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Bruce Elliott The Back Room on Ken Allen, C.B. Yohe, Richard Himber, George Jason, Ballantine, Ted Anneman, Robert Harbin, JinxVariations The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 178) 712
Audley Walsh, Ken Allen, Gerald R. Blount, Leslie Spiewak, Mike Millet, Ken Beale Given Goblet chosen / poisoned glass is found, several methodsRelated to The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 215) 858
Oscar Weigle Poison Trick chosen / poisoned glass is found, see also p. 849Related toVariations The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 211) 845
Hen Fetsch Perfume Presto! chosen / poisoned glass is foundRelated to The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 236) 943
Ken Allen Paper Clip Marking System The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 360) 270
Ken Allen Loophole Logic No. 90, pen with looped string through handle of mug, puzzleAlso published here Self-Working Table Magic 114
Ken Allen Glass Suspension knife poked into handkerchief-covered glass causes glass to suspend on knifeAlso published here Contemporary Handkerchief Magic - Part One 4
Ken Allen, Karl Fulves No Strings No. 41, knife poked into handkerchief-covered glass causes glass to suspend on knifeRelated toAlso published here Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 119
Ken Allen Mugged pencil with string loop and mugRelated toAlso published here Rigmarole (Issue 4) 43
Karl Fulves Mugged recounting a meeting with Harvey Rosenthal and the waiter knew Ken AllenRelated to Verbatim (Issue 4) 25
Alex Elmsley Devaluation chinese coin in handkerchief and half dollar in pocket change place, pile of half dollar appears as finale, Ken Allen's Chinatown Half set The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 261
Robert Parrish Trained Cards two cards in two pockets transpose, using deck of double facersInspired by
  • routine by Dave Jones (from Ken Allen Lecture Notes from 1957)
Great Tricks Revisited 78
Karl Fulves KF Notes - plastic glass clings to knife
- thread strand in middle of mouth of cup in cups and balls
- Fred DeMuth's tumbler trick
Inspired byRelated to Prolix (Issue 5) 280