The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 4, 1970 · Page 22
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June 4, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 22

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PMC B-10 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland ^ Ttantay. JHM 4, Mil Mutt And Jeff Winthrop Hie Jackson TwiM Bugs Bunny HERB'S VER CHANEjJ[_ 'THE FOOD WAS GOOD AND THE SERVICE WAS EXCELLENT! GLAD YA LIKED ; I I'M SO PLEASED THAT ALTHOUGH IT'S AGAINST PWINClPLESy I'M OIN6 TO LEAVE A T/P/ MY ^, r t-*l THANKS,RJPDSYJ NOW HAD ANOTHER NICKEL X COULD MAKE A PHOMS Alley Oop Side Glances S H7C kr NtA Inc. TM «M US. »· OH "I wish to report a complaints clerk who says, 'Picky, picky, picky'!" Negative Double Finds Heart Slam By Oswgld James Jacoby NORTH A A 2 V K J 7 6 · A93 4 Q J 7 5 WEST 4 K Q J 9 5 V 5 4 2 · KQ10 #104 EAST 4U0873 V103 · J 7 6 5 4 486 SOUTH (D) 4 6 4 V A Q 9 8 · 82 4 A K 9 3 2 ^Both vulnerable West*, North East ! 1* Dble Pass Pass 24 Pass Pass 4N.T. Pass Pass 5 N.T. Pass Pass 6 V Pass Opening lead--4 Most of the time the negative double is used with a rather weak hand--7-11 high- card points., The idea is that it gives you a chance to compete safely at a low level. This doesn't mean that you can't use it with a very strong h a n d as the start toward a slam. The way to get to the slam is to f o l l o w the negative double with a cue bid of the enemy suit. This cue bid by responder does not necessar ily show control of the adverse suit. It merely announces that responder is forcing to game. North and South were playing the s i m p l e negative double so that North's double of one s p a d e guaranteed hearts. South's two-heart bid was the normal response to the double. His j u m p to four hearts after North's cue bid merely showed that he had bid his two hearts cheerfully. Remember t h a t the two heart call had not shown any additional values. The f o u r - h e a r t bid was enough to send North winging to the s l a m . He even tried five no-trump as a mild try for seven. Six hearts makes easily South wins the spade lead draws trumps, discards dum my's losing spade on the long SO WEATHER FORECAST - Rain is forecast today for most of the South and bonder states. The Northeast can expect cool weather. (APWirephotoMap) What's Missing? Answer to Previovs ACROSS 1 Going to the 5 and the tortoise 9Heand -12 Toward the sheltered side 13 Rainbow 14 Pull along after with a rope 15 Translation 17 and cakes ISA loss 19 Harsher 21 Pay through the 23 Sorrowful 24 Coolidge 27 Hostelries 29 Bribe 32 Baltimore 34 Exaggerate 36 Steal in on---37 Blush 38 Way down 39 Bridge 41 Droop 42" Little Indians" 44 Suffix (pi.) 46 "Who is the of all?" 49 Fencing swords 53 Grampus 54 Quality of being shrill 56 Pen and 57 "Be on your " 58 Hebrew month 59 Masculine nickname 60 and pepper 61 Was borne DOWN 1 Javelin 2 Margarine 3 Diminutive of gentleman 4 Portable chair HAVE A HI-THERE, V CK3AR.' YOUNG FEUAJ r.- (t Priscilla's Pop -or miss 6 Ascended 7 squad 8 Anglo-Saxon slaves 9 Criterions 10 Cavity 11 Widemouthed pitcher 16 Philippine municipality 20 Ranted and 22 Cuts 24 Dove shed 25 Operatic solo 26 Certain · cosmetics 28 Rail birds 30 Notion 31 It won't be now 33 Musteline mammal 35 Having small apertures 40 Sea bird 43 Arboreal homes , 45 Lance 46 Blunt weapon for fencing 47 English composer 48 Greek portico 50 Within (comb, form) 51 Habitat plant form 52 Withered 55 Devotee WHEN TVWO SAMES FOR TME 1 12 15 18 2 3 4 ^·B 16 ^ 13 8 ZO 17 10 11 The Born Loser r UESS WAT..,ie)PLE OM THE SFKT ARE^ 6oufe ID BDWJorr A HEMBDR FOR uof^ Eek Meek (Nt*spap*r fnttrpritt Ann.) club and eventually loses a diamond. Six clubs can't be made because there are only 11 tricks in that suit. The 4-4 heart fit produces the extra trick with hearts as trump; the 5-4 club fit won't help with clubs as trump. Six hearts might well be reached without the use of the negative double. These modern wonder bids aren't always essential. All we can say is that the n e g a t i v e double sure helped this time. (Newspaper Enterprise Ann.) ARIES MA*. 2) -AfS. 11 , 7- 8-10-2. TAURUS *·-» MAX 20 , 4- 5-12-1 ^31-35-51 _ GEMINI V^rJVNt m 7 S\47-50-59-67 1/70-77-81-85 CANCER , JUNE 11 JJUt'r 22 (-40-54-57 LEO JULY tl V ,. AUG. 22 \ 9-26-3C-38 VIRGO *(/». M ' S(rT. 22 \16-19-25-29l -By CLAY R POLLAN- t Your Daily Activity Guidt M · ^ According fo f/ie Start. '' To develop message for Thursday, read words correspond ing to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. , Today's iMoke 3 Contacts 4 You 5 Discover 6 No 7Toct 8 And 9 Solution 10 Diplomacy 11 Don't 12 Things 13 Gadgets KWith 15 Give 16 Remain 17 Which 18 Others 19 Loyal 20 Fullest 21 Executives 22 Organize 23 Bring " 24 Colled 25 To 26 Of 27 Especially 28 Your 29 Mate 30 A 31 Explain 32 For 33 Change 34 Electrical 35 A 36 If 37 Promises 38 Problem 39 You 40 Of 41 Don't 42 Good 43Doy 44 Cooperation 45 In 46 Expect 47 There're 48 Results 49 It'll 50 Signs 51 Mystery 52 Plan 53 And 54 Heart 55 Them 56 Around 57' Works 58 Ignore 59 Of 60 Equipment (§) Adverse I 61 May 62 A 63 Wonders 64 Pay 65 Dividends 66 For 67 Delays 68 Stronger 69 Traveling 70 Obstacles 71 Be 72 Get 73 You 74 Must 75 Temptation 76 An 77 And 78 Be 79 An 80 From 81 Financial 82 Accomplished-MM, 83 Argument 84 Handled 85 Limitations 86 Early 87 Easily 88 Others 39 Carefully 90 Start iVutul LIMA sen. 21 SCOKMO OCT. 23 HOV. 2" 1- 3-14-21/ 23-42-48 ( SAGITTARIUS NOV. 22. 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