Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 19
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 19

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 19
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 19 Sheinwold Bridi By ALFRED SHEINWOLD The etiquette books tell us that listening in on other people's conversation is in poor taste. Don't let that stop you _ at the; bridge table; you can learn a let by letting your ears flip wide while the opponents talk. West deakr Both aides vulnerable I NORTH ! 4 J 10 » 7 V A Q 6 * A Q 4 £ * J 42 WEST EAST A A K I 4 2 * Q « 5 3 * 3 , V K 7 5 4 4 5 1 * 10 9 l~7 4 A Q W 9 6 * 5 SOUTH V J 10 9 S 2 · K J « 2 # K 8 7 3 Wast Nettfc Kast 1 * Donbk Pass 2 V 2 * 3 V 3 4 4 V ?a» Doabk Al BSH lead -West ted the long of spades and South began to piece together what he had heard from the opponents. Wesf s bidding indicated five cards in each of the black suit*. This would give East four spades and a singleton'dub, which agreed with his bidding. Easf s double of four hearts almost surely indicated four trumps to the king. East could nof have much strength since he had pawed at his first turn and had raised to only three spades at his second turn. He would hardly feel confident enough to double four hearts if he had only three trumps. This accurate picture of 'the opposing hands helped South find the right line of play. He ruffed the opening lead, led a trump to dummy's "ace, ruffed another spade and got to dummy twice in diamonds to ruff dummy's other two spades. Declarer then cashed the king and jack of diamonds. East had to follow suit and West couldn't luff for lack of a trump. By this time, East was reduced to three trumps and the singleton club, and South had taken the first nine tricks. · South led a low dub, and West won with,the queen. West led his last spade, hoping that declarer would nuke the mistake of ruffing in dummy, but South discarded from dummy to «void «t» **ap. East had to ruff and then had to let dummy win a trick with the ajueen of trumps. This was de- daraVs 10th trick -- all because he listened to what WM being ·aid. QUESTION As dealer, you hold: spade J1097, hearts AQ6, diamonds AQ4; dub J4 2. What do you say? Answer: Bid one diamond. The hand i« too good to pass, but you have no convenient opening bid. If you open with one spade, you will be embarrassed by any response in a new suit. You would open with one club except for the weakness of that suit You have no problem if you use the Kaplan-Sheinwold system, for * en you can bid one NT, showing 12 to 14 points with balanced distribution. Boy, 12, Saved From Drowning A 12-year-old boy who was pulled unconscious from a motel swimming pool Saturday right was reported in satisfactory condition today at St. Mary's Hospital. The youngster, Lynne Lennington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steward Lennington, was rescued from the pool at fte El Corral Motel, 2725 N. Orade Rd., by his sister Diane, 15, and two motel guests. He had been under water several minutes, police said, when his sister noticed he hadn't come up from a five. The two motri guests, W. A. Galhnan and Miss Georgetta Carles, helped me girl lift her unconscious brother from the bottom of the pool. Gallman, who had jumped into the water in his ·treet dothes to bring the boy to the surface, administered mouth- to-mouth resuscitation. A fire department rescue team then took over and gave the victim oxygen through an inhalator. The boy began to regain consciousness a* he was being transported to we hospital, police said. The Lenningtons, who recently moved here from 'die East, were guests at the motel. The father is a linotype operator for Tucson Newspapers, Inc. Officers said the youngster's parents were out looking for a permanent residence when the mishap occurred. Airman Clean Academy Prep Allan R. Omteon, airman, USN, ·m ef Mrs. Mary J. FrazeDe «f 7ft E. Eton St, has graduated from the U. S. Naval JVepwatory vcnon. 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