The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 6, 1991 · Page 129
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 129

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Sunday, October 6, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER PllZZlesl-9 Crossword On the Map The New Deal 49 Complain noisily 53 Size of type 54 Zoo favorite 55 "The Bridge of San Rey" 57 Entertain 58 Blushing or flushed 59 Actress Belafonte 60 Playful swimmer 62 Feed the kitty 63 Wintertime in N.Y. 64 Daisy or volcano 65 Caribbean island group (Shelley) 40 Diagram 41 Delivery course 43 Spanish arbor 44 "And what is so as a day in June?" 45 Personalities 46 Very great in extent 47 Black and Yellow 48 Mental faculties 50 Character actor Paul 51 Host, in Rome 52 English actor Roger 54 Irish airport 56 Colonizes of spades, showing first or second round control. (It would be a silly bid with 5-4-4 distribution and a spade void.) The jump to six spades was also well judged. Despite the minimal point count, North had what South needed, aces and kings. Against an average West, 12 tricks are easy. Declarer wins a club lead and ruffs a club, discards two hearts on the diamonds, ruffs a diamond and ruffs another club. The only loser is the trump king. At our table, West found the devastating lead of the two of clubs. I gave it a shot by winning in dummy and ruffing a diamond. A club ruff was followed by the two high diamonds, discarding a heart and a club, then another diamond ruff. If the diamonds had been 4-4, I could have cashed the spade ace and discarded a heart on the fifth diamond. Alas they were not. I await your advice, Edgar. This game is too tough if you have to be lucky and good. You are my favorite player of all time. Your magazine, The Bridge World, is must reading for serious students of the game. That is why I am sending you the enclosed deal to find out what went wrong. You may recognize the North-South hands. They were also dealt in the Challenge the Champs feature in the August issue. My partner and I had an auction identical to one of the pairs in the contest who scored 10 out of 10 points for reaching the excellent spade slam. Unfortunately, all we got was zero matchpoints on the deal. First, three bids merit discussion. Two spades is clearly the best response with the South hand. It is more important to jump shift with a good hand and an independent suit like that than it is to jump shift with 19 high card points. You can always force to slam later with the latter hand type. This jump shift gave North a chance to cooperate in the slam search. North cooperated beautifully. Four clubs was a cuebid in support BY MIKE OECHSLER Enquirer Contributor East-West vulnerable; North deals. North 9 7 V A 9 8 6 5 AK863 7 West East 4 K 5 2 4 4 V Q 4 V K 7 3 J74 Q 10952 K 10 8 5 3 4QJ96 South AQJ 10 863 V J 10 2 Void A 4 2 The bidding: North East South West IV Pass 2 Pass 3 Pass 34 Pass 44 Pass 44 Pass 64 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: ? Dear Edgar Kaplan: suffix 78 Quiet place 79 Brainchild 80 Chic and jaunty 84 Rich fabric 86 Seattle (racehorse) 89 Carryall 91 Pledge on oath 93 Like Andersen's duckling 94 "A Fish Called " (movie) 96 Small twigs 98 Baby-to-be: alt. spelling 99 Jousting weapon 100 Oak nut 101 Made a mistake 103 Word before wave 105 Church parts 106 Steve or Woody 107 Part of a bound book 89 Lion's master 90 Moves stealthily 92 Dissolved substances 94 Australian marsupial 95 Kittenish cries 97 Cap or club lead-in 98 Destiny 99 New Guinea town 102 Shed tears 104 Santa's helper 105 First-rate 106 Question 109 Bat or phobia lead-in 111 La Scala treat 113 Barked shrilly 115 Leather wine flask 116 Los Angeles suburb 119 Ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom 121 Greek island 122 Clothing 123 Cymric deity 124 Fragrant 125 Home of Saul's witch division 2 Sioux Indians 3 They're found in whodunits 4 Morsels for Dobbin 5 Hardwood tree 6 Foreboding 7 Columnist Carl 8 White-tailed sea eagles 9 Region in Germany 10 New England cape 11 "A with a View" (novel) 12 Head or root lead-in 13 Closely tangled 14 Game-show prize 15 Norse god of war 16 Covers with asphalt 17 Dyer's vats 18 Dormouse 24 Urge onward 26 Spiral: comb. form 29 Light, granitic rock 33 Anagram of veal 35 Bed feature 37 Girl of song 39 "Hell is a much like London" ACROSS 1 Hot beverage 6 Expanded 10 Ancient Syria 14 Resin used in varnishes 19 Book of maps 20 Learning 21 Ibsen heroine 22 Old saying 23 Range of hills In England 25 It separates New York and New Jersey 27 Golf gadgets 28 Dean Martin parties 30 Tiny speck 31 Pianist Peter 32 Dangerous curve 33 Portray in words 34 "Great Expectations" lad 36 " begun Is half done" 38 The Concorde 39 Guinea pig 40 Seat of authority 42 Dress designer 44 Restore to 47 Superficial 67 "A little pot and hot" 68 Scarlett's home 69 South African seaport 75 Lily plant 78 Toe or top lead-in 81 Apple-growing chemical 82 President of Guinea 83 Singing duo, Hall and 84 Important ore vein 85 Splits 87 Short textile fibers 88 "Exodus" author 59 "They Horses, Donl They?" (movie) 61 Coins of Iran 64 Musical syllable 66 Rifle org. 67 Steady flow 69 Antony's loan request? 70 Dismounted 71 Part of SOS 72 Couples 73 Celestial hunter 74 Nervous 75 Suburb of Detroit 76 Editor's mark 77 Medical Horoscope 108 "To Autumn" poet 110 Mr. Preminger 112 Taj Mahal site 114 Alto, Calif. 115 Eye boldly 117 "Leave to Heaven" 118 Decline 120 Cain's land Tf 7j Joyce L - Ijillson Venus in Virgo will help you meet the fussy demands of your partner. Moon in Libra also highlights partnership issues. You're better off not making waves, unless absolutely necessary. Focus on 126 Thick slice 127 Bed or bunk, in Britain 128 English sand hills DOWN 1 Social common pursuits. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Make sure you're in a position of strength before you take anyone on. It's now easier to do something positive about your health. Much reflection and inward thinking. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). ocus on play rather than worry SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Private woes could be the result of your fearful attitude; make an effort to be more positive. You deserve happiness as well as recognition. Fruitful long-distance cbIIs SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Tackling too much at one time will only lead to internal congestion; instead, break larger projects into manageable parts. Love with Leo. Resolve a debt. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) . You have more to look forward to in life than you could possibly imagine. The best answers come from within once again. Love with Taurus or Virgo can be a godsend. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have amazing intellectual insight into your problems. Take as much responsibility for your health as you possibly can. A longtime love is best; you have history. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) . Soon you will experience a renewed faith and confidence in yourself and others. Your ESP tells you how to get out of a ticklish situation. Added relationship about the past week or the one coming up. Love with Virgo or Capricorn is favored. Your creativity expands into new areas. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). HOROSCOPE HOTLINE For a personalized horoscope, lucky numbers and money and love advice, call the number below. Calls cost $1 a minute and must be made from a touch-tone phone. 1-900-446-1990 best course of action is to do what your conscience dictates. A relationship started today is likely to fizzle out. You're able to become more mobile in mind and body. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Someone may ask you to organize a group event in connection with a community project. Intuition guides you through a family challenge. Questions need answers. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The loving devotion you extend to others will be appreciated more than you know. You can succeed in service professions. You have understanding of human nature. Avoid senseless activity if possible; give your inner life greater attention. Someone around you may insist on having the last word. Love with Libra or Sagittarius. CANCER (June 22-July 22). 1 2 3 4 5 I" lo 7 8 5 r"ll0 111 Il2 13 t 114 115 116 117 118 22 23 24 25 : 26 27 I""" 28 29 ""I 30 """ 31 32 f " pT" 34 35 136 37 !" 38 ' ' Jjy I 140 41 r4l 43 j " 44 145 46 Ir 48 Pl4 50 jbf" 52 53 1 p4 " 55 56 """j 57 58 ""1 59 60" 61 p"62 63 T""j64 65 66 1 ' 67 ' ' ' ' ' i68 H ' 69 70 171 72 173 174 i (75 176 177 I fB 79"" 80 81 1"-82 83 p4 ; 53 85 n 55 " ja 1 90 91 """""192 93 i""'94 1 95 96 r 1 97 I jyS I 99 1 100 1 101 11U2 103 rni04 H" Hub r"Tl" ToT 1 08 Tog no Til 112 " TT5 114 I 116 117 118 " U9 120 121 122 T23 T24 125 126 T27 T28 Inner freedom can be developed regardless of the surrounding circumstances. You surprise yourself by coming up with the right intuition. A sense of humor brings relief. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your Jumble Word game llnnrramhlji thAAA nlv Jumbles. That looks Ilk happy place PARASITIC (PARASITIC: par-uh-SIT-ik. Depending upon oth one letter to each square, to lorm f six ordinary words. ers for existence or support without making any useful return.) 1 -J Average mark 36 words Time limit 60 minutes Can you find 69 or more words in PARASITIC? The SUDSIC mm j 1,11 list will be published Monday. RULES OF THE GAME: 1. Words must be four or 1 more letters. 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of "s," such as "bats" or "dies," are not DILBOE m But wan until trta out oorrw m used. 3. Only one form of a verb is used. For example, RUFTUE I either "pose" or "posed," not both. 4. Proper names LXX A howe is usually BKISHTENEP UP BY are not used. 5. biang words are not used. Saturday's Word DECIPHER FLATUR I YOUNGSTERS rROBASLY-BECAUSE "THEY'RE ALWAYS XXI FOK3ETTN(3THIS. NUSIGE CRYPTOQUIP This is a substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think X equals O, it will equal O throughout. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. X CIZUD DSWD QM CXNTZNNXIH AXDS DSK KFKTDLXTXWH AXFF ULXHP QWHM DSXHPN DI FXPSD. Today's Cryptoquip clue: P equals G Crossword answers on Page 1-4 Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. deep cede cider perch pried recipe deer cedi cipher peri heed reed deice cere creed pice heir rice dice cheep creep pied herd rich dire cheer crepe pier here ride drip chide cried pierce hide ripe eider chip iced price hied epic chirp peer pride hire PRINT YOUR ANSWER IN THE CIRCLES BELOW ronmrrnrTTYTn Jumble solution on Page 1-4 rirstrft'SiH Are you suffering from III II 1 1 Hill I rriTYI7DT71jr,17Mr,V9 ( BUFFET COURT & GRILL ) FREE Assessments October 712 Take a moment to check! yJ? 2 I GUESS AT WHAT "NORMAL" IS IN RELATIONSHIPS I WORRY ABOUT WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME I FREQUENTLY SAY "YES" WHEN I REALLY SHOULD SAY "NO" I OFTEN FEEL ALONE, EVEN WHEN I'M WITH OTHERS I FREQUENTLY "WALK ON EGG SHELLS" TO AVOID CONFLICT I OFTEN APPEAR CONFIDENT, BUT INSIDE I FEEL AFRAID & INSECURE.. 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