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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 26

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2B--·August 20, 1972 Sunday Ga»ett«.Mail Your Bridge-work^ By Jackie Wilcox South dealer. Neither side vul nerable. North A A 97 4 V 9 8 6 2 * K Q 4 * Q 4 West East 4 6 2 * K 5 V Q 1 0 7 5 V J 4 3 * J 9 5 * A 10 8 3 * A 9 7 3 * 10 862 South A Q J 10 8 3 ¥ A K 4 7 6 2 * K J 5 The bidding: South West North - 1 A pass 3 A ' 4 A pass pass Eas pass pass Today's hand had many inter esting features. North's jump to three spades was a limit raise "showing ten to twelve points South had enough strength to carry to game and with either a successful spade finesse or the ace of diamonds on the right side game would be a lay down. A n original diamond lead would automatically defeat the contract b u t , fortunately for South, West had MRS. WILCOX a normal heart lead. South won the heart and tried the spade finesse. East won the king and made a brilliant shift to the diamond trey, West's jack forcing the king. Declarer now pulled the remaining trumps and led a club. West won the ace and playec the nine of diamonds. Since Eas could not be prevented from winning two diamond tricks the defenders scored a one trie! set. v If South had played the hand as well as East defended he could have made his contrac by guarding against the actua card combination. He should have led a club at trick two to set up a discard for dummy's four of diamonds thus assuring his game. LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY August 15 SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis 1. Lola Nester and Bill Wick, Jr. 3. Mrs. J. F. Wilcox and B. Y. Hill *. Reuben Graham and Jim Morrison EAST-WEST 1. Jade Wvatt and D. L. Olds !. Mrs. Tom Moor* and Alma Perry 3. Mrs. 0. D. Smith and Mrs-. John 2. Mrs. CtwlM Lwnon and Mra. L. T SnMw. Jr. MONDAY MIGHT DUPLICATI CLUI TOURNAMINT OVERALL 1. Bill Wick, Jr. and B. Y. HIM 2. Mr. »nd Mrs. D. L. OWi 3. Mrs. J. E. Allen and Steve Ctvende 4. Charlotte Garrctt and Mrv Davl Thalheimer 5. Mrs. John Bow*s and Wm. Kennedy «. Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Mrs. J. I NORTH^OUTH 1. Mr. and Mr?, o. L. Olds 2. Mrs. J. E. Allen and Steve Cavender 3. Mrs. John Bowes and Wm. Kenned " Link Youns J. Mrs. E. L. Feoton end Ruth Huston MONDAY Aufust 14 ·RIDOETTE CLUB 1. Mr. and Mrs. J«mes Morgan 1. Bill Wide, Jr. and B. Y. Hill 2. Charlotte Garrett and Mrs. DavM Thalheimer 3. Mrs. O. B. Eakl* and Mn. J. L Garcia 4. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith WEDNESDAY WEST VIR6INIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH ·It Mrs. B. Y. Hill and Mrs. D. B. EakK Z T. B. Less and C. E. Gabbert 3. Mr. and Mrs. David Pitta EAST-WEST 1. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis 1 Charlotta Garrett and Mrs. Charles Lemon 3. Roger Meadows and Robert Bailey EASY ACES NORTH-SOU TH 1. Mrs. F. C. Gail and Mrs. R. E. Stan* 2. Mrs.R. D. Keightley and Mrs. J. G. Henderson 1 Mrs. Carl Samples and Mrs. Pet* L*m»sters 4. Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Mn. John Kester EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. James Morgan and Mr*. l_ T. Snider, Jr. 2. Mrs. E. L. Fenton and Mrs. Clarence Young 3. Mrs. Jett Smith and Mrs. Austin Miller 4. Mrs. Georg* Woo and Mrs. A. C. Rogers THURSDAY August II NOVICE CAME 1. Mrs. John Gatens and Mn. David Pitts 2. Mrs. H. C. Rlley and Mrs. L. T. Snider, Jr. 3. Mrs. R. L. Smith, Jr. and Mn. John Hutchinson * Steve Cavender and Jim Dodson 5. Mrs. James Beheler and Mrs. David Thalheimer 4.-5. Mrs. James Beheler and Mrs. David Thalheimer 4.-S. Steve Cavender and Jim Dodson THURSDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. John Cayloi and Austin Miller 2. Mrs. Tom Moore and Link Ycung FRIDAY August 11 KVBA ORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. J. f. Wilcox and Stan Given I. Mrs. Robb. Gover and Mrs. J. E. Allen 3. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welsch 4. Mr, and Mrs. Evan Harris 5. Larry Logsdon and Jim Morrison EAST-WEST 1. Jade Wvstt and Link Young i B. Gumowskl and D. L. Olds 3. David Pitts and F. E. Baker i. B. Y. HIM and Austin Miller i. Mrs. Maynard Sherwin and Mrs. Rett Bean SATURDAY August 11 BID AND MADE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. John Kester end Harry Welseh 2. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Harris 3. Mr. and Mrs. David Thalheimer EAST-WEST 1. Charlotte Garrett and Mrs. Austin Miller 5. Mr. and Mrs. Rett Bean 3. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis BRIDGE CALENDAR wetk of August M SUNDAY-Sunday Nlflht Duplicate--7 p.m. --YWCA. Public Invited. MONDAY--Bridgette Club -- 10:30 i.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wllkle Drive. Public Invited. Monday Night Bridge Club--7 p.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welscrt. Public Invited. WEDNESDAY--E«sy Aces -- 10:30 a.m. Benl Kedem. Closed. West Virginia State College Duplicate --7:30 p.m. New Dormitory, public Invited. THURSDAY-Novtoe Game -- 10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public Invited. Thursday flight Duplicate -- 7 p.m. YWCA. Public Invited. RIDAY--KVBA -- 7: IS p.m. Charleston Federal Saving* and Loan Building. Ctoaad. ATUROAY-«ff and Mad« 7:30 p.m. Home of Mn, Harry Waltch. Public Invited, Wood Senior Citizens Home Suspended for One Year A one-year suspension for ad- Mrs milting welfare patients has been the ordered for a Wood County senior citizens home, West Virginia Welfare Commissioner Edwin ^lowers said Friday. Flowers said the decision was made following a hearing in which five persons testified about Mrs. the Marshall Home for Seniot Citizens in Vienna, where a dozen welfare patients were recently discharged unexpectedly. The proprietor of the home, Joann Kelly, said earlier welfare patients were asked to leave because she was losing money housing them. Flowers said the one-year suspension, which pertains only to welfare patients, would be continued after the year as long as Kelly failed to request readmission. However, Flowers said it was his understanding that Mrs. Kelly has not applied to renew her operating license for the home. Fitsinnicely'anywhere Think of a more for your money home loan to build, buy or improve a home. 1 he mortgage-making experts at our savings and loan tit the loan to the leaner no mailer w h a t your taste in a home might be. 2x8!= 16!j inches More for "-- Your Money EQUALHOUSTM LENDER E M P I R E F E D E R A L OF CHARLESTON Ground Floor, Motonie Blrfg. 820 Virginia Si. F. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PHONE J43-O 173 I hour free pricing directly across tht street MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE PART-TIME STUDY PROGRAM 1972-73 FALL SEMESTER EVENING CLASSES ART 101, Creative Expression in Fine Arts 2 hrs. Carney 210, Art for Early Childhood Education 2hri. Coffman 221, Art Appreciation 2 hrs. Hua'kins 451, Water Color ;..: 2hrs. Keeling BIOLOGY 224, General Zoology (Lecture and Labortory both evenings) 4 hre. Crockett 341, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Lecture and Labortory both evenings) 4 hrs. Brandon 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-8:40 W 7-9:45 M 317 317 218 321 7-9:45 MW 314 and 325 BUSINESS ADMINISTIATIOM 151, Introduction to Business 3 hrs. Logan 201, Principles of Accounting , 3 hrs. DeFurio 201, Principles of Accounting 3 hrs. DeFurio 221, Office Machines 2 hrs. Koonti 225, Quantitative Analysis of Business 3 hn. Mehra 241, Business Writing 3hrs. Koontz 300. Intermediate Accounting 3 hrs. Coon 312, Business Finance 3 hrs. Ar-.steod 320, Personnel Management 3 hrs. Stephen 321, Principles of Marketing 3 hrs. Tinsley 330, Principles of Data Processing 3 hrs. Copenhaver 340, Purchasing 3 hrs. Pruett 342,Retailing '... 3hrs. Steele 401,Advertising Shrs. Dodrill 412, Advance Accounting 3hri. Breese 421, Public Administration 3 hrs. Harris 423, Federal Taxes 3 hrs. Breese 431 .Business Law ,, 3 hn. Mclaughlin 435. Real Estate 3hrs. Eitill CHEMISTRY 101, General Chemistry 4 hrs. Entley 1011, General Chemistry Laboratory '. _ Spencer 202, Quantitative Analysis 2 hrs. Spencer 202L, Quantitative Analysis Laboratory 2 hrs. Spencer 301, Organic Chemistry 3 hrs. D'Silvo 30 H, Organic Chemistry Laboratory · 1 hr. D'Silvo 401, Physical Chemistry 3 hrs. Spencer 401 L, Physical Chemistry Laboratory 1 hr. Spencer COMMUNICATION SKILLS 101, Communication Skills 3 hrs. Brehm ECONOMICS 201, Principles of Economics 3 hrs. Mehra 305, Economic Geography 3 hrs. Liable 308, Statistics 3 hrs. Tabbara 311, Labor Economics and Problems '3 hrs. Pries EDUCATION *201, Introduction to Education 2 hrs. T. Morris *303, Educational Psychology 3 hrs. Cole 321. Principles and Practices in Elementary Schools 3 hrs. Staff * * 324 Teachir.g language Arh in Elementary Schools , 3 hrs. Marple *331, Principles and Practices in Secondary Schools Shrs. Plymale 446, Educational Sociology 3 hrs. Rowlings ENCLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. Carp 101, English Grammar and Composition Shrs. Wilkerson 102, English Grammar and Composition , 3 hrs. Morpl* 241, Business Writing ·. 3 hrs. Koontz 260, Newspaper Reporting, Editing, and Make Up 3 hrs. Penix 269, A Survey of World Literature , 3 hrs. Wilson 270, A Survey of English Literature Shrs. Williams 271, A Survey of American Literature 3 hrs. Mclaughlin 300, Children's Literature 3 hrs. Campbell 332, The Short Story 3hrs. Terry 371, Nineteenth Century American Literature) Shrs. Sawyer 401, History of the English Language Shrs. Williams **560, Communication Media 3 hrs. Plumley GEOGRAPHY 201, Weather and Climate 3 hrs. Howatt 303, World Geography , 3 hrs.' P. Smith 305, Economic Geography 3 hrs. tieble 322, Maps and Mapping 3 hrs. S. Ewing 402, Geography of Asia Shrs. Brawley HISTORY 251, American History, 1492-1865 3 hrs. Harper 361,Historyof England to 1688 Shrs. Gray 375 History of Africa '. 3 hrs. Sevy 384, Emergence of Modem America Shrs. Barkey MATHEMATICS 101, College Algebra 4hrs. Childrtss 102, Trigonometry Shrs. Husson 121, Mechanical Drawing 3 hrs. Wynne 122, Descriptive Geometry 3 hrs. Wynne 221,Empirical Design Shrs. Wynne 222, Empirical Design 3 hrs. Wynne 223, Elements of Structural Engineering 3 hrs. Wray 308, Statistics 3 hrs. Tobbara 321, Calculus 4 hrs. Blackwood 401, Differential Equations Shrs. Stallard 500, Computer Science 3 hrs. Copenhaver MUSIC 111, Music Skills for Classroom Teacher! 3 hrs. Ewing Ilia. 21 la, 31 la, 41 la String Ensemble 1 hrs. Lambros 211, Music Materials and Procedures Shrs. Garten 212, Music Appreciation 2hrs. McMilltn 332, Music of the Romantic Era 2 hrs. Wolf NATURAL SCIENCE 101, General Biological Science 3 hrs. C. Meadors 101 L. General Biological Science laboratory 1 hr. Form I OH, General Bio/ogico( Science laboratory 1 hr. farm 201, General Physical Science' 3 hrs. Blackwell PHILOSOPHY 201, Introduction to Philosophy 3 hrs. KirMand 401, Ethics in Philosophical Perspective 3 hrs. Volkman PHYSICAL EDUCATION 101W, General Physical Education 1 hr. Neal 101W, General Physical Education 1 hr. Sangid 101W, General Physical Education 1 hr. Thomas 101M, General Physical Education 1 hi. Bradford 101M, General Physical Education 1 hr. Russell IP!.*.* General Physical Education 1 hr. Nozica PHYSICS 201, Introductory Physics 3 hrs. Baldwin 2011, Introductory Physics Laboratory 1 hr. Harrington 401, Electricity and Magnetism 3 hrs. Harrington 401 L, Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory 1 hr Harrington POLITICAL SCIENCE 312, American Political Parties 3 hrs. Nelson 421, Public Administration 3 hrs. Harris PSYCHOLOGY 201, Introduction to Psychology 3 h.-s. Thornbury 301, Industrial and Personnel Psychology 3 hrs. S. Harris 342. Social Psychology 3 hrs. Goodwin "401, Introduction to Clinical Psychology 3 hrs. Kerns "451, Experimento! Psychology 3 hrs. Hochhouscr 7-9:45 n 7-9:45 F 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 M 7-9,45 T» AA30TT 7-9,45 n 7-8:40 M and 6-6:50 W 7-9:45 W 7-8:40 W and 6-6:50 M 7-9:43 M 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 TU 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 W 7-8:40 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 To 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 F 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 W 7-9.45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9=45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-8:40MW 7-9:45 F 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9:45 MW 7-9.-4S MW 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 M 7-8:40 TT 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 M 7-9:30 Th 7-9:45 W 7-8:40 Tu 7-8:40 M 7-9:45 W 7-8:50 Tu 7-8:50 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 M 6:20-8 M 6;20-8 M 6:20-8 W 6:20-8 M 6:20-8 W 6:20-8 W 7-9 : 45 Tu 7-9=45 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 Th 7-9:45 Tu 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 Tu 314 and 325 129 125 125 126 216 126 125 303 303 305 305 304 304 322 125 306 321 223 319 134 135 102 124 134 124 134 224 401 306 129 307 307 404 404 216 404 402 404 305 402 303 126 401 304 403 102 103 319 223 306 401 129 129 129 130 129 102 306 403 402 316 316 130 130 130 130 130 307 216 316 223 104 115 104 115 115 323 318 318 134 218 216 RELIGION 201, Introduction to the Jewish Scriptures Shrs. 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Browlty 7-9,45 Tu 218 111, The Public Speech 3 hrs. Barton 7-9:45W 322 111, The Public Speech 3 hrs. Oblinger 7-9:45Th 322 301, Interpretation of the Printed Page 3hrs. Slattery 7-9:45Th 104 303, Storytelling and Dramatization 2 hn. Ball 7-8:40 Tu 322 321-Speech Correction 3 hrs. Serber 7-9s45Tu 319 Saturday Classes ART 101, Creative Expression in Fine Arts 2hri. Carney 1-3:55 317 221, Art Appreciation 2 hrs. Carney 10-11t50 319 IUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 330, Principles of Data Processing 3 hn. Copenhaver 1-3(55 125 431, Business Law Shrs. Woolen 9-11:55 306 ENGLISH 101, English Grammar and Composition 3 hrs. Wilkerson 9-11,55 305 271, A Survey of American literature 3 hrs. Sawyer 1-3:55 223' 422, Sixteenth Century English Literature 3 hrs. Terry 9-11:55 '223 HISTORY 251, American History, 1492-1865 Shrs. Dean 9-11:55 403 383, The Notion in Crisis 3 hrs. Roth 9-11:55 303 385, Contemporary America 3 hrs. Dean 1-3:55 303 MATHEMATICS 271, Introduction to Modern Mathematics Shrs. Ferguson 9-11:55 316 NATURAL SCIENCE 201, General Physical Science 3hn. Entley 9-11:55 134 RELIGION 401, Religions of the World 3 hrs. M. Dougherty 9-11:55 102 SOCIAL SCIENCE 201, Fundamental Social Problems 3 hrs. Cline 1-3:55 120 SOCIOLOGY 322, Marriage and Family Relationships 3 hrs. H. Morris 1-3:55 134 411, Rural Sociology Shrs. H.Morris 9-11:55 120 SPEECH 111, The Public Speech 3 hn. Light 9-11=55 314 331, Radio and Television Techniques Shrs. Brawley 9-11:55 322 FALL SEMESTER TELEVISION CLASS Sociology 300, Principles of Sociology, 3 semester hours. Light, telecast 6:30-7:00 a.m., Saturday--WCHS-TV, Channel 8. FALL SEMESTER RADIO CLASS History 201, History, Geography, and Government of West Virginia, 3 semester hours, Browley, broadcast 8:30-9:00 p.m., Sunday--WCHS Radio. Registration Thursday, Aug. 24,5:30-8:30 p.m., for evening students. Friday, Aug. 25,9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturday, Aug. 26,9 a.m.-noon. Classes begin Monday, Aug. 28. Trial schedules should be approved beforehand by the faculty adviser of tht assistant academic dean in charge of evening classes. Students enrolling are required to have their Social Security Number available of registration time. New students must contact the Admission Office by Wednesday, Aug. 23. For additional information, contact: Luther Koontz Assistant Academic Dean in Charge of Evcnin 9 Classes Morris Harvey College Charleston, West Virfinia 25304 Telephont-346-9471, oxt. 221 between 6-10 p.m. 7-9:45 M 7-9:45 W 7-9:45 Tu All Gyms All Gyms All Gyms All Gyms All Gyms All Gyms 104 224 103 224 307 306 316 103 103 121 171-122

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