Waugh, Alec

Waugh, Alec:

see under Waugh, EvelynWaugh, Evelyn Arthur St. John
, 1903–66, English writer, considered the greatest satirist of his generation. Educated at Oxford, he was briefly an art student and a teacher but spent much of his time traveling. He served with distinction in World War II.
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Waugh, Alec. "Code of Honor: How an Astute English Colonel Played a Winning Hand In the Good Old Army Game." Harper's Bazaar February 1927: 58-59, 120, 122, 124.
Brian Lara and the form of Steve Waugh, Alec Stewart and Mohammad Azharuddin lead to the conclusion that 10-1 New Zealand steward Stephen Fleming is an each-way steal.
Waugh, Alec. My Brother Evelyn and Other Portraits.