WHO DEALT THIS MESS? by

WHO DEALT THIS MESS?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the bridge player in the ""middle states"", this in text, that has its exaggerated, humorous qualities, and pictures by that masterly delineator of the American male, combines to underscore all the foibles and fancies of the Bridge Player- from the feelings about those who do not play, to prenatal care of embryonic bridge players, to the addicts that use every excuse for a game. Bridge on holidays, fishing, riding, trains, kibitzers, duplicate bridge, husband and wife bridge, playing for stakes, systems and conventions- this is the book for your hostess at bridge, for that small house present, etc. Excellent plus sale and bridge players will love it.

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1948
Publisher: Doubleday