In volume 14 you will find an article about Margery, the fraudulent medium failing to win the prize offered by Scientific American Magazine for a genuine manifestation, and a biographical sketch about Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser, the great Austrian card expert. Houdini announces the creation of a fund to award three medals, in an effort to encourage originality in magic. Also included is a notice of the passing of Nevil Maskelyne, son of John Nevil Maskelyne, the English magician who was the David Copperfield of his day. There is also a piece on Max Auzinger, the inventor of Black Art. Additionally read about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and his total conviction that spiritualism is real, a report on the 21st annual SAM banquet, editorial notes by Houdini, and the minutes of the monthly meetings.

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