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all EDITION* 82 the Arizona Republic Phoenix, Tues., Nov. 4, 1969 Mansfield pushes Haynsworth vote Both deals. NORTH 4 A 16 ft R 0 AK743 4 Void WEST EAST AJ764J 4KQ OJ» SOUTH <? AQ54 02 4. A 10 8 7 4 2 The bidding: South West North 1* Pass 10 IS? Pass 2* 3 + Pass «<? Pas* Fas* Opening lead: Four of * by ruffing a diamond, West overruffed with the six of hearts and declarer fell short of the goal. By CHARLES H. GOREN Asi unusual series of upper- Both vulnerable, cuts in the trump suit by East enabled his partner, West, to score the setting trick against Sooth's six-heart contract with the singleton six of hearts. West opened the four of spades alt ho ugh the six of trumps would have been a much more effective choice. Declarer put up dummy's ace of spades and, observing that he had four top tricks available in the side suits, it appeared to him that the best play for the slam hinged on scoring all eight hearts separately, that is, via a complete cross-ruff. South cashed the dummy's top diamond honors and discarded his remaining spade. Observing the fall of West's jack of diamonds, declarer decided to ruff himself in with a small spade. The ace of clubs was taken and a club trumped with the seven of hearts. Now if just one more spade could be singled in with his five of hearts, South could complete his cross-ruff with absolute assurance, for lie would be down to the top five trumps. East had other -thoughts, however, and when the third round of spades was led from dummy, he carefully trumped in with the eight of hearts in order to prevent declarer from making good another small trump. South' was obliged to overruff with the queen of hearts. A club was ruffed with the 10 of hearts and on the next spade play, East ruffed with the nine of hearts to force out the ace. Dummy was re-entered by trumping another club, but when South tried to score with his last trump, the five, South OQ10865 East Pass P«» Paw United Press International WASHINGTON - Democratic leader Mike Mansfield, declaring it is time the Senate faced up to the Haynsworth controversy, said yesterday he hoped to begin floor debate next week on the embattled Supreme Court nomination. "We've delayed too long on this matter," Mansfield told reporters, "and we ought to face up to it." He said a Senate vote on the controversial chief of the 4th U.S. Court of Appeals should come after three or four days of debate. "I have no indication of a filibuster," Mansfield said. Indications were that a vote on the Senate floor on President Nixon's selection of Clement F. Haynsworth Jr. probably could come around Nov. 17 or 18 — three months after Haynsworth was named. Griffin of Michigan said that it would be better if the Haynsworth nomination never came to a vote. "I've said in the past that I thought it would be best if Judge Haynsworth himself were to ask to have the nomination withdrawn," Griffin said. "I think it would be in the best interests of the Supreme Court not to have the matter come to a vote." Griffin conceded, however, that the President had said in "no uncertain terms" that he would not withdraw the nomination or agree to such a request from Haynsworth. Since then, Haynsworth's nomination has drawn sharp criticism, particularly over conflict of interest charges stemming from his participation in court cases involving companies in whicli he held stocks. A UPI poll, showed 43 senators on record against the nomination, 3? supporting it and 20 either undecided or unwilling to say howr they will vote. CARPET REMNANTS SALE • In-Outdoor 100 O99 • Nylon I fo «"vd. Acme Floor Co. 1010 E. Washington •258-6069 UNIVERSAL MEMORIAL CENTER ACCEPTED TWO LOCATIONS: F HOME A s L DOWNTOWN llth ST., and JEFFERSON CENTRAL AVE. 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