The News, Frederick, Md., Friday, November 23, 1951 1THK GUMPS Can't Kefp A fiood Man Dow YES, UNCLE BIM...SWELL... ANDY IS UIM6ELF AGAIN... WHAT? SOMETUIN6 IMPORTANT, YOU SAY? WAIT. .. I'LL P APTER ALL, YOU \YpU BET WE REALIZE TLIAT BIM ^^UtN'T, MAYN'T GOT A CORNER \ ANDY ON ALL. THE BRAINS OP ) DARLING- TUE GUMP FAMILY- SURE YOU WERE, THOU6H I DIDN'T WAS GETTINio -SUSPICICUS OP FLORIAN "STUMPS MVSILF... CHRIS WELKIN, PLANETEER No Gold--Aluminum THOSE ARE BUT COMMON METAL3 CERTAINLY . WHAT IT, . ILVEK'? A* SCIENTIFIC MgN, (3REAT DEAL F-PZOM EACH OTHER J PR. AMP WE'LL HAVE TIME TO EXCHAN6-B IDEA 1 ^ WHILE AWAITING OF YOWK CO VOW MEAN WE'RE ^ fCIPMAPEP? FKOMi WB WANT ,_ KEFINEO . :4 ALUMINUM! Answer to Previous Puzzle Famous Statue HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Depicted famous statue, the -*Victory 7 It now Is In the Carnival T. n. BEC. O. S. P*T, OFF. COPR. 19S1 8V HE* SIBVICf. INC. 'Ta can't case a Job too careful these days, MLnggsyl lights being' off don't mean iiothin'!" Since TV. the Â· JACOB Y ON BRIDGE Silence Sometimes Louder Than Words NORTH 23 A A K 5 Â¥ A K 2 Â» A K 9 2 + 962 WEST EAST D) A 10 98? A Q J 6 3 V 10 9 6 5 3 V J 8 7 Â» 8 5 4 6 *Q3 * A K J 1 0 7 SOUTH A-12 * Q 4 * Q J 10 7 4 S 4.S54 East-West vul. East South West North 1 * 2 * Pass 3 * Pass 3 4 Pass 5* Pass Â£as3 Pass Opening lead--A 10 Radio Program NEC Â«STBAi 1090 kc CBS MBS ABC WFMD WOR WTVIAL 930 kc 710 kc 630 kc By OSWALD JACQBY Written For NBA Service In an expert game, what you do is important enough--but what you don I do is almost as import- tant. Every word you speak is sure, to be heard--but your silence may drown out all the other sounds. The point is illustrated in the bidding of the hand shown today. East's opening bid of one club is normal enough, and South's jump to two diamonds is an example of a type of shutout bid that many experts favor. Let's take a moment out for this jump bid. Many experts use a jump over-call to show a weak hand but a long salt--except when .. . . Evening 6:00--News fnr 15 Min.--nbc-chÂ» Nntwork Silent Hr.--abc-mbs-east Kiddles Hr. (rpt.)--abc-mbs-wesl 8:15--Discussion Snrles--cbs 8:45--iSfflwscnst By Thrco--tibo News Broadcast--cbs 7:00--News Commentary--nbo Btnilnirs Skit--cbs N(\Â«-s Commentary--nbo News Commentary--mbn 7:15--.Tack Smith Show--KbÂ» Dally Commentary--nbc Tomorrow's Football--mbÂ» 7:30--News Broadcast---nbo Bob Crosby Club--cbs Lone RmiRcr Dramn--abe News Comment--mbs 7:4$--One Man's Family--nbo Nmvs Broadcast---cbs . KvfnlnÂ£ Nowsreel--mbÂ» J:00--Roy Kogrers--nbc Feature Program--cbs fiiclinrd Diamond--nbo Masrazlno Theater--mbÂ» 8:15--Muslclantl USA--cbÂ« 8:30--Martin Lewis--nbc This is F.B.I. 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In other words, it is .usually a shutout bid, but it does show a good hand in, the worst of the four possible vulnerability .situations. It should be remembered that many other fine players prefer to use the jump over-call to show a good (hand no matter what the vulnerability is. Certainly in the average game around the- country, if your partner makes a . jump over-call it Is safe to assume that he has a good hand. In this case, of course, North knew his partner and k'new that he had a poor hand. It was easy to work out in this case anyway, 13 Interstice 14 Ingenious 15 Pedal digit 16 Angry 18 Mountain in Crete 19 Half an em 20 Gabbles 22 Displaced person (ab.) 23 Mature 25 Robust 27 Cicatrix 28 One-spots 29 Providing 30 Weight (ab.) 31 Greek letter 32 Negative reply 53 Proceeds 35 Goddess of discord 36 Impolite 39 Domestic slave 40 Diminutive suffix 41 Injures 47 Samarium (symbol) 48 Superlative ending 50 Toil 51 Point a weapon 52 Stops 54 Things to be done 56 Musical exercises 57 Subdue IWets 2 Satiric 3 Born 4 Leave 5 Pen name of Charles Lamb. 6 Missile 7 Tardy 8 German river 9 Chaldean city 10 Town in Kenya 11 Enigma 12 Warehouses 17 Near 20 Spread 21 Indians 24 Hurt 26 Performers 33 It comes from 34 Beginning 36 Interior 37 Sailor 42 To the sheltered side 43 Assemble 44 College degree (ab.) 45 Gazelles 46 Therefore 49 Kind of cross 51 Insect 53 "Coyote State' (ab.) 55 From (prefix) 5 a 57 TJo b 37 23; 'Ah Tell Yuh--Thev're Revenooers 9 ;ince North could see most of the ligh cards right in his own hand. He wanted to make sure of getting o game and also to make some Â·sort of try for slam. The cue-bid of three clubs was all he could hink of. Â· Right here was where East's silence spoke loudly. Surely East wanted to invite a club opening ead: surely he had no reason to nvite a lead in any other suit. He could have indicated his club trength by doubling the cue-bid of three clubs. That wouldn't be he,final contract, of course, but he double would guarantee that East had a good, sound club suit. When East failed to double, it eemed that he didn't want a club ead- West paid careful attention o this in choosing his opening lead, and therefore selected the ten of spades. This allowed South to run the first 11 tricks, since he could discard a club on one of dummy's hearts. If West had led a club, as he would have done if East had doubled three clubs. East would have taken the first three tricks in that suit. 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