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    STRATEGY

    For several years a lawyer and a doctor had regularly played golf together. They were evenly matched, and there was a keen sense of rivalry. Then one spring the lawyer's game suddenly improved so much that the doctor was losing regularly. The doctor's efforts to improve his own game were unsuccessful, but finally he came up with an idea. At a bookstore he picked out three how-to-play golf texts, and sent them to the lawyer for a birthday present. It wasn't long before they were evenly matched again.

    Bits & Pieces, March 3, 1994, pp. 22-23.


    Bill Veeck, on his strategy of trading players when he ran the old St. Louis Browns baseball team: "I always felt the more Browns I could place on the other teams, the better off we would be."

    Sport.