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* ... American author John Ball (who wrote the mystery novel "In the Heat of the Night" involving the African-American police detective Virgil Tibbs in 1965) performed as a semi-professional magician in college as [[Jacques_Morintell]]...
 
* ... American author John Ball (who wrote the mystery novel "In the Heat of the Night" involving the African-American police detective Virgil Tibbs in 1965) performed as a semi-professional magician in college as [[Jacques_Morintell]]...
 
*  ... Joe Sternbach brought the [[New York Roundtable]] to the west coast by starting the [[Los Angeles Roundtable]] in 1946...
 
*  ... Joe Sternbach brought the [[New York Roundtable]] to the west coast by starting the [[Los Angeles Roundtable]] in 1946...
* ... the magic newsletter [[ASA]] by [John Novak]] in the 1970s was named for the two IBM rings in Austin and San Antonio...
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* ... the magic newsletter [[ASA]] by [[John Novak]] in the 1970s was named for the two IBM rings in Austin and San Antonio...
* ... ‎[[Charles T. Jordon]] put out the [[Ten New Tricks Series]] in the 1920s...
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* ... ‎[[Charles T. Jordan]] put out the [[Ten New Tricks Series]] in the 1920s...
  
 
''See also  [[Special:Recentchanges|Recent changes]]''.
 
''See also  [[Special:Recentchanges|Recent changes]]''.

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