Local Bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin
Salisbury Bridge is unique
“What’s different about your clubs?” visitors have asked. On reflection I can truly say that of all the clubs in the area we are a club of true friends. We not only play bridge together we support and care about each other in good times and bad. We know our downs and our joys. May it ever be so. Thanks to Dick Brisbin for filling in for me when I’m gone and for the willingness of the Winecoffs and Jeffers to act as directors in case of disputes. As a director I couldn’t ask for a kinder more supportive group of people.
Friday, Sept. 4 Evergreen game was an International Fund game with higher than normal points awarded. Winning those points were: N/S 1st and high overall Ron and Shirley Jeffers, 2nd and 3rd overall Dave and Anna Goff, 3rd and 4th overall Marie Pugh and Ruth Bowles. E/W 1st and 2nd overall Harold and Carol Winecoff, 2nd Chuck and Margaret Rimer, 3rd John and Myrnie McLaughlin. 5th overall playing N/S Craig Poplin and Loyd Hill.
Featured is board # 7 from that game. All vulnerable South dealer
NORTH: S Q 9 8 7 6 4
H Q 3
D A Q J 5
WEST: S 5 3 EAST: S K J 2
H J 9 8 5 H A K T 6 4
D 6 D 8 3 2
C K Q J T 5 4 C 6 3
SOUTH:S A T
H 7 2
D K T 9 7 4
C 9 8 7 2
The Goffs had the best N/S score bidding and making 4SN* while the best E/W score 3HE+2 was made by the Winecoffs.
Sept. 8 at the Women’s Club winners were: 1st Betty Bills and BettyBonner Steele, tied for 2nd /3rd Pat Macon and Judy Gealy with Marie Pugh and Loyd Hill, 4th Fern Albracht and Ron Jeffers.
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