The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 2
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March 20, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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Bagfmmt Tuesday, March 1 20/1956.' Liquor Problems Discussed Do you need,.a.-drink at a definite Umo of da;'? Do you drinK alone? .Do..you. in :.the'morning-, cravr- "the: hair of; the dog that bit you?" /" ':.'•,:•:..•• :' Do yoii.'issi? tiiac from work on account of drinking? K.ivo you. isinco drinking, become jealous of-your husband or Is liquor endangering your Jrcalth? If the answer j s yes to even o:n<> "of these questions, it would br> wisr> for yon to road "How ro Livn Without Liiiqor" by Ralph A. Haba,=, which the- Xew American Library is releasing; on March 22 "in ft 25e paperbouno Signet Kfy odhion. A comprehensive 1 book, "How" to Live Without Liquor" points out the daJiger. signals in the ovohi- tion of the problem drshknr and summarizes the Many avenues of treatment; ificlurlirig- m o c i c i n ft. psychotherapy, 'Alcoholics Anonymous, religion, ana 'common ser.se. Containing an introduction by \V. IV. Bauer,. Director of the Bureau of Health Education of the American Medical Association, "How to Live Without Liquor'* appeared as a seventeen pag-o condensation in "U. S. ^vews arid World Report," prior to its publication ..in the fall of iS53 in a hardcover edition ^ by Farrar, Tiforc than 100 newspapers have serialiEcd or csrrifd leatured excerpts from this book. Contract Bridge By Josephine Culbertson WEST'S opening iead in the ' following deal certainly could not be'strongly criticized, but it had ffctal repercussions, Etst deeper. • Both sides vulnerable. 4 5 2 »9 6 S * A 7 5 4 A K 6 3 2 A «W«MN» ' f A K J 1085 2 • J 6 3 AJS8 A K Q 7 3 Q4 K S North 4 J iO 9 86 4 ¥7 • Q 10 9 2 AQ 10 751 The bidding: £*tt South West 3 * 3 * Dble. PMI Ptst Wett, with six trumps 5n almost perfect sequence, "felt that the thing to do was to keep South from making any low trumps on ruffs — so he opened Uie jack of trumps. To repeat this wat a highly persuasive lead, but it didn't work out well this time. When the distribution of the trump suit was revealed by East's showing out, South did exactly what West had feared, but he did it in reverse. so to speak. He took the first trick, cashed the diamond king, v/ent over to the diamond ace and ruffed a diamond. He then cashed the ace arid king of clubs, after *vhich he ruffed dummy's last diamond with his otherwise worthless seven of trumps— and et Uie end West had good trumps fo- his own partner's tricks. South cashed in all five of his own. trumps, two diamonds and two clubs^ fulfilling- the doubled contract for game and rubber. Beyond question, many fine plavers would make the same opening lead that West made, and on the surface, there is much to be said for the choice. With such length in trumps, West does not parlicularlv want to ruff any side £ uit— he prefers to use his trumps to draw declarer's. However, a •different consideration might ".veil induce West to open the singleton of his partner's suit. 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