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SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1954

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Lt. Grady L. Friday and
Aviation Cadet Selection
Detachment No-403 are
visiting the University of
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April 30. He will be avail-
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8 a.m. to 4 p.m. "for those
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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Reactivated
Under the newly reactivated
student advisors program, upper-
classmen in 21 literary college de-
partments and three other schools
will be on hand to advise fellow
students on academic problems.
Student advisors who were re-
commended by their academic
counselors as among the most
capable in their departments will
be available from 3 to 5 p.m. every
afternoon for the week of April
26 to 30 in Rm. 1025 Angell Hall.
Revived this semester after a
two year lapse the program is
designed to allow students to get
information about courses from
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Brazil
Brazil will be the subject of
four films to be presented at
7:3- p.m. today at the Interna-
tional Center.
The movies have been
brought here from the Brazilian
embassy

Oxford Economist To Speak
Prof. John Jewkes, Oxford Uni-
versity professor of economics, will profJewkes will makenspeciarf
erence to the -economic situation
speak on "Personal Liberty and of the United Kingdom during the
Economic Policy" at 8 p.m. tomor- years 1945 to 1951.
row in the Rackham Amphithea- Calling himself an "apostle of
ter. I free enterprise," he is currently a
Addressing the Economics Club,l visiting professor at Chicago "U."

South dealer, cover
hands
S.KQ106
H Q32
D J85
C 642

East-West

By ED SIMON
Director of League Bridge Lessons

The
sented
South

bidding of this hand pre-
no problem to the North-
players who held it.

S --
H J96
D Q6432
C AKQJ9
Bidding:
S
is
4S

N
W E
S A9853
H AK7
D AK
C 975

S J742
H 10845
D 1097
C 103

South, holding 18 points in high'
cards and 1 point in distribution
opened 1 spade. North, holding 8
* points in high cards and excep-I
tional trump support made the
free raise to 2 spades after West
had overcalled 2 clubs. This slight
encouragement was enough to
spur South to his game contract.,
West won his three high clubs
and then switched to a diamond
which South, of course,, had to
win in his hand. At this point
South, perhaps blinded by the ap-I
r n- rfiin of hi ah r dl

all four trump are in one hand a
finesse for the Jack must be taken.
k By leading a low spade to the!
king in dummy South can deter-
mine if anyone has all four trump
and still retain a-finessing position
against either defender, should it
be needed.
It should be noted that this
safety play -can be made only when
no more than the Jack is missing
among the high cards. If East
also has the missing ten, he will
play it on the second round of
spades forcing the ace from the
declarer's hand and once again
establish the jack as setting trick.
There is a partial safety play
even when the opponents do have
the J 10 and two small.

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parent prolusion o n ign car as, '-
chose to lead the ace of spades Boethois To Give
fromt his hand.I
When West played a diamond e ture on Rome
to this trick, South's horror could
be matched only by the delight of The Jerome lecture on "RomanI
East who realized that his lone Imperial Architecture and Its In-
picture card was going to win the fluence on Mediaval Town-Build-
setting trick. ing" will be given by Prof. Axel
South could have averted this Boethius at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in
disaster by resorting to a simple Auditorium A, Angell Hall.
safety play. If the spade suit is Prof. Boethius is instructor of
divided no more unfavorably than Classical Archaeology and History
3-1 the play of the A K Q in any at the University of Goteborg in
order would clear trump. But if Sweden.

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