The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1970 · Page 22
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June 1, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 22

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THE NEWS, Fwd«rick, Maryland l. Matt And Jeff GOOD MORNINS! / VESi BUT FIRST I'D ^^ ' LIKE TOT* 1 " ^ IS aREAKFAST x «EADY MUTT/ z002£%^^ ON VOUR MIND, SUGAR.? Is LETS VOU AND I START THIS FIRST DAY OP JUNE REAL NICE/ you Give ME SOME MONEY WITHOUT ME, ASKING v!%.i *f*5M ·r^l-r Captain Ea»y TIUU m 9»omi Winthrop eee WHAT SHE. I rV» I vO^ @ N DICfcL £»AU-J ^), A-/ /*_ - · MM I. MIL fet. TJI l»*.lM.Ofc 6-1 S@S8!,;- Bugs Bunny 'PIZZA 'PARLOR, M. I SAY, r EHH, WHATSUIJ SVLVESTER? COULD YOU LET MB HAVE SOME CHAWSE FOR TH6 -i PARKIN© METE*? TS i 51 fe ^ Hsi^e*®'. xi- '·faMOVH. 50FL. S/c/e Glances -- ft MX* (KM B ^ '-... i ·· v in 7i?J «# © WTO h MCA. Inc. TJi IU. US rt Off. «-| Golden Dreams Two-hundred-and-eight pounds. As a courtesy to our overweight customers, this card will self-destruct!" Negative Double*/ By Oswald James Jacoby NORTH 4k 106 4 V K 5 3 2 · A 9 6 4 *82 WEST EAST A A K 8 3 2 A Q J 5 V J 9 V1086 · J75 ·Q102 *Q93 + K1074 SOUTH (D) 4 9 7 V A Q 7 4 · K83 * A J 6 5 Both vulnerable North East South 1* Dble 2 4 3 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-- 4 K West Oswald: " W h e n Major Patton invented the take-out double in 1915 he revolutionized the game of bridge. It took a long while for the bid to catch on but today anyone who doubles an adverse opening suit bid of one for business is playing an arti- ids Safer Bids ficial convention." Jim: "In other words, the take-out double is a standard today in spite of the fact that it is a completely artificial bid." Oswald: " T h e negative double invented by Alvin Roth in the '50s is standard in tournament play today. It is a very complicated convention as used by Alvin who doubles almost anything negatively. I think we might discuss the simplest form of it for our readers. This simple form is well-worth learning." Jim: "Today's hand shows this bid at its best. North's double of one spade does not suggest a penalty. Instead it · says 'I have four hearts and some values. We can afford to play somewhere at the two level.' " Oswald:: "East w o u l d raise to two spades without the negative double and the hand w o u l d play there. Based on the negative double South is now able to bid three hearts. He knows his partner has four hearts and some cards." ACROSS 1 Pizarro sought gold 5 Forty crossed the plains (pi.) 11 Model 12 Foes 14 Miss Doone 15 Less costly 16 gold fields 18 Verne character 19 Tidbit for a horse 20 Narrow inlet 22 Remainder 25 Ultimate 30 Consume food 31 Before (prefix) 32 Taut 33 Uneven, as worn away 35 Taro root (var.) 37 Clamor 38 Plates, for example 40 Outer garment 41 Double curve 42 Australian ostrich 44 Principal 47 Sever 52 Locator of enemy position 54 sought the golden fleece SSPaddlersof light boats 56 Mountain nymph 57 Appraise again 58 Peruse DOWN 1 False god 2 Roman emperor 3 Is unable to 4 Ethiopian weight 5 Slender .bottle part QHH HQSH nan 6 To belong 7 Born 8 Issue forth 9 Mature 10 Appear 11 Same family (Scot) 13 Theater sign 17 Roman road 21 To the place of 22 Gold of the South African Rand 23 English nobleman 24 Greek portico 26 Swerve 27 Unravel 28 Continent 29 Fasting period 31 Church seats 34 Loud-voiced person 36 Profound 39 Avouch 40 Arrow poison 43 Army officer 44 Science degree (ab.) 45 Three-banded armadillo 46 Bulwer- Lytton heroine 48 Gaelic 49 On the ocean 50 Amphibian 51 Conclusion 53 Beverage 11 14 16 1 2 3 4 17 12 15 8 19 121 10 13 38 34 44 45 46 52 55 57 41 142 43 28 p 54 56 58 49 50 i 51" (Newspaper Enterprise Aun.) Jim: "North does not raise to four. The classic negative double shows four hearts and 7-11 high-card points. North has just seven and passes." Oswald: "Two s p a d e s would m a k e fairly easily three h e a r t s does make. South ruffs the third spade and draws trumps. Then he gives away a diamond trick. Diamonds break 3-3 so his only other loser is one of dummy's two clubs." WEATHER FORECAST-Showers are forecast Monday for th« East, Midwest and South. Cooler temperatures are expect- 1 ·d in the Midwest (AP Wirephoto Map) ARIES MAX. 21 AfR. It }18-19-36-39 40-04-76 /f TAURUS AfR. 20 MAY 20 GEMINI 20 T7- 8-20-25 SXSO- - - - SXSO-5979-85 VIRGO L AUS. 23 f sm. 22 ..^23-27 29-52 1^54-73-74 ·By CLAY R. POLLAN- Your Daily Activity Guide According to the Start. To develop message for Monday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth siqn. 1 Good 31 People 61 Phone 2lnterestng 32 Will 62 Will 3 You'll 33 Change 63 Generous 4 Premature 34 Appreciate 64 An 5 News 35 Shown 65 And 6 New 36 Annoying 66 Views 7 Travel 37 Find 67 Good 8 If 38 Yourself 68 Results 9 People 39 Interference 69 Picture 10 Be 40 Of 70 And 11 Ignore 41 Advice 71 Fa.i 12 Action 42 In 72 Relatives 13 Other 43 Your 73 Future 14 Don't 44 Figure 74 Finances 15 Quick 45 Pace 75 Interests 16 Hesitate 46 Things 76 Associote 17 Peoples' 47 Misdirected 77 In 18 Expect 48 Hove 78 A 19 An 49 Surprising 79 Peoceful 20 It 50 You 80 Out 21 Action 51 Action 81 Spending 22 Or 52 Develop 82 Loving 23 Unusual 53 To 83 And 24 You 54 Regarding 84 Could 25 Tokes 55 Getting 85 Places 26 Moy 56 In 86 Mood 27 Opportunity 57 A 87 Mood 28 Could 58 Your 88 Yourself 29 Moy 59 To 89 Ideas 30 A 60 From 90 Begin ·Mv*x Good (gp Adverse DEC. 21 3-10-56-57, -r 63-65-82-86^ LIIRA Sf FT. 23 SCORPIO ocr. 23 HOY. 21 11-13-17-41 44-46-80- SAGITTARIUS NOK. 22 CAMICORN DfC. 22 JAN. 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