Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1972 · Page 9
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August 21, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Jacoby on bridge NORTH 4QJ84 VAK976 J 976 8 EAST 41062 V.I84 • QJ1032 4AK8 4*10854 #9762 SOUTH (D) 4K753 VQ52 454 *AKQJ Butt-West vulnerable WMt North East South' Pass IV Pass 1* Pass 3* Pass 4* Pass Pass pass Opetalng lead— • Q Oswald: "Now it is about time for declarer to" take a little care. If ho leads a trump back to his king West will take his ace and lead a fourth diamond. There wil] bo no way to keep East's trump in from taking the .wltlng trick." •Tim: "There is an easy way to guard against this. South ,1ust enters his hand with a dub and leads a low spade. West must play his ace and now South is waiting with the king of trumps to keep East's 10 from tlninR any damage." By Osward & James Jaocby Oswald: "One of the most Important things declarer should do is just to play carefully. It is surprising how many contracts will bt; saved by following this precept." Jim- "South might wo'l have raised his partner to two hearts Instead of bidding ont; spade, but that is a matter of style and no one can really criticize that spade bid." Oswald : "A four-heart Contract would breeze in Defending against four spades, West opens a diamond and three rounds of diamond are played. South ruffs the third diamond and leads a low spade toward dummy." Jim: "If West clatters up with the ace there will be no problem about the rest of Ins tricks, but West ducks." A Division of the S. i. King* Company The bidding has been: West North East South IV Dble Pasa- 2V Dblo Pass Pass 3 + Pass 3V Pass 3 A Pass 46 Pass ? You, South, hold: 48743 V2 •AK943*7«2 What do you do now? A—Pass. You arc in a reasonably good contract. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four spades, your partner bids four clubs. What do you do now? Answer tomorrow (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.> Barbershop fire Fire damaged the barbershop room on the private home of Ward Henenson, 2386 Lincoln St., Godfrey, shortly after noon on Sunday. Firemen said the fire of undetermined origin caused the most damage to the room Henenson used for a barbershop. Ogilvie to second renomination of Spiro Agnew Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, August 21, 1072 A-9 High stepper California Gov. Ronald Reagan appears to be a high stepper as he leaves a chartered jet that brought him to Miami International Airport Saturday afternoon to attend the Republican National Convention in Miami Beach Convention Hall. (AP Wirepiioto) MIAMI BEACH (AP) Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie will second the renominatlon of Vice President Spiro Agnew at the Republican National Convention, which begins today. Ogllvie said Sunday that he has high regard for Agnew after working with him for the past 3^ years when he was the main White House contact with the nation's governors. Ogllvie and Sen. Charles H. Percy said after the first Illinois caucus that Illinois delegates want to compromise the delegate apportionment plan for the 1976 convention to avoid a battle on the convention floor. Delegate allocation may be the sole divisive Issue at the convention. One recommendation made by the Republican National Committee to the convention would give delegate bonuses to small, traditionally conservative states out of proportion to their vote in the electoral college. More liberal Republicans, including Percy, favor a plan that would assign delegates to the states more directly on the basis of Republican voting strength and total population. This would tend to increase the delegate strength of the larger arid non-Southern states. Ogilvie appointed a subcommittee to work out a compromise between the two plans to be presented to the party's Rules Committee after it is voted on by the Illinois delegation. 2 inmates surrender PONTIAC, 111. 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