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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBR10GE HERALD Wodneiday, October 25, 1972 By JEANE DIXON IHI'K.snAV. OCT. 2R I Ynnr hirMiclny tmlnv: Ow- j tacts M'itli others may IK> i nificant. Today's natives avo restless, headstrong, deter- mined to sec a constructive solution to nny pi'obleni, mill- ing to nppcal io AEUKS (.March The (Jay's patterns only begin to settle LIT tlie afternoon as your steady effort finally pre- vails. TAURUS tiatt end deviilag an effec- tive strategy la cEmlnalo a loser on tha dea! West opened tha dence of ttoto and East won the tri ds with fta iuDg. The latter was In position to cash the aca end then conlioua with a third round, but he wanted a diamond lead thru to estab. llsh Iii3 king. II West could contribute a epade trick, tha contract would be defeated. In order to establish What might be a vital trick w.aila the defense still retained the- initiative, boldly UD- rierled hla elnb holding et trick two by retnrntos tha five. West was surprised ta regain tha tod with the, eight clubs, however bi3 partner's daring lead clearly indicated tint the latter ce. sired a play thru dummy, Since diamonds was the ob- vious suit (o attack, Wesl duUIully shilUd lo the deuce uf that suit, South's Ilrst lacltnatlon Was to play a small diamond from dummy in the hope, that West liad led from tha king. II that vfero the case, tho, it would have been easy for East to shift to a dia- mond himself when he was in, Since, be las obviously un. derled the ace of clubs al trick two to get his partoei back in, it appeared llkelj that East had the- missing high card in diamonds. If this were the case, then declarer's only chance to make his bid visa to avoid losing a epade trick on tha deal. Tliis vpooW require an elimination play. The ace ot diamonds was played from dummy and trumps were Brawn in two rounds with lie ace and king. The ten tloto was ruffed in dttmmy, the ace end king ot Epadcs were cashed and a diamond eas led. East was ccnrrentea with e choice cf evils. If he put up the king of, diamonds, his forced return of a diamond or a club would enable South to discard his losing spada tvaile he ruffed in dummy. In the hope that West had the queen of diamonds, East iucked when lhat suit wag led but South won the trick. Be subsequently conceded a 'spada (o the opponents and Claimed his contract. Observe that if East cash- es the ace of clubs at trick two, South has amplo time In establish dummy's spades by giving up a trick In lhat which, one of tiorth's Jong cards provides o parking place for declar- queen ot diamonds. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Viruses cause common -warts Dear Dr. Lamb Did you once comment on warts caused a virus? One mother whose child has warts laughed at the dea. I must have mislaid the article so could you please tell me if this !s correct? Dear Reader You can have the last laugh on your friend. Any eompetenl dermatologist will tell you lhat all common warts are caused by a vine. They probably belong to a single species of viruses called Ihe papovavirus, This doesn't mean they are contagious or will spread from one child io another so don't worry about that. Most of the common warts that appear on the hands and arms and some- times the face will have a nor- mal life span of about one year. This is an important thought to keep in mind in evaluating any form of treat- ment. There are several differ- ent forms of treatments that doctors use, but usually this Is not simply cutting''them out. That can cause Injections and since the wart Is a virus infec- tion this usually means it comes right back. For this reason doc- tors often use liquid nitrogen to freeze Ihe wart and then lift it out or electrodissecUon or other measures. Dear Dr. Lamb Why Is sugar so detrimental to weight loss? I am an molher visiting her daughter. My slaj lias been prolonged by various health problems and I am no longer young. A cup of iea means so much to me. Having tried various sweeteners on the market with tea, I would rath- er go without. I have in so many attempt.'! lo lose wcigjil. Drar Arailcr One level teaspoon of sugar contains about 16 calories and only enough energy to walk about a quarter of. a mile. The reason people have difficulty losing weight isn't because they use sugar, eat bread or fat meat, hut because they eat too much of everything. Sugar does have a lot of calories per weight he- cause it contains little water ant no roughage. live results, or crash diels lhat rr's COOP FOR A MAN TO vt FREE- E T'NATURE! UNFeiYEREP W THE PONPS OF SOCIAL OBLIGATION THAT STiaETHE SPIRIT! BLONDlE-By Chic Young If you want lo lose weight, hough, you should follow a con- sistent pattern for months dir- ected toward cutting down on excess fals, foods conlaining lour and sweels or sugar. This helps get rid of the foods lhat are the richest In calories and owest in bulk. For a person whose weight is stable a rea- sonable decrease in calroies 'ollowed regularly will usually do the trick. Most people tire of :heir diets and stay on 'hem long enough to get effec- they go their health can't tolerate any great length of lime. Some people who do not like artificial sweeteners use hall sugar and half sweeteners. This is particularly easy to do with the artificial sweeteners tha' are granulated powders. These aro usually packaged so thai one teaspoonful of artificial sweetener is equivalent lo one teaspoonful of sugar. This elim mates half of the calories tha you would normally get from sugar but still improves the flavor according to many peo- ple's tasters. Entrance lesls lo he scrapped WATERLOO, Ont. University cxtrance exam inalions will lx> discontinued b Waterloo Lutheran Universit next year. Registrar Henry Dueck sal Tuesday the tests taken by sen ior high school students were o marginal value. "They really didn't lell much tnat was new or that w didn't get from the nig Mr. Ducck said. The tests, haven't been com pulsory for adnu'ssion to theran In the last three years. Last week, Ontario's new un1 versilies minister, Jack McNie said the extrance exams were "depersonalizing and inhib- ON tHE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edward. BY NOON THEYVIEPE HfAPtO RACK TO THE OAGWOOD, TLLNEEO EXTRA MONEY AGAIN THIS 1 IF t GIVE YOU EXTRA MOMEY EVERY WEEK, I MISHTAS WELURAISS YOUR ALLOWAWCS IVSCSOTTOBBMORB CAREFUUHOW Z PHRASS THINSS BEETIE BAHEY-By Mart Walker LI1 ABNER-By Al Capp SAOIE HAWKINS DAV.'.' HE'SAHNEVOUNG BACHELOR-AM' IF HF DON'T GITOUTATOWN IN ._______ MATTER HOW MUCH WE DOM'T LIKETALK.AH GOTTA HIM--- HE.LL, WIND UP MARRIED TO A ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YOU 1 SUBCONSCIOUStM" YOU ARE SEEKING ATTENTION! KOW.TAKE THOSE RED. WHITE AND BLUE SUSPENDERS DO YOU WEAR THEM IN SUBTLE PROTEST OF ESTABLISHMENT PATRIOTISM.. ...OR BECAUSE THE BRIGHT COLORS WILL DRAW ATTENTION TO YOUR MANLY HI AND LOI5-By Dik Browns THE HORSE aONfT SET ANYTHING.' J SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY WHAT VER 1WTAX6 WAS WRONS J WAS WITH IT? J WITH INCREMENT FROM VSR TORQUE 6TANSIFFW! VSR BUCKS, BITT Y6K LUCKY! IF VER PORTISAM VALVE 01 DMT PULSATE CORWECTLV WITH VEFS CYLINDER COULP O'COST SOME REAL. ;