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SHEPARD g§ FAMOUS WIDBE TEACHER J& PRtTTY Wok#l KBR® IS AN Interestiuff Land tent Jr by Mrs. G. R. Wilson. «lens Falls, N. Y. Altliongh the bidding <vaa unusual, South finally arrived at the best call of 3-No Trumps. The opening* lead was the 5 of hearts. North and South alone are vulner able. East has doubled, and both lie and declarer should use , what ap pears to them to be the best strategy. How many tricks can South win against the best subsequent defense of East, whose double renders him the defenders’ captain. 4JB 0 2 f 643 ♦ K 1) 3 ♦A 7 4 *5 8 nr. — * a 10 4 * 10 8 7 if A K ’.i *3O 6 4 * ♦Q 5 Jfi J 8 3 2 —4Q 10 6 5 ♦K Q 7 ♦Q J 2 ♦AJ 8 7 2 ♦ K i) Win the first trick with East’s K of hearts. His best chance to defeat the contract is to employ his high honors to establish clubs. Have him lead back his lowest club. South’s K will win, To go game South must win two tricks In each black suit and five diamonds, or the substitution of a heart trick for one of the spade tricks. Play the hand any way you like. Leading a high spade from the short end of that suit is the most normal method of offense. Naturally East will not win tlie first spade trick, but when the K is followed by the Q it is probable that East will take his Ace of spades, as he has that suit stopped again. If East re BILLIE BURKE BACK ON BROADWAY A Billie Burke Leaving Hollywood for the first time since the death of her late husband, Florpnz Ziegfeld, Hillie ! Burke, well-known film and stage : actress, are on a visit to New ! PAGE SEVEN 31 Female fowl 32 Extinct New Zealand bir«| 36 lit !i .'.(liooi (ahhr.) i'>7 ln>Vh (ahhr.i Siouan tribe 21 —1 lined 26 — Beseech 27 — Compass point 28 — Small untille lode cavity 30 —Chatter Answer to previous puzzle. *t s P F\ HVb j cjC, mR & C H_ o ft V t L. jf\ rTHTT nlt *| q n mq^jrc ekpsp o E5 E. |T (\ EGf Q ~ r 4 k ° r[ftl’ebs^o [fa fuses the second spado 'ri.-'k, wafilrg? for South to lead .t third round spades South can force East Into the lead willi the Ace of hearts, by leading the Q of hearts. Supposa that East puls up his Ace of spades when South leads the second higb honor from his hand. Ite will clear clubs by leading the C of that suit. West’s J will force dummy’s Ace, leaving (he suit established for East, who still has entry in his Ate of I hearts. Start running off five diamond tricks. .M the end of the third round of that .'iiit the players will hold as shown below, ft J 8 V 4 8 «*. 7 tin 8 7 aTH Jf* 8 m £ v A Jf. id ♦ 7 ♦ y j ♦ S 7 Mere is a 5 card problem, with South in the lead and bound to win two triit: in diamond and the .1 of spades, let Kart do what lie likes. Lend next to Ihe la::1 diamond and let go one of dmiini','. hearts. Mast must let go a t hil"» to prevent dummy’s spades from huth becoming good. Lead the last diamond and let go dummy’s last heart. If Fast lets go his Ace of hearts both declarer’s hearts become good and f. odd will be made. East, can assure himself a single trick in < lubs, by letting- go one of his spades, or lie can make certain of a single spade trick, by letting go his good club. In any event the declarer should win 4-odd- f Patricia Ziegfeld I York, seeing plays and trying to sell the Ziegfeld home at Hast-* ings-on Hudson. Patricia now 18. Mother and daughter plan to continue living in Hollywood.