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Sunday, October 13, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER PuzzlesE-9 Crossword Famous Voyage The New Deal BY MIKE OECHSLER Enquirer Contributor Neither vulnerable; South deals. North K6 2 K8 K J 5 AK743 East West J 8 4 A 10 9 5 7 6 3 2 10 4 Q 6 5 10 5 4 9 7 3 2 J98 South knows he must doggedly guard that suit. WINNERS: On Saturday evening at the Cincinnati Bridge Association tournament last weekend, Jodie Kieffer and Bill Bohmer won the Flight B Open, while Nancy Sachs and Janet Weyant were second in Flight A. On Sunday, Bill and Ann Coombs were winners in the Swiss Teams, with Will Rogers, Marshall Tuly, Bruce Parent and Norm Coombs second. The Flight B Swiss winners were Anne Finn, Linda Abrahamson, Y. Yan and Z. Wan. Nonmaster Swiss winners were Jerry and Mady Gordon, Joe Muenks, Henry Stevens, Mary and Charles Bare, Rita Fischer and Ethel Kraemer. Tom McManus and Alex Pappas should have been included as winners at the recent 99er tournament. Congratulations to Margot Rowe on becoming a Life Master by winning a knockout event at the Fort Wayne regional with teammates Nancy Luetge, Lillian Kleve and Dottie Slaughter. bility for guarding the suits in question, or they can hand declarer the contract. Considering that, East deserves no sympathy on this deal. After checking for aces via Ger-ber, North bid the obvious slam. Declarer won the diamond lead and cashed three more diamonds. Dummy discarded a club, and East discarded two hearts. Next came four rounds of hearts, West discarding a spade, and dummy discarding two more clubs. East discarded two spades, fearing that declarer had started with three clubs. (Then a club discard allows declarer to cash the two high clubs and lead back to the spade queen.) Declarer read the position perfectly. A club to the king was followed by a spade to the queen. Now a low spade from each hand felled East's ace. East should have discarded a club and kept three spades, dooming the contract. East must trust partner to sluff a club if he has no potential trick in the suit. If West does discard a club, East then Q73 AQ J 9 AQ86 10 2 The bidding: continues 55 TV actor West 56 Prom attendees, usually 57 Bright's partner 58 Where the action is 59 Fairway positions 60 Garments for superheroes 61 Anticipates the IRS audit 62 Mexican dish 65 Used secret writing 66 Sarcastically 67 Greet with respect 68 Surfeits 69 Singer Guthrie 70 "That's" (Dean Martin hit) 71 Hangover remedy 72 Become tense with fear 76 Curve 77 Legend continues 81 Strong impulse 82 Places for mad scientists? 83 Public uproar 84 Anagram for lair 85 Zoo sounds 87 Gladden, with "up" 89 There are many in Norway 91 Band or chair lead-in 94 Deli bread 95 Words to live by 96 Makes public 97 Quit the job 99 Word with rug or code 100 One, in Berlin 101 RR depot 104 End of legend 110 Stock-market order 111 River to the Danube 112 Shorten the skirt 113 Work as a cowboy 114 Weight allowance' 115 Seed coats 116 Thin and piping 117 Affirmative votes DOWN 1 Mainlanders' souvenirs 2 Potent or present lead-in 3 Fissure 4DDE's loudly 73 Novices 74 Animal's retreat 75 Minced oath 77 Scold mercilessly 78 Surgeon's patient? 79 Evened the score 80 They loop the Loop 86 Soviet city 87 Reaches the highest level 88 Pay attention to 89 Elaborate clothing 90 Angered 91 City in Belgium 92 Allude 93 Twin crystal 95 Merciless 96 Gave help 98 Fencing leap 99 Hillside dugout 100 Grafted, in heraldry 101 Horn or lace lead-in 102 Bark cloth 103 Sweet, pulpy fruit 105 Dos Passos trilogy 106 Russian village 107 Rower 108 Rubber tree 109 Endeavor ACROSS 1 Learning 5 Short fur garment 10 Irritate by rubbing 15 media 19 Time In reverse? 20 Large sea duck 21 Word with palm or purple 22 Israel's Abba 23 Beginning of legend 27 Command to Rdo 28 Narrow Inlets 29 Ed or Leon 30 Tree of the birch family 31 Anagram for Nile 32 Grating 34 Egyptian king, for short 36 TV actor Byrnes 37 Nuns' superior 40 Indianapolis team 41 Deals with problems 43 Word in a Doris Day hit song 44 Brutal hoodlum 45 Fountain fare 46 Size of type 50 Legend command 5 Sequence 6 Powerful person 7 Lyric poems 8 TV star Horsley 9 White-tailed eagle 10 Presses into narrow folds 1 1 Apiary's product 12 Marine assents 13 Dieter's nemesis 14 England's Isle of 15 Cry weakly 16 Dwelling place 17 Played the fiddle? 18 Bergen's Mortimer 24 "Trinity" author 25 Political cartoonist 26 London gallery 31 Fix In the mind 32 Dissolute man 33 Seaweed 34 The present 35 Javanese tree 37 Fine, volcanic lava 38 Workers and drones 39 Scottish hillside 40 Karpov's game 41 Monk's hoods 42 Treated with mercy 44 " Men on a Horse" (movie) 45 Fragment 47 Perfect model 48 Comedian John 49 Wine vessels 51 Become ' wider 52 Sheer cotton fabric 53 "I loud and clear 54 Recordings 58 Melodious 60 Deep, narrow valley (Brit.) 61 Caesar's 654 62 More docile 63 " came a spider..." 64 Subject for Jessica Fletcher 65 Coagulates 66 Sovereign's decree 67 Elephant Boy of the movies 68 Fiddlers on the reef? 69 Detest 71 Exclaim South West North East INT Pass 44 Pass 4 Pass 6NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: 7 of . When the defenders are under pressure to make discards, they have two choices. They can trust each other and divide the responsi Horoscope -Od Joyce . 1Jillson cal projects are worth your investment of time. A May-December relationship can work out. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Respect what other people know; you might learn something invaluable. Capricorn friends have the power on their side. Having extra income is helpful. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You might have to curb your impulsive ways, at least until you get more settled in your personal life. Tap into your writing ability. You can spot future trends. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) . You could come into your own today. It's possible to influence others in subtle ways. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have the self-discipline to break out of a negative habit. New positive developments in your career are right around the corner. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) . Make the time to connect with those people who might be concerned about you. If you have to move, you're better off not returning to your parents' home. Nice earthy vibrations with the help of moon in Capricorn. Time to sober up (literally and figuratively)! Make reality your best friend; carrying illusions could lead you up the garden path. Handling weekend practicalities could temporarily interfere with your emotional gratification. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Your superabundance of energy will serve you well, especially in health areas. Capricorns can have a positive influence on your life. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A day to have fun with kids or other loved ones. Get started on a creative project or develop investment ideas. Make a commitment to carry out the goals you set today. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You have extra wisdom to solve a personal problem. What you don't do can't hurt you, especially with regard to certain food. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You have winning ways in the financial world. Past experience is a real plus today; it will get you through to the other side. 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 LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have better success when you try to align your unconscious and conscious minds. It's easier to sway others through the force of your personality. Love with Aries. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Stay focused on long-term goals; the satisfaction you get makes your efforts worthwhile. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The more mental focus you have, the better your day will go. Practi 1 2 3 R Tp 6 7 5 9 r"""!l0 111 112 113 114 f" Il5 116 117 18 22 23 " 24 25 26 " I I Y "Ft LZ- 1J1 I 132 33 1 134 35 P""! 36 37 38 " l39 """40 F" ' 141 42 43 "''"""44 " mm" 4lT 47 48" 49 51 52" 53 154 55 HIT 1XLT S8 69 I" 73 7775 78 179 80 81 " 82 r"' JB3 jST- 86 tin ""p7 88 1 I Jau' 90 91 92 193 ! 194 fl95 p"'" I " 97 98 1"'"" "'p Li..MiiiL.-...feJ -jpcTTo" 103 104 105 (106 107 108 109 TTo TTi 112 1 TT3 114 TTS TTS TT7 Jumble Word game DECIMAL DES-ih-mul. Based Unscramble these six Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form six ordinary words. on the number (DECIMAL: JOADIN MUM DILQUI n in M 10.) Average mark 35 words Time limit 60 minutes Can you find 63 or more words in DECIMAL? The list will be published Monday. RULES OF THE GAME: 1. Words must be four or more letters. 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of "s," 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 names are not used. 5. Slang words are not used. Saturday's Word MADRIGAL OIDING IX GLOUEY Ml M PICHER I 1 in 1 1 HE WI6HEC? ALL HIS FKIENPS A LIFE LIKE rASHETT CRYPTOQUIP The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Y equals C B XHYHGS DGUHGSDKG, SNH BTZNDPDKRL BRSK-TKPDWH, YBG PH JXDUHG DG YBX ZKKWL. Crossword answers on Page E-3 MALORF Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. magi algid dial rial grid maid amid drag gala grim mail amir . dram gild laid malar argali drama gird lair marl argil radial girl lama mild aria raga glad lamia agar arid ragi glair lard alar aril raid grail liar alarm damar rail gram lira alga diagram rami grama PRINT YOUR ANSWER IN THE CIRCLES BELOW Jumble solution on Page E-3 Women entrepreneurs share success tips THE SECRET IS OUT Classified is a bargain hunter's dream come true. Whether you're looking lor antiques, appliances, cars, furniture or just about anything, it's in CLASSIFIED. CALL CLASSIFIED 421-6300 The winners' tips for success include: Believe in yourself. Develop a business plan. Focus on your goals, work hard and employ good people who complement your strengths. Learn to prepare to take calculated risks. Always keep your sense of humor. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Women entrepreneurs now own almost one-third of America's small businesses. Since 1987, Avon Products, Inc., in association with the U.S. Small Business Administration, has saluted 30 successful women business owners in its annual Women of Enterprise awards. "HIPP Even More BIG Portraits! GET TVO GREAT MACHINES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. fe PP iff nmmm m a! la.w .ra Includes Portrait Interested in a career in Nursing? Do you want to earn your ASN? Or are you currently working as a registered nurse, and want to complete your BSN degree? 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Each additional subject photographed adds $2 to the package price, paid at photography. Poses and advertised special portraits our selection. Not valid with any other offer. One advertised package per family. Portrait sizes approximate. SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE Reg. Price 1,498 Many other combinations also available. THESE AREA K MARTS HAVE A PERMANENT STUDIO OPEN: Wed.-Sat. 10AM-7PM, On Sunday from Store Opening to One Hour before Closing. CINCINNATI (Delhi Rd.) ' ERLANGER THESE 7-DAY STUDIOS ALSO OPEN MON. & TUES. 10AM-7PM: CINCINNATI (Beechmont Ave., Ridge Ave.) 1 Not valid with any other offers. Offer exclusive of trade-ins and discounts. XfvVER Xavier University Is an academic community whose doors are open to qualified men and women regardless of DERNINVEI cBernetie religion, race, color, handicap, or national origin. UNIVERSITY E 4

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