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After ten grueling hours of duplicate bridge over a two-day period, the four-man team from the Harvard Bridge Club copped the Ivy League Bridge Championship. Harvard's opponents in the match at Columbia over the weekend were Brown, Columbia, Princeton, and Pennsylvania.

The Crimson quartet, captained by Frank Bunn '57, contained the cream of the Harvard Bridge Club. Playing mainly Goren and a few conventions of their own devising, Bunn, Eugene Gardner '58, Paul Gardner '59, and Kalon Kelley '59 gained 291/2 points out of a possible 48 to win the meet.

Although Harvard did not participate in last year's tourney, representatives of the Bridge Club are confident that the Crimson will continue to field teams in these annual meets, as well as local contests.

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