Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 11
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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Sunday i Ybwr Bridge-work Waat VtrtWt- By Jackie WHcox North dealer. Both sides vulnerable. North 4 4 3 ¥ 1073 « A K Q 10 10 9 6 4 East West K 5 8 6 4 J 9 7 6 A J 8 3 * The bidding: North East pass pass 3 · pass 6 NT pass 4 V ' * * Sooth A Q 7 A K Q 9 S 8 5 4 K Q J 10 9 8 6 2 J 2 3 2 7 3 2 South 2 NT 3 NT pass West pass pass pass Today's deal occured in a recent duplicate game. It involved a three suit squeeze and end-play which produced twelve tricks for North-South. The bidding was anything but scientific. Through a misunderstanding, South was using a 2021 point limit on opening two no- trump. North in-, terpreted the" bid to show 2224 and, w i t h nine points and good intermediate cards, decided to gamble __ ... on a small slam. MRS. W1LCOX West opened the club trey, losing to the king. South cashed one high diamond and ran five heart tricks. On the fourth heart West shed a low club but the fifth heart put him in a bad position. Trying to protect clubs and spades he pitched a small diamond. Declarer now cashed three EAST-WEST 1. Sttva CtvwxJer *ntf lob Slnalaton 1. Link Youno. awl Ratt Man 3.-4 MM. Austin Millar and Mrs. Tern Moora 3.^ Mrs. M«yn*rd 5h«rwln an* Mr* Rett Bean PLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Austin Millar and Sfeva Cavan- 2. Mrs. D .L." Olds and Jade Wyatt EASIEST Wtm ** J ' m **"* 1. Or. and Mrs. Ed Shaan i Mrs, Alma Parry and Tern Moore 3. Coy Whit* and F. E. Baker NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Roy Monroe and Mrs. Robb Gover 2. Mrs. Herman Redd and Ruth Huston a Mrs. F. C. Gall and Mrs. R. E Stone EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Austli 2. Mrs. Homer Gandea and Mrs. J. w Lively 3. Mrs. Clarence Young and Mrs. L T Snider, Jr. THURSDAY July 17 NOVICE GAME 1. Mrs. Lawrence O'Mar* and Velma Van Voorst 2. Mrs. H. C. Rlley and Mrs. Joe Hoge 3. Mrs. Walter Fenstormacner and Partie Lemon THURSDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Wlra. Tom Moore and Mre. Ann 2. Mrs. John Sown -and Mra. Austin Miller 3. Tom Moore and Harry Welsch FRIDAY July 31 KVBA NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Austin Miller 2. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welsch 3. Link Young and Ed Maier ung M " more diamonds and West had to discard his club jack. The queen of clubs put him in with the ace and he was forced to lead into South's spade tenace. An original diamond or heart opening would have prevented the squeeze and end-play but who could blame West for making the 'standard' club lead? LAST WEEK'S WINNtRS SUNDAY July JO SUNDAY NIGHT OUPLICATC CLUB TOURNAMENT , NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis I. Sab.Alltn and Rauban Graham 3. Mrs. J .f. Wlleox and Ed Maler 4.-S Rulti Mutton and Mrs. Roy Monroe 4.-S John Cay ton and Rust H«nn«n EAST-WEST 1. O. L. Olds and B. Y. HIM 2. Bill Wick, Jr. and Stan Given 3. Charlotte Garret? and Mrs. Larry Legsdon 4 Mrs. A. C. Regtrr and Lyto Sattw J. Mrs. Tarn Moor* and Jassa Stuart OVERALL 1. D. I_ Old* and B. Y. Hill 1. Mr. and Mr*. David Ellis 3. SHI Wick, Jr. and Stan Given 4. Charlotte Oarrett and Mrs. Larry Lopsdon T Bob Allan and Raubcn Graham t. Mr*. J. f. Wllctx and td Martar MONDAY JMy 11 BRIDOITTE CLUB 1. Mrs. J. E. Allen and Mrs. Wm. Wbctimann J. Mr. and Mr*. James Morgan 3. Mrs. A. C. Walter and Mrs. Austin Miller i. Mr*. A. C Rogers and Mrs. Roy """MONDAY NIOHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Stan Given and Reuben Graham 2. C»l Howard and Charles Gerwlg 3. Mrs. Evan Harris and Mrs. Harry Wei sen 1. Reuben Graham and Stan Given 2. Mrs. Reuben Graham and David Pitts 3. Mrs. Larry Logsdon and Roger Meadows 4. Mr*. D. L. Olds and B. Y. Hill SATURDAY July V BID AND MADE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Reuben Graham and Mrs. J. F. Wilcox 2. Ed Maler and Jim Morrison 3. George Fautkes and Harry Welseh 4. Jim Spence and Reuben Graham EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. Austin Miller and Robert Bailey 2. Mr. and Mrs: David Pitts 3. Russ Hermen and Lyle Gillespl* 4. Jess*. Stuart and Eric Hoag BRIDGE CALENDAR weak af August t SUNDAY -- KVBA TOURNAMENT MONDAY -- Bridge** Club -- 10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welseh, 901 Wllkle Drive. Public Invited. Monday Home of invited. Night Mrs. Bridge Harry Club -- 7 p.m. Welsch. Public WEDNESDAY -- Easy ACM -- 10:30 a.m. Beni Kedem. Closed. West Virginia State College Duplicate -- 7:30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public Invited. THURSDAY -- Novice Gam* -- 10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welseh. Public jnvtted. Thursday Night Duplicate -YWCA. Public Invited. 7p.m. FRIDAY -- KVBA -- 7:15 p.m. Charleston Federal Savings and Loan Building. Closed. SATURDAY -- Bid and Mad* -- 7:30 i.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Well*. Public Invited. Jackson County Fair to Be Held In Cottageville COTTAGEV1LLE - The 1972 Jackson County Fair will be held at the county farm in Cottageville Aug. 16-20. The fair will include commercial ?«xhibil»i livestock, poultry and eggs, farm crops, homemaking, clothing, a style show flowers, crafts, · and 4-H and scout exhibits. The Pissani Family, Rudy Varju, Charles Gregory and Roy Rogers Jr., wHl entertain. A fair queen also will be chosen. M.H. to Get $10,000 Gift In Memory of Frank Taylor Charleston b u s i n e s s m a n George Martin is donating $10,000 to Morris Harvey College in memory of the late Frank L. Taylor Jr. The gift will be accepted at 3 p.m. Tuesday during brief ceremonies in the office of Marshall Buckalew, the college president. Taylor, a Charleston lawyer and former state senator, died last month in highway mishap in Virginia. He was a member of the law firm of Kay, Casto and Chaney. His parents, Kanawha County Circuit Judge and Mrs. Frank L. Taylor Sr.; his widow and son will be present at the ceremony. 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