It was late Tuesday afternoon after a visit to his Brinkley Court and Bertie Wooster was in a daze, "Jeeves, I think I am in love!" It seems that Bertie had been summoned earlier in the day by Aunt Dahlia (who edits the magazine Milady's Boudoir) to fill in as a 4th for bridge and to charm Miss Daphne Dolores Moorehead (the stunning authoress) so that Aunt Dahlia could convince Daphne to write a new series of stories for the magazine.
Jeeves agreed that Miss Moorehead was indeed a very a nice young lady, when Bertie interrupted. "No, no Daphne had her secretary, Miss Sarah Jones, a dazzling, strawberry blonde with the most beautiful blue eyes that you have ever seen ..." (Bertie relapsed into his stupor). "We had a good time playing and everyone played very well. Unfortunately, I was swept off my feet, I am afraid I made a complete fool of myself. I doubt that I helped convince Daphne to write any articles for the magazine!"
"Sir, please relate the details of the afternoon and let's see if anything can be salvaged." Miss Jones adversely affected Bertie's ability to think and speak clearly, he mumbled in short sentences, but eventually Jeeves was able to get a complete picture of the afternoon.
From the five clues below can you determine in which position everyone sat, what they had to drink and what each person's brilliant play of the afternoon was?
Note: The 4 positions at a bridge table are referred to as North, East, South, and West. Partners sit across the table from each other (NS compete against the EW team). Card play can start from any position but always goes clockwise (ESWN for example).