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Wednesday, September 18, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER PuzzlesG-7 The New Deal Basic crossword Dainty Alstro! 918-92491 ACROSS BY MIKE OFXIISLER Enquirer Contributor A beautiful dainty arrangement of oaslel shade alstromeral lilies ONLY and miniature carnations in a $OS5 small gold colored plastic revere bowl a damtv remembrance tor M Diu( then took advantage of the information furnished by West's over-call by leading dummy's heart. West won and cashed two more hearts, but had to lead away from the spade queen at the end. To defeat the contract, West has to discard a heart on the fourth diamond, keeping a club. The defenders then score three hearts, a club and a diamond. Cincinnati's first ever 99er tournament (0-100 masterpoints) will be held this Sunday. I'm sure it will be a great experience for all players. For information, call 474-4721. To get a partner, call 931-8335. any occasion, nd delivery Both vulnerable: South deals. North 4k A J 10 8 V 6 5 4 Q96 K 6 5 Closed Weds afternoon City wide delivery 3014 MADISON RD. 391-4404 DOWN 1 Loathsome ones 2 Band on a shield 3 Aspen, et al. 4 View 5 Eyes boldly 6 Counterfeit 7 Washer cycle 8 Yuccalike desert plant 9 Roof worker East West 30 Bag or house lead-in 33 Achieves success 36 Seat in the chancel 37 Coarse or earthy 38 "...for want of a horse the is lost" 39 Blueprint additions 40 Asian festival 41 Prefix for grace or honest 7 4 2 Q9 West's two diamond bid on this deal was part of the Cappelletti convention, showing length in both major suits. North's double indicated an interest in penalizing a major suit contract. South judged, however, that his diamond length and strength were more suited to declaring a no-trump contract and accordingly bid two no-trump to show a maximum. Of course North raised to game. Nine tricks looked easy until declarer won the second heart lead and cashed the diamond ace, West discarding a spade. Declarer could not afford to knock out the ace of clubs, and the marked spade finesse brought declarer up to only eight tricks. When declarer now cashed three more rounds of diamonds, though, West was obliged to make three more discards. West could not afford to discard another spade and did not want to part with a heart winner, so he discarded three clubs, dummy also discarding a club. Next came the king of spades and a spade to the 10. Declarer 1 Ending for abet 4 Mayday! 7 Mad as a wet hen 8 Plaintive sounds 10 Gem stones 11 South Dakota Indian 13 Way off target 16 Print units 17 Alex Haley work 18 Golfer's gadget 19 Catchall phrase 20 Sinaer V K Q J 9 7 6 3 8 3 2 108753 A 10 7 Void J 9 2 of woe 12 Where the action is 14 Froth 15 Large parrot 19 Corn unit 20 New Guinea town 21 Wading birds 22 Jazz musician Charlie 23 First-rate 24 Importuned 25 Tailor's concern 26 Stupid blunder 28 Stage whisper 29 Realtor's sign 30 Irritates 31 Part of B.A. 32 Light or line lead-in 34 Tide, in reverse 35 African country South 4 K5 A 10 AK J42 4 Q 8 4 3 The bidding: IT 10 Anagram Solution time: 22 mins. tmmmifmjtmmd South West North East INT 24 Dbl 2 2NT Pass 3NT Pass Pass Pass SHOWCASE CINEMAS CINCINNATI 351-E23H SHOWCASE CINEMAS SPRINGDALE 671-6BB4 j1"TlTOiPr-lBEST R U. A D El, IF R I F o iJc A JJAk JL.N A CAT A UP St3 B U N K S VIJA JiX 1E3b ar ge o h a "r aDc AjTX w b a C A T A PjU L T M A IJ L A M O "yTIT A T J N. GE sepsLJe y e Us ess Opening lead: K of V Bids like the Unusual No-trump NOW PLAYING Home 21 Convulsion 23 Giant armadillo 25 Very old 26 Drill a hole 27 Make a boo-boo 28 Make amends 2K myiini:.i!fror 1:05,3:25,5:35,7:50,10:05 J may disrupt the opponents' auction or lead to other spectacular successes. On other occasions, they CINEMA DIRECTORY MO. MATINEE MON.-tAT. UNTIL PM SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT NO PASSES OR DISCOUNT TICKETS ACCEPTED SUN. ft HOLS. FIRST SHOW AT STARRED ( I FEATURES ONLY LATE SHOWS PHI. SAT- may allow a capable opponent to play as if he or she can see all four hands. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES DAILY Yesterday's answer Si Jun, Oktobtrfest 'Evening! Forest View Gardens presents highlights from CHILD'S PLAY 3 1:25; 3:30; 5:30; 7:30; 1:35 Word game ft fy--, I BEASTMASTER 2 1:00; 5:25; 7:35 MERINGUE (MERINGUE: mui-RANG. A DEAD AGAIN """" 1:05; 3:25; 5:35; 7:50; 10:05 IB dessert topping baked from a mixture of stiffly beaten egg whites HARLEY DAVIDSON I MARLBORO MAN 1:55 The Student frince $10.00 OFF Any Two Dinners VALID THESE SEATINGS THRU SEPT. 29, 1991 : Thurs. at 6 ; Fri. at 7 ; Sat. at 9 ; Sun. at 5 NOT VALID: SATURDAYS AT 6 P.M. Please present this coupon. Not valid with other coupons or group discount. Expires 0299 1 . Reservations requiredl 661 6434 forest Vkzo gardens 4606 North Bend Rd 1 Mi. S. ot l-74Bdt14 and sugar.) THE DOCTOR 1:30; 4:20; 7:20; 1:50 BINGO EE Average mark 20 words Time limit 40 minutes Can you find 38 or more words 3:35 j 7 9 10 : Ti i2 I T3 14 : 15 16 r ' V7 r 75 21 22 r""23 24 ZZZZlZZZJIZI..- 27 " " 175 29 """"I JO 31 32 33 34 35 mmm. 35 mmmm 37 ""38 39 j 40 J 41 j DOC HOLLYWOOD 1:10; 3; 15; 5:35; 7:50; 10:1 in MtKHNOUt,.' ine list win De published Thursday. MOBSTERS BJ 3:15; 10:00 RULES OF THE GAME: 1. HOT SHOTS EJ331 1:25; 3:20; 5:20; 7:40; 1:35 Words must be four or more letters. 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of "s," 101 DALMATIANS 1:05; 2:45; 4:25; 1:00 REGARDING HENRY 1:20; 5:25; 7:40; 1:50 such as "bats or dies, are not used. 3. Only one form of a verb is used. For example, either "pose" or "posed," not both. 4. Proper IB TERMINATOR 2 1:00; 4:00; 7:15; 10:05 names are not used. 5. Slang words are not used. ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES 1:15; 4:15; 7:10; 10:00 Cryptoquip IPG131 CITY SLICKERS 1:05; 3:20; 5:35; Tuesday's Word NONESUCH 7:55; 10:10 THELMA ti LOUISE 2:00; 4:55; 7:40; 10:10 The Cryptoquip Is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will eaual O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short iffl words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to neon nous shoe chosen nonce once shone cone none onus shun conn nones ouch sone hocus nose ounce such hone nosh echo sunn hose noun scone chon house CHILD'S PLAY 3 3:30; 7:30; 1:35 locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: V equals M (dLAsnccs THE DOCTOR 1:30; 4:20; 7:20; 1:50 DOC HOLLYWOOD E5331 1:10; 3:15; 5:35; 7:50; 10:10 E Y D B G S ATW HADYJJSPKJ IS! CLASSIC DELUXE only 101 DALMATIANS 1:05; 5:40 HOT SHOTS EOS 1:25; 1:20; 5:20; 7:40; 1:35 Wine lovers air their sour grapes H V G S S P H XSEXOVGOWD CITY SLICKERS KEH 1:05; 3:20; 5:35; 7:55; 10:10 with Roast Beef, lettuce, tomato & mayonnaise CHEESE CLASSIC The Classic Deluxe topped with zesty swiss cheese TERMINATOR 2 1:00; 4:00; 7:15; 10:05 EBWDGAED A P V W ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES IPtTTH 1:15; 4:15; 7:10; 10:00 Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I LIKE TO GO OFF TO THE RACETRACK, BUT I THOUGHT BETTOR OF IT. BACON CLASSIC DELUXE The Classic Deluxe topped available FOR A with crispy bacon LIMITED TIME ONLY m.irinfuiwjjinjrtii IB CHILD'S PLAY 3 3:30; 7:30; 0:35 Advanced crossword BEASTMASTER 2 1:00; 5:25 DEAD AGAIN '"'"E 1:05; 3:25; 5:35; 7:50; 10:05 IPG-T3i THE DOCTOR 1:30; 4:20; 7:20; 0:50 ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES Wine lovers give sour reviews to restaurant wine lists, saying they're dull, confusing and overpriced, according to a survey by The Wine Spectator. Almost three-fourths of 500 readers polled for the Sept. 30 issue rated wine lists poor or only fair at helping them choose good wine. Two-thirds want lists with more information. Of 1,000 restaurant wine lists Spectator examined, just 19 offered information, such as descriptions of the wines' qualities. Only three had recommendations for specific wine for particular dishes. "People are generally looking for some guidance," says Jeff Prather, wine manager of Ray's Boathouse in Seattle. "But often they get unintelligible 'wine speak' and they get sold up to expensive vintages they didn't want." HAM & EGG BREAKFAST CROISSANT BREAKFAST HOURS ONLY AT PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS PG-T3: 33 Like certain skirts 36 Mezzanine 38 Banner 41 Young adult 43 Twilled fabric ' HOT SHOTS 1:25; 3:20; 5:20; 7:40; 0:35 M TERMINATOR 2 1:00; 4:00; 1:15; 10:01' 1 BmORENCEiGa CITY SLICKERS 7:55; 10:10 46 Capital of the KENWOOD TOWNEOINTH KENWOOD Al MONIWM1KY 79I.2248 THE COMMITMENTS in 12:45 3:10 5:30 7:5510:10 SHOWS BEFORE 6PM TODAYS TIMES 0NIY 10 Leo's sea-going counterparts 11 Uproar 12 Put-in-Bay's lake 13 A way to go 18 Midges 22 Sea eagles 24 Undercover people 25 Miss Kett et al. 26 Give up 27 Donnybrook 28 Provide provender 29 Golf clubs 30 "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" author 101 DALMATIANS 1:05; 2:45; 4:25; 1:00 Bahamas 48 Pan topper 50 De Gaule's forces 51 Pierre's loc. 52 Letters on DOC HOLLYWOOD 1:10; 3:15; 5:35; 7:50; 10:10 ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES 1:15; 4:15; 7:10; 10:00 Christ's cross THE COMMITMENTS m 12:20 2:40 5:00 7:309:55 NAKED GUN 212 inui 12:60 3:00 4:50 7:50 9:40 tOYZ N THE HOOD in 12:40 2:50 5:16 7:45 10:00 CINEMA FIVE MY FATHERS GLORY in 12:30 2:46 5:10 7:40 9:50 THELMA t LOUISE 7685 KOnNCl MALI B. 5JS40U PUK LUCK ini 1:35 3:35 5:35 7:35 9:35 DEFENSELESS lip 2:10 4:40 7:55 10:05 PROBLEM CHILD 2 1KI3I 1:45 3:45 5:45 WHAT ABOUT B0BK 7:45 9:45 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 1:50 3:50 5 50 8:00 10:00 MYSTERY DATE (Kin 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:50 9:55 NAKED CUN2l2Kii-1:55 3:55 5:55 8:05 10:10 DOUBLE IMPACT in-2:05 4:35 7:40 9:55 B0YI N THE HOOD ill 2:00 4:30 7:30 9:40 THE COMMITMENTS (!) 2:15 4:45 7:25 9:50 54 Sphere starter 2:00; 4:55; 7:40; 10:10 55 Salts r 56 Snick and 50 Aircraft: Comb, form 51 Vamps 53 Motley crews 57 Cells building blocks: Abbr. 58 Noisy celebration 61 Singer Guthrie 62 Evangelist McPherson 63 Cordage fiber 64 Suppress a news story 65 Kind of class or berth 66 Measured amount DOWN 1 Fala and Toto, e.g. 2 Part of QED 3 Arabian chieftain 4 Royal residence 5 Untanned dyed leather 6 Lurie's "The War Between the " 7 " was saying..." 8 Give back: Abbr. 9 Jamaican music ACROSS 1 Coop sound 5 The Beatles' drummer 10 Persian tiger 14 Writer Bombeck 15 Waste maker, in a saying 16 Currency or dollar lead-in 17 Pre-game picnicking 19 Inter : among others 20 Eccentric 21 Hardened 23 Motown output 24 "West Side Story" heroine 25 Decadent 28 Colonies of cells 31 Rocky pinnacle 32 Actor George from Great Neck 34 Traffic jam 35 Cottonwood, eg 37 Scale members 39 Litterbug 40 Spy 42 Takes five 44 Single 45 Muffler 47 Tranquillity 49 Mountain nymph 59 Sleep, to a Brit. 60 Devilkin rTRICOUNTY 15aC E: ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZ1 CHILD'S PLAY 3 1:25; 3:30; 5:30; 7:30; 0:35 BEASTMASTER 2 1531 1:00; 3:15; 5:25; 7:J5; l: ETNORTHGATEiZ 9727 C0URAIN Art. J85 5M5 PURE LUCK INI 1:30 3:30 5:25 7:259:30 DEFENSELESS in 2:00 5:00 7:40 10:10 BOY! N THE HOOD (IT 2:20 5:10 7:35 9:45 DOUBLE IMPACT in 2:10 5:20 7:30 9:40 FINAL NIGHTMARE ill' 1:40 3:40 5:40 7:5010:00 NAKED GUN 2 12 (Nil) 1:50 3:50 5:468:1010:15 TRUE IDENTITY in 1:45 3:35 5:30 8:0010:05 CTMARIEMONTjC 6906 wooshrpiu27i-3237 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 6:40 8:00 DOUBLE IMPACT m 6:50 7:50 E7KENWOODXS 7860 MOHHOrWW B. 7934100 . DEFENSELESS in 2:00 4:20 7:40 9:50 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 1:30 3:30 5:308:1010:10 2T275 EASTXZZ1 WW BINGO EE 1:00; 5:15 sTh IeTd IT pTaTdTs n tTrTTTpTe conei op.ahIJlid.ir ANSEL Mi! ILIA M A T I loiiosPEAKiR si. PRESTOCltX OOP A M f 'IS M A L L P OIAT 6 S 0 N Gfts P A 30 M E L.I T TSA R LZ3 E C ptrtN I N E A C C OiSllOl NjAJfToTolT EtH THE DOCTOR 1:30; 4:20; 7:20; 0:50 Rl2iUWl-4W PURE LUCK ini 1:30 7:30 9:30 NAKED (UN J 12 (Nil)-1:50 7:40 9:40 FINAL NIGHTMARE ID 1:40 8:0010:00 DOUBLE IMPACT (II 2:00 7:509:50 DOC HOLLYWOOD IPGT31 11500 PHNaiO"PW77l4544 FINAL NIGHTMARE m 1:40 3:40 6:40 7:5010:10 10YZ N THE HOOD in 2:00 5:10 7:20 9:30 TRUE IDENTITY in 1:50 3:30 5:20 7:40 9:40 THE COMMITMENTS m 2:10 5:00 7:30 9:50 NAKED GUN 2 12 (Kill 1:30 3:20 5:30 8:0010:00 rTRI COUNTY 67i 1l605PRINai0NPini7tO2U DOUBLE IMPACT m 5:40 8:00 PURE LUCK INI 5:50 7:50 1,10: 3:15; 5:35; T;5U iwie EEH HOT SHOTS 1:25; 1:20; 5:20; 7:40; 0:35 Matinees Sil S Sun - All teamres presented in OolDy stereo "WHAT ABOUT BOB?" (PG) 7 30 "ROCKETEER" (PC) 7:00 "DYING YOUNG" (tt) 5 ?0, 9 30 "DANCES WITH WOLVES (PG-13) 9 00 TERMINATOR 2 1:00; 4:00; 7:15; 10:05 4990 IKHA AVI. 921-7371 B0YZ N THE HOOD in 6:50 8:00 FINAL NIGHTMARE ID 5:45 7:50 ILIAIRIGIt 0 HUtH 8 e re Dr 0 eEZIa t CSlS 1 l E N T B U EJA f Oflv E R. 1 1 B A Y 0 OIIE.I I Al 111 Te I pTs LI sToToTn L Sorry, no chilttmt tmrfor 3 gdmttlett 1 tny tlmt. REGARDING HENRY 7:40; t:50 All E li 1 R LAIR AT E I SEED BE 101 DALMATIANS 1:06; 2:45; 4:25; 1:00 Z presented in mioousntor EHI 2 00. 4:00, 6 00. 1 .45. 9 50 "PARIS IS BURNING" 2:30, 4:30, 7:30. 9 30 "PASTIME" (PC) ? 15 4 15 7 15 9 15 "FREEZE 0IE.C0MET0 LIFE" ROIIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES 1:15) 416 7:11; 10:00 ELfll CITY SLICKERS 2:60: 7:45; P EJ I u I H UU I OilNMMriKI i rkiHiiEEiBirri'fflEHBi tii trr U mm w i m CINCINNATI'S b I til MOST LUXURIOUS THEATERS It . 1K1 i mm a n i . BIGGS PLACE MALL j n 13 p 15 re n 5 9 ""jiu lit 112 113 Ti 15 j-. T5 20 " L-" 5T iT " ' ' 23 " SnzTTz?" """ Mp5" 31 35 j3" 5 35 36 17 3"" "35 45 IT" Q j5 if- n "" J n if- L-pJ J 53 -sr-jsrpr S7 -" st sris-" n o g & JsT" FOREST FAIR MALL EXIT 39 OFF 1-275 X 3 671-1 710 OR 333-44442081 EXIT 63-B OFF 1-275 753-6588 ROCKETEER "PQ" 12:30 2:45 5:00 7:15 9:25 SOAP DISH "PG 1 3" 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:109:10 POINT BREAK "R" 1:25 4:20 7:00 9:45 PROBLEM CHILD 2 "PQ-13" 1:50 3:50 5:50 7:50 9:50 V.I. WARSHAWSKI "R" 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:20 9:20 WHAT ABOUT BOB "PO" 1:40 3:40 5:30 7:30 9:30 BILL 1 TED'S BOGUS JOURNEY "PQ' 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 DON'T TELL MOM "PG13" 12:45 2:50 5:15 7:25 9:35 SILENCE OF THE LAMBS "H" 12:30 2:50 5:10 7:30 0:45 ROCKETEER "PQ" 12:40 3:00 5:20 7:35 8:45 PROBLEM CHILD 2 "PQ" 3:20 5-20 7:20 BACK DRAFT "R" 12:40 9:20 WHAT ABOUT BOB? "PO" 1:25 3:25 5.25 7:25 9:25 DON'T TELL MOM "PG-13" 12:50 3:00 5:20 7:30 9:35 POINT BREAK "R" 12:50 3:25 5:55 9:15 HOME ALONE "PG13" 1:00 3:10 5:15 V.I. WARSHAWSKI -R" 7:25 9:25 BILL 4 TED'S BOGUS JURNEY "PQ 1:15 3:15 5:157:159:15 f4coad w TWB4T1ETH CENTURY FCK ! ii WWtfTH OMTURf K llllll IH'iti i nm mii HfnmM If loon-n 12:45 3:10 5:30 I Im 1 I it I I I JL0"00 7:5510:10 Tffl-COUflTY 1-9 :108:00 FLORENCE J15448 I !2!?SSt."JI! 12:20 2:40 5:00 '"?r,"SST" 7:30 9:50 ""fiTEEt 7:28 9:50 I -" I 7:30 9:55 m "" I m eobj E 2) Stumped? Call 1-900 -896 -21 23 95tminute.

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