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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD Wednesday, September 30, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, SEPT. 21 Your birthday today: This la a wait-and-see year; too early to assume that what you've done is In the direction you want, too late {or decisions. Today's natives will go anywhere to learn something interesting, may not be anxious to share what they learn. ABIES (March 21-April Distraction with others' prob- lems could lead to a minor but difficult to correct error. Be thorough In all that you do. TAURUS (April 20-May 'Adventurous moods bring on great expense. Speculation in finances is unrealistic, to be done only If you know how much you can part with com- fortably. GEMINI (May 21 June 201: What had been scheduled to be paid oft in terms or ut some later date is suddenly due. Family squabbles need your arbitration. CANCER (June 21 July Overexertion is a possibility. You will be more successful by remaining moderate, evenly balanced in habits and choices. LEO (July 23 Aug. No- body Is going to tell you the full story. Do your own care- ful estimates, be content to go without details, think big. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sep. The need for exact delivery oi what has been promised you gives all concerned some dis- comfort, as nothing fits ex- pectations. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Pace your efforts to avoid fa tigue; conditions are hiuderec by old methods or mechanica inefficiency. Expect 1 n g favors is unreal. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Life has both sunshine anc shadows, wilh some of the darker ones likely today up to disappointment without recriminations. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Keep your mind on issues rather than personalities. Re- straining your expressions may avert setting up further dlf- Icultics. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. The wise will listen for :hat word today, finding it in subtle implications or telltale discrepancies oE or quantities. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fen. Budgets will be out of line with present conditions. Spend the day fac If biding, making comparisons, then steep over ;he puzzle. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Promises are easy to make, hard to redeem. Your projects may he caught in between con- flicting claims for your atten- tion. (1072 By The Chicago Tribune) Today in history States Presi- dent Truman asked for the resignation of Henry Wal- lace as secretary of com- merce. hurricane over New England killed about 660 people. Dysart an- nounced old-age pensions for New Brunswick. SS Maurctania was launched. recovered Acadia at the Treaty of Ry- swick. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1173 Br Trtbm Neithir vulnerable. North deals, NORTH AJ1065Z VAQ8 0 J3 WEST EAST AK7 9KJ109812 OXQ1081 6KJ1073 SOUTH AQtflS- VS 0752 AA96S The bidding: North East South Well Pass IV 1 3 A 4V 1 A Dole. Pass Pass Pass Opening lea'd: Seven of Italy not only won World Bridge Olympiad held in Miami Beach last June, but they also finished first in the Ladles Series which wu run concurrently with the main event. The Italians an lead and played consistently thruout to finish solidly ahead of South Africa while a highly regarded American lineup had to content themselves wilhfltird. Today's hand Is from tha match between Italy and the United States and the deal retted the eventual victors a cizeable swing. The bidding is presented at the table where the Ital- ians were seated North and South. East opened the bid- ding in seecond position with one he act and South over- called with one spade, West's double is not for pen- alties, but in the methods employed by the American pair using it, is a conven- tional call showing values in the unhid suits. North's jump to three tpades was intended as a preemptive maneuver de- signed to jam up the oppo- nents' bidding channels. TOth spade length and heart strength located in front of the opening bidder, North did not appear to be long on defensive values. Holding a virtually self-sustaining suit, East persisted to four hearts. South bid four spades -which West this time for penalties. She was convinced that her side could not make a five level contract, but perhaps it would have been ta pass the decision around to partner, particularly since the Issue was not clear-cut. If left to her own devices, East might have carried on to five hearts which will ba defeated only one trick if South makes the expected opening lead of the ace of ipades. Against four spodcs dou- bled, West opened the seven of hearts and the ace was played from dummy. The Jack of spades was led and when East played 4he seven, de- clarer considered- a moment and then let ihe jack ride. When the finesse succeeded, another spade lead brought forth the king and ace and cleared up the (rump situa- tion. Tha ace of clubs iashetl and a small club con- tinued. When West turned up with the king, declarer claimed 10 tricks conced- ing two diamonds in addi- tion to the club that she had Just lost. The profit on the deal to Italy was 590 points 1290 for the doubled trick score plus the 300 bonus awardsd in tournament play for a nonvulnerable At the other table where ths United States was seated North-South, the kidding Etarted in a similar manner with East's opening bid of one heart and South's over- call of one spade. The Ital- ian player in West's position declined to take direct ac- tion and passed. North jumped to three spades which was passed by East. Altho North's action -is high- ly invitational, a jump raise by the partner of an overcall- cr Is not forcing and South held loo many losers to car- ry on voluntarily. She passed and West once declined to act, permitting ber to play a part Kore. Altho the American South' routinely took 10 tricks, her score on the deal was only [120 plus a SO honus for a part score] and the net loss on tie deal to the United States was 120 points. Three dimensions Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of (lie Merit Stud- ents Encyclopedia to Debbie age 13, of Munde- eln, Illinois, for her question: ow do we see In three dimen- ons? This problem baffled scien- sts for centuries and re- larchers solved it only during 10 past five years. Our visual