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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Aunuil 28, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ J Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, AUG. 23 Your M r 111 you disciplined your glad impa- CAPIUCOJIX (Doc. 22 Jan. What seems clear to you may not look so to others. Pro- jects encounter a test for prac- I ticality; be ready to revise. Past Fast PRsr Opening lead: Ace of 4 Italy'5 renowned Blue Team which won an uninter- r u p t c tf string of World Championships from 1061 un- til they retired after their triumph In 1969, reaissembtwi their veteran lineup for this year's Olympiad held in Mi- mi Beach in June. Italy vent en to regain the World Title, event which featured a record breaking entry of rations comrm1 need with a 4 ua roiin d whi ch re- quircd each team to play the other 58 cwi lest Ihe four top contenders emerging -at the end for Tina) playoffs. In early match, Teata gave a convinc- ing demonstration of their old form by handily defeat" lug (be defending World's Champion Dallas Aces who represented the United Stales, One of the hands which netted Ihe Italians a mbxtRntlal swing is present- ed today. The bidding Is presented U occurred at the tabla whure Pie4ro Forquct Heated North and Bcnito Garnzzo, South for IIaly, North opened the (ridding with one hcnrt and East, un- der favorable vulnerability conditions, chose to make a yreomptive jump overcall of ihree diamonds. Garozzo, a.s tviH IK; observed, look quito fancy to his hand when ho made a me bid of (our dia- monds which Is, of coiir.se, unconditionally forcing and BUggcflli an Interest in slam. West took advantage o[ opportunity presented to show his support for partner hy dftublmp four diamonds flrwj North fedouhled in or- in sugRtit Ihnt he ficlu- fly hflld rouwJ control hi Uie suit East, who Iiftd an eventual save in mind, now hid four Fpades to lay ttia groundwork in case hi.s part- ner did not hold suitable de- fensive values, Swrth showed hi.s OWTI suit by bidding five clubs and after West passed, Forquet carried on to JSEX clubfi, hold- ing a good fil and several second, round controls. Kast and Smith pawed and now the final decision was up to West, As can be seen by an examination of 4he hands, an excellent sacrifice ta availa- ble on the deal. If Weal per- clsts to six diamonds, North and South can be limited Io lliree hearts and the deal, for a modes L los s of 300 points. His decision ta de- fend was apparently based en the belief that South had both Ihe ace and king o[ clubs. If this had been the case, West might expect to lake one spade and one club against South's flam. In compel itix'e ritual ions Buch as thLs, it usually pays Io give partner one Wd on the dost and m the present case, West was gambling a preat doil on his aimmip- iion. If North's bid of six clubs is hased on a high club hrnur, then West's queen is trapper! and the potential on the deal can suhsran'ial, Bidding six dia- monds is merely taking out insurance when the issue is Rome what In doubt. Against the six club crm- tract. West opened ihe nets of spades and continued with the queen. South won w-ilh the king in his hand and the only problem on 1he deal was the location of Uia queen of clubs. .East's bid- ding clearly marked him for in both diamonds and epades. accordingly cashed the, s t of their infanl.s arc tan or ginger brown balls of fin As they grow up, theii racrotHi-lype markings become more distinct. Most species have reddish-brown or grayish bodies and hlack stockings. The Huffy tail tapers toward the lip. and usually it is ring- ed with lighl and dark hands. The light ant! dark facial mark- ings nro less distinct than the Mardi finis mn.sk worn hy our hrloved An adult mnlo roan is nbout fa'jL