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THlE MICHIGANDI)LY

SUNDAY. APM 25.1954 '

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Nine Of Hearts Key Card
In Unusual Bridge Situation
South dealer:
S K1096 chose to save while trump was
H J103 being drawn.
D 532 Observe what happens when a
C AK7 small heart is led from the dummy.
If East plays small, South will play
the nine. West will take the trick
$ N S 832 with the ten but South wins the
H K108 W E H J764 remaining tricks, for if a heart is
AKQ75 D864 returned into the ace-queen, South
C 962 [ j C 1053 will win both of these plus his
trump. If West returns his diamond
S AQJ54 (or club), South can trump in the
H AQ9 dummy and discard his queen of
CQ QJ4hearts, leaving him- with the ace
Bidding W N Note thateven if East plays the
S Db.W N. E jack of hearts on the first heart
IS Dbl. RDbI. P lead, South will play the queen, los-
P 4D 2 P ing to the king, but creating the
4S P P Psame end position; the crucial
By ED SIMON card being the nine of hearts.
Director of League Bridge Lessons -

Judic Position
Remains Same
For Groups
( Continued from Page 1.)

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cases are considered,
flucuate according to
circumstances and the
ties and attitudes of
members, she said.

but fines
individual
personali-
the Judic

IN PERSON ON THE STAGE
PORGY AND BESS"
with CAD CALLOWAY plus .Cast of 6
UNION STUDENT TRIP
2.40 BUS TRIP CASS THEATRE, DETROIT
4.20 ORCHESTRA SEAT Late Permission for Women
6.00 Value for $4 Complete
Tickets on Sole beginning Mon., April 26-29 at Student Offices, Michigan Union, 3-5 P.M.

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Daily coverage Friday of the
$500 Nu Sigma Nu fine for an
unauthorized party Feb. 20 was
also questioned by Judic. who
termed it inaccurate in that
serving alcoholic beverages to
minors was not involved in the
original fine.
Judic itself had declined to
comment on the case although
sub-committee member Prof. Jos-
eph E. Kallenbach of the political
science department said, "there
were other factors involved in
the decision. It wasn't just a mat-
ter of serving drinks to minors."
Prof. Kallenbach did not indi-
cate what these circumstances
were.

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While it is always pleasant. to
win with assets greatly superior
to the opponents', an even sweeter
victory in bridge is attained by
keeping the opponents from using
what they have.
The bidding on this hand got of f
to a vigorous start. The double by
West shows the strength of an op-
ening bid with support in the un-
bid suits. The redouble by North
is a standard bid, telling his part-
ner that he holds more than ten
points.
NOTE THAT East is now not
obligated to bid because his part-
ner will have anotherschance to
speak. After West bids two dia-
monds, North bids two spades to
show his support for his partner's
suit.
At this point South can see
that his side has at least 26
points, and eight or nine spades.
These being the normal require-
ments for game, he bids four
spades.
West led the king, queen, and
ace of diamonds, the last being
trumped by the declarer in his
hand. At this point the declarer
can see that he will make his con-
tract if he can hold his losers in
hearts to one. Clearly if the king
of hearts is on side, that is if East
has the king of hearts, a finesse
will be successful.
However, because West doubled,
it is unlikely that East has the
king, thus some other line of play
must be resorted to. The key card
in this situation is the nine of
hearts, as will be seen.
THP DECLARER first draws1
trump and then plays three rounds
of clubs, ending up in the dummy..
At this point all hands have four
cards, the dummy and the declarer
each hasve one spade and all their
original hearts.
East has his original four
hearts, West has three hearts
and either a diamond or club,

Muller Appointed
To Library Posty
Recently appointed Assistant
Director of Libraries for the Uni-
versity is Robert H. Muller, now
chairman of the Department of
Library Service at Southern Illin-
ois University.
Prior to his flinois position, Mul-
ler worked with the San Francisco
Public Library, the U. S. War De-
partment headquarters and the
University of Chicago Graduate
Library School.

-Daily-Dean Morton
READY, AIM-Nancy Newman, of Pontiac, takes aim for her
opening shots in the National Rifle Association Junior tournament
held In Ann Arbor yesterday. The match, held at the University
rifle range, drew 155 competitors representing 30 teams. The
Ann Arbor High School Rifle Club sponsored the meet, assisted
by the Ann Arbor rifle Club. Miss .Newman was the individual
girls champion in the 1952 shoot.

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