin was the runner-up.
Gloria Bryant and Wayne Pegram took first place in our weekly duplicate game last Tuesday evening at the Salisbury Woman’s Club.
Other winners were: Margaret and Charles Rimer, second; Myrnie and John McLaughlin, third; Myrtle Brandon and Betsy Bare, fourth.
This was the deal on Board 14 from Tuesday’s game:
East dealer, neither side vulnerable.
NORTH
«Q 6 5 3a J 5 2
u 10 3
¨ Q 9 7 2
WEST EAST
« 10 9 2 « J
a ó a A K Q 7 4
u K J 8 7 5 2 u A Q 9
¨ K 10 5 4 ¨ A J 6 3
SOUTH
« A K 8 7 4
a 10 9 8 6 3
u 6 4
¨ 8
June Evans and Billy Burke fulfilled a six diamonds contract for the best E/W score on this deal.
The Bryant/Pegram pair reaped a top N/S score since their opponents played three No Trumps, making four.
In the Evergreen Club’s Feb. 15 duplicate game Betsy Bare and Myrtle Brandon took first place.
Other winners were: Stella Shadroui and Betty Bonner Steele, second; June Evans and Billy Burke, third.
We welcome new players to our weekly game. Join us each Tuesday evening at 7 for enjoyable bridge fellowship.n n nBilly Burke is ACBL, Life Master director of the Salisbury Woman’s Club weekly duplicate games.

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