The News from Frederick, Maryland on August 31, 1967 · Page 42
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 42

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
Page 42
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Anglatt SI. 1M7 / 3WaCKXJSl I HATE T0\ W6TURN TO TOWN IN THESE DIRTY CLOTHES! I'D 5IV6 «XMF " /?CM-£,*4fiyf ^O ^3FT THIM CLEANED I J VER TALKIN' M/LAN6UASC ELMER! THIS 16 TM 1 Ve«r TW ! USED TO WASH CU7TKB6, 'EAA WITH Mutt And Jeft Twin* M'LOVE, WATCH IT/ I'LLMAKB APPlLEPtESf WinthroD 1 CAT ^ GUYINUDVB WITH ATWIN Alley ODD S/c/e Glances Play the Game Answer -to 'Pr»»ieu»!Puxzl» ACROSS innapdoon W^JtSS "*TMH.£*"* 4 »t Or* authority 49 Waste product' 51 Plaj music by ISReaide MBullflgMert concern is Forcible IB Suinbem 20 Concerning t 21Ba**baUchib 22 game 2« Civil wwnf 27 Seaport (ab.) SOAffina 32Inatnctar 34 Infrequently M Hindu meuure of distance STUtmicker 40 Particle mountain* 63 Masculine appellation 54 Street* ab.) 55 Sariot river 58 Remove (print.) 57 U*ed in a golf game DOWN IRacecouree circuit* 3 Spheres In popular game 4 Slumbered 5 Fork prong 6 Exaggerate 7 Through 9 Term uted InbowUng lOIreluid beard 19 AllevUted 33ProtecUve covering 24 Fencer^ protection 25 Butter subiititute 26 Rate «f nwtiOA 27 Mott vnrttet · 28Hon»b«ck game MVwyFr.) 31 MMculin* chla ptlmc- 38 Imperial domain 40 Opwi court*" (arch.) 41 Penny pU 42Rerton4o health 43 Wheel sptedto 44 Scnrtiato* '· 46 Vex 47 P»lm f rtrit 50 Scatter. BtST THINS / ANPTHB4 ^ ^IP^^ ^. *^* * i"^ J HdliJ ...NO/SIR.' /WEU-A HAVE NO ...nw/9mi / TTBa-k, \ rv^rp- r*^ WEU. KEEP/ OKAY/) F1NWWS AS Bid AS A MOUNTAIN! Priscilla's Pop IF TMERB'S ONE THING- MV DAD 'J SKBET- HE WOULDN'T HE W/XS A t-w The Boni Ltns*t 'Mr. Huff master? K'» a sixth of a doxen, assorted r JACOBY ON BRIDGE By OSWALD JACOBY written For KEA S E R V I C E (wives Signal NORTH Ci x ... MAXES US' 1 TWS : THBRR^ Eek Me«k 31 1VK.ST K 1 U 2 * K Q 10 5 4 FAST ( I ) ) A K C J J 8 k Q 7 5 4 * ! ) G 3 | one heart and all North couH ; do was to pass. East managed 1 to try one no-trump. South I c-hauld have seen that the i hand did not belong to him I and given up any idea of competing but he wasn't going to i do anything like that. He had i i o sound opening bid with one' I or two jacks above the mini i ! mum and he had a second i four card suit to show. He bij I two clubs. Lightning didn't strike im mediately -- North had too : much club support -- but \vhen it did hit it burned t h e ; barn down. West made a slightly opti- just trade South's jack of hearts mistic bid of three hearts and for East's ten of diamonds. In ! North went to four clubs. Fot ] iat case on i y a spade lead or ! all North knew his side might . hjft , d ^ t fi dubs have a cinch for five or six v clubs and East and West might and nothing will beat four have just as easy a game in hearts. hearts. If you don't think so, Souths actual hands in such LOOK AT THIS PLACE i NOTHING BUT ROCKS! ROCKS* ROCKS! ROCKS! ROCKS! UGltt UGLY ROCKS! OH GOME CkJ, FREAKY! MOT ALL RIGHT! I JUST FOUUD A COUPLE OF cure OK F^-^ a-ai Freckles And Friends that a diamond opening will hold West to nine tricks- at hearts. As for the four club contract, West decided to double and the defense picked up five tricks to score 500 points. West Dbtc SOTTII A 1 0 0 2 «f A.T · A J 9 3 * A J 87 Iloth vulnerable North Kast South Pass 1 * Pass 1 N T . 2 4k 4 A Pass Pass Paae Pass Pass Opening lead--V K !.rr of the hardest things ·,- a bridge player to learn is !i;it wh'n tmth opponents hid .:: d h' 1 - I'ftrtner is quiet, ho | :/;cl l)(sl keep quiet also un-l '-s he lias a lot of distribu t ' o i - a l factors. Soutn had a nice oomfort- ;th!c ojoi)inK bid. His IS hign- t nrd points included threo ,-M \s an;l ho had two nice four m ! siiits H" opened one diamond and waited happily for '},- hidilmft to develop. f: (U-vHnped in a way that !i'mid have w«rn»d him f o slay out of tfwj blddJw( from then on. «p WEATHER FORECAST -- Thursday night shower* Are forec»«t for the Grett Bmin. partu of the southern Plains and over th* Atlantic Coaatal refkw GeiMratty er tempArateveii are in store for the e«rt*M half of th4 nation, with miMer tempttratarM over *tiw Paciftc Northwcut, tlw northflm P1MMM and the northtni wxl cwUtf MlYA, BA7.OO,O!J BUPpy/ I'NV BACK^COME OfJ OVCft. AMP RLL rV\e IM OhJ WHATS NEW/ HE RCOrA VMAS QUIET; Ofy£RLV, TbTALLV RISK OF A CORMBALL.lAA6i.fcD ANJ Out. Our Way Our lioardintr House / BAH V^ITH ORE I eUE*T-CAMCHIM'.' TAKE IN OME GUEST / AM' D'R6 RUIM6O-- WITH "LET ME TRY IT," X. 'MAY I TRY THAT?"/ T KN6W WE H WAIT'LU YiX) ^HOULt) HAVE\|6ACK PROS HOWDY, 60Y6 /rLU 6WOW)] 6TOPPet3 TO H FlEUJS/--ViHJ'tL. YOU TO TME BUMKWOU^E, \j CAT/T'M 6O TH6Nt TAKE VOU POWMTOJl HUNGRY NOW|\0OIL YO THE POTATO eieuu^/ T ^ I'D WResue VVtBBur/y,' '.^i^ RECKON You'Rt ANXIOUS ,N A 6OATFOR A '^ "-- - ' TO 2GT A LITTLE- , -T-r-yl A TIN CAN /^, "· *--t- ^.^;:;;^^y r l ^ M ^ ^ - j .· '^ 1 ^r ^SPAPERf

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