The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 29, 1986 · Page 6
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April 29, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

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t-A THE BAYTOWN SUN Tu«*day, April 39, 19* Bridge MICS Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 College degree (abbr.) 4 Actor Flynn 9 Sound of contempt 12 Gypsy man 13 Stringed instrument 14 Commit theft 15 Actress Claire 16 Swallowed 17 Bustle 18 Viper 20 Ancient Roman magistrate 22 Kind of sign 23 Scouting organization (abbr.) 26 Units 27 Stole cattle 29 CIA forerunner 30 3, Roman 31 Crimson 33 Landing boat 34 Sick 35 Feather scarf 37 Curative 41 Actress Anna May 42 Even (poet.) 43 Greek temple 45 Unsuccessful car 47 Gothic arch 48 52, Roman 49 Misstep 53 Bernstein, for short 54 Theodore, for short 55 Artist's stand 56 Sea bird 57 Compass point 58 Portion 59 Genetic material (abbr.) DOWN 1 Actor Keith 2 Absence makes the heart grow 3 Vegetable punk 4 At all 5 Inlet 6 Stagnate 7 Spanish cheer 8 Country road 9 Minds 10 Lots 11 Wind instruments 19 Stored fodder 21 Drawing nonsense 23 Carefree 24 Compass point 25 Man's name 2B It is (cont.) 32 House addition Answer to Previous Puzzle NORTH 4-IM* +AKJI54 •• * > v « » • AIDS • A7 WEST EAST • 98 *Q10 ¥9532 ¥86 •K52 *76 4-Q9 65 *J 10 SOUTH 47 VKQJ 107 •Q J984 • K8 32 432 Vulnerable: Neither Dealer: North West Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass North Eait 2* Pass 2* Pass 3V Pass 4 • Pass 5* Pass 6 • Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: V 2 South 2V 3* 4* 4 NT 5 NT 7V 35 Torsos 36 Kickoff type 38 Electrical engineer (abbr.) 39 Fastened 40 Rule 41 Sores 44 Medicinal plant 46 Residue 47 Heraldic bearing 50 Short for hurrah 51 Roya! Scottish Academy (abbr.) 52 Over (poet.) (c)I986 by NEA. Inc Don't discard till you're sure By James Jacoby Bidding all the way to seven hearts was a bit much. Perhaps South expected dummy to have a more robust spade suit in view of the strong opening bid of two clubs. Although I like opening the North hand with a strong two-bid (artificial or not), many experts would prefer an initial bid of only one spade. Like it or not, you find yourself in seven hearts. Cover the East-West hands with your thumbs and plan the play. Declarer played four rounds of trump, discarding two small diamonds from dummy. He reasoned that there was a good chance that the spade suit would come home for him. All he needed to find was a 3-3 spade split, or a doubleton queen of spades in either hand. If he relied on the diamond finesse instead, he would need the king onside plus a 3-2 diamond split. Alas, because East held four spades to the queen, the contract was doomed on declarer's line of play. Declarer can actually combine both lines of play with little risk. After playing two rounds of hearts, he should then play A-K of spades and ruff a spade. If the spade queen drops, he can safely draw trumps, throwing diamonds from dummy. But with the spade suit not coming in, he can now pull trumps while throwing useless spades from dummy, and then fall back on the diamond finesse. The key to the proper play is not forcing dummy to discard before you know which suit you must rely upon to make your contract. '1986 NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. Astrograph Bernice Bede Osol cfour tffirthday April 30, 1986 Important objectives will be advanced in the year ahead through rather unusual circumstances. Sources you'd least expect will serve as springboards to success. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) To make your presence felt today, you might make an unwise change in something your associates are conducting smoothly. Major changes are ahead for Taurus in the coming year. Send for your Astro-Graph predictions today. Mail $1 to Astro-Graph, c/o this newspaper, Box 1846. Cincinnati. OH 45201. Be sure to state your zodiac sign. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Someone BUGS BUNNY -by Warner Bros. dealing with you in a frank and open manner will not appreciate it today if you are not forthright. CANCER (June 21-July 22) All should go.rather well for you today in job or career related matters. But where your social interests are concerned, you might find thorns among the roses. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Your common sense and good judgment will alert you as to how to handle a sticky issue today. However, you may ignore them and continue with ineffective procedures. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your ambitious plans will be thwarted today if you do not have the good will of people whose help is essential. Don't ruffle anyone's feathers. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) It's best at this time to keep social relationships social. Getting involved with a friend in a business venture could spell problems. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Think twice about throwing good money after bad today to salvage a losing situation. If it's a proven bummer, walk away from it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dcc. 21) Your relationships with others will run smoothly during the early part of the day, but toward evening you might get a little moody and be difficult to please CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Something you're involved In appears to be a bargain. But, upon closer examination, it might be costly in ways you haven't considered. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) You won't generate rumbles on the home front today if you treat family members with the same consideration you show your friends. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) This can be a productive day for you, provided your attention is focused on practical objectives. Keep your eye on your target at all times. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Think through all of the ramifications before making a large purchase or assuming any new financial obligations today. Your resources have limitations. © 19H, NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. KIT 'N' CARLYLE ® by Urry Wright NEW PLANET <9N THE OTH0? OF MO VOL) PLAN TO SEND A MANNEI7 FLIGHT Pf?. NO, i THINK ILL SBNP A CAPTAIN IASY ®by Creoha 4 "Mitt RIMCP FOR PIVIUS CHIEF. LOOK* LIKS THiY'tt RIAPVTO I'M TAXI W4 Hi* POWNi HAN« ONTO VOU* •TOMACHi WA*H. VOURMACMIMf ALLEY OOP ^ by Dave Qraue HUSH NOW.' I THINK I HEARD THE WIZER. 1 LET'S-I> ARLO AND JANIS * by Jimmy Johnson I'MSWKYIWDH'TIHIHKOFIT THING& WOW? Yf\RD THAT OWH5 MlGHTTrtHK MKWE9W! WOi, DID IT WORK? eWWH TO HI* THAT It 1 * LIKfc SNAKE TALES™ by Sols FRANK AND ERNEST 'by Bob Thaves MASOCHIST CLINIC THEY'RE- CLO.TFP. THEY 5AIP Tt> PUT MY 5HOES ON THE CALL THEM IM THE MORNING. WINTHROP ®by Dick Cavall! HI/SPOTLESS... WHERE/ARE Y<3/J TO THE DENTIST.. VVANTTOCOWE WITH ME? YOU'VE GOT TO BE THE >STRAN<3EST KID I KNOW, SPOTLESS. * it THE BORN LOSER 'by Art Sansom BRJTUS wte w urc OF we PAKW. MR. MEN'" AND LITTLE MISS™ by Hargreaves & Seller* ( MT NEVER TRUST /AY EYES AGAIN ' THEM TAKE <s>NE ' I WHAT V THINK? 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