Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 29, 1959 · 15
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to,'wam. lioIPPP.L.P.'10",v; - Bridge Lesson A Defense To Avoid A Squeeze By B. JAY BECKER South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH J 8 2 J 9 A 10 9 8 ta Q 9 7 4 WEST EAST IC Q 10 4 3 A A 9 7 6 IF 74 V 6 3 62 K 7 4 3 sta J 10 6 2 4 8 5 SOUTH AS AlQ10852 Q 5 al A K 3 The bidding: South West North East 2 V Pass 3 Pass 3 V Pass 4 V Pass 4 NT Pass 5 Pass 6 V Open leadking of spades. The squeeze and the defense against a squeeze are both fascinating subjects. Exemine this hand where South is playing six hearts. West leads the king of spades and continues with the four, declarer raring the ace. Declaret sees he has all the remaining tricks except one, the - classic situation to alert him to the possibility of a successfull squeeze. AFTER DRAWING t w o trumps, a low diamond is led to the ace. This act of deliberately- establishing the king as a high card is called a Vienna Coup. The purpose of the play is to avoid a situation where dummy may later be squeezed instead of a defender. South now leads a club to the ace and cashes three trumps to bring about this position: North A 1 sib Q 9 7 West Ea t Q A K J .1 10 6 4 8 South, 5 A Q 4 K 3 South plays his last trump and West Is squeezed. If West discards a spade, dummy discards a club; If West discards a club, dumy discards a spade. Either way, West is dead. THE SQUEEZE would also operate If East held four clubs and the king of diamonds orig. inally. The last trump play would put East out of bustnem From the beginning declarer pins his faith in the hope that the clubs are divided 3-3, and falling that, that the defender who has four or more clubs will also have to guard spades or diamonds. In the actual hand the contract can be defeated if East tops dummy's eight of spades play at trick two with the nine (by making use of the Rule of Eleven). By retaining the spade ace, East removes the burden of guarding spades from West. Since West will then have only clubs to guard, the squeeze will not operate and the slam will go down. icesint. mi. King Ppeturos !Ind. tr.) Oh Quiz Answers (Quiz on Preceding Page.) 1. To be Irritated. 2. Collapse. 3. Pastoral poem. 4. To he admitted to the practice of law. 5. An autograph signature. 6, Grief-stricken. 7. Jam made from peeded curranlit. 8, To catch him for a sweetheart. 9. Anything extremely dear. 10. The effort la not worth making. 11. Happy, delightful. 12. An unlucky possession. 13. To submit, after having refused to do so. 14. A small dog. 15. Let bygones he bygones. CRYPIOQUIP PLJDMS FILIDPWMTR FIWR UP PLP 1,011 HJTR SHIAVVRIN FOMV. ClueI equals 0 Yesterday's Co ptaquip: VE WANT SINCERE MEN TO AX INCOME TAX RISE. 'toys Over 12 We are looking for wide. awake young men, twelve Yoartt of ago and over, for SunTelograph route work. You'll learn while you earn on' a SonTele route. Our terrier ealeamen NEP Amer!. ea's 3.oting businessmen, buy. ling, selling and dealing with the public every day. And on a Sun-Telegraph moo you ran win prizea and trips. Vith your parent's per toinelon, call our Home D. livery Department it (Rant 14;500. Ono of our dktriet ropromentatives will end at your home with all detells. Thsa SnoTelegroph Olammmma;;;;aU STEVE CANYON MUlt4 PONtlil WAVE A I15TOR4' PAP&E AWIER LEY1Doi ITT OLSON , a2), YES, SIR COL. CANYON VvOW ot.Pe, nos wils; Ny mgeFt voot) our; r.FteENTFem lanN 1441-- .4 VOL'It PtEsPOUS V)S1T5 4 C YOU DON'T 70 17YEZ Alt FOR3 OET A MONKFY w ramcm Ni- l, r, i:,:,,4 ,.,f..,,:;,,, . ......, fiARS,... S-1.4140 L'171AkI 1., WOW! VAA A LIMO ItocrY,I WAIN WOICKC, WiTi4 'MO" YOUR Y! tk, Elk JAI ASK ME ANY OLIFMCINS KV LIKE! ctuv 1 Y ".5';,t,A'uTA'v:Itr0714141. FUN k PAwLikla A Pnirr CRYIN 0 I liblesop4k 1 i BEETLE BAILEY IN RETURN FOR MY ONLY HAPPY MEMORiES, MR SAXON, WANT TO r elvE 70 THE TOWN - OF RIVERTON ONE mILLION .10 ...TO SE USED IH THE PEST WAY POSSIBLE, 0 Do THE MOST GOOP FOR ITS INHABITANTB. AN I WANT YOU TO HELP PETERMINE HOW IT SHALL. BE PONE. AN() TO ACNAINISTER THE PROJECT FOR PAE: SCAMP BIG BEN BOLT Mia.momolr ,1 MRS. FITZ'S FLATS THE PHANTOM HENRY VA. wag I'M ; 0 1a, NOBODY LIKES MY STYLE! -rHEy LAUGH AT ME eSCkuSE MY PiCTURES thAS DIFFERENT !'THEY LAUGH IX MY DINGY STUDiO! ) 1 Ii ORPHAN ANNIE LI It 10. An Ithwm BRINGING UP FATHER ( BE SURE 1.4 --4, 'To WEEP AN EYE ON ID!MP1.E,4 AND ILNIQUAT WNILE 1.11 Lir. , ThEy.RE pLAmia , I -ujitillvt14( 1-4t1 14!' 400 ,el ----'..1Ellni 0, Wo .14,1,4, 41'1 It I '& k'1111 In color YOU SHOULD NEVER POINT Ev Esi TOY &LING AT somEoNE4S FACE-OF COUw FE , I teow THEY'RE NOT LOADED SO mR. SAXON, IF YOUR EMPLOYER WILL 61vE YOU A PRIEF LEAN OF AOSENCE, THAT IS NOW YOU CAN EARN A FEE OF 11540001 -ANC, MY GRATiTUPEI Is COOP In Susday's Sunless Poph comics In color in Sunday's SunJelegraph comics sistV -77 - i Illoltiboad lit lig Pollwelndlois 41fit ,1 .W1 P7.51, 1,7:: 01,' Too,,, NO CHOOTIN TILL Wk 1 RAFTER! NO HOIGE I (WIT' LUCW,WEll CATCM MOST OF 'EM SN0021M L IN THEIR BUNKS! ?I : In color in Sunday's Sun-Telegraph comics In color In Sunday's Sun-Telegraph comics ROSE WART5 ME TO CALL HER RISK!' AWAY-THAT'S A 5002 SION HOPE A HOPE. ,es oN4 ROSE? PEOPOltq MEM4 OLINTIN 71 00M IVO UST YOU CALL ME eY ' 1 MY RIGHT NAME Ss,.. Now (YES-QUi4T)N-I FON0 OUT A LOT CP 04TERE5TiO PETAILC ABOUT YOLI . This ABOUT MYGiLF "IONOMMINfigao .7".114 C 01. IAN I,' 0)4f 8-29 14-e9 N LI LSI .EM LAIIGHt . I WON'T PkLWAYS LIVE IN THIS BEAT uPFLA:r! 9 'ti !ter? ' ,L r tit 1 ).k twe I ( I Illenut..411. WIR310111 SAYS IF i VOLI DON'T MY YOU 13NCK RENT BY LIESDPkYi OUT YOU Go!! 1172.4 In cotor 71, Sunday's Sun-Telegraph congas .,.) THERE! ALI GET! 10Clee FILED THROUOH ! NOW, WHEN IN' OLD FOOL COMES WIT' OUR DINNEr?, HE'LL FIG EIZ' TeHovE , , IT THROUSH TH' LITTLE SLIDIM' ' ''',' 4 WINDER, AS USUAL! THATVWHEN WE YANKS TWDOOR OPEN AND THROMEGNI ,. HAROlb GRAII 10.- in Sunday's Sun-Telegraph comics I CYCU JUST TWINIO THEY'RE NOIl ck ,q , fP .41 .t it ) L. vu WAIT, IM STILL d' L,f I - DPOP YOUP GUN, JUNGL E PATROL., BOSS CAN OR WE'LL SWOT OTTE n) OFT JJiANDLThI E LOUIECAN YOU j HEA4 ME. AT THE b PRISON 6HACke In color in Sunday's Sun-Telegraph comics lUsE TWO MI I4AMP4 141AP VOLII,y APE Ti ED UP IN TWI PE.60 ,ortvP r17,',a , IN AND .61-10CT wunum.dr ":4. 1r FC;OTI P In color in Sunday's Sun-Telegraph comIcs A Short GamePlayers Down Captured Liquor Chess Alen By T. M. CBERIN(;TON . I:. Forry Laucks. the I:ng. 1)isnev's True Life Adventures fish patron of chess, Invited . s , e On t:. 1 N W JI. ':'11 ,: 4,4,. his two famous guests, Dr. a II YJNNEIGHBOIRLY J ,11.1! WO r,,. Pmhni,em s .,.4 R,stL, laaar.11 Emanual Lasker, t he world 141 champion, and Grandmaster NEIGHBORS ... ir,r,,: - V 1: , --,, -15i, ---,-,,--16 Maroczy into a room where sow , 14 t , - - l' I the piec vv es ere set up ready .. -11:1 16.0 -, - , , , ( ,' k ) r1v I - , loLte Or :"; for play, . . ;: ' ".. .. . . - - ,,,....---or" ...lust,- ' ' --;1, 1 cieli'v, :' Th ow ey vvere of unusual de. 4'"-so.. oo.;:. ..... d., .4 '' ' ... 4. champion, and Grandmaster! Maroczy into a room where the pieces were $et up ready for play, They were of unusual design; the Pawns consisted ofi wineglasses filled with liquer and the pieces also were of crystal graded in size to proximate their powers and filled with libations of inereasing potency to the noble Queen which was represented by a magnum of vodka. Vital proviso WWI that upon making a capture, a player must drink the piece and the prize for the winner was $5000. HERE THE GENIUS of Dr. ',esker came to the fore. Laker, whose excess was chalmsmoking cigars and who was only a moderate drinker, foresaw an unequal battle. He realized he would never survive a game of attrition against the Hungarian nobleman, a seasoned bacchanal whose alcoholic appetizers would give Lasker delirium tremens. Nevertheless, Dr, Lasker won after forcing a brilliant Queen sacrifice on his unsuspecting opponent on the third move. MAIOCZY WAS FOIICED to capture the Queen and in process of liquidating his prize by transferring the magnum to his stomach, lost his consciousness, his game and $5000, for even a Grandmaster cannot play while comatose, - The game: Laker, playing White opened with 1. P-Q1 and Maroczy replied with the same move. White moved 24)-11.5 a n d Black responded with N-QBZI. Then the in spired sacrifice by Lasker 3QxKBP check. Maroczy is left without any choice but capture of the Queen. :Number 298 Composer 11. Eisele assigns duty of mate in three to White with Royal Battery, Bishop and Pawn. The Black King has two Pawns for defense. Solution to timber '295 is Quren to King four,' .1 Y01111 Daily Ioroscope By FRANCES DRAKE For Sunday, Aug. 30 March 21 to April 20 (Arles) It's a good day genera1ly1 and especially for personal interests. Extra care is stressed It handling machinery and dangerous tools and in travel, however. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) Fine vibrations sponsor use-I ful activitieswhether private or general in nature. Be careful if dealing with strangers, however. May 22 to June 21 ((emini) --It may not, be easy to put over big ideas now but everything wort hwhil e, if well-planned, should meet with' some success. NeNV undertakings have encouragement from stars. June 22 to July 23 ((sneer) 'A better day than you may think at first. Do not be eriti cal because othrts are, or beH cause you may be dissatisfied. Accept differences of opinion. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) If you have some special or I extra work or obligations, tend to them promptly, and without misgivings. Don't worry over outcome. Aug. 24 to Sept, 23 (Virgo)! Work and recreate alter. i natelY to keep health and ! !nerves in good order. But i don't make it too much play, !or vire versa. l Sept. 21 to Oct. 23 tf.ihral Trivate interests, matiers es. l sent ial to the public Welfare, istudy, research, personal relit. i lionslips highly favored. Oct. 21 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) Invigorating, benefic aspects Augur for a prosperous, pleas. ant and interesting day. 'Nov. 23 to Dee. 21 tSitgiti tariustThis Is no time Mr I contentedly sitting hack. Put your fine talents and capahill !ties to work and you should 'reap a harvest. Some fine co Ioperation, indicated. Pee. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capri. I corn) Your planetary influ Pnres caution against efirelesSresa Of life and limb, especial. Ty if doing hazardous tAsks. Jan. 21 to Feb. ID (Aquarius) Pep up, smile, he of good i cheer. Fine advantages and inew opportunitiea to use our !talents and natural assnts In i dicated, leh. 20 to March 21 (11'4'W Fresh advancement Indicst. I id for you, especially if you 'cooperate with othera. SATURDAY, AUG. 2 t, PM g)t,1 TH CiVEV.C.Y.0WET, tiMESVING Gve.OUNVe OTI THE SOOTLi TERNS, AN AVEA Two FEET 6OLIAllO COMMISES EACH PlIzt; ESTATE. 5HOLL.12 ONE 1-ANT2 OUTSIVE HIS c'siAIN, HE ATT,AC)Er,1 4 1.71;- T - -.-0.!5 .z-:, .,.. sA-2.;;;,,,., ilbooftw, ,, er 4 A YOUIs49 HERRING GULL WAND.Tr.g6 AWAY MC1'4 NS mcrn-csiz,H VALL rEcxzt, FirgzsLw, tor,,-- ,r5R1-4Ar'6 'rk1ALL111 154 . 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ANn DicRANDED His AveNty AFTER DEMANDIA16 AA0 RECEVN6 A BRBE OF 4500 ,i' tteRRIN6 ,cALIcar METAL JAA RbV6 4DOLIA10 Tr Pre. bk OFNILLE JOHNSON Ogden, Utah HOR IZONTAL 1Scorch surface of. 5--S shaped curve. French novelist. 12.--Military assistant. 11 Steep flax. 11 The !'Red." 15 --Disn-etion. 17Glacier Ice. 'IsGoddess of the moon. 19-1 lolds balanced. 21Affirmative vote. 22Small quarrel. 23Sperk. 25-- Bolling. 29 --American humorist. 30 - Ranks. .31Ocean. 32Returns an ans We r. 1.31--Caressive 1 touches. 35 Malt beverages. '36Cockney's tavern., Po the big crossykord puzzle StmTelegraph PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGRA' PH 15 , ..,. zt . s."..""44gfe'. lee.41171....... '11111.1114 thabributed be kulir Fawns broacata b.;:r SonTelegraph Crossword 37Madman. 16Mariner's direo. 10-Take into tion (abbr,). custody. 20-Cerea1 grasses. 43-Portent. 22-Germs. 4I-Furnish with a 23-B1emish. base. 24-Lyrie poem. 49- Deliver. 25-"Soft" job. 47-Female ruff. 29-She aided IS-Ardor. Columbus. 49--Food fish. 27 -Clear profit. 50-End1ess time. 2R-Aeriform 51-Hazard. matter. 30-Anglo.Inclian .ERTICAL weight. I- 1 leartgear. 33-Ached. 2-Employ. 34-Made low mur 3-Flatters Inuring sound. servilely. 36-Prefix: before. 4-American rock 37-Feat bog, bass. 3S'-Oriental nurse. 5-Sea eagle. 39-River In Russia. A.-Dry, as wine. 49-Gland: comb. 7-Certain horses. form, 8-Opposite of 41-European river basin, 9--Metalliterous 42-It flows into the rocks. North Sea. 10-Survive. 45-New: comb. 1I-They top kings. form. Anew Pr to pretifma puzzle on precrding pagn, ..... 1 Ile la 'e4,.wJ,ft,.:9a tin (abbr,). 20 Cereal grasses. 22Germs. a 23B1emish. 24Lyric poem. 23"Soft" job. 29She aided Columbus. 27 Clear profit. 28--Aeriform matter. 30Anglo.Inclian weIght. 33Ached. 34Made low mut'. Inuring sound. 36Preflx: before. k 37Beat bog, 3SOriental nurse. 39River In Russia. 49Gland: comb. 8. form, 41European river Widting Well In Sunday's SunIelegraph P 2 7 2 8 4 A A 2 8 5 4 A Y13,1,WDRIVOIOI I -01-4A 6-2r-1 rr4. g a ()SEC 011 S IIVIPIT YR 4 7 -2 5 4-1 S A ItU A -4 4 6 3T---r-4 r-4- r,N A A sr, rz ERT s In TCONNArOT Tr() ti !t 2 4- r NMI,(11T S 3 5 4 It E 0 NNRWY WEDS Here is a pleasant little game that will give you a message orry day. It is R numerical puizle designed to spel1 out 3our fortune. Count the letters in your first name. II the number of letters in 6 or more. subtract 4, If the num her is less then 6, Add 3. The result IN your key numher. Start at the tipper left hand corner of the rectangle and check mery rn s. of your key numbers, left to right. Then real the ITIPSSO ce the letters under checked figures gtve you. crlinitat, lose. Ulm 3. 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