Wednesday, November 26, 1969
THE MICHIGAN! DAILY
Wednesday, November 26, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
KIRK ON BRIDGE:
Unique squeeze aids bold slam
By LEE KIRK
Daily Bridge Editor
Blasting to slam is often an ef-
fective technique if you are afraid
of giving the defense some val-
uable information. In today's
hand, North did one better t h a ni
blasting, he cracked in with a
couple of hydrogen bombs, but his
side was able to fulfill the con-
tract through a rare double criss-
This intriguing hand was given
to me by Jerry Lerman, who sat
South, and Paul Milgrom, who
played it recently at the weekly
Union duplicate touiney.
Lerman and Milgrom were bid-
ding Kaplan-Sheinwold, b u t
North's one club opening would
have been made by your grand-
mother using Culbertson's quick
trick system. South made the
normal one heart response, and
North then let loose with his first
Despite his fine heart support,
North is a little shy on overall
values for his skip to three hearts.
South dutifully showed his other
major suit, and North proceeded
to nearly commit tableside hari-
kari by soaring to six hearts.
North could be reasonably con-
fident that his partner had an ace,
probably in spades, but the cruc-
ial knowledge about the diamond
should be easily found by cue
bidding or Blackwood.
Declarer took the opening trick
with the club ace and led a small
spade, letting East's queen hold
the trick. East returned another
club and South ruffed in his hand.
He then took the spade ace and
ruffed a spade on the board, West
sluffing a diamond.
Declarer then ruffed still ano-
ther club, Est throwing a spade,
and returned to the board with a
heart to ruff another club. East
was begining to feel the squeeze
and threw a trump rather than
part with his last spade or a dia-
East's maneuver was, however,
futile, for declarer over-ruffed
overtook his last heart on t h e
board, leaving this position:
*-J 9 5
*-Q 10 7
--A 8 6
Piniella takes rookie honor;
Angels-Reds clinch trade
. NEW YORK - Lou Piniella, a Seattle expansion draftee who
was traded to Kansas City April 1, was named American League
Rookie-of-the-year yesterday by a 24-man panel of baseball writers.
Piniella received nine and Mike Nagy, Boston pitcher, received
Outfielder Carlos May of the Chicago White Sox was third with
five votes. The California Angeles' Ken Tatum, a relief pitcher, was
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Piniella had a fine year, batting .282 with 21 doubles, six triples,
11 homers and 68 runs batted in. He led the expansion Royals in
* ANAHEIM - Moving to add strength at the plate, the Cali-
fornia Angels traded pitchers Jim McGlothlin, Ron Geishort and
Pedro Borbon to Cincinnati yesterday for outfielder Alex Johnson
and infielder Chico Ruiz.
Big men in the deal were McGlothlin, a right-hander who posted
an 8-16 record with the American League Angels, and Johnson, who
hit .315 with the Reds, sixth highest in the National League. He
banged 17 homers with 88 runs-batted-in.
"It's not easy to trade a .300 hitter," Reds' General Manager Bob
Howsam said, "bue we felt this was one deal we couldn't afford to
turn down. Our reports were very high on all three pitchers."
* MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL - Frank Crosetti and Marv
Grissom have been hired by the Minnesota Twins under new manager
Billy Rigney, the American League team announced yesterday.
Crosetti, a coach with the New York Yankees for 20 years
before shifting to the Seattle Pilots last season, will coach third
base for the Twins. He replaces John Goryl.
* KANSAS CITY - Joe Schultz, fired as manager of the Seattle
Pilots of the American League two weeks ago, was hired yesterday as
a coach for the Kansas City Royals.
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--J 9 5 3
V-A K 10 6
4-A J 8 5 4
V-9 7 5
V-Q8 4 32
The lead of the ten of hearts
from the board put East in a bind.
He couldn't part with his spade
king, for that would set up de-
clarer's five, so he pitched a dia-
mnond. The five of spades was now
useless, so South parted withit
and West was cooked. If he threw
the club, North's jack would be
set up, but if he pitched a dia-
mond, Declarer would be able to
run off the last three tricks in that
Thus the double criss-cross
squeeze screwed the defense to the
wall and gave Lerman and Mil-
grom a top board.
Neither side vulnerable
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