Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 49
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 49

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
Page 49
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PAGE T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 Sheinwold On Bridge 1 4 pass 4 4 By ALFRED SHEINWOLD I'm always astonished to hear how many bridge players hold less than their rightful share of the cards. They're very good players, of course, and they'd surely win regularly if they could only hold a few high cards now and then. Still, they might protect themselves a trifle better while they're waiting for the luck to change. i South dealer North-South vulnerable NORTH 4k K W 9 V J 9 S 3 O tO 6 4 * A Q 3 VEST EAST 4 5 * 7 4 1 ? A Q 7 6 y 42 O K Q J 9 5 O A 8 3 Z * J £ 2 * S 7 5 4 SOUTH A A Q J 8 * 3 y K M O 7 * K » 6 West North East Doubte Redouble Pass 2 0 2 4k Paw AH Pass Opening lead -- O K West opened the king of diamonds and East signaled encouragement with the eight. South ruffed the next diamond, drew trumps and tried a heart finesse. West could get his two heart tricks, but then South had the rest for game and rubber. East turned a kibitzer and shook his head dolefully. "One ace was all I could pick up," he complained. "Where are all these kings and queens people talk about?" The kibitzer was sympathetic, but he didn't say all that was in his mind. East had thrown away hundreds of points on this very hand. East hadn't done anything terrible; he just had failed to do something good and this failure had cost him dearly. East should play the ace of diamonds at the first trick. The ace is no better than West's king, but East must get the lead into his hand, and this may be his only chance to do so. East must make this decisive play to return a heart at the second trick. West takes his two heart tricks and leads a third heart for East to ruff. And that ruff is the setting trick. Even when you're a poor card-holder it's better to collect 100 points than to let the opponents make game and rubber. QUESTION-- Partner opens with one spade and the next player passes. You hold: Spades 5, hearts A Q 7 6, diamonds K Q J 9 5, clubs J 9 2. What do you say? Answer -- Bid two diamonds. You can bid the hearts next if you get the chance, thus showing a strong hand and more diamonds than hearts. Bid the longer of two biddable suits first when you can afford two bids. For Sheinwold's 36-page booklet, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge," send 50 cents to Bridge Book, Tucson Daily Citizen, Box 3318, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N. Y. Copyright 19i3 Rides Given On Safely Passing Cars DETROIT -- UPI-- Passing , another car is one of the most hazardous maneuvers in driving. That is the opinion of Philip Lewis, chairman of the : executive committee of the Michigan Trucking Associa- ' tion. Lewis said to remember these things when passing others: I. If in doubt that you can pass safeiy -- don't pass at . all. '. 2. Know the performance characteristics of your vehicle and take them into account, but rely on horse sense to keep out of tight spots -not on horsepower to get out of them. 3. Never attempt to pass when your view of the road ahead is obstructed or you can't see hazards to the side. Hills, curves, railroad crossings, intersections are dangerous places to pass whether or not they are marked as no-passing zones. 4. Check traffic in front and to the rear, and signal your change of lanes when pulling out and returning to the right lane. Change lanes gradually and only when you can do it safely. 5. Give warning with hands or signal light of your intention to pass. THIS WAY TO FINER FOODS AT LOWER PRICES m^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ROUND BIG REASONS FOR SHOPPING HERE Every item sold on a money-back guarantee. 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