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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1930 JHATHEVH.LE. (ARK.f ARTICLE NO. .57 HY WM. E. McKENXEV N'liA Service Wrllcr ' Secretary American Bridge League Li'Aiijng a suit Mint you tio not \vish your opjxmenls to lead is a nice irick i>lay when made at the proper lime. The ciednrei- in today's hand uses it to good advantage. The Bidding At tnicilon, South the denier \vo!ild buy (lie contract at one no Hump, wliilc at contract, North would take him to two no trump ar.d South would then go to three no trump. NOfTH S-K-7-5-3 11—1-3 D-A-J-8-2 C—10-3-6 •vrsr S-Q.J-8 EAST H— K-l-8- C . D-9-S .•-K-7.5. L-.2 Ins tliii His m Km ' Hv SOUTH—DEALER S-A-6-4.2 h-A-o-io D-K-104.3 c-a-9 The Pluy "A has two suits, each ;. to select lo H— 954.2 D— fl-7-6 C— A-J-i. 3 Will Marry Her Football Hero '3'-- -'" n J or bul1 's selected as it Li n« J;"* 1 f.ronscst and the six of hearts ternV' dccl!uw wii'ining with the m«ifJ :larcr iotuls a snia11 diamond ' u , Jummy's ace, returning the j. : of diamonds, '.taking the liu'esse through East as he does not want East in the lead to lead a heart. East covers - with the fjiieen, declarer winning with the king. Two more rounds of diamonds are taken by the declarer, I he last one being won in the (Iiimmy by the eight spot. East discards the deuce of hearts, West discarding the deuce and five of clubs. The declarer knows he must lose al least one spade trick. He has no protection in clubs and decides to do the unusual and lead the clubs himself, therefore the si>: spot is Jed from dummy, declarer playing the queen to give ihe impression that he is finessing Che ace, queen, West wins with the king. In the face ot t'.iis, West does not want to return a club, he must not lead a heart, and for some reason the declarer lias not attempted to lead spades, therefore \Vcsl assumes the declarer to he weak in spades and returns the queen of spades. Declarer plays low in dummy and when the nine drops from the Autographed Telegrams Worry French Playboys PARIS, (UP)—Tiic ronhcomU'B experiments in the Paris ixist. office with nusotsiupiiKl 1,'legrams will te closely v.auhed by those whose siiovtiiif iiiiiincts oiten lead J them far from the family fireside. Teles rams, not only leprcdm'i'd In Ihe exact hniuiwriiliig of Hie .'em'.er, but bcarins the sender's autcgraph may bo p .s-ible. The French colu:mi wiit.-.'vs me I already begitinin 1 * iu point out tli? great di.-ndvnnttiEes of signal tc-le- (jfnms, esin'ci.illy ns :i will bo impossible for u g£iilie:nnu to Keiul :i wire to his wife .'.lyin^ lie is «:i- 'jag'jd c:i business '.\lieix din nctn- t r.lly misht be lakl'.v; tea in Purif. Motorization Lightens I Load for Cavalry Horse I LONDON. <UP»--LlslU,;r work h In stori. frr tiie Hi-ilKh Cavalrv ' hone. The Hoyal Horse Artillery hcatlQuar'.ers has jus; ri-duerd his i lor.d by approximately 33 Ibs., due | to increased ni'itcri/iiv; of tli: Fir.st . Line Cavalry Transient. i His full equipment now will __^,^_ weigh 250 Ibs 4 1-2 ounces, v.'hieh _l^t.t-^^" " '_" ' ' is still about 5 Ib.i. above (lie prc- Per;)le oiten wondered a few years j jxjlm'^ui-iiioioril'/'d '"in""* ^'^'"so ago il there weren't more Iliau Ju>". ! n'mt u\ v :ivcn'.".» eav:ilry"lv"Vm^y a. will to «-m back of those lon S ' f con Have lo wotrv onlv aKriii lln- nuis on tli: gridiron thai, C!i:l. , v r>i,,i,i of his rider Flanagan used to mate for Notre j ° ' Ut ' Dame. There was a reason. Miss . aita Catherine HancrKk of El Cam- Historic Polar SlHI) jio. Tex., Flanagan's boyhood swee'.- i p \ i i " %r tompletes Last Voyage ous polar exploration ship, the Frnni, has made her last voyngo.- She lli-s In Oslt> havlxir waiting n final di'clsiou as lo her fate, bul luuilcxl up on the shorn and in- Ihe cxpcclation U dial :4;e will be btallnl in a bitlldiui; whlcli will soive at ihe -same lime as an Avc- lic imi.-Tinn. It Wiis iii the Fram ihnt Ihe late Dr. FiiUljot I\i!H.-L':x made his diisl). for Hie Xorlh 1'oie fro:n 1893 to IC'Ju. S'.v: was also u -d by the !alo CaiHain R-;i!d AmiuKken In hl.s tou: 1 lit ilii* jjreat Uv barrier in Hess S<'L! in conucclmn with the South IV,? expeiillicn, 1910 to 1912 COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN lieiirt who is shown above. Ciui.s will b? through with his as;is'.ant coach's job ar, I'urdue Nov. 22 and two days later he and Miss Hanc:ck will go over to South Bend lo be married in the Log Chapel of Notre Dame- They're planning a honeymoon in Canada — but Mr. | and Mrs. Christopher Flanagan will I return to Chiuayo hi time to f-?e the Notre Dame-Army fcolba'l game. OSLO, (UP) — Holding die tin- j paralleled record of being tin ves-' sel which has been the farthest north and farthest soulh, the finn- > East hand, which the declarer i hopes West will figure as a come-1 on - card, he plays low, coaxing I We.st to continue the spades. West' does this by returning Ihe jack • of spades whicli the declarer wins j with the ace. A spade is re- ' turned to dummy's king. West discarding a club and East the three oE clubs. Declarer cashes his good spade j • in dummy and his ace of hearts. : His bit of strategy has assisted him hi making three no trump. (Copyright, 1930, NBA Service, Inc.! WILLE3DEN. Eng. IUP)—Three •witnesses in a court case here were named Chicken, Swan and Katz. Why Pay Rent? P.II.V tt linme now, wliilo tlin price i. 4 low. Conditions will surely sol boitoi'. The jirirc of real estate in and m-ounil Hlylhevillc will not roniiiin as low as at the prctiont time. Investment NQW will gnavaiUe? you prolit in tiic future. Let us show you sumo, down to the minute values, wilh the terms to suit (lie purchaser. W. M. Burns Agency Phone 2-13 BOY, OH BOY-THERE'S NOTHING LIKE ESSO TO START YOUR MOTOR THESE COLD MORNINGS! Treat yourself to a tankful or two and see the difference. There is nothing like it! 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