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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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THE DAILY NEWS. TBSDCBXCK. MD. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1931, Summary Of Outstanding National And International Events Of The Last 12 Months January. -Pres.dent Hoover proclaims Lotion nival treaty us e£ect 3--Marshal Joseph JoSre, 78, of GsrlhJ ar«J Lord accord to end Ganih-s campaign ^1: L^I:T1!££ ^^e^^er V.^on ,e~3S Ss-al, Braz-1. after !,600-«^e f c '" e . expec 103. ^exp.oces en N«w- JLir. e.er oce*= T*o planes crash, - , Rl _^- ^"r^;^ on Ca-.bbean Match. 'resiiiest S3.uci.ez Orro. cf Peru. i--Sapreme 10^^-1 upholds freedom LuKlbergt start Irons Washington ider arsr- and riavj pressure. C { ^H,. press ceclarmg Minnesota press flight to Orient. isst tu- ona.1. JO--Russell Boardmas sdd John PC- --- « - « - « * * . £ p4 ££- «£ £Sv£*S: -^^"^^r^f^rof' Cies Its v, 4Ti\e 111 tilled btates f-T c-ja i ;j_Maiumotr naw cir-gi^lr Airor. U-erstes -.\ - 's Freiiatrr Hoover. j The Sports Champions For 1931 S--Pope .isues 16 000-word encyclical , g _. gn-, p rlso: -e rs y«ot at JoL-et, E, 27--Arr.olc Betine 1 ', W, Brtrisa aa- mor, ^ ,*v it--Kn.t-e K.Kiae, 43. Notre Dame footaal! coa.cn. 3.1.2 se\ers others, fculed 7--Anton Cer=^i, Deoaxrrat elected major of C^ca^j. tieleai-rsg B:g B.U Triaaijsson 9--Nicholas L.o=gicorth, 6!, speaker « the HO-* of Ra^^e*^ ^ ^ g ^ ^ ^ ^ P,^^. 3--W!se« reaches 57 cents a busbel. lando fly to Isianbu'. Turfcev. settles u laucciied -ud c-a new d stance reco-c 50145 muef. mad?:i f«jht 31--Wheat reaches. sie» *w f.r aC tiBif *6 i-e=ti ACGlST 1--WiCkersbam report charges sa- ijon-nide breakdown: ol police system. 5--German baste open for normal ix^mebS f?r firs-t time in tixre«? S--Cotton tor October delivery for 6 7 ceats a pcund lowest price iirjce 1905 8--Mrs Uxner ci-r^teas Na\y curl- 8ib5e. Akros. 9--Re\olut--:i breaks out in Cuba 17--One iw-iaad cu^uaeaca cfcx* 1 631 «! as«i gas wlj in cut Texas by order of G^emor Ross Sterling. 18--Mrs 3ss.e McCoy Davt, ortg- :S_0- -luaae , ret.r«i nor'.d ^hiiup. -u becjjB's fs-her ' Auto Kactaf ChawpUwa -- lou Seiaelder, -ar.d Westera Amateur--Don. Sioe. Port- Ij-'dymapolis. Tcirty die in frre at Home for Aged Little J-j'y -J5 ."0--Mr^ Ha'. ..i Ci"a"*jy appointed to t s»r\e out ui.cxp.red tetm of her !»'«?. im^bftixi 2^ MTiator of ArVaussv?. firs" ·» oinai to become regular member of j "J -- Cjn'Jn~- s-.» aiarif J- .».-e i U. C j _.j -- 1... ,.c a-v- : American ietgot--PfaiSadelpIxla Atii- Louis Cardinal Open-- Bd Dudler. Mrs O S tftti, ror.deounj ttal mamase. ciiorce and .r..2 csn'rol. 15--Leagye of Natto=s considers Ar- i^ie Brand's p!ao for a "Cnlted =iates of Europe" 19--Wtckersham coasmission report n proai.t.oa enforcecsmi. goes to President after 19 sioatss' research. 22--Anna Pavlowa. 45. worjd's lead^5 oal-er-na, dies. 25--Mahatzna GandhJ released from Srtt^n prsoa in. India after riffle contns. 29--S^retary of State Stimsoa apol- 2ss to Italy for remarks made by klaj -Gers Sacedle? Butler at Pnilacel- hia abojt MussolSsi- 30--Pierre LavaT becomes premier of 'ranee. au:ce 1896. to three Chicago, speaks at the memorial at Manor, O 19--Ussaiit Beardmore, a CaaadlaE, ra»kes the firet nsotorless sa-pline fl^h*. acroES the English Channel 20--PrwtQeEt Hooter proposes one- year ntoratoritan on debts. 23--WUey Post and Harold Gatty take off from Roose\e:t Field. N V, or« t.".eir roucd-the-world flight. Eght 15 hours and 51 mjiutes Jater irded at Roosevelt Field. ash in Ma- Japanese ar.d C'- Hwria. St-?'. 1?. H--American Legi,:: ui con\e3t:o^. at Detroit ^tes for national rrferenttuai : T repeil or n:l:Hca';oa of proiub.- Uon laws "t--PftUippine legislature zacri-o- r.alaes Congress to gran'. Fh'l.;;,i.es iaunel-ate aidcpesdcnce ^9--j; e -» -v orld s *?«.'d record. 40-1 S ni-s an -i^ur set b. FUgl^t Litti- t«".ar.t G H Su.nforU: i.ear Cali--.-' £· glatxi October 5--Clk Pangborn and ll'-gh Hera- toe West ^^ C4ty. National Le»ju--St Louis Cardinals Boekrr (.M i-kl obamplocs). Sattonal league--Montreal Canadians American Association -- St. Paul (Stanley Cap ) Sa .'s In---»r!.a'iocal League--Windsor Ba!l- Ir.'.ercational lague--RocJiester Red- ecu,^ ' Pacific Coast l*«gu*--San Francisco lnterc r »Ue«!a'e--U S Naval Acadsnv three hundred g^-j Swimming a M- ticj JJ'.IT- Anier.can League batting--Al Sins- V S MCE--Bosfr Crabbe. Los Aa- 3 Us Philadelphia. g ira · ' - r i-.d K"«.f- Nj'iv»nal Leagtie ba'tiTK--Chick Haley L S. Wsait-a--M^ Hcj-ne Madison, December American League Most VaJtiab^ Tennis \t*rnr v~« s Wa.lff Nei» p - aYer --***** a****- PaE»deJphi». B-"jh Men's Doubts-George Lot:. I--Msyor .r-.es J v ' 3 - e -_ « j^ e « N.ttajal Letwue Most Valuable PUT- Cn.^aso. John Van Ryn. PhfladeipMa r--Frank Frisch. St. Loois. Briiisr. M?r:'s S^gs--Sidney B American League PUehlnf--Lefry \\iod New Yoric. -\ t . L - . c j v i j . 5- ;KH- vSt-i G'o\e. Pniladelphi*. Bjitaii Womcas Doubles--Miss Dorot--'~. \t.l K Ba\'c* s:. l!-"S ·''· Na''o:i3l Leagtte Pttehlng--Bill HaLa- '.^ Shepherd BaTor, Miss vrc U:»i «.«! " 'J «..'.ed t^. i-ash fca- St Louis. M re!. Great Br.-aln. -r Tea: . F-.in -isc - I - . ·; -- jx ,-.'\-s, -:'d s.erage speed of 1458 miles an hour. 25--Prores«or Albert Epstein e 1 ?- - nal Yaraa Yama gJ'. and ·jour.cL, :ei theory of uni-.erse ir.creas- R-cfcard Hara-i-g Da\!s, di«* ir^ lr. s^e !Ae acp bubble 18--Paul Whiteman, 41, is wed to Max S:^mell-r;g. vrorld heavywe^ht champion, knocks ojt Young StribUns :n 13 roJEds at Clevelano, July 3. FeWnary. 3--New Zealand eerthQttaS« kills 150 30--Mysterious explos.on wrecks name injures 1,500. -,al chemical plant at Rio de Janeiro, 5--Capt. Malcosin Campbell breaks killing 150, injuring 300 co-Id's automobile record by driving Slay. !45 miles per hour at Daytora Beach, I--One miVJoa Coznmnists parade "ia,. R«cord was 251. past toiab of Lenra » Moscow's May 6---Pundit Mofflal Nerhu, Indian °*? eeleintion. .^»~,«^ n -'«.-- York, tallest struct-jre to world. rttH President aanouace $20,000,000 2 -3«orge P. Baker, 91, dean of arm relief fund. WaU S:ree ., Tjasiers, dies. 12--Pope Plus for the first t!me ad- 4--Mustapha Kemal elected to third tresses the Trorld by radio. four-year t*rnT as Turkey's pres.dent. 18--IKHUS Wolheim, 50, stage and fr--Pres'aeat Douniergue of Prance con fly the Pacific. ,. ,,,, , H* 1 ^ 1 Powers, -bluebeard sjyer, ar- 5_6eaator Dewign- W Morrow 5«. ro^-n more than 15,000 miles at an rested ta C !arksburg. W Va. Aug. 25. of ^« Jergey . £ ot 0--Pres'.dent Hoo%er nnnource.-. Ta- :.onai cred.t p'.an. _ 7--Damr! Frer..n, 82 famed W-^^'-or, Margaret Li\mgston. 29. His fourth d - es marriage 16--Divorce, never before perm.tted 19--Walter S Gi'ford appointed un- to Spain. Is voted by National Assesr.blv employment rehef cba-rman by Hoover. if--Hoover speaks at Yorh:om cel^ 25--National goxernment with Ram- bratton. sav MacDonald ?.s head aciounced sn 18--Thomas A Edison invento- c cs England. 22--Premier P.crre La 1 ,a! of Frai'L- 25--Harry Powers. · bluebeard" slaj- arrnes in America, er. arrested ai Clarksburg, W. Va. 23--Winnie Ruth Judd. alleged trunk 25--Yuko Hamagnchi 61, former rrtirderess, surrenders In Las Angeles premier of Japan cics 24--Lcar-e of Nations aoks Japan to start 150-rubber bridge tournament ··_Revo-ution breaks out In For- '.'-'hdraw her troops fom Manchuria 3--Ju-.in N. Ga-a-^r. L mocrVv of tLit ,_. 25 Al Capone sentenced to 11 jeary 1e\a5 tkcted speaker of the House. 26^-Frank Harris. 75, author and in" prison. $50,000 fine, and J100.000 10--Jane Addains, Chicago social critic, d-es. Ma'or League Home Runs--B«be Ruth con- a .J Lou Gehnc. Nei\ York Yankera. C ·. in B«»ketball bouuiiern Intercollegiate--Marvland s t Big 'i?n--: Big Six--! boaihwest--Teiaa Christen. Rocky MountaU)--Utah Paclnc Coast--Washington. National A. A U --Wiclut* Henns. Professional--Brooklyn Visitations. BUUrds Pocket BUlarda -- Bnrin Rudolph. Women s Singles-- Pr»u5ela j Clevelaod. I 181 Balkltoe--Willie Hoppe, Cap -- Frame V. S Men's Doublei-- W.^ner Alh- sj:. Aus'.n. John Van Rjn. P-iiladel- pa'a u S Men s Singles-- Ellsworth Vtoes. Pasageaa. P-ofevs-oBal Singles-- William T. Tlid- e:. II P.T.Udfipliia. U S Watnens Doubts -- Mrs Eileen Brr.nc-t Whlttingstall; Mi« Betty Nut- Ma.L Great Britain. V S Women's Singles -- Mrs. Helen A\ -.n ! e U 1^5 J-xiti Paoenix. ·-.rik 5 j \ t - surrenders -i. Los U~: "S - i- r~ IK . ,-E.r cuiberuon ci^^-« Sidney W.'Is Moody. San Francisco w^ht*i'*n C-'p--United States 'Yo'k Track aad FfeJd i 18^ Ba!kl!r,e--Jake Scnaffer. Chicago In'crco"egi ste--Southern California. 1 aree-cuhioa--Art Thurnblati. Clu- National A. A. U--Los Angeles Ath- ugo. : :.-- Ciub ! Bmrliug 100-Yard Dash--Frank Wykolf, Lo» i All-event*--M Mauser, Youngstown Ass;c'es A C ' Doubles--Ed. RaCerty-Chas Reiliy, "20-Yard Dash--Ediie Tolan, Univer- 'P:i'!ade!phia j.ty of M'chigaR. Singles--Willy Ciacs. Erie. -440-Yard Dasa--Vic Williams, Los Team--S. and L. Motors. Chicago Ar.scSes A C. Boxing 880-Yard Run--Ed Gcnung, Washmg- I Heavyweight--Max Schmellnc. Ger- tor. A C many One Mile Run--Leo Lermond, Bos- Ligl'.t Heavyweight--Max Rosenb'oom, Un Ne»- York. High Hurdles--Percy Beard. Ne» 1 Welterweight--Lou Brouiilard, Wor- Low Hurdles--Bob Maxwell. Los Aa« Coloriel and Mrs Charles A. Lind- creen actor, dies. opens Frencn Colonial Esposition at f bsrgn in Tokio. r2.\.ng left ton. D. C. Ju'y 27, oa fl s~~ to Oneat. 23--Admiral Sdouard von CapeUe, Paris. ·5, TCSO d-rectcd German XJ-boat drive 9--Dr. Albert A Mishe-son, tB. re- 26--Trader Horn (Alfred Alcysius a -ia'7-19'8 dies nowned physicist, dies Smith). 79, ad'.enturer aro author, ·"^ ' 13--Paul Doumer j elected president o ^ 26 -- Tee Yori World, Pulitzer of Pranre ^J?%TM'£ ^nn^nn 5 ^^ Isl-B^obUcan government of Spain rd interests for $5,000,000. decrees seizure of Alfonso's per- JLLY 3--Ma^ Scnmeliiig. heavyweight 2---Senate passes war veterans' bo- 50^1 property. " ' caarnp on, knocks out Young Stribling. ms bS over President's veto, and it i4_David Belasco, 7C, theatrical pro- 4--Eight dead. 368 seriously injured wcoines a law. ducer t dies " ^ celebrating 155th anniversary of na.- 28--EngJand, France, Italy jeach an 30--President Hoover makes Memor- lion's -^dependence iccord OIL naval lin-tation qtiestioas, isl Day address E.Z Valley Porge. 4--Proh-bition aeents announce Al Capone's liquor system coders one- -- w0 "^' »** Xte**'-** *""** B "^:j CC Li e ghtw«i«h^-Tony Cananerl. Brook- ^gh"Jump-Anton Burg. Illinois A. 25--Charles A. ConiSskey. 73, owner p-cskier-.t of Columbia, awarded Nobel 1^ c or Chicago White Sox. dies Peace oriie. Junior Lightweight--Kid Chocolate, Broad Jump--Alfred Bates. Meadow- 28--WUliam H Gardner, president ;i--Harry Po«e^. We«t Virginia | Cuba . brook ^ c of Navy League, charges Pres.dent Hoo- · -j.uebcard.' found gu.lti at Clarks- Featherweight--Bat Battalino, Hart- "sbot'put^Hcrman BrLx, Los Angeles ler with 'abismal ignorance' November 3--"General" Jacob S Co^ey elected mavor of Massilion. O jurl r ix convicts make prison break *^ ncn,Vntiarv at Leaven- ·a j-th, Kas . kidnapping Thomas B \Vh.'e 14--Chiarg Ka.-^liek resells as presi- G-Senator T H Ca-a-Aay of Ar- ^^{Jj^ar.* cho^e Chicago for 4--Lloyd George resigns as head of Liberal party in Englana. kar.sas dies. 9--Prince Nicholas of Rumania elopes and marries a commsner. Jana Lucia Deletj. precipitating a squabble ia Ru- m.iiian royal fami.v. 12--President Hoover announces next res :ns 193J national c^n\er.'.ion ford. A C. Bantamweight--Al Brown. Panama. Hammer Throw--Ediard Flanagan. Flyweight--Midget Wolgast. Phlladel- Boston A A phia. Javelm Throtr--James Dealers, Los Football Aiiceles A. C Nntioaal--Vacant. One Mile Relay--Los Angeles A. C. East -- Pittsburgh. Harvard. Yale. Trapshootins Bucknell. Grand American Handicap -- Rev. South--Tulane, Tennessee. Garrison Roebuck. McClure, O. s ', big- 23 ay Webb are married 7--Dr Edward Goodr-ch Acnesoa, 27--Big Genran seaplane DO-X ar- se ent.st, dies " r ves in New York 9--Scuets offer ta buy 250,000 bales 31--Sir Half Cane, 78, Victorian of cotioa tiimed ^own oy Federal i.terary agure, dies. Farm Board ^ »_._i.- 13--Prohibition repo't for fiscal year oepwraoer e-t^ng June 30 s*ows more tnan 100 - 2--King Alexander ends dictatorship 000 arrested for eolations, a new n-gh. 3f Jugoslavia 13--Pres-dKit HLndeaburg orders ---K^o-Vaucan clash is settled German Banks closed because of *~Major James A. Doo'rt.e estab- firanc si cr=-s ^sces new transcontinental airplane ·To-A:bert~B FaE ente-s Xew Mec- record - u hours - 16 m-nutes. 10 seconds ico State p-ison at Santa Be 4--President Hoover announces China oo_se~en Power Conference to seek " ^ °^ 1=000,000 busnels of Farm rel-ef for G»-mar;v cpers m Lono.cn Beard's wheat surplus. 24-Gra: ZeppeLn starts on scien- 1-4 T JU S ee Se ^ P 'f Mc ;' nherson 38 b Uic nigbr to Arct.c, earning party of ' rc f- ^Lf!TM.^ 1 * 0 ?' 30 - ,, .. .^j.g- g^jg * lo--"Mutiny" breaks oat » British ' _ _ . " . , ^ . _ navy, objection to pay cuts 20-Th^ty o,e in fire of Home for 15 _ Maasnaa Gandhi , a Lo nJon , Agea at Pittsourgn ^-.es demand for India's freedom. 25--P-incess Eear.a of Rumania is 18--HostUit.es break oat between 18--House of R-"-rscntn:hcs approves j aiwdiewest--Notre Dame, Northwes- Tarf o: n-orato-i'.ri J tcrnt Purdue, Michigan. Nebraska. Turo-Year-OM Chumpion--Top Flight. J2--Senate s.ip-^es deo- inora'onum southwestr-Southern Methodist. Threc-Year-Old Champion--Twenty ·_2--En-re C-j-c-c g^crnment . KocJcy Mountain-- Dtah. Grand, Mate Pacific--Southern California. Leading Jockey--Meivta Lewis. Professional--Green Bay Packers. Agua Calicnte Handicap--Mike HalL Golf American Derby--Mate. British Amateur--Eric Martin Smith, Great Britain. Britten Open--Tommy Armour, Detroit. British Women's--Hlse Enid Wilson, Great Britain. Canadian Amateur--Ross Somervilie. Canada. Arlington Classic-- Mate. Arlington Handicap -- Sun Beau. Belmont Futurity -- Top Flight. Bclmont Stake -- Twenty Grand. Drrver Slake -- Twenty Grand Hawthorne Gold Cup -- Sun Beau. Jockey Club Gold Cup-- Twenty G-and Canadian Open--Walter Hagan. De- tro't Rjder Cup--United States U S Amateur--Francis Ou*mct. Boston. U S Open--Billy Burke. Greenwich United States P. G. A --Tom Creav. Albany U S Women s--Miss Helen Hicki Lsr.g Is'ar.d Kentucky Dcrbv -- Twenty Grand Lawrence Realization-- Tu enty Grand. Lincoln Fields Handicap -- Sun Beau. P»aai*co Futann-- Top Flignt Preasness -- Mate Saratoga Cup -- Twentv Grand. Traiers Stake -- Twenty Grand. Wood Memorial-- Twenty Grand Wrestling Lordos Posi and Gatty complete aronnd-the-world flight, Jaly ~, raving taien off tcea to Archcuke Anton von Hapsburg China and Japan in Mukden, Man- Lowell R Barles, speed flyer, dies in crasi ?r-rn?'mg to establish days earlier. of Austria. chuna. _" worlds land speed record, at Detroit, Dec. 6 Valuable Hands {but this trfci is trumoed by the de-1 dra^s? the^r troops from the occupied, i clarer with the deuce of hearts, and of j portions of Russia which scught mac- ' Tr.e r S Patent office, between 1506 t.^es Ao". · 25 00J av j ^ o'. t.r-i "ere ! Many Tire Patents. ! on automobile | BY W5I. E. McKE?TXET Secretary American Bndge League very seloom pays » uader- an ace, it must al-rays oe remembered Tiiss tiere a no such word as "ne-er" a bridge. You may be able I ^rsi- your opponents Tnth this! play oecas anaHy. A10-4 VA-Q-8-7-3-2 AK-8-6-3 AQ-9-5 V6 4Q-10- 9-7-3 AA-Q- 10-7 NORTH H m to UJ 0) 5 H Dealer SOUTH AJ-8-76-3 VJ-9-54 4A-6-2 AJ AA-K-2 VK-10 4K-J-5-4 A 9-5-4-2 4 0* lead of trie ace -of diamonds had in 1 many cases stopped the declarer from i go-ng gajre at hearts. « a :W8 . .,, b.i by a flood of TO DAY ' WORLD WAR V ANNIVERSARY o) !l THIKD R.«D OX PADCA Oa December 31, 19*7, enemy a^o anes mace their ta-rd ra^d in fot,r davs oa Padaa, lUly, destroy:mg the .a^a-e of trse Pad^a Cathecral and aanagir.g the bas--ca of tse Santo and Five persons were .njorec Nose j were i-"ed In the two prenoas ra.ds 'i 16 ·sere i_''c an3 63 were mjared ! cird I'cl-ar: a-t_.«r ana a.-Dlares, '' ;ceoif-l , s'omiei ^forite TcerL3a po- ji_ H a v e that family group you have wanted so long made while you are all home for t h e holidays. N e x t year might b r i n g many changes. Phone 759 for Appointment Edmonston Studio GUIDER CLEANERS DYERS Special Prices December 26th to January 2nd AH Plain Dresses, Coats and Overcoats. Cleaned and Pressed POc All Men's Suits, 2 or 3 Piece, Cleaned and Pressed 75c All Men's Suits, Pressed 35c Ladies' Far Trimmed Coats $1.00 to $1 25 DYEING All Plain Dresses, Coats, Overcoats and Suits S2 50 ALL OTHER PKICES IN PROPORTION This 15 one of the largest and oldest plants in the state Ue girantec oar work to he far superior to an^lbinj; ·voa h3\c rvcr had iU.Uus line. ALL SMALL KEPAIKS FREE. We call for and ucl.ver C. J. SIMMONS, Agent Pione 709 E 114 West Fifth St. Frederick. Md. Let L's Make Tonr Clcthes Look New* Modern Pharmacy DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 203 Still Basically Unchanged i:ar:e ?a-;Ter rad farr.e at her £r ger-t.ps ~---n 5.-- 2?r .cd f?r r-ors ^ The 3--_ ·· · f --c^s :Cj- x: 3-.i-r, --3 SZ B--;. Jan e- a-c Ras Se-s^r ^i As^ M-rcr Tic 3T^2 rca~~'i K."' i on t.te cc2St^. s^' ~ :vw»e2 tie Centra". PoT^r^ and tee This ianS T-35 ? ayes .n tne national a-'ra-ea -· a'^- -- of p-oducers. f . ,,,,,, ,, ._ .. *ar-a= tcz=i-o.-foar event. -th, tie -ro g«-« ''- -"" --- «=».- ? a ^ » ^r,^".?; c --^ a "-"- 4' «-"tn^-v eea.A-, c^-e= witi one =D truTra. West ~".a.- S-e -'z~~ *= £" J " ro.e za-~ - - - - "~ *-^ -- "-«-- ·" ^- '- oasec z-~ Xortn o = fs-o hearts Sast --anc nc-- r^» s^en r-aziea a jo-a as -- . . . -- ini £c_"J ~ass=^ At sorce tao'es Vfcst a star. ally ter -red :r.e contract at rsearts ^- _. ^ . . . - ": Physic The Bladder cne -3 --u-np. West pass, Nora tiiree -- ~ d -_ r"e t-.s declarer a c-fSc-- J -ea.r'^, S'- i fear hsarts. -_fcs M E-i' ^r.c*-ea^s h^ ace of =.- Tir'Al. f t. A«10 The Plav. _ r -as 2" o as the sx Tilth CaStOF Oil/ Ess'=: c--- =' 'ead'is t-e J acS o' At tre :as'e ---z '-e a^c'arer -*ent c-;.- "TI-- i C - - " -s T3are3 from iuni- -o TT...-. t-.e -? cf d air or 5s re su;- --- a*-: \V3-w --Jts Ue tr'ok Titn t-.e c -re --^ .^-^a ~e q-een of clubs ' ~e ,acs *"a^ ~l2~e- frm cjmiry ei ,, 3 · . --e b^i=-r piy c. B-v» Xc-'h · -.e declarer, t; arm? the £-ns 'vVest w 3jrc z-^~t tnrmc^is co--a:t Tuh the five of r-e-i o' c^.^cis"kr.i"ther. "ead tr!e '^ ·-?*--- ^ ch r«..ts * b.ckart- .-saru Zs; TIT sees thai ^i order to ·*" of c ^a= East d^card-2g the ^·33 s'nc -e rr^;t g t I-.3 partner .r. ofj-.arro--^ ^ ^ Us." I. V,Cit coes io.a toe qjeen' hear*,. Sast p-ays ljus ace of d-aasonds b idder --si rtss, b=rr..r.g a-.d se'-.sg -i - i.its. Cit a K.Z :»s; box AIt«: four Cz-' ' -o: -c "-"1 ·:-- d-ugj; ^t w . rcl--c: t, -a- o-- 'ii. ,-» b:u-i ··) '"' 6e-« ,' -- o^ r-' -· - -- i- *, -cp So J b? XV » 5-^ D-^g S'o-e. 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