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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Circleville, Ohio r Friday September 17 1937 THE DAILY OHIO CROSSWORD PUZZLE 3 IS 30 35 II 41 color of between C area of a bishop 17Vow digit of 36 the hand DOWN ACROSS worthless leaving name from the center of a circle cool denly for the purpose of hardening portable chair Shrewdness of the first practical telegraph Saxon letter things in let geol of length bronze coin Answer to previous puzzle second ary law the pres ent time current fivefranc piece France with hills SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By RJ SCOTT 15 SAID 60 HE A MADE BUIEON OKE VMONO THEIR AJIE MUDBALLS VJWCM IfaEY 5UK4C OM JflCKJ AHX CMANqEO TROM ONE SIDE OPfflE COMFlfCTro NAflOMAl COAT OF oF PERU SMOWK OM 1885 xof AMETHB P68IN rtE LOWER CONTRACT BRIDGE CALLING FOB AM EXIT HIGHLOW do not mere ly constitute a request that your partner make laads of particular suits In certain cases you can announce that you hold a fairly high card in a suit and beg your partner to discard a higher one BO that he will not be thrown into the lead by an endplay Q 7 5 V8542 97 4 J 8 4 4 Q J 10 5 J 9 8 2 s 4 K 10 6 2 10 A 68 2 Q75 K84 10 Dealer South NorthSouth vulnerable To Souths initial 1Heart call on this deal North responded with 1Spade South rebid at 2Hearts North raised to 3Hearts and South went to 4Hearts Perhaps sounder bidding against keen op ponents who make good use of all unnecessary Information vouch safed might have been a straight heart raise by North without ever showing the epades West led his diamond queen to the ace and the king took the next diamond South now ruffed a third diamond in dummy led a trump to the ace and took the trump return with the jack Next came the club ace and a lead to the king The declarer intended then to try to throw East in with his club queen and make him pitch into the spade tenace or else offer a diamond ruff anddiscard East however no ticed his partner play the eight and then the deuce on the club leads indicating a possible winner there so discarded the queen on the second club West therefore won the third with his jack and came through the spades setting the contract Tomorrows Problem K 10 9 8 tf A Q J A 4 Q83 ROOM AND BOARD AND ANOTHER PEAT I USET3 TO PERFORM WITH A RARE OLD TOLEDO BLADE WAS WRAPPING AN APPLE IN A SILK HANDKERCHIEF AND THEN SUSPENDING IT WITH A STRING I WOULD FLIP NNV A FLASH OP STEEL AMD THE APPLE WAS SLICEO IN TWO WITHOUT CUTTING THE HANDKERCHIEF IS ME LIKE THAT OR DOES ME PUFF THE HE GOES ALONG WITH IV ASKING FOR A LOWER RATE AND A BOLT ON TW JUDGE V HES UKE TH WAX I FFUJIT OM TMTABLE ONLY FOOLS YOU ON FIRST BITE 1 MAKES A BIG Nxun 1 7 AQ J 7 5 4 10 9 3 Dealer vulnerable What is the this deal KQ J72 A 10 7 5 4 i South NorthSouth correct bidding ot CLASSIFIED ADS ALWAYS BRING RESULTS READ THEM USE THEM IT ALWAYS PAYS PHONE 782 FOR THE WANT AD TAKER POPEYE OHTHE LOVE IF Ye COTHfV pppptv V Sr KtAOW sows if x M ETTA KETT H VA GOT ONE 5 SOCXTED ME IN GOTTA ME FROM MY PEOMISC NOT TO FIGHT SO I CAN Sock HIM J THATS PEWAI2O FOE KEEPING YOU KEEPVOUfc WORD NOT TO FIGHT BAOC iu GIVEVOU A KISS EACH 7i ME HE HITS 917 MUGGS McGINNIS Wow iHArr VE ve HAt VER x I Vfe TCD X WAMT Yfe TO TMMCE RlGtOT our oTWi3 CAVE r4 NEVER COME BACK sncKiKl IN PIRATETREASURE AGAIN I KJoV T T DAMCE M X A AWAY H NioT IF CUT ME TO BITS IM TSEE feUR JEASURH j X GO I J BIG SISTER A NUT TO EIVEP LET VOO OPVRICHT IHT KING FEATURES SYNDICATE HIGH PRESSURE PETE TO SOCK NOU VJtTW BRICK BRADFORD By E C TO THE TIMt TO SOW SO CUD TO SOWD AK IT MfcOE THE i SOOHfrr By Paul Robii FISH FACE I DATJE r1 PACKi FOB HUH Ml SOCKiD By Wally MOT OF oU WHATS By urruai TO rr SAJCVCTVAERE ABOOT By Swan ICHT 1M7 KINC KATKHr iiWD CAfi I I I 9
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