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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WedrpsdQy, february 4, 197

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.Patriots seek stadium lease;
stricken Santa Anita opens
By The Associated Press

KIRK ON BRIDGE:
Fake squeeze revisits declarer

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' BOSTON -President Billy Sullivan of the Boston Patriots By LEE KIRK
still sees "some ray of hope" for leasing Harvard Stadium for 1970 Daily Bridge Editor
home games, but the pro football club appears destined to move to a: Bridge is not always a pleasant
much greener pasture. game. The hunter often becomes
The Harvard Corporation reaffirmed Monday its refusal to play the hunted, and occasionally the
landlord to the Patriots, who have only six weeks to find a home with squeezer gets squeezed. In today's
a 50,000-seat capacity. hand, poor declarer's plan to pres-
sure the defense got the desired
Under terms of the AFL-NFL merger, which is effective this result, a squeeze, but South ended;
year, teams must have stadiums with a minimum of 50,000 seats. up as the victim.-
Harvard is the last hope for the Patriots. The university's stadium The bidding is hardly profound.
has a capacity of 40,000 but another 10,000 seats could be added South would have no objections
easily. to a major suit contract, but with
The Patriots played last season at Boston College, with a 26,000- no five card suit and a sixteen
seat capacity. They also have played at Fenway Park, home of base- point hand, the only viable bid is
ball's Red Sox, and at Boston University. Both are far from adequate. one no trump.
North might consider a signoff
Harvard rejected the Patriot's request for use of the stadium at two diamonds, but his suit fig-
last week. However, the corporation reconsidered its action after re- ures to be nearly as useful in no
quests from Gov. Francis Sargent and many other persons, including trump. In duplicate one no trump
alumni. is worth just as much as two dia-
* *; monds and the overtricks, which
are so vital in duplicate, are more
" ARCADIA, Calif. - Ornate Santa Anita, cured of a strike valuable, so North, with only five
plague that killed 27 valuable racing days, finally opened yesterday points, did the right thing and
under sunny skies and the winner of the feature race for the passed.
second straight year, the $38,200 San Carlos Handicap was Rising West opened the club five in the
Market. hopes that his partner had at
A crowd estimated at 26,000 turned out for the belated opening. least one of the missing honors
It was far short of the 55,000 anticipated for the scheduled opening in that suit or that South had the
Dec. 26 when 2,000 employes struck the plant. South had to win the trick with
* * '* his king and could count six quick
* COLUMBIA, S. C. - The Columbia State reported yesterday tricks assuming the diamonds
that Bobby Roberts will resign as basketballcoach at Clemson Uni- broke with some sanity. South ran
versity at the end of this season. the diamonds, feeling that perhaps
this would squeeze the defenders.
The paper also repdrted that Art Musselman, one of Roberts' However, neither were in any par-
assistants, has already accepted a job on the North Carolina State ticular trouble.
University coaching staff. West parted with two spades

and a heart while East pitched
one card from each of his major
suits, leaving this position:
NORTH
V-9 6 4
S4-8 5
.?.-8 7

WEST
4-A
V-Q 8
4 -A J9
T-A J 93

EAST
4-Q 10
V-A 10
4. 0 4

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opposition had to lead the majors
up to him. Since it almost seemed
that West would have the lead
after running his clubs, declarer
disdained the lead of a major suit
and led clubs instead. West ran his
four tricks and South began to
realize that the squeeze was on
him.
East had no discarding prob-
lems. He again pitched off one
card in each of the majors. South,
however, had to make three sluffs,
and after giving up his remainingg
major suit spots, South was down
to two king-jack combinations
and was trapped in a criss-cross
squeeze.
If he threw the jack of hearts,
West would lead a small heart to
his partner's blank ace, felling the
king, and collect the last two tricks
with the heart queen and the
spade ace. As it happened, our
hapless declarer parted with the
spade jack and West took his ace
and led a heart,_ allowing his

partner to rack up the two final
tricks, setting the contract one~
trick.
NORTH
4-8 5
V-9 6 4
'-KQ965
4-8 7 2

SOUTH
4-K J 6
V-K J 7
f- -
.4-6
At this point, South can still
bring home the bacon by taking
a plunge into the major suits and
coming up with the right guess.
However, declarer, perhaps guided
by idle visions of overtricks, felt
his chances would be better if the

W7ST
11-A 7 2
V-Q 8 3
-4 3
4*-A J 9 5 3
SOUTH
4-K J 6
M-K J 7
f-AJ
4[-K

EAST
4 Q 10 9 3
r-A 10 2
f-Q104
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By The Associated Press
The M Boys combined for 69
points Monday night. Louisiana
State's Pete Maravich had 49 of
them and became the first major
college basketball player to score
3,000 in a career, but Penn was
happy to have Bob Morse's 15 and
Kentucky was just wild about Ter-
ry Mills' four.
Maravich, who shattered OscarI

Robertson's major college career;
mark Saturday night, boosted his
total to 3,036 as LSU whipped Mis-
sissippi State 109-91. En route, he
also passed one of the six small,
college players ahead of him-
Bennie Swain of Texas Southern,
who had 3,008.
3efore he's through, Maravich,
who has 12 regular season games
left, should eclipse everyone but

Grambling's Bob Hopkins, who
amassed 3,759 in a, four-year
career.
Mills popped in a 25-foot shot
with 11 seconds left to give Ken-
tucky an 84-83 victory over Au-
burn and move the Wildcats into '4-
a tie with Georgia for first place
in the Southeastern Conference.
The third-ranked Wildcats suf-
fered their first defeat of the sea-
son Saturday against Vanderbilt.

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Penn, which jumped from ;14th
] o 10th in this week's Asssociated
Press poll, had just blown a 12-
point lead in the closing minutes
and trailed 17th-ranked Columbia
by a point when Morse sank two
free throws and added a corner
jump shot a minute later to help
the Quakers to a 57-52 triumph.
They also broke a tie with-Co-
lumbia for the Ivy League lead.

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The only other ranking teamstin
actions were No. 8 Jacksonville,
which walloped Iona 1i0-75, and
Kansas State, No. 18, which re-
mained in the Big Eight driver's
seat with a 82-64 trouncing of
Iowa State.
.ouisiana State, bidding for a
post-season tournament, pulled
away from Missisippi State mid-
way through the first half. Mara-
vich made 21 of 40 shots and pass-
ed off for nine assists.
The Top Twenty.

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S1. UCLA (31)
2. -South Carolina
3. Kentucky
4. St. Bonaventure
5. North Carolina State
6. New Mexico State
7. North Carolina
S. Jacksonville
9. Marquette
10. Pennsylvania
11. Southern California
12. Florida State

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Illinois
Davidson
Houston
Columbia
Kansas State
illanova
Iowa

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This outstanding documentary of the Spanish Civil War, filmed.in Spain during the
war by Joris''ens, was produced by a group of writers and film makers as their
means of supporting the struggle for liberation then going on in Spain.
.Hemingway... feeling for the people of Spain which comes from his heart, the
combination of experience and intuition directing your attention quietly to the moral
truth you might well have missed . .
".. .the power and meaning of its subject is there to feed the imagination. ."
". ..the film does not have to raise its voice to be undeniable, its report a plain tes-
timonial to the way men can be lifted clear beyond themselves by the conception of
and full response to the epic demand of their time." -New Republic
-'"As face after face looks out from the screen the 'ra w's
::::ni4., ern I-.arr,...ac n u rt of a4 nrrf l. I aa t 4., L u. n n c . eI, I

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