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20-Uklah Dally Journal, Uklah Calif. Wednesday, Sheinwold on bridge Overbidders need accurate play July 10, 1974 FUNNY BUSINESS When you have two or three ways of playing a hand you mutt take time out to chooM the most reasonable method. When there's only one way, however, you needn 't furrow the brow or rub the chin: Save your brains for when they 're needed North dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH 4Y A 10 9 8 J 73 O 105 + AKJ3 WEST EAST * 3 A K J 2 ^ KQ 10852 94 0 A742 0 K983 4 9 6 4 8 7 5 2 SOUTH • * • 07 6 5 4. A6 0 016 4010 4 North East South West 1 4 Pass I • 2 2 * Pass 4 <jk All Pass. Opening lead - ^ K Smith's jump to four spades was ambitious but was justified by the fact that North happened to be a very conservative bidder and that South was a very great player. Not to make a secret of it, South was Richard L. Frey, number eight in the first list of life masters of the American Contract Bridge League. Frey concealed his disappointment on seeing the dummy. When you bid a hand to the hilt to make up for your partner's timidity, you sometimes find that he has only minimum values and that your ^ own aggressiveness has landed you in the soup. Only Chance Frey saw that the only reasonable chance for the contract was to find three trumps and four or more clubs in the same hand. Hence he won the first trick with the ace of hearts, led a trump to dummy's ace and then rattled off four rounds of clubs. Fortunately for declarer, East had to follow suit to all four rounds of clubs, and West couldn't ruff. South therefore managed to get rid of the losing heart. Now Frey led a trump from dummy through East's king- jack. It was easy to draw trumps, losing only one trick to East. The opponents got two diamond tricks but could not defeat the contract. It's quite reasonable to bid a lot when you can get the most out of the cards. Dally Question Partner opens with one spade, and the next player passes. You hold: Spades K J 2, Hearts 9 4, Diamonds K 9 8 3, Clubs 8 7 5 2. What do you say? . ANSWER: Bid two spades. Do not hesitate to raise partner's major suit with good three-card support, particularly when you have a short suit elsewhere in the hand. A response of 1 -NT does not properly describe this kind of hand. Television highlights By United Press International "ABC's Afternoon Play- break," 1:30 p.m., offers "Mother 'of the Bride," with Eve Arden playing a mother whose wedding plans for her daughter are disrupted. The ABC "Wednesday Movie of the Week" at 8:30 p.m. is "Hijack," with David Jansen and Keenan Wynn playing truck drivers whose cargo is the target of a hijacking mob. By Roger Bofftw LETfc MOT I0OK ATIT\ WHAT A fiAlU/r>E HCU ARB I CANT EVEN RUN AUW ft6HTJ! AaUALLV,I PlDCONSlPE* 60lr^Tt>CA*lAWLBuT I (JA£ AFRAlP fDG-T HIT. WITH A HOCKEY PUCK... "NBC Wednesday Night at the Movies" at 9 p.m. screens "The Qusto Tapes," with Robert Foxworth and Dana "Wynter. 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