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April 2, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

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V r '.?'.. '.V...- '.,-:.,' '. . " ' ..-'. ,L'- '.-'''. .'". v 1 ' ' .v.''. ' ''- ' """" . . :'-' ' , ' " ,, .. . . ' THURSDAY, APRIL 1964 , " : l ,- - ' '" ' ' " : THL'-OITAWA- JOUKXL . . r ' '-::. . V-'" : 7 ' - , if" . ,. y Journal Cross-Word Puzzle ; - - 7". jii'::: . :I:'A ACRO.si I Bltlc port , S Prt of N.B, 9 Aloogtrde o(. 13 Mrch time.". , 14 AlferUn. eport. 15 Bearer: Suffix. , . 16 Delicate , 'H mechanitra. Ill Hrlndil 19 Capiul-.el Montana.. Dawdler. VL KnoL ' . 2t 5e birdi." T 25 Slow. : 28 Footlever. 32 Modrm: 2 ord. 44 Confederate 15 Hollywood firat ' name. , J- 16 Alaljam " cityTr"" S9 Short for iuF . name. jW Bucolic. . I 4J Former ring ,' champion. .-' 46 Drift intlre. 49 Flophouao dutrict: 2 wnrda. 4 50 Joint - 'LL. Paaa Pan : Patt Opening lead: Queen of 4V Today's hand produced a sizable awing -when it..-was ' dealt in recent teanvof-four match. Both declarers played a four heart contract and were the victims of an unfavorable trump split. One player was . more., adept than the other in . anticipating adversity,' " how. i ever, and therein lies our tale. The biddirlg was identical at both tables, and in each in-- stance the opening lead was the queen of clubs. One declarer won the trick with North's king of clubs and observed that, with the probable three-two division of hearts, he : ' . should have no trouble in confining his losses to at most-two hearts arid one spade. -He promptly returned a club to his ace and ruffed the next - round in dummy rThe ace and M Cirl 'in totig. .5i. Barked. 56 Mdha. - . V ,; " 60 Another name. !1 Prairie. M Pied 64 Wild cat of Soutji America, 65 Meur. . -' 66 U orkedZjn tb ' tardea, ia delicafie. . 68 Letter. , 1 Vealthjr. 2 Not in aae, ' A Geology: Abbr. - 4 Kuea. . . 5 Cnmntly, $i $panih gold. ', rt BluejackeU. :. 8fira'celet of a '. ort . 9 Cutting ,'; implement. . 10 Aniiwpiie rotn- pound r Trex. 11 Joumrf. ' 12 In -thi eato. IS Indian. i7WWiip. -!T Johir Boyd I F'n p'p'f r ii n P?1 tcrlTtrtiti irrm OiBUsiHOJTJQ Tw?T?TpiSTlH jEjOpT Rjo T0P It P mi ii ii irifng IMIiM, T MMm IMkWMI - BABY STROLLERS 13.88 Bujr Now! "Charge lit" I ADAMS FURUITURE 142 BANK ST. Free Parking Back of Store tardea. 37 Mummrr'a , " I . v 1 I . - Union. ; -, , ' -VTS' f' .S. .t " -. V . vV " ' I ' ' ' ' ' I ,iZ Woollr. 4-1 Summooau .45 PleaaUf ami aimple, 7Twa. 48 Poet who lad a "rendesvoun witk doatk," v . 52 Tub. :.' M Kitchen' aupla. . ,M Chicken , SS Tre: Prefix. !7 Narrow track. " 58 Early mon - - name. ' 59 AngloSaxa) : letter. V . ' 62 Take place. 12 3y "11 ' V l"9 I 0 U j 12 16. rr js - . " . rf " ""; IT" " 23 """" "? T" T" 4 - " 1 - 1 ' ' :5 26 27 " 2fl- 29 1 30 SI . ' I ' ) " f..,.4 . , , ' J 32 " 'f' ,, , 33 I"" 34 t "fr "t r'"i 9"r , ' r' ' 1 46 ' ,r . 47 48 45 " " : " " , " ; tj" " " 52 153 M 55 H 58 M ir """er""!; 63 ' eT"" - -ir . . vr ' ' . j Solution of this puzzle will be pubHshed tomorrow.. G O RE N ON BRIDGE BY CIWRLES GOREN ' ' . Both vulnerable. East deals. - NORTH 41142 '. "-. citi .": OAKQS ;. , KI -. HEST EAST A K It 7 S 2 4QJ-Vt ? KQJ4 O J2 , 0 141 4 3 AQJ1441 I34 SOUTH " ' -"' AAI ',"7A7S2 '" . AT2 -The bidding: East Sooth rata 1 2 y? V Wet Pau -Past Pail i- North 2 0 4V- another heart revealed the bad ' news in trumps, and East rat- tied off three straight heart tricks. The ' queen of spades was returned and South put up the' ace. His' only remaining hope was that diamonds would break evenly so that he could obtain . a spade discard on North's long diamond. When-this failed to come off, he conceded defeat. At the other table, the player 'e in the South seat also took the first trick with dummy's king of clubs. It was likewi.se . his intention to ruff a club and then attempt to split out the trumps. However, as a matter of technique and at no additional cost to himself he decided first to lead the nine of ; hearts from, dummy, in the manner of one who was making a play in trumps. East hastened to split his heart hon-" ttni hv nuttinff in th -iurk of " J I c . r - - , neBrWi-na-oecjarcr-covered with the ace as West's ten feU. South now played the ace and another club ruffing in dummy. Trump was led and East was unable to take more than two heart tricks. His four of hearts eventually succumbed to declarer's holding in the suit. South cheerfully conceded a spade to fulfill his contract. Whether or not East is to be severely condemned for his heart play is, perhaps, a moot question, . but South certainly showed greater ., resourcefcil-ness than his counterpart at the other table in launching the campaign which induced his opponent to commit the fatal slipT " Named Plant Products Director By The Canadian Press . 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