From the ACBL website Craig Robinson comments on his stop at Bridge of Tulsa
It seems appropriate that stop #66 be in Tulsa. This is the home of
Phillips 66 and old route 66 goes this city. The Tulsa Bridge Club had
22 ½ tables. Greg Burton is the director and he runs his own version of a
spider movement, therefore we had one section playing two sets of 26
boards. The club has a vibrant teaching program, hand records for all
games, limited games for new players, and friendly people. I played with
Nancy Phillips, formerly of Western Pennsylvania, but as she explained,
“I gave birth to five kids in this state. I am an Oklahoman!” She was a
delightful partner and we played pretty well and finished 4th.
Afterward, Nancy joined District Director Phyllis Harlan, her husband
Bill, Elaine and me, and our granddaughter Faith for a sandwich and a
drink next door. This would be the first of 9 consecutive days of 100+
Robinson - President of the ACBL, Greg Burton - Auditor, Marilyn
LaFleur - Tournament Coordinator, Ted Meyers - Tournament Chairman Tulsa Regional 2011
We had some ACBL officers visit Tulsa August 19, 2011. So I asked some of the tournament staff to pose with them.
Oyler - Partnerships, Phyllis Harlan - National Board of Directors,
Angie Reed - Registration, Joan Hauger - Caddy Master, Bill Harlan
Robinson and his partner, our Emerald Life Master, Nancy Phillips.
Bridge of Tulsa was number 66 on Craig's 100 club tour.