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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, October 31, 1935, Image 7

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priest 19—Dispatched
s—Progressed 21—Stop
rapidly 25—Ahead
9—Two thousand 30 —a strong
pounds smelling,
10 —Dancers edible bulb
cymbals 32—A helmet
12 —Fruit of the 33—Habit
oak 34 —Stop hold l
14— An island of 35 —Sensitive
the Dutch 30 —Precious
Antilles stone
15— Shakespeare. 37—Assistant
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17— Broader 38—Greek god
18 — Literary com- of love
DOWN
2 Particles 8— Passage
3 Peninsula in money
Greece II —Separate
4 Bothers ! 13 —Cosine tabbr )
STo surfeit 15 —Masculine
6 City in Texas aam#
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BAD TACTICS
EAD TACTICS on the hand which
follows cost dearly, through decep
tion of partner, as will be seen. It
was too bad, as bolh sides were vul
nerable and opponents won rubber on
the next hand.
4K9 6 4
4 10 4
4AK Q J 2
4 Q 6
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4 J 8 5 3 , f 9
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4 A K 10 S- 4J854
7 3 2
4 A Q J 10 8
4AKQ 7 6 2
45
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When North dealt and bid 1-Dia
mond, South quite properly showed
slam probabilities, by jumping the
bid to 2-Hearts, but when North bid
3-Diamonds, instead of showing his
second suit by bidding 3-Spades, £hen
jumping to his small slam in the
major suit raised by North, South
rebid hearts. North bid 4-Hearts,
which South jumped to 6-Hearts.
West doubled.
West took the first club trick. De
clarer ruffed the second lead of clubs.
There were 3 in 4 chances that
hearts were established, but South
struck the one chance when a de
fender held 4 of the suit, resulting
in going down one trick. Os course
the hand is a spread for a spade
small slam, clubs being the onlv sub
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*‘How do you like my pumpkin?” the little boy on the left asks the
one on the right. “It’s pretty good,” the one on the right answers,
“but you haven't any mouth cut open yet.” Anyhow, these two
boys have the right idea. It’s Hallowe’en time, and what would
Hallowe’en be without pumpkins and cornstalks?^
PAGE SEVEN
20 Employ 28 Designed
21— Sixty minutes <abhr )
22 — Answer tab.) 29—To reckon
23 — Deceivers tune
24 Roman 31— Salamander*
mantles like am.
26 Fluctuate plubian
27 — The poplar
Answer to previous puzzle
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In which South must lose a trick.
The mere fact that North opened
the bidding by no means insured -a
small slam to South’s unusually pow
erful hand. North might have opened
upon a diamond suit headed by A-Q,
, with a side suit of clubs headed by
K-Q, and still South might have lost
a club and a spade. Even worse than
that, North might have had tv.p very
long minor suits ?och headgd by K-
Q, without having tlie K of s;>. -des,
so that a small slam might have gona
down two tricks. In that. case, how
ever, a less impetuous bidder than
South should have discovered from
his partner’s bids that probably even
a small slam would be impossible.
The moment that a player insisla
upon a fixed rule that bidding shall
not be opened upon fewer than 2V6
quick tricks, he shuts himself out ol
too many opportunities for game.
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4 A K 10 7
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4 None
4 A Q 10 7 3 2
4 K Q 10
4Q J 5 3
North is declarer. The contract 5s
6-Diamonds. The opening lead is the
5 of spades. Before tomorrow see how
many tricks can be won against!, .the
best defense of East and Yv'tnsU .•**?
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