Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 16, 1978 · Page 8
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 8

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8—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Monday, January U, 1978 Daily Crossword ACROSS •1 Entertainment 4 Praises '9 Pelage 12 Same,(prefix) 13 Publish 14 Lyricist^ Gershwm 15 Swamp • 16 Roman . 17 Women's , patriotic society (abbr.) 18 Construct 20 French school 22 Informed 24 Communications agency' (qbbr) ,25 Vei-y thin 28 Din 32 Actress Lupino 33 Deer 35 I (Ger.) 36 Guinea pig 38 Those m office 39 Ten (prefix) 40 Total 42 Riven 44 Recline 45 Gone from home .46 Motion picture light 49Notat'all 53 Author Fleming 54 Prophet 58,Here (Fr.)' • 59 Cunning 60 Mdrtini ingredient 61 Baseball player Mel 62 Canal system in northern Michigan • 63 Meaning . 64HavyaiiaH volcano, Mauna . Answer to Previous^ Puzzle Sheinwold on bridge Teist your partner by dropping trick DOWN Band instrument Addict No one Alignment Patriotic monogram' Energy-saving time (abbr.) Gallic affirmative Roman philosophe~r'~' 9 Rover's friend 10 River in '' ' Russia 1 1 LTnusu'al 19 , Guevara 21 300, Roman 23 Fool's gold 24 Mural painting 25 Type size 26 Actor West 27 Peacock genus 29 Russian city 30 Behol4 ,(Lat.) 31 CompaVative conjunction 34 Forward 37 Noel , 39 Adore ," 4 1 Dark, periods 43 Curved 46 Billiard shot 47 French composer 48 California county 50 Stringed instrument 5 1 Outer (prefix) 52 Actress Hayv orth 55 Be beholden to 56 Evil 57 Double curve By ALFRED SHEINWOLD One sure way to test your partner's tempei- is to start a hand with nine tricks and wind vp with onTy eight. You get some interesting comments and may add to' your ^vocabulary. North'dealer ' North-South vulnerable NORTH 4 A 5 3 2 A A K5 10 9 8 5 2 WEST • J 10 9 '^Q862 0 Q 10 8 3 * J6 EAST • KQ86 J 10 7 4 0 97 • Q73 SOUTH • 74 K 9 5 3 0 J 6 4 2 * A K 4 North 1 4 1 • 2 0 3 NT East South West Pass 1 0 Pass Pass 1 NT Pass Pass 2 NT. Pass AH Pass ' ' Opening lead — • J South refused the first two spade tricks but won the third with dummy's ace. South now had nine sure tricks: one spade, two hearts, two diamonds and four clubs. Seeing no problem. South took the top clubs and gave up a club. East took the queen of clubs,and his last spade and then led a heart,,to dummy's ace. 4 Too late, declarer saw that he could not get to his hand for the king pf hearts. Dummy eventually lost a diamond trick, and South was down one. "I've never seen you play so well," North remarked silkily. "You must have been taking lessorii^."'' '' AVOIDS COMPLIMENT , South could avoid this doubtful compliment. After taking the ace of spades he should give up a club immediately. At worst, the defenders can take one club and three spades. Regardless of the return,' South can get to his hand with a high club after taking dummy's ace of hearts. He then cashes the king of hearts and any high club that may remain in his hand, and takes the rest with dummy's high diamonds and good clubs. DAILY QUESTION Partner opens with one heart, and the next player passes. YOU hold: Spades 7 4, Hearts K 9 5 3, Diamonds J 6 4 2, Clubs A K 4. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid three hearts. This forcing raise promises strong trump support of at least four cards with 13 to 16 points, counting disti'ibution as well as high cards. In this case you have 11 pointsjn high cards and 1 point for the doubleton; but you may also count one additional point for the high card in partner's bid suit. ILL .BET VOU'LIKE 5ATURPA ','6 DON'T VOU/ SCHOOL? IT 15 KIND OF NICE NOT HAVING A 6UNCH OF HQULIN6 KID5 AROUND ^ I I .-^ n OF COURSe, THJ5 15 TI=(E DAVOiHENTOE CUSTODIANS WAX HALLS.. I HATE THAT. if wiu'im mmin miiiim mmiiii mmim mum lO Unllad F«atur» SyndlctH, Inc. THEV „ DON'T EVEN06E ^NOVOCA»^ 00P5I50RRV, MA'AM! I 6UE55 I DOZED OFF Ft)R A SECOND I PREAMED I HAD JUST BEEN GIVEN A SCHOLARSHIP ID VA55AR BL6NDI By Jim Raymond MY BARBERSHOP QUARTET ^ IS REHEARSINe ( Television Highlights ITWEY SOUND LIKE THEY'RE JL'/ SITTING' ON THEIR /-^-" OS, t SCISSORS.' r- / ' *V ( Todoy's Almanac) By United Press International Today is Monday, Jan. 16, the 16th day of 1978 with 349 to follow. The moon is bietween its first quarter and full phase. The morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn. - The evening star is Jupiter. "Those born on this date are ALLEY OOP under the sign of Capricorn. Famed American designer and woodcarver Samuel Mclntire was born Jan. 16, 1757. On this day.in history: In 1833, the Pendleton Act went into effett, providing for creation of the U.S. Civil Service Commission. MONDAY 8 p'.m. CBS, Logan's Run. With no memory of the past year, Logan accompanira the sandmen back to the City of Domes where a death sentence awaits hinj. NBC, Little House on the PrEiirie. Mary Ingalls gets a frosty reception when she takes a teaching job in a backwoods community. ABC, Lucart. Lucan endures the physical hardships of thfe prize-fight ring. PBS. Consumer Survival Kit. ^ 8:30 p/m. PBS, "U.S. Art: The Gift of Ourselves." 9 p.m. CBS, Matide. Maude's shock at receiving obscene phone calls turns to outrage when she finds out who is making them. NBC, Movie. "Nowhere to Run." David Janssen stars as a businessman making regular trips to Las Vegas in order to BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker MARTHA LIKES TO LOOK AT THE BI& PICTURE

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