THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JANUARY C 1957
THE MIcHIGAN DAILY STJNI~AY, JANUAILY 6,1957
oubling and Defeating Profitable
i Duplicate and Rubber Bridge
To Be Used
By EDGAR SIMON S
Daily Bridge Columnist
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ENDING TODAY 1
In duplicate bridge, as in rubber clarer trumped the rourth round
bridge, it is often more profitable of spades with the eight, north
to make' points by doubling and overtrumped withethe king and
defeating the opponents than by:
playing the hand.
In rubber bridge one will gladly'
collect 500 points in penalties even
on a hand which would otherwise
complete the rubber.
In duplicate, a vulnerable game
is worth 600 points or more, so
one must collect bigger penaltiesI
on a hand in which game can be
With both sides vulnerable southI
passed his partner's . penalty1
double fearing that his side might
well be missing- a 3 no trump;
To better the game score, de-
clarer would have to be beaten 31
tricks-for 800 points. Thus the
defense would have to hold declar-
er to four tricks.
North opened the eight of dia-
monds, south won and shifted to
the king of spades. Declarer won,j
cashed his high diamond, and led
a low trump to dummy's nine.
Leading the queen would have
saved the declarer, but he could
not see south's singleton jack.
South won and led spades. De-
GOTHIC FILM SOCIETY
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MONDAY, 8 P.M.,
Admission is by membership in
the Society. 31 memberships for
the six remaining films of the
1956-57 series are still avail-
able at $3.00 each. For fur- j
ther information call NOrman-
dy 3-1353 or NOrmandy 3-
returned a club.u The new Student Activities
King Loses Building, which will house cam-
The king of clubs lost to south's pus student organizations and the
ace. This gave the defense six of sD
the nine tricks they needed. Onej offices of the Dean of Men and
more would come in clubs and Dean of Women, will be ready for
one from the high trump in north's occupancy during the first week of
hand. The last trick also had to February.
come in trump. To plan for this occupancy, aI
South cashed the queen of clubs mass meeting of all groups using
and led a diamond. West trumped the building will be held at 7:00
with the ten and north over- p.m. Tuesday in the Union.
trumped with the ace. North then Representatives from the Stu-
led his last club. Declarer, having dent Activities Building Admini-
only trump left, won this in his'stration Committee will explain
hand. the moving-in period; hours of
Declarer now had to lead from use, which will approximate those
his queen-six of trump, and north of the Union and League; and the
won one more trick with his seven- rules for use of the building.
three. Thus the defense had been
careful to preserve an exit card Offices Provided
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WANTED TO RENT
WANT A ROOMMATE? Male graduate
student looking for an apartment;
STUDENTS DESIRE 4 room apartment
near campus. Phone NO 3-0521, Ext.j
253. ) L7
for north, lest at the end it would
have been north leading into de-
Evelyn M. Duvall, author and
lecturer on family life, will talk
about the problems of in-law re-
lations on this week's University
Broadcast at 10 a.m. today,
over WWJ-TV, the program is
sponsored by the University's
In a nationwide survey of fam-
ily organizations, Mrs. Duvall
found that the mother-in-law re-
lationship was considered the
most difficult with the sister-in-
law running a close second.
She also found that all in-law
troubles tend to mellow with age.
The complete results of her sur-
vey were recently published in
Hill Auditorium-Thurs., Jan. 10, 8:30
dringing to the Con
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ncert Stage excerpts from
The three story building plus
basement will contain offices for
the larger student organizations
plus a large hall on the second-
floor containing desks and files
for the smaller clubs. The deans'
offices and the business offices
for Student Government Council,
Inter - Fraternity Council, Inter-
House Council, Pan-Hellenic, and
Assembly will be located on the
There will also be a large work-
shop in the basement with a com-
plete layout of all possible con-
struction tools, including a drill
press, and paint sprayer. In this
area several planning rooms are
also included. These facilities may
be used by any campus organiza-
tion or project. Starting next fall,
the art print loan, formerly in the
Rackham Bldg., will also be housed
in the basement.
Meeting ,Rooms Available
The entire third floor will con-
sist of meeting rooms which may
be reserved by campus organiza-
tions, using th6 same procedure
used in the Union.
The Student Activities Build-
ing Administration Committee,
made up of a representative from
SGC, IFC, IHC, Pan-Hellenic, and
Assembly, plus three other mem-
bers chosen by petition from other
groups using the building, will re-
view the allocation of space every
year, making arrangements for
any new campus organizations;
enforce the building rules and ar-
range hours for use of the work-
The cost of the building will be
taken from yearly tuition pay-
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TYPEWRITER REPAIR service pick-
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A VARIETY of new patterns, tex-
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wide selection of beautiful rugs
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1955 PONTIAC Star Chief custom
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