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If you like, you may brush the cut-out biscuits with melted butter or egg wash and sprinkle with sugar before baking. JACOBY ON BRIDGE Lead Comes Up To Strong Hand By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The Jacoby Transfer Bid (JTB) has numerous advantages, but outstanding among them is that it makes it possible for the no- trump hand to be declarer so that the opening lead comes up to the strong hand. This advantage is greater after an opening two no-trump because there are UM.VASj M ART HA, T5OOR.-T0 - "DOOR [SALESMANSHIP |S AM AT2T IN ITSELF, A REAL CHALLENGE EVEN TO A MA'STER PSYCHOLOGIST £UCH Asi/l MADE MY CONTACTS SESTERQAY, BUT THE- Key POINT \4> NOTTO APPEAR TOO EASEK TO SELL. MY LAWN CHAIRS/ , HAK-KAFF/—X'LL WAIT HERS ANDMAKe fw^^X^.— 7-^ — " 9 |THEM COME-, TO we// X SHOULD €.EE A HEAD- \j 4HRlNkER FOR THINKING YOU WERE REALLY OUT SELLING CHAIK6/ HOW DO YOU EXPLAIN THIS PICTURE OF YOU •SNOOZING AWAY IN THE MIDDLE OF A BUSY STREET ? NORTH 27 • KQ10654 ¥2 • A98 • 743 WCSt EAST 483 472 V J 1094 V 8653 • J8 32 4Q1075 *AQ10 4 98 5 SOUTH (D) 4AJ9 V AKQ7 • K4 *KJ62 North and South vulnerable South Wert North Eut 2 N.T. Pass 3 V Pass 3 4 Pass 4 4> Pass 4 V Pass 5 4 Pass 6 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V J more high cards in the closed hand. In the Billings, Mont., regional every South player opened with two no-trump. There was no reason to make any other bid. The bidding went various ways from that point, but most pairs landed at either six spades or six no-trump. Six no-trump never made. West always opened the jack of hearts. Eventually South would have to lead a club from dummy, give West two club tricks. When North became declarer at six spades he made it except when East opened a club. There were several club openings. The JTB players landed at six spades with South as declarer. Some got there via the Black- jvood route. Others used the bidding shown in the box. North transferred, cue bid diamonds and finally invited the slam by going to five spades. This didn't put any great burden on South. He had the right kind- of hand to accept the slam invitation. The play was even less of a burden. South bad some wor- i \ X ries after the heart opening, but he played two rounds of trumps and when both opponents followed to the second trump lead the worries were over. South was able to ruff dummy's last diamond and to discard two of dummy's clubs on high hearts. This left him with only one club loser. Crush dry macaroons into crumbs. Top a fruit compote with whipped cream and sprinkle the crumbs over the cream. This cream and macaroon topping is especially delicious over prunes that have been cooked in red wine. Church of Christ believes. So the church emphasizes graded Christian education. Each group of children has ts own worship service. Children from the first through sixth grades have their own junior deacons, issue their own bulletins, do ushering and sing in a choir.
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