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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Thursday, August 20, 1«M»7 Bridge MICS Cross word Puzzle ACROSS 1 Small organisms * Levis 9 Metric foot 10 Discharge .'13 Orient i 14 Roselika flower 15 Genus of rodents 16 Western hemisphere organization (abbr.) 17 SHppery 18 Carpenter's tool 20 Tortoise's rival 23 Winter sport 26 Dividing wall 30 Missile type (abbr.) 31 Demons 33 Gold (Sp.) 34 Mae West role 35 Acting award 36 Villain in "Othnllo" 37 fly 39 Required 41 Warm colors 43 Poetic preposition 44 Phrase of understanding (2 wds.) 47 Single thing 49 Sticky stuff 52 Unstable 55 Steel source 56 Actor Clint 57 Divorce capital SB:Kind of cloth 59 New Zealand parrot DOWN 1 Actress Pitts I Excludable 3 Arab garment 4 Huckleberry Finn character 5 Language suffix 0279 6 Snoozing 7 Cairo's river 8 Dirt 91 think, therefore Answer to Previous Puzzle MM E 10 Govt. agency 11 Crush 12 Negative answer 16 Possess 19 Goal 21 Colorado city 22 Thing in law 23 Soil deposit 24 Actor Kristofferson 25 Scoffed 27 Somewhat (3 wds.) '28 Prod 29 State of feeling 32 Scale note 35 Full of (suff.) 36 Comparative suffix NORTH IM17 »632 »987 * A K 10 8 7 WEST EAST *Q8 *>K974 * K Q J 10 4 » 6 5 3 2 * 5 3 * J 6 4 2 SOUTH •> A J 10 5 VAKQJ109 • A Vulnerable: North-South Dealer: South West Pass Pass Pass Pass North East South 1 NT Pass 3 * Pass 5 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: * K 2* 4 NT 38 Pact 48 Actor Sparks oo r^a^L -»w mwiui «? 40 fVide shoe size 50 Eugene 42 By itself 44 I possess (cont.) 45 Rise in the air 46 Actress Lanchester O'Neill's daughter 51 Yoko S3; Couple 54 Atomic particle 55 Vex (c)1S87 by NEA, Inc A little more insurance By James Jacoby South may have been hallucinating when he jumped to four no-trump asking for aces. There was nothing in North's bidding to suggest that he had values that would justify a slam contract. But this time South was lucky, since the North cards supported quite a decent play for six hearts. Most overbidders play their cards well (they have to, to avoid going broke), and South was no exception. He won the ace of diamonds and drew trumps. He could see that he had all 13 tricks if the jack of clubs fell under the Q-K-A. If it didn't, he might need to find either the K-Q of spades or any doubleton spade honor in the East hand. All of those chances improved the probability of the slam succeeding, but declarer wanted even more insurance. And he found it. Instead of playing queen and a club, he led the club nine from his hand and overtook with the 10 in dummy. Naturally East won the jack and returned a diamond. Declarer trumped, overtook the club queen in dummy and was able to discard three losing spades on the good clubs. Although this play sacrificed the best chance for a overtrick, it paid off in today's layout, and the slam was made. But what if East had allowed the club 10 to win the trick? Declarer can now play a spade to his jack. West will win the queen and try to cash a diamond. South will ruff and play the club queen to the A-K. When the club jack does not fall, South can now try another spade finesse. That wins, and the slam is still made. A new book by James Jacoby and his father, the late Oswald Jacoby, is now available at bookstores. It is "Jacoby on Card Games,' published by Pharos Books. © 19«7, NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN Astrogroph Bernice Bede Osol cfour ^Birthday Friday, Aug. 21,1987 Luck witl play a prominent role in your affairs in the year ahead, just at the time you'll need it the most. People born under the signs of Sagittarius or Aries could also be fortunate (or you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't confuse wishful thinking with positive thinking today. There is a big difference, positive thinking produces results; wishful thinking doesn't. Major changes are ahead for Leos in the coming year. Send for your Astro-Graph predictions today. Mail Si to Astro-Graph, c/o this newspaper, P.O. Box 91428, Cleveland, OH 44101-3428. Be sure to state your zodiac sign. VIRGO (Aug. 23-S«pt. 22) Even though KIT 'N' CARLYLE ®by Larry Wright a close friend may disagree with you today, your pal is still entitled to his or her opinions. Don't make a big deal about it. LIBRA (S«pt. 23-Oct. 23) Let practicality guide your behavior today. If not, there is a chance you may do something foolish opposed to your better judgment. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You are innately independent and industrious. These are admirable qualities, but today you may attempt tasks that can't be accomplished without assistance. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-D*c. 21) Be fair and honest in your commercial affairs today, but don't give away the store. When you make a concession, be sure you get something in return. CAPRICORN (D«e. 22-J«n. 19) Don't be wishy-washy today if you are placed in a position where a firm stance is required. Showing a little backbone will get you the respect you deserve. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-F»b. 19) Although your intentions will be good, it will be easier for you to make promises today than it will be for you to fulfill them when you're called on to do so. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Your generous and giving nature could work lo your detriment today if you get involved with the wrong people. Select companions whose ideals complement yours. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Be grateful for any small advantages you gain today in your dealings with others. Disappointment will be the companion of unreasonable expectations. TAURUS (April 20-M«y 20) Don't let your optimism regarding an important issue crowd out your common sense today. Rely on realistic evaluations. GEMINI (May 21-Jun« 20) Be extremely careful today in the management of your resources. Above all. don't let a friend make any financial commitments for you without your approval. CANCER (June 21-July 22) If you are lackadaisical about doing things today that you know should be done, the goals that you've set for yourself will not be attained. © 1987. NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN SNAFU* by Bruce Beattie "I said: Did you make it to the rock concert?!" CELEBRITY CIPHER Catebrlty Cipher cryptogam* an crwMd from quotation* By r«mou» pwprt. past and prsswit. Eaeti mtwr m tl» c*»wr ««n<)» for •nonwr. Today's Out: T squats R. 'PMYWU'O MMMFHO JOK LMJT-iKffKT EPdTtO WO W OC'MTPHJP ft* ^CriOfiD-' — TRY O G K Z f M • . PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "I don't understaml where the ideas come from. I'm just gl«J tfiey're there," — Q*ry Larson. 279 ALLfV OOPWby Dive OrMM AYE.AYE, SIR.' MAKE SURE OUR TORPEDO IS FIRMLY SfiCUREP.MR. HOWARTM.' HERE,ALf YOU'P BETTER GET INTO THESE WHILE <COU HAVE A CHAMCEi ...I THINK WE'RE IN FOR SOME HBAVY WEATHER! W£LL,AL> LOOKS/ I FOUND VERY GOOD, TH LIKEMDU'RE A (AN EXTRAV MlfiTBR , \PKXING MEMBEROFOUftV UNIFORM I MOV«ARTH.'7 UP,S»R.' EXPEDITION.' \ FOR' IM.S- W6UXIME ABOARP! ( LIEUTENANT.' CAPTAIN EASY ®by Crooka * C*Ml« THERE'* A SPOT ON THAT PLATFORM FOR YOU. TOO 5ENORITA. " FOR YOUR SAKE. I HOPE THAT CLOCK NEVER STRIKE* TWELVE. THAT AFTERNOON... FRANK AND ERNEST ®by Bob f bavta You /MIND HOLDING ou * «„,..-*.., THAVE5 &'20 ARLO AND JANIS * by Jimmy Johnton •THANKS FOR NOTHING, OLUE..' BUT. GOSH DARW.MHUON5 VIES, SIR, I DID WATCH TV. PROUD TO DO IT AGAIN/ OF AMERICANS LOVE ALL AFTERNOOM ALTHOUGH I KNEW VOU DISAPPROVED, THE BORN LOSER ©by Art Santom THE GRIZZWELLS " by Bill Schorr 5EEH 9TEAUH6 HOWEYA6AIN, HAVEN'T you? BUGS BUNNY ' by Warner Brot. MR. MEN™ AND LITTLE MISS™ by Margr«av«« ft S«ll*rt f I'LL- HAVE THE (DIET LUMCH __W!TH PREMCH FRIES \ [ LIKE SUTTEREP BEAMS ' /AT <^ . AH P A -£UCE t^ B AA/C? /AY APPETITE ' WH/PPEP PIE WINTHROP -byDick Cavalli YOU'RE <5C>IN<5? TO -SEE THE FACE OF THE RslEAAY TODAY, CHIPS. 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