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Since I work at home, the Times forwards all my mail. And I buy a lot on eBay, puzzle books and magazines and memorabilia. What's your most recent fabulous score on eBay?Just last night, I won some early 1950s crossword puzzle books. I believe I'm the only person who collects old puzzle magazines. They ought to be preserved. Sometimes, I get ideas from them. Last week, I got a very cool thing: a ribbon from the 1916 Eastern Puzzlers League Convention. Oct. 10: Will Shortz is rolling into town to deliver the keynote address for Portland State Weekend. The 19th annual event is a whirl of seminars and lectures hosted by the PSU Alumni Association. Broadway, PortlandHow much: Tickets for the.
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