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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, January 29, 1931, Image 3

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BRIDGE GAME I
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the f that were sot 2s the hard
the 8 frees. Dramy; Mrs Bcse^. i
Easd payed the Draoe; and De
ckt was farcfsl to wt= the Qscer.
me -Jae IS, frees the dasad hard
To trick two. Declarer led her
Ace of Hearts: Wee pined the t:!
Ihoesy the Trey; and East the i
Dence. Declarer ccetrraed wish the
t of BtarjE; West played the' Jack;
Danner the Qaaea: and East the
A Declarer was thea a posrrior
to finesse her Dteeah So from
Dnasy she Jed the 7 of Danooi?
East played the Deice: elated hand
I the Q&eec: and Wot the *. De
j tiarer played the Qaees at a false
* card to withhold isfactssatice freer
the adversaries; a ermstul fl
seae of the Jack woci! have rsarit
ed the Qaees n Declarer's hand
To trick fire Mrs, MaoerSeff 3ed
the 7 of Hearts; West dhcarded the
4 of Spade*; Paggy wen the
trick with the Kag of Hearts: and
Ease played the 18 of Hearts. De
clarer then led the 3 of Diazcoc.:
from Iteraty; East played the 4
Deciar-r tb» Jack; West the U
Deriarer realised that her Ace-8 of
the K-ZX-4 probably bdd hr East
and that she needed another Dia
mond tad £m Dssraty; so it «u
a food tsirjr that she had han
dled her Hearts so as to gtse
IkoncT three entries in that aadt. 1
To trick arses Declarer ied the
5 af Hearts, oaertakanff atth Dose
jbT's *; West dararded the Trey of ,
ChAa and East the Trey of Snaide*
Declarer proceeded to tad Dcat
arr's Trey <jf Dasca* East play
ed the C_ Dfclarer the *: and West ;
caacarfed the « of CUa. The tad
af Declarers Ace of ttaasceda thm ,
dropped East* Kr.t West <ts
carthaf the 7 of C-Jaa and Donnay
the Deere of Ciafaa
Tb trick its Declarer !ied the li
of Spades: West piayed the I;
Drstaey the tack Cc aarfcai
froea the onrsaT tad •:■?•»£ t=-i» »
^w»t ^ajaald srav;^ and Mrs
Declarer had earefnZT played ctaed
band's Qneeg af Soades oc the
eSesemh trick to tad the Are of
card of the 5 of CM* Ob tha
track East discarded tie 4 -af CTaba
and Wese played the' § at a^xLsmt.
Declarer a: thas poca: had takes
led the 9 at Chta hsr D^aarr
Mrs. Btabr East... played the 24. j
and Declarer —y- —j- * *>•»-**
pjr"»d the Qaeen froc* *•
Of ao Declarers^ «f Ota
krr=? fCcr-s oaf firrzth 7* for
trsek? Mi for Gref sr*.nr cf «
far Aces A: rViere«-s*e «r Drhb
care there siwM base been 12S
Is analTCnr the crh.vay?Tg» nr*
Mr. Wbck *kd: “The pear of tee
hand Shotra-jes The aepeatasn* ef
tarr-ir • tinrsaap by ■taenrtnx
|tfae masAQsaes and taksay *f
lea-riae* of t r-x. Had Mrs. Msbs
'Cneff act a-Tpreciat^d that she
aarx wf Xf* Uaryxsfl jufJ
.and j*ese Ch tad free: Dr^rry 14
•fl the jEpprjaee «f gg»aat tin*
Own? fcJM efrefag that she
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rale* and George
Leave For Havana
BtWAKfc 1HL UUIOH rROM
COLDS THAT HANG ON
CREOMULSION
Sunshine Mellows
Heat Purifies
LUCKIES
are always
kind to your
throat
pkyakmo nz Kap
caeafdoon^mme
«
detpy^piaej
crj. hate a peri
odic chedk-np om
ne htsakofyaur
body.
Everyone knows that
sunshine mellows—that’s why the
"TOASTING" process includes the
use of the Ultra Violet Rays. LUCKY
STRIKE—the finest cigarette you
ever smoked, mode of the finest
tobaccos—the Cream of the Crop
—THEN—"IT’S TOASTED." Every,
one knows that heat purifies
and so "TOASTING"-that extra,
secret process—removes harmful
irritants that cause throat irrita
tion and coughing.
“It’s toasted »
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