THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 33 Sheinwold On Bridge By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Your partner's penalty doublt Is not holy. It asks you whether you would enjoy defending against the ; opponents. If you would actually -dislike that very much, you are '. expected to say so. Â· South dealer . East-West vulnerable NORTH 4 7 3 Â¥ AQ 6 S * J 7 4 ; _ -- + K j 6 5 .WEST EAST ' 4 6 2 4 K 10 9 : V J 8 4 V K 1 0 5 , - 4 A K Q M 9 5 + 8 6 3 ! * I 4 . . . + Q 1 0 9 3 SOUTH r 4 A Q J I 5 4 " V 9 7 1 " * A 7 4 We* Nertk Eest " 1 4 2 4 Dontfc Past . Â» 4 Pass 3 4 All lead -- ft Â»/ South has a very reasonable .;; opening bid of one spade and Â· West has a fair enough overcall of two diamonds. North has the hand we. sa.w yesterday. Â· North's double says: "Partner, '. I have good defensive hand. It ' should take at least three tricks Â· Â· against the opponents, Ifyoulike- l wise have good defense, let's set' tie down and get fat. If you have Â· poor defense, take this double ; cut" Â· Â· - -Â· ,.-.. . South has a poor hand for de- fens*. The singleton in the enemy's suit is the signal to start moving Â· In a different direction. ! In taking the double out, South ; Indicates the nature of his hand. Â· A rebid in his suit shows a long ; suit, but little strength beyond ; a minimum opening bid. With a" Â· long wit ^and, greater strength, ; South wpuid majce a jump rebid. Â· With a second biddable suit, South '. would. make his .second bid in that ; suit. North raises to three spades, ! knowing that South has a six-card ; spade suit. Sotuh can have only Â· a singleton diamond at most, for ; etiierwise he would let the double Â· a( two diamonds stand. If South 'Â· had only five spades, he would ! have at least four cards in some Â· other suit and would probably be "Â· able'te bid that other suit. ! South would go on to game In Â· ipade* if ha had substantial extra . itrtafth-- for example, the king Â«f ; Marts or even the queen of clubs. : Since his opening bid if skimpy, : he stops jhort at three spades. South makes three spades fairly easily, but would not make game. If South unwisely passed the double of two diamonds, West would Â«ith*r make his contract or go down Â«Â«t trick, depending on the quality of the defense. In Â·either MM would South b* as QUESTION You have opened she bidding with one spede. The Â»ext player bids two dubs, your partner doubles and the next player passes You hold: spades A Q J t S 4 hearts 1 7 2 , diamonds 3, clubs A 7 4. What do you say? Answer: Pass. Your club hold Ing is good for defense agal.ns elubs, so there is no reason to run Â·ut of the double. Capyrliht 1HS Graduation Of Nurses Set Sunday A class el-M nurses and 2 X-ray technologists will receive diplomas Sunday iit|fnduation ceremonies of St. Mary's Hospital School o Nursing, j; Scheduled for 4 p.m. in the Lib Â·ral Arts Auditorium at the Uni versify of'Arizona,'the graduatioi ceremony will include a com mencemeot address by Dr. Sam vel J. Grauman, .president-elect ef St. Mary's medical staff. DipkHnas will be presented by the Most Rev. Daniel J. Gercke bishop of the Diocese of Tucson. School pins will be presented bj Dr. Ian Chester, president of th medical staff. Th* St. John's parish ahoir wi Â·ing. Ot\ Saturday at I a.m. tht grad natei will attend baccalaureat mass in St. Catherine's Chapel a the hospital with the Rev. FJoriai Lute, St. Mary's'Chaplain, the address. Police Watch As Burglary G)mmitted A M-year-oM Tucsonian wa arrested last night after polic said they watched him break int a storage yard and steal $40 worth ef tools. 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