Daily Republic: Students hope to spell victory

FAIRFIELD — In many ways, Stevenson Linder is your average fourth-grader. He plays hide-and-seek, takes judo and says words like “stink.” But in one way he is not: without a flinch, he can spell words like “antimacassar,” which is a piece of cloth put over the back of a chair to protect it from grime.

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