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Rufus Jarman

Mr. Jarman, a former newspaperman and staff member of The New Yorker and the Saturday Evening Post , is an instructor at the Famous Writers School in Westport, Connecticut. He wrote “The Great Racetrack Caper,” which appeared in our August, 1968, issue.

Articles by Rufus Jarman

“Come immediately … Nothing like it in a lifetime!” an exalted customer telegrapheds wife after hearing the opening number of the National Peace Jubilee in 1869 Read >>
The bookies had to get racing data from paddock to betting parlor. All at once some very shady characters began showing up at the entrance to the track Read >>

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