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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-1 HE LETHBRIDGE September Your horoscope By team Diion SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 Your birthday today: You now begin the final round of a long cycle of self im- provement. Before the last quarter of the year, refine and redevelop rather than plunge into major changes. Today's natives include many of great intelligence or ability to un- derstand cause and effect. ARIES (March 21-April Make your own arrangements early and keep them simple. Deal tactfully with those you must, but stay out of arguments where possible. TAURUS (April 20-May Keep down your impulse to spend extra during otherwise great Sunday. Socialize, enjoy pastimes and reminisce. GEMINI (May 21-June Be hospitable. Share with those who have less, but don't agree to supply anybody for extended periods. Catch up with an abundance of social news. CANCER (June 21-July Rely on your enthusiasm. Do what is most important, but take a firm stand with money. Pursue mental activities and conversation in afternoon and evening. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) :Take part in your community social and religious activities. Con- tacts made now deserve con- sideration and cultivation, but not extravagant enter- tainment. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. You can overcome many differences and get started in a new direction by using sub- tle persuasion, particularly with people you don't know very well. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Find areas where you can br- ing happiness to those less for- tunate, but-avoid patronizing or pity. Money complicates most projects, so be patient. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Influential people are apt to be helpful if allowed to do things in their own way, but don't expect definite financial changes or benefits. Advance planning is favored now. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. As you work for long-term goals, take into ac- count the hopes and re- quirements of your family. An important introduction is probably among today's plea- sant events. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Travel is not favored. At- tend to simple, dignified customs. Self-improvement is inevitable with reading and meditation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN S The Tribune Dear Mr. Goren comment on the tollowing sequence. South West North East INT Pass Pass Pass South claimed that North's bid showed at least a five-card suit but a relatively weak hand. North maintained that, since it was a free bid at the two level, it showed at least 10 points and therefore was forcing. What is your opinion? .VJrs. C. G. Donahue. Naples. Fla. (This question has been awarded the weekly prize.) here is a general principle in (lidding [hai when made a imi that describe wmr hand uithin limits do not bid again unless lorced to do so. Aiming the hands that tall into this category .ire those that are opened one no hands of lh-18 points Thus, it' a one no trump opemnu is and that bid passed round to the opener, he shor'd pass He has alreadv i'.esc ibed-his hand with his opening bid What then should opener's partner 'outth a smattering tit points and a suit? It he passes, the opponents will steal the hand. Iheretore. he must be allowed to bid his Ions; suit in the knowledge that his partner will not pla> him tor a strong hand and will pass, that he is simpK competing with the opponents tor tlie part score. How. then, can responder show that he has a yood hand and is -.merested in game despite the mcrcall? He has forcing bids available- He can cither cue-bid the opponents" suit, or he can jump in his own suit. Either action compels the opener to keep the bidding open until game is reached. a recent quiz you used the term "scientist's What do you mean by Betty Scheie. La Crosse. Wise. contract bridge first started, bidding was pretty much a hit and miss affair. Over the years, tumctcr. much time and millions of page- "I writing been demoted