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hendeeson, (n.c.) daily dispatch, Saturday, august 12,1933
O -Gc ( HEY, DI3LZ.Y, WHAT
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CONTRACT BRIDGET
WRITTEN TOR CENTRAL CRESS
By E. V. SHEPARD
FAMOUS bridge teacher ,
EXTRAORDINARY DEFENSE
NEITHER BIDE wasl vulnerable
when the following hand was dealt.
Bidding went: South, J-Spade;
VoMh. 2-No Trumps. which was a
fTi-tty stiff b.d for what he held;
Wu-utti 3-Spades, precisely the con
!raci he could have fulfilled, losing
1 ‘Vo diamond tricks, one trump trick
and one heart trick; North. 3-No
Trumps, which was a distinct ovex’-
bid, but he held the contract.
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♦ Q 962
♦Q J 7
*QJ42
•Q 5 r<U ♦l°62
♦KIO 4 -‘ Nor,h - V 8 5 3
♦AKIO 9- w 4543
♦K9 7 3 l-..- Sou,h 4108 6 5
♦AK9 8 7 3
y aj7
♦ 862
♦ A
The opening lead was the 5 of
clubs, which went, to dummy’s lone
Ace. The declarer led a small spade
.tom dummy towards his own J.
"A'est’s Q won the trick. If West had
leu hie K of clubs nothing could have
prevented North from going game, as
be would have won three club tricks,
live spade tricks and otie heart trick,
or nine tricks total, regardless of
subsequent procedure by East and
West.
Suppose West, instead of laying
down his top club, had led back his
S of clubs, the declarer’* J would
GROCERY STOKES, FISH DEALr
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their wrapping paper by buying old
papers for 10c per bundle at the
Dispatch office. Also fine for
kindling fires. 19-ts.
nave won tne ipr-k. assu ., nc , h
two Club tricks, five spade 51(36
one heart trick, requiring a,1(1
added trick for game. \\ h ° n y ar «
West do when a low &,■ r Would
led through him from ell"" Was
he failed ,o win that moh“ " S ! »
result. If West won the n? m,,Rt
trick he would have to lead mi
thing which could not
the declarer a game l ° giva
Instead ot doing a llV 0 f ~
things that must give the deda
certain game, West lea hi* io of l"
monds. after he had won hi, LIT
trick. The declarer’s Jw4 thV t ;; 6
but there was no way in which L
could fulfill his contract \y, e
ways could make three di.'mTi
tricks and one club trick, in .
to tne one spade trick already'w‘on
Ihis meant that West’s return R ad
of a diamond could not fail to ho!< !
the declarer down to 2-odd, no mat'
ter what he did.
The declarer saw bis danger with,
out being able to overcome it H 6
tried his only heps ot going game
North led a law heart from his own
hand towards dummy and finessed
the J. If that had worked the de
clarer would have mode one club
trick, one diamond trick, two heait
tricks and five spade tricks. When
the J of hearts lost to West's K
West ran off three diamond tricks'
North’s gamble of game or going'
down tveo tricks was perfectly iegitp
mate, and preferable strategy to^de
liberately going down a single trick
by taking his eight tricks and giving
his opponents the balance. The
sense was extraordinarily good.
Dispatch
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LOST WEDNEDAY NIGHT 'SMALL
shaggy brown dog, answers to name
of Kri3, if found please notify Bill
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FOR RENT: DESIRABLE ~ STORE
in Horner Building next to Book
Store. Suitable location for any busi
ness. If interested see \V. C. Cates,
Agent for owner. 9-6 u
APARTMENT FOR RENT IN~TKE
Stonewall 215 Young Ave. Furnish
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Only one apartment left. Apply to
Eric G. FLannagan. Sat-ts
LISTEN! —. WHEN YOU WANT TO
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street. Buy Independent gas ana one
of the best motor oils He per qt
10-3 ti
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FOR RENT SIX ROOM BUNGALOW
in good condition, corner of Davis
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furnished downstairs apartment
with private bath and entrance. Mrs.
Geo. J. Rowland. 10-and-12
EXPERT RADIATOR SERVICE-
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cleaned and repaired by an expert
radiator man. All work guaranteed.
Hicks Auto Service. eod*sti 12
FOR RENT: SEVEN ROOM STEAM
heated brick home corner Garnett
and Jennette streets, modern in,
every respect, recently renovated,
garage. Phone 241. Mrs. J. H. Cheat
ham. 12-15-16
FOR RENT AFTER AUGUST 15,
first floor apartment on Horner
street, steam heated all modern con
veniences.' Miss - 'Gussie ■ Blacknall,
telephone number 568-J. 5-8-10-12
NOTICE TO~ TOBACCO FARMERS
You can get old newspapers to pac/.
your cured tobacco on for 10c P e! "
bundle at the Dispatch Office.
Oxford Steam Laundry
and Dry Cleaners
Phone 47
Quality-Service
NOTICE
Default having been made in the
payment of the bond secured by that
chattel mortgage dated the 2nd da>
of May, 1932, executed by Harlan
J. Dorsey, recorded in the office o
the Register of Deeds for
County, N. C., in Book 168 at P a ?“
286, and pursuant to authority con
tained therein, the undersigned v-* 1
offer for sale and s.ell to the hipn- -
bidder for cash on
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1933 AT U
O’CLOCK MIDDAY,
the following described propeF)
All of that certain stock of drugs,
merchandise, goods, furniture, fix- u
and equipment consisting of
medicines, toilet articles, £^ rU
cigars, cigarettes, merchandise. cha ‘‘" > ;
safe, desk, prescription fdes, toget
with any and all other personal P*
perty acquired this day from the
dustrial Bank of Henderson, alto ai-j
and all other goods and merchanm
and furniture and fixtures that
be hereafter acquired in running
general retail drug store, alt of vv **“
now and to ba. located and siFta'e -*
the storebuilding now owned b> - --
Elizabeth W. Dorsey and the
of Laurine W. Dorsey, and for®®
occupied by the late Melville Do
This the 22nd day of J ul 3' ’
THE INDUSTRIAL BAN*.
HENDERSON.
J. P. and J. H. Zoliicoffer,
Attorneys. ___ —7^

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