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ItA K Your Bridgework By Jackie Wilcox North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. North * Q 9 3 f A 3 Â· A 7 6 5 4 A K 6 2 West 4 K J8 Â¥ J 10 8 7 2 Â· K 10 8 4 3 East Â· 7 4 2 V Q 9 4 Â· 9 2 *Q J 9 8 4 North 1 club 3 spades pass South 1 spade 4 spades South 4 A 10 6 5 Â· K 6 5 f 10 7 5 3 The bidding: East pass pass pass West 2 hearts pass With today's cards most North-South pairs reached three notrump and several made nine tricks by correctly guessing the spade s u i t . In the diagrammed b i d d i n g North-South were playing weak n'o- V v "i trumps and, Â· \ Â·Â· 3 after the two MRS. W1LCOX h e a r t overcall, North had a tough decision. As the lesser of evils she elected to jump in spades with only three card support. Although the final contract was a good one it takes double-dummy play to hold the defense to three tricks. Before reading further take a look at all four hands and try your luck at making four spades with the jack of hearts lead and good defense. Declarer must win the opening lead with the king and lead the diamond queen. West covers, dummy's ace wins and the ace of hearts is cashed. ;Next comes a diamond to the jack with a low spade out. ;West should fly with the king and exit with a high diamond ;(the best defense). East ditches his last heart and South ruffs low. The third heart is trumped with the spade nine and the queen of spades cashed. South must now lead a low club from the table. East wins the jack and gives his partner a club ruff. Declarer trumps either red suit return with the 10 of spades, draws East's last trump with the ace and takes the last two club tricks. The Wildwood Bridge Club in Ashiand, Kentucky is sponsoring a two-session Open Pair Club Championship on June 30. Entry fee will be $5.00 per person which includes dinner between sessions. LAST WEEK'S WINNERS MONDAY BRIDGETTE CLUB 1 Mrs. Russell Van Cleve and Mrs. H. C. Riley 2. Mrs. W. L. Pyle and Mrs. George Woo 3-4 Mrs I.E. Pearcy and Mrs. Walter Fenstermacner 3-4. Mrs. A. C. Rogers and Harry Wei sen MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Dora Grubb and Reuben Graham 2. Jackie Wilcox and D. L. Olds 3. Mrs. J. A. Gatens and Mrs. D. D. Smith 4. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Singleton 5 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coghill J U N E S EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Carl Sampies and Mrs. James Morgan 2. Mrs. R. G. Markham and Mrs. L. G. Huston 3. Mrs. R. D. Keightley and Mrs. J. G. Henderson EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. J. H. Hoge and Mrs. W. J. Wischmann 2. Mrs. L. T. Snider Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Gatens 3. Mrs. B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. David Thalheimer SAVE'3.11 J-SPEED,20" PORTABLE FAN Plastic blades. ^^ ..^ "jet thrusT ae- 21 REG. 24.99 lion. Automatic thermostat. Special Buy 20" PORTABLE ELECTRIC FAN Pre- lubricated. 7 plastic paddles. 2 safety grilles. Hurry! 14 s 4,500-BTU MOOM AIR CONDITIONER Dehumtdifies as it cook. Removable, easy clean filter. Fits windows 20'/i-36" W. Ea- sy-to-instcU do-it-yourself kit included. 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"We'll have a 2 Oregon Men Refuse Extradition PORTLAND, Ore.-l/R- James C. Morrison, 31, and his brother, Calvin, 24, Grove"town, Ga., accused of hacking three soldiers from Ft. Gordon, Ga., to death near Modoc. S. C., June 1, have re' fused to waive extradition. The brothers asked to be re- Â· leased on bail. Judge George Van Hoomison of Multnomah County Circuit Court on Fri! day set a formal bail hearing for June 21. Â· - T h e y were arrested Wednesday in northwest Portland by the FBI. The three soldiers, all as^ signed to signal school at Ft. Gordon, were lured to a lake. ; apparently to attend a party. Sheriff Paul Grant. Aiken, S. '. C. said. Instead they were robbed and killed. Grant said the brothers moved to Georgia recently from Bakersfield, Calif., and had relatives in the Portland area. steady series of turtlenaping and egg poaching arrests until the laying season ends in August." 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