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PAGE EIGHT

T H MICMGAN DAILY"

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER, 2,115r,

PAGE EIGHT TITE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER Z 19541

TRICK DISAPPEARS:
Hand Shows Competitive Bidding

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By EDGAR SIMONS
Daily Bridge Columnist
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tion in his hand with the queen
and led a club to the dummy.
Dummy's high heart was played,
and south discarded a small club.
The ace and king of clubs were
played and a third round of clubs
was led from the dummy. East
and west had to follow suit, but
declarer, having already discarded
a club, won by ruffing with the
two of spades.
East Overtrumps
Declarer then led his last dia-]
mond. West's play did not matter,

as dummy trumped with the nine.
East, having only his four trump
left, had to overtrump, lest play
of the king and ace leave him only
one trump trick.
But east still was 'trapped. If le
led a small trump, declarer's eight
would win, so he returned the
queen of trump. This was won in
the dummy by the ace.
Dummy's low trump was led to-
ward declarer's K-8 finessing
east's J-4, and east's second trump
trick had vanished.

Organization
Notices}
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture, 4 p.m., Lane Hail, Speaker: Dr.
Martin, "Can Ultimate Truth Be Found
Empirically?"
Congregational and Disciples Stu-
dent Guild, International Program, 7
p.m., Congregational Church, Speaker:
Dr. Davis, "Universities Around the
World."
Lutheran Student Association, Sup-
per and Program, 6 p.m., Lutheran
Student Center.
Graduate Outing Club. Tobogganing
and Supper, 2 p.m., Rackham.
Roger Williams Fellowship, Christmas
Program, 6:45 p.m., Chapman Room.
Roger Williams Fellowship, Bible
Class, 9:45 a.m., Guild House.
University of Michigan Folk Dan-
cers, Dancing, 7:30-10 p.m., Monday
Lane Hall,.
Young Republicans, Discussion, "Why
the GOP Lost Congress" 8 p.m., Tues.
day, Room 3B. Union.

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IDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Today's hand is taken from a
duplicate game and is an example
of competitive bidding and careful
play of a part score contract, so
important in tournament play.
In rubber bridge the hand would
have disappeared unnoticed, here
it is one of east's trump tricks
which does the disappearing act.
West responded his best suit to
his partner's takeout double,and
east passed, seeing no chance for
game. South was unwilling to sell
out at the one level and competed
by bidding spades. East tried
again, but north had the spade
suit and bought the hand at two
spades.
West Selects Heart
West selected a small heart as
opening lead. A small heart was
layed from the dummy and east
won with the ace. East then
cashed his three high diamonds
and settled back in his chair to
wait until he collected his two
trump tricks.
But such was not his lot. De-
clarer won east's heart continua-

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the month of December in 1437 UES.
The office will be open from 8 to 12
a.m. and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. The teacher's
oath is a requirement for the teach-
er's certificate.
Mathematics Colloquium: Wed., Dec.
5, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 3011 AH.
Prof. R. Duncan Luce, of Columbia
University, will speak on "Probabi-
listic Theory of Utility,"
Coming Events
The Women's Research Club will
meet on Mon. Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. In the
Assembly Room, Rackham Building.
Mrs. Kamer Aga-Oglu, Curator, Divi-
sion of the Orient, Museum of Anthro-
pology, will speak on "Late Ming and
Ch'ing Porcelain Fragments from Ar-
chaeological Sites in Central and North
America."
Science Research Club December
meeting will be held in the Rackham
Amphitheatre at. 7:30 p.m. on Tues.,
Dec. 4. Program: "Treponemal Test in
Syphilis Diagnosis," Albert H. Wheeler
-Dermatology and Syphilology; "Tis-
sue Culture: Large Scale Production of
Animal Cell Population,"' Donald J.
Merchant - Bacteriology. Introduction
of new members. Dues for 1956-57
accepted after 7:10 p.m.

Placement Notices
The following schools have vacancies
on their teaching staffs for February,
1957.
BOUND BROOK, NEW JERSEY-
High School Business Education; High
School Social Studies.
COPLEY, OHIO-2nd Grade; Ele-
mentary Art; Girls Physical Education;
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Junior High Art; Vocal Music.-Strings.
DUNDEE, MICHIGAN-3rd Grade.
EDWARDSBURGMICHIGAN - Ele-
mentary (4th Grade, 8th or 7th Grade);
General Science-Biology.
GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN-High
School Latin-French.
LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN-(Nor-
thwestern Military and Naval Academy)
Mathematics.
NEWARK, OHIO-2nd Grade; Voca-
tional Home Economics; Slow Learners.
SIOUX CITY, IOWA-Dramatics.
SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN-Kindergar-
ten.
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN-First
Grade.
WILTON, CONNECTICUT-All Ele-
mentary Grades: English; Science;
Science-Math; Girls' Physical Educa-
tion.
UTICA, - MICHIGAN - Elementary
Speech Correction; Shop; Math; Coun-
selor.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-

HOME ALOFT-Swiss acrobat Paul Loosi is equipped for just
about anything as he tries to break flagpole-siting record of 69
days in Lucerne. Loosi's roost is equipped with phone, bed, and
pulley for food,
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GERMAN CLUB
Sponsors
Goethe's Faust (Part 1
Drama (In German)
Presented by Deutsche Buehne, Detroit
December 4th, 7:30 P.M.
Ann Arbor High School Auditorium
Reserved Seat Tickets Now on Sale at:
" Boersma Travel " 3909 Taylor S. Quad.* Pretzel Bell
* Metzgers " 2551 Alice Lloyd * Schwaben Inn
. Old German " 407 Martha Cook " 108 Tappan Hall
$2.00 $1.50 $1.00
TICKETS WILL ALSO BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
Chartered University Bus in front of Union 6:30 P.M.

TONIGHT 7:15 P.M.

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man of the evening will be
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Not the biggest but defi-
nitely the finest selection
of Christmas Cards in
town. -
Overbeck Bookstore
1216 S. University
BIG SMOKE SALE
STARTS TOMORROW
WITH UNDAMAGED CLOTHING
AT UNBELIEVABLE PRICES !
Wild's store has been forced to suspend operation due
to a fire on November 16. Fortunately, the fire was con-
fined to the front of the store, and most of our large
stock of clothing was not touched by either heat or
water. However, because of the damage to the building,
we must immediately remove all merchandise to allow
remodeling.

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FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO.

Tiny sizes from 7 to tails 10's
to 2 0.
At left, rayon beghera makes this
stunning sheath with caraco
jacket at $29.95.

216 W. William Street

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Telephone NO 8-8014

Choose yours from our
group of beautiful Holi-
day Dresses of chiffon,
Brocades - velveteens -
lurets- taffeta- poi-de-
soi. In White, pastels, and
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We Have All Kinds of Glass-Mirrors and Furniture Tops.
We Have the Nationally Advertised Paints.
You Can Park Right in Front of Our Store.
WE HAVE BEEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 67 YEARS

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off South University

Priced from $22.95.

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5 100,000 stock from

Wild's

UNDAMAGED
our $70 SUITS

UNDAMAGED
$67.50 TOPCOATS

WILD EMPLOYEES TAKE OVER
INVENTORY FOR SPECIAL SALE

UNDAMAGED
$40 SPORT COATS

Normally, all of the undamaged clothing, in a situation
like this, would be shipped out of town for resale. But,
the Wild employees want to offer these bargains to their
customers and friends here in Ann Arbor, so a unique
arrangement has been worked out.
The Wild employees have purchased our stock, and
are going into business for themselves at 423 South
Fourth Avenue, for one gigantic sale.
Grand opening is set for 10 a.m., Monday, December 3,
and the sale will continue every day from 10 a.m. to 9
p.m. until the fellows are sold out.
This is the best chance you'll ever have to fill out your
wardrobe. There will be $45.00 sport coats for $25.00--
shoes formerly priced at $15.95 up will go for $5.95. Other
amazing bargains include top-brand shirts, suits, top-
coats, ski sweaters, jackets, scarves, gloves and just
about everything you can wear. Remember, most of these
items were not touched either by fire or water.

Tow $4

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Flannels, Tweeds,
Worsteds, etc.

Tweeds, Gabardines
and Fleeces.

Shetland, Tweed, etc.

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Were $3.95 to $8.95
3 for $10.00

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Dress Trousers
Values to $25.00,
From $1.99 - $15.95
Flannels, worsteds, and coverts

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SPORT SHIRTS
Values to $13.95
Now $2.99 to $8.99

SHOES
Values to $17.95
All $5.99

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ALL THE FOLLOWING DRASTICALLY REDUCED

WILD'S WILL BE BACK
WITH THE BEST SOON ...

# DUFFER COATS
* ANTI-FREEZE JACKETS
*. ALL OTHER JACKETS
" CAR COATS

e SWEATERS . * PAJAMAS .e TIES
e GLOVES * ROBES * BELTS
e SCARVES * SLIPPERS * JEWELRY
e HATS AND CAPS a SOCKS a SKI CAPS
t" A C I r i' A rrn'/ k t n r\/, -II A K I-r- A K i/, r 'rr-i s i r-'r

* TIE AND BELT SETS
0 Many Other Gift Items

This will be our last "For Men Only" column for awhile,
but we'll be back chatting about the right clothes again
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