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October 14, 2013

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How well I remember those days. Before you got the gig, we'd reserve time at Le Select or the Rond-Point or wherever and solve Will Weng's puzzle. He favored "Haile --- " as a clue and we were highly delighted. And the ball scores, which we got 24-36 hours after the fact. And the occasional pieces originating from the Paris offices: there was one on Mal Waldron, who used to accompany Billie Holiday and was now living in Paris. In the photo above, is that you posing with Jean Seberg? Did you take her to the Rosebud for jazz and chili?

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