Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 8, 1973 · Page 18
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 8, 1973
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$B Golesburg Register-Moil, Gotesburg, 111. Tuesdoy, Moy 8, 1973 ww*«s 9cmt8\ SWT SSfifc*. BUZ SAWYER BLONDIE [ S tie WWSST FOOD I EVER i t v-i^ > I TT1W1/M HAfTf TO OJUgp [ Walt Disney's SCAMP BUGS BUNNY Transportation Departure* Burlington Northern Eastbonad; Eartboand 849 Chicago (MoiL-Set) . 7:45 MJZL S Chicago (Moa^&uu.) 7:55 a.m. (Slops at Aurora only) To Peoria-Indianapolij: __12*3 pa.; To Chicago-East Coart —12*5 pxa .1 To Chicago-East Coast ..720 pjn.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With M«|. Hoople S48 Chicago (San. onlr) 10:30 a.m. (To Peoria-Indianspolis — 720 pjaJ Bariiiifton Northern Westbosnd; Southbound 5 Denver-ST 7*5 pJ2-l To Springfield St. Burlington Northern Southbound ^ < Mo > M4 P° int ' 12:05 QaiCcy «:45 pjn. L 0 sprtoffiVld VlU.V. St.'" ! Ssnte Fe Eastboand («••> »"<3 pomu ; Chicago lls **m .L if? f . F ~-- Sun -> —- «<« P ^-j Chicago 10 HO aa Santa Fe Westbound U7 it 4 15 3 Houston 6*0 pJD IM Angelet 925 pjn. 703 810 BUS SCHEDULE , Westbound TO West Coast 7:00 sj-n To Weft'Coart 5*0 pa. I To Davenport (la.) and I West Coast (FrL and 80> Sun.f 629 p.m.J807 south (Fri.-Sun.) To St. Louis 520 pjn .j AIRLINE SCHEDULE Ozark Northbound To Chicago* 823 S-tH- •(Exewpt Smaday: 703 HIBWM 7N depertin* t :00 tal To Chicago 625 p .m .1 Ozark Sonthboud To St. Louis ... 1023 ajn.j TO St. Louis 9:41 pjn .j # Jacoby ^ ^On Bridge §he Right iate-Play discard "-By Oswald & James Jacoby -"Here is another H. W. Kelsey fend. This time you are West and open the three of hearts against South's three no-trump. XOETH t *Q62 VA9 • KQ94J • Q83 WEST (O) EAST A K7 4J10854 r VK753 V108C2 :#A1687 *A104 *875 SOUTH A A93 VQJ4 • 652 *KJ62 Both vulnerable West North East 1 4> Pass Paw Pais 3N .T. Pass Pass Opening k*d—V 3 South 1 N .T. Pass This produces the nine, 10 and; queen and a low diamond is led b*ek. You play low and dum-j -jrjy's queen drops your part-' . oer's jack. "A club lead knocks out yourj ace and you play a heart to ifike care of dummy's ace. , Th***-rounds of clubs follow; agd you have to make a dis- : card. . Obviously you arent going to; ,iwguard your king of spades. 1 -Or are you? South may try to! find some end play against you. • : Eventually you come up with i fhe right discard, which is aj diamond. South leads a dia-j mond. You play low and dummy', IRns. Another diamond throws E u in but you lay down your ig of hearts and continue with] fjie seven to your partner's' eight. Back comes a spade and jfour king is the setting trick. Kelsey^s comment is, "This one may seem too easy but in 9 GoJKCup match one West tboughj~he could afford to discard tie king of hearts." : Of J&rse, this happened in J^<gl48# Dut tn * re are Plenty] t$ fi** bridge players there. 1 %tth mae one went wrong. H-Vwipaper Enterprise Assn.) ! Station WGIL Radio i A31 Schedule <: ^_ — ' MOICOAY THHOUCH TKDKt '4-i5—Sjjn On Portals of Prayer 5*0—News < 5 AS—Music , 525—Collins Market 520—HTD rnicois 6«0—News i 6:10—Music tza— News NLS u Sports 6:40—Mutic 7:00—News 7 :!0—Mus;c 7 ^30—News 7:45—Music 1 7-i5—ATiator'S Forecast 8^0—News NLS St Sports 8:10—Music ••820—Midwest Paoto ! 830—News j 625—Music ' 8^5—Pink and Blue 8 News 1 9H&— Speak Easy 920—News 925—Speak Easy 10 AO—News 10:05—Mid-Morning Markets j 10:10— Speak Easy 102O—N«wi i 10 25— Problem it Solution ; 11.-00—News ' 1 11*5— Music • 1120—News j 11 25—Music 11:55—Portals of Prayer PM.— 12:00—News 12:05—Markets 8t Farm News \ 12.15— Extension Advisor 12^5—Weather 12.30—I'Jev.-s 1 1* 25—News SpOrtS 12 5^—Jack Anderson 1 00— News 1:05—Muiic Duiisy tba Aiitrnoon Hews on the Hour and Hau Heur. otbeewlaa Music 5 &>—News 5 i& —News i 520—BUI MUler—State Capitol] 5:25—Markets at a Glance | 5 -26— Steve McCormick 5^0—News 1 5 25—Sports 5.55—Jimmy Tbe Greek e.iXt— News ••• 6:05—Music At Bfi*hi, Mrws o& tba Hour aad Hall Hoar. Otbarwis* Music 10:00—Nightcap News 10 15—News t& the World Today 10.30—News ••••10:35—Muiic 1J .00—Newt 11:05—Mufjc J120—Sports Scores 11-^(5—Music All Might Long Mews On Tbe Hour and Hall Hour. Otherwise Music MOTE: •—Monday Oniy ••—Thursday OnJy ••• —Sportsime Tuesday Only ••••—On Fniay Kjght SporU Roundtable IMFSRMAL CORPORA-' TICN F^R A SPeCJAL" •WW tt"5 1$ ATTEMPTING T(? CONTINUE/ THAT MUST BE ATTOBNEY CRUMWELL/ OF T»<S . GUV5 ATTriE OJU3 PKEPfCTCP J IT.' TKEY ClAiMEO HE'S BIGSER TROUBLE THAN A «5rPKTST<5P WHfl THa?W5 A KNUCKLEBALL.' W1NTHROP SOa'C? &5TTER PICK ANOTHER ADJECTIVE* CAPTAIN EASY NEVE* IMHO ¥ff SSOKEN / TH* WHAT WU TWMC/ $SMTTO PIP Y0U „ AT THE 3i J_i — CARYtO TEAKWOOP.. HOW BEAUTIFUL 1 JOHNNY HAZARD OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Wmi «ms ALLEY OOP Station WGIL Radio FM Schedule Mote: Monday's same ss Tuaadsy except that tba a air from Midnight achedule Is tba through Friday alios Is oit tba to >:M AM. sports THE WANT ADS! TUESDAY THMOUGH FRIDAY Midnight—Nighttime Music 5 oo— News and Sports 5 05— Wake Up Siow 5:30—RFD in Blinois 6:00— News, Waatber & Sports 6:10—Wake Up Snow 6i<*—News. weather ic ; 6:40—Wake Up Show 6:55—Complet* Weather Show 7^0—Country Music in Ste.'eo 720—Breakfast Edition ot tr.e New* 7:45—Country Muiic In Stereo 8 J5—News 8 20— Howard Cosell Speaking on Sports ti5—Country itutic in Stereo FM - Noon—NsUonal News, Farm Markets Sc News, it Extension Advisor Program j 1220—Noon News (NarL, Local)! 1*0—Country Music in Stereo | 4:15—News 425—Howard CoceU Speaking j on Sports < 420—Country Music in Stereo i 5*0—News (Natl, Local) 520—The Ralph Emery Show 620—Country Music in Stereo \ WGIL-FM wffl broadcast sportiM erents of area and national ialaietl. Check WGIL'i sports schedule in Monday* JUgkOer-MaU for exact tiaa. j Mews from tba American FM Radio Merwork can bej beard oa WGIL-FM at fifteen after each boor. j Station WAIK Radio \ Program Schedule ;. MOMDAY THBOOGH FRIDAY A3i — 6.00—Daybreak with Swick & Rog 6 io— Weathercast 7 25—Swick on Sports 725—Local News 7.50—Astroguider 8 :05—Weathercast 8:10—Memory Lane 825—Viewpoint 8:45—Town Crier 10 £5—Farm Market Flash 10:06—Galesburg Reports 10:25—Tatar Quu 11:05—Tradio 1120 Morning Music P.M.— 12:00—Paul Har\'ey News 12:15—Local News 12^0—Order Buyers Report 12:40—Swick on Sports 1 -00— State News 2 Go—Just A Minute l.ll, —Atxernoon Music 1:35—Viewpoint 2:40—Job Finder 2.45—Town Crier 3 10— ABC Business New* 3:3a—Viewpoint 3:45—ABC World of Commentary 4:05—Farm Market Flash 4*6—School News 423—Club 36 5*6 Business News 5:10 Club 36 5*6—Business News 5:10-ClUb 36 525—Reynolds Commentary 5:45—ABC Sports 520—Dinner Music Local Mews on tba How ABC Mews on tbe Half Hon ... 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