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TIME THAT COUPLE FROM HOOTSTOWN missed THE TURN ANO WENT OUT ‘THEE FRONT WWDow ' —•- a--- . ... ." , ’ <igV*3~ LEt W.STANi.EV CgUTPgAI. -2.1-3&'' CROSS WORD PUZZLE 1 |- I 3 h I s \ 7 I p h> 10 " |np — 15 ||p • I€> (7 “— HP** __ 52 " |pT p| ~ ~ ~ |||3a ~ p||'i9 "40* ' i-l • 1 I I Ml 1 I I Ul ACROSS I—To dye 6—Brisk 1"-A eit> in India 1 _’ —Upon 13 Form of the verb "to be” 14 — Discharge 15 — Decay 16 — Recent 18 — An agreement 19 — A weight 11—A bishop’s robe I ; > —A kind of leather 15— A city in Italy 17— A country 19 —A malarial fever 81— High priest of Israel 82— Vigor 33—A city in Italy 86—Within 37 Form of the verb “to be” 38 — Humor 39 A foot covering 41 Make amends for 'To pay out money DOWN I—A1 —A European peninsula I—Rentier it —Boy’s nioknamo ; 4 —Frozen water 6 —lnsensible 4 —Attorney (abbr.) t—A state of the U S. (abbr.) f CONTRACT BRIDGE WRITTEN fOR CENTRAL Pft£SS*» I 5 i By t V. s SHEPARD | FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER jA SAFETY PLAYING ' TIFF HAND toilay was |>lay«d H\ Charles S. Lochridge (North ) m l John Ran (South) during the t - ment which gave them the jini: trophy, in the American Bridge league contest, in December. The strategy beautifully illustrates “safe ty playing”, a« employed by leading experts. ♦ QJ n * A K Q 10 7 + None *A7 5 2 *IOB6 ♦ 0 « 2 ¥ 9(j 3 M . ¥ 8 4 ♦ A Q J 8 ♦ 10 ti 4 2 5 S. A Q J 8 4 4b 10 6 4A K 4 VJ 5 2 ♦K9 7 3 |b K 9 3 Bidding pent.: North (dealer). 1- South, l-Spade (of <-ourse he might have aid 2-No Trumps, be ing too strong for the negative 1 -No Trump); West. 2-Diamonds; North, 2- South, 2-No Trumps; North, 3-Spades: South. 4-1 Parts; North, 6-Hearts, ending the auction. South’s bidding had given a lino pic ture of his holdings. j The opening lead was the 2 of dia lmonds. Dummy played low North ruffed. The odds were G 8 to 32 that opposing trumps were held 2-2 If that was so the small slam contract should be fiilFdjeo with minimum rid? f I V r " Next Supreme Court Member? MS , M jjjjjl >■■• ■ .<._ . aMMay »»« %.. ■:»■■■, .imßmaß <-m ~ ra ||j| * H il :|jyj| y JhH f||| MmMyy • Senator Joe T. Robinson (left), here shown leaving the White House with Attorney-General Homer Cummings, after the gold decision of the Supreme Court, is mentioned as a possible appointee to the court. One of the jurist's resignation is expected to follow the court’s decision hecause of his vehement disagreement with its interpretation. 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I* pH ° M, 1 E 5:22 1 o|cA Ai|d'o B]H & aH| elTm|n EM £ R (, E N c l €L by the tart’ '.]•- r.r m •. >. v. •• North !,•): ;i ii< •!, ;i;,(i I'ol.ov-. < ■<l o'if, l.m'li" dvc wm t :,<-■ ijc-.t 2 triuJta by playing of. in-- acr> .'iiv.l R of hearts, •honii iig ,i!i oppo. hp: irinvips e>;cct>t the 3 Tiie K of s,>n.drs ga’ve entry to du:mim North ruffed a return load of diamonds with his 10 Again dummy was entered by means of the second lu ll • pe.de. \tiotl.er diamond was led and ruffed, faking the de clarer's la: i i rump. Dummy mill held i he i<>p trump and Won held ihe lon# At (lie ■■; •hill trick a lev Huh was leu Dnmn .•' K won the tt ink. The hist trump held by the decirring side picked ui' the onl> trumfi held ad '.ersel\ The small dam was then i . uriii A low spade from dummy enabled North to win Hit- tenth and eleventh tricks willi his Q and ,1 of spdaes The twelfth trick went to North’s Ace of clubs, lie had discarded on# club when dummy led the .1 of hearts. North held a losing club and he had to give the defenders the thirteenth trick, just fulfilling contract. Both bidding and piny were of champion ship caliber. v Probably many readers will thjinli that South might have made 6*No Trumps, which is true, supposing West made an opening lead of his diamonds. But suppose that West makes a short opening lead on so high a contract? The declarer can run off i spade tricks, G heart tricks and _ dub tricks, but Fast will hate the club- slopped and he will hold h diamond. No trumps would be too dangerous, aside from counting I#’*; than !"'’arts with ieo honors.