Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 28, 1970 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 Jacoby bridge By OSWALD & JAMES JACOBY ¥1052 4AQ109 *AQJ5 (ft) 3EAST 496 4?5 VAKQJ76 «94 • 74 4KJ862 *632 *K1074 SOUTH AAKQJ842 ¥83 • 53 498 Both vulnerable West North East South Pass 2* Pass 14 2V !Pas3 Pass 44 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V K Oswald: "I watched a pretty good player make four spades with today's hand. He was very proud of the way h e guessed the end position." Jim: "You say he was a pretty good player. Obviously, he wasn't a very good player because he wouldn't have needed to guess the end position." Oswald: "That's correct West won the ace and king of hearts and shifted to the four of diamonds in spite of his partner's high-low in hearts. South played the ace of diamonds. Then he ran off all his trumps while discarding down to the queen of diamonds and ace-queen of clubs in dummy. East, discarding in back of dummy wound up holding the king- eight of diamonds and the singleton king of clubs. It was up to South to decide if East had blanked the diamond king and kept the club king guarded. South did make the right decision." Jim: "Most of our readers will have seen ,that South could have avoided that final guess if he had just used the R in the code word ARCH." Oswald: "R stands for Review the bidding. If South had reviewed the bidding he would have seen that West had dealt and passed when holding six hearts to the four top honors. This would mark East with both minor-suit kings." Jim: "The sure thing play would be to lead dummy's last heart at trick four to make sure that East didn't hold another card in that suit. Then South could draw trumps, lead his second diamond and play dummy's nine. East would be between that rock and a hard place with no lead to help him." 28 The bidding has been: West North East South J* IV 1N.T. Pass ? You, South, hold: *K6 If A 97 4KQ4 *AQJ3X What do you do now? A—Just bid three no-trump. There is no slam, but game should be easy. TODAY'S QUESTION* Instead of bidding one no- trump your partner has bid one •pade over the heart bid, What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Law for today Q. When drjvjng on a divided highway, is it necessary to dim headlights for an oncoming car? A. Yes. The law requires that a motorist must dim his head lamps whenever he is within 500 feet of a vehicle approaching from the opposite direction. No exception is made for divided highways. A motorist must also dim his lights whenever he js within 300 feet of a vehicle traveling in the same direction. —Illinois State Bar Assn. Submit questions to Illinois State Bar Association Uliflols Bar Center Springfield, Illinois 63701 (Answers may appear in Perspjiai answers not Quality D/seounfc 1.24 Bed Pillows c Bouncy, Soft shredded foam fill, pretty print ticking. 17x24" size. Big Buys! Prices Good Thru Sunday, Jan. 3rd r m —\ I White I [Sale | J Door j I Busters! | V ' J ^^.^.dk^.\tf^ .-..as, ""KST ! Shower 72x90" Blanket ! Reg. 1.37 Showe Curtains Discounted34% More! Save Now! Dan River Sheets 130 Count White Muslin 72x108" Flat or Twin Fit Reg. 2.24! Save 77* Ea.! 2.48—81x108" Flat or Full Fit 1.67 1.08 Pkg. of 2 Pillow Cases 87c Companion Thriller! Reg. 2.68 No Iron Dan River Sheets 72x104" Flat or Twin Fit Save Big Superb Blend 50% Polyester—50% Cotton. • *GLP 3.38-81x104" Flat or Full Fit 2.27 1.78 Pkg. of 2 Pillow Cases 1.1 7,'. N e wToss Pill o ws 99° Reg. to 1.57. All shapes, sizes, fabrics. Gav new colors. Bibb's "Andrea" Blanket. Blend of rayon^polyester fibers. Nylon binding. 2 I *GLP .GLP 4 Pretty and Practical. M GLP 187 Keg. 3.47 Pr.! Save 1.94 Draw Drapes 2 P , $ 5 " ^1^ *GLP Long on Value I Longer by 21" than usual! Rich blend of Rayon-Cotton Acetate. Full hems, Decorator colors. 3.25 IfPert.! Famous Velour Towels Buy 21 Save 1.541 Jwash Soths! Tufted Chenille , Bedspreads;; J •VFoV I ^ Full or Twin Size *GLP (ft Big Assortment of decorator colors! GLP Heavily Tufted Chenille Designs on quality muslin! Fringed! Machine washable. Big choice of colors. 99 ••$1 Off on Every Size! Fitted Pads Reg. 3.97 Twin • •' -. ...... ^A ] urReg.67c+ . Mattress' I Covers ! $i for 1 ' • *GLP| Vinyl Protects. Contour. Twin, Full. |j Terry J I Towels | Gay Kitchen Prints in thirsty terry! $4 Off Our Reg. 13 f 8Q Room Size Rugs 'GLP *: I We Can't Mention the Maker's Name—but you'll recognize the patterns! Jacquards, prints, wanted colors I 2.9Z 9.88 ho i i i Value!\ Cannon Pot Holders 4.97 Full Size 3.97 Sanforized White Cotton. Double stitched, durable. Cotton fill. Terrific Tweeds I Viscose rayon jn great colors—Gold, Green, Beige, Brown, Candy. Foam backed. 8 1 /*x11 1 / 8 '. i i \ Great Choice of J Colors! M We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. 4LP Plenty of Shopping Hours! DAILY 9:30 A. MrlOP.M, BELTLINE HIGHWAY WE HQNOR AIL INTERBANK MASTER CHARGE CREDIT CARDS AND BANK AMERIC4RO SUNDAY 10 A.M.-6 P,M, Fairview W. HIGHWAY 50 GUARANTEED IOWEST PRICES

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