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December 11, 2012

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bob b

Nice piece Rick. Spring Hill College actually placed a monument with a likeness of Morphy and short bio on the campus grounds near the student center. Back in my day at the "Hill", we'd occasionally sit nearby under the oaks and play chess, backgammon, etc, under the watchful eye of Morphy's granite stare. He didn't impart any wisdom or tips my way however and thus I probably lost more than won (drinking age was 18 in Alabama then and we'd play for beer money - quarter drafts at nearby watering holes). Great times . . . I'd like a do over of my college years and maybe this time around Morphy will channel through me. Cheers !

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