Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on March 27, 1927 · Page 52
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i ' SUNDAY DatlanD Crlbunc MARCH 27, 1927 Ti 1 v , . - " .... ... . , f the society, will preside. The "Tiburon Housetops" is one of Selden C, die's strikingly colored and Well organized canvases on exhibition with the Society of Six at the Oakland Art Calleryl. . . "Low Tide," one of the vigorous canvases Maurice Logan it showing at the exhiblion of jhe Society of Sixat theOakland Art Caller). " " . ' "-i--- speakers will De waiter ti. Edgar Wslters, Lee Randolph and 8.- Pommer,-' "" 0 0 0 J .-I Gaspare Pucdo, New Tork artist, has arrived In San Francisco, where ' . 111 ..! fn tion mnnlhl OF . Ft dlan mother and child and the other a cluster of morning glories. Motherhood is alike the world over, buf it "is Tarely that " ins finds It Interpreted with such 'feeling-as Miss Forbes has done with this picturs. of the Indian mother. Jn addition the painting Is skilfully handled with graceful,, flowing lines and beautiful color. The a morning, glories are like growing things, yet not slavishly copied. The arrangement of blue flowers and green leaves Is perfect. Miss Forbes' canvases are being shown at the Club Beaux Arts In San Francisco. They, consist mainly of landscapes, .into .which nourjes 1 - - By II. L. JUNGAIf. THIS much we may sayof the "modern" tendency ln art it holds tremendous Interest. We may not like all of It or any of it but at least it keeps the blood circulating. - ' Taken, as a whole, the annual 'exhibition of the San Francisco Art ,. association is modern in feeling, if not always In fact, insofar as certain individual pictures are ,con-cernecl, and is, on account of that modern .feeling, one of the most entertaining exhibitions that has been held In the west. Among the canvases are some wild pictures PI will lmi" ivr more He Journeyed from Seattle, where he was exhibiting some of his portraits In oil, red chalk and pencil" s- ,0 0 0 .Peter Van Valkanburgh's charcoal portraits are being' exhibited by the AH Art Club at the Community Center in Northbrae. The exhibition wlll close April 11. , , 000 Sacramento has done something of late which will be Interesting to other forward-looking cities. II w C- rf-t- " Meets . .tt-.--:J I I f are usually Introduced, and several portraits of Mexican i Indians. These portraits remind me of the, work of Diego Rivera, only they . are not so primitive. The exhibition will close.Spril 7. ' ' John Howard, tne of our most has seiectea an nonor run u- mortal gift commission, whose doty it Is to accept gifts suitable for the city and to offer suggestions for gifts." The commission is composed of Albert. Elkus. president: Mrs. - r and some wild," wild women, -but the exhibition is not as wild, as we . expected, or, perhaps, we are beginning to like our pictures' untamed. . . Five galleries at the California ' School of Fine Arts, Jones and Chestnut streets, San Francisco, are filled with pictures. The selections for each room were carefully made, so that no room was slighted. The show was well hung by Gottardo Plazzoni. . s Tthfere are few poor. pictures, even taking the radicals Into- corisldera- tion, nor are, there. anyv conservative canvases of the old brown if ? T modern artists, is exhibiting at the Modern Gallery,' San Francisco. He Is showing oils, water colors and sculptures. The exhibition will Bart Cavanaugh. Fred W. Klesel, George W, Peltier, C. FT Prentiss, and A. X. Williams, with the fol close April 2. ' ' - rl v' ' : ! s . 0 a O i' ';; California missions painted by the late Edwin Deakin of Berkeley will be shown at, the Hotel Claremont : Gallery from April ' t lowing ex-offlolo members: A. E. Goddard, mayor; H. C- Bottorff. City manager; Robert L. Shlnn, city attorney,- and H. G. Denton, elty i-a - tk iamt mM fa also aae school visible. The exhibition was opened Friday with a private view, to which to 18. ' o on hundreds of persons thronged. It rotary of the commission. . : Dr. Cornelia B. Sage Qulnton, director of the California Palace OOO . - ' 4tti:ii-'-' ' n. AT BOTNTON, artist and of the Legion of Honor; announces R teacher of art at the TJnf r. ; I; 1 that the Persian exhibition Which is or display in galleries IS and if of the palace will continue until April 4. The collection was lent by, Dr. All Kull Khan, who. founded will be open daily to the public tor a month. ... Now art is nothing if not nimble. Take, for Instance Edward Hage-dorn's Jaundiced nude which was submitted as "Girl lying on her side." She was put on - her side but she wouldn't stay put; she simply floated about. The hanging committee got so tired waiting for her to lie down-that It was decided to stand her up. So there she stands at ease, an arrangement of flowing lines and yellow, black and white. , the Persian Art., Center ' .' In , New person, a gasoline . blow torch in In the center of Boston's mural action, and an electric plate' on lis a conventional tree. ' On the left slty Of California and the California: School of Fine Arts, has contribute the. following concerning Ralph Stackpole's fountain In Sacramento. and the rebirth ot work in stone ; "In the reawakening that hae taken "hold of the plaatlo and deooraUve arts ta recent yearsy , sculpture, haa won for Itself new life and new vigor by finding again its relation to the materials of th Tork City. . : ". 0 f 0 which stew pans "and .other cpn- is a woman fully clothe who, from trlvan'ces of .the kitchen were boll- a Jug, is pouring water on the tree lng. ' . ' S ' . " ' -i' ' of art. . She represents the old San ! An exhibition of etchings -arid pastels , by George Elbert Burr of The ;feet were- attached to Ray Francisco Art Association founded Phoenix Arizona, will open Tues I . I day Jn the Paul Elder:.' Gallery, Boynton and not to a cook nor hn is 74. On the right li "13 7, "1 even a plumber, as one might have I sortehtly yotin thing who is look Sah ;,Franclsco, and continue for sculptor" craft, indeed all the arte , suspected. Bovntotf was busily en- I in uo at the : tree robablrl two ;'. weeks. Eur . la- represented have gained new power by tne The' Jury of selection came in for. a surprise after it had passed two pictures painted by a 16-year-old in irnany museums, public galleries gaged ori applying hot paint to a search of a leaf for a garment.; It earns means, but sculpture has don "The British Explorers," : one of the group ef murals adorning a dining-room in the Mark Hopkins hotel, San Francisco. The murals were painted iy Maynard Dixon and Frank Yan Sloun, San Francisco artists, and are considered one of the great achievements in western art. The series paintings repre-sent in afdnciful way the early days of California. ' ' girl. Of course they were worthy rougn concrete wan ana out 01 tne would come in nanay. 1 .... . . paint came tree ariii birds and hu-1 : No more- will Boyritgn paint ltmore directly, for stone had almost ceased to be the soul p tort medium., ; The easy manipulation of hanging, buf even at that Juries man figures. He was painting the I murals on a canvas in, his studio are apt to look more than twice at and libraries throughout, the United States. The Luxembourg, Paris, recently purchased six of Burr's most characteristic plates. " ,-: f O. O ',.:':'.!: In order to start at the beginning' we will becrln with tne tiles which a child's work- if it is known a ' such. It seems that Mirellle Pi first mural to go In the school and stick the canvasn some 41s-arcade and painting it In a medium tant wall. " The proWeni Is o" the he, hojiQs will last, , The, colors he wall Itself, he said, and -thera' It of clay Is directly In contradiction with the character of stone mad wood. -Tit the sculptor's craft t azzoni. daughter of Gottardo Piaz hi stone and. the hard limitation! ' used were ground in beeswax and Sshould be worked outiftltV more pave the'; arcade In'! the California"; sflni, sent, unknown to anyone, two of her canvases to the shqw. She end restraint -of stone should dlo copal. They are applied hot to the I work on the wall, but -mora ,wirry tate Its own idiom. wall' and then still further burned I in the studio.' .Use pure "colors on in'hy use of the blow torch, ' - la wall; murals are- to Illuminate, 'Sculptors everywhere today are used a fictitious name. So. the two ;: little landscapes, . painted ' with amazing strength, hang with the ? ft ' Boynton got much of his lnf o'r-1 he added.?, " '" ; 't : , trying to find that idiom again by working- directly in the hard ma grownups and on an equal, with School'of Fine Arts In San' Fran plsco.r Oh this particular day certain ef them .were supporting, a backless wooden bench copied after the seat .which' chilled the early Greeks In winter and compelled them to stand in the summer. On trts wooden bench, which was ,of mation concerning, the hot palette I ' v v " " . terial, sometimes without any work most of them and better than many from Dle.o Rivera, whftn h vi. xun enowea me me worK 01 ing , sketch other 1 than drawing Fong, Mun, Kolm, On and. Ting. Wandering through the galleries itgd that artist in Mexico1 He called it the art of emotion, we pick at ramiom tne toiiowing Xavicr Martlnw! He is back in They; are freeing, themselves from the ' tyrany of ideas thta 'Originate in. the clay-r-th small nuances and As I stood watchlps' Boynton 1 at LIthough at first glance tt. i,eemed ,rk I wondered if here stood a rather the ftrt of .ommotion; Any Wthe annual after several years' ab pioneer, in. an art that would fill way, It's the 'Chtoesa; slant !on'inod. such a sickly green that one wonders, how it ever got into an art school, ,was another-.- benchx of the same, design and color. And on tricks" of modeling, the idea of ' sence with a water color and a wood block print that, are among our dull .homes with Joyous and lasting color.' It seemed so worthwhile, so tremendous In its possf- color, the minutely realistic taxidermy and are substituting the the fine things In the exhibition Coorge Hilil Japanese Janitor (halt was a third bench supporting at the school exhibits a large can Jjaif: of feet belonging .0 a male blllties. 1 . r ,1 , . ; values of stone masslveness, bold- ' ness, simplicity. 'In achieving these qualities they sometimes arrive at vas of a beautifully tangled forest; a gold and goldrgreen forest very well done profundity. The power of stone is felt in its weight and mass. ernlsm. , vsfiif '" ' " Tun conducts ah ftrt .school In Montgomery street, San Francisco, The exhibition is being held at 18 Waverly in Chinatown, where all may see. Already many have seen the work. - There were nearly; 600 persons' present:-On- the opening night and scores ' of American; and Chinese visit theexiWtlbir'ftiiny. ' Fong Is . the youngest.i)f .. .the young artists. He is 15 and has been studying under Tun for two Luclrn Labaudt Reclining nude; . I st I SOUND AUCTION BRIDGE "V '.:. ,. : . - --:,- . -' ' ' : r- . i "There has been need of such a dark, purple-brown maiden, made dar mostly of triangular masses; a I r up 1 if.. somber new nude son: return to.; true -values if sculpture ' to- te retain its dignity as an art. There has been, a vast amount of carving of lace and birthday tcake ' By WILBUR C. WHITEHEAD ' The World's Qreotett AMthefiry IMIlfl lf!iv1rni-u A nllllfl there : 'fare plenty of them In the how in stone, where mere virtuosity has destroyed : the qualities of stone. that is well done for the most part, although there is a certain diffi months. In that time a Chinese student will d,o about a year's work as the average . young American culty in knowing whether the drawine is poor or "new." That HAND NO. 14 THE PLAY f Is Jhe, of the difficulties of modern art. This may- be astonishing as. virtuosity but it Is bad craftsmanship. Good craftsmanship knows its material and respects its qualities and limitations. The sculpture of great periods, like the Gothic, wlhere every artist was first a craftsman, is rich in the pure Imagery, ef . stone hold ' planes, angularities, rich surfaces, volumes. . These qual r - Worth Ryder An oil and some water colors, Including a view of A A92 y x - 0 J6.3 , J 10942- 4 ' 1 NoKk 1 A . . .. . r ii.. i : mi.nMA doeg it. Fong clings mainly to still life studies and portraits. He shows a picture bf Tun painted In triangular masses of many colors, but the' whole result Is -surprising. Mun is 18 and has studiedhree months.. He has ventured Into ; landscapes as well as a portrait of uapri tnar. is unusuaiiy mic. ajicic ' is a Japanesque touch in tire street theater. ' ? m tion over again; he must have other works there. painted at Tiburon. The water sags in the middle. Gaw tried new Geneve P. Sergeant- -Hillside; And A 8654 house; a bit fussy, but otherwise Guest Wlckson A seashore art and got all wet. But his canvas ? AQJ95 strongly painted. ' showing tree trunks and hills is a 7 10632 0 Q10 5 2 ities give ideas in stone more power. scene. J like it better than his flowers. ' '8. 'Suzuki -A modern version "bf great piece of work, a map with green eyebrows. --One 0 97 K5 L. A. Thurber Brilliant purple houses and a back yard; interesting Ray Boynton Several paintings, of his landscapes, by the way, was color. , ' , 8 - Won hi -g South West North But N ' E T . ' I """ " '" " j ! 1ZZZZZZ , ' . -lr ; 7 - . 22 - T 9 v - f ;' - - ' 12 : li It- . TeUl Trieta W j flowers against red; striking. sold including a beautifully arranged .3. Ji. Poote Some good decora Phillips Lewis -f Hillside, well Kolm is 21 and has studied one and colored painting of what appears to be the morning after an A KQJ1073 v K84 : 0 AK 8 .:.' :t tions and a fresqo. ";: ; And these qualities - are finding . their place again in sculpture' wherever sculptors do their think-, lng on the block Instead Of in the clay,; where cutting is done freely without the prepossessions Of elabo-rlte irfodeling. ;;?Thl fountain ef Ralph Stacke month; At 21 one naturally goes In built up; heavy. . impressionism, snottv in places. for skulls and nudes. . . . - . . Selden C. Gilo Regular color at last; a. vigorously ' treated K waterT all night mask ball. . The girl Is outstretched; gentleman,' head Smith O'Brien Landscape with On . is 18. "He -jhasH.studUd front with houses hanging over th bowed' In hands; othe.r masked month and a half "and Is .a sort, of water. " dancers departing. pole's, is the first public mono Maynard Dixon eGorgeoui desert Thomas h. . Hunt -vyater and an Oriental Macdonald-wrlght, m-10-far as color application Is concerned. . v." J:f.' handling of the Capri picture. Ryder Is modern but not too modern. ' ." Helen Forbes View of Mexican town, rambling up a hillside. Miss Forbes Is particularly happy in her hillside excursions. Inn Porham Still life of flowers and Jug; vigorously done. . ' Stafford Duncan One of the loveliest nudes' In the show, tit was shown recently at the Club Beaux Arts. ' Bernard Von Eichman One of his "arrangements" of a street corner. John Emmett Gerrity Many paintings. Including a nude in green, purple, red and yellow, with other nudes to fill in the background; a study in line and space arrangement. Frances Brooks An interior howing a peasant arid his wife; well done, but it comes close to the academic. aGertrua'e Partington Albright clouds and desert below. Roberta Balfour Flowers and houses; good. Lee Randolph His best landscape; also a good portrait. Goldie Powell Harding Landscape; - - Charlotte B. Sklnner-Three interesting landscapes. ; Laura Adams Armer An Indian proper bjdding and play? . - ' Each day we shall publish complete hand presented hv M ships; impressionistic "water and conservative sky, but that doesn't seem to matter. Ting is 21. - He studied a year Jug; some good color. Marjorie Little Mountain Samuel Sutter The more I see (Bracket tht card ltd to itch trick) of his work the better I like it; Declarer Whitehead, together with a chart upon which the bidding and play against clear sky; great shadows on mountain; good painting. mem max 1 mow vn -- rau coast vthat has so bravely earned a place, in this renaissance of sculpture, v It .originated is a sketch and a plaster model. But the model was almost forgotten. Final decisions were made in the stone,-Important changes! In scale and , modifications f form. 'The reeull ; has been !nrichment and power, . village, somewhat colorless. rich colors; good drawing; strong; j Pofart Scan...... William H. Clapp An example R. V. Howard Street scene re sane. may e noted. These hands may be pJayed with cards bv one. two. Heoer Scare William A. : Gaw probably sembltng the curtain on the Main of true Impressionism by the master of impressionism In these parte. three or four players, before filling THE BIDOINa and a half at a white art school and two months with Tun. "I changed his ideas," said Tun. ': 60 Ting Is following the bent of . the Modern Revolutionary Chinese Artists' Club, to which all hands belong. They are painting the art of emotion. The exhibition win elose April . ' 0 ' 0 0 Members of the San Francisco Society of Women Artists' will give John Stump Mountains In tough m tne chart. , - S-eth Bids Wew Bids North BidjlBmBiA green. Tomorrow we shall nublish Mr. Social Notes Frederick 8. Rutliraurr A glow The ideasf fecundity, power and! 1 mystery of earth and water are! here mors profoundly expressed izf i ing scene of desert and desert Whitehead's explanation of today's band, with the important features the stone than ever they were mountains; the only painting by a pointillist in the show. , , emphasized. Miss Rebecca Minster, the daugh the plaster. The 'city of Sacra; , t groom, who was attended by his father. A wedding supper was enjoyed Lucy V. Pierce A Negro giri; Fill out your own chart and ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Min 1I1BUIU MLB BTOQUOU XUUUUMU Final Bid Played by a dinner Thursday evening, April 111 111. f h Oollfnrnl. Sh.l Mn one of the most delightful can compare it tomorrow with Mr. a pubiio monument or reai aisune-. vases there. , : ' should make, assuming that he Arts. Mrs. Joseph Fife, president at the home of the bride's parents Whitehead's method. Do this each tion.?. 'v.' I .;-,: ''. Many sculptures and wood .carv following the service, with pink uues not. see any 01 me oujer hands. These hands mast not be inas were placed In the school 1 and green used fof the appoint arcade. Concerning these and bid or played "Double Dummy," L e- ments. - f tf t other paintings . further mention as though all fonr hands were ex posed. '' day and carefully read Mr. Whitehead's explanation, and you will find that your knowledge of the game will progress rapidly. Compare your bidding and play with that of your friends the comparison may be illuminating. Record the bids that each player ster of Peralta avenue, Berkeley, became the t bride of "Rayfleld Morowet at , a simply appointed service Sunday, March 20, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Melvfn Crowell. . " Rabbi Plutkin and his assistant read the service, which took place at 6:30 in the afternoon, in the presence of friends and relatives. Pale pink roses and fern were used to decorate the home. The bride wore a gown of pale 1 Members-of the Beta Chapter of will be made. .0 0 0, A seashore scene; I have seen the canvas before, but it gains in fascination at every view. . Something worth studying. Florence Alston Swift Several things, but unfortunately I ran first Into her canvas showing a gardener monkeying with a flower pot. Mrs. Swift has done much better work H. Bailliache interesting conventionalized landscape; some nice purples and greens. Gottardo Plazzoni A decoration; gray sea and quiet shore; some trees, a silent figure; all Is at peace with the world. , Ralph Stackpolc Several draw- NUialn rtnnlint iht Auction, tr th Kappa Delta club entertained their fellow slstecs of Gamma And what shall we say of.. Ber nard 'Von JElchman, member yf the Chapter of San Francisco at a de Society of Six, new exhibiting s My, I'm Getting Fat! Yes, But Cheer, Up-t-It's Eajy to Reduce - lightful card party Tuesday eve the Oakland' Art Gallery? He is ning at the Professional ana Yesterday's Hand as played by Mr. Whitehead one of our extreme moderns, Business Women's hall. pink, georgette;' simply fashioned. have bean told he Is the greatest HAND NO. 11 Miss Ann Kaas was among the North can have no excuse for tak artist in the west. ' I have been and carried a bridal bouquet of membe.s of the club contributing Cecil Bruner roses and fern. She to the evening entertainment, The Correct Blddlnt- and Play . THE PLAY (Brtckrtti card iJkonv Umi t tack trie) ing out his partner's No Trump bid with a Minor suit. . His Club suit is neither strong nor long told he Is no artist at all. Both these estimates of his ability eem nigs, including a head I like well, was given In marriage by both her Dt. Frank McCoy, fam- 0 0 0 we shall Have to look the exhibi- father and mother to the bride- rather extravagant. Mrs. Edith Bouchard of Foothill enough, nor are there any distri Let us approach then his "'Ar- boulevard entertained last evening butional features in the hand, such rangement In Black ana Gray,' 0113' dietitian, will tell you how easy it is to take off at a delightful card party and buffet supper honoring Mr. and Waited Long for This as a void suit, or a singleton, or a second suit-bid to warrant the assumption that game will be more which hangs on the h ft wall of the second frallery. It appears Mrs. George W. Haddock, whose weight in a normal, health weddinf anniversary waa. cele brated. . ! to be a rough and has.y sketch of a woman seated in a rocking chair. Only the riprht part of A assured with a Minor suit as trumps than at No Trump. East 3 Woahr 2 South Wcm North . ut N I E ' I"- t ! s lw L sjc 4rA).rfl5-!L5! Xj C S. LZQ v co . 4 Hi. (.f?)f 1 Hf J MA. (fcLz) m ilK jL -L CCJJ MS. JSJi. JUJJ. . ful manner. - The affair was held at their passes. His hand is hardly strong V Discovery ) Cleans Inside, and Pon Pores table shows. The woman Is hold lng In outstretched arms what ep home In Fifty-Eighth avenue, and was attended by a -score of their pears to be several yards of cloth. Dr. McGv. who writes enough to warrant an lniormatory double in this position, especially when well able to support any suit his partner may open. . . close friends. Mr. and Mrs. Haddock made their home In Syra Free from Any Taint ' .1 The paint Is put on with fuwy Daily HeattE Articles for cuse, N. T., before coming to the sort of abandon affected by moderns. The red lips of the woman have slipped off to the left. Her bay region. ' -1 " The OAKLAND TRIB SaHe-t rahrta ef the fV Trick 1. ' From the lead of the six of Spades, South knows that All the trtck laxatives In the world can't tempt people- who understand the properties of ra.rara. A hundred different drugs will purge the bowels, hot a little natural caftcara Durtfi- th- vatm leers from knee to foot are abo Announcement Is made of The one-half the length of the legs from knee to hip socket and other ciear in rough, cleanses even th wise the drawing Is not too much So w miret reach the conclusion porta 01 your akin. Render pr-apiratlon as Inoffcnalva as so much that Von Eichman. who can dnw, Is Inferested In arrangems.it only. new: Tour grandparenta took alts,' and slowly washed away the tnu East holds two higher Spades. Ha plays the ten from Dummy to provide against the possible holding of the Queen and nine by East. South'! play of the Xing of Spades, on East's Ace wag made With the hope that West would win the sec end Spada trick and be without a re-entry. . , Trick 2. West refuses to win 'marriage Of Miss Eva. Cutra and Alfred Alphonse 'of Seattle at Calvary Presbyterian church. "Berkeley, on Saturday afternoon. March 19. Rev Gillespie officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eleanor Hill.atM is a great niece of Mrs. W. C. Congor of Berkeley Foljowlng their honeymoon the young couple will make their home In Berkeley. OOO iigjjy p jp:r . Tet-ITrtc-eWe- f . DkIuw . OnmlS sPflfal tCftt a 2 H e --. eeMeHstH-Sft THE BIDDING I . 1 ' 1 1 Viewing the picture as an arrangement In color and form. It cotia membrana with the waste! UNE, says; "There is no reason ior any person being fat. Anyone can reduce," and I intend to tell readers of The.TRIBUNE how it is done." Don't Fail to Read Dr. McCoy? Dally Articles in the Magazine ' - - ' Section cf proves very satisfactory. The wo man, .the blue-green shadow she casts en the wall, the table "and the second lead of Spades, as be chair all fit In a pleasing manner Into the rectangular space Von I booth &4t I Wear B Nonh Btos tnt Bidil SekB4l Wear Bt-i ! North Btos Era Bidi is without a sure card of re-entrv Mineral oils are better, but they leave the coating that your blood must then carry off through the pores. But when yon caacarlie the pTstem, yon ret rid of all the poisons br ratal naacalar aetlsa f Ike bwel. Don't rt la the habit ef taVIng medicine for constipation or een tor auto-lntoi'catlon. If yoa have the habit, atop It. A candy caacaret l a delirhtful form la which to take cacra: chlldrea love them and the taste tempts mot arrowa-on to take ""more - and what a ennfort to know yee are In thai clean, wholeerne condition that dea awe w);h any need of deo-dTanta. t is r-,ii weather' Trr a riacaret tofi fM' 'l -'-, 1 e Dl lie AdtwUKStaL -l SEARCHED s long tune for any Mlas Rosemary Phillips wis hostess recently at a birthday psrty at her home In Fourteenth itreet. where shs entertained a number of tittle friends. Among ber guests were Emma. LilMe and Elsie Burch. June and Dorothy Shlller, Emily Stohl, Mary Fatzio, Catherine Flalmerr. Marry Nickie Fanlo. Bobbie Stohl, Joe rMM yv Thr ihr except in that suit. An interesting point to note ia that East with a weak player as partner could bare made the same defense by refusing to win the first lead of Spade . The stxor.g defense by West in refusing to win the second Spade trick prevented an eay game at No Tramp. , - J real rcuei lrom my bad auto-tntoxir- ! ban. Strong purgth-es just dn ! the I poKC-JHitomypcrpirationnnlIfcIt I W mrrJ.A.t.n r!a Tm all -- Eichman had to fill. He solved this problem of snace filling 'In good ahane. But after tht, what? The exhibition of the Pocler of fix will close Arril S. ft will he fojlowed April 7 by a Ipl.T f oils by the Z"bitirre brothers. , 000 Of Mips Heln Forbe canvases nalnted recently in Mexico, there are two thst stand most lvlrlly la my memory. One Is ef an In- aHert raeate e aha BU . South bids one No Trump, hold How, just through ocrasional ui ing all four suits protected. This hrldir.g would Justify an eHr'! Ui ia asv po..;a tt tit -u.le. Tobln. Thomas, Edward and Don CAi CARETG 1 ' ' " ald TMUip

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