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My East dealer. Norlfa-So*th vulnerable. North S6 H K Q 9 2 D K 6 5 4 2 Â« C 10 5 2 Your Bridgework fo Sponsor Class on Study Methods 4. i_Â«vk I'Qusy otva iiaf rx Â»; (tes. (Ke Mrs. Aus$* Mutter ana ftrs. RussaM OKe 2. JtAis. A T Waife and Mrv F . Ou*o usfc 3. Mrs. BJbi. feuwaer andMrv. DaÂ»id Utftil MOMOAY UtIOGETTE CLW* 1 Cox )fW* Â«nd Hdff i Wehcb 2 Mrs W J. JrYis.cruÂ»*ui and Scott West S J 10 8 3 H J 8 7 4 D8 C 9 6 4 3 F. E. Baker East S A 9 5 4 2 H 1 0 6 5 D Q 10 C Q J 7 Cov White 3 AVs H C. Rile/ ans Mrs. i_.T. Snider Jr 4 Mrs. Roy Monroe aarj James Morgan MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE I. D.L. OMi and Reuben Graham 2.-3. Dora Crubb and jade Wyatt 2.-3. Bob iingleion and Co/ White 4 rV.r and Mis Ken Coghili TUESDAY TUESDAY MMMT DUPLICATE 1. Mrs. Charles Lemoo aod Dora Gfutot) 2. Mrs J P Engte and Mrs. Austin Miller 3. Robert Bailey and Steve Ca vender West VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE 1. Mr. and Mrs Robert Bailer 2 Jade Wyatt and J-m Morrison 3. Austin Miller and John Clayton 4. Mrs. D.D. Smith and Mrs. J.A. Gatens 5. Mrs. David Thalheimer and Mrs. Austin Miller MOViOECAMC 1-2. Civis Shaiier aod Oefcbie Ahite 1.-2 Mrs. Russell Yea CteveandMrs. J.H. Hope JIM* 21 KVIA MASTERS PAIRS NORTH -SOUTH !. Jade Wyatl and 8. Gumowski 2.-3. Mrs. D.L. OWs and B.Y. Hill 2-3. Jackie Wilco* and Jim Morrison 4. Link Young and D.L. OWs NON MASTERS PAIRS EAST WEST 1. Bill Maier and L.E. Frazier 2. Mrs. Charles Lemon and Joe Ballew - Suoda/ tojw - 7 p.n - YlfliCA, PunUc Uk* Canoe Â«iOÂ»4DAY - arÂ«dÂ»Â«Â»e Club - 16:30 4 DO. - Home oi Mrs. Harry AeJiCi. Â»1 WiUkie Drive Public lov'ied Monday M-ybt Dualtcate. Hofne o; Mrs. Harry Welscfa. 7.30 p.m. TUESDAY - Tuesday Night Duplicate - 7.30 p.m. - YVIiCA - Public lovited WEDHESDAY - Easy Aces - 10 30 o m. Beai Kedem. Closed WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE Duplicate -- 7:30 p.m. Me* Dormitory. Public Inviied. THURSDAY - Two- Session S*iss Team Game. I p.m. Heart-O-Town. FRIDAY - K.V8A - 7.30pm. - Morns Harvey College Union. Closed. SATURDAY - Bid and Made - 7:30 p.m. -- Home oi Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Tbe Ctejriesu* YMCA sponsor a elass ua "How 10 Stadv ia College" 4Â«ly 8 through 11 at George to'asfa- iogtofiHi^i School. Howard Murdoek. associate professor of chemistry at Purdue University, will conduct the class from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The registration fee will be $25. Murdock is one of the planners of the class and has taught it to freshmen at Purdue. In addition, the course is taught at about 70 cities during the summer. This will be the llth year that the Charles- tttt YMCA teas sjwasioired tfce coarse. Aa exanxpteof tbe iaforsaa- uoa wttkfa Murdoch will give statteats will be how to take notes. He suggests drawing a line from top to bottom on regular size paper a third of the way from the left margin. The class notes should be written on the two-thirds of the page to the right of the line. Murdock advises, leaving the student the empty one third for his personal notes about the material. Keith Pel!, coordinator of the course, said as many as 200 students can be accepted io "Jae tiass. So fctr. fee saÂ«L iiW gradual leg fcgto seaJors tove. SWIMMING POOL e Honeewner Con Afford Mow end Above GrÂ«witd Model PooJs On Display Complete Line of Pool Chemkols and Accessories LACY'S Modern Swimming Pools 933 Ww4fciÂ«ttDf..Ifcat 744-27 H South S K Q 7 H A 3 D A J 9 7 3 C A K 8 The Bidding: East South West pass 2 nt pass pass 3 diamonds pass pass pass pass 9 decorating is our business! North 3 clubs 3nt There's an old saying in bridge -- "Aces were meant to take kings." Although this isn't always necessarily true, it worked out extremely well for White in today's deal. None of the North-South pairs reached six diamonds which makes against any d e f e n s e . Most played it in a not r u m p game m a k i n g s i x and at two ta- MRS. W1LCOX bles they bid and made a small slam in not r u m p . W h e n I p l a y e d it against White and Baker 1 made only eleven tricks for a next to bottom match point score! After using Stayman and receiving a negative response, my partner signed off a three notrump. Baker led the spade jack. White signaled encouragement with the five and I won the king. In addition I took five diamonds, three hearts and two clubs, making five. At every other table except one East took the ace of spades immediately and that was the end of the defense. T o n i g h t is the m o n t h l y game sponsored by Unit 227. Trophies will be awarded to the player or players with less than 50 master points who score the highest over-all.: In Â· addition there will be a drawing for a door prize and the. winner will rJeceive one free entry in thei October Unit ; Tournament. ^ , : LAST WEEK'S WINNERS ! 'Â·:Â· SUNDAY . . . . . . : i SUNDAY MIGHT DUPLICATE .,' NORTH-SOUTH ,y- } ,' i} -; :.-;Â· Â· K S)an Giye^and UarryiLogsdon i. Â· L Â·Â·- -i Dora GruWr.and J"ohn..Caylrin"'. Â· Â· Â· -3, b.L. Olds and Roberi Bailey ; :;. EA.ST;WEST . . Â· : Â· )Â·. Mrs. Ann PoMitt and Mrs. Larry .: -Logsdon : ' . . . ' Â· Â·: '; V 2. Mrs. John Bowes and Mrs.'j.P. ; .' Engle .,; ; . 3. Ed Maier and.Link.Young' k Civil Service y : - Â· * Rule Changes ^Hearing Set :Â·Â·' --.A'-"public hearing is sched- ':Â· tiled for 1 p.m. July 31 in the 'Â· conference area of the State '} Capitol 1900 Washington St. Â·Â· E, on proposed changes in two '?Â· areas of rules and regulations X of the civil service system. Â·' Changes contemplated in '!; policies would allow the veter- -Â· an who has been awarded a '-.. purple heart to be given a ten; point/ddition to passing '.Â· scores on exams and would al- Â·] low pregnant employes the' ':' use of accumulated sick leave .Â· for necessary time off work as Â·'. determined by a physician. Fireworks Display Scheduled July 4 For the fifth consecutive year. Charleston National Bank will sponsor a fireworks '. display the evening of July 4: Fireworks will be shot from Â· the top of the Charleston National Plaza .office tower. Â· Weather permitting, the show : will begin about 9:30 p.m. and '. last for 30 minutes. Crash Kills 29 MEXICO CITY - (AP - Â· At least 29 persons were killed and more than 40 injured Saturday when a crowded bus . slammed into the side of a hill 10 miles northwest of Mexico City, the Red Cross said. The cause of the crash was not immediately known. Sunday Guz THE UN-COLLECTION HERITAGE INSPIRES YOUR INDIVIDUALITY, YOUR FLAIR FOR THE DRAMATIC, YOUR LONGING FOR THE LOVELIER THINGS IN LIFE. When is a collection of furniture not a collection? When each design has an independence, a flair, and an individuality all its own. When it can stand alone or become part of a total look. Sketchbook by Heritage does this in as exquisitely a manner as any group ever has. 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