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Dr. L. Rothbart Coloroto four-of-a-kind changes front and back with partial rough-smooth
Also published here The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 71) 481
Dr. L. Rothbart Thought Transmission flash light code
Related to Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1 No. 11) 2
Dr. L. Rothbart Sugar Lumps on of three sugar cubes disappears
Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 2) 4
Dr. L. Rothbart X Marks the Spot monte with three blank chips, one has X on one side
Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 4) 3
Dr. L. Rothbart Surprise Sponge Climax three sponges two in spectator's hand, when spectator opens his hand, several small ones appear
Related to Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 7) 2
Stanley Collins, Dr. L. Rothbart Thoughts O.K. prepared (double indices) and ungaffed method for princess card trick
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 86) 547
Dr. L. Rothbart Beats the Band! handling for jumping rubber band
Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 8) 3
Dr. L. Rothbart The Spectre Slate chosen object is divined, with slate, hard and soft chalk
Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 11) 4
James G. Thompson Jr. Moonlight Madness thorough discussion of his and Julia Thompson's Two-Person Code Act, involving flash light for coding, ESP coding, see also p. 348 of Pallbearers Review for credit claim
Related to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 135) 769
Tan Hock Chuan R. & S. Giant Monte odd-backed queen cannot be followed, changes in joker as kicker, partial rough-smooth
Inspired by Rough & Smooth Possibilities 1
Dr. Stanley Jaks Sponge Ball Routine three sponges two in spectator's hand, third vanishes and when spectator opens his hand, fifty small ones appear
Related toAlso published here Who is this Dr. Jaks? 4
Tony Corinda Improved Light Communicator based on the Thompson method
Related to Two Person Telepathy 252
Dr. L. Rothbart Coloroto four-of-a-kind changes front and back with partial rough-smooth, see also p. 89 for comment by John Crimmins
Also published here A History of the Brainwave Principle 74