Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 22, 1973
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1 A PINCH-HITTER /w SE PE5I6 WEP TO BAT R)R7H£ STARTING 3 IN AW 6AME WITHOUT OTHEfWe Z ArrKTlNS THE STATUS OF THE · mCHESS IN THE SAME-" * FAILURE TO DESIGNATE A PINCH-HITTER PRIOR TO THE SAME PRECU/PK THE 1)56 Of A K5I6NATEP PINCH-HITTER FOR THE GAME... PINCH-HITTER FOR A PKISNATEP PINCH-HITTER MAV ee WEP...* 'ANV5085TITVTE PINCH-HITTER FOR A PK6NATEO PINCH-HITTER HIMSELF BECOMES A OESISNATEP PINCH-HITTER..A ReHACEP p£SI6NATE[ PlNCU-H LITER 5HAU. NOT Re-afTEK THE SAME* I PROBABLY WON'T set TO BATTUE WHOLE SEASON. Q O Z o Q lR mS«S. SOMETHWa S TOSSED FROM It Ul IM a Ul MAM/ -- If'5 MV Sue's 17 YOU CAU.6D Me. 3UST IM "flMCx-vAKIOTi-ltR DAY AND SHe WOULD HAV6- 8£6M pP AWt AROUMP i-ti ui WHAT DO Oll PREFER 70 BE CAU.EP?,..BI.AC£, NE6RO OK O Z o BLONDIE, I MUST TE LITHE TRUTH THE RPASOM I'f LATE IS THAI I STOPPED AT THE POOL. HAl.t- IM THE WORDS OF THE FATHER OF OUR POUMTRV, I CAMMOr ,. TELL '^ A LIE ' ^ 4*C t-1.1. ***** SEORSE. WASHINGTOM IS TAKING MARTHA OUT TO DIMMER TO MIGHT Believe K of Not! ABRIDGE SPANNING THE WITEADDER RWER.AT Billburnfoot.ScotUnd, BUILT WITH THE BEQUEST OF A TEAMSTEf?, TWICE WAS SWEPT tMtfVt HOOCS. HHtN IT WAS BUILT AMD THEN K BUILT I IN A DIFFERENT LOCATION THAN THAT I SPECIFIED m m WIU- i 7WF SWPGf MB , 1 COHSTKUCT A 7HIRD TIME fXACTLY {AS THE TfAMSKR HAD ORDCRCD -AND IT IS STItt SJAHUN6 ai YEARS IATIK FRANK H. KEITH of- Naperville, III.. CAN KtKirfSAaatAK. AND UPSIDE DOVJN - BLINDFOLDED 40* HAS A TAIL AS LONG AS ITS BODV AND USES IT TO CAPTURE rOOO FISH- BV WHIPPING UP THS WATER SINCE SOMEONE HAS TRIEPTO KILL XOU ONCE) THEY AWY TRY AGAIN/ MR. BENSON. IT'S HftRP TO BELIEVE THAT I'M IH GRAN/E PAUSE!?, MR. SAWYER. (") xA_/ UM-I NOTCB* W/ Y^(TOBK!W M/rA_«rfj»MWCH-- , ·y ones -MUG i00*1 rr. WWI/ST j errs our pfl * r f ifnrbv THEOTHK NAMELY. THE . BJER'BODV INTH' HOLLER VEflRS HE'S PERVJIDED TflLKS ABOUT MV MflN SNOW, EVER'BODV INTH' ELU1NEV, BUT THEY FERG1T-- \ HOLLER WIFSOMETHIN HE'S flLWftVS BEEN A 600D PERVIDER TOTflLKflBOUT AH KNEW IRRITABLE MOUNT IN VsKDULDN'T TAKETHlS IT'SAULVJE KIM AFFORD -WE. YJOR.KS- f HOW COME YOU I CATS LIVE IK! \ SUCH DISGUSTS 1 SUUMMIN'PARTY \ 6QOAU3R? FPOWTH'HEW y*X_ - DEs/ELOPMENT- tiiiiii;iii:iii!:Wiiiiiiiiiii;iiii!iiii'iiiiiiiiiii!iiniiiiiiiiiiini:iNiiiiiiHi;n LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Doctor Explains Flu Distinctions What is the'London flu that everyone seems to be talking about? How does it differ from other "flus"? Mrs; L.T.. Del. Dear Mrs. T.: There are distinct technical differences, in viruses. There are probably 300 or more various viruses that may affect and infect man. Many of these have been recognized and identified. The viruses that cause polio, smallpox, chickenpox, mumps, measles, and influenza are responsible for a group of physical symptoms that identify each disease. FINE DISTINCTION However, the fine distinctions between t h e London flu. the Hbng Kong flu and-an ordinary grippe or common cold are not always easy to classify. Com the runny nose, the genera feeling of aching, fever congestion in the chest, sore throat, cough, and a tremendous sense of weakness. The sudden outbreak of acute nfections in London has pin oirited attention to a vira nfection which now bears its lame. It would take the mos ( i m p l i c a t e d studies .with lectronic microscopes to dis jinguish one virus f r o m mother. The name is not nearly o important as the care'tha hould be given early to peopl who are sick. It must be remembered tha when the first symptoms of a cold or flu appear, the viru most important early treatment. been incubatin 8 · Northw«tt Arkamo* TJMK, Thur.., M. 22, 1973 : AMKAM*** IIMIDIIIffllllllWW^ RANGES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope IIIMIHIIIUIIIM^^^ as probably or three or nportant, therefore, that when eople feel "a cold is coming n," treatment should be tailed at that time. Rest, Fluids, modified diet are mportant. Rest is probably the Look in the section in which our birthday comes and' find hat your outlook is, according o the stars.- ·''"·" : FOR FBI., FEB. 23, 197J i IRIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) · You may run into snagS or bstacles -- but you can handle hem well. Pep up ah old idea, ;eep your, vision broad.. Think iver past, experiences -- and irofit by them. TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21): ·Don't consider first thoughts inly, nor first impressions. You :ould be mistaken aboul m o t i v a t i o n s , indications meanings. Give all the benefil of the doubt. EMINI (May 22 to June 21) M i x e d influences, mixed HJssibilities. How you react tc o p p o s i t i o n a n d unexpectec obstacles will tell the tale literary and scientific matters especially favored. "ANGER (June 22 to July 23) Lunar influences auspicious Tailor- moves sagely to fit the occasion. If stresses rise, ease off sufficiently to think am judge more clearly. LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Ask questions, but listen we! to the ansvyers and use car in interpreting relevant facts You will encounter both nig! caliber motives and misleadin, ones. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Mercury influences extreme! generous. A day in which exercise your keen faculties an capitalize on your wealth t a l e n t s . Written matter especially favored. four days. It is j LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Be careful not to mix frienc and finances now. Argument mistrust on either side woul be a distinct possibility..In othe respects, day should go well. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Follow through on we' devised, plans and procedure and don't be sidetracked b part of the onessentlals. Consider the uggestions of others, but tailor iem to suit your own needs. AGITTAR1US (Nov. 23 to Dec. 1) A good day for trying new xperiments as a means of urthering progress. Remember, doesn't always pay to "play safe" or "stay put." CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. If things aren't going quite s you'd like, seek a new and lore productive approach. As /ith Sagittarius, experiment a at, but don't do to extremes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Be alert to spot flaws in your · irogram, and initiate corrective clion promptly. An unusual dea. put forward at the proper ime, could prove profitable. ^ISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20)' You could be tempted now to urn from a winning to a more onfused course. Consider the vhole picture, and avoid the )itfalls of heedlessnesa a n d lasle. YOU BORN TODAY are a lighly versatile individual with certain characteristics almost alien to other Signs. A Piscean,. governed by Neptume, you have an intense love of the sea and iverything connected with it. Also, you are extremely perceptive, possessing almost a "sixth sense" which, coupled with your many talents, can be an invaluable factor in your success pattern. It tells you when to move, when to "stay put." Further, it gives you a more than-ordinary interest in the occult, and many Pisceans are known for their clairvoyant powers. Your personality is a magnetic one and others follow you willingly. Thus, you have a great responsibility toward them. Will you lead up or down? Birthdate of: George Handel, composer; Samuel Pepys, Eng. diarist. I never have been able to earn how to swallow a pill. I struggle so hard with it that iometimes I decide to forget about the pill. Are there any tricks of the trade that you can let us in Mr. j; R. E., Okla. Dear Mr. E.: I have watched patients strain, struggle and use all sorts of neck gyrations to swallow a small pill. These same people can swallow a piece of steak half an inch square without the slightest difficulty. WORK TOO HARD I just believe that most people work too energetically at doing simple thing. I came across an excellent suggestion made by Dr. William B. Robey of Phoenix, Arizona. He tells his patient to take a sip of water and hold it in his mouth. Then, tilt the head back a,s though to gargle, and drop the pill on top of the water. Then he has him take another sip of water and swallow -all of it. Apparently, this old technique is an excellent one for problem pill-takers. Why don't you try it? iiii!iifiiiiiiiiitiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiinii]ii«Diiiiinihiiiniiifliiiiiiiii»iiitiiim^ B. JAY BECKER On Contract Bridge (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) inininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieiiiiiHininiHiiiniiiniininiiiim Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1. Simmer 5. Obese 8. Constructed 12. Couple 13. Past 14. Medicinal plant 15. Land measure IS. Large bag 18. Ship 30. Sharpens 21. Josh 22. Pronoun 23. Tropical tree Z6. Brutal 30. Be in debt 31. Intenti on 32. Color 33. Aus- , tralian seaport 36. Residue 38. Feminine name 39. Anything sticky 40. Chatter 43. Direct 47. Revocation 49. Large volume 50. Lyric poems 51. Conjunction 52. Redact 53. Classify 54. Legume 55. Seines DOWN 1. Health resorts 2. Diplomacy 3. Emerald Isle 4. Causes harm 5. Confronted 6. Culture medium 7. High .hill 8. City officials 9.---King 10. Deal out scantily 11. Lampreys 17. Mother of Zeus Aver*g« Itoie of tolnlion; 22 min. wa BHHII SIIHOl BfflQ QSI1 dacHiiHt*; S35 ESBIi 19.-Farrow 2Z. Border 23. Marsh 24. Overwhelm 25. Famous general 26. Immense 2T. Article 28. Haul 29. Affirmative 31. Some 34. Most recent 35. Hebrew measure 36. Spanish title 37. Decayed 39. -- Heir 40. Cons'com- panions 41. Bedec- orate 42. Affirm 43. Walking · stick 44. Was conveyed 45. Neglect 46. Permits 48. Weaken West dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH * Q 6 4 2 V 7 6 » J 6 3 * Q 10 9 3 WEST / *1087 V K Q 8 S 3 * A 10 EAST A A K J 9 3 V A J 4 » 75* 4 8 6 5 + K 4 SOUTH 4 S V 10 9 2 · K Q 9 8 2 * A J72 The bidding: West North East South Pass Pass 1 * Pass 2V Pass Pass 2* Pass Pass lead -- king ol Opening hearts. They say that truth stranger than fiction, and here is a hand to bear it out. South was playing in a pionship and the pair cham bidding -surprisingly -- went as shown. East's pass of two hearts was astonishing, to say the least He had the values for a raise to four hearts; all he had to do was assume that West hac the normal complement of 1 or more points for his two-leve response and on that basis bid game. Apparently East was unduly obsessed by his partner's pass as dealer and took an altogether too gloomy view of game prospects, but this was not good thinking on his part. South should probably have let well enough alone, but being by nature a fierce competitor, he decided to fight the part score. Accordingly he bid two spades, intending t h i s as a cuebid to invite partner to bid one of the minors. But North didn't read partner's intentions that way, arid lie passed. As a result. South f o u n d himself "struggling dispiritedly in a hopeless contract and the outcome was that he went down six for a loss of 600 points! North-South naturally h a d some words to say to each other at the conclusion of the hand, as partners sometimes do, but eventually they made their peace when they discovered what had happened at the other tables where the hand was played. At practically every table, with perfectly normal bidding, East-West had arrived at either four hearts or four spades, scoring 650 or 680 points. So the odd result was that North- South, who were minus GOO points due to their partnership misunderstanding, top score! achieved a PONYTAIL Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 3J '50 38 22 St 8 SS 32 4« 2-22 "Daddy, I think I've finally met a boy you're gofe |» be impressed with... be already baa a patMfeoej£fa advertising!" TIMES Classified Ads Get Fast Results, Try 'em. Just Dial 442-6242.

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