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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Itiiplds Wed., Sept. 25, 1971 BRIDGE By Oswald James Jacob? "Why didn't you double live roared North. "Whal's wrnnj; with picking up 800 points above the "When you made (hat silly jump to fdur hearts it never (iix-urrcd to me that you held an ace, king, jack and a useless queen. 1 thought you had some eoncepl of correct replied South. The argument may still be- going on for all we know. We see merit on both sides. Cer- tainly North should have bid three, not four, hearts and NUItTII 25 A ,1 9 8 2 V K 3 2 Q S 4 WEST EAST K Q 10 4 3 A li 5 T 10 9 8 6 5 V 732 5 3 2 K J 10 SOUTH (D) 47 V A Q .1 7 4 86 4 A Q 9 8 4 Both vulnerable West Pass 1 Pass Dble Opening lead certainly South should have doubled five diamonds, but neither partner noticed that South should have made his doubled contract. He started out by putting dummy's ace of spades on West's king. Then he finessed the queen of clubs successfully; cashed his ace of clubs; ruffed a third club and played the king of hearts. We won't go in- to the merit of South playing the king of hearts earlier. That didn't matter. What did matter is that when Easl showed out on the first heart. South con- ceded down one. Me didn't have to. He should have played all the high trumps and led clubs. If West didn't ruff Soulh'could throw him in with the last trump. Whenever West gained the lead he would have to play spades. He could cash his queen then he would have to lead to dummy's jack of spades which would, have become good. If he trumped the fourth club Soulh would have a trump remaining to get back to his hand to cash his fifth club. Tile bidding has been: West Pass North East Pass Pass Pare 25 South 24 You, South, hold: K 84 3 ?A 2 Q87 What do you do now? A four hearts. Your partner has shown the ace of dia- monds. Show your ace of hearts, TODAY'S QUESTION Yoor partner bids four notrump. You respond five hearts lo show two aces and he bids five notrump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Cystic Fibrosis Progress Told By Researcher COLUMBIA (AP) Symp- toms of the child-killing disease cystic fibrosis have been produced in rats for the first time, says a University of Missouri medical researcher. Dr. Ricardn told Ihe Columbia Lions club on Wednesday that bis discovery is only a research tool not a control or a cure. "liosoarch that would lake years in human patients can perhaps lie done in he explained. The Cystic Fibrosis Founda- linn says Ihe disease is the Nn. 1 killer of children in the U. S. and eslimates there are million carriers, mostly unde- Icclcd. A child becomes a vic- tim if both parents are curriers. said about one of every l.liOII live births involves a cystic fibrosis victim and their average life span used lo be H years. "With heller antibiotics and digestive aids, there are some cystic fibrosis adulls us now as old as lie said. 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