Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 27, 1957 · Page 27
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 27

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, May 27, 1957
Page 27
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TWENTY-EIGHT HVKNING 1'IM.KS, CUiMUKUI.ANU, MU., AlurvuAV, 21, J957 uu.t i-A First Trick Loses Game By OSWALD JACOliV Written for NBA Service West opened the deuce of clubs against Hie four-heart contract. Dummy played low and East won the trick with the king. South played (he six of clubs. If East had shifted to a trump South would 1 # Pass 1 V Pass 2 N.T. P.iss 3 » Pass Pass 0* Pass 5 * Pass ? You, South, hold: 4876 VKJ85 »KS54 *A) Wlial do you do? A—Bid the dtimonds. Yciu l»r(jijr may be sCirdnr a be- lafed try for seven but It do« ,. not change your hand any, Yo« probably have (wen never Interested in mart wrapped up the contract llc! lhan ** x onoe "" bl<i ' wo no- would have run off seven trump Uun " > "" "* SM *" ld roond tricks and East and West might easily have gone wrong in (heir Q—The bidding has been: North Ea-st South « Wild Ducks Prove Very Smart •Creatures 1'ONCA Cm', Okla. Wv-Ucsi- dcnts on the East Hartford block here are about convinced that ducks are smaller than people. During duck season, not one was sighted, liul now that the season has ended, 72 arc enjoying a pond within 50 feet of the nearest house. the curious i the water's edge. TODAY'S QUESTION You hold the same hand and resi>ond one heart to your partner's opening diamond bid. His rebid is three clubs. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow discarding. East happened fo be loo smart (or that. He shot the club right back. South had to win with his queen but now when he ran the seven trump tricks Kast and,.,. West had no trouble with their] 1 "I'Cfi Ulvorce discards East dropped his low|I SSJ)C(! | tl Court Here club at his first chance where upon West was able to throw hi* two clubs away also. Eventual!) South lost two diamonds and ; spade in addition to the club Ilia he lost at trick one. Decrees in three divorce cases have Ijeen issued in Circu Court Dorlin C. Tingler obtained .. livorce from Charles O. Tingler lor a WANT Al> 'i'aker Soviet Union Releases Heretofore Secret Statistical Information By THOMAS 1>, WHITNEY . AP Foreign News Analyst The Soviet government is now publishing official statistics at a rapid rate—making available previously secret information on the Soviet economy. Tills began less Ilian a year ago iwhen the Kremlin authorized the se. The ducks ignore i V E Krcm . lm authored Ihe who come right up o ' C n T l ?L vMle Sale ° f a volumc rH., n £ P ° ? allcd "The Economy of the of tables of fads and figures. This was a landmark because it was the first more or less comprehensive Soviet statistical yearbook in 20 years. It revealed some of Stalin's most carefully kept se- crels for instance the fact that World War 11 cost (lie U.S.S.K. a net loss of over 20 million persons , This first statistical manual has A volume called "Cultural Construction of the U.S.S.R." gives 326 pages of figures on the Soviet educational system and related subjects. Another handbook entitled "Industry of the U.S.S.R." has just come off the press. It is not yet the been followed up in the last few ii c* i' n » 11 . •**••*•••« iv»ui.i,u up in »uu idal id U.S.b.K. II contained 262 pages months with a number of others 'The Economy of the Russian lie- public." The net result is (hat Western economists and intelligence ex- perls until i-ccejitly faced with scanty official Soviet economic data arc now being overwhelmed by the flood of new statistics. In private and government in true of another volume pages called public and American statesmen a "much more complete and accurate picture of the strengths arid weaknesses of the Soviet economy. There still remain considerable areas of Soviet statistics'ivliich arc secret—for instance defense industry, the size and composition . •:— • -~ • "- •'-"• -•• r'"*"v ""« &vwiuiiiwu in- iiiuiiMiy, ULU size, ana composition snm'i^V,!!, "J' S c oj>''l'-y- l Thesl'l<|l'ons <* "^ United States of the aimed forces, and detailed data on standards of living and analyses are under which , when completed «'ill give Hie U.S. agriculture. South had really chucked (he and received custody of their contract at trick one. lie should child. NORTH (D) M * Q 10 7 4 3 V2 * J61 + A1051 .WEST EAST :.* A 8 5 Z AKJ6 :VJ5 VG43 |*Q93 »K!08<>. :+J972 +K83 ~1 'SOOTH i> * 9 -y * A74 + Q6 No one vulnerable [North East Sotrtb Wes< Pass Pass 4V ^ Pass [Pass Pass , Opening lead — 4 2 have played the queen of clubs under the king, but South was one of those players who never likes to waste a high card. His queen of clubs was a sure (rick and South was going to make Uiat trick with it. If South had dropped thai queen of clubs East would nut' have been able to return the suit successfully. That would automatically make dummy's ace ami ten good tricks. East miglit have returned something else but no lead would help. At some stage in the play South would lead a club and finesse dummy's ten. This would risk a Uvo-trick loss but South would be willing to take this chance in an effort to bring home his contract. a dii'oi'ee from Paul Goetz and received the right to resume use of her maiden name of Alary Jane Douglas. John R. 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