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I—Form of verb “t© be”
3 Save from decay
10— Greatly
12— Overhead
13— Trampled
15—Frozen desserts
I?—Severe
19—Absorbed in thought^
21—Youths
23—Robs
25—Beneath
27 —Pale, brown color
29—Picture, borders
32—Pertaining to blood ve9?el3
35 Resound
36 Broken seed coat of grain
38 —Small bottles
41— Fasten
42 Dredging machines
43 — Perform
DOWN
1 — Astern
2 God of war
4 C'hief deity of Egypt
5 Kind of wood
6 Thus
7 Wicked
8— A register
9 Oriental
11- -Peony
tl—An obligation
'* CONTRACT BRIDGE 1
WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL PRESS 1
By EV. SHEPARD I
I • FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER A
A HAND FROM MIAMI
HERE IS a very interesting hand
played by W. W. Fentress at Miami.
Think of it both from the standpoint
of safety at rubber bridge, and from
the duplicate standpoiiN of trying for
top score on the hand.
♦AQJ 9 7 4
VA J 4
♦ 4
♦ K t> 4
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£ 10
IF 10 3
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4b A 10 8 5 2
4 North and South were vulnerable
Then West, dealt. Bidding went:
N'orth, 1-Spade; South, 2-Diamonds;
North, 3-Spades, to force; South, 4-
Clubs; North, 4-Spades: South, 5-
Clutas, to show that his two minor
suits were of equal lengths; North,
d-Clubs; West doubled on apparently
a certain trick in Diamonds and a
toss-up trick in hearts. All passed,
with Fentress the declarer.
There is a certain small slam at
clubs, agaiust any defense: 4 spade
tricks, 2 heart tricks, 1 diamond trick
and 5 club tricks. Against perfect
defense no strategy should yield an
ndded trick. .
| The Opei&ni Tiftad f)f *t|S£"!(&**;
•probably was a singleton, “ts - Very
long in trumps it is probable that
TWINS THAT ARE REAL TWINS
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Herman Leia Loia / Harmon
flerman and Harmon Loveless
are twins. So are their w’ives,
Lela and Lola. They have been
rparried 15 years, a double wed
ding in their home town, Carth
4go. Mo., culminating childhood
PAGE SEVEN
16—Compass point
18 —Kind of flower
20—Fastened with a olamp
22—Certain
24 Eighth day after a church
festival
26—Deaden •;
28—South American country;
30— Aetatis (abbr.)
31— Slipped
S3—Skill
34—Covered
37 —New (prefiv)
39 Argentum (symbol)
40— Senior
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West would lead another suit. Th*i
natural method of playing the hand
is to at once pull trumps, leaving
South with a single long trump,
Second the lone spade would he led,
overtaken with dummy's Ace, intend*,
ing to give opponents a single trick
In the suit and leading off that suit.
That process would yield 5 spade
tricks, in addition to f. trump tricks
and the two red Aces.
South played the hand more ad*
venturously. He won the first trick
with dummy’s K of clubs, then led
the Ace ol spades. Had tire K not
dropped from East’s hand nobody
can predict what might have taken
place. If a second spade had to b«
led and lost to the K in West’s hand
and a heart return removed the Ace
of that suit the dummy would ba
dead. However, that did not happen.
When the K of spades tell under
dummy’s Ace, south led a second, low
spade. East foolishly ruffed. South
overruffed. The Ace of diamonds
was led, followed by the Q. West
covered with the K. Dummy ruffed
with the 4. A good spade was re
turned. East ruffed and South over
ruffed. The declarer led a low dia
mond. Dummy's last trump vyaa
played. Another good spade was leu,
with another ruff and overruff, Jc-Av
ing South able to pick up least’s last
trump. Diamonds were estribljal'id.
Dummy held a good spade ‘upon
which to discard declarer's lo.spis
heart, and giving him a grand slam,
which never could have been made
unless East had ruffed spades. To
morrow *we will seeUioAv the hands
would fare at no trumps'. '
romances. Physical character*
tics are almost identical and
dress alike to the smallest detail!
The four are inseparable, Th.s!
dwell in the same house'-gt
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