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NOV. 30, 1932
CULBERTSON'S
TEAM LEADING
BRIDGE EVENT
Tied With Von Zedtwitz
Entry in Competition for
Chicago Trophy.
B" t nitr.it Prrm
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.—The teams
of Eiv Culbertson and Waldemar
Von Zedtwitz led today as the
tcams-of-four competition for the
Chicago contract bridge trophy en
tered its second round.
The matches are part of the win
ter tournament of the American
Bridge League. Playing at the same
time was the pairs competition for
the Cavendish cup. Both will be
played in three rounds, ending Fri
day. Today s play will be the sec
.ond round.
Neither Culbertson nor his wife
played in the first round. They sent
substitutes under the new rules,
which permit each team to have
five players.
Hugh Jackson, substitute for Cul
bertson, played with Oswald Jacoby,
Theodore Lightner and Michael T.
Gottlieb and won twenty out of a
possible twenty-eight matches. The
next highest team in their section
was that of Philip Hal Sims. Wil
lard S. Karn, H. Huber Boscowitz
and Sherman Sterns. They won
nineteen.
Tn the other section, the team of
Von Zedtwitz, George Reith, B. Jay
'Becer and S, G. Churchill, led. Sir
Derrick Wernher, William E. Me*
Kenney, Levis Ayres and Mrs. H.
L. Peterson were next.
One of the interesting hands de
veloped in the play w'as one in
which partners, with both sides vul
nerable, fought one another for the
right to name trumps.
The hand:
NORTH
SPADES—fI 2
. HEARTS—A Q .1 10 fl 3
DIAMONDS—9 X t 2
CLUBS—A
WEST EAST
SPADES—S 4 SPADES—IO 9 7 3
HEARTS— K 9 HEARTS—4 2
DIAMONDS— I(I 7 9 DIAMONDS—A 0 6
CLt'BS—K 1(1 (i A3 2 CLUBS—Q J 7 1
SOUTH
SPADES—A K Q J R
HEARTS—K 7 5
DIAMONDS—K J 8
CLUBS—H H
Half the pairs ended the contract
with four spades: the others at four
hearts. Almost all of the latter
made six hearts.
Many of the West sized up the
.situation correctly when the bid
was at four spades and led the 9
of hearts from the king doubleton.
This alarmed the Souths, causing
them to believe the 9 a singleton
with the assurance that a heart lead
back would be trumped. They ac
cordingly refused the finesse and
went up with the heart ace from
the Dummy, thereby limiting them
selves to five spades by losing to
the heart king and the diamond
ace.
Gone, but Not Forgotten
Automobiles reported to police as stolen
belong to:
W. A. Courtwright. 3119 North Meridian
street. Buick sedan. 3-111, from Thirtieth
Street Garage, 36 West Thirtieth street.
E. A. Houck. 3055 North Meridian street,
Cadillac sedan. 26-057, from Thirtieth
Street Garage. 36 West Thirtieth street.
Carl Patterson, 1652 Winton avenue,
Chevrolet coupe, from Pennsylvania and
Washington streets.
E. M. Smith. Greenfield, Ford coach,
591-279, from Greenfield
Howard Yohler, 1130 Linden street,
•Chevrolet coupe, 82-832, from in front 1130
Linden street.
Roscoe Rodgprs, 1701 Union street. Es
sex sedan. 56-531. from 1701 Union street.
Ram Nicely, 1202 North Mount street,
Ford roupe. 34-340, from Illinois and
Georgia streets.
BACK HOME AGAIN
Stolen automobiles recovered by police
belong to:
Arthur Teall. Zionsvilte, Ind., Ford
coupe, found at Tibbs avenue and Minne
sota street.
J. Ray. 821 South New Jersey street,
Stewart truck, found in front of 535 East
Merrill street.
Maurice Webb. 1310 Castle avenue, Olds
mobile sedan, round at Tenth and Dor
man streets.
R. C. Rodgers, 1701 Union street. Essex
edan found at Sanders and Shelby streets.
Eagle Mascot to Get Monument
By I nited I‘rrxn
JIM FALLS, Wis., Nov. 30.—Plans
are being made to erect a monu
ment to the memory of Old Abe, the
huge eagle that served as a mascot
for the Eighth Wisconsin volunteers
during the Civil war.
At Sander & Recker’s
M j|l
THURSDAY NIGHT
BE sure to visit our Ex
hibition of Furniture,
Rugs and Art Objects.
JOIN the thousands who
have enjoyed our mar
velous exhibition of artistic
and useful “Gifts for the
Home.”
SANDER & RECKER
' FURNITURE company
MERIDIAN AND MARYLAND
TUBE GUESSES
Wi:at does this yT
STATUE SYMBOLIZE? j
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Mat flows? ic this? mowpotetwis?
(Answers on Comic Page)
INDIAN GIVER’ JAILED
Roomer Is Arrested on Complaint
of North Side Woman.
Harry Graham,, roomer in the
home of Mrs. Ethel Dawson, Sev
enty-seventh street and Keystone
avenue, was an Indian giver, she
told deputy sheriffs who arrested
him Tuesday night on an assault
and battery charge.
According to Mrs. Dawson,
Gresham announced he was leav
ing and tried to take a radio set
which she said he had given her in
lieu of money he owed. When, she
objected she said Gresham struck
her in the face with his fists.
Sues for $25,000 Damages
Walter Hass, 1302 Montcalm
street, who alleges he was overcome
by gas that escaped from a main
in Montcalm street, today sought
$25,000 damages from the Citizens
Gas Company. He charged the gas
seeped into a store where he worked,
Nov. 28, 1931,. in a suit filed in a
superior court Tuesday.
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THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
her birth, according to advices from
Anderson today.
Deportation will be sought as a
result of the girl's arrest with
Thomas Hedger of Anderson on
charges ot stealing an automobile
in that city.
The girl, who says her parents
were slain in Mexico asserts she
slipped into the Dnipd States ten
years ago by hiding under the seat
of an automobile.
MCI WATER TREATY
St. Lawrence Project Given
Michigan’s Approval.
By rnited Pre*
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.—Mich
igan. through its Governor and its
chambers of commerce, today gave
emphatic approval to the St. Law
rence waterway treaty, pending be
fore the senate foreign relations
committee.
Governor Wilbur M. Brucker told
the committee many Michigan lake
ports were clearing the way for
extensive developments to enable
them to handle sea-going vessels,
orice the project is completed.
He and J. C. Beukema, represent
ing Michigan business groups, em
phasized the importance to the au
tomobile and other industries of
cheap transportation to the sea
coast and to foreign nations.
FAMILY QUARREL FATAL
By VnitrH Prrt*
COLOME, S. D.. No\. 30—A
family quarrel in a local drug store
ended Tuesday in the suicide of Ben
Rudolph of Colome, after he Rhot
and seaiously wounded Mrs. Rudolph
and her mother. Mrs. John Noelle.
Rudolph fired several shots at his
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wife and mother-in-law and fled
from the store, then he shot him
self in the head, dying instantly.
COUGHING
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pouch* in 15 minute* or back. K
tm.tr. piesMnnt prescription, not a
cough syrup. 35c all druggists.
THOXINE

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