Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 27, 1974 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
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jiwdSFT /AfTUOnONNOT 1 ID 60 TO CAW yuttSACCHTEOiy *W, I RV,WWA(BJff! TOO? I N3 SUMMER CAMP! THE SNAJK 1$ BKKBI.AWUE HAVE E«AfE0r....lO»IS«yiO, KINS ^* : . : · : ? · . EDS. JoMlUttW--tr" 2 WHATBSOM UK A 6PECIAU TCDLLBCIDE ABOUT TT?] OP RASE GUNS tSTHKT flTISNOW.IVE REAU.V I GOT FIFTV A BVRE, 1 THOUSAND rEXFENStVEIBUCKS IN MY SUN? rv WALLET.' ^1 THOUGHT I LUCILLE i SWEENEY I WOULD I NEVER I FINP HER- 1 SELF A " GLORY BE5 HEftR^ 1 CftNT THt MORE LQOKIN 1 PER | B6UEUE W ERRPflWS tTEST MAKE SHORE SHE GCT5 gjfg; ANYONE OM« M C G6ON * WORLDS.'*- ^IRTieST RASSLBR"- 7 0UTAHAINTTAKIN' ( OUHO · - - · · · f «t RUN, WONP6R RASSLER ALLYOUSHE6PJ -.OVCRH6R6 FORA SHAKfcDOWN!. ·^Sfc. SWIPED STEltA'S CLKLfcRS LAST, NI6HT.' T-Z7 ,* WOULD PO' T^IS? WOULD HE PO THAT? TO PIP ITERRIBLE-I LOSE TWO FOUNDS ONS WEEK AND 6AJM IT BACK /THE NEXT WHAT DO YOU THINK I SHOULD DO, **W /I G06UT Of GOUXM DUCATS «CH DUCAT Wtt WORTH *128 MUSTERED Oir-OF , CROMWEUS ARMY AT THE AGE Of 19 AID LfffO FOR AH ADOmONAL X)J YfAKS NorttnnM Ariumm TIMH, num., Jim* 27, 1*74 rAvrrrtviLLB, MKMUS ^NH MOSQOEoPALSIECS, NORTH AFRICA, VMS MSrSNED AND BUILT IN 1660 IN THE SHAPE OF A CHRlSTlflN CHURCH .BY A SWE~WttO.WAS BURNED AUVE FOR HIS ACT .ii:!iiiiiiiii'^ 17 LESTER L COLEMAN, M. D. Doctor Sees Too Many Dangers In Boxing FRANCES DRAKE Your Daily Horoscope *imniiiMii«wwiii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!i!ii!iiuiii«!!M^ Our 15-year-old boy is big and strong and an excellent athlete. His high school coach wants him to try out Tor the boxing Learn. Because I strongly object, it has caused much unpleasantness in our home. How do y o u feel about this sport? Mrs. H.B., 111. Dear Mrs. B.: It is difficult for me to be totally objective about boxing. The so-called manly art of boxing is fraught with possible dangers. In amateur and professional fights noses are broken, jaws are fractured and cauliflower ears are not uncommon. BRAIN DAMAGE The boxing literature is filled wilh evidence of permanent hrain damage, the result of hemorrhage.-, in Ihe brain, following a fight. There will be those, of course, who will deny that this is dangerous sport ami say that it is no more hazardous than others. This may be true, but many contact sports head car and protective devices can revent injuries. If the point system were used xclusively in professional and mateur boxing, then protective Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is. according to the stars. FOR FRI., J U N K 28 ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) Vigorous Mars influences encourage your most worthwhile ambitions and stimulate your will to achieve them, so don't waste time on unproductive activities. Forward! TAURUS (Apr. 21 to May 21) Be extremely careful to discriminate between rumor and fact, not to accept hearsay as accurate information. Some deceptive trends prevail. GEMINI (May 22 to June 20 Some challenges possible, hut face them -- unafraid. With the Geminian's ingenuity and foresightedness, you should solve all situations handily. CANCER (June 2 2to July 23) You have instinctive know- how in many areas, but may tend to get off the track now. unwisely go off on tangents. Be alert -- and avoid 1 LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) Pull up the reins rather than dash down blind alleys. You could get into trouble if you use the wrong tactics. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Excitement or anxiety could be detrimental to [op achievement. Be contained. Direct energies constructively. Pami- liiiriiie yourself with new trends. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Stepping out of the picture is no way to avert difficulty or tension. Step right in (here with your good will and ingenuity, and you can conquer all. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Study trends, good resources for lapping. Develop your top- light faculties and you can make this day one to remem- ser. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Stellar aspects now suggest the revival of old projects if slill feasible or the launching of new ones -- either to better your course and outlook. Choo'e wisely, noting all potentials. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A clay for building up double trer/gth in certain areas. Tighten up your schedule, eliminate flaws, loopholes for error. Thus "batten down," you can steer your course more successfully. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) From out of the nowhere may come an "odd" suggestion. No harm in glancing at its possibilities: It may pave the way to a broader avenue toward success. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you tried and did not attain, review well before trying the same thing again. A new method could turn the trick Don't become discouraged. YOU BORN TODAY are an extremely conservative ant idealistic individual. Too sensi tive at times, however, you are easily hujt and may be inctinec to carry grudges. Try to curb! You have a lively imaginatior and, no matter what your occupation, conceive brilliant ideas for furthering progress. In executing them, however, you maj be a little too meticulous about details -- driving other people Don't be such a fussbudget. You are extremely versatile and properly educated, of course, will find many fields suited to y o u r lalenls. Outstanding a m o n g them: medicine (especially of the research variety), the law. writing, music and the stffge. You would also make an excellent delec live. IIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIllllimilMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMM^ B. JAY BECKER Crossword By Eugene Sheffer ACROSS 1 Kind of party 5 Distant S Hawklike bird 12 Rabbit 13 High card M English river 15 Elicits U Indian Queen 18 Small rag B Treated hides 21 Tooth 24 --lisa 25 Actor King ZSGoW depository » Female relative 31 Telegrams 32 Pronoun 31 Special telephones 35 Roster X Caesar's fateful date 37 Flower 38 Studs 41 Rodent 42 Border on 43 Civil War general 48 Ripped 49 Goddess of dawn 5» Dog's DOWN 1 Pronoun 2 Assess 3 Skill 4 Teuton 5 Actuality 6 Perform 7 Renews 8 Egyptian village 9 Russian 51 Listen W Vocal 52 Harden quality 53 Time 11 Feminine period name Avg. solution time: 22 min. Answer to yesterday's pozzle. 16 Swiss river 20 Insects 21 Crush 22 Medley 23 Final 24 Folkways 26 Executes bridge maneuver 27 Midday 28 Those not in power 29 Photographic means 31 Broad 34 Itemized 35 Approve 37 Common value 38 English resort J9 Woodwind M Certain 41 Relax 44 Garden tool 45 Expire 46 Feminine name 47 Conjunction -28 headgear could be worn t* nsure complete safety. Whenever I ask my doctor what the prognosis is about my condiiion. he seems to avoid th» answer. If the diagnosis can ba made, why not the prognosii, 'oo? Mr, S.M., Wash. Dear Mr. M.: Diagnosis is a very specifi« conclusion which Ihe doctor arrives at after a complete evaluation of the patient'i condition. Laboratory tests, X-rays and physical examination are made in individual cases, Complete evaluation pinpoints the cause of disease. Prognosis is a prediction of how a disease will progress arid Vow soon it might terminate. AVOIB FORECASTS D o c t o r s often avoid forecasting specific detail* about how long a condition will last. In some instances, of course, it is possible for Ihe doctor to a n t i c i p a t e lime with ;'* reasonable amount of certainty. In other instances, it may b« impossible to predict the course of an illness or its duration. On Contract Bridqe (Top Record Holder to Masters' Individual Championship Play) South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH * J 9 8 V J 9 6 4 2 · A Q *K J3 WEST * 7 6 4 2 »7 · K 7 6 5 3 *1082 EAST * K Q 10 W 8 5 3 » 10 9 4 2 + 9 6 5 SOUTH * A 5 3 V A K Q 10 » J 8 + A Q 7 4 The bidding: South West North East Past 3V Opening lead -- two of pades. A d e f e n d e r seldom eliherately paints a false licture of his h a n d . Bridge is partnership game, and to ransmit false messages lartner .would stike at the very :ore of successful defense. But there are isolated hands vhere you don't care a tinker's damn whether partner is fooled or not, and in such cases it may be possible to perform vondrous things by deceiving jartner. Here is such a case. Assume you're East and partner leads a spade on whicli declarer plays the eight from d u m m y . Undoubtedly th« normal play is the ten, forcing declarer's ace. If you now put yourself in declarer's shoes for a moment, you can see that he will inevitably make six hearts. H« draws Ihree rounds of trumps, cashes four clubs discarding a spade from dummy, and takej diamond Einesse. When it succeds, he is home free. Hit only loser is a spade. Now let's go back to trick one and play the king of spades instead of the ten! This play may make your partner unhappy, lor he will think South has the A-Q-10, but his grief will be only temporary. When you play the king, declarer is almost certain to think your partner led from Q- 10-x-x, and, if he docs, he is sure to go down. He will draw trumps and sooner or later play a spade to t h e J-9. expecting to establish a spade trick and render (he diamond finesse unecessary. It is almost inconceivable that he .would first cash four clubs order to discard a spade from dummy, because that would compel him to rely on a diamond finesse for the slam. Ry playing the king you offer declarer the illusory chance ts discard a diamond front dummy on the fourth club. South is almost certain to avail himself of this o/fer. and thu» encompass his own destruction. PONYTAIL "I broke op with Stkkahift. I eoridn't missions, cmbunton and mag mimte!" Delivered to your door seven days a week for less than 1 U a day. That's a bargain! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Phone 442-6242 ON TOP OF THE NEWS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

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