Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1974 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
Page 12
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12—Ukiah Daily Jpumal, Ukiah Calif. Thursday, June 27, 1974 FUNNY BUSINESS Sheinwold on bridge Consider odds when you double By Roger Bo/Zen When you double the opponents at a part-score contract you may be offering very' liigh odds that you will beat them. It's all right to do so if yoii Igiow what you're doing and are willing to take the-risk. West dealer East-West vulnerable NORTH • 4 ^ • ^ 9 8 74 • . O AKQ2 . • KJ62 WEST EAST ^ 4 K J 8 4|k 965 C? A J 10 65 ^KQ2 0 8 7 O J 9 6 5 • A74 • Q53 SOUTH 4 AQ 107 3 2 •^3 , O 10 4 3 • 109? • West North East South 1 <0 2 0 2 ^. 2 • 3 Pass Pass 3 4k . Double All Pass Opening leadA- West's double wttfked out well. West got two trump tricks and his two aces. His partner showed up with a club trick. But West had taken a rather big risk for practically no gain. Forget about the actual North-South hands and consider 'whatihey might well have been. South might be void of hearts. Dumniy {night show up with the Q-x in spades, thus Hmiting West to one trump trick. South might have four diamonds and only two clubs, irt which case he (might limit the club loss to one trick. The Figures If South makes three hearts undoubled, he scores 90 points bel6w the line. In addition, his part score is worth perhaps 50 to". 100 points. (Nobody knows the true value of a part score.) His - total score is approximately 160 points. If South makes three hearts doubled, he scores 180 points below the Hne.and 50 points above the line. In, addition, his game is worth about 300 points^ His total score is roughly 530 points; Ih'other words,'the'double ^ves South a chance to score about' 370 additional points. Since West can hardly expect to beat the contract mdre than one- trick, his double stands to gairtt, only 50 points. When you risk 370 PQints for the chance to pick up 50 points, you are offering odds of more than 7 to 1. Think about this the next time you double the opponents at a part score> Daily Question Dealer, at your right, opens with one spade. You hold: Spades 4, Hearts 9 8 7 4, Diamonds A K Q 2, Clubs K J 6 2. What do you say? ANSWER: Double. This "takeout double" asks partner to bid his longest suit. Television highlighfs By United Press Internationa) "The Friday Movies," CBS. , "Alfred • tlie Great"- starrfisg, Michael York and David Herhmings. 9 p.m. EDT. I WOKE OP THIS MORNIM0 WM A SOKE THROAT, A STOMACH ACHE AVID T^IECHIUL5/ PEANUTS LOOK, CHARLIE ^ APPLICATION NOT TO 60 TO CAMP nJA5A'CCEPT£Pjy 60f,[OHAT A RELIEF! NO ^UlAMEltCAMP! "W6 HAVE ESCAPED AS A 6lRP FRM THE emu OF THE FOUL£f?$; THE 5NAI?e 1$ 8R0k£N ,ANP U )6 HAVE E5CAP£P ;".....1 <:iNePAVlO, P5ALM ONE HUNPREP TUENTl'-FOUK I NEVER I?£ALIZ£P THAT K1N6 DAViD lOORRlEP ABOUT SOINS TO CAMP... , BLONDIE OUT OUR WAY by Neg Cochran VOUVE RESTORECOUR FAITH IK] YOU, OU BUPIPY.' WE'VE DISCOV/EREP VOU'RE REALLY V ONE OF US, AFTER ALL.' OKJE _ YOU?, WHAT DO you MEAM -7 AT THE EMP OF THAT ROW OF BIOGRAPHIES, BEFEREWCE BOOViSTEXT BOCXS', AMP A PICTIOKJARv; LO AMD BEHOLD-A COhAXC &oo)^irl ' THE COMMON DEMOMIMATOR HOW'S YOUR \ TERRIBLE-I LOSE TWO POUNDS —•^ '-'-^"'oNE WEEK AND 6AIM IT BACK THE NEXT WHAT DO YOU THNK I SHOULD CX?, 'j-^i BLONDIE X J b-Z-7, BEETLE BAILEY They'll Do It Every Time "The Late Movie," CBS. "The Curse of Frankenstein" 'with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Wide World of Entertainment," ABC. Peter Marshall- hosts "Fantasies Fulfilled," a program on which various celebrities see their fantasies realized. SPINY FENCES Houses on the Dutch island of Aruba are often enclosed by "living fences"'made of cactus. The needles of the cactus also serve as a clothesline for the family wash. SOCIAL NOTES IN THE SUBURBIA '>^6A2iNElf'\jEVERy ^ T/aX)N UNTIL THE HONeY-., SAVS- ^'MR. DRIPP, THE GflOOM-TO-B£, IS AN EXECUTIVE WITH S/PHONOIL CORP.!" F ITfe SKWAPIM66 V CHARGE r ckiAAACAAFwr.. iT H OF THE'^NO (3A6" SIGNS AT THE ^yPHOM STATION! 'POES IT MENTION HIS NICE PlCTUI^e OF (5EOK(5E, WA6MIN&TON ' 5IK - iBSr, IT INSPIRES ME TMlNt^, ''WOULD -WA^HINSTON PO TMI6? WOULD HE ..pO TMAT?"ITRy •TO LIVE A$ I4E PIP ^ &OOP IDEA, -61 (2. J BUGS BUNNY by Heimdohl & Stoffel I'M JUST LEARNING AND I'M AFRAID .I'LL BUMP INTO THE . OTHER. DANCERS.' ALLEY OOP by Dave Graue DAILY TELEVISION PROGRAM LOG KTUV—J K«ON-TV- KPIX-rV—5 KOO-TV—r KQEO—9 KXTV—10 KNTV—11 KHSL—12 KBHK- THURSDAY EVENING , 6:00 P.M. 2—Star Trek 4-5-7-12—News , 9T-Open Studio Television 36—Movie—Lives of a Bengal Lancer 40r—Movie-^Thunder Pass 44—Gomer Pyle, USMC 6:30P.M. 4-5-12—News , 9—ZOOM 44—Beverly Hiilblllles /iOO-P.M. 2—Dragnet 4—Truth or Consequences 5-7—News . . 9—Newsroom 12—Big Valley 44—Hbgan's Heroes 7T2S P.M. 40—Baseball Pre-Game Show 7:30 P.M. 2—Baseball 4—New Dating Game 5—Nevy Treasure Hunt 7—Hollywood Squares , 40—Baseball 44—Hogan's Heroes, 8:00 P.M. 4—Flip Wilson . , 5-12—The Waltons 7—Chopper One .9—Call in , 36t-Movie—Bachelor's DaiJgliters 44—Beat the Clock 8:15 P.M. 9—Lilias in San Francisco 8:30 P.M. 7^Firehouse 44—What's My Line? 8:45 P.M. 9—Call in 9:00 P.M. 4—Ironside 5-12—Movtie—Villain 7—Kung Fu 9—Mahler's First Symphony 44—AAovie—Three Sailors and a Girl 9:55 P.M. 36—News 10:00 P.M. 2—News 4—Comedyworld 7—Streets of San Francisco 9—Gall in 36—Merv Griffin 40—To Be Announced 10:15 P.M. 9—Stage in the Street 10:30 P.M. 40—Felony Squad 10:45 P.M. 9—Call in > 1]:00 P.M. 2—Untouchables 4-5-7-12—News 9—Newsroom '40—Outdoor Scene 44-rNlght Gallery a 11:30P.M. 4—Johnny Carson 5-12-40 —Movie-^d Man Out 7—Dick Cavett 36-rAftovle—International Settlement 44-^Movie—Tank Force I i 12:00 A.M. 2—News 1 :00 A.M. , 4—Tomorrow 7—News 3«-»-AAovie—Love Letters 1:30 A.M. . 40—AAovIe—Iceland V \ 1:3 (»A.M. 5*-Ta)lcN[t Over with Dr. Smith ^ A _2:«0A.W. 4—News 2:45 A.M. 36—MOV ie-T Behind the Mask 3:30A.M. 40—Movie—Paths of Glory 4:15 A.M. 36—Movie—International Settlement FRIDAY June28, t974 MORNING 6:00 A.M. 5 —Summer Semester 12—This is the Life 6:10 A.M. 4—News 6:15A.M. 4—TV College 6:20 A.M. 7—News 6:30 P.M. 5—Making of a Protestant 7—College by Television 12—Summer Semester 40—Underdog 7:00 A.M. . 4—Today 2—Jack LaLanne'.. 5-12-^News • 7—A.M. 9—Mister Rogers 40—Banana Splits 7:30A.M. ' 2—News 9^Sesame Street 40—Three Stooges 7:45 A.M. 2—Religion Today 8:00 A.M. 2—Cartoon Town 5-12—Captain Kangaroo 40—Speed Racer. 8:30 A.M. 2—Romper Room 7—Movie—Song of Love, conclusion 9—Lilias, Yoga and You 40—Yogi Bear 9:00 A.M. 2-12—Joker's Wild 4—Dinah Shore ^Talk it Over with Dr. Smith 9—Sesame Street 40—New Zoo Revue 9:30 A.M. 2—AAayberry R.F.D. 4—Jeopardy! 5-12—Gambit 40—Jack LaLanne 10:0«rA.M. 2—Atovie—Fast and Sexy 4—mtard of Odds 5-12—Now You See It 9^ZOOM 40—Movie—Odds Against Tomorrow 10:30 A.M. 4-^Hollywood Squares 5-12—Love of Life 7—Brady Bunch 10:50 A.M. 36—The Community Speaks 10 :55 A.M. 5^12-rNews r 11:00 A.M. 4—Jackpot I 5-12-^Young and the Restless 7—Girl in My Life , 36—Public Affairs 44—Not for Women Only 11 :30A .M. 4—Celebrity Sweepstakes 5 -12— Search for Tomorrow 7—$10,000 Pyramid 1^ 36—Yoga for Health 44-rNew Zoo Revue 11:55 A.M.. 4—News AFTERNOON 12:00 NOON 2-T-Big Valley 4-5-12—News 7—Password 9—Lilias, Yoda and You 36—Movie—Sands of Beersheba 40 —Galloping Gourmet ^ 44—Tennessee Tuxedo 12:30 P.M- 4—Days of Our Lives 5-12—As the World Turns 7—Spilt Second ^Day at Night 40—Not for Women Only 44—Underdog ' 1:00 P.M.' 2—AAovie—White Feather 4—Doctors , 5-12—Guiding Light 7—All My Children 40—Movie—The Good Die Young 44^LTve from the City .1:30 P.M. 4—Another World 5-12—Edge of Night 7—Let's AAake a Deal 2:00 P.M. 4—How To Survive a AAarriage 5-12—Price is Right 7—Newlywed Game 36—Mike Douglas 2:30 P.M. 4—Somerset 5—AAatch Game ,. 7—One Life to Live 12—$10,000 Pyramid 44—Mister Ed 2:55 P.M. 2—News 3:00 P.M. 2—I Love Lucy 4—Three on a AAatch 5—Mike Douglas 7—General Hospital 12—Tattletales 40—Cap'n Mitch-Bugs Bunny 44-Kimba 3:30 P.M. 2—Gilligan's Island 4—Dick Van Dyke 7—Movie—Work- is a Four Utter Word 12—Let's AAakiB a Deal ' 40—Flintstones 44—Banana Splits 3:55 P.M. 36—News 4:00P.M. 2—Batman 4—AAerV Griffin 5—Perry AAason »—Sesame Street 12—Perry AAason 36—AAovie—Imperfect Lady 40-Ultra AAan 44—Flintstones 4:30 P.M. 2:—I Dream of Jeannle 40—Superman 44—Popeye 5:00 P.M. 2—Bonanza 5-7—News 9—Mister Rogers 12-r-AAatch Game 40—Green Acres 44—Addams Family 5:30 P.M^J 4—News Sr—Baseball >—Electric Company 12—News 4<H-BasebalL 44-Munsters 5:5SP,M. 36—News FRIDAY EVENING 6 :00 P.M. 2—Star Trek 4-7-19—News 9—Cben Studio Television.,'' p6—Movie—This Land Is Mine 44—Gomer Pyle, USMC 6:30 P.M. 4-12—News, 9—ZOOM ' 44—Beverly Hillbillies 7:00 P.M. 2--Mission: Impossible 4^Truth or Consequences 7--News 2—Newsrqom 12^Lawrence Welk" ' 44—Hogan's Heroes 7:30 P.M. 4-rHistory of the Chinese in America, , 7—Ozzie's Girls 44—Hogan's Herpes 7:50 P.M. 5—News 8:00 P.M. 2—Movie—Man's- Favorite Sport? 4—Sanford and Son 5-12—Dirty Sally , 9—Washington Review 7—rBrady Bunch 36—Movie—Star Spangled Rhythm T 40—Aftovier-:Kthg of the Khyber Rifles 44—Beat the Clock 8:30 P.M. 4-Brian Keith 5-12—Good Times 7—Six Million Dollar AAan ^Wall Street Week 44—What's My Line? 9:00 P.M. 4—Triple Play 5-12—AAovie—Alfred the^Great GADFRY/ WHAT AM I POING ^TKAPPEf -TD THIS THING? . ^^,„AND WILL BE IT IS CALLEDASENT ALOFT SO THAT YOU CAN / OBSERVE OUR ^NEMV AND KEROKT HIS- STRENGTH TO , THE GENERAL.' „.AT LEAST THAT IS , HIS HOPE/ HOPE?/) CAMPUS CLATTER with BIMO BURNS . by Lorry L^wis WHEN you SAID THE COMPUTER J WAS ALMOST HUMAN, I HAD , NO IDEA IT WAS THAT EXCUSE ME, ciNDw, BUT THAT REFERS TO THE OPERATOR... .NOT THE COMPUTER i DATA CENTER OUT FRANK AW) ERNEST by. Bob Thaves rElEPROMPfER CHANNEL 13 Weekly Schedule Monday thru Friday 3:00 LOCAL NEWS Weather 3:30 MON. WED. FRI. ^ Dining with Donna Tue. Thurs. For Art's Sake 4:00 MON. TUE. Superstar Theater Wed. The Underworld Thurs. Fri. Country Music , 5:00 MON. FRI. • Crafts & Creation With Genie Tues. Thurs. P.J. Sports Wed. Local Interview 5:15 BINGO 6:00 LOCAL NEWS Weather 6:30 Mon.-Famlly Shows to Tue.-lhtrigue 8:30 Wed.-Underworld Thurs.-Gunslingers FrI. - The Champions S:00 istl and 3rd^ Weds. City Council 9:00 A.M. SUN. Herald of Truth, Chrlstoph^er Closeup ' X HAVEN'T BEEN MU^frED OMce 5INCE X BOMHT IT. TM Reg US. Pat oti '.•^::yy;:^<yy^:'-r•{:':• b-37. THE BORN LOSER by Art Sonsom Noo-woo. Lo/eg; BORROW TOR A ® 1974 bv NM. Inc . ' MHt». U S Pll OH. Co-^Z^ SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill THE AMERICAN SECReTAR^' OF STATE HAS DONE WONDERS. HE ENDED THJE WAR IN VIETNAM, REDUCED TENSIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST... IP HE CAN PREVENT FIGHTING ON THAT FRONT HE SHOULD' IWtN THE LENIN PEACE PRIZE. .A.

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